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Thelma Hope Jezyk

March 28, 1933 - December 19, 2020

Thelma Hope Jezyk, age 87, of Landenberg, PA, passed on Saturday, December 19, 2020 while surrounded by her loving family.

Born on March 28, 1933, in Philadelphia, PA, she was a daughter of the late Thomas C. and Violet (Milnes) Gray. Thelma graduated from Newark High School in 1951 and attended Shelton College. In November of 1959, she married the love of her life, Albert L. Jezyk, and they raised 2 children together. Thelma worked for the University of Delaware and Edlon. Her greatest love, aside from her family, was music. Thelma was a devoted member of Calvary Baptist Church and New London United Methodist Church, both where she joyfully shared her musical talent as an organist. She was strong in her faith and the matriarch of her family. Thelma’s family was of the utmost importance to her. She will always be remembered for her willingness and dedication to taking care of her family members.

In addition to her parents, Thelma was preceded in death by her siblings, Tom Gray, Emma Lou Gray, Nancy Slutter, Georgianna Mackay, and Steve Gray. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Albert L. Jezyk, Sr.; children, Albert L. Jezyk, Jr. and Laura J. Geiman (James); siblings, David Gray, Norma Welch, Violet Wetzel, and Sharon Knudsen; and grandchildren, Ian, Neal, and Lindzy; and many nieces and nephews.

Family and friends are invited to attend a drive-thru visitation on Saturday, December 26, 2020, from 10 am until 12 pm outside of New London United Methodist Church, 1010 State Road, Lincoln University, PA 19352, in compliance with the COVID-19 regulations. A service will follow at 12:30 pm inside of New London United Methodist Church. Masks will be required for all in attendance. A private interment will be held at Kemblesville United Methodist Church Cemetery, 1772 New London Road, Kemblesville, PA.

Donations may be made in Thelma’s memory to New London United Methodist Church, PO Box 8050, West Grove, PA 19390.

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  • Thelma was a wonderful person, sharing her talents as organist at Calvary Baptist for many years.

  • God bless Thelma in her heavenly transition and comfort Al and family with peace in faith and endless Love.
    They must have need your sweet soprano voice in their angelic choir.
    Love, your sister from church,
    Linda and family

  • I was so saddened to read of Thelma’s passing. She was such a wonderful lady! Always smiling and so willing to help. My sympathy to her family.

  • I was so fortunate to call Thelma Jezyk my aunt. She had many gifts, and she shared them, always, with our large extended family. Aunt Thelma was a rock, upon which we all leaned in large and small ways. I have so many fond memories of gatherings held at her beautiful home, and she was always there smiling, playing the piano or organ, and talking to each of us with genuine interest about our lives, making us feel loved and welcomed. She gave so much of herself during her life. I will miss her greatly and will always feel thankful for her.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  • Dear Albert, Abbie and Laura,
    Our hearts ache for all of you. Thelma was a beautiful person both inside and out. It was wonderful to have her as our friend.
    Love,
    Ruth and Ed

  • Sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. Jack Agnew.

  • Very sorry to learn of Thelma’s passing.
    Al, you add 61 years of a great marriage to a most wonderful woman.
    My sympathy and prayers to you and your family.
    May Thelma rest in peace.
    Larry

  • So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with your family at this time.
    Harry & Sherry

  • We’re so sorry to hear of Thelma’s passing , our hearts hope that God gives you, her family , His peace as you walk through this time. Thelma was a Godly Woman, a cousin, who I looked up to while growing up and as an adult . Her talents will always be remembered with love.

  • We are all thinking of you Albert, Albby & Laura during this Christmas season. So very sorry for Thelma passing.
    Our prayers & love go out to you. We will miss her smile on our next visit.
    Andy & Irene

  • Our thoughts are with you during this sad time. Sending love and hugs from our family to yours.

  • Al and family so sorry for your loss. Thelma was a good neighbor. Always had a smile on her face. Dennis and I are sending you a big hug.