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Jean Tarquinio-Lepko

Jean Tarquinio-Lepko

Saturday, December 12th, 1936 - Sunday, March 22nd, 2020
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Jean Tarquinio-Lepko, 83, of Warrington, formerly of Hatfield, died Sunday, March 22, 2020 at Doylestown Hospital. She was the loving wife of the late Joseph John Lepko.

Born December 12, 1936 in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Divina Tarquinio.

Jean spent her 28 year career as Corporate Secretary for Kingsbury, Inc. in Philadelphia, retiring in 1999. After retiring from Kingsbury she was employed part-time as Tipstaff for the Montgomery County Courthouse for 15 years.

Surviving are her daughters Gina (Tom) Seklecki of Jamison, PA, Angela (Dominick) Bucciarelli of Parker, CO and Lydia (Fred) Apple of Lawrenceville, GA and granddaughter Elizabeth Lauren Apple. She was the sister of Rose Campiglio, Norma Prinzo and Frances DePaul. She is also survived by her late husband’s children Joseph D. Lepko (Paula) of Quakertown, and Mark D. Lepko of Chicago, IL; grandchildren, Matthew (Angela), Melinda (Rob), Rebecca, Chelsea, and Christopher; great grandchildren, Michael, Lewis, Thomas, Kaitlyn and Joseph.

She was preceded in death by her sisters Lydia D’Angelo, Mary DiBattista and daughter-in-law Maria Lepko.

Jean was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She loved her Phillies and Eagles and enjoyed cooking, reading a good novel, music, travel, Broadway musicals, reading her Philadelphia Inquirer every day and spending time with her family and friends. Jean will be remembered for her outgoing personality, strength, sweetness and authenticity. She was really funny too.

Interment will be private at the convenience of the family at Whitemarsh Memorial Park. A celebration of Jean's life will be held at a later date. Please continue to check the website for up-to-date information.

Memorial contributions can be made to University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center, 3535 Market Street, Suite 750, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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    Whitemarsh Memorial Park
    1169 Limekiln Pike
    HORSHAM, PA 19002
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    Interment will be private at the convenience of the family at Whitemarsh Memorial Park. A celebration of Jean's life will be held at a later date. Please continue to check the website for up-to-date information.


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Carol Thim

Posted at 01:35pm
Gina, Angela and Lydia,

I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a good friend and mentor to me. I learned so much from her while I worked at Kingsbury, including how to make meatballs and sauce/gravy. As I typed your names, I remember her naming a horse she from a night at the races at the Sons of Italy, GAL, using your initials. Lots of memories and good times. Again, so sorry for your loss. Jean will be missed.

Carol Thim

Lydia Apple

Posted at 12:36pm
No one loves you like your Mom. Mine had a way of making the best of situations with humor, kindness and an overall sense that all would work out. I remember after the birth of our daughter, she thanked me for making her a grandmother. On each of my birthdays I thanked her for having me. She encouraged me to always give things my all and to be kind. There’s an expression that I have heard and now understand: “When my eyes close for the last time, yours will open”. Mom, I see all of the love, sacrifices, concern, faith, help, support, Joy, laughter, tears, shared experiences, life events, wonder, confidence, fear, doubt, and all that made you human as well as my Angel. I will always love and miss you but with all you have given to me, the richness of your spirit is and always will be my strength. It makes me happy that you heard Jesus calling and are with Him now. Be happy, Mommy.

Andrea Verguldi

Posted at 03:18pm
Aunt Jean was an intelligent, kind woman with a great sense of humor. She loved her girls. Even though I haven’t seen her in a long time, I will always remember her.

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