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Michael Andrejco

Obituary ~ Michael G. Andrejco Michael Was born in Philadelphia and was a lifetime Trenton residence who helped build this families dream home in Trenton along with his father, mother two brothers and two sisters. He was a proud graduate of Trenton Catholic who also served honorably in the Korean War only to return home to Trenton where he met is beautiful wife June and started a family in the house he and his father created. Michael was a proud American and faithfully served 32 years in the Sheet Metal Union where he specialized in copper roof installs. Retiring in 1992 Mike enjoyed a long retirement, enjoying being a snowbird traveling to and from Florida for many years. Making friends and loved ones everywhere he stopped. Michael never stopped tinkering, he loved to solve problems and be in the mix of any construction project he could sneak onto over the years. I man with endless love, faith and tolerance to all he met. Surviving his Father Michael and Mary Bachik Andrejco, brother to the late Martin Andrejco and children Yevette Cummings, Alice Rzeczkowski and Allison Oaklowitz. Survived by his loving wife June (Penny), married June 6, 1966. Bother Mathew and Bernadette of Clinton, NJ, his sister Andrejco Mary Ann Andrejco with Nathan Smith residing in Massachusetts and his youngest sister Madeline Lakin and husband James D. Lakin of Richmond, Va. Also Survived by his loving children Michael J. Andrejco and his two sons Michael and Matthew. Danny M. Andrejco and his brother DeForest JM Andrejco who has two sons with his loving wife Amy, Benjamin and Colin. Isha, Daughter of the late Yevette Cumming who married Colton Clary. Kevin, married to Theresa, Jennifer and Shawn married to Christina all children of the late Alice Rzeckowski. Along with all above Mike and Penny took in foster children throughout their lives, children enriched them and they enjoyed the laughter they shared with everyone over the years. Lastly, Michael was gifted with many nieces and nephews continuing the joy they began in the year 1966 with a kiss. Funeral Mass will be celebrated this Friday 11:00am on the 21st day of August at St. Mary's of the Assumption Byzantine Catholic Church Trenton, NJ located on the corner of Grand and Malone Streets. Relatives and friends may call 10:00am until services start at 11:00am. Interment in Saint Mary's Byzantine Cemetery will be private. Memorial contributions to be made to: https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/donate Wounded Warriors Project P.o. Box 758516 Topeka, Kanas 66675-8516