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S. Jean (Lucik) Orlovsky
1942 ~ 2022 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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S. Jean Orlovsky 80, our treasured wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother passed from this life on December 4, 2022. Our beautiful soul loved her family more than anything and always was there when anyone needed her. She was predeceased by her parents, Michael & Ann (Hiza) Lucik. She is survived by her loving husband Robert; her daughters Mary (Michael) Angelino and Catherine (David) Pellicciotti; her beloved grandchildren: Jessica (Ben) Larson, David (Ciara Cable) Lord, Gina (Jim) Ross, Jamie (Zach) Youngs & Holly (Anthony Wells) DiFonzo; and her great grandchildren: Aiden, Connor, Jack, Paisley, Nathan, Katie, Madeline, Edelyn & Harlow, all of whom she loved so dearly. Also survived by her brother, Richard (Sam) Lucik, with whom she shared so many memories; her beloved brother-in-law & sister in-law, Donald & Marie Orlovsky; nephews Michael (Donna) Orlovsky and David (Siu) Orlovsky. She is also survived by her other grandchildren, John & Mitch Angelino, Corey & Henry Pellicciotti. And not least she is survived by her best friend, Pat Ross and family, with whom she savored so many great times laughing, playing cards and coffee on the deck. Jean worked for the State of New York Labor Dept and Binghamton University in the School of Education and Human Development. After retiring she joined the Ladies of Charity in the post of vice- president & president & she spent many hours volunteering. Her passion for nature showed in her beautiful gardens and flower beds. She belonged to the Sierra Club and Nature Conservancy. She loved to travel and was always ready for a road trip. She so enjoyed watching the birds come to her feeders. Her home was a welcome haven to anyone and if you were feeling a bit “peckish” her home cooking was beyond compare. A Funeral Mass will offered on Friday, December 9, 2022 at 10:00 AM at St. Vincent dePaul/Blessed Sacrament Church, 465 Clubhouse Rd., Vestal, NY 13850. The family will receive friends from 4:00-6:00 PM on Thursday at the Bednarsky Funeral Home, Inc., 96 Glenwood Ave., Binghamton, NY 13905. Memorial Contributions may be made to LADIES OF CHARITY, 331 Main Street, Binghamton NY 13905.
”Fly high and know that your birds will be always cared for”