Andrew J. Egan, age 83, passed away on December 21, 2020, two days before his beloved wife, Maureen J. Egan. Loving father of Maureen (Jim) Trucksess, Colleen Egan, Eileen (Kevin) Lamb, Christine Saunders, Kathleen (Bill) McGinn, Jacqueline Egan, and John (Patience) Egan. Loving grandfather of Siobhan (Bob) McGee, Rebecca (Doug) Haughey, Brett (Cat) Trucksess, Kara (Randel) Davis, Kasey Saunders, Michael Saunders, Liam Saunders, Kevin Lamb, Brendan Lamb, Joseph Kane, Morgan Kane, Madison McGinn, William McGinn, Leighton Egan, Landry Egan and great-grandmother of Declan, Alena, Joseph, Ian, Emmett, Colette, Steven, Bella, Michael, Blake, Ariyana, and Cade. Loving brother of Annemarie (Carl) Peranteau and Ruth Sweeney.
Jack was preceded in death by his parents Andrew B. Egan and Ruth (nee Llewelyn) Egan McGarvey, Dan McGarvey, brother Richard Egan, brother-in-law Joe Sweeney and son-in-law Michael Saunders
Maureen and Andrew "Jack" were a teenage love story. "My Dad always said my Mom was the most beautiful girl in school", and she was. So as God graciously allowed, my Dad was waiting to welcome his bride into heaven arriving two days before her.
Prior to his career at PGW, Jack was a member of the United States Army. After 40 years at the Philadelphia Gas Works and Maureen raising the family, Jack retired to spend time with Maureen doing the things they loved. They loved to travel. Discovering their roots in Ireland was one of their greatest highlights. Every summer you would find them down the shore in Sea Isle City spending time with their children and grandchildren. They rarely missed an opportunity to spend time with old friends from West Catholic at Burrs at the Beach each summer. They enjoyed the warm weather and spent their winters in Fort Myers, Florida. What meant the most to them was celebrating special occasions, sporting events, school functions and all family get-togethers.
Relatives and friends are invited to both Maureen and Andrew's Funeral Mass 11:00 A.M. on Monday, January 11, 2021 at Holy Cr Funeral Mass will be livestreamed oss Church, Springfield Road, Springfield, PA 19064 where friends may call 9:30-10:45 A.M at the Church. Interment is private. as well. A link will be posted at 10:50 A.M. on Monday, January 11th. https://www.facebook.com/Loganfuneralhomes/videos/671556176874047
The family is so grateful to the dedicated and loving staff at Ware Presbyterian for the care they provided over the past two years. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Ware Presbyterian Village in their name, 7 E. Locust Street Oxford, PA 19363.
Due the current Pandemic masks and social distancing will be required.
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