Joseph L. Ferdman

Date of Death: 
December 11th, 2017

Joseph L. Ferdman, age 86 on Dec. 11, 2017. Beloved husband of 53 years to Carol A. (Nee Kean). Dear father of Pamela Patchak and her husband Michael, Joseph W. and his wife Lizette, and Christopher Ferdman. Joe was Pops to 9 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, and provider of SenSen to many. He is also survived by his 2 sisters, Ruth Goodman and Dolores Fink. Relatives and Friends are invited to call Friday morning from 9 -11am Galzerano Funeral Home 9304 old Bustleton Ave. Phila PA 19115. Funeral Services will be held at Maternity B.V.M Church 11:30 am 9220 Old Bustleton Ave. Phila. PA. 19115. Interment will follow at the Resurrection Cemetery Bensalem PA 19020. In lieu of flowers family prefers donations to the American Cancer Society or Maternity B.V.M Church

Memories and Condolences

Carol, with Joe's 1 year anniversary of his death coming up December 11, especially during upcoming Holidays please know I'll be praying for peace in your heart during this very difficult period. Love you very much, Roger
Only met him once but seemed like s great dad. So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all of you. Karen
Carole, our deepest sympathy in the loss of Joe. It was our pleasure to have know him. Our love to all. The Bray Family
I am very sorry for your loss Carol. Joe seemed like such a sweet guy just from the few times I have met him. God definitely gained another Angel
Pam and Mike and Family...sending hugs and prayers to you and the family! We are all thinking about you and hope the memories of your dad and father in law and grandfather will surround you with love and warmth as you walk through this journey! xo Rob, Rhonda Kathleen, Ryan and John
Just want to send my deepest condolences to all of you for the loss of your father, grandfather, brother and spouse. He is at peace now and will always be looking down on all of you. Heaven sure did gain another angel!!
Joe, I am so sorry about your loss. No matter how old we are we still need our parents. The truth is the pain will never go away, it does get easier, but never goes away. You are going to have good days and bad days. Even a year from now, something will strike you and you will laugh, or you will think of something and cry. Thinking of you and your family! Eileen
Carole and Family, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of Joey. Growing up the Nagel and Ferdman families were always together for the holidays. It has been a long while since we have been together but you are in our hearts. May the joy of your family give you peace at this time. Sandie and Fred

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