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Jocelyn Wedge

Wedge, Jocelyn M, 65 of Coplay, formerly of Slatington died Sunday, May 5, 2019 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown. She was the wife of the late Ronald E. Wedge.
Born in Allentown, she was the daughter of the late Valent and Bernice (Hess) Wanamaker. Jocelyn was a graduate of Slatington High School.
Jocelyn worked as an associate in retail, she was a Notary Public and formerly the Coplay Pool manager. She was a former member of the Roosevelt Democratic Club, Danielsville, the Vigilant Fire Company, Slatington.
Survivors: Daughters Jennifer Romanishan of Easton, Brandy Wanamaker of Bath, Margaret wife of David Cabrera of Colorado Springs, Co, and Alice Wanamaker of Slatington. Grandchildren; Tylar Romanishan, Brandon Lloyd, Nathan Romanishan, Jonathan Cabrera, Nicholas Romanishan, Briana Cabrera, and Nevin Romanishan. Sisters; Diana Evert and Patti Smith. Brother; Kenneth Wanamaker. Dog; Maddie. Jocelyn was pre-deceased by her companion John Hockin, brother; Paul Wanamaker and sister; Mary Eck.
At the request of the family, there will be no services. Contributions: In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Harding Funeral Home.


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My condolences go out to you and yours.

Ken & Tammy Richard Jun 6 2019 12:00 AM

Jen, on behalf of all of us at Hi-Tech we are so deeply sorry for your loss.

May 10 2019 12:00 AM

Dear Family of Jocelyn M. Wedge, We are deeply sorry about the loss of Jocelyn. Were praying for your family during these hard times and would like to express our support while you grieve. With Love, Hi-Tech Health

May 10 2019 12:00 AM

To all siblings and families and friends of Jocelyn, I was so sorry to read of her passing. She was always a bubbly cheerful lady.  May she forever rest in peace as she joins all the others who left her too soon.  Susan Wanamaker and siblings.

Susan Wanamaker May 8 2019 12:00 AM