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Wendy (Mannion) Serge
August 27, 1945 ~ October 20, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Wendy Serge, 78, of Honesdale, and formerly of Childs passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, October 20, 2023.
Wendy was born August 27, 1945, in Carbondale, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Elizabeth Zeleski Mannion. She was a graduate of Benjamin Franklin High School Class of 1963., and Mercedian School of Practical Nursing at St. Mary hospital. She was a nurse in the operating room at Mercy Hospital and later retired from Clarks Summit State Hospital. Wendy was a member of the Eynon American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She enjoyed happy hour, getting into mischief, and watching game shows with her best friend Dottie Richards.
She is survived by a daughter Jennifer Serge and spouse Kellie Shannon, Honesdale; two sons James “Cuda” Serge and wife Amanda, Vandling; and Anthony Serge and companion Susan Freno, Mayfield; two sisters Cheryl Vadela and husband Joseph, Mayfield; and Michele Czyczk and companion Fred Maddage, NY; grandchildren Joshua Shannon and wife Caitlin, Derrick Shannon, Gia Serge, Maria Serge, and Matthew Serge; 3 great grandchildren, Bennett, Emma, and Adelina; nieces and nephews.
Wendy was also preceded in death by a daughter Ann Serge, a son Michael Serge, and a brother Maurice Mannion.
The family would like to give a special thank you to Linda Walck for all her help in their time of need, and to the staff at Wayne Memorial Hospital, especially nurse Kristy Tirney and Dr. Melissa Taylor.
Funeral services are private, and cremation is entrusted to the Kevin M. Lesjack Funeral Home, 513 Main Street, Forest City.