Faith A Labenski

(Dec 4, 1960 to Nov 20, 2012)

Faith was the type of person who came in when the rest of the world had gone out. Like a bridge over troubled water, she was there when you needed her. Regardless of who you were, she was always fast to open her heart and her home when hardship struck. But her kindness was never to be confused with weakness. When it came to her daughter and granddaughter she always was protective. And even up until the end she had the strength to remain the backbone of her family. rn Faith is survived by her husband Robert of Delanco and her daughter Candice Labenski (Louis Berger IV) and granddaughter Lillian Berger, all of Delanco. She is the sister of Wendy Casper of Edgewater Park, Wayne Boyte, Jr. of Beverly and Duane Estelow of Pennsylvania.rn Faith’s 51 wonderful years (Dec. 4, 1960 – Nov. 20, 2012) were celebrated privately by her family.rn

10 thoughts on “Faith A Labenski

  1. Kathleen Craythorn

    I went all through school with Faith. I will always remember walking her home and then asking if she could come back out to play. Beverly days will never be forgotten. To her family please try to remember (Life has Changed but not Ended)My thoughts and Prayers are with Faith and her family. GOD BLESS

  2. Andrea Lipsack Bernotas

    I am so sorry to hear of Faith?s passing. Faith and I went to high school together and I have many wonderful memories of the good times we had shared. Faith had a wonderful personality and a beautiful smile. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  3. Bill & Karen Dillenbeck

    Faith: Can’t stop thinkig about you. You touched our lives and probably never realized how much. We looked forward to seeing you every day when we walked the dogs. Otto, Maggie and Ozzy will surely miss you and the love and attention you gave them almost daily when we passed your house. You always seemed to be there for everybody and everyone knew it. You loved your family and it showed. God just received a great lady up there. As they say; “Only the good die young”. May God bless the loved ones you left behind.nYou will be in our memories forever,nKaren, Bill, Maggie, Otto and Ozzynand Michael and Jennifer Salvado

  4. Bruce Stranahan

    Faith was a great person. I had the pleasure of working with her at Holly Hills School.She was always happy.Every Mon during football season she would talk about how her Bears were doing. Faith you will be missed.

  5. sandra j rodriguez

    Bob and Family I’m sorry for your loss.I will never forget the good times we had at quickie mops and when your little girl was born. I will miss her very much. Take care and god bless.

  6. cindy jobes

    we miss you very much. you always told me to get back to work and stop talking. you always listen to music and laughed when we danced. you will be miss always , look down on us and send some rainbows to us

  7. Lorraine

    I knew Faith and Bob from working at Quickie in the 80’s. I attended their wedding, was working with Fay while she was pregnant. Oh how very sad I am to read of her passing. She was a great person! A great Mom. Very proud of her family. rnMy name then was Lorraine Walsh. I have divorced and moved to Florida. rnBob, I am so very sorry for your loss. And Candy, even though you don’t know me, I held you as a little baby. I am so sorry honey! You are all in my prayers.rnLove, Lorraine

  8. Diane Keck

    The day that I met Faith, she won me over with her warm smile and love for kids. She was a hard worker and would do anything for her customers and coworkers. As we became friends, when we had a bad day she would say “Don’t worry we’ll get this done” and I would reply with “I know because I have Faith”. Even through her illness when I visited her she would be concerned about other coworkers that were ill. She said “Say hi to everyone and tell them that I’m fine”.I miss her sense of humor, happy go lucky attitude and crazy text messages and jokes. I have a void in my life without her but will always hold her hugs and bravery close to my heart.

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