Wendy Belvick

Wendy Belvick

Some of the happiest times for Wendy were when her sons were young.  She found the “Play Group” on line and formed great friendships.  The group would email a destination to meet and they would all arrive set to have fun.  She and her late husband Steve bought a big Victorian house in Swedesboro.  It was perfect for holiday family get togethers.  Steve cooked and Wendy hosted with enough seating for all in the large dining room.  Her latest job was with the Court System working part time in West Deptford, East Greenwich and Gibbstown.  But the best job was with Godwin Pumps.  It was there that she and Steve met and shortly after married.  Their union was blessed with two sons Nicholas and Christopher.  Wendy is also survived by her mother, Judy Kondas  a brother, Richard Smith, and step mother Donna Smith.  She was predeceased by her husband Stephen and father Robert Smith and one thing was for sure Wendy was always “Her Dad’s Little Girl “ their bond lasted until the end. 

Come celebrate 52 friendly years Saturday, February 8 from 10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where the Service will be at 11:30 a.m.

Donations to her sons in lieu of flowers will be appreciated. 


  1. Kathi Biddick says:

    Although this announcement doesn’t mention anyone missing Wendy or how she was loved by family, I will surely miss her smile, her laugh and her generosity. She was a true friend and all she really wanted was to be loved by her family.
    Rest In Peace Wendy. I loved you.

  2. janice says:

    What a beautiful obituary, such good memories of her. My prayers are with you Judy and you family at this time. Stay strong she is at peace now.

  3. Hala shaieb says:

    You will be missed my sister, my friend. I can not believe that you are traveling to heaven before I got a chance to see you again. May you rest in peace. May God help your children, your mother, family members and your friends get over the empty place that you left in our hearts. You will always be remembered and loved by all of us Wendy. Until we meet again our angel. Thank you for being a part of my life. Love Hala your Egyptain sister.

  4. Brenda Fama says:

    I worked with Wendy and she loved her family and talked aboit how much she loved her sons. I will surely miss her wonderful hugs and her beatiful smile. Rest in peace Wendy. I truly cherished our friendship. Love Brenda

  5. Kathie Jorgensen says:

    She always had such a beautiful smile. I have many fond memories shared with Wendy. I still can’t believe she is gone. My heart breaks for her boys and her mom Judy. My thoughts and prayers for all who are missing you and love you.

    • Shirley Herbert says:

      Wendy I will miss seeing you at the Gloucester County Municipal Court Administrator meetings, it was always fun to sit and talk and catch up. Rest in peace Wendy, my prayers are for your sons and your family for peace and comfort. You will be truly missed.

  6. Luis Viveros says:

    Wendy i will always cherish the moments we had at the Cherry hill towers pool you were a great human being rest in peace

  7. Judge Paul Sonstein says:

    Your life will be as a blessing for your children

  8. Kelly Conroy says:

    I am deeply saddened to learn of Wendy’s passing. I have worked with Wendy in West Deptford and she was always so kind and cheerful; always asking about my family. My thoughts and prayers go out to her sons. Rest In Peace Wendy.

  9. Ginger Firth says:

    Rest In Peace Wendy! I hope you are dancing with Steve to all your favorite tunes . Heaven gained a very special and beautiful Angel!
    Your bright , beautiful, infectious smile and heart of gold will be missed by everyone that knew you. May the Lord bless your boys and your mother and wrap his loving arms of comfort and peace around them. Miss you Wendy! ❤️🌹♥️🌻💕

  10. Carmella Reiman says:

    What a beautiful celebration attended by Wendy’s FAMILY and FRIENDS who truly LOVED her. RIP LYLAS always

  11. Ami Feller says:

    Judy, I just came across a post mentioning Wendy’s passing. I haven’t seen you, Wendy, Rick (Alex) cat Tiffany since all our days on Echelon Road. I cat /house sat for your family and lived two doors away on the block. I always loved Wendy’s girliness and the beautiful purple/pink lipsticks she wore. What a beautiful girl with a radiating smile!

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