Sharon Gedicke

Sharon L. Gedicke (Davis)

Thursday June 3, 1948 - Saturday May 16, 2020
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Gedicke, Sharon L. 71, of Absecon, passed away May 16, 2020. Born in Somerset, NJ, she’s lived in Absecon for 51 years. Sharon was a directory assistance operator with New Jersey Bell for 32 years, retiring in 1999. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America and was a steward for Local #1012 CWA. She was also a member of the Absecon Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary. In her free time she loved doing crafts and shopping. She was known as everyone’s Grammy. She especially loved spending time with her family and also loved her dog, Chase.

She is predeceased by her first husband, Albert T. (Zinger) Zeising; her granddaughter, Victoria Parker; and her sister, Mae Hoyt. She is survived by her second husband, Dennis T. Gedicke; her children, Albert Zeising, Kimberly Parker (Bob) and Jeffrey Zeising (Marge); her step-daughter, Jennifer Gedicke; her grandchildren, Zachery Zeising and Kiki Parker and Lexi.

Mrs. Gedicke will be buried privately with her family present due to current restrictions with public gatherings. There will be a memorial service announced in the future. Memorial contributions may be made to Funny Farm Rescue, 6908 Railroad Blvd., Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Parsels Funeral Home, Absecon is handling arrangements. For online condolences, please visit
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    Laurel Memorial Park
    English Creek Avenue at Tilton Road
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Aunt RoseAnne

Posted at 03:45pm

Dearest "Little" Al, Kim and Bob and Kiki, Jeff and Marge and Zack, and Dennis,
This is Aunt RoseAnne and Uncle Brian down here in Florida.
We hold each of you in GOD's Light with prayer and loving memories.
I was about 16 years old when Aunt Sharon appeared in my life when she and Uncle Albert Z. met and married.
I lived in Gettysburg, PA at the time. I had already moved to my new life in Florida by the time "Little Al" arrived.
While I did not get to see you all regularly, Aunt Sharon sent me some baby pics and kept in touch.
Over all these past 50 years it has always on my list of most see stops whenever traveling back home to Atlantic City.
I watched each of you grow up, even from a distance. My brother, Uncle Tony, was around you all far more and it was always a joyous time getting the family together...even for brief periods of time. You kids all loved Tony, and Tony and I loved you all. Touch football in the front yard, White House subs, Aunt Sharon's awesome lasagna...all cherished times.
We were all so busy with our marriages, homes, children and work, that made those reunions so memorable.
After Uncle Al's passing and you kids growing up and starting your own lives and families, we still saw each other when it was possible. We welcomed Dennis into the craziness of our family and life rolled on in new dimensions.
Loss of loved ones has always been difficult to bare. Most times it has been the natural progression of our elders first, and tragically it has also been our younger loved ones, Uncle Tony and recently sweet Tori. In this unforgiving time of Global Pandemic COVID-19, our losses have been exceptionally ruthless and cruel without the necessary closure for family and friends. There can be no self-blame, only the courage to know our souls are all bonded on this Earth and in the endless energy of life. I truly want each of you to know in your hearts that you are loved, and your beloved Mother and Grandmother lives on in your minds and hearts as do the lessons we have learned from all our family who preceded us. For a time we grieve, but with time we learn to live on to our fullest for those both past and present.
With Blessings, Light, Love, Healing and Peace,
Aunt RoseAnne and Brian Tomporowski

MaryLee Jensen

Posted at 09:11am
Sending our sincere sympathy to Albert, Kim , Jeffrey and Dennis. Sharon and I were friends since high school, worked together at the Bell and had our first children on the same day in Shore Memorial. Our families had good times together and we both enjoyed going shopping and doing crafts. Rest in peace Sharon
Sincerely, MaryLee and Don Jensen

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