John "Gismo" C. Krecko
October 26, 1929 - December 16, 2021
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Cavanagh Family Funeral Home
301 Chester PIke
Norwood, PA 19074
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Thursday 12/23, 8:00 am - 10:00 am
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SS Peter and Paul Cemetery
1600 Sproul Rd
Springfield, PA 19064
Thursday 12/23, 12:00 pm
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Church of St. Gabriel
233 Mohawk Ave.
Norwood, PA 19074
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Thursday 12/23, 10:30 am

John C. Krecko, Loving Husband, Grandfather and Friend. John C. Krecko (A.K.A. “Gismo”), 92, of Norwood died suddenly Thursday, December 16, 2021. Born in Philadelphia, PA he was the son of the late John and Bertha (Baum) Krecko, and husband of the beloved late Eleanor (Carlin) Krecko. John was a proud veteran of the Korean…

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Joe Maleno left a message on December 23, 2021:
I really enjoyed the time I got to spend with John. He was always so warm and friendly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all today.
Dawn Kane left a message on December 22, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember meeting "Pop" at a new year's eve gathering two years ago. I remember his warmth, laughter, and dancing. Clearly he was a very special man. I know he will live on in the hearts of those he left behind. May he Rest In Peace.
Joanne Costello left a message on December 22, 2021:
Johnny was my Uncle, brother to my dad Joseph Krecko and what a legend he was. He was such a compassionate person who took care of everyone, aunt eleanor and took care of all of his grandchildren. He had a soft spot in his heart for my daughter Kerri, always would ask how is my girl doing. When we would go to the Philliea games he would always go above and beyond to take care of us, would get my daughter chickie and Pete's fries and for the world series parade we had the best seats my daughter being in a wheelchair, gave us the beat handicapped seating. I remember for his 80th birthday he let all of my family try on the world series ring he got. Uncle Johnny lived his life to the fullest and was doing karaoke still at his 90th birthday. Like my son Kenny said he was a beast and my son Joey said he was a Legend. Uncle Johnny u will be missed so much. You're up in heaven now with my dad and your family, your brother Charlie and I know I'll see you again one day. He always called me Jo, so bye for now from Jo, Ken, Kerri, Kenny Joey and the family, until we meet again.
Kimberly Wattman left a message on December 22, 2021:
So sorry for the loss of such an amazing man. Your brothers Joe and Charlie are taking care of you in heaven. RIP Uncle Johnny, until we meet again.
Danny left a message on December 21, 2021:
To all who had the opportunity to cross paths with my Uncle Johnny-I share a few events we experienced together the sixties. John and my aunt Eleanor worked for the Federal govt, they included invited me to their Summer [email protected] Hersey park, JULY 21, 1969. Someone brought a small black and white TV, it was placed up in wooden rafters. What took place that day. USA landed on the MOON. Pretty neat we watched together! Johnny, liked WWII movies-he took me along to see the a classic staring Frank Sinatra-Von Ryans Exprees @ Tower Theater Upper Darby 69St. Still on of my favorites. NY Worlds Fair 1964, Yes I was in attendance, thanks to Uncle john Queens NY. What a time! Philly Penns Landing, sometime in the mid sixties we waited for seemed like hours board then tour the hospital ship hope. Fun outing. Thanks for taking time to read By the way- Uncle John told me he got the nickname gismo in the service. Johnny Thanks for including Love Ya gismo
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