In loving memory of

Evelyn Cackowski
March 13, 1933 - April 25, 2021

MONROE TOWNSHIP - EVELYN CACKOWSKI passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021, at Princeton Medical Center at Plainsboro. She was 88.

Born in Perth Amboy, she grew up there and lived in East Brunswick for 40 years before moving to Monroe in 1999.

Prior to retiring, Evelyn worked in Human Resources for Eastern Airlines for 10 years, which afforded her the luxury of traveling and attending 4 Super Bowls.

Evelyn was predeceased by her parents, John & Julia Korycinski; son, David King (2006); brothers, John and Tom Korycinski, and sisters, Julia Zdorowski, Virginia Prishvalko, Helen Cheke, Lorraine Shubach.

Surviving are her loving husband of 64 years, Alfred; sons, John of Delray Beach, FL, Alfred and his wife, Helen, of Metuchen, and Richard and his wife, JoAnn, of Cream Ridge; sisters, Frances Togneri of Hudson, FL, Clara Gombas of Oneonta, NY, Patricia Ragan of Carmichael, CA, Beverly Finger and her husband, Frank, of North Brunswick; grandchildren, Rachel Rey and her husband, Chris, David King and his wife, Amanda, Joshua King, Danielle Belmonte and her husband, Rich, Andrew Cackowski, Matthew Cackowski, Anna Cackowski, Arthur Burr, Paul Burr, Brian Cackowski and Michael Cackowski, and great-grandchildren, Stella Rey, Alice & Violet King and Olivia & Charlotte Belmonte.

Family and friends may visit on Thursday, April 29, 2021, from 5:00 - 7:00pm, at The BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL HOME, 454 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 9:45am, at the funeral home, with a 10:30am Mass of Christian Burial at Immaculate Conception Church, Spotswood. Entombment will follow at Holy Cross Burial Park, South Brunswick. For directions, please see our "Services" page.

Memorial contributions may be made to Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital Memorial & Honor Program 501 Saint Jude Place, Memphis, TN, 38105 (www.stjude.org).

Tributes

Maggie ( Margaret) wrote on May 1, 2021:

"My deepest sympathy to us all? miss you Evie! Love that laugh and the strength you gave me! "

Maggie ( Margaret) wrote on May 1, 2021:

"My deepest sympathy to us all? miss you Evie! Love that laugh and the strength you gave me! "

Robert Strazza wrote on Apr 30, 2021:

"We are all so sorry for your loss, our condolences to you and your entire family. With love, from the Strazza family."

Susan Sharp-Marino wrote on Apr 28, 2021:

"Rest in peace my beautiful godmother. I always looked forward to your cards, phone calls and oh-to- infrequent lunch dates. I will cherish the memories we shared. Love to Uncle Al, John, Alfred and Helen and Richard and Joann and their families. "

Ken Wantuch wrote on Apr 28, 2021:

"I remember my Aunt Ev as always being a happy woman. She was always full of life and adventure. She will be missed by everyone that knew her. When I was a teenager she and Uncle Al gave me a shot at babysitting. This was at a time when Richard and Alfred were still in their cribs. They had a practice of rocking back and forth on all fours, banging their heads against the crib headboard and laughing about it. This panicked me, but quite obviously did them no harm. I remember that Aunt Ev loved to dance too, and I remember the stunning picture of her in her wedding gown. Aunt Ev will be missed."

Donna Fidel wrote on Apr 28, 2021:

"Dear Rich , Joanne and family Deepest sympathies for the loss of your mother. Your are in our thoughts and prayers. May you somehow find comfort with family and friends surrounding you at this trying time. All our love ?? ? Donna, Bobby, Paula, Jessica and families "

Angelo G. Agnone wrote on Apr 27, 2021:

"Danielle, your grandmother will be missed by all."

David King wrote on Apr 27, 2021:

"My favorite memories of Grandma were during the summers we used to spend at her house in East Brunswick as children. I remember having mini eggos and fruit breakfasts in the den and watching tv. I really loved that little table with the 4 cushion seats that tucked under it. She always stocked the pantry at the top of the stairs going down in to the basement with all of our favorite snacks to have whenever we wanted. I loved playing basketball in the backyard. It was such a loving and warm homely environment and those feelings will stay with me forever. I love you Grandma Evie! -David Aaron"

David King wrote on Apr 27, 2021:

"My favorite memories of Grandma were during the summers we used to spend at her house in East Brunswick as children. I remember having mini eggos and fruit breakfasts in the den and watching tv. I really loved that little table with the 4 cushion seats that tucked under it. She always stocked the pantry at the top of the stairs going down in to the basement with all of our favorite snacks to have whenever we wanted. I loved playing basketball in the backyard. It was such a loving and warm homely environment and those feelings will stay with me forever. I love you Grandma Evie! -David Aaron"

David King wrote on Apr 27, 2021:

"My favorite memories of Grandma were during the summers we used to spend at her house in East Brunswick as children. I remember having mini eggos and fruit breakfasts in the den and watching tv. I really loved that little table with the 4 cushion seats that tucked under it. She always stocked the pantry at the top of the stairs going down in to the basement with all of our favorite snacks to have whenever we wanted. I loved playing basketball in the backyard. It was such a loving and warm homely environment and those feelings will stay with me forever. I love you Grandma Evie! -David Aaron"

David King wrote on Apr 27, 2021:

"My favorite memories of Grandma were during the summers we used to spend at her house in East Brunswick as children. I remember having mini eggos and fruit breakfasts in the den and watching tv. I really loved that little table with the 4 cushion seats that tucked under it. She always stocked the pantry at the top of the stairs going down in to the basement with all of our favorite snacks to have whenever we wanted. I loved playing basketball in the backyard. It was such a loving and warm homely environment and those feelings will stay with me forever. I love you Grandma Evie! -David Aaron"