In loving memory of

Rachel B. Giorgi
December 5, 1934 - November 19, 2021

Rachel B. Giorgi (nee Viola), on November 19, 2021. Formerly of Glassboro, Pennsauken, and West Deptford. Age 86.

Beloved wife of the late Joseph, Sr. Devoted mother of Rosemarie Wernig (Donald), Joseph, Jr. (Laurie), Gino (Teresa), Christopher (Patricia), and the late Laura Jean Coates (Edward). Dear sister of Vera, Angelina, and Joseph. Loving grandmother and great-grandmother. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Rachel was a wonderful cook and loved to feed everyone from her family to the children at Pennsauken schools, friends, and neighbors. Later in life she worked at Shoprite of West Deptford for 20 years. She enjoyed sharing her recipes and cooking tips with her customers.

There will be a visitation from 10 to 11 am at St. Bridget University Parish, 125 Church Street, Glassboro, NJ 08028.

Funeral Mass 11 am in the church.

Entombment New St. Mary's Mausoleum, Bellmawr.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Rachel's memory to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 www.stjude.org.

Tributes

Caroline Mustac wrote on Nov 26, 2021:

" Our deepest sympathy to Gino & Terri and Gino's family."

Teresa Verchio Giorgi wrote on Nov 25, 2021:

"I know you were my mother in law but I felt we had a connection and an understanding. I pray you are now making a fiest for the King and his kingdom. Rest now Rachel. Love Teresa ? ? "

joanne Shaw wrote on Nov 25, 2021:

"MAY GOD HOLD EACH OF YOU IN HIS ARMS AS HE HAS DONE FOR SO LONG RACHEL WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR HER SWEET, KIND, GENEROUS AND LOVING WAYS(PSALM 37;10&11)"

Cchristian415@gmail.com wrote on Nov 25, 2021:

"I was Rachel's neighbor, across the street in Pennsauken. When I first moved in, she took the time to make me feel welcome in the neighborhood. Chris became part of our family, going on family outings as often as possible. She did a fine job raising her children, they were very polite."

Mary1941g@gmail.com wrote on Nov 23, 2021:

"Sorry for your loss Gino. I will always remember your mom for teaching me and Terri how to make kruschicki. It was a cookie my mom made every Christmas. Love ? "