John F. Treco, 80, of Taylor, formally of Indian Rocks, Lake Wallenpaupack died Friday evening at Scranton Health Care Center. He is survived by his devoted, loving wife of 30 years, Marion Hopper Treco.
Born August 29, 1939 in Yonkers, NY, he was the son of the late Melbourne and Alice Flannery Treco. He was a die hard, dedicated worker his whole life until the age of 79, and was a sales representative for Components and Controls, Carlstadt, NJ for 35 years which served the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. John had a heart of gold and was a wonderful, giving husband, father, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa. John put love into everything he did for his family. He enjoyed pontoon boating on Lake Wallenpaupack, a good game of billiards and cards with the guys every week. He loved his cocker spaniel “Gracie”. He was a former member Knights of Columbus, Council 6336, Old Bridge, NJ
Also surviving a son, Brian Treco(Kelly), Shepton, PA, a daughter, Theresa “Terri” McGowan(Frank), Monroe, NJ; a brother, Robert “Bob” Treco(Jean), Yonkers, NY; sisters-in-law, Jean Treco, Yorktown Heights, NY, Helen Treco, Hemet, CA, Karen Treco and Margie Treco, both of Florida; a brother-in-law, Frank Hopper(Mary Ellen), Pinehurst, NC; Grandchildren, Matthew and Andrew Pilecki, Samantha Carter(Joe Rains) and Robert(Rosa) Carter; Great-Grandchildren, Phoebe and Ashton Rains, Briana, Brian, Brandon, Anabelle and Casey a niece, Mary Ellen Hopper and a nephew, Robert Hopper, and many additional nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his former wife, Rita Wuestenhoefer Treco; a daughter, Christine Treco; sister, Joan McDermott; brothers, William, Melbourne, Raymond and Carroll Treco.
Calling hours and a blessing service by the Rev. Francis L. Pauselli, will be privately held from the Semian Funeral Home, 704 Union St. Taylor..
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Memorial contributions may be made to Dessin Animal Shelter, 138 Miller Dr., Honesdale, PA 18431
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