John Wyshinski

Obituary of John A. Wyshinski

John Anthony Wyshinski. He was born in Bridgeton, NJ on August 13, 1927 to John J. & Catherine M. Wyshinski. He graduated from Salem High School in 1945. He was married to Marie Mahoney in 1949. He served in the Navy during WWII and the Korean Conflict. John worked for DuPont as a draftsman, pressure value inspector, and a surveyor. While working at DuPont, John started Wyshinski Construction. He made decisions based on his growing family's needs; working 2 jobs most of his life. He also started Wyshinski Bus Service after his children were born knowing that he could work on buses at home and be with his children. Wyshinski Bus Service is still serving Salem County today. Wyshinski Builders and Wyshinski Construction continue the tradition as well. He retired early from DuPont in 1981 to expand the bus business. In 1995 he married his long time companion Ethel Green. John is survived by his wife Ethel, their children Anne Peregmon (Dave) of Morrisville, PA, His sons John (Julie), Paul (Rowe Jean), and Frank (Phyllis), Arvin Green (Wendy), Gary Green (Bonnie), and David Green, grandchildren John Jr. (Amanda), Jacob, Joshua, Jenna, Dominic, Randy, Madisyn, Frankie, and Daniel, Barbara (Charlie), Michael (Judy), Gary (Sabrina), Jeff (Britany), Brian (Lindsay), and Marci (Kyle), 11 great- grandchildren. John is also survived by his sister Helen Fahrner, her husband Carl, and nephews Jerry, John, and Jeff all of Maryland. Pop instilled great values in his children. He lived life with joy, respect, love and to work hard toward your dreams. He taught his children how to work hard and strive for excellence. He always carved out special family times boating on the Chesapeake Bay. He was proud of the fact he never had a savings account. He asked all of us "Did you have fun growing up?" In I Peter, Chapter 1, it talks about an inheritance that will never spoil or fade. He supported all of us in every aspect of our lives. He passed away peacefully at home with his family and Father Paul Harte at his side. Mass of Christian Burial will be held 12:30 PM on Wednesday June 15th at the Queen of the Apostles Church, Pennsville where friends may call Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Burial will be at the St. Joseph's Cemetery, Swedesboro, NJ. In lieu of follows, the family suggests donations be made to Salem County meals on wheels, 118 Walnut St. Salem, NJ 08079.
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