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In Memory

Theresa K. Elsesser (Koren) - Class Of 1948

Theresa K. Elsesser (Koren)

Our dear mother, Theresa Kathryn (Elsesser) Koren, sadly passed away on 12/29/22, at the age of 92. She was a wonderful caring mother who loved her family very deeply. Theresa was born in Philadelphia, PA on February 19th 1930. Her twin sister, Antoinette Elizabeth Babezki, predeceased her on January 6th, 2010. She is also predeceased by her brother, Henry (Hank) Elsesser, parents Theresa (Dauerbach) and Mathias Elsesser, and her loving husband of 42 years Benjamin Joseph Koren. Theresa resided in Philadelphia until moving to Trevose in 1946. She was a 1948 graduate of Bensalem H.S. Theresa married Ben in July 1953. She is survived by four children. Robert William Koren, wife Kathryn; James Thomas Koren, wife Susan; Theresa (Koren) Dutcher, husband Dave, and Ben Michael Koren. She was a loving grandmother to Heather, Robin, Lynne, Nicole, Michelle, Tom, David, Mary, Ashley, Amber, and a great grandmother to Nick, Briella, Emma, Logan, Owen, Sage and soon welcoming Shiloh.

A viewing will be held at L. A. DiGiacomo Funeral Home, 1055 Southampton Rd. Philadelphia, PA 19116, on Thursday January 5, 2023 from 9:30am to 11:00am, followed by a Words of Remembrance service at 11:00am. Burial at Resurrection Cemetery, 5201 Hulmeville Road, PA 19020

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Masonic Village Hospice, 98 Masonic Drive, Suite 101, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 or at MasonicVillageHospice.org

 
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01/02/23 04:13 PM #1    

Linda Matz (Cassel-Allen) (1965)

Your wonderful Mother was as beautiful when she was older as she was when she was a student at Bensalem!  God rest her soul and keep the memories in your heart of all the great times you had and the advice and love she gave to you.  With sincere sympathy, Linda Matz Cassel Allen

 


01/03/23 09:52 AM #2    

Eleanor K. Kuhns (Scheidegg) (1955)

My family also moved to Trevose in 1946; living across the street from the Elsesser family on Boston (then Birch) Avenue. I remember Theresa's mother welcoming our 2 small dogs and pet duck when they would cross the street to visit!  On occasion even the Route 84 bus would stop for them! I remember her Mother always tending to the large vegetable garden.  They were a great family, and wonderful neighbors.  

May God Bless her soul,   Eleanor Kuhns Scheidegg (class of 1955)


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