ForeverMissed
Beloved wife of the late Frederick G. Buck Sr. Mother of Melissa Ann Czechowicz (Joseph Czechowicz) & Frederick G. Buck Jr. (Ruth E. Knoebel). Loving Grandmother of Joey, Nikki, Andrew, Marissa & Gabrielle.Aunt to Tommy, Merrilee, Carolee, Leslie, & Julie.Great Aunt of numerous nephews & nieces.

Audrey was born on August 18, 1942, and grew up in Ewing, NJ.She was the beloved daughter of the late Bill & Gladys Everson.She graduated from Ewing High School Class of 1960, and raised a loving family in SouthWest Philadelphia.She later graduated from Community College of Philadelphia in 1984.

She worked for over 20 years as a senior administrator at University of Pennsylvania.After her retirement she resided in Sewell, NJ.She was an active member of St James of Kingsessing Church in Philadelphia, and later a member at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Pitman, NJ.She had a life long love of gardening, cooking, & traveling.She was deeply loved by all of her family and friends.

Visitation Friday, August 13, 2021 at Toppitzer Funeral Home, located at 2900 State Rd, Drexel Hill, PA 19026 on the grounds of Arlington Cemetery from 10-11 AM with service to follow. Audrey will be buried with her beloved husband at Arlington Cemetery following services.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org

Arrangements under direction of Fertig Funeral Home


Posted by Charles Knoebel on August 18, 2021
Audrey was always ready to celebrate and help. Happy Birthday Audrey. Doing that in the next life also.
Posted by Katherine MAURI on August 10, 2021
Audrey, Friends for at least 50 years--we will miss you! So many happy memories from when our kids were young until we were in our later senior years. Fred will be happy to greet you! Rest in Peace together. Loved all our times together.
Posted by Yvonne Curry on August 10, 2021
When I first met Audrey, she had moved to Mullica Gardens before I began working there. For several days she would circle my office, check me out and move on. As I made my way around the community, I could see her eyes following me. Then finally, one day, she made her way into my office, asked if she could sit; I said yes. She looked at me and said, "You're new here?" I said yes, and I'm happy to be here. She said, "I know, I've been checking you out; you seem to be a good person." And then she said, "Stick with me, Kid, and you'll be alright." Her words were one of the kindest anyone has ever spoken. We, as healthcare providers, come into this field to serve and protect our seniors, and this beautiful soul took it upon herself to look out for me. I knew then we would have an exceptional relationship. Over the years, we shared the most comical and loving conversations that always included Missy and Freddy. While her passing is heavy, I'm able to fill that heaviness with her love and humor. I will miss her always.
Posted by Roseann Uhorchuk on August 8, 2021
So sorry to hear of her passing. She was an amazing woman and great neighbor growing up. I really enjoyed the birthday parties and playdates over her house. A lot of great memories. Prayers for the family.
Posted by Charles Knoebel on August 8, 2021
Audrey was always there to help in a time in need. A special friend indeed. God Bless. Charles
Posted by Fred Buck on August 8, 2021
MOM – I wish you could come back, but I don’t want you to suffer again. I know you are with us and we will always love and miss you with all of our hearts. All that I am I owe to you. I attribute the success in our lives to all of you have done for us over a lifetime. You will forever be in our hearts.

"All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother." — Abraham Lincoln

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Posted by Charles Knoebel on August 18, 2021
Audrey was always ready to celebrate and help. Happy Birthday Audrey. Doing that in the next life also.
Posted by Katherine MAURI on August 10, 2021
Audrey, Friends for at least 50 years--we will miss you! So many happy memories from when our kids were young until we were in our later senior years. Fred will be happy to greet you! Rest in Peace together. Loved all our times together.
Posted by Yvonne Curry on August 10, 2021
When I first met Audrey, she had moved to Mullica Gardens before I began working there. For several days she would circle my office, check me out and move on. As I made my way around the community, I could see her eyes following me. Then finally, one day, she made her way into my office, asked if she could sit; I said yes. She looked at me and said, "You're new here?" I said yes, and I'm happy to be here. She said, "I know, I've been checking you out; you seem to be a good person." And then she said, "Stick with me, Kid, and you'll be alright." Her words were one of the kindest anyone has ever spoken. We, as healthcare providers, come into this field to serve and protect our seniors, and this beautiful soul took it upon herself to look out for me. I knew then we would have an exceptional relationship. Over the years, we shared the most comical and loving conversations that always included Missy and Freddy. While her passing is heavy, I'm able to fill that heaviness with her love and humor. I will miss her always.
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Shared by Brenda Patterson on August 8, 2021
Audrey was always friendly, fun- loving and willing to help.  She had one of the kindest hearts of anyone I know.  My condolences to Missy and Fred and their families.