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John Sorgi Jr.

Ridley Park, Pennsylvania

Feb 23, 1939 – Oct 11, 2020 (Age 81)


February 23, 1939
October 11, 2020
Ridley Park, Pennsylvania
Alzheimer's Association


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Cavanagh Family Funeral Home Obituary

John Sorgi, Jr. of Ridley Park, PA passed away peacefully on October 11, 2020 at the age of 81. John was born in Philadelphia, PA on February 23, 1939. Son of the late John and Nancy Sorgi. John, loving husband of Mary (Nee Docherty) for 58 years, is survived by sons Kevin (Renee) of Elm City,...

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Sending love and prayers to Rachel, Rick, Courtney and the entire Sorgi family from the Stickles. Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

My dearest most handsome uncle
Oh how I will miss your stories , your wit and humour immensely but I'm privileged and forever thankful that I have so many beautiful and fun memories to hold onto. Im lucky to have spent the time we have together even though I live across the pond. And how could I ever forget your potent egg nogg on Thanksgiving! I share that story with so many , I have never ran so fast in my life to get back to your house after just 1 glass! Oh how it...

With Deepest Sympathy, May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends. Sincerely, Deborah

Aunt Mary,
I'm so sorry to hear of uncle John's loss. I remember playing golf with Uncle John and Andrew over 40 years ago when I was young lad. Uncle John was always interested in hearing about my military life when I was back home on leave. The family was there almost 30 years ago when my son John Paul was baptized which was right after my dad (Francis Docherty) passed away. That is something our family will always appreciate. God bless you all and god speed.


I came into your family, not knowing what I'd find. I was nervous and afraid. You eased my mind! You made me feel right at home, from the first day that we met. You welcomed me with opened arms. For that I will never forget! You always encouraged me with kind words. I know I could always depend on you to be honest with me. You stood out above the rest, and I will always feel blessed. I might not be in the family anymore, but I have ever stopped thinking, caring and missing you and above else...

I first met John and Mary in 1984. It was easy for me to love them both. I immediately experienced their integrity in business. Over the years, I always looked forward to John's calls. He always asked about my family. "How's your mother"? His warm smile, and good nature stood out, and I loved his sense of humor. My memories of John will be an inspiration forever. God bless you Mary.

"I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your father.

Sincere condolences to Mary and family on the passing of John.

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your father. May the Lord comfort you and your love ones during this difficult time. May you remember and cherish the memories of your dad. Hugs Irina Zhovkliy