Jerome “Jerry” Francis Andrzejewski, 69, of Hamilton passed away on Friday, April 16th, 2021 after a valiant battle with metastatic melanoma. Born in Anchorage, Alaska, he was the son of the late Henry Richard and Doris M. Felski Andrzejewski. Jerry worked as a printer at Princeton University for over 32 years. He was a veracious reader and frequented all of the 16 Mercer County Libraries weekly. He was fluent in Spanish and Polish languages, as well as having an eclectic taste in music. He was a fan of musician Richard Thompson and writer/comedian David Sedaris (who actually recognized Jerry on a few occasions!) Jerry was also a patron of McCarter Theater in Princeton. Surviving Jerry is his brother Denis Andrzejewski (Eileen Andrzejewski) of Levittown PA; niece Tanya Hunnewell (Chis Hunnewell) of Philadelphia: nephew, Joshua Andrzejewski (Jillian Andrzejewski) of Charlottesville, VA: niece KatrinSara Andrzejewski of Levittown and nephew Zachary Andrzejewski of North East Philadelphia; one greatniece Norah Andrzejewski of Charlottesville, VA; longtime friends Robert Moses, Rudy & Kathy Zsolway and Ken Chester; as well as many cousins and relatives. A public memorial service will be held on April 30th at 11am under the pavilion at Veterans Park, Hamilton, NJ. Please wear a Hawaiian shirt in Jerry’s memory. In leu of flowers there will be a collection to place a bench in Veterans Park in Jerry’s memory. To make a donation or for further information, please contact KatrinSara at KatrinSara@gmail.com.
Published in The Trentonian from Apr. 26 to Apr. 27, 2021.