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David Phillip Gerard Vorozilchak, 64, of Clarks Summit, passed away unexpectedly Friday at Geisinger Community Medical Center surrounded by his family. His loving wife of 32 years, the former Judy Darlak, was by his side.Born Jan. 24, 1951, in Scranton, he was the son of Lillian Claire Vorozilchak, Scranton, and the late Phillip Alex Vorozilchak. David attended the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, where he received a Bachelor of Pharmacy in 1973 and in 1996, he received his master's in health care administration from the University of Scranton. After attending pharmacy school, David worked as a pharmacist at Geisinger Community Medical Center for 39 years and for seven of those years, he served as the director of pharmacy. David was always a nurturing and giving man, constantly helping those around him, and always a gentleman. He spent many years coaching soccer, ice hockey and baseball teams, always proud to support his children. If not coaching, he was always cheering on his children and always faithfully videotaping. David has been a mentor to many lives, sharing his infinite joy for life and his unconditional love. Through it all, his true passion was to be a loving and caring husband, father and grandfather. His greatest legacy will be carried on through his children and grandchildren. Also surviving are children, Michael Vorozilchak and wife, Meredith, Geneva, N.Y.; Melissa Agosin and husband, Mike, Clarks Summit; Kristin Kowalek and husband, Eric, Milton; David Vorozilchak Jr. and wife, Laura, Shavertown; his six grandchildren, Parker Vorozilchak, Gabriella and Thomas Agosin, Jackson, Savannah and Travis Kowalek; sister, Phyllis Ruzbarsky and husband, Joseph, Clarks Summit; brother, James Vorozilchak, Scranton; mother-in-law, Viola Darlak, Clarks Summit; godmother, Monica Kashuba; and many loved nieces, nephews and cousins.The funeral Mass will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at St. Gregory Parish, 330 N. Abington Road, Clarks Green, to be celebrated by the Rev. John M. Lapera. In lieu of calling hours, family will receive guests immediately after the Mass from noon until 1:30 p.m. Memorial donations in honor of David will be gratefully accepted by the Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675, or www.woundedwarriorsproject.org.Arrangements are entrusted to the Jennings-Calvey Funeral and Cremation Services Inc., 111 Colburn Ave., Clarks Summit, PA 18411. For more information, directions or to send an online condolence, please visit www.jenningscalvey.com.
Mike and Meredith, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. If there is anything we can do, do not hesitate to call. If Mike is any example of his father, we have lost a great man.
Kelly, Carla & Juanita Jun 18 2015 12:00 AM
so very sorry for your loss. Dave was a great guy, and I will never forget how helpful and dedicated he was to his profession.
Carol Conway Jun 17 2015 12:00 AM
My thoughts & prayers are with the Vorozilchak family. I worked with Dave at CMC for many years. Dave was a kind thoughtful person & always a gentleman. He will be missed.
Marlene Milford Jun 16 2015 12:00 AM
Vorozilchak Family, For the years we knew your father, he would always be thanking people for their help with Kristine or David's hockey career. In reality we should have been the ones thanking him. Please take comfort in knowing your dad and husband was the perfect role model for parents today with kids in sports. He was at every game, (he had the proof from his videos), was always cheering loudly for his kids and their teams, but most importantly never had a negative word about anything. He was always upbeat about the situation, regardless of the score or circumstances. We are so sorry for your loss. The world needs more Dave Vorozilchaks around to help us by example in dealing with the issues of our daily lives. God bless you all. Dave & Laurie Morgan
David Morgan Jun 15 2015 12:00 AM
Our deepest condolences to all the families. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Erin and Tom Butash.
Tom Butash Jun 14 2015 12:00 AM