Jack Wiercinski of Warminster, PA passed away peacefully at his home on April 26 th at age
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He was the beloved Husband of 53 years of Suzanne (nee Maynes), the Holy Family College
coed he met in Wildwood, NJ. Jack was born in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia to the late
John and Mary (Kujawa) Wiercinski. He was a 1961 graduate of Father Judge High School
and a 1966 graduate of LaSalle University. He served honorably in the United States Army
Jack had a long and successful career as a Senior Vice President in banking at various large
financial institutions and was a vital member of the board of directors of several
corporations. As a long-time resident of Warminster, Jack was a highly active and respected
member of the community. He was appointed to numerous township boards where he
served faithfully and effectively for years. His real passion was working with children. He
spent nearly two decades as a head coach of youth soccer, basketball and baseball. He was
duly elected as the Commissioner of the Warminster Soccer Club. Under his leadership, the
club expanded greatly, enriching the lives of thousands of children. Most notably, his lasting
legacy came as the Founder and original Tournament Director of the Al Perlini Soccer
Tournament which he dedicated in honor of his late friend. This tournament now features
nearly 300 teams. The Warminster Soccer Club officially recognized Jack for his
contributions in 2016. He was also the Founder/Coach of the Warminster Warriors Travel
Soccer Team. After retiring as a coach, he devoted his time to the Archbishop Wood Cross
Country Team for several years and was honored as the recipient of The Joan Reuger Award
for his numerous contributions to the team.
His family was always his top priority. He was very proud of his Polish heritage and passed
on the many beautiful Polish traditions to his family. He was a talented cook as he proudly
hosted every holiday and family gathering with enormous feasts. Later in life, he dedicated
his time to his cherished grandchildren.
He was also an avid sports fan who loved his Philadelphia sports teams (especially the
Phillies and Eagles), Notre Dame football, Big 5 basketball and Liverpool FC.
He is also survived by his three children, Kristina Fleck, Esq. (Robert, Esq.), John and Gregory
(Loni) Wiercinski; three grandchildren Kristina Fleck, Jack and Samantha Wiercinski; two
sisters, Patricia Fusaro and Barbara Cronin (Tom); brother-in-law Dr. James F. Maynes (Karla);
and many nieces and nephews.
His viewing will be held on Wednesday, May 1 st at Nativity of Our Lord in Warminster, PA
from 9AM-11AM, followed by his funeral mass. Internment will be held at St. John Neumann
Cemetery in Chalfont, PA. https://deckerfuneralhome.com/