3179 Mozart Road
Furlong, Pennsylvania
Phone: 215-598-3534

The Legendary Wicen Brothers - together in heaven.

Stephen Wicen 1927-2006 / Frank Wicen 1920-2005



Stephen Wicen

Stephen Wicen of Furlong died Thursday, March 2, 2006, at Doylestown Hospital. He was 79. Steve had been diagnosed with bone cancer in May of 2005, and his health rapidly went downhill following the death of his brother, Frank.

He was the loving husband for 39 years of the late Helen M. Convey Wicen.

Born on the family farm in Mozart, which is now Furlong, Stephen was the son of the late Januar and Julia Gregush Wicen.

Stephen was a life-long resident of Furlong and had been a farmer all of his life. He knew what it was to work hot days and long hours and he never complained. After a day's work, he always could be found at home and especially at night with his family. He was the type of man that would be ready to help his neighbors at the drop of a hat. Stephen's family may have been small but to his many friends, he was their Dad for he was always available to listen and lend a hand.

Stephen and his late brother, Frank, farmed many acres in the Bucks County area. They also owned and operated the Wicen Farm shooting and target range - a responsibility being continued by Steve's son, Joseph.

In his leisure time, Stephen enjoyed square dancing, hunting and fishing with his family and friends.

He is survived by his children, Joseph M. Wicen and his wife, Lori, and her children, Sara and Douglas, of Furlong, and Linda T. McHenry and her husband, Charles; and two granddaughters, Erin and Kiara, all of Furlong; and one sister, Julia Swartz of Dublin. He also is survived by his sisters-in-law, Kitty and Kay Wicen, both of Furlong; his nephew, Rudy Wicen; and several nieces, great-nieces and great-nephews.

We will always love and remember Steve Wicen, 1927-2006


 

Frank Wicen

The Wicen family thanks everyone who has shared loving memories of Frank Wicen, who passed away suddenly October 26, 2005. Frank was Range Officer for the past 50+ years.

His obitituary was printed as follows: Francis "Frank" Wicen of Furlong died suddenly Wednesday, October 26, 2005, at St. Mary Medical Center; Langhorne, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was 84.

He was the loving husband of 32 years to Katherine "Kitty" Clancy Wicen.

Born on the family farm in Furlong, Frank was the son of the late Januar and Julia Wicen and stepfather of the late James Jannaman.

Frank was a life-long resident of Furlong and had been a farmer all of his life. He knew what it was to work hot days and long hours, and he never complained. He was the type of man that would be ready to help his neighbor at the drop of a hat.

Frank and his brother, Stephen, farmed many acres in the Bucks County area. They also owned and operated the Wicen Farm shooting and target range.

He was a long-time member of the Middletown Grange and was always there to run the pony rides. He was a 20-year member of the Midway Fire Co. and a 32nd Degree Mason, Newtown Lodge 427 Free and Accepted Masons.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his brother, Stephen Wicen of Furlong, a sister, Julia Swartz of Dublin, and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

We will always love and remember Frank Wicen, 10/28/20 - 10/26/05