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Jennifer Lynn Drucker March 30, 1981 - December 11, 2020

Jennifer Lynn Drucker, 39, passed away peacefully on December 11, 2020 after a courageous battle with breast cancer.

Growing up in Garnet Valley, she was a 1999 graduate of Garnet Valley High School, received her Nursing Degree from Neuman University, and received her master’s in nursing from Walden University.

She was an RN at Riddle Hospital for many years, a Nursing Supervisor for Springfield Hospital, and most recently worked for Heartland Hospice as a Nurse Practitioner. Jenny always owned her own horses and loved to ride. She also enjoyed traveling, camping in the Poconos, listening to Prince, and going to the beach. Above all else, she loved spending time with her family and friends.

Jenny was a bright light in the world and will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

She was predeceased by her father Robert Marden and her grandfather William Loveland.

Jenny is survived by her beloved husband of 20 years Patrick Drucker; her children Zachary, Natalie, Charlotte, Elijah, and Luke; her mother, Catherine Houpt; her siblings, Robert Marden and Kelley Kelly (Robert); grandmother, Nancy Loveland; and multiple in laws, nieces and nephews, and close friends.

Visitation: Thursday, December 17, 2020, 5-8pm and Friday, December 18, 2020, 10am-12noon at the Bateman-Allen Funeral Home, 4220 Edgmont Ave., Brookhaven, PA, 19015.

Funeral service private. Burial private. Online condolences can be sent via www.batemanfuneralhome.com

State mandated occupancy restrictions and social distancing will be observed. Face masks are required.

Please see Jennifer’s beautiful service below:

Visitation: Thursday, December 17, 2020, 5-8pm and Friday, December 18, 2020, 10am-12noon at the Bateman-Allen Funeral Home, 4220 Edgmont Ave., Brookhaven, PA, 19015.

Funeral service private. Burial private. Online condolences can be sent via www.batemanfuneralhome.com

State mandated occupancy restrictions and social distancing will be observed. Face masks are required.

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    Erica Clarke says

    I didn’t know you, but my daughter is in k with your Luke. My heart breaks for your family. Prayers and hugs to everyone!
    Erica Clarke

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    Tanya Dahms says

    I met Jen at Riddle 15 years ago. I was a brand new nurse. She always encouraged me with her big sassy personality. Her strength, courage and compassion to care for others will never be forgotten. My thoughts are with you all ❤️

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    Karen Popiel says

    Jen, you beautiful fighter, you will be so missed by all who ever met you, let alone loved and knew you. Thank you for being a source of strength and sas, and grace to all of us. I’ll hold all my memories working with you dearly. Love and prayers for peace and healing to Pat, the kids and your whole family. Rest easy , friend .

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    Liz Fuller Mckay says

    She is one EPIC inspiration and lived more life in her 39 years than most people do in A long lifetime. Ride your horse high in the sky. God bless her family and dear friends through this difficult time. Try to celebrate her life this holiday season by keeping the traditions alive.

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    Nancy & Gil Furniss says

    I can’t begin to tell you of the sorrow I feel for all Jen’s loved ones. What an amazing person she was. She accomplished so much to be proud of. You will always miss her but may God give you peace in the most difficult times. My heart aches for your loss. I will hold you all in prayer. With love to you all.

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    John Kennedy says

    You will be missed. RIP…..

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    Erin Muehsam says

    Jenn and I were friends at Rose Tree school and Colts cheerleading. My heart goes out to her loved ones.

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      Dennis Jackson says

      First Giving Honor to the creator for blessing us with one of the most genuine spirits… I will miss our moments of nostalgia…trips down memory lane and of course an admiration for Prince that I recently learned we shared. To Pat and the kids may God grant you the peace that surpasses all understanding

      Love and Light,

      Dennis Jackson and the Family

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        James W. Simms Jr. says

        Patrick, my sincere and heartfelt condolences to you, your children and entire extended family for your loss. Obvious from reading Jennifer’s obituary what a special person she was. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless

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    Aunt Sue & Uncle Pete says

    Tribute to a beautiful young lady who was a wonderful example to her entire family. Taken far too soon in her life but as they say “Only the good die young”.

    God needed her in Heaven.

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    Teresa Lombardo says

    I met jenn 15 years ago. She trained me as a unit clerk at riddle. Her heart was so big. I was so saddened by the news. Such a wonderful person. My heart goes out to the Drucker family. May jenn watch over her family.

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    Diana Clendenin. says

    To The Drucker Family:: Prayers and Thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. Condolences to all of you. I have known Jenn for years.. Such a Kind, Fun, Caring,Honest, Heart of Gold Person. I will Always remember her… She’s a Good Person. Jenn your not in Pain Anymore.. You are Free Now.. You Certainly have your Wings.. You will be Missed by Everyone. Thank you for being in my Life and for being a Friend of mine.. God Bless You Jenn .. Peace Be With You Always.. Luv , Diana

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    Kevin & Heather Wieman says

    Pat and Family- I was really sorry to hear about Jen’s passing. I was always happy to see her. She had an energy and positivity that stood out wherever she was. I’m sad that we never got around to having sushi with you guys after talking about it for years. It was our loss but we can’t imagine yours. She will be missed by many. Be at peace.

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      Mike n Deb Mengel says

      We met the Drucker family four years ago at the weekend get away, Lehigh Gorge campground. We had a lot of good times and laughs between pool time, pot lucks and campfires. Jen you will be missed very much by a lot of people, friends and family. Our prayers are with you and your family. RIP

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    Dennis and Mary Kay McClatchy says

    Pat,
    Please accept our most heartfelt condolences on Jen’s passing. We only spent a short time together but Jen’s spirit was very obvious and contagious. She is a beautiful soul.
    I will keep your family in my prayers and Jen’s spirit in my heart. May she RIP.

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    Jillmarie Rudolph says

    I met Jenn when I started working as a nurse at Riddle Hospital. Jenn worked her way through nursing school and became one of our best nurses. Always quick with a smile, she was a kind and humble, down to earth type of girl. She loved talking about her family, her horses and her dogs(and even some chickens). Anyone who knew her, knew she had a little obsession with Prince. She was loved by all of her colleagues at the hospital and will be missed beyond words.

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    Tina Powell says

    Jen and I worked together at Riddle. She was always there for me whether it be nursing question or just to talk. She always made you have a good night with her positive attitude .Even through all her health struggles that did not stop her from reaching her goals. She was an inspiration to all that met her!!! She loved talking about her family, camping and her beloved animals. She is definitely the definition of a Warrior and will be missed by all who knew her. My heart goes out to the Drucker family. Be at peace now and pain free! Love, Tina Powell

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    Steven Smyth says

    Pat,Zack, and family,
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I only met Jen a few times some years ago , but she impressed me as being a strong and loving person, who worked hard for her family and career. May God give you strength to deal with your loss. Sincerely Steve Smyth

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