Audrey Ferris, 83, of Cambridge Springs passed away on November 16, 2022. Audrey was born July 22, 1939, in Meadville, the daughter of the late Julius Wargo and Albina Borkovec Wargo. She graduated from Saegertown High School in 1956 and married the late Max Ferris on November 11, 1961. Audrey worked for the Penncrest School District and was an active member of the Community Women’s Outreach Group of the Millers Station United Methodist Church. Audrey lived a full life and remained active in her favorite place, her kitchen. She would make a variety of baked goods for anyone or any cause including the United Methodist Church and Cambridge Springs Fireman’s Festival where she was very well known for her pecan and two-tone pumpkin pies. She was also known by family members for her homemade pizza, stuffed cabbage rolls, cinnamons buns and cookies, particularly her Christmas ladylocks and buckeyes. In her spare time Audrey enjoyed watching sports with her late husband, Max, especially if it was the Browns, Guardians or Cavs. Audrey also enjoyed bowling, playing golf, bingo and visiting the casino where she often, came home a winner. More than anything, Audrey’s best and favorite times were spent with her children Mike and Michele and nephew Randy. She traveled with her husband Max across many states to watch and cheer for them while playing and coaching sports. Audrey loved being a wife and a mother and always put her family and friends first with her unconditional love and support.
In addition to her parents, Audrey was preceded in death by her husband Max Ferris, sister Mildred Koket and her husband John, sister-in-law Pauline Burnley and her husband Robert, brother-in-law Donald Ferris, and nieces Cindi Burnley and Patti Daniels.
Audrey will be dearly missed by her son Michael Ferris; daughter Michele Bostick and her husband Frank; nephew Randy Ferris and wife Diana; sister Virginia Terrill and her husband Junior; nieces Cindy Pentycoff, Dorene Ferris, Kim Puchacz, Bobbi Devore, Betti Burnley, Robin Burnley and their families; nephews: Doug Terrill, Kevin Koket, Jeff Koket, Terri Burnley and their families; and numerous other family and friends.
Friends are invited to call at the Van Matre Funeral Home in Cambridge Springs on Friday, November 18 from 12-2 pm. A funeral service will begin at 2 pm with pastor Betty Hollabaugh and Pastor Linda Dinger officiating. Interment will follow at the Millers Station Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Community Women’s Outreach Group of Millers Station United Methodist Church or the Cambridge Springs Volunteer Fire Department.