Audrey Lee Hollins Gudelsky, wife of the late Albert R. Gudelsky, died Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Kensington Park Senior Living in Kensington, Maryland.
Born in Baltimore on July 12, 1921, the youngest of six children of Lena and Isaac Hollins, Audrey Gudelsky graduated from Forest Park High School and worked as a secretary. She married Albert Gudelsky during World War II in 1942 when he was on leave from active duty in the European Theater of Operations. Because of the war they were separated for four years until his safe return. Audrey and Albert had 57 fabulous years together before Albert died in 1999.
Audrey Gudelsky enjoyed big band music, played bridge and Mah Jong, but most of all she loved playing golf and scored two holes in one. She was a resident of Bethesda and maintained a winter home in Pompano Beach, Florida. She was a beautiful and elegant woman, with a wide circle of friends, beloved by her family, her greatest joy.
Gudelsky is survived by her son, Andrew Gudelsky of Silver Spring and daughters Amy (Steven Schwartz) Gudelsky of Potomac and Ann Gudelsky (David Joe) Cipriano of Los Angeles; seven grandchildren Zev (Samantha) Suissa, Eric Suissa, Henry (Christiana Robbat) Gudelsky, William (Paige Bearnarth) Gudelsky, Edward Gudelsky, Dayna Cipriano (Ryan) Buckley and Alex Cipriano; four wonderful great grandchildren Ethan Gudelsky, Parker Suissa, Harley Suissa, and Theo Grey Buckley; two sisters-in-law Irma Hirschman and Joan Gudelsky plus many loving nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 1:00 p.m. at King David Memorial Garden, 7482 Lee Highway, Falls Church, Virginia. Family will be receiving friends after 4pm at Norbeck Country Club, 17200 Cashell Road, Rockville, Maryland. Shiva service will be at 8 pm. Memorial donations may be made to JSSA Hospice, 6123 Monstrose Road, Rockville, Maryland 20852 or the charity of your choice.
MAY 2. 1:00 PM
King David Memorial Gardens
7482 Lee Highway
Falls Church, VA, 22042