Welcome to Sweeney and Beverly Life Celebration Services, where we Celebrate the Color of Life.
Avery Young had a contagious smile and laugh that was infectious, he drew people in everywhere he went. He was a true ray of sunshine, and was willing to lend a helping hand to all. Even strangers felt comfortable and welcomed by Avery’s kindness and good heart. Avery was an outdoorsy soul and appreciated being in the moment. He loved fishing and was happiest with a rod in his hand and water at his feet. These special moments were shared along side his “Pop Pop,” uncles, and many friends. He also enjoyed the beach, camping, and playing outside sports. Above all Avery loved his family. He was the first grandchild and nephew in a big loving family. To many of his aunts and uncles he was more like a little brother. Avery couldn’t help but be overprotected and have a special place in his heart for his little sisters “Bela and Angie” .
He is survived by his mother, Krystyna Wisniewski; his sister, Isabela Wisniewski; grandmother, Marianna Wisniewski; his aunts and uncles, John (Jaime) Wisniewski, Greg Wisniewski, Robert Wisniewski, Basia Wisniewski, Ella (Joe) Rossi, Michael (Ashley) Wisniewski, Adam (Steph) Wisniewski and Steven (Kaitlyn) Wisniewski; cousins, Angeline who was always a sister to him, Hailey, Johnny, Wesley, Savannah, Levi, Malina, Vivian, Juliana, and Evan; his extended family and many friends. He was predeceased by his grandfather, Jan “John” Wisniewski.
Please Dress casual, wear your favorite color and come celebrate and share memories of Avery who will be missed so dearly.
Sunday from 1-3p.m. and Monday 9-10:30 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, 337 Bridgeboro Street, Riverside NJ 08075. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. at Resurrection Parish (St. Casimir site), Riverside NJ. In lieu of flowers, Mass cards can be purchased or donations can be made to Resurrection Parish.