FEDICK- John N. Fedick,of Easton, died suddenly, surrounded by friends, at the Wonderland of Ice, on Monday, October 22, 2007. Born in New York City, he was a son of the late William and Mary Fedyk, both Ukrainian immigrants. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran of WW II.

John was a graduate of the University of Chicago where he received a BS Degree in Economics, and the University of Michigan where he received his BMA Degree in Mathematics.

He was formerly employed by Dunham-Bush, were he served as Vice President of Finance and was also a former Financial Executive for the Sperry Rand Corporation at both Vickers Hydraulics and Remington Shaver.

John was recently inducted into the Financial Executives Institute’s Key Club in recognition of forty years of membership. He was also a member of the National Association of Accountants and served on the Board of Directors at Dunhan-Bush, Inc.

John’s greatest achievement of all came from the time he spent at the Wonderland of Ice. He along with his late wife and daughter took great pride and enjoyment in providing the children of the Greater Fairfield County area with an arena where they could develop personal skills, competitiveness and learn the meaning of sportsmanship, while building character.
John was a motivational coach for numerous hockey teams, including State Champions Fairfield Prep where his “can do” attitude inspired his hero, Chris Drury. He was one of the founders of the Wonderland Wizards Jr. Ice Hockey Association. John developed many dear and close relationships at the rink and he will be deeply missed by many. He was pre-deceased by his beloved wife Dorothy Digman Fedick.
Survivors include his devoted and loving daughter, Lisa Fedick, as well as his extended family at the Wonderland of Ice, especially John Ferguson and the entire Ferguson family, who will all miss him dearly.
Memorial contributions may be made in John’s memory to the “Beyond Wonderland” Foundation, which was established to provide assistance with the continuing education of his Wonderland extended family.