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Stephanie posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018I love you mom.There will be a forever hole in my heart until I see you again.I am thankful for the Hope and Promise of those that trust in Christ.I am thankful for those last days with you.I am thankful that you put your trust in Christ.You were more than an amazing mom.You were the best Grammy to my children.You taught me to be kind,you taught me to love others unconditionally,you taught me to put others first,you taught me to be humble,you taught me kindness.You were one of a kind.Your smile, your laugh,your silly jokes are all part of me and they are what keep me going.I am thankful for the memories at the beach and our shore house growing up.My children were so lucky to have such a wonderful gramcracker.I am thankful you are no longer suffering. I will miss you forever.One day I will see you again and it will be for eternity.John 3:16
Karen Young posted a condolence
Monday, February 12, 2018Jean was one of a kind. She worked with me at Dr. McDonald's office many years ago. Boy, did she love her family. She especially loved being a grandmom. She was a very caring nurse and the patients loved her. My favorite name for her was: Jean, Jean the dancing machine. I am sadden by her loss and she will be missed. Praying for each of you.
Tricia mcq posted a condolence
Saturday, February 10, 2018Steph and Derrek and kiddos, So sorry for your loss! We love you all and are praying for God to be a sweet comfort to you during this time. Much love to you. The mcq crew
Joe Hartney posted a condolence
Saturday, February 10, 2018Joe, we are so sorry to learn of the passing of Jean. We will always remember the good times we shared with you and Jean esp. down Margate, NJ. May she RIP.
Susan Dobbins posted a condolence
Friday, February 9, 2018Jean was one of the most genuine people I had ever known . Jean and Joe were more then just friends to my Mom and Dad.. They were family. I knew Jean since I was 15 years old , she was a friend and confidante as long as I can remember. Always laughing with us and having fun. She was always around for all of our family gatherings. When you thought your party was over there was Jean and Joe, having more fun, we loved having them around. She had been to all of our parties, picnics, Christenings, weddings, even of all my own children we had a blast. Always fun lots of memories. Even when my parents were gone we would remember all the little things that we had in common. I will never forget the friendship we had through the years . Her love and kindness for me and my family will always be cherished. Until we meet again I will miss her dearly.
joseph gardner posted a condolence
Thursday, February 8, 2018MY CONDOLENCES JOE. I REMEMBER MEETING YOU GUYS IN MARGATE AFTER A FEW YRS ON THE FD.
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Thursday, February 8, 2018
3218 Bayshore Road
North Cape May,NJ 08204