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Elizabeth A. CONWAY

August 5, 1927May 11, 2019

Elizabeth A. CONWAY was born on August 5, 1927 and passed away on May 11, 2019.

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Joey Tessitore

May 19, 2019

It was always so much fun visiting Aunt Betty and Uncle Robert whenever we could. I always liked going to see the “Jersey life” being born in New York and raised in California. It was really nice to see my grandfather Theodore’s brother Uncle Robert and Aunt Betty in which we were able to write letters about grandpas family (our ancestors). It was so nice and fun to write to Aunt Betty. One of the greatest ancestry genealogical hand downs was shared with me by Aunt Betty while we were writing each other back and forth almost thirty years ago, and it was a hand down from great Aunt Hattie and it’s treasured forever knowing that we can know the answers to our ancestry. I know Aunt Betty and Uncle Robert are in heaven together and always will be. I miss you all New Jersey family and hope my mommy Carol and I could see you soon. Love forever Joey.

Angela Carrera

May 19, 2019

to the Conway family....our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved matriarch!!!

The Carrera family

Beachwood, NJ

Ruth Skirbst

May 19, 2019

Not everyone can say they had a sister in law like I had. For many years we shared the same interest in our
"Miniatures". Every visit to Pine Beach included a ride to the miniature store on Rt. 9. I have a lot of good memories of her and the family. One summer, long ago, John fell into the pool and before we could get out of our chairs Bob was in the pool pulling him out. Lots of summer fun at Pine Beach. She's now at peace with Bob and June. Rest In Peace, Betty, Henry and I will be with you one day.

Ellen Dougherty

May 18, 2019

After they moved from Irvington, ‘Going to the shore’ as a kid was to Pine Beach, Aunt Betty & Uncle Bob’s house. All the copper Knick knacks, the boxer Heidi, (the reason my sister is named Karen) the little model houses, the pool, the cousins,
Great memories, love to all who remember her, Aunt Betty, you will be missed.

Samantha Tibbetts (formerly Conway)

May 16, 2019

Greta Gram, you will be missed so much by all of your family. I hope you are at peace now. You lived one hell of a life and showed us all what it meant to keep a family together. I’ve never met another family, to this day, who knows as many of their family members as I do, and I have you to thank for keeping such good track of our family tree. Rest In Peace.

Karen Jardel

May 16, 2019

We could always count on a card or gift, and a visit from Aunt Betty & Uncle Bob every holiday. My girls were so excited to visit and she always listened to their crazy stories, even when Uncle Bob was in a hurry... because they were on their way to somewhere else... she would smile and say that could wait. Made them feel extra special.....😊

Karen Jardel

May 16, 2019

Summers in Pine Beach, hanging out at the pool all day and putting on plays in the basement. Then years later, my girls got to do the same!! Aunt Betty sure made us all feel pretty darn special!!!!