June 12, 1935 – March 19, 2020
Leah Stein, 84, of Monroe Township, NJ passed away on Thursday the 19th of March 2020 at her home surrounded by her loved ones.
Leah lost the love of her life Alfred, who died in 2013 they were married for 59 amazing years.
Leah is survived by her three children, Judy Coleman & her husband Patrick, Neil Stein & his wife Kristine, and Melinda Stein. Leah was blessed with 8 wonderful grandchildren who affectionally called her Bubbe.
Born June 1935 in Newark, NJ, Leah graduated from Weequahic High School. She attended Adelphia University where she majored in Math.
Leah was a Senior Payroll Analyst at Quest Diagnostics. She loved to spend time with her children and grand children. Leah traveled to over 30 countries. She loved Broadway shows, playing cards with friends, and especially taking advantage of Disney World's many locations. Friends would describe her as a beautiful women who possessed Dignity and Class.
A private funeral service for Leah will be held Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Beth Israel Mausoleum, Woodbridge, NJ.
Due to current health concerns a celebration of her life will be held at a future time.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bloomfieldcoopermanalapan.com for the Stein family.
- Judith Coleman (Patrick), Daughter
- Neal Stein (Kristine), Son
- Melinda Stein, Daughter
- Eight, Grandchildren
- Funeral Service Sunday, March 22, 2020
March 26, 2020
Through my recent affiliation with the Brandeis Women Clearbrook Chapter, I was fortunate enough to have met with Leah and got to know her. She was a kind, gentle woman and gave me good advice. I only regret that I did not get to know her better, but I am glad that our paths crossed in some small way. May she rest in peace......Rita
March 23, 2020
Dearest Judy, Neil, and Melinda,
I am so very sorry for your grief and pain in the passing of our dear, sweet Leah.
1986 seems so long ago, yet the memories we made at InSci and beyond are treasured. The many weekend trips we made to Walt Disney World and then as we branched out to our annual Memorial Day weekend 10-day European trips were all so special. I adored that Leah would try any cuisine and any local beer. Steigel was our favorite Austrian beer!
Leah has been a tried and true friend through all these years. Her grace, her dignity, her poise, and so much more are simply Leah.
Although I’ve been in Arizona for 24 years now, each time Leah, Andrea, and I would meet up at the Cheesecake Factory, Leah would always tell me that she missed me. I was honored to be in her thoughts and heart.
I am simply grateful for having shared such wonderful times with your Mom. My cherished memories will carry Leah in my heart.
I wish you all great comfort and peace as you move through this most difficult time. Prayers for you.
March 22, 2020
I am heartbroken to not be able to be there today. I only knew Bubbe for a short while, but in that time I learned how much she meant to so many. She was a kind, loving soul and will be terribly missed. Bubbe we love you very much and may you Rest In Peace.
March 21, 2020
I did not know her well, but she always had a smile for everyone and was very friendly at the bridge games and wherever you met her.
Rest in Peace dear Leah!
March 21, 2020
My deep condolences to Leah's family. I knew her as a lovely, classy lady in the Brandeis group at Clearbrook. She took part in my Qigong study group, and she will be missed.