OBITUARY

Mary L. Barnes

December 22, 1909January 27, 2011

Mary L. Barnes (Grammie), 101, beloved mother and devoted grandmother, of Shark River Hills, (formerly from Wall Township) passed away peacefully Thursday morning at the Medicenter in Neptune City.

Mary was born December 22, 1909 in Brooklyn, NY. She married her husband William in 1938. Mary was a homemaker and served as a secretary in many churches throughout New Jersey. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan. Mary was known for her kind nature, love of her family and friends as well as her love of animals.

Mary is survived by her daughter Linda, grandson Michael and his wife Sejal, her brother George, nieces Barbara and Deborah, nephews Ronald, William and Charles, several other Great nieces and nephews as well as “her little puppy” Casper.

Visitation will be on Sunday, January 30, 2011 from 3:00 pm to 6:00pm at the Neary Quinn Funeral Home, 39 South Street, Manasquan, NJ. Funeral services will be held on Monday at 10:00 am at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Restland Memorial Park in East Hanover, NJ.

Donation in lieu of flowers to: Neptune PBA Local 74 or The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge # 19 can be made on her behalf.

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, January 31, 2011
  • Visitation Sunday, January 30, 2011
  • Burial Monday, January 31, 2011
REMEMBERING

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January 22, 2012

Aunt Mary (WEEBE) Well, you have been gone from us nearly a year now and we still miss you.
I am sure you are in a much better place and are continuing to watch over us as you did before.
Say hello to Uncle Bill for us as I am sure he is there with you again.
My love to you and all of the other members of the family that you are with.

Much Love Ronnie

January 31, 2011

Dear Aunt Mary, I will always remember my visits with you. You always had a way about you that would make anyone feel special. I remember all the times you would visit us in Florida or when we would visit you and Uncle Bill in New Jersey. You always had a special little something for me to take home. You always made such wonderful food and were eager to pass on a few recipes that I still prepare for my family. During all the walks we would take wandering through your beautiful flower gardens, making bouquets, you taught me the names of all the flowers. I will always remember your kind, gentle and giving spirit, and I will miss you.
Much love, Cindy

cindy woodward

January 31, 2011

Dear Aunt Mary, I will always remember my visits with you. You always had a way about you that would make anyone feel special. I remember all the times you would visit us in Florida or when we would visit you and Uncle Bill in New Jersey. You always had a special little something for me to take home. You always made such wonderful food and were eager to pass on a few recipes that I still prepare for my family. During all the walks we would take wandering through your beautiful flower gardens, making bouquets, you taught me the names of all the flowers. I will always remember your kind, gentle and giving spirit, and I will miss you.
Much love, Cindy

Beth Morgan

January 31, 2011

Remembering my Great Aunt Mary, I am sure she gave enough strength & love
to her family and friends so they may live without her, until someday reunited together in heaven. I pray God will bless my dear Aunt with
light, happiness and peace for evermore. Love, Beth

January 30, 2011

Thank you, Aunt Mary for the wonderful memories.

BARBARA HADDEN

January 30, 2011

GOD BE WITH YOU AUNT MARY. YOU WERE MY 2ND MOTHER--
WHAT WOULD WE HAVE DONE WITHOUT YOU?BARBARA

Ron Anderson

January 29, 2011

Aunt Mary, You have warched over me all of my life and now you can watch from above. Thank you for all that you have done for me I greatly appreciated your care and guidance. We will all miss you.
Say hello to Uncle Bill for me.

Love Ronnie

Janine Romano

January 29, 2011

Linda, Michael and Sejal, and am so deeply sorry for your loss. I know the closeness you all shared. My prayer for you... This time of suffering is lightened by the beautiful memories you hold dear.

Nohemi Leary

January 29, 2011

When ever I visited your home, your mother was a pleasure to be with, and she had a great sense of humor. I know how hard it is to loose your mother, but God Bless her, to live to 101 yrs old is just amazing. And after such a long life she is at peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Chris San Filippo

January 28, 2011

Love you Grammie, thank-you so much for all the love you provided for us as children, as we grew up and into our adult lives. We love you, The San Filippos.