Goble Funeral Home


Mary Haberis

September 3, 1924January 5, 2021

Mary Haberis, 96 of Newton, N.J passed on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at United Methodist Community at Bristol Glen.

Mary was born in West Hoboken on September 3, 1924. She spent her childhood and early married years in Maywood, later moving to Ridgewood. After she graduated, Mary worked at the Royal Insurance Company in NYC where she met the love of her life, Arthur Haberis. Mary and Arthur celebrated 58 years of devoted love before his passing in 2005. After raising her family, Mary worked for Lord and Taylor as an Assistant Manager.

Mary’s greatest joy was the love of her family. Her guidance and loving presence was the cornerstone that will be greatly missed. Surviving are her daughters, Barbara (Haberis) Topp and her husband, John of Holly Springs, NC and Norma Haberis of Farmingdale, NJ. Mary is survived by her Grandchildren, Jennifer Cuttito and her husband Darren, David Murphy and his wife Lynn, and Karyn Woods and her husband, Stephen, and her Great Grandchildren, Zachary, Matthew, Kayla, Daniel, Jacob, Hailey, Christopher, Kyle and Julia. Mary also has two sister, her twin sister Rita, and her sister, Eleanor and her husband Robert. She is also survived by her loving nieces and nephews.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Goble Funeral Home. Services will be held at the George Washington Memorial Park In April.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Mary’s name may be made to Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice at


  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, January 12, 2021


Mary Haberis

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Stella Margeotes Toncic

January 9, 2021

My favorite memories of Mary (Aunt Mary) to me ,even though we were cousins is her hospitality when her daughters and I got together as young cousins. She made the greatest baked ham and trimmings and was always there to listen to all of us with good advice. She was like a second mom And ultimately was my sponsor for Confirmation. Rest In Peace Aunt Mary, I know Uncle Art greeted you with his jokes and laughter, your “Artie”. Will always love you. My thoughts with my cousins Barbara and Norma. Love, Stella and family