Louise Robles

January 29, 1921March 21, 2021
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Louise Robles, age 100, of Union, New Jersey passed away on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Louise was born January 29, 1921 in Kahnawake Quebec, Canada

Louise Married Serafin Robles in Brooklyn NY March 11, 1940

Louise loved playing the harmonica. While Louise lived at Schaeffer Gardens in Union She established a singing group that she called the "Schaefferetts". Louise always kept herself busy, she was involved many community activities "Knitwits", "Pokeno", "tenant association", "bingo", "bible study" and every "arts & crafts" event that took place at her independent senior living building.

Louise was a faithful woman of prayer and she attended Holy Spirit Church every Sunday. Once COVID became a nationwide health issue Louise continued to pray the Rosary and participate in Sunday mass from her home.

Louise is predeceased by her husband Serafin and children Mary and Fernando.

Louise is survived by her 9 children; 30 Grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren and 10 Great-great grand children. She is also survived by her Brother Andrew and his wife Dorothy of Canada, as well as a host of Nieces nephews other relatives and friends throughout Canada and the United States.

Louise was a truly amazing woman with numerous talents, blessed by Kateri Tekakwitha and is now watching over us. Louise will be missed but has passed on a legacy.

A visitation for Louise will be held Thursday, March 25, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at McCracken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Ave, Union.

Funeral service will follow.

A graveside service will occur at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 220 Mount Olivet Avenue, Newark.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Louise's memory may be made to St. Jude Research Hospital.

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  • Visitation

    Thursday, March 25, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, March 25, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, March 25, 2021


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Marian Russo Curto

March 25, 2021

My deepest condolences to the Robles family on the loss of a beautiful loving mother. May God help you to endure these hard times. My prayers and thoughts are with.

George Santos

March 25, 2021

My Aunt Louise was a beautiful and wonderful woman.
Over the years whenever I was in
N. J., I made a point to always visit her.
I would always say to myself this would be the last time I would see her alive and she always prove me wrong.
She always had a smile and she made me feel special being with her.
I loved her like my own mother and she'll be missed dearly. ♥
She would always call me Georgie.
George Santos and Family

Sarah Taylor

March 24, 2021

A hundred years is a long time to love, laugh, and live. If we could all be so blessed to become a centenarian.
What a beautiful Sunday it was that you left to go on your journey to spirit world.
My heart breaks for her family and friends. Sending my love to all of you.
A kind soul leaving her mark on our hearts. I’ll forever hear you when I hear the song “you are my sunshine”.
Until we meet again. 💖
Konnoronkhwa, Sarah , Kats & Warren

Rebecca Montour

March 24, 2021

Sending all my love and sympathy to all of you that have lost such a wonderful woman. She was the sweetest, kindest loving person you could ever meet.
I was so lucky to have her as my Godmother and can only hope to be as
She was. I will miss her forever.

Kohnoronkwa , Becky n Jimmy

Sheryl Gabriel

March 23, 2021

We are all heartbroken at having lost Louise. She always had a big smile & kind word for everyone. Her energy was always upbeat & positive! We loved whenever she broke out her harmonica & gave a performance. She was full of talent & creativity!
My mom loved her so much too. I pray they are together with their beloved husbands ready for the big Easter celebration in Heaven! May Our Lady & St. Kateri embrace you, & comfort your grieving family. Rest in peace dear Louise. ❤️🙏🌺

Philicia Robles

March 23, 2021

She will be missed dearly by so many. Times like this make me reflect on how we all go our own ways to build our lives, sometimes far from our home. But whenever I was back in Jersey I would always make a point to stop and spend some time with my grandma Louise. I am grateful that I had a chance to talk with her one last time a few days after her 100th birthday.
I will always cherish her memory. What a dear, sweet, kind, and generous soul she was in her time here with us. Until we meet again.
Love you always Grandma.


Monica Morejon

March 23, 2021

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your mother.
My deepest sympathies go to you and your family.
Monica Morejon