OBITUARY

Jane Marie Daggett

May 13, 1943October 31, 2018

Jane Marie Daggett, 75, of Whiting, N.J., passed away on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at Community Medical Center, Toms River, NJ. Born in Newark, N.J., Jane lived in Brick for 35 years before moving to Whiting. She worked for many years for Western Electric in Kearny, NJ before leaving to become a homemaker to raise her children. Once her children were grown she worked as a clerk for Great Adventure in Jackson for many years. Jane enjoyed playing with her grandchildren, working and shopping on QVC.

Jane was predeceased by her husband Raymond in 2003, and her parents Vito and Eleanor (nee McVicker) Staniulis and her brother Anthony Staniulis. She is survived by her children Eileen Morris and her husband John; her son Raymond Daggett; her sister Judith Gange and her husband Dr. Robert Gange; her grandchildren Ashley and her husband Jimmy Fisher, Brittiny and her husband Joe Eschrich and Johnathan and great grandchildren Emily, Joseph, Chase, Harold and Elizabeth.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 11:00am at the Whiting Bible Church.

  • FAMILY

  • Raymond Daggett, Spouse
  • Eleanor (nee) Mc Vicker, Mother
  • Vito Staniulis, Father
  • Anthony Staniulis, Brother
  • Eileen & husband John Morris, Daughter
  • Raymond Daggett, Son
  • Judith & husband Dr. Robert Gange, Sister
  • Ashley & husband Jimmy Fisher, Grandchild
  • Brittiny & husband Joe Eschrich, Grandchild
  • Jonathan -, Grandchild
  • Emily -, Great Grandchild
  • Joseph -, Great Grandchild
  • Chase -, Great Grandchild
  • Harold -, Great Grandchild
  • Elizabeth -, Great Grandchild

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jane Marie Daggett

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Kathy Morris

November 2, 2018

Mrs. Daggett always had a kind word for me and about my children. Always thinking about the little ones, like when she sent me, out of the blue, tickets for the Safari, which the kids truely enjoyed.
To me, she saw the circle of life, and felt blessed.

Liesa Tappert

November 2, 2018

Eileen, Ray and family,
So sorry for your loss. been friends with you since at least the 80's or before, and your mom (and dad) were always some of my favorite people at Laurelton Baptist.
Your mom and I always had an inside joke about me corrupting Ray by giving him his first rock album (Pink Floyd... another brick in the wall) She just wrote that to me on FB about a week or so ago. Will miss talking to her. Sending prayers for comfort at this difficult time. She was a great, loving lady..... Rest in Peace Mrs. Daggett.

FROM THE FAMILY