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Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ

OBITUARY

Josephine M. Eiermann

March 3, 1924March 10, 2020
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Josephine Eiermann, born March 3rd, 1924, passed away March 10, 2020, at the age of 96. Her husband, Aloysius J. Eiermann, to whom she was married for 67 years, predeceased her on July 9th, 2012.

She is survived by her children, Michael Eiermann (Louisa), Constance Monastra (John) and George Eiermann (Jackie), 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren, 4 sisters and 1 brother.

She retired as executive assistant to the vice-president of Nassau Savings and Loan, spending her married life as a homemaker and a banker. In 1986 she and Al moved from Smithtown, Long Island, to Leisure Knolls for 26 years before moving to the Pines at Whiting. She was very active in many organizations, in Smithtown, LI, as well in her new hometown in New Jersey: the Columbiettes, the Holy Rosary Society, the Lay Carmelites, to name a few, as well as serving as a Eucharistic m\Minister, and as a member and officer of many other organizations. Josephine was devoted to her husband, her family and to her Church.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 13, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, March 14, 2020
  • Entombment Saturday, March 14, 2020

Memories

Josephine M. Eiermann

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Linda Tirone

March 22, 2020

Dear family,
Phil & I are so saddened to hear about the passing of Josephine. Although I am an “in-law”, Josephine always made me feel like a part of the family. They visited quite often to my in-laws, Marie & Henry, so I really got to know her & Al well. We exchanged Christmas cards over the years with all the news of our families. I cherished those cards & loved her interesting thoughts & comforting words. She always asked about our oldest grandson & always said he was in her daily prayers.
Rest In Peace Josephine......I hope you’re having many gatherings & lots of fun with the family.
Love, Linda & Phil. ( Henry’s son & wife)

Jacquelyn Bello

March 15, 2020

Thoughts and prayers from my family to yours. May Aunt Josephine be in a better place full of peace and happiness.

With love,
Jackie Bello

(Phyllis Bello is my grandma)

Bernard and Sandra Hahnke

March 14, 2020

Remembering well a beautiful and charming woman...(and we loved her winter painting)...our hearts go out to all the family.
Bernard and Sandra Hahnke

John Monteiro

March 13, 2020

I was saddened by the news of Aunt Josephine's passing. I was looking forward to visiting with her again this May as I had been doing the past several years. I will miss the conversations we would have each time I visited her. She was unhappy when she realized she had to move from her lovely apartment - it was so nicely decorated, just like her lovely home on Sandpiper Court in Smithtown. I will always remember the family gatherings at the holidays, whether it was New Year's Eve, Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas. Many happy memories. Praying for the Holy Spirit to comfort the Eiermann and Monastra families. Rest in peace.

Phyllis Bello

March 13, 2020

My Dear Sister Jo and I had a very strong relationship all through my 94 yrs especially as we got older. She was a very strong gal. I choose to recall the many happy years we've shared together. We decided to take up golf to join our husbands on the course . We had many, many fun filled days. When we were all on Long Island things were different. Everyone lived within 10 minutes of each other. Today we are all in different states. How sad it is that our hearts hurt because of the distance. However Jo knows how much she is loved by all of us. We are there in Spirit! God Bless her on her Heavenly Journey!
Phyllis Ann Bello

Dorothy Scalone

March 12, 2020

Thank you my dear Sister for looking after me through the years. You did so much to help mom with the chores and helping mom take care of us 5 younger siblings. You will always be in my fondest memories.

When I was working at the local bank where you lived with Al. , You insisted I come to your house at lunchtime where I always found a sandwich for me and a beverage. Sometimes you took your baby Michael for a short walk in the sun wearing the sweater set I crocheted for him. At that time we did not know if you were having a baby boy or girl, so I crocheted a pink and blue sweater. Never had I made anything like that before, but he was our first baby in the family and it made me feel so good to see him in it on his daily walks

You had a big heart and would help any one of us. Though my heart is heavy losing you, you are once again watching over your children, their families and your(5) siblings.

Until we meet again.
Love,
Dorothy

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY