OBITUARY

Mabel Stolte

May 19, 1926April 6, 2018

Mabel Stolte died peacefully on April 6, 2018 at the Pines’ Hamilton Place in Whiting, NJ. Born in 1926 in Richmond Hill, NYC, she moved to Whiting in 1980 and brought with her much of her garden. Mabel graduated from Southside HS and went on to receive her B.S. degree from Pratt Institute and an M.S. from Penn State.

Mabel liked to garden and help people. She worked with several different organizations in the NY & NJ area, including the NJ Extension Service and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation in Hempstead, NY. She also served as a consultant with a prosthetic researcher.

Mabel was preceded in death by her mother and father, Ruth and Henry Stolte; a sister, Ethel (Robert) Thoma; and a brother, Henry H. (Marjorie) Stolte. She is survived by a brother, William (Annriette) Stolte; nephews: Paul Thoma and Matthew (Pam) Stolte; nieces: Alesia (Stephen) Frerichs , and Margot (Doug) Burns; and eight grandnephews and nieces.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 9:30am at the Community Reformed Church, 30 Lacey Rd. Whiting, NJ. Burial will follow at the Greenfield Cemetery in Hempstead, NY. Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ is in charge of the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Community Reformed Church where she had been an active member since moving to Whiting.

For more information or to post a tribute, please visit the website at www.andersoncampbellwhiting.com.

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 10, 2018
  • Committal Service Tuesday, April 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mabel Stolte

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Patricia Polchak

April 10, 2018

Mabel was a friend and I will miss her! Her bright blue eyes and wide grin were shared with us every day and I am grateful I had the chance to know her. She was a resolute woman and determined in her pursuit of doing her very best. She was an intellectually brilliant woman and I admired her very much. She was excellent in debate and when she tried to be stern, those blue eyes would smile and then so would the rest of her face. Mabel made a mark in this world and she will be missed. My condolences to the family!

Patricia Polchak

FROM THE FAMILY