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 Lee-Meehan, Janet
Born: 10/21/1943
Died: 08/31/2017
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Lee-Meehan, Janet

Lee-Meehan, Janet age 73 of Milford, PA passed away peacefully Thursday August 31, 2017 at the Belle Reve Senior Living home in Milford, PA.  Daughter of the late William and Ann Mabie, born and raised in Wayne NJ, she lived a great American life in various NJ towns including Cape May and Newton.  Janet spent her retirement years in Honesdale P.A. where she enjoyed a relaxed lifestyle with great friends.

 

Janet is remembered primarily as a loving mother, grandmother and God mother.  She was a dedicated worker at Dolan & Dolan law firm for 20 years.  She was a master at entertainment and cooking; she absolutely loved to host celebrations with friends and family at her various homes over the years.  She had a deep fondness for the ocean, quiet lakes and country waterscapes which is apparent in her personal artwork and paintings for which Janet’s family and friends enjoy to this day. 

 

Survivors include her beloved son Robert Christopher and her cherished granddaughters Devan and Paige, all of Newton, NJ.   The family sincerely thanks the staff at Compassionate Care Hospice and Belle Reve.

 

               A Funeral Mass will be held Saturday September 23 at 10 AM in the St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church #24 Halsted St. Newton, NJ.  In lieu of flowers, memorials in Janet’s name may be made to Family Promise of Sussex County at 19 Church Street, Newton, NJ 07860.  www.familypromisesussex.com/donate
 
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Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of your loved one. May God almighty father of tender mercies continue to comfort you all ( 2 Corinthians 1 : 3,4 ). Please know that God has promised to remove death, tears, mourning, outcry and pain ( Revelation 21 : 4 ). How eager we are to see the fulfillment of this promise. The Bible also provides assurance of a resurrection hope for our dead loved ones at John 5 : 25. May God continue to be with you all through this difficult time. Please visit www.jw.org for words of encouragement.
Zinne Suji
To make a new friend at my age was amazing. Janet became a dear friend about ten years ago when she moved down the street. We spent a day every week shopping, going to movies, antiquing, eating her wonderful dinners or just taking rides to unfamiliar towns. We took a cruise to Bermuda, snorkeled and came home during a hurricane. We even got tattoos. I will never forget her. She loved her son and granddaughters and loved taking photos and sharing them. When I was hospitalized for 8 days she brought me a pitcher of ice tea every morning and stayed to keep me company. She enjoyed spending time with my mother and daughters. I hope she knew how much she was loved.
Rosemarie Pace
So sorry to hear this! Such a lovely lady with such great decorating taste!! She gave me a beautiful table cloth that I use on special occasions. I'll think of it more fondly now when I use it. God bless her son and his family. May she Rest In Peace
Heather Holmes Komar
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