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 Marshall, Kathleen
Born: 02/25/1943
Died: 01/08/2014
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Marshall, Kathleen

Marshall, Kathleen age 70 of Byram Twp., NJ died Wednesday January 8, 2014 at the Newton Medical Center. Born in Jersey City she grew up there and had lived there for many years before moving to Byram Twp. twenty years ago. Daughter of the late Ernest and Helen (Linehan) Andersen, Kathleen was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She was a dedicated homemaker and loved spending as much time as possible with her grandchildren. Survivors include her beloved husband Larry W., her son Larry and his wife Laura, her daughters Susan and her husband Frank Raso, and Karen Marshall all of Byram Township. Also surviving are her grandchildren Frank and Andrew Raso, Eric and Ryan Marshall, Allison, Samantha and Sara Brown, Kaitlyn Tatro, as well as her brother Jerry Anderson. Funeral Mass will be held Monday January 13, 2014 at 10:00 AM in the Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church #48 Tranquility Rd. Andover, NJ. Visitation will be held Sunday January 12, 2014 from 2-4 and 7-9 PM in the Iliff Ruggiero Funeral Home, 156 Main Street, Newton, N.J In lieu of flowers memorials in Kathleen’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital www.stjude.org  
 
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Kathy was such a dear wonderful person. She was one of the quiet and sweet ones in school. I was very lucky to have her as a friend in JC as kids and hanging on the stoop with our friends. Rest in peace and God Bless!
Joan Lau Kopps
She will always be Mrs Marshall to me. There are so many wonderful memories I have from being a kid in Jersey City eating cereal for dinner to boat rides on Cranberry Lake. I don't remember a time a smile was not on her face. It's sad to see such a beautiful person leave this earth however heaven just gained an amazing angel.
Lori Johansen
Kathy was a wonderful person, loving and kind, but also brave when there were difficult challenges. I will always remember the laughter and good times we shared from the time we were children throughout our lives. When I picture Kathy, I see her wonderful smile. Sharon P. Smith
Sharon P. Smith
Our lives change in an instant but our memories do not. Kathy, Jerry, Sharon (and later Larry) all grew up together in summers at the lake. I will never forget her laughter and patience with two younger boys' teasing. We also got to pick the board games played during rainy afternoons and she made them fun. She will be in our prayers.
Kerry and Pauline
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