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 Stanek, Mildred A.
Born: 04/01/1928
Died: 07/04/2014
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Stanek, Mildred A.

           Stanek, Mildred A. age 86 of Hampton Twp., NJ died peacefully Friday July 4, 2014 at Bristol Glen Newton, NJ. Born and raised in Mayfield, PA she had resided many years in Newark and East Hanover before moving to Hampton Twp. in 2005.          

           Daughter of the late Peter and Eva Krohta; Mildred had worked many years as a Secretary for the Ingersoll Rand Corp. of E. Hanover, NJ until her retirement. A devout parishioner of the St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church Newton as well as a former parishioner of the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church E. Hanover, Mildred served as a Eucharistic Minister.  She was also a member of the Don Bosco Columbiettes #7784 Newton and an active member of the Hampton Twp. Senior Citizens.  

           Mrs. Stanek was pre deceased by her beloved husband Frank as well as her brother Michael Krohta, survivors include her sons David and his wife Michaela of Morristown and Thomas and his wife Barbara of Fredon Twp, and her daughter Barbara and her husband Robert Blanton of Fredon Twp. Also surviving are her grandchildren Michael Brian, Whitney, Matthew and Emily Stanek and Conner and Christian Blanton.

              Visitation will be held Monday July 7th from 4 to 7 PM in the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home #156 Main St. (Rt. 206) Newton, NJ. A Mass of Christian Burial  will be held Tuesday July 8th at 9:30 AM in the St. Rose of Lima RC Church #312 Ridgedale Ave. E. Hanover, NJ 08936. Interment will immediately follow in the Gate of Heaven RC Cemetery E. Hanover, NJ. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Karen Ann Quinlan Home for Hospice #99 Sparta Ave. Newton, NJ.

 
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We were neighbors on Walnut Terrace for many years and often got together with Frank and Milly for a drink of something or other on our patio or the Stanek's porch. Milly and Irm liked to read and would suggest book titles to each other. Often, Irm and Milly took turns driving to St. Rose of Lima Church for the Saturday evening Mass and afterwards stand in either driveway and chat for another hour. Good memories!
Gus and Irm Young
Our condolences to all of the Stanek family, Gus and Irm Young
Gus and Irm Young
Dave, Tom & Barbara I was so sorry to read of moms passing. May your memories sustain you through this difficult time. I remember all the fun times we had on Walnut Terr. May God Bless you all and your Families.
Kathy Filipow Nakonechny
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