Meg Bannick

(Asbury Park Press)

Meg Bannick, 47, of Spring Lake Heights, passed away Friday Aug. 13, 2010 at Jersey Shore Medical Center with her family and friends by her side after a long illness. Meg grew up in Spring Lake with a large family and lots of friends. She began her career at a young age of 13 working at Jean Louise Candies and eventually became owner in 1992. Meg was passionate about her job whether it was making the candy or making the customers smile. She touched everyone whom met her with her generosity and warm heart that will never be forgotten. She loved helping everyone and giving as much as she could. Meg enjoyed spending time with her family, her dog Sandi, watching movies and playing cards. After defeating cancer, numerous surgeries and other health problems she is known for being an amazingly strong, caring and positive woman, who will be missed by everyone.
She can now be reunited with her son, Bobby; her parents, Edward and Barbara Gunning; sister-in-law, Sherri Gunning. Meg is survived by her husband, Robert and her daughters, Barbara and Brittany and loving cocker spaniel, Sandigirl; sisters, Tara, Kelly, Colleen, Tracey and Barbara; her brothers, Dan, Mark, Brian, Sean and Michael; Nieces, Barbara, Catherine, Jenny, Julia and Samantha; her Nephews, Matthew, Chris and Mark and her mother-in-law, Diane.
Memorial Gathering will on Wednesday from 6-9PM at the Neary Quinn Funeral Home, 39 South St., Manasquan. Cremation will be private.

Funeral Home

Neary Quinn Funeral Home
39 South Street Manasquan, NJ 08736
(732) 223-0003

Published in Asbury Park Press on Aug. 15, 2010