ANDOVER BOROUGH - Lee Ann Insinga, 54, died Friday, Feb. 8, 2013, with her family and friends by her side in Andover. Born in Newton on May 23, 1958, Lee Ann was a 1976 graduate of Vo-Tech High School. She grew up in Swartswood and lived in Andover Borough for the past 34 years. While growing up, Lee Ann loved riding and showing horses. At 17, Jake and Lee Ann were married and began growing and nurturing their beautiful family while continuing to be a wonderful sister. Lee Ann was a loving wife of more than 37 years, mother, sister and grandmother who enjoyed spending time with her family. Her thirst for knowledge and technology was endless. Lee Ann always had some new gadget that she knew in and out! She also enjoyed camping, exploring new places and meeting new people. Lee Ann's bright and bubbly personality made everyone smile; she always laughed and giggled at her husband's less than intelligent jokes. Her love for her family, especially her grandchildren, knew no bounds. The mark that she left on all those she touched is immeasurable. "WHERE ARE MY BEATERS?" The daughter of the late Beverly Ungerer, Lee Ann also was predeceased by her grandson, Anthony James Foley. She is survived by her husband, Jacky "Jake" Insinga; her children, Christina O'Keefe, of Wilson, N.C., and Jacky Insinga II and wife, Kirsten, of Tannersville, Pa.; her father, James F. Ungerer, of Mobile, Ala.; five grandchildren, Damon, Shane, Myles, Kallie and Peyton; her sisters, Patricia Ungerer-Wood of North Carolina and Barbara Ungerer-Lamm of Wilson, N.C.; her brothers, Ernest Ungerer and his wife of Florida, Bruce Ungerer and his wife of Alabama; her brother-in-law, Phillip Insinga and his wife, Joyce, of Mahwah; and numerous nieces and nephews. No memorial service will be held at this time. When warmer weather arrives, Lee Ann will be honored at one of her favorite places. Memorial donations may be made to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (for ALS), 126 Paterson St., New Brunswick, NJ 08901. Arrangements are under the direction of Smith-McCracken Funeral Home, 63 High St., Newton. Online condolences may be offered at www.smithmccrackenfuneralhome.com.
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Published in The New Jersey Herald on Feb. 10, 2013