Jan Beck Tunnera

May 27, 1967 - Apr 18, 2013 (Age 45)

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Dear: Frank
My deepest sympathy for you and your children. I know that there are no words to describe the deep pain that was left in your heart. I did not get to know Jan much , but the few times we saw each other were enough to tell you that she was a very nice person and with a noble heart. When I found out that Jan had deceased I got very sad. I will light a candle and pray in her honor. My regards to you and your family.

If Jan was here, you know you'd all be getting thank you cards just for posting. Thoughtful, loving and kind, even to the end....I miss you already. Won't be the same sharing a piece of cheesecake with anyone else. Breath easy, I love you.

Deepest sympathies Frank, Julianna, and Alyssa. Your mom was so proud of you girls. She was the true meaning of wife, mother, and friend. Her kindness, generosity, and warm loving smile will never be forgotten. She will be tremendously missed but will live on in all of our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. May the light you brought into our lives shine even brighter from heaven above.

Jan.. I will always remember your gentle, kind soul and your sense of humor. I will hold onto & remember our long talk outside of church when your mom passed... we covered just about everything.. even through your last few months of your illness you still somehow found a way to make someone feel like they were so important.. You were so loved by so many.. RIP Jan.. prayers for Frank, Julianna & Alyssa that will always feel your warmth surrounding them always.. Annette Leuzzi xo

Deepest Sympathies to Frank, Julianna and Alyssa. May the love Jan had for all of you stay with you forever. She was a wonderful friend and will be missed.
Love, The Quivelli Family

Forty-Five years of Beck/DeNigris friendship. The play dates, parties, celebrations, holidays, nightly visits. Forty-Five years of endless laughter. We weren't just friends, we were sisters. Our families are intertwined. How blessed we were to have Jan in our lives. We have learned so much from her. Jan showed all of us how to live our lives in both good and bad times...an example for all. If she were her right now she would tell us all to cherish one another, hold close your memories, laugh...

Jan, I've know you since high school, but it wasn't until Paige and Alyssa were in kindergarten did I really get to know you. You were such a kind soul. You were always happy and smiling. I can't begin to tell you how much you will be missed. You will always be in our hearts. RIP sweet Jan.

Always smiling ,,,,

Jan and I met in Chorus at Suffern HS and were friends ever since. We shared the best and worst times of our lives with each other, and our daughters became friends. Jan was the kindest, most loyal, generous and grateful person I have ever known. She never missed sending a card for a birthday or an anniversary, and was always, always smiling. Even in her last hours with us, she was determined to tell all of us how much our friendships meant to her. She will leave a void that can never be...


Jan's Obituary

Jan (Beck) Tunnera a long time Airmont, NY resident passed away on April 18,2013 with her family by her side she was 45. Born May 27,1967 to Edward and Rae Beck, Jan graduated Suffern High School and attended Dominican and Rockland Community Colleges. Jan is survived by her husband Frank, and her...

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