Jessie Falkenstern
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Jessie Falkenstern

Norwood - Jessie Elizabeth Nally Falkenstern, 95 of Norwood and Holly Park, left with her angels on June 7, 2021. She happily celebrates her reunion with George, her childhood sweetheart and loving husband of 62 years, and her son Glenn and daughter Joyce. Honoring her memory are her sons George, Wayne, and Ed and her daughter in laws Sharon, Pat, Nancy, and Alison. An adoring contingent of 10 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren will cherish memories of their time spent with Grandma at home in Norwood and down the Jersey Shore. Jessie is predeceased by her siblings Marcella, Eileen, Richard, Pat, Loretta, and John. Jessie is survived by her beloved sister Anita and husband Harold and her large family of nieces and nephews. Jessie loved many things especially spending time and celebrating holidays with her family and friends at her little white house in Holly Park. She was a longtime member of both the Norwood Presbyterian Church and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Norwood Fire Department. We know she is smiling now next to Big George.

A viewing will be held Friday from 7 to 9PM at Moritz Funeral Home in Closter, followed by a Service 10AM Saturday.

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Published in Northern Valley Sub North from Jun. 8 to Jun. 17, 2021.
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June 13, 2021
A fantastic lady who will be missed. Was like my second Mom growing up with by BFF Glenn.. Our heart goes out to the family.
Dan Gannon
June 11, 2021
Hey Wayne
June 10, 2021
I am lucky to have memories of how good Aunt Jessie was to me when I was young,at Holly Park and when the families lived together.
Our thoughts are with you all.
Dick and Jan Falkenstern
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