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Gail Chaiet Altschuler

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Gail Chaiet Altschuler

Ocean Township - Gail Chaiet Altschuler, 83, of Ocean Township, New Jersey passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2018.

Born July 24, 1934 at Margaret Hague Hospital in Jersey City, NJ, Gail lived in Jersey City before moving to Bradley Beach and growing up there with many fond memories.

She moved to Neptune, and then to Ocean Township in 1969 where she raised her family and had resided ever since.

She was a graduate of Asbury Park High School. She went on to graduate from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with a BA in Sociology, and later in life she went back to school and received a Master's Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University.

She was a Social Worker for Monmouth County Division of Social Services, Long Branch, NJ for over 20 years before retiring in 2000.

She was a life member of B'nai B'rith Women (now called Jewish Women International), where she was very involved and held many positions, namely President of the Central NJ Council.

She is survived by her devoted children Michael Altschuler of Ocean, NJ; Sharon and Danny DePasquale of Montclair, NJ. She is also survived by her dear brother and sister-in-law Richard and Nona Chaiet of Coconut Creek, FL. She leaves behind her cherished grandchildren: Stephanie and Eric Altschuler, Dante and Laurel DePasquale.

Services will be at Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapel 2130 Hwy #35, Ocean, NJ on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 2018 AT 10:30AM

Burial will follow at Agudath Achim Cemetery, Neptune, NJ.

The Period of Mourning will be observed at Michael Altschuler's residence Sunday and Monday.

Donations in her memory may be made to either Bnai Brith Women or Autism Speaks.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Feb. 23, 2018
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