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Jacquelyn Pannullo

Toms River

Jacquelyn Pannullo passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 26th surrounded by her loving family. Originally from Old Bridge, she raised her children in Brick with her beloved husband, John, prior to relocating to Toms River several years ago.

She was as smart as she was beautiful. An accomplished nurse for most of her life, she found joy helping those around her. A self-proclaimed style icon, behind her oversized sunglasses she was pure sunshine.

Her new mission almost certainly takes her to a sunny beach where she will be socializing, singing along to her favorite songs, and reading to her heart's content. A big hat, a crisp white shirt, and a manicure are guaranteed to be there as well. She left explicit instructions for her husband, children, and friends to celebrate her life and remember her fondly, a task which she expects you all take very seriously.

Jacquelyn was the adored wife of John Pannullo for nearly 34 wonderful years - she was the light of his life. She was the treasured mother of her five children: Cristofer, Rachel, Collin, Morgan, and Sara - they thought she hung the moon.

Surviving are her dear mother Millicent Glaser, wonderful brothers: Michael Glaser and wife Denise, Evan Glaser and wife Kathleene, Craig Glaser, Jeffery Glaser, and David Glaser; her mother-in-law Catherine Pannullo; sisters-in-law: Kathleen and husband Mel Perez, Rosemary Pannullo and Abe Caldes, and Dawn Glaser; her son-in-law Joseph Schepis; as well as her many loving nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her father, Melvin Glaser, and father-in-law, Carmine Pannullo.

Jacquey had a large circle of friends that always kept her laughing; she was incredibly grateful for the richness they brought to her life.

No services are planned. Instead, her family ask that you continue to speak of Jacquey's adventures and tell her stories, for so long as you laugh and speak about her - she will be with you.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Apr. 29, 2017
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