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Mary St. John

AGE: 73 • Leonardo

Mary St. John, age 73, of Leonardo died Friday, March 10, 2017 at Riverview Medical Center of Red Bank, NJ surrounded by her family. Mary was born in New York, NY where she lived until 1977 when she moved to Leonardo.

Before her marriage, Mary worked for F.W. Woolworth and C. Howard Chewing Gum Co. both in Manhattan. After her children were born she decided to become a full time homemaker.

She was a proud lifetime member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 338 and was also a member of Murphy's Association in Leonardo.

She was predeceased by her parents Frank and Mary Keenan and a Son Gerard Jr in 1968 and her brothers John, Thomas, William, Edward and Robert.

Mary's pride and joy was her family and she will always be remembered as a loving sister, mother, and grandmother.

The Family would like to acknowledge the kind and compassionate care Mary received during her last days at Riverview Medical Center.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years Gerard "Jerry" St. John; her fantastic daughters Kimberly and her husband Dean Kirk, Kathleen Rossi, Theresa and her husband John Healy, and Elizabeth and her husband Ian Barclay; her fabulous grandchildren Michael, Cassandra, Haley, Daniel, Ashley, Christopher, Madison and Brielle; and sisters Alice, Florence and Loretta.

Calling hours will be Sunday, March 12 from 02:00-5:00pm at John P. Condon Funeral Home LLC, 804 St. Hwy. #36, Leonardo, NJ.

The funeral will be held 10:00 am on Monday, March 13 at St. Agnes Church, 103 Center Ave, Atlantic Highlands, NJ. Burial will be in Mt Olivet Cemetery, Middletown following the Mass.

In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy should be directed to Riverview Medical Center Foundation, The Salvation Army or a .
Published in Asbury Park Press on Mar. 11, 2017
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