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Anne M. North

AGE: 79 • Dunellen

Anne M. North, 79, of Dunellen, New Jersey passed away on Monday, Oct. 17, 2011 after a brief illness. Anne was born in Hazleton, PA and graduated St Gabriel's High School in 1950. She graduated valedictorian of her Sacred Heart Nursing School in 1953 and embarked on a career that lasted right up to her passing. Anne married her high school sweetheart, J. Gerald North in 1956. Anne has lived in Dunellen since 1965 and was an active communicant of St. Johns Church. She was a lifelong member of the Catholic Daughters, Alter Rosary Society and served on numerous committees. She also loved watching her children and grandchildren participate in sports and spent the last 46 years in bleachers across Central Jersey.

Anne was predeceased by her husband, Jerry, in 1999. She is survived by her children, Jerry of New Egypt, NJ, Anne and her partner Barb Hellrigel of Dunellen, Joe and his wife Megan of Falls Church, Va., Beth Pergolini and her husband Gary of Havertown, Pa., Missy Rosiak and her husband Kevin of Jackson, NJ., Rose Roberts and her husband Steve of Mountain Top, Pa., Patty Wenzel and her husband Timmy of Dunellen, NJ., Cathy Rudawski and her husband Joe of Middlesex, NJ., and Michael of Dunellen, NJ. She is also survived by her brothers, Joe Ferdinand and his wife, Augusta of Hazleton, Pa., John Ferdinand and his wife Kate of Hickory, NC., and her sister, Maggie Passon and her husband Richard of Waverly, Pa., and her brother-in-law, Lee Gessler and his wife Marianne of Walnutport, Pa. Anne's loves of her life are her 22 grandchildren.

Visiting will be Wed., 2-9PM at the Sheenan Funeral Home, 233 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen. There will be a 10AM Mass of Christian Burial at St. John's Church on Thurs. Interment St. Gabriel's Cemetery, Hazleton, Pa. Donations in Anne's name would be appreciated to St. John's Church, Dunellen, NJ 08812.

Published in Courier News & Home News Tribune on Oct. 18, 2011
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