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Elizabeth McGarr

Bergenfield, New Jersey

1953 - 2017 (Age 64)

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Elizabeth McGarrElizabeth Callery McGarr, 64, of Bergenfield, NJ formerly of Brooklyn NY passed away peacefully on October 16, 2017 at the Villa Marie Claire. Beth was born on February 19, 1953 to the late Richard and Mary Ann Callery. Beth was the loving wife of Thomas, devoted sister of Richard...

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I worked with Beth for years even as a per diem nurse she always made me feel like I was a vital part of her staff. Such a wonderful person with a sincere gift of caring for all our patients. I am sorry for her passing much to soon but will remember her sweet smile and delightful personality. Tom, you completed her life when she met you! whenever she spoke of you she smiled. She will always be thought of with respect and love from all who knew her.My prayers are with her entire family.

Very sorry to hear about your loss of Beth. Our deepest sympathies.

MAY THE THOUGHT OF KNOWING THAT FAMILY AND FRIENDS SHARE IN YOUR GRIEF BRING YOU A MEASURE OF COMFORT.PLEASE READ PROV 17:17

SO SORRY to hear of your lost. I worked with Beth in staten island hospital!She was such a beautiful soul!

Beth was a wonderful Nurse Manager at SIUH. It was such a pleasure to work with her doing her payroll together. Seamed fair to her employees. She was missed when she left and was thought about. Condolences to her family.

Beth you will be Missed by ALL, My Condolances to Tom & her whole family, friends, & All her 3B staff.. She was an Awesome leader. I remember her Beautiful smile & Laughter.. I remember when I had an interview w/ her & Kathy Addeo, she saw how Nervous I was & she said: Deep breath now & let's Start. She made You feel so Comfortable!! She Always tLked about her family & Especialy Erin!! I was so Happy when she found her Husband, Tom.. her face would turn Red when he...

Beth was my nurse manager on 3b. Not only was she a great boss she was a great human being. She cared about her staff and stood by her nurses. She knew you as a person as well as an employee. She knew what mattered to you...and if it mattered to you it mattered to her. As a boss she knew how to run a unit and be strong. As a person she knew how to make you feel good about yourself .she could smile or share a joke or let her eyes well up. She wasnt afraid to show her heart. And she will live...