Ida Kervatt
1922 - 2021
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Ida Kervatt
Ogdensburg - Ida Kervatt, 98, of Ogdensburg, NJ passed away Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Valley View Nursing Home, Newton, NJ. Ida was born in Ogdensburg, December 15th, 1922. She was employed at Accurate Forming, Hamburg, NJ for 25 years. Ida enjoyed spending time with her family and many friends. She was an avid reader of English history.
Ida is predeceased by her brothers Arthur Wardle, Raymond Wardle and sister Madge Glynn. She is survived by her sons Carl Kervatt and wife Gail, Kevin Kervatt and wife Denise and daughter Sharon Mihalik and husband John, six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
The family would like to thank Valley View Nursing Home. The staff provided many years of loving care for Ida.

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Published in The New Jersey Herald from Feb. 19 to Feb. 21, 2021.
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3 entries
February 22, 2021
Kevin,Carl, Sharon and family,
So sorry for the loss of your mom.
Ken, Sherry, Christopher, Jamie, Jordyn and Isabella
Ken & Sherry Smith
Family
February 22, 2021
Carl, Kevin, and Sharon-
So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. You've always been friends of our family and so I have a lot of good memories from when we were growing up together. I am always glad to see you when I make it back to New Jersey. Thinking of you-Paul Paiva
Paul Paiva
Friend
February 22, 2021
One of Accurate Forming’s better workers. She was a great
person with a keen sense of humor. I enjoyed her very much.
Mike Busacco
Plant Manager
Michael Busacco
Coworker
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