In Memory

Jane Serbek (Shuff) VIEW PROFILE


Class of 1965

Shuff, Jane S. age 65 of New Gretna, Burlington County passed away at her home onJune 4, 2013. 

Jane was employed by the Law Firm of Joseph Kurzrok Esquire in Tuckerton for 23years. She was a life member and director of the New Gretna Old Home Society and also a member of Tuckerton Chapter Order of the Eastern Star.
Born in Hackensack,NJ, she resided in Rivervale, Bergen County prior to moving to New Gretna in 1978. 
Jane was predeceased by her parents John N. and Helen Serbek and her brother Dwight D. Serbek.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband Woodley E. of 43 years; her sons Steven and Gregory (Stacy); her two grandchildren Clara Grace and HarrisonGregory; her brother J. Donald Serbek; two nieces Jonell and Elizabeth; her Aunt Ann Serbek and many dear friends.
Visitation will be Monday, June 10th from 1 until 3 PM at the New Gretna Presbyterian Church 19 N. Maple Ave, New Gretna, NJ 08224 with a service to begin at 3 PM.  Eastern Star services will be offered at 2 PM. Private burial will be held at Miller Cemetery in New Gretna. 
Services have been entrusted to Wimberg Funeral Home 211 E. Great Creek Rd, Galloway, NJ (609)-641-0001
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Memorial contributions are being requested in lieu of flowers to the New Gretna OldHome Society PO Box 133, New Gretna, NJ 08224 in care of Peter H. Stemmer, Treasurer.
Published in The Record 06-07-2013
The Record 06-07-13

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06/09/13 02:56 PM #1    

Carla Belsky (Aiston)


Carla Belsky Aiston

The sad news of Jane Serbecks' passing was like a reality lightening bolt. I don't know where all the years went.

Wondering what happened to many of my classmates. Having a better long term memory than short; I remember the little things that most didn't pick- up on. We call it trivia but being an artist, I always saw things out side the box so to speak.

Jane and I met in the 7th grade at George G. White School in Hillsdale,NJ and  then in high school.

Jane was quiet and shy a lot like many of us. She was more reserved and always meticulously dressed. Her little cotton dresses were always freshly ironed, her socks were matching and folded down neatly, both at the same hight, shoes polished and always a smile on her face. I remember her hair flipping up at the ends which was the style back then. I'm saddened that I will never see her again at a reunion but I remember her well and always will. I was lucky to have known her. She will be missed by many.

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