Arleen Natelson
September 2, 1929 - February 12, 2021
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Arleen Natelson, 91 of Little Silver died at her home on Friday, February 12th. Mrs. Natelson, eldest daughter of Reuben and Eva Grant, was born and raised in Newark. She met her future husband Bernard ‘Bud’ Natelson while both families were summering at the Shore. They married in June 1950 and, after a European honeymoon, …
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Al and Ann Ferguson left a message on March 2, 2021:
Dear Bud, Arleen was one of the truly beautiful people that we met when we came back to this area, beauty both in and out. We are so sorry that we cannot get together to share our sadness and maybe make this time easier for you. Al and Ann
Renee Maxwell left a message on February 28, 2021:
Bud, Rabbi Steven, David and Richard . wives, grandchildren, great grandchildren . . . My thoughts are with you at this sad time. Arleen was a woman of dignity, intelligence and passion in what she did. Amazing. The world is not a better place without her. Renee Maxwell, Red Bank Regional High School
Wendy Sabin and Jack Zaraya left a message on February 17, 2021:
We were so moved by the beautiful service for Arleen. Your words and emotions portrayed the way we remember her, totally selfless and unconditionally devoted to her family as a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her love of life and participation in all things despite the physical obstacles were truly amazing. She was a “Woman for All Seasons.”
Jeff Kolsky left a message on February 15, 2021:
I are so sorry to hear of Arlene's passing. She always had a smile whenever I would see her while I knew of the pain she was in . My thoughts and prayers are with you. May her memory be a blessing. Jeff Kolsky
Rick Natelson left a message on February 15, 2021:
Hello Bud, David, Steve and Rich, I’m so very saddened to learn of Arleen’s passing. Like you, I and so many others will remember Arleen as the wonderful person she was, beautiful inside and out, kind, generous, sincere and loving. Also so very courageous fighting through her painful final years, a battle she never could win and yet she lived every day as best she could, without complaint and with positive outlook, dignity and grace. And how very fortunate she was for the ever-present support and love of Bud, her adoring husband of 70+ years, along with her boys and her extended family. May Arleen forever be a blessing to us all, that we too can strive to be the best person we can be. And may her memory provide you with lasting comfort in these sorrowful days of mourning. With deep condolences and much love, Rick
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Monty Fisher left a message on February 15, 2021:
Buddy, I am sorry to learn of your wife’s passing. May you be comforted by wonderful memories and have no further sorrows for many years to come.
Amy left a message on February 14, 2021:
Amazing Aunt Arleen! Always up on and interested in all the "action"... who was doing what/getting married/having babies, etc. And such a trooper!! Even when things were tough, she managed to attend parties, celebrations and family get togethers - and always with a hug and a smile. Just a few years ago, when she learned I began playing bridge, she took the time and effort to send me an old bridge book of hers and offered to help with any bridge questions that might arise. She loved her family - and especially loved to discuss her grandchildren's goings on...she was so proud of them all. She was a beautiful, special and incredibly strong person and will be missed by everyone who knew her. Sending prayers and love to the whole family. xoxo, Amy
Robyn Rossnagel left a message on February 14, 2021:
My sincere condolences on your loss.
Barbara Chafkin left a message on February 14, 2021:
A friend who was always fun to be with, share ideas about plays we saw and dinners where we forgot to bring the wine and had a great time.
Richard A Bovie left a message on February 14, 2021:
I was employed at Natelson's Clothing Store in Red Bank back in the 70's and remember the Natelson family well. Though, I never got to know Mrs. Natelson except when she came into the store, I remember her as a very kind and personable lady. I wish to send my sincerest condolences to Mr. Bud Natelson and the Natelson Family. May she eternally Rest In Peace.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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