Jane Hollander
June 13, 1924 - September 20, 2011
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Jane Hollander, of Long Branch passed away September 20th at the Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. She was born in Newark and lived most of her life in Interlaken and Elberon before moving to West End. She was pre-deceased by her parents Dolores Smith Hollander and Leonard A. Hollander and her brother Alfred Hollander. Jane …
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Rich Gillette left a message on September 29, 2012:
I was Jane's mailman off and on for the last 15 years.I first met Jane when she lived on greens ave. we became friends and would chat about politics. I have fond memories of this great Lady.
Cheryl and Zoe Colletti left a message on September 25, 2012:
My daughter and I had the opportunity to get to know Jane over the past few months doing errands for her. I can not say how happy I am to have had the opportunity to know her. She had the best sense of humor and always made us laugh. She was so kind and wonderful to my daughter, who saw Jane as another "Grandma" She would keep a special bag of cookies for Zoe to have a snack whenever we stopped over. I was so sad to hear of her passing...she will be missed.
Shirley Fitzpatrick left a message on September 23, 2012:
I met Jane Hollander in 1975 when I started working in the Development Department at Monmouth Medical Center. She took me under her wing and became my mentor. Jane taught me to spot a misplaced modifier and to appreciate the beauty of a well-turned phrase. I always teased Jane about her celebration of holidays, which I described as "eclectic." Although she was Jewish, she celebrated Easter (loved bunnies) and Christmas (loved Santa), along with all the rest of us. We had stayed in touch over the past 25 years. She was a true gem and I will miss her. Condolences to the Hollander family and to her dear and faithful friend, Mary Heinle.
Suzy Hollander left a message on September 23, 2012:
I live in Los Angeles, so Jane and I had lost touch. However, two years ago we had the most wonderful conversation and caught up, and she shared so much of our family history. We really connected, and I'm so sad she's gone. I was looking forward to seeing her over the holidays. Jane was a wonderful lady and will be missed.
Jennie Lutze RN left a message on September 21, 2012:
Jane my visits with you were always fun and you made me laugh. I hope where ever you are,you are enjoying a cocktail and that long awaited cigarette. I will remember you forever and am happy to have had the pleasure of knowing you.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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