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Judith A. McNally

Judith A. McNally

Judith A. McNally, 64, of Holland Township, NJ, passed away on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at her home.

Born December 1, 1956 in Morristown, NJ, Judy grew up in Madison and Peapack Gladstone, NJ before moving to Holland Township, NJ thirty five years ago. She graduated from Madison High School. Judy worked as a dry wall finisher, for Local Union 1976, for ten years and worked for her family’s deli, Hilltop Deli, in High Bridge, NJ. She was a homemaker, raising her beloved children. Judy loved to garden and grew delicious vegetables which she always shared. She was an amazing cook and loved cooking for friends and family. Her favorite place was the beach and the last few winters she enjoyed time on Fort Myers Beach with her husband. Judy was a member and Eucharistic Minister at St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church in Milford, NJ.

Daughter of the late Francis and Julia (Stricchiola) Artiglere, Judy is survived by her beloved husband Thomas M. McNally, with whom she would have celebrated thirty years of marriage on May 26th. She is also survived by her son Thomas “TJ” J. McNally of Alexandria Township, NJ, her daughter Julia J. McNally of Holland Township, NJ, her two brothers Frank John Artiglere and Joseph D. Artiglere and his wife Debbie. She is also survived by many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

The family will receive relatives and friends for a visitation on Friday, June 4, 2021 from 5-8 PM at the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home, 24 Church Road, Holland Township, NJ. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 10 AM at the St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church, 61 Mill Street, Milford, NJ. Cremation and interment will be held privately.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123.


From: Wendy Tinnes
Jewelry Girl...I hope Janet was at the gate waitin for ya! I know you will be as perfect in Heaven as you were here. But honey...we are all gonna miss you like air. Till we meet up again my you....Wend

From: keith artiglere
I cannot tell you how sorry I am I always enjoyed her company as young child always full of energy I spoke to my cousin earlier today the world has lost a true giant we're strong family and we always remain strong family no matter where we live matter what

From: Joyce Cangelosi
Judy was such a wonderfully kind and caring person and will be forever in our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace.

From: Joyce Cangelosi
Judy was such a wonderfully kind and caring person and will be forever in our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace.

From: Jan Mahoney
Judy was a wonderful woman and I am proud to have been her friend. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

From: Christopher V. Sakos
Tom-I'm so sorry to see Judy has passed away. I remember her being a spackler on a few jobs way back. She was always a nice person. I'm sure she passed away being proud to call you her husband. May she rest in peace. ----------Sincerly, Chris Sakos L.U. 475 Retired.

From: Dominick J Allocco JR.
Dear Thomas , Frank John and Jody, Please accept my condolences on your loss. I grew up with Judy and was extremely fond of her I am so sorry. From Dominick ,My wife Debbie and my children Nick MIKE and ALISON.

From: Rebecca (Lewis) Salvi
Sending deepest sympathy to the McNally family for your loss.

From: Lily Brady
Sorry for your lost

From: Maria Ramunni Gunther
I have such fond memories of my cousin Judy. All the sleepovers all the laughter I will never forget. She never forgot my birthday and always called me on my birthday and sang to me. As we got older we drifted apart we lived in different states but the love that we had for one another never faded. She called me on May 1st as sick as she was to wish me a happy birthday and the last words that we said to each other were I love you. She will be forever missed but I am so grateful and thankful for those memories. My condolences to the entire family, love Maria

From: Dawn L Sherman Gardner
So sorry to just be hearing this. I will miss seeing Judy at the milford market. We always had such good conversations. She was such a sweet person. A few yrs ago she mentioned she was making christmas cookies and i told her how my sister always made them for me every year. But since my sister passed nobody made me cookies anymore. Judy brought me in a tray of cookies 2 days later. She brought tears to my eyes. Heaven just got another special angel.

From: Janet Flatley
Tom and family, We are so sorry to see that Judy passed away. She was always smiling and made the world a better place. Janet & Steve Flatley

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