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Jean F. McNally

Jean F. McNally

Jean F. McNally, 92, of Milford, NJ, passed away on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at the Country Arch Care Center in Pittstown, NJ. Born December 8, 1928 in Milford, NJ, Jean lived in Milford most of her life until moving to Frenchtown, NJ where she and her beloved husband, Jack raised their seven children. Jean moved back to Milford in 1980, where she resided for the remainder of her life. She was a 1946 graduate of Frenchtown High School and Abington Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1949. She worked as an RN at Abington, Easton and Warren Hospitals. Jean also worked alongside her husband, Jack, owner of Mac Supply in Milford, NJ, as a bookkeeper and clerk for many years before retiring in 1991. Jean was well known in the town of Milford for her smiling face and kind greeting to everyone she came in contact with. Nothing gave her more joy than being with her family, taking pictures at every event and reminiscing about all the wonderful memories they shared. She was also an avid Phillies fan for many years. She was active of the Frenchtown School PTO when her children attended school there, The Riegel Ridgers, and a current member of the Abington Hospital Alumni Association. Jean was a beloved member of the St. Edward R.C. Church as well.

Daughter of the late Frank E. and Mildred (Amberman) Fleck, Jean is survived by her beloved husband of nearly 71 years, John “Jack” McNally, her six sons Thomas McNally of Mt. Pleasant, NJ, James McNally of Springvale, ME, Donald McNally and his wife Connie of Warren Glen, NJ, John McNally and his wife Mardel of Geneva, IL, David McNally and his wife Nancy of Milford, NJ, and Paul McNally and his wife Jennifer of Waxhaw, NC, her daughter Kathleen Petro and her husband Mark of Holland Township, NJ, her sister Eva Alles of Westminster, MD, her grandchildren Jessica, Joel, Kimberly, Jayne, Mike, Matthew, Katie, Sean, John, Leah, TJ, Julia, Max, Mary, and Tess, and great-grandchildren Evalee, Vance, Levi, Oliveen, Lucy, Mason, Cooper and Ava. Jean is predeceased by her grandson Edward McNally and her daughter-in-law Judy McNally.

The family will receive relatives and friends for a visitation on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 from 4-7 PM at the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home, 24 Church Road, Holland Township, NJ. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 11 AM at St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church, 61 Mill Street, Milford, NJ. Interment will follow at the Milford Union Cemetery in Milford, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church, 61 Mill St., Milford, NJ 08848.


From: Patty berkman
So sorry for your loss. Jean was such a amazing woman. I am glad I had the pleasure to know Jean. The stories she would tell me every day at work. The song we sang as well. Jean always had a smile on her face that made you smile back. Love patty

From: Fran Petiet
We are so sorry to see this, Jean was the sweetest, friendly woman, she would always have time to talk with you, so sorry for your loss of a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend to everyone. Prayers and hugs to all of you, Richard and Fran Petiet

From: Hilde and John Berhalter
To Kathy and Family: Thought we won’t be able to attend, our thoughts and prayers will be with You and your family. Please accept our condolences, loving prayers and virtual hugs!

From: Janice Heiser
Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. What an awesome lady! She not only talked the talk but walked the walk with her faith. She was such an inspiration to many people with her friendliness, helpfulness and love. She treasured her family and the amazing times spent together. May all of your memories help you through this difficult time. Heaven rejoices with a new angel. Love Janice and John Heiser

My condolences to Tom and family. So sad to hear.

From: David+Melody Gano
A fine and gentle lady. She will be missed by all.

From: Christopher Sakos
Dear Tom and family-I’m so sorry to see your Mom has passed away. She sounded like a real nice person. I’m sure she passed on being proud to call you her son. May she Rest In Peace. —- Sincerely, Chris Sakos L.U. 475

From: Christopher Sakos
Dear Tom and family-I’m so sorry to see your Mom has passed away. She sounded like a real nice person. I’m sure she passed on being proud to call you her son. May she Rest In Peace. —- Sincerely, Chris Sakos L.U. 475

From: Lynn Gibus Mohr
So sorry to all of you for your loss! I had the pleasure of meeting your Mom a long time ago when I was in high school! Loved her then ! Love to you all ! Lynn

From: Mary Lou Kalman
Deepest Condolences. Thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time.

From: Sean Miller
A mother’s love is alive forever. In the lessons she taught, the patience she gave, the comfort she created, the love she shared, and in the hearts of the children she raised. My prayers go out to all of you in this time of great sadness. To my friend Paul in your time of loss. The love of a mother can never be replaced. Her caring nature and her warm spirit will live on in you always.

From: Priscilla Phillips Cottman
My prayers and condolences to all of you. I have so many wonderful memories of her while we were all growing up. I am so sorry for your loss.

From: David Harder
Dear McNally Family (certainly a large one), Linda and I are saddened to hear of "Mrs Mac's" passing. Every time we entered Mac Supply she sincerely inquired how we were doing. She was interested in the goin ons in our lives and took the time to ask. In my pre parent/pre married days I always admired her ability to "manage" the large McNally family. Not a simple task. Many fond memories of Mrs Mac as the Mom of our best friends. We trust she remains in good hands and wish comfort to the McNally family. God speed, David and Linda

From: Johnson Verna
I am so sorry to hear of Jeans passing! I have only wonderful memories of all our gatherings growing up! I fondly remember when Jean an Jack came to visit Dwight and I when we lived in Poquoson many years ago! Spending that time with them was so natural and just highlighted the good times. Love and miss you all! Verna (Phillips) Johnson

From: Dawn Sherman Gardner
So sorry to have read this yesterday or i would have gone to the viewing. My parents were friends of Jack and Jeans years ago. My heart reaches out to all of you.

From: Patricia Winter Neuner
My sincere condolences to the McNally family on the passing of Jean. My mother was Jean’s cousin and was named after her mother, Mildred. I remember visiting each other’s homes. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

From: Jim Vogt
To Don and all the McNallys , my since condolences for your loss , Jean was a kindhearted and wonderful lady. She always had a great smile and plenty of humor to share.

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