Eleanor Battisto

Obituary of Eleanor Carin Battisto

Eleanor Carin Battisto

Boonton – Eleanor C. Battisto, 98, of Boonton NJ, passed away on April 23, 2020 at Boonton Care Center.

Born at home in Dover NJ, Eleanor later moved to Morris Plains, graduating from Morristown High School in 1940.

In 1940 Eleanor married Harold Jacobus of Towaco, who predeceased her in 1954. She remarried in 1962 to Orlando (Bob) Battisto of Montville. He passed away in 1994.

She was a faithful parishioner of the Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church in Boonton Twp. Eleanor will be remembered by all family and friends as a woman with a warm generous heart, and always quick to make friends upon meeting someone new. She was a devoted and loving wife, and a dedicated mother.

Before her retirement, Eleanor worked at Aircraft Radio Corporation in Boonton Twp., and Sweda International in Pine Brook.

Eleanor is survived by her four daughters, Carin Hart of GA, Susan Brewton of GA,  Linda Bubnick (her husband Richard) of Boonton, Barbara Battisto of Boonton, grandsons Jeffrey Hart (his wife Michelle) Michael Bubnick (his wife Jessica), Charles Brewton (his wife Jennifer), granddaughters Kathleen Hart, Jennifer May (Bubnick) her husband James, Jessica Brewton, great-grandsons   James and Jacob May, great-granddaughters Kayla and Samantha Bubnick.

Eleanor is predeceased by her parents Harry and Edna, and her siblings, Walter and Edna, her step-brother Raymond, her step-sister Helen and her nieces Sharon Walker of MD and Marcia Evans of MN.

Donations in Eleanor’s memory can be made to Shriners Hospital for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607 or via website www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org, or Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church, 38 Valley Road, Boonton Twp., NJ 07005, or Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter, 194 Rt. 10 West, East Hanover, NJ 07936 or via website https://njshelter.org.

A Remembrance Service will be take place at a later date.

Arrangements are under the care of Dangler Lewis and Carey Funeral Home of Boonton.

 

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