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Jean Weston


SERVICE UPDATE:Friends are invited to join the family for a memorial service which has been scheduled for 12 noon on Saturday, October 21, 2017 for both Jean and her husband Fred at the Preakness Reformed Church, 131 Church Lane, Wayne, NJ.

Jean Weston, age 90, of Wayne, NJ passed away on June 9, 2017.

Jean was born in the small Welsh mining village of Garnant, Carmarthenshire to George Dykins Wilson and Ethel Mary (née Silk) Wilson.

In February, 1949 Jean married the love of her life, Fred Weston and together they raised three children. Devoted mother of son Kevin Weston and his wife Mary Beth, daughter Barbara Weston and her husband Bob Pronovost and son Philip Weston. Proud grandmother of Shawn Weston and his wife Jaclyn, Bryan Weston and his wife Emily and Laura (née Weston) Granados and her husband Carlos. Great grandmother to Tyler, Gavin, Max and Lia Weston and Sofia Granados.

Jean was pre-deceased by her sister Mary Margaret, brother William and sister Rita Eileen and is survived by her brother Brian.

Fred and Jean emigrated to the United States from South Wales in June, 1966 with their three children and since then have traveled all over the world together. Fred and Jean's most recent trip was to Florida in order to celebrate Jean's 90th birthday.

Jean was a member of the Preakness Reformed Church and an accomplished bridge player. Jean will always be remembered for her elegance, poise and unselfishness. Jean's loving, compassionate and caring attention that she shared with all whom she touched is sorely missed.

A Memorial services will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2017, beginning at 12:00 PM at Preakness Reformed Church, 131 Church Lane, Wayne, NJ. Please meet at the church.

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Phil...very sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I'll always remember her as the Avon lady...God bless

Mike Gaffney

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