Elma Quigg

Elma Quigg

Friday, November 7th, 1919 Sunday, March 10th, 2019

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Obituary for Elma Lorraine Quigg (Wilkinson)

Quigg, Elma "Lorraine" (nee Wilkinson), 99 years old, passed away peacefully on March 10, 2019. She can finally be with the love of her life, her husband William, in heaven. He passed away in 2001 after 54 years of marriage. She missed him so very deeply.

Known as Lorraine by everyone, she was born in Somerdale, NJ to George and Elma (Leopold) Wilkinson. She married and resided in Pleasantville, raising her family there. Lorraine was predeceased by all of her brothers, George (Mary), Morgan "Larson" (Ruth), and Rowland (Kathryn) Wilkinson; and her sister, Florence Lentz (Arthur). She retired from employment at Pleasantville High School where she worked in the cafeteria food preparation.

She is survived by her children, Timothy (Kathryn) of Wake Forrest, NC, Wanda Taggart (William) of Galloway, Wayne (Marion) of Knightsdale, NC, Mark of Sicklerville, and Jacquie Magdin of Montrose, PA; many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

She was very active in the Pleasantville PTA, Cub Scout Troop 49, and the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church. Her summers were spent caring for her children, supporting them in their activities, and being at their cottage at Dimock Camp Meeting in Pennsylvania.

The family will have private services where she will be laid to rest at Seaside Cemetery in Palermo next to her husband. IN lieu of flowers, donations are requested and may be sent to the cancer support group, Gilda's Club, 700 New Road, Linwood, NJ 08221.

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    Seaside Cemetery
    Thomas Drive
    Palermo, NJ
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Regina Neil

Dear family members, please accept my sincere regrets for your loss my condolences to you and your family isa25:8)also Rev21:3,4)
Comment | Posted at 11:38am via Condolence

Zelbra Isaac

Sorry to read about the loss of your love one. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the family. Our heavenly father Jehovah provides us with comfort from his word the Bible may you find comfort from the many comforting scriptures. Isaiah33:24 No resident will say that I am sick. Acts24:15 speaks of the resurrection hope.
Comment | Posted at 08:53pm via Condolence

Dawn Bading

From 2015 visiting at Our Lady
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Dawn Bading

Great Aunt Lorraine, so many people loved you. You were such a strong woman with a sweet heart. I’m so glad you can be with your beloved now. Rest easy dear one
Comment | Posted at 09:30am via Condolence

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