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Mary Skrebel

Mary Skrebel

Friday July 13th, 1945 - Sunday June 7th, 2020
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Delaware Twp.: Mary Marvulli Skrebel, 74 died Sunday June 7, 2020 at the Hunterdon Medical Center. Raised in Lambertville, Mary had lived in Delaware Township since 2013. She attended St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church and South Hunterdon High School. She was a self-employed care giver; baby sat for many area families and provided day care for children. She loved visiting her grandsons and loved to write letters to them as well as other dear friends. Daughter of the late Joseph and Carmella DeLeone Marvulli, Granddaughter of the late Frances DeLeone, she is survived by her husband Richard Skrebel, her daughter Jeanna Skrebel, her son Matt Skrebel his wife Gina, two grandsons Michael and Patrick Skrebel, one brother Joseph Marvulli, his daughter Donna Marvulli, his son Robert Marvulli and his wife Tracey. Due to the public health concerns surrounding the corona virus funeral services will be private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to: Flemington Raritan First Aid Squad - P.O. Box 26 Hwy 12 Flemington NJ 08822, Kingwood Township Rescue Squad - P.O. Box 89 Baptistown, NJ 08803, Kingwood Township Fire Company – P.O. Box 99 Baptistown, NJ 08803
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Betty Kroemmelbein

Posted at 01:33pm
My deepest sympathy to the family. Mary was the best babysitter we had for our daughter while living in Frenchtown. She was so much fun! She is resting at peace now.
Betty Kroemmelbein

Carla Van Dyk,

Posted at 12:00am
We are heartbroken at WDVR fm in Sergeantsville over losing our dear Mary. She was a constant joy to hear from whether by phone or letter. She even dropped off little gifts of snacks time to time for her favorite music hosts. This is leaving a sad emptiness in our hearts. I got to meet her a few times when she stopped by and instantly loved her spirit and humor. She gave us the gift of her energy and enthusiasm for music. Many of the DJ's wanted to meet her in person but it did not happen. She will be remembered and missed so much. ~ Carla Van Dyk, SERGEANTSVILLE, New Jersey

Tom From New Hope. WDVR-FM,

Posted at 12:00am
Hi. I'm Tom from WDVR-FM and I would like to tell you about the Mary that I got to know. Over the last few years Mary would call in on Friday afternoons and share stories of her life with me, she told me about buying a Corvette for her husband and about the Chevelle that she used to drive. "Hot Rod Mary" was born and we had a bunch of fun with that. Hearing her on the other end of the phone or finding a letter from her always made everything just that much brighter.I'll miss her but she will never leave my heart. TomR. ~ Tom From New Hope. WDVR-FM, New Hope, Pennsylvania

Bob Cull,

Posted at 12:00am
We will miss "Route 12 Mary" at WDVR FM so very much. A faithful listener beloved by many DJ's. We enjoyed so much her impromptu visits to the station bringing goodies! What a good soul. ~ Bob Cull, Erwinna, Pennsylvania

Bobby & Donna Marvulli,

Posted at 12:00am
Thank you Aunt Mary for all the day trips to Seaside Heights when Donna and I were growing up. And taking Donna to NYC to see all the new clothes because you were definitely the 'fashion queen'. And for letting me drive your 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS when I just received my license at 17 years old! And for partially funding the 1981 Honda Odyssey 'go-cart' that all our neighbors loved to hate! I could go on forever, but just wanted to let you know how much we loved you even when we didn't see you every day! You will remain in our hearts forever... Bobby & Donna ~ Bobby & Donna Marvulli, Lamberville, New Jersey

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