OLD BRIDGE - KAREN E. (ANDERSEN) VERNEY passed away on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick. She was 76.
Born in Jersey City, she relocated to Old Bridge in 1967.
Prior to retiring, she was an office manager for Dr. Michael Solomon's office, East Brunswick.
Karen was a Member of Simpson United Methodist Church, Old Bridge.
She was predeceased by her parents, Togo Bech Andersen & Elizabeth Nelson Andersen, and her brother, Richard Nelson Andersen.
Surviving are her loving husband of 57 years, Robert; three children, Robert E. Verney, Jr. and his wife, Regina, of Old Bridge, Joy Noelle Paton and her husband, Arthur, of East Brunswick, and Matthew James Verney and his wife, Deborah, of South Brunswick, and six grandchildren, Meagan Elizabeth, Ryan Edward, Kirsten Bryce, Alick Joseph, Nicholas Arthur and Elijah Bech.
Friends may visit on Saturday, March 9, 2019, from 2:00 to 6:00 PM, with a service at 5:00 PM, at The BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL HOME, 454 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. Cremation will be private. For directions, please visit the "Services" page.
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We are deeply saddened by your loss. May Karen rest in peace.
Sincerely, Debbie and Gene Davis
I am so sorry to the Verney family. I remember going to dinner and playing in the basement with the doll house. Uncle Bob would also help us to play the Atari. Aunt Karen and Uncle Bob had the best toys!! I am so glad I have such wonderful memories to keep close to my heart.
Our deepest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Karen was an amazing woman and will truly be missed.
Steve, Ellen, and Steven Doyle
With my sincere and deepest condolences to
your family. May you find comfort from the
words of our Heavenly Father ( 2 Corin 1:2-4 ).
Such sad news. Your Family was such a big part of my life growing up. Even after I moved I would always take a walk around the Neighborhood when I was home and find your Mom or Dad on their front porch. I can’t recall that much of what we talked about but I do recall those conversations usually lasted at least 2 hours. Always ended w/ a hug and firm handshake and mutualy uplifted spirits.
I loved then, I love you now and I will love you forever more. I miss you so much. Bob
So sorry on the passing of your Mom Matt May she rest in peace
Love you, Ma.
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