Jean E. Mohnacs (formerly Morgan) age 85, of Mantua passed away Sunday, September 27, 2020 peacefully at home. Jean was born in New Haven Connecticut and lived a very full life.
Jean was predeceased by her husbands, John Wallace Morgan and John J. Mohnacs. She is survived by her children; John William Morgan (Angela), Thomas Edward Morgan (Lauren) and Betty Mohnacs Anderson (John), Jack Mohnacs (predeceased) ; grandchildren, Zach, Nicole and JT Morgan and Thomas, Sarah and Luke Morgan; sister Nancy Fogarty; brother, Edward Allen Mavers, Jr.; and her two French Bulldogs, Izzy and Simon.
Jean loved her family especially her precious grandchildren and they loved her unconditionally. Family pets were a big part of her life and she always talked about her boxer Moose and kept a picture of him on her dresser. Jean was also a mother to many of John and Tom’s friends. She even went as far as stocking their favorite foods in the cabinet. She was a friend to many and had a following from everyone who cared for her over the years.
Jean loved good food especially Sweets, dark chocolate, pizza and Mallomars, enjoyed going out shopping, dinner with friends, family and a wonderful smile that could light up a room.
Jean enjoyed many things in life. She crocheted and sewed, loved getting her hair and nails done as much as possible, and going to the casinos and traveling. Reading included all kinds of topics. Everyone who met or cared for Jean loved and will miss her. Jean and son Jack had a special relationship and had some great disagreements but always came to an understanding and laughed. Speaking to her Sister Nancy and Brother Bud who live out of state was very important to her and made her smile. Jean was a special lady to all she came in contact.
Family and Friends are invited to visit from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon on Thursday, October 1st at Smith Funeral Home 47 Main Street Mantua, NJ 08051 where a Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 noon.
Donations in her memory can be made to a Charity of your choice.
Memories and condolences can be shared at www.smithfhmantua.com