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Jean DeYoung

Jean M. DeYoung (Ralph)

Tuesday, February 2nd, 1932 - Saturday, March 30th, 2019
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Jean M. DeYoung, age 87 of Vernon, formerly of Ringwood, New Jersey and Lake Placid, FL she was called home to heaven by her Lord Jesus Christ on Saturday, March 30th, 2019.

Born in England to the late Samuel and Mildred (Saville) Ralph, Jean grew up in war torn England during World War II. Many of her childhood friends perished on board the HMS Benares, a ship filled with children which was intentionally bombed by the Germans. However the Lord graciously spared her when she refused to board the ship.

A former Activities Director for the Lakeview Convalescent in Wayne, Jean wore many hats. She even won the award for “ Most outstanding nursing home director” three years in a row. Jean loved Jesus and wanted to share his Gospel with all she knew, which led to her involvement in building Ringwood Baptist Church and starting Ringwood Christian school. She also started a scholarship program for children to attend camp at Shiloh Bible Camp and always asked people she met “ if they knew Jesus in a personal way.” She loved telling her grandchildren stories of growing up in England in the good times and bad. She would reminisce about being witness to the Battle of Britain in the skies overhead and the times she spent in the bomb shelters. She came to America after meeting the love of her life who was in the U.S. Navy at the time and proudly served during the Korean War.

Predeceased by her parents, Jean is survived by her loving husband of 65 years, Robert DeYoung; sons Robert of Matamoras, PA and Glenn and his wife Pamela of TN; daughter Jean Zabriskie and husband Tom of Vernon. She was also the loving grandmother of Nathanael DeYoung and wife Jodi, Ben DeYoung, Dr. Naomi Jean Kalliath and husband Dr.Mathew Kalliath, Derek DeYoung, Dustin DeYoung, Sarah Zabriskie and Luke Zabriskie; as well as great-grandmother of Nathanael and Lincoln DeYoung.

A memorial service for Jean will be held on Sunday, April 7th, 2019 at 3:00, at the Shiloh Bible Camp, 753 Burnt Meadow Road, Hewitt, NJ 07421. In lieu of flowers donations to “Child free” Shiloh Bible Camp are appreciated. Online condolences may be offered at www.fergusonfuneralhomesnj.com
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  • Service

    Sunday, April 7th, 2019 | 3:00pm
    When
    Sunday, April 7th, 2019 3:00pm
    Location
    Shiloh Bible Camp
    Address
    753 Burnt Meadow Road
    HEWITT, NJ 07421
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  • Interment

    Location
    Cedar Lawn Crematory
    Address
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    PATERSON, NJ
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Diane Trudgen

Posted at 12:35pm
I have many loving and wonderful memories of her and her family. My condolences to you all. May God's comfort, strength, and peace lift you knowing that we shall one day meet again.
Love,
Diane (Tackema) Trudgen
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Joy Sullivan Westervelt

Posted at 08:45am
Jean was always the life of every gathering! I am so thankful for the years we had her in our fellowship, and for introducing us to Shiloh Bible Camp. I remember something she said when we were together at Harvey Cedars Bible Conf. and Bob ended up in the hospital with a kidney stone. Jean did not waste a minute of her desire to witness for her Lord and Savior! We were having lunch together in the hospital cafeteria, and ended up talking to a nurse who was there. The conversation evolved into the subject of ‘“church”. Jean, loveingly looked at the nurse and asked, “What does your church teach?” Which have her (and us ) an opportunity to see if she even knew what the teachings were (which she didn’t). And opened up an opportunity for us to share the life-giving gospel of Jesus, and shut the door on “church talk.” I learned a lot from Jean that day, and am forever grateful for the friendship we shared.
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