We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Riverside Memorial Chapels Inc
Judith Grace Driscoll Madli, 81,passed on to eternal life May 18th after a long, courageous battle with cancer
and its complications.
She was born in New York and early on lived in Fair Haven,NJ. She graduated from Red Bank Catholic in 1959 and worked for Anderson Bros in Red Bank,NJ before moving to Hamilton Township. Judy was predeceased by her parents Grace and Joseph A.Driscoll,Jr,her younger brother Timothy F Driscoll, her husband William Madli,her daughter Theresa Ann Cantalice and her lifelong friend Zim Suta. Surviving are her two sons,Anthony and Mark,her older brother Joseph A.Driscoll,III,(Betty)Avalon,NJ,her sister-in- law Katherine M Driscoll,Fairfield,Ct,nieces E.Shanley Driscoll,Staines,UK,Katherine Driscoll Kilbride (Sean) and Meghan Driscoll Pymm (Joe) from Fairfield,Ct, nephews Joseph A Driscoll,IV(Alyssa), Bennington,Vt, Elliott J Driscoll,Towson,Md, Timothy Driscoll(Beth),Salt Lake City,UT, grand-son Zach Cantalice and grand-daughters Isabella Cantalice,Dana Hammerl(Daniel), Samantha Madli and a myriad of grand-nieces and grand-nephews and a great- grand-son Bohdi Hammerl.
Judy enjoyed her many trips to Atlantic City with her friend Zim,and was happy and engaging during her restaurant work for many years in the Hamilton area.She had a smile and good word for everyone. The family is thankful for the many people who cared for her while she fought the good fight. Final arrangements are private.