Karen DrellockOn January 14th, 2020, our beloved Karen Michele Drellock passed away peacefully at 2:54am. She is pre-deceased by her mother, Arlene P. Drellock. She is survived by her father, Warren M. Drellock; brother Michael F Drellock(wife Jennifer, children Paul, Jamie, Keara, and her grand nephew Liam); cousins Frank Agostino(wife Donna), Robert Agostino(husband Colin Somerville), Laura Traina(husband Vince), Kimberly Jackson-Chandler, Karen Jackson, Leslie Jackson, Lauren Jackson, Courtneay Belchik, Brian Hoffman(g/f Liz), Scott Hoffman(wife Eileen, children Justin and Amanda); Aunts and Uncles Carol Hoffman, Rocco and Barbara Agostino, Beverly and Stan Belchik, Linda Jackson; in laws James and Shirley Schiele, Thomas, Christina and Rylea Palmer, Richard and Danielle Palmer, Jessica Palmer(children Brianna, Lucas, Dalton and Alexis Sutton); and many, many friends, and extended family not mentioned here. Karen made an impact everywhere she went, and with everyone she met. Not surprisingly, she was a Registered Organ Donor, so her memory will live on in the recipients of her gifts. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star – Bethlehem Chapter #40. Karen was brilliant, funny, and instantly likeable. Her vibrant light will continue to illuminate all the corners of our hearts – forever. Funeral services to be held Sunday January 19th, from 10am to 2pm, at Polhemus Cremation Services, 203 Main St., West Creek, NJ 08092. Flowers are welcome, or a donation in her name to The Sharing Network(organ donation) would be gratefully appreciated. (www.NJSharingNetwork.org) Repast(meal) to follow at JT’s Restaurant, 635 Route 9, Little Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08087, at 3pm.
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I truly have no words. My heart is broken. Rest in peace sis.
My sincere condolences 🙏 to Mr. Drellock, Mike, and family. I was saddened to hear of Karen's passing. May her Memory Be Eternal 🙏❤️. I grew up with Karen, although she was younger..I will for ever remember her big smile and sweet giggle. She was a joyful girl. Re... Continue Reading