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In Memory

Jeanne Phyllis Hartenfels (Cuttito) - Class of 1963

Jean Hartenfels-Cuttito (11/11/2013)

Jean Hartenfels), 68, of Paramus, passed away on Monday, November 11, 2013. Attending Montclair State University, she acquired three Masters Degrees.  Before retiring, Jean worked for Bergenfield Board of Education as a Teacher for 30 years in the Art and Theater Department, being Awarded Teacher of the Year on three different occasions.  She was a director and performer for the Paramus Scholarship Show for 25 years, and a parishioner of RC Church of the Annunciation in Paramus. Jean had many hobbies including cooking, quilting, knitting and gardening.

Cherished wife of Charles Cuttito. Beloved mother of Jennifer Hamdan and her husband Christopher Borrok of Brooklyn, NY.  Darren Cuttito and his wife Jennifer, of Andover.  Suzanne Krug and her husband James of Tafton, PA, Elizabeth Dietsch and her financee Christopher Power of Newark, and Robert Cuttito of Paramus. 

Loving grandmother of Christina, Steven, Zachary, Kayla, Angelina, Jacob, Chester and Tyler. Beloved aunt of Robert Jaichner and his wife Alanna Lally of Springfield, John Jaichner and his wife Renee of Howell, and William Jaichner and his wife Gina Lally of Paramus. Predeceased by her sister Susan Jaichner. Also survived by her dogs Sasha, Luca, Vito and Farmington. 




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11/13/13 11:46 AM #16    

Janet Dorothy Calcagne (Brock) (1963)

I am sending my heartfelt wishes to Jeanne's husband, children, grandchildren and all of her friends.

Jeanne surely accomplished so much after high school in her personal and professional life.

Her family must surely be so proud of her as a wife, mother and grandmother.

Am sure she had a wonderful experience at her 50th high school reunion with so many friends to see and greet.

May Jeanne rest in God's heaven and we shall pray for her peace with Him.



                          With fond remerances and love,  Janet(Bunny)Calcagne Brock

11/13/13 01:32 PM #17    

Rita Marie Moffett (Greenberg) (1963)

The news of Jeanne's death was difficult to comprehend after seeing her looking so well at the reunion in September.  Jeanne was always so friendly and outgoing during our days at PHS and 50 years later she was exactly the same.

My thoughts and prayers are with you Bud and your entire family at this most difficult time. I am truly sorry for your loss


11/13/13 02:25 PM #18    

Judith A Mann (Cooke) (1963)

I was shocked to hear of Jeannie's passing.  It deeply saddens me.  I used to walk through the woods behind my house to go over to her place.  I have fond memories of swimming in her pool with her two dalmations running around, roller skating at the Paramus Roller Rink on Friday nights with Jeannie & Joyce DeSimone & watching horror movies together on Saturday afternoons on TV.  It was all a lot of fun.  My heartfelt sympathies go out to Bud and the rest of Jeannie's family.

11/13/13 06:24 PM #19    

Irene (Avery) Wagner (Hart) (Mantell) (1963)

I am sad to hear about Jeanne's passing.  What a lovely, warm and i telligent person we have lost!  She was so radiant and beautiful just a short time ago.  So sorry for her loss and our hearts reach put to Bud and to her loved ones.  I will be at the funeral home tomorrow evening... 

11/13/13 06:39 PM #20    

Irene (Avery) Wagner (Hart) (Mantell) (1963)

I am so sad to hear about Jeanne's passing, especially since she was so glowing and radiant at our reunion.  What a lovely, warm and intelligent person to have lost!  My husband and I both send sad condolences to Bud and all her loved ones.    I plan to be at the funeral home tomorrow evening...   Life is temporary and tenuous for all of us - but her death is trulyuntimely.... 

11/14/13 06:23 PM #21    

Michael Robert Molnar (1963)

Jeannie was my lab partner in Ann Nardo’s biology class. (Coincidentally, Ann was at our 50th reunion a month ago.) Whenever I left our lab bench, Jeannie quickly drew little lima-bean people in my notebook.  When I discovered these cute little critters, I had no idea how they got there. Their mysterious appearances went on for some time until I caught their artist doodling in my notebook.

I was honored to be her lab partner and a friend. Jeannie was smart and articulate. Moreover, she was always upbeat and positive, which raised everyone's spirits. Her sense of humor was incredibly contagious and refreshing - the perfect elixir for that 8th-period biology class. What laughs we all shared!

Sadly, I will miss her smile.


11/15/13 05:11 PM #22    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)

Posted for MaryLou Campi

"I remember your wardrobe. Always in style and some items outrageous. I asked you where are you shopping these days? To wit, you replied ARE YOU KIDDING; I make my clothes. I enjoy sewing. You were a lady of many, many talents. We will miss you......MaryLou - 11/11/2013"

11/16/13 06:49 AM #23    

Larry Lazar (1962)

My sincere condolences to Bud and his family.Jeanne will be with all of you forever.

04/29/14 10:54 AM #24    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)

04/29/14 11:04 AM #25    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)

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