JoLynn Claudio Templeman


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JoLynn Claudio Templeman, 46, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018, with her loving family by her side. Her big heart, filled with love and gratitude, gave out without warning. JoLynn, the second child of Joseph and Lynda (Titus) Claudio was born in Englewood in Nov. 15, 1971. Adored by her older sister, Vanessa, and younger brother, Joe she was celebrated for her warmth and sensitivity. JoLynn formerly resided in Hamburg and Wantage Twp. and has been a resident of Newton since 2004.

To know JoLynn was to love her and she left a profound impact on those whose lives she touched. She was a beautiful woman, wife, daughter and sister. She didn’t know the word ”quit” but rather was a fighter from her earliest days, defying the odds stacked against her. JoLynn loved butterflies and the color purple. She very much enjoyed garage saling with her mother and shopping in general. For those who know her will understand:“Hello Kitty Products.”

JoLynn lived her life in dedication to her God, Jehovah. As a member and active pioneer of the Newton Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, JoLynn found great joy in sharing the Bible’s message with all she met. This message of comfort is now sustaining her heartbroken family and friends.

JoLynn loved her family very, very much and cherished her niece and nephews. She is survived by her husband of 13 years, Chad Templeman; mother, Lynda Claudio of Hamburg; father, Joseph Claudio of Longs, SC; sister, Vanessa Buzzerio & her husband Jonas of Upper Saddle River; brother, Joseph Claudio & his wife Ana Maria of Westwood. She is also survived by the light of her world, her niece and nephews, Sage, Skye, Maddex and Mason along with countless friends, all of whom were touched by her gentle, kind nature.

A funeral talk will be held Saturday, March 17, 2018, at 3 p.m. at Newton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses 64 Lawrence Rd. Lafayette Twp, NJ 07848. Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to F. John Ramsey Funeral Home One Main St. Franklin. For directions and online condolences please see www.fjohnramseyfuneralhome.com.



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