Edith Tampier

Edith B. Tampier 73, of Hampton NJ died January 4th, 2007 in Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Twp NJ. She was born in Annandale NJ, January 5th 1935. She was the daughter of the late Arne and Amelia Schrier Olsen. Mostly a homemaker, Edith had worked as a bank teller for the Summit Bank in Clinton NJ until she retired in 1994. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of both the Hampton Fire Company and the Hampton Emergency Squad for over 40 years. Of all things, her children and grandchildren were the most precious to her. She loved baking and spending time with the entire family especially during the holidays. She also enjoyed her trips to Atlantic City with friends.

Survivors: Her loving husband Charles, preceded her in death in 1980; they were married in 1957. Surviving are her 4 children, Richard and his wife Leanne of Wheaton IL, David and his wife Donna, and Jeff and his wife Penny, all from Hampton. Also a daughter Susan Gubitosi and her husband Chris of Harmony Township, a brother Francis Nelson of Jacksonville Fl, and 12 grandchildren, Hannah, Eric, Jennifer, Katie, Keith, Michael, Daniel, Alyssa, Bryan, Nicole, Emilee and Carlie.

Services: VIEWING SERVICES are Monday evening Jan 7th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at DeVoe Funeral Home, 136 West Washington Ave., Washington, NJ and on Tuesday Jan 8th from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. at the Musconetcong Valley Presbyterian Church on Valley Road, Hampton. FUNERAL SERVICES will be Tuesday 2 PM in the Musconetcong Valley Presbyterian Church, Valley Rd ,Hampton NJ, and Interment in the Musconetcong Valley Cemetery.

Memorials: Flowers are encouraged, though memorials may be donated to the Hampton Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary. PO Box 62, Hampton NJ 08827. Online condolences may be expressed at www.devoefuneral.com.

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As a classmate of Rich at NHRHS-1975, I send my deepest sympathy about your Mom's passing. I only met her once a year ago, when my friend was renting next door, and she was a very nice person. I'm sure she was proud of all her children and grandchildren from all the pictures she had around. Im sure she was proud not only of all her family's accomplishements, but proud knowing they always were, and always will be good persons. May she rest in peace. Again, my sympathy.---------------------Sincerly, Christopher V. Sakos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I am saddened to hear of Edith's passing. I am not able to attend the viewing due to preparing for a Medical test. Please accept my condolences. I hope that fond memories will sustain you in your sorrow. My thoughts are with you. Joan Boehm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tampier Family, It is with great sadness that we have learned of Edie's death. May it comfort you to know that she is in the arms of her Lord and Savior. She has joined with Charles in that Heavenly place of peace and joy.May God's love endure and comfort you at this time of sadness. Please know that we share in your missing Edie. Dianne (Dee) Winter of Waco, TXa nd mother, Evelyn Winter Of Phillipsburg, NJ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rick, Dave, Jeff, and Susie,

I'm very sorry to read of your Mothers passing. I'm not able to get back to town often and never seem to have time to keep in touch, but I truly share in your saddened at the loss of you Mom. Please take comfort in one thing, she is now reunited with your Dad and both are able to enjoy watching over all of you and your families.

May she rest in peace, Joe Lusardi and Family