Eleanor Marie Dziublenski, 87, Formerly of Bloomfield, Nutley

The following is courtesy the Levandoski Funeral Home.

Eleanor Marie Dziublenski, a loving wife and mother who lived most of her life in Bloomfield and Nutley, died peacefully at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center on Monday, Dec. 2. She was 87.

Relatives and friends are invited to visit on Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Levandoski Funeral Home, 44 Bay Ave., Bloomfield. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Valentine R.C. Church, Bloomfield.

Mrs. Dziublenski, nee Mleczko, was born in Bloomfield and attended Bloomfield High School. She was married for 56 years to Joseph R. Dziublenski of Nutley, whom she first met while they attended St. Valentine Elementary School in Bloomfield, and who died in 2005.

She was a parishioner of St. Valentine R.C. Church from childhood until the late 1980s, when the couple moved to Hobe Sound, Fla., for three years. They subsequently moved to the Raintree development in Freehold, where they were parishioners of St. Robert Bellarmine R.C. Church and members of senior citizen organizations in Freehold and Howell Township. Mrs. Dziublenski moved to the Village Green apartment complex in Mount Olive after her husband’s death, and two years ago to Colonial Manor, an assisted living home in Allamuchy Township, where she made many new and dear friends.

Among the companies she worked for in the post-World War II years were Scientific Glass and Clark Thread, both in Bloomfield, and Shulton, in Clifton.

Surviving are a daughter, Marsha Malecz of Tannersville, Pa., sons Thomas, of Long Valley, and his wife, Barbara, and Joseph, of Cedar Grove, and his wife, Diane, and four grandchildren, Matthew and Caitlin Dziublenski, and Kristine Malecz and her husband, Marshall Sullivan, and Michael Malecz.

She was predeceased by her older siblings, three sisters, Anna, Sophie and Blanche, and  three brothers, Stanley, Stephen and Pat, and by her parents, Egan and Eva (nee Ligas) Mleczko.

Burial will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Bloomfield. In lieu of flowers, donations may

be made to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, PO Box 4072, Pittsfield, Mass., 01202,

or to the charity of your choice.


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