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Eileen R. (Reilly) Fralinger

Born: Fri., Oct. 14, 1955
Died: Tue., Jan. 23, 2018

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     Eileen R. Fralinger of Chatsworth, Woodland Twp. age 62 years, passed away  January 23, 2018  at home.

    She was a native of Bergen County and resident of Chatsworth for over 40 years.

     Eileen graduated from Jersey City College with her Bachelor’s Degree and Central Michigan University with her Master’s Degree.

    She was employed at New Lisbon Developmental Center for over 30 years. She was a retired Supervising Program Development Specialist for the New Jersey  Division of Developmental Disabilities.

    Eileen was a member of HAMMT ( Horse Club) and was a volunteer for CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties.  She loved Horses and was active with her dog Kellan in dog agility.

    Wife of the late Bruce Nack Fralinger who passed away October 8, 2017.

    Beloved mother of Erin R. Fralinger of Chatsworth and Renee Quinones & husband Edwin of Eastampton, sister of Kathy Cabana, Kenny , Lorraine, Robby & Joannie Reilly, dear daughter of Dorothy Reilly of Cliffside Park, and grandmother of Tyler, Danielle & Nicholas Quinones.

    Funeral Services will be private and held at the convenience of the family

   In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to CASA for Children of Burlington & Mercer Counties, 1450 Parkside Ave., Suite 22, Ewing, NJ 08638


The Lankenau Funeral Home, 31 Elizabeth St., Pemberton Borough.

Stephen Lankenau, Director

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Carol Augustoni
   Posted Thu January 25, 2018
Erin and Renee I just heard about Mom and Dad. I am so very sad and really without words. My thoughts are with all.

Johnson family
   Posted Fri January 26, 2018
Dear Fralinger family:

I wish to convey my sincerest condolences to your entire family. Losing a loved one in death is one of the hardest things that anyone will ever have to deal with. There is a great hope held out to us for the future because God promises to bring those we lost back to life by means of a resurrection to a paradise earth, where sickness and death will be no more. I hope this brief message will bring you a measure of comfort in this difficult time

Jason Becker
   Posted Mon March 12, 2018
Dear Fralinger family-

I worked with Eileen in her work with CASA in Burlington. She was clearly very dedicated to this part of her life and meant a lot to the kids she served. The amount of hard work and dedication she gave for free to help kids in foster care was not unappreciated. She will be dearly missed.

All the best,
Jason Becker, Office of Law Guardian