Deanne J. Dunne Death, Obituary – Ridgewood NJ, Deanne J. Dunne, who resided in Ridgewood, New Jersey, passed away suddenly on Monday, November 29, 2018, at the age of 56. Her passing was sudden and unexpected. Deanne Jason was born on January 14, 1966 in the city of New York. Her parents, Adelaide M. Jason and Ronald E. Jason, both passed away before her birth. Both of her parents had passed away at this point. Monsey, which is located in Rockland County, New York, is where Deanne spent her childhood and where she was born. She did not move for any of her four years at Fairfield University, during which she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics.
She remained there after she graduated. She made an indelible impression not just on the community of the larger institution but also on the community of the mathematics department, where she was a much-loved member and where she served as President of Circle K International and a leader of volunteer projects. Her legacy will go on forever. She was known for being a strong student who was able to strike a balance between having fun and working hard on her studies. This earned her a lot of respect. After that, she enjoyed a successful career in the field of financial services, working for Sanford C. Bernstein as a Research Analyst in both New York City and Westchester County.
She had a vibrant personality and infused everything she did with her zeal for life, which was contagious. Her excitement was contagious. It was impossible not to catch her enthusiasm for life. In 2001, she wed the man who would go on to become the love of her life, Frank P. Dunne, and the ceremony took place in Ireland. Olivia, who is 17 years old and attends Ridgewood (New Jersey) High School, and Frank “Patrick,” who is 20 years old and studies at Villanova University, are the couple’s children. Deanne’s extended family consists of her devoted brother Ronald Jason, Jr., her devoted sister Patrice Kaldany and her devoted brother-in-law Herb Kaldany, as well as a large number of loving nephews (Raymond, Ronny, and Timmy),
nieces (Caitlin, Julia, and Amanda), as well as cousins, aunts, and uncles. Throughout her whole childhood, Deanne shown a significant interest in music, both as a performer and as a member of the audience at various musical events. She was an accomplished musician who was also skilled at playing the guitar and the piano. She played the organ at her church, St. Boniface of Monsey, in addition to those instruments. She was a loyal fan of all of Deanne’s favorite modern folk pop performers, including Shawn Colvin, Brandi Carlile, and the Indigo Girls. Deanne’s other favorites included the Indigo Girls.