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2315 Route 50
P.O Box 79
Tuckahoe, NJ 08250
Phone: 609-628-2222
Fax: 609-628-3225
Pauline Collins

Pauline Collins (Ring)

Saturday, January 21st, 1928 - Thursday, September 24th, 2020
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COLLINS, PAULINE, - 92, of Tuckahoe, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 24, 2020. Pauline was raised in Buena Township before moving to Mays Landing in 1947, where she and her husband, Harry, owned and operated Harry Collins Store. She was a member and treasurer at the Mays Landing United Methodist Church, and she enjoyed doing the cradle roll for many years. They retired and moved to Tuckahoe in 1986, attended the Tuckahoe United Methodist Church and was a member of the Daughters of America. Pauline also volunteered at Shore Medical Center for 25 years earning several volunteer pins, including the 3500 hours pin. She is survived by close friends and her church family. Pauline, along with the Loveland family, would like to thank Synergy Home Health Care, Journey Hospice and Wesley Manor for providing tender and attentive care in her final years. Services for Pauline will be held 11am on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at the Langley Loveland Funeral Home, 2315 Rt 50, Tuckahoe; friends may call prior to service from 10am-11am. Burial will immediately follow at the Asbury United Methodist Cemetery, Rt 9, Swainton. Donations in Pauline’s memory can be made to Tuckahoe United Methodist Church, Sunday School Program, PO Box 117, Tuckahoe, NJ 08250. Memories and condolences can be shared at www.LangleyLovelandFuneralHome.com.
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    When
    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
    Location
    Langley-Loveland Funeral Home
    Address
    2315 Rt. 50
    TUCKAHOE, NJ 08250
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  • Service

    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Langley-Loveland Funeral Home
    Address
    2315 Rt. 50
    TUCKAHOE, NJ 08250
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  • Interment

    Location
    Asbury United Methodist Cemetery
    Address
    1812 US Highway 9
    Swainton, NJ
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Tammy Loveland

Posted at 11:17pm
Pauline was one of the amazing ones. She made herself known in the community as a caring and helping hand, volunteering throughout her lifetime and dedicated to her church. It was always an honor to have her a part of our family, joining us for our family events and holidays; she would always bring something for the table, whether it was her homemade pepper relish, pickled beets, deviled eggs or her famed Boston cream cake. The last couple years were hard to watch as her character and memory fluctuated from dementia. I truly cherish the moments when she was “just Pauline” with a happy bright smile, asking how everything was and sharing little smirks about random silly things. Being without family, Pauline was welcomed into our hearts as our own as she welcomed us into hers, and we will forever be grateful for it. Reading the condolences of how she touched different peoples hearts throughout her lifetime is a true comfort, knowing that others will share in the love and memory of Pauline.
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Hillary P

Posted at 07:49pm
Pauline was a one of a kind special lady. My aunt Donna had purchased the Harry Collins Store from her many years ago. When Donna owned the store, my mom lived in the apartment upstairs and ran the store. My mom would tell me many stories of how Pauline was always a friend to her when she lived in Mays Landing.
I have many fond memories of going to "Aunt Pauline's" house in Tuckahoe when I was little and seeing all her wonderful African violets and playing with her cats. She is the reason that cats and butterflies are still some of my favorite living things. She would also make me and my sisters sewing projects such as clothes and pillows. To this day, I still have a cat face pillow and the little sundress that she made for me. As I got older, she would come over to visit and I always enjoyed hearing her stories and talking.

She was always a special friend and was always there when I needed her, she even came to my grandmother's funeral to help comfort us. She was a genuine, good person and will be greatly missed. I know that she is smiling down from heaven right now.
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Amy Lipsius

Posted at 08:40am
You often hear that when a husband or wife passes, that the other follows soon after. When my Grandmom passed of cancer in late 1993, my Poppop who was her best friend had a broken heart. Because of Pauline nextdoor to Harry Mason, he went on to live until late 2007...fourteen years. I believe in my heart that she bought me those extra 14 years with my Poppop. Pauline and my Poppop kept an eye on each other daily. I can picture them now sitting at Dino’s Diner or in Poppop’s kitchen, like any other member of our family. The extended Mason family took her under its wing...but more importantly, Pauline took us under hers. Even living at a distance from one another, me being in Maryland, she was still one of the very first people I told in person that I was expecting my first child. In the spring of 2018, she got to meet my first two children, and I believe my mom on a recent visit, showed her photos of the third. She even took a flight to Atlanta, GA about ten years ago to visit my mom on a special occasion birthday. There was never an important moment that she wasn’t there with us. It’s hard to imagine a world without Pauline in it. She was our bonus mom, grandma, and great-grandma. She will be terribly missed. I love her and I know that there is a special place in Heaven for people like her.
Amy P. Lipsius, Hanover, MD
(Daughter of Patricia Mason Pickwick)
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Connie Ziemba

Posted at 02:58pm
Pauline was a kind and caring person and an especially good neighbor. Her excellent home-made soups, stews, pies and jams were always appreciated. We are most thankful for her watchful eye over our father Harry Mason after Mom passed away. Through a series of signals, lights on or off, blinds open or closed, they were able to make sure that each other was up and about for the day. It was through Pauline's kindness and company that Harry was able to prosper on his own for as long as he did. For that neighborly company, we shall always be grateful. Pauline was always an angel for Harry's daughters Connie & Pat and grandchildren; and now may she spend eternity with all of the other angels.
Connie Ziemba and Pat Pickwick (The Mason Girls)
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Cindy Ziemba

Posted at 12:07pm
Pauline lived next door to my Grandma and Poppop (Ruth and Harry Mason) since I was a small child. I remember playing in the backyards and gardens. After both she and my poppop were widowed they looked out for each other. They would get each other’s mail, she would cook meals, they would check in on each other. She became a part of our family and attended holidays and family events (like my wedding). She was a big part of the reason that my poppop was able to live his final days in the house that he built. I am very grateful for the wonderful memories I have of Pauline and the kindness and love that she showed our entire family. I will miss her smiling face and her infectious laugh. I know that she will continue to look after my family.
Cindy Ziemba
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