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Constance T. Ellis

February 28, 1932 — August 14, 2021

Constance T. Ellis, of Edison, passed away Saturday, August 14, 2021 at her daughter's home in Piscataway. She was 89. Born in the Port Reading section of Woodbridge, she lived in Edison most of her life.

She was a secretary for 37 years, for the Raritan Valley Bus Service in Edison, retiring in 2010. She was a graduate of Middlesex County College.

Connie was a longtime parishioner of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Metuchen and part of their bowling league. She loved traveling across the country and Europe. She also enjoyed playing cards and skiing.

She's predeceased by her husband Robert M. Ellis, Sr. (d. 1989), and her siblings Helen Hudock, Mary Courtney, Anna Skalanga, Alexander, Bohdon, Walter, Joseph, and George Szymanski.

Surviving is her daughter Susan Cahn of Piscataway, her son Robert M. Ellis Jr. and his wife Joanne, of Long Valley; and her grandchildren Matthew Bennison, Jennifer and Samantha Cahn, Lauren Hanlon and her husband Dr. Matthew Hanlon, Robert III and Caryn Ellis. Along with her three great grandchildren.

Funeral service and burial will be private on Monday, August 23rd. Arrangements are by The Crabiel Home for Funerals, 170 N. Main St. at Riva Avenue, Milltown. You may sign the online condolence "guestbook" at Contributions may be made in Connie's name to the American Cancer Society or St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Metuchen.
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