Elaine Mary McPartland

Elaine Mary McPartland peacefully passed away on June 9th, her 63rd wedding anniversary. She rejoins her late husband, Eugene (Gene), to continue their storybook romance.

Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Elaine made her homes across the East Coast and Puerto Rico throughout Gene’s naval career, before settling in Princeton, NJ, then Cinnaminson to be close to her daughter.

Elaine earned a bachelor of arts from The College of New Jersey. With her knowledge, natural artistic talent and kindness, she provided guidance and comfort in her career at Princeton House. Elaine shared her generosity, patience and love with all those around her, from her family and friends to her art therapy patients and everyone she met.

Elaine is predeceased by her daughter, baby Eileen Mary, and survived by her loving daughter, Lynn (Michael) Horan of Cinnaminson; her grandchildren, Catherine Horan (Darius Craton) of London, UK and Brendan Horan (Nicole Marimon) of Brooklyn, NY. She also leaves behind, sister, Marion Dowd; sister-in-law, Ellen Conklin; brother-in-law, George Sullivan and many cherished nieces, nephews and cousins.

A viewing for Elaine will be held on Friday, June 14th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Weber Funeral Home, 112 Broad St. Riverton, NJ 08077. On Saturday, June 15th at Sacred Heart Church a visitation will be held from 10:00 am to 11:00 am with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 am (4th & Linden, Riverton, NJ). Interment will be held at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Memorial contributions may be made to March of Dimes.


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