Georgiana Hueston

Obituary of Georgiana Hueston

Georgiana Hueston, a deeply religious and loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother, formerly of Madison, passed away peacefully on February 11 after a courageous fight with Alzheimer's disease. She was 89. Born in Jersey City, she was one of six children. She married Robert E. Hueston in 1951 and moved to Madison a year later to start and raise a family. She is survived by her four children and spouses, Richard (Diane) of Morris Plains; Michael (Adam) of Alkol, West Virginia; Kathleen (George) Tosato of Springfield; Ann Marie (David) Hunter of Ellwood City, PA; grandchildren Carol, Scott, Janine, Megan, Kyle and Hailey; and great grandchildren Jade, Cory, and Kinsley.

Georgiana worked for many years as an Office Manager at Morristown Orthopedics Associates and later for Morristown Medical Center. After her family, her passion was singing performing with the Florham Park Players, was a member of the choir at St. Vincent Martyr in Madison, and a 34-year member of Sweet Adelines, a four-part harmony a Capella barbershop chorus. She sang and competed all over the country with The Hickory Tree Chorus in Madison, Ramapo Valley Chorus in Ramapo, and Toast of Tampa Chorus in Tampa, Florida winning numerous regional competitions and three international competitions. She also loved to travel with her husband, who preceded her in death on May 11, 2010, and had a long and enjoyable retirement in St. Pete, Florida.

We would like to thank the staffs of Sunrise Senior Living of Madison and Morris Plains for all of their love, care, and devotion to our mother during the past five years.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations to Young Singers Foundation - Sweet Adelines International. To make a donation contact: advancement@sweetadelines.com, ysf@sweetade lines.com or call 800-992-7464.

Visitation will be held Sunday, February 18 from 4-7 at Burroughs, Kohr & Dangler Funeral Homes, 106 Main St #1, Madison, NJ and a Funeral Mass on Monday, February 19 at 10 a.m. at St. Vincent Martyr, 26 Green Village Road, Madison, NJ.