Blanche Butler
Wednesday
3
November

Memorial Mass

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
St. Vincent Martyr Church
26 Green Village Road
Madison, New Jersey, United States
973-377-4000

Obituary of Blanche R. Butler

Blanche R. Butler 1918 - 2021 A Lady Who Walks! Blanche R. Butler, 102, of Brighton Gardens of Florham Park, New Jersey, passed away on October 26, 2021. Born in Newton, Massachusetts, Blanche graduated from Newton High School in 1934 and later moved to Madison, New Jersey. Blanche lived in Madison for twenty years before she resided in Brighton Gardens of Florham Park, New Jersey. Before her retirement, Blanche was a Switchboard Operator for New Jersey Bell and then a Homemaker. Blanche was referred to as the lady who walks, as she walked, almost daily, the streets of downtown Madison. She would often walk as far as Stop & Shop, the Senior Center on Walnut Street, New Leaf Consignment on Park Avenue and to St. Vincent Martyr Church. Blanche was a parishioner of St. Vincent Martyr Church, a member of the Thursday Morning Club and various other social activities in Madison. Blanche was well liked by her friends in Madison, as well as the residents and staff at Brighton Gardens. She will be missed! Blanche is survived by her loving children, Beverly Mulvey, and James Butler, adoring grandchildren, Deborah Oswin (Eric), Laurie Butler, Kenny Hicks, Ronald Hicks (Nancy) and Karen Hicks, and three cherished great-grandchildren. Blanche is predeceased by her beloved husband, Glen Butler (1991), son, George Butler, siblings, Leo Guimond, Alice Barkley and George Guimond, and son-in-law, Dennis Mulvey. A Funeral Mass was held for Blanche on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at St. Vincent Martyr Church. Inurnment will be at Hollywood Memorial Park in Union. Donations in Blanche's memory may be made to the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Attn: Treasurer, 29 Prospect Street, Madison, New Jersey 07940, or online at www.madisonems.org Arrangements are entrusted with Burroughs, Kohr & Dangler Funeral Home, Madison.
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