Harriet Braunius

Harriet Braunius

Saturday, March 9th, 1929 Saturday, September 26th, 2020

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Obituary for Harriet Jean Braunius (Beekman)

BRAUNIUS, Harriet Jean (nee Beekman) – 91, of Midland Park passed away on September 26, 2020.
She was born, raised and lived all her life in Midland Park
Harriet was a housewife most of her life.
She was a member of Faith Reformed Church in Midland Park.

Beloved wife of the late Peter Braunius (2013).
Devoted mother of John P. Braunius and his wife Melanie, Mark T. Braunius and his wife Cindy, Paul D. Braunius and his wife Deborah and James P. Braunius and his wife Heidi.
Loving grandmother of twenty and great-grandmother of sixteen.
Dear sister-in-law of Shirley Beekman, Ann Braunius, and Jeanette Jeffer.

She will be dearly remembered for her gift of letters of encouragement to so many people and all the Christmas cookies she baked and delivered to her family, friends and shut-ins during the holidays.

All services are being held privately for the immediate Braunius family.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in Harriet’s memory to Eastern Christian School Association, 50 Oakwood Ave, North Haledon, NJ 07508

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Val Rensink

Jean. I will remember her kindness and love to my family. And our time of sharing in ministry in midland park
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Please accept my sincere Christian sympathy to all the Braunius family on the passing of my friend Jean who baked so many goodies and shared her receipes with me. I know she will be missed but so happy she is with her wonderful husband Pete and most of all that she is without any pain and singing with the angels in heaven and with her Lord and Savior. With love and prayers, Dottie Balkema
Comment | Posted at 02:27pm via Condolence

Cheryl Foster

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a lovely person. I remember her sharing one of her recipes with me. I know she will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 10:20am via Condolence

Floyd Nicholson

May the love and grace of our Lord be near to all of the Braunius family at this time of your loss. The Nicholson family
Comment | Posted at 09:07am via Condolence

Betty Ann Sullivan

To the Braunius Brothers,
Through Mark, I’ve become acquainted with Jean and her powerful influence she had on her family and the love and respect she generated. With her husband Peter, she opened her heart and home to those in need especially their upstate NY lake home! With this love and influence!, they influenced the lives of so many youth for the better. Together, Pete and Jean leaves behind a rich legacy of God’s love.. Betty Sullivan
Comment | Posted at 06:34am via Condolence

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