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Ms. Teresa C. McQuaid, 40, entered the loving arms of the Lord, on Sunday, September 24, 2023.
We respectfully request that no one arrive at the funeral home prior to the posted visitation times, so as not to intrude on the family’s private time.
Family and friends are invited to the visitation in the Kowalski Funeral Home, 515 Roselle Street, Linden on Sunday, October 1st. from 2:00-4:00PM. At 3:45PM, there will be a prayer service in the funeral home, offered by Reverend Bryan Wolf. The cremation in Rosehill Crematory in Linden, will be private.
Teresa was born in Monaghan, Ireland and she came to the United States when she was a mere six months old. She resided mostly in Elizabeth and Linden, before moving to Belleville a few months ago.
Teresa was very artistic and she loved to draw, using both pen, ink and pencils. She was also known for her prolific poetry writing. Teresa was an excellent baker, and her specialty was the ever popular cupcakes. She was an ardent animal lover and in her spare time, Teresa would volunteer at the various animal shelters.
Teresa is survived by her son, Aidan McQuaid; her mother, Una Moreno and her husband, Jim; her father, Gabriel M. McQuaid and his wife, Catherine; her sisters and brother, Jenny McQuaid and her companion, Anthony Ebersole, Tara Gutierrez and her husband, Rich, Jimmy Moreno and Amanda Moreno and her companion, Ed Suarez; her two nephews, Brandon Miller and Benjamin Suarez and her numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, both in the states and overseas and her neighbors and friends,
Teresa left us unexpectedly and way too soon. Our hearts are broken and tears fill our eyes. We have to lean on our faith and our belief that God has a bigger plan for Teresa. She will be dearly missed, but Teresa will never be forgotten.