Love and memories last forever...
  • Passed away on September 17, 2014 .

Eleanor “Nell” Jean (Frezeman) Immler, 90, of Swedesboro, N.J., went home to the Lord on September 17, 2014 surrounded by her daughters and daughter-in-law. 
She was the loving mother of Jean Immler and Angela Huggins and “Grammi” of Christian Huggins, Elizabeth Huggins, and Abigail Betz. 
Nell grew up in Reading, PA and is graduate of Lebanon Valley College ~ Class of 1946. Nell became a choral director in the Merchantville Schools in the 1950’s and Pennsauken High School from 1962 through 1964. In addition, she was the founder and director of the community choral group, Friends of Music Chorale from 1962 through 1972. Nell served numerous churches in the South Jersey area as a church organist and choir director. For the past seven years she dedicated her talents to the congregation at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of Mullica Hill, NJ.  Nell was a talented artist. She was a long time member and past president of the Gloucester County Art League. Over the years, her paintings won numerous awards in various community art shows. Nell loved life to the fullest and was always ready for an adventure!
She always encouraged others through her motto, “SING!, DANCE!, LAUGH!, PRAY,….ALL IS WEL!.”   
A Celebration of Life service will be held at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of Mullica Hill, N.J., on 
September 21, 2014 at 6:00pm.
In lieu of flowers, as an expression of celebration of Nell’s life, contributions may be made to St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Music Ministry Fund. 

Posted by Jean Heisman on 21st September 2014
Jean, Angie and Sharon, So sorry to hear about Nell's passing. She was a wonderful babysitter "grandmother" to our boys during their formative years. We will always be grateful to have had her for a neighbor and sitter. May she rest in peace. Jean and Elliott
Posted by Mary Garozzo on 21st September 2014
I just learned today of the passing of Nell & while I am deeply saddened by the passing of a dear friend, I know that heaven has gained a special & sassy angel. I'll miss our talks, the sound of your piano playing drifting thru the neighborhood & your contagious love of life that was a daily influence on me. Thank you for the beautiful butterfly that I'll always cherish & the friendship of the best neighbor I could have asked for.
Posted by Gregory Saxon on 19th September 2014
Dear Jean, So sorry to you and the family for the loss of your Mother, my sincerest condolensces.
Posted by Caroline Carr on 18th September 2014
I didn't know your mom but I do know she raised a wonderful daughter. Cherish all your memories and she will be watching over you in heaven. Thinking of you and you family and sending prayers.
Posted by Maureen Czbas on 18th September 2014
What a wonderful Lady and Mom. Will always remember our conversations through the years. The family was blessed to have her as their own. Sing, sing, sing Mrs. Imm
Posted by Pamela Becker on 18th September 2014
Jean and family, We are saddened by the loss of your Mother. Keep her memories close to your heart and she will always be with you. May the music play on in heaven. Thinking of you all in our thoughts and prayers. The Becker Family
Posted by Ellen Bernstein on 18th September 2014
Jean, my thoughts are with you and your entire family. When one is lucky enough to have a parent(s) that teaches us so much, and provides the love that allows us to be true to others...we honor them by passing their stories and their love to those who surround us.You are blessed to have so many smiles, hugs, tears, music but most of all deep, warm memories. Hold them I know you will. Your mom will be with you each day and you will always be with her. You will now celebrate her life in a way that differs from the past...but it will be a celebration of meaningful. "Love and memories last forever"
Posted by Cathy Czbas on 18th September 2014
Jean, your mom was a classy lady. Not everyone has the amount of musical and artistic talent that your mom was blessed having... and she seemed to want nothing more than to share it with everyone. I count myself a lucky one to have been able to get to know her and to share in some of her passions, such as art. Her warm and loving memories will now live on like a song in all of our hearts. Prayers to you, Angie, Sharon, Abbie and family.
Posted by Nicole Jersey on 18th September 2014
Oh how I loved her sassy spirit, her warm smiles, and creative personality. I loved her bathroom (with all our writings). I cherish the conversations l have had with her and how no matter what I was talking about she always asked, "Nicole where is your handsone brother Austin". It takes an awesome mom to raise a daughter like You Jean. You are one of a kind, just like your mom was. You were lucky to have her and blessed to see her again one day. I truly miss her already!! I really loved her!! Wonderful, gifted soul. Heaven is lucky.

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