ForeverMissed

Jan Lynn Travilla Pine Woodbury, NJ Following a lengthy illness, Jan reached "the other shore" on Sept. 21, 2017, quietly at home.

Jan was predeceased by her husband, John W.; her parents, Robert and Cheryl Travilla, and her brother, Greg (Muggs). Jan is survived by her brother, Richard Travilla (Sandy); her dear aunt, Gwen Buffington and aunt, Lenora Ogilvie; cousins, nieces, and nephews, and a multitude of friends from a life of connecting people.

The family was assisted by Fertig Funeral Home, Mullica Hill. A gathering will be held to celebrate her life Sunday, Oct. 29 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Cedarvale Winery, Logan Township, NJ. "Flip Flops only" please. There will be a toast and a time of sharing at 7 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Dr., Marlton, NJ 08053-3101 or the charity of your choice.

Posted by Petra Smith on April 4, 2022
Always thinking of you. Your pic hits me each morning. Rehab reminds me of how hard you worked. Wine reminds me of how got us all together. You have given so many wonderful memories. I am grateful for our time together.
Posted by Valerie Borelli on April 4, 2018
Today is a very sad day as it brings to mind my thoughts of a true friend whom I miss so much. She is gone but will never be forgotten. Love her memory, her smile and of course miss her,

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Posted by Petra Smith on April 4, 2022
Always thinking of you. Your pic hits me each morning. Rehab reminds me of how hard you worked. Wine reminds me of how got us all together. You have given so many wonderful memories. I am grateful for our time together.
Posted by Valerie Borelli on April 4, 2018
Today is a very sad day as it brings to mind my thoughts of a true friend whom I miss so much. She is gone but will never be forgotten. Love her memory, her smile and of course miss her,
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Shared by Patti Donofrio on April 4, 2022
My dear Jan Lyn….I think of you so often, especially with food. We foodies always stick together. I miss our dinners, haircuts, talks , reminiscing. I am so grateful for including me in your special groups of friends. 
rest easy my friend….until we meet again…hugs
Shared by Valerie Borelli on April 6, 2020
My Dear Friend. God is possibly the only one who knows how much I miss you. Now that summer is near I’m sure many of your friends and family will think of you too especially when they go to Ocean City and pass by your beach. Michael and I have been going to Manco and Manco on the O.C. Boardwalk all winter every other weekend for pizza. I think of you every time. It’s so bittersweet but have to say I feel your presence and think about you every time we’re there. Even when it’s cold, dreary and the sun isn’t shining I know that the sun is shining on you every day and it makes me happy but I’m teary at the same time. I also am hoping that when you see me there (and I feel you do) you are saying “hello sunshine”! God is blessing you as he knows you’re his special angel and -so do I . Love and miss you my beautiful friend. ☀️
Shared by Donna O'Sullivan on October 27, 2017

From the moment I met Jan almost 20 years ago, she has held a very special place in my life.  She always had a way to make me laugh when all I wanted to do was cry.  She had a way of making every person she met feel special.  Well, Jan, you are the special one.  I never met, or will ever meet, someone like you.  Whether talking on the phone or having pizza at Angelo's with Val, my mom and myself, if I asked a question about something, I would get a phone call and e-mail with all the information I could ever want to answer that question.  I wish we could have had one more lunch together....I'll always remember "hello Donna O".  You will live in my heart forever.  I could go on and on as could everyone else who ever met Jan. I am blessed to have called you my friend.