Let the memory of Macar be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Macar Antonov . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Judy Brown on 4th March 2019
Mrs Antonov and Family, May the blessings of God, fulfill, and sustain you during this time of your loved one loss. With Deepest Sympathy, Mrs. J Brown
Posted by Richard Williams on 2nd March 2019
Macar was a dear friend and coworker in the Lord’s harvest. He loved the Lord Jesus Christ with all his being and desired to see people come to know Him as their Savior. He had an easy way of striking up a conversation with someone and would engage them quickly. In the time we knew him, he shared some of his ways that we shall use and think of him when we do. He was part of the Bible study at our home and contributed to good discussion and fellowship time. I personally remember Macar riding his scooter to Saturday morning men’s Bible study and initially thought he didn’t have car. He was a great help in our outreach during Jackson Day. We will miss him and think of him often. Can’t wait to see him again. I know he’ll be in heaven greeting us. Alice and Richard Williams
Posted by Jaime Zapata on 28th February 2019
Macar will be missed by his brothers & sisters at Jackson Baptist Church (JBC). He faithfully served as a "Greeter" for years, where he made visitors feel welcomed and loved. Macar was also a member of a JBC Bible Study, meeting each week and offering his insights and questions to the group. He loved the Lord and was not ashamed to proclaim it! Miss ya, Macar! Jaime
Posted by Betty Boyer on 28th February 2019
Sending prayers, love , and comforting hugs to you and your family. May you be blessed in the comfort of knowing Macar rests in peace in the arms of our great Lord. God bless you and “ Keep the Faith”
Posted by Lynn Antonov on 27th February 2019
Memorial Service is at 11:00 a.m. Saturday March 2 at Jackson Baptist Church.
Posted by Donna Maki on 27th February 2019
The Lord has called Marac home. He rests in peace but leaves sorrowful hearts behind, especially for Lynn and his children who he loved dearly. I send my prayers, love, and comforting thoughts for all of his friends and family. No more suffering in the Heavenly Kingdom. R.I.P Macar.
Posted by Lynn Antonov on 26th February 2019
Macar Antonov was born in South River, NJ on February 13, 1955 and passed away on February 20, 2019. Macar was a former member of Gideons International and Lions Club International, was an ardent volunteer supervisor at Creation Festival annually for about three decades, and enthusiastically served in various capacities at Jackson Baptist Church. Macar was an avid roller skater and as a young man co-owned EZ Roller, a skate shop in South River. Later work included director of maintenance for assisted living facilities. Macar's hope was in the Lord Jesus. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whoever believes in (trusts and follows) Him will not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16. Macar is survived by his wife Lynn Antonov, his beloved children Nicholas, Alexander, and Karissa Antonov, his sisters Alexis (husband John) Stashkevetch and Faith Kazmarek, nephew John Michael (wife Cheryl) Stashkevetch and their children (Owen and Sylvia), and members of his wife's family. Funeral service will be held at Jackson Baptist Church, 360 Bennetts Mills Rd, Jackson, NJ. Interment at 4 pm at St. Peter and Paul's Russian Orthodox Cemetery, Raymond Pl., South River. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Gideons International, Jackson Baptist Church, or Camp PALS (palsprograms.org).

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