ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Norma Iris Keegan (Mommy and MomMom) 83 years old, born on April 23, 1937 and passed away on May 13, 2020. She will live in our hearts forever.
Posted by Kelly Collazo on May 17, 2020
My heartfelt condolences to Norma's children, extended family and friends. Though we have not been in touch for some time, I treasure the special memories of Norma working at CSMC and the laughs we shared. She was a terrific co-worker, classy lady and wonderful mother. God Bless you all.
Posted by Wendy Wolfe on May 16, 2020
Heaven has received another "special" Angel❤
Sending the entire Martin/Keegan, Fuentes & Saliski families love, hope, courage & strength to help cope with the loss of their beloved Great Grandmother, Grandmother, Mother, Aunt & Cousin
Norma Keegan(Mom Mom) was an extraordinary woman...
She made you feel loved with her warm and inviting personality... She loved selflessly... She loved unconditionally...Always ready for a celebration, always the life of a party... Her cooking was exceptional...Why? Because she cooked with Love❤ Everything she did for family and friends was out of love. She never spoke a harsh word about anyone... But, she was a wise woman... She spoke words of wisdom. Norma Keegan was a woman of pride and strength of character... I am so blessed to have known her... I know how close a bond she had with her beautiful family... I miss her already... Can't imagine how they all feel... All I can say, is look for signs from above... I know love never dies... Mom Mom will always be near❤
Posted by Lisa Pallatto on May 16, 2020
Norma a/k/a. MOMMOM will always hold a special place in my heart. From the first time I met her she accepted me, Tony and especially my Daughter Nickalina into her family with loving open arms and for that I am truly grateful and blessed to have known her. May she Rest In Peace as she enters into eternal life in Heaven.

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Posted by Kelly Collazo on May 17, 2020
My heartfelt condolences to Norma's children, extended family and friends. Though we have not been in touch for some time, I treasure the special memories of Norma working at CSMC and the laughs we shared. She was a terrific co-worker, classy lady and wonderful mother. God Bless you all.
Posted by Wendy Wolfe on May 16, 2020
Heaven has received another "special" Angel❤
Sending the entire Martin/Keegan, Fuentes & Saliski families love, hope, courage & strength to help cope with the loss of their beloved Great Grandmother, Grandmother, Mother, Aunt & Cousin
Norma Keegan(Mom Mom) was an extraordinary woman...
She made you feel loved with her warm and inviting personality... She loved selflessly... She loved unconditionally...Always ready for a celebration, always the life of a party... Her cooking was exceptional...Why? Because she cooked with Love❤ Everything she did for family and friends was out of love. She never spoke a harsh word about anyone... But, she was a wise woman... She spoke words of wisdom. Norma Keegan was a woman of pride and strength of character... I am so blessed to have known her... I know how close a bond she had with her beautiful family... I miss her already... Can't imagine how they all feel... All I can say, is look for signs from above... I know love never dies... Mom Mom will always be near❤
Posted by Lisa Pallatto on May 16, 2020
Norma a/k/a. MOMMOM will always hold a special place in my heart. From the first time I met her she accepted me, Tony and especially my Daughter Nickalina into her family with loving open arms and for that I am truly grateful and blessed to have known her. May she Rest In Peace as she enters into eternal life in Heaven.
her Life
Norma grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from Prospect Heights High School, Brooklyn, New York. She moved to Freehold, New Jersey in 1971 before moving to Howell, New Jersey in 1978. She worked at Freehold Area Hospital (now Centra State Medical Center) from 1972 to 1991. She is predeceased by her mother Herminia Delgado, her father Olympio Delgado, her husband Wilson 'Bill' Keegan, her daughter Roxanne Martin Conti and her daughter-in-law Yvonne Martin. She is survived by her children: son Stephen Martin, his former wife Kathleen Patrick, daughter Cynthia Fuentes and her husband Raymond Fuentes, stepdaughter Debra Coleman and her husband Anthony Coleman, son Richard Martin, daughter Robin Keegan-Wolf and her husband Peter Wolf, son Douglas Martin and his wife Lisa Martin, stepson Douglas Keegan, son Jeffrey Martin and his wife Maria Martin, daughter Normalynn Saliski and her husband Christopher Saliski along with 21 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. 
She enjoyed cooking, sewing and gardening and her family was her everything. Her kindness tenderness and love was felt by all who met her. God lent us an angel for 83 years and now she has been called home. Our hearts are broken but we know this is not goodbye because goodbye is forever and we will see her again in Heaven. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to her son Richard Martin's GoFundMe to assist him with his ongoing medical treatment for his fight against cancer.
 https://www.gofundme.com/f/d66bu-help-rick-kick-cancer 
Private funeral is being held on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.


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Shared by Denise Titus on May 17, 2020
Norma was such a wonderful and special person. We met her over 40 years ago through her daughter Cindy and husband Ray. We were only friends of the family but she welcomed us with open arms and immediately took us in as part of her family. That’s just the kind of person she was. She was fun loving and kind to all. We are so blessed to have known her and we are thankful for all the memories. She will definitely be missed! Our sincere condolences and prayers go out to all her family.

Denise and Jim