Margaret Anzul
Margaret Anzul
Margaret Anzul
Margaret Anzul
Margaret Anzul

Private Cremation

Memorial Mass

A Memorial Mass will be held at Assumption Church, Morristown at a later date.

Obituary of Margaret E. Anzul

Margaret E. Anzul, 91, passed away at home in Morristown, NJ on Friday, June 5, 2020.

Margaret lived in Madison for over forty years and Basking Ridge for 15 years before moving to Morristown. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Sacred Heart College in California, Masters from the University of California at Berkeley, and her Ph. D. in education at New York University. Margaret spent 38 years as a school librarian for the Madison Board of Education. She was predeceased by her husband Clement Anzul. Margaret is survived by her two sons Mark and John Anzul, and John’s wife Ann, her grandchildren, John L., Catherine, Faith, Mary and Laura Anzul and her sister Nell Rehm.

In her retirement Margaret started a consulting business, and mentored over 35 clients through their doctoral degree programs. In addition, she was also the co-author of two textbooks on qualitative research, as well as numerous articles on this topic.

Volunteer and community service were an important part of Margaret’s life. She was a founding member and Past President of the Friends of the Madison Educational Endowment Fund, and of the Friends of Paul Ziegler Fund. She was also a Past State President of Delta Kappa Gamma, and she was a member of the Committee on Teaching About the United Nations for over 15 years. Other interests included spending time with her family, collecting art, and listening to classical music. Her grandchildren said that qualities about Margaret that they will remember were her strength, her generosity, and her love of education.

A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date at Assumption Church, 91 Maple Avenue, Morristown NJ.

In lieu of flowers donations to the Rosary Shrine, 543 Springfield Avenue, Summit New Jersey 07901 would be appreciated.

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