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Jeanne Grundy (Holbrook)

Jeanne Holbrook Grundy, of Newtown, PA, died peacefully on January 21, 2024. She was 93 years old.

Born in Ohio to Allen and Mercedes Holbrook, Jeanne grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio. She attended Florida Southern College where she met and married the love of her life, Vaughan Grundy, Jr. Jeanne and Vaughan were married for 72 years and raised their four children in Yardley, PA.

Jeanne was an active volunteer with the Junior League of Princeton, the Childrens’ Home Society of Trenton and the Red Cross. Jeanne also served as a deacon at Morrisville Presbyterian Church.

She loved her life on the water, living and traveling on the Full Moon, with Vaughan. They shared many adventures in the Bahamas, Florida and along the east coast throughout the years, together with friends and family.

Jeanne is survived by her husband Vaughan; their children, Cindy Carlson of Morrisville, PA, Bonnie and Marc Waldinger of Newtown, PA, Vaughan III and Rachel Grundy of Titusville, NJ and Kristin and Gary Greaves of Yardley, PA. “Honey” is also survived by her nine grandchildren Bradley and Sherry Stoner of Philipsburg, PA, Kimberly Stoner of Charleston, SC, Kirby and Nick Baldwin of Glenmoore, PA, Morgan and Joe DiCecilia of Peapack, NJ, Hannah Greaves of Yardley, PA, Mary Grundy of Bend, OR, Vaughan IV, Thomas and James Grundy of Titusville,  NJ and eight great grandchildren, Henley and Sullivan Stoner, Margot and Elizabeth DiCecilia, Eloise, Amelia, George and Alice Baldwin.

Jeanne will always be remembered for her genuine kindness, gracious nature, and her love for friends and family.

Visitation and funeral services will be private.

Memorial donations may be made to Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church at 1680 Aquetong Road in New Hope, PA 18938.

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