Family and Community Mourn the Passing of Mallory McBrien


STAFFORD, NJ - Mallory McBrien, a young woman who was so deeply loved by her family and so many in the Southern Ocean community who rallied to support and regulary prayed for her, passed away on Wednesday, November 23.  

Mark Tobie, Owner-Manager of Maxwell-Tobie Funeral posted the following obituary.

Mallory McBrien, wife of Timothy McBrien and mother of Piper and Cedar, passed away peacefully at home on November 23, 2016 after a strong fight with cancer. 

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Also surviving are her parents, Michael and Patti Stewart, her sisters; Raye & her husband Matthew Martin, and Paige Stewart, her In-laws, Jim and Sue McBrien, her brothers-in-law ; Jim & his wife Jenn McBrien and Ben & his wife Krysten McBrien. She is also survived by her nieces Kieran, Andie, Sugar, Sailor, Grace and her nephew Bennett.

A Celebration of Life is being planned for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation be made to the Jetty Rock Foundation, where a fund for Cedar and Piper has been established. Donors may write a check or text the word Mallory to 41444. Checks may be submitted to The Jetty Rock Foundation, 509 N. Main Street, Unit 3, Manahawkin, NJ 08050.


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