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Louise Ann Taback, 82

"Her smile said it all"

Died August 9, 2022

Louise Ann Taback of Blawenburg died in her sleep at her home on August 9. She was 82 years old.

Louise was born in Union City. Her parents, Anna and William Blohm, were German immigrants who came to America to carve out a new life. They owned and operated a corner grocery store in their neighborhood. They were humble, kind and generous people.

After graduating from high school Louise attended Upsala College, where she met her husband Alan. This was the beginning of a 62-year love affair. After college Louise went to work for American Airlines. Her next job was working for a doctor friend as an administrative assistant. In 1967 when her daughter Jennifer was born, she became a stay-at-home mom. She was an amazing mom

When her husband Alan told her he was leaving education to pursue a career as an artist; her comment was, “I guess I’d better get a job.”

And with that, she began her career as an administrative assistant at three food businesses; Soupe Du Jour, The Catering Company, and Lucy’s Kitchen & Market. Her attention to detail was impeccable. She loved the many lifelong friendships that developed as a result of her work.

Louise had a wonderful eye for design. Her home felt like the interior of a beautiful showroom and the gallery she owned and managed in Jerome Arizona, was, like her home, a tasteful showplace.

Louise was known for her small elegant dinner parties. She loved the warmth of the gatherings. She was humble, shy, elegant, and at 6' 1", stately. She was a beautiful person, both inside and out. Her smile said it all.

She was predeceased by her father, mother and older brother Ray, whom she adored. She is survived by her husband Alan Taback, daughter Jennifer Anderson, and son-in-law Anthony Anderson.

The celebration of Louise's life will take place on September 10 at 3:30 pm at 395 Route 518 in Blawenburg NJ.08558. Please park at the Blawenburg Church, on route 518.


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