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Jayne "Worrall" Evans

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Jayne P. Evans, 68, of Forked River, died peacefully at home, surrounded by her loving family, on March 25, 2020. Born in Jersey City, she lived many years in Beachwood and New York state before moving back to Forked River in 1989. She was a graduate of Central Regional High School and Ocean County College. Mrs. Evans was a Social Work Case Manager with the Ocean County Board of Social Services in Toms River where she performed many years of dedicated service to those families she helped and managed a support group for caregivers of Alzheimer’s Patients. Prior to that, she was a manager with 21 Plus Inc., a non-profit organization serving adults with developmental disabilities. Jayne was predeceased by her father Donald P. Worrall in 1999 and her nephew Ryan Worrall in 2011.

Surviving are her three daughters, Erinn Byers and her husband Mark, Kristen Wickham and her husband
Thomas, and Caitlin Nogalo and her fiancé Brandon Morris; her mother Helen Worrall; her three siblings, Donna Jorgensen, Kelly Nutwell and Patrick D. Worrall; her five grandchildren, Regan, Paige, Grace, Brenna and Ethan, whom she adored. Jayne also loved her extended family and friends very much.

A Memorial Service will be scheduled in the future. For expressions of condolences, please visit ( Contributions in Jayne’s memory may be made to: Alzheimer's Foundation ( or to: Congenital Hyperinsulinism International (, and would be appreciated. Mastapeter Memorial Home, Bayville is in charge of the arrangements.
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Susan Gawron

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Sue Szafranowski

Posted at 06:55pm
Jaynie (that's what we called her in high school at Toms River South) was one of those people to whom others were just drawn. She had such a calming, centered personality, even then. I think it was senior year she transferred into South, and we became friends immediately. Our lunches together were always fun and we had some heartfelt conversations. I was shocked to see her senior photo in the paper with the sad news. it sent me to dig out our yearbook, a task in itself. I never do that. Please know how much I thought of her. I am so very sorry.

Erinn Byers

Posted at 02:54pm
My Mom was a beautiful person. She was loved by all who knew her. She cared for many people and touched many people's lives. She was an outspoken champion of those who couldn't defend themselves in her work. She was an avid Yankees fan. Mom loved Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Bruce Springsteen. She was proud of her Irish heritage. All of her grandkids had a special place in her heart, even if each of them called her by a different name. She is already missed, and being prayed for and loved from here. Mark, Regan, Paige, Grace, and I will not be the same without her, but she gave us love and lessons enough in life to see us through until we are all together again. ❤️☘️

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