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This is not an obituary, this is a memoir.
Danielle Jodon carried a big heart for those around her and when walking into a room, she brought happiness into the environment. She would help you if she could when you needed it the most. Although Danielle was compassionate towards others, she was dealing with a lot internally that no one can truly understand because her love for them would overshadow her fears, trials and tribulations. She was a very spiritually uplifting person to have by your side. Danielle loved the sun, moon and the sky. She enjoyed watching hopeless romantic films on Hallmark and Lifetime. One of her many passions was getting family together when things were intricate, singing her favorite music, practicing her spirituality and cleansing negative energies, drawing and coloring, and her favorite color was purple. These were some of the many passions in her life. Danielle Jodon was a loving mother, daughter, sister, and aunt. No matter the circumstances within the family, she always tried to bring everyone together and help keep things tranquil. Danielle was 43 years old on the day of her passing. She fought 3 days before leaving this earth and entering a newer and better place in heaven. She is now joined with her sister Alysha Jodon, her grandfather James Jodon, her Uncle Tom Small, and her best friend Jason Forino as well as others she has lost in this life time. Danielle gave birth to her first son Damien Nov 27th 1999 And her second son Xavier Jan 13 2001 she was so happy to seen them grow into the young men they are today Danielle had 4 sisters and two Brothers Sarah Jodon, Alysha Jodon, Maria Charron, Anthony Charron, and Chris Charron she had two aunts and 3 uncles as well as 7 nieces and nephews all of whom she loved very much. Danielle worked for many years as a dispatcher for Kelly’s car service and numerous other cab companies as well as tow truck companies. She did what ever she could to provide for her family because the job that mattered most was being the best mother she could be, and she was. Danielle grew up all over the place but called South River home during her childhood. Once she entered parent hood she moved to East Brunswick to make sure her kids could have the best education she could get for them. Danielle herself also took upon the challenge of furthering her education and won her reward, an associate degree in business management. Every thing she did in life had meaning and purpose, and even though she is no longer here with us, she left behind something special: a motive to be the best you no matter what challenge steps in front of you.