Manasquan, NJ:

Passing of Jean S. Smock, CEO of P.L. Custom Body and Equipment Co., Inc.

Jean S. Smock, (81) of Manasquan passed away peacefully on Friday July 28, 2023, at her home, with family and close
friends at her side, after a long-fought battle with Parkinson’s.

Jean was born in Boston MA, lived in Westwood, MA, New York City, New Brunswick, and eventually settled in
Manasquan. Jean’s career spanned many years, beginning at Time Inc., NYC, from where she retired after 30 years, and
continued as the CEO of P.L. Custom Body and Equipment Co., Inc. in Manasquan until her death.

Jean and her late husband Bud were generous and passionate supporters of her Alma Mater, Endicott College, MA and
Rutgers NJ University Athletics, particularly the women’s crew team. She was Past President of the Endicott Alumni
Association, Alumni of the Year awardee and on the Board of Trustees for Endicott College.

The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority played a large part in her life from her early days in NYC, Princeton, and locally here in Brick.
An early Westwood High School highlight was her time as a majorette on the twirling squad and a member of the
International Order of the Rainbow for Girls.

Jean had an easy smile and made many lifelong friends that remain with her today. She took genuine interest in the lives
of all she loved. She enjoyed travelling and gardening as well as journaling and list making.

Mrs. Smock was predeceased by her parents, Paul and Evelyn Shanning, and her husband Martin V. Smock (Bud). She is
survived by her sister, Elizabeth Milley and her husband Stephen, daughters Deborah Thomson and husband Barry,
Candi Smock, Jennifer Smock and Marta Quinn, niece Jennifer Gregor and husband Bill, nephew Ron and wife Anna,
grandson William F. Quinn, granddaughter Corey Quinn, great grandson William F Quinn IV, grandnephews Chad, Drew
and Ross, grandnieces Tatum and Olivia and family friend Ginger Harmer.