Miscellaneous Bergen County, New Jersey Obituaries

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Saturday, April 3, 1999
 

DAVID HENRY ADAMS, 65, of Whispering Pines, N.C., formerly of Montvale, died Wednesday. He had owned and operated Montvale Liquor Store. He was an Army veteran . He was a former fire chief and fire marshal with the Montvale Fire Department. Arrangements: Robert Spearing Funeral Home, Park Ridge.
 

BEATRICE M. BARTLEY of North Arlington died Thursday. She was a parishioner of Our Lady Queen of Peace R.C. Church, North Arlington. She was an active volunteer at the Bergen County Animal Shelter, Teterboro. Arrangements: Parow Funeral Home, North Arlington.
 

NORMA C. BEVILLARD of Lanoka Harbor, formerly of River Vale, died Friday. She was a real estate broker and owner of Bay Coast Realty, Bayville, for 15 years. Arrangements: Becker Funeral Home, Westwood.
 

PETER C. CALEGARI, 69, of Northvale, died Friday. He had been a cement finisher with Local 780, New York City, for 49 years.. A veteran of the Korean War, he was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 162 and American Legion Post 366, both in Northvale. Arrangements: Pizzi Funeral Home, Northvale.
 

DAISY E. OLSEN CHASMAR, 91, of Paramus, formerly of North Bergen,died Friday. She was a member of Trinity Evangelical United Brother Church, North Bergen. Arrangements: Vander Plaat Memorial Home, Paramus.
 

MARY E. COATS, 73, of Secaucus, died Thursday. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Guiding Star Chapter 36, Maalas Temple 20, and Daughters of the Nile. She was also a member of Girl Scout Troop 27, the Secaucus Golden Agers, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Post 3776, Secaucus, where she was a founder of the Junior Girls Unit. Arrangements: Mack Memorial Home, Secaucus.
 

RICHARD COFRANCESCO, 44, of Glen Rock, formerly of Paterson, died Thursday. Born in Italy, he came to the United States in 1968. He had worked for Tri Dye Works, Paterson. He was a parishioner of St. Catherine R.C. Church, Glen Rock. He was a member of Dyers Local 1733. Arrangements: Scillieri Funeral Home, Paterson.
 

ALFONSE "FOE" DI AMBROSIO, 82, of Hackensack, died Friday. Before retiring 29 years ago, he was a millwright for Continental Paper, Ridgefield, where he worked for 29 years. He was a parishioner of St. Francis R.C. Church, Hackensack. Arrangements: G. Thomas Gentile Funeral Home, Hackensack.
 

LEONARDA BRUGNANO DiMARTINO, 82, of Pompton Lakes, formerly of Paterson, died Friday. She was a dressmaker before retiring. Arrangements: Richards Funeral Home, Riverdale.
 

ALICE K. GATELY, 73, of Clifton, died Thursday. Before retiring, she was a payroll clerk for Jet Line Pool Co., Belleville. She was a parishioner of St. Andrew R.C. Church, Clifton, where she was a member of its 39ers Club. She was also a member of the Monday Morning Seniors Bowling League, Clifton. Arrangements: Allwood Funeral Home, Clifton.
 

PHILOMENA CONTE HARYN of Paterson, formerly of Passaic and Clifton,died Friday. Before retiring, she worked for Popular Club Plan, Passaic. She was a parishioner of Holy Trinity R.C. Church, Passaic. Arrangements: Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, Lexington Avenue, Clifton.
 

MURIEL LIPPMAN LEICHTER, 73, of Lakewood, formerly of Bergenfield, died Friday. Before retiring, she was a supervisor for General Motors Acceptance Corp., Totowa. She was a former member of B'nai Brith, New Milford. Arrangements: Belkoff-Goldstein Funeral Chapel, Lakewood.
 

ANNA M. DAVI LENZA, 84, of Oradell, formerly of Emerson, died Thursday. She had owned Emerson Cleaners, Emerson, for 40 years. She was a parishioner of St. Joseph R.C. Church, Oradell. She was a member of the Book & Needle Club, Oradell, and its International Relations Club. Arrangements: Volk-Leber Funeral Home, Oradell.
 

ANNE LEVANTE, 41, of Teaneck, died Thursday. She was an office manager for Chaus , Secaucus. Previously she had been a traffic manager for Mikasa, Secaucus. She was a parishioner of St. Joseph R.C. Church, Bogota. She was a member of the Lupus Foundation, Elmwood Park. Arrangements: Petrik Funeral Home, Bogota.
 

KATHY ANN MAJOR, 37, of Waldwick died Wednesday. She was a secretary for Ventura Foods, City of Industry, Calif. She was a member of the Waldwick Ambulance Corps. Arrangements: C.C. Van Emburgh Funeral Home, Ridgewood. 
 

DR. CATHERINE J. MOLINARI, 78, of North Arlington died Thursday. Before retiring in 1985, she was a Patient Education Coordinator at East Orange Veterans Administration Hospital. Subsequently, she was an associate professor at Rutgers University's College of Nursing, Newark, where she worked for 16 years. From 1967 to 1969, she assisted the chairman of the Nursing Department at William Paterson College in organizing and implementing the Baccalaureate Degree Program in Nursing. She was assistant director of the National League for Nursing, Department of Diploma and Associate Degree Program, New York City. From 1955 to 1961, she was director of the School of Nursing for Hackensack Hospital. She was a member of the American Nurses Association, the National League for Nurses, and New Jersey League for Nursing. She was a life member of the Teachers College at Columbia University, New York City, and was past president of the New Jersey State Nurses Association. She served as New Jersey Nursing League Representative to the New Jersey Department of Higher Education Health Professions Education Advisory Council Nursing Subcommittee. From 1986-1987, she was listed in Who's Who in American Nursing. A 1941 graduate of St. Michael's Hospital School of Nursing, she received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Seton Hall University. In 1971, she earned a master's in education from Columbia University, New York City, and received her doctorate from Rutgers University Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, in 1980. Arrangements: Parow Funeral Home, North Arlington. 
 

BARBARA ELIZABETH MOSCA, 78, of Manahawkin, formerly of Totowa, died Thursday. Before retiring in 1990, she was an executive secretary for Consolidated Novelty Inc., Paterson, where she worked for 18 years. Arrangements: Thos. L. Shinn Funeral Home, Manahawkin.
 

ELLEN HANSEN OLAFSON, 88, of Whiting, formerly of Wood-Ridge, died Thursday. Before retiring in 1979, she was an assistant librarian for the Wood-Ridge Library. She was a member of United Methodist Church, Hasbrouck Heights, and its Women's Association. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Wood-Ridge 60-Plus Club. She was a former organist for Bethany Methodist Church, Jersey City. Arrangements: Kohler Funeral Home, Wood-Ridge.
 

FRANK BOYD RODWELL SR. of Passaic died Tuesday. Before retiring, he worked for DeLuxe Cleaners, Clifton. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Arrangements: Bragg Funeral Home, Passaic.
 

HELEN I. SMITH, 90, of Fair Lawn died Friday. Before retiring in 1972, she was the principal of Cambridge School, Saddle Brook, for 22 years. The school was renamed in her honor upon her retirement. Previously, she was an educator in the Saddle Brook School System for 43 years. She was a member of First Reformed Church, Hawthorne. Arrangements: Browning-Forshay Funeral Home, Hawthorne.
 

ALEXANDER TARANTO, 18, of Bergenfield, formerly of Fort Lee, died Thursday. He was a student at William Paterson University, Wayne. Arrangements: A. K. Macagna Funeral Home, Cliffside Park.
 

MICHAEL D. VACCARO, 89, of Oradell died Thursday. Before retiring, he was vice president of Witco Chemical Co., New York City. Subsequently, he worked for Kramer Corp., Fair Lawn. He was a former River Edge councilman. He was a member of the Hackensack Golf Club and the Seniors, Oradell. He was president of the Mayfair League. Arrangements: Beaugard Funeral Home, River Edge.
 

TUNIS VAN DER WENDE, 95, of Paramus, formerly of Fair Lawn, died Tuesday. Before retiring, he was a truck driver and mechanic for Glen Rock Lumber Co., Fair Lawn. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Arrangements: Vander Plaat Colonial Home, Fair Lawn.
 

WALTER R. WISNIEFSKI, 72, of Paterson died Wednesday. Before retiring, he was an electrical engineer consultant for Bendix Corp., Teterboro. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Arrangements: Della Torre Funeral Home, Paterson.
 

CARMINE YUPPA, 64, of Gilbert, Ariz., and his son SCOTT YUPPA, 30, of Chandler, Ariz., both formerly of Lodi, died March 20 in a plane crash. Carmine Yuppa was a retired truck driver and an Air Force veteran. Scott Yuppa was a computer analyst and a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. Arrangements: Lakeshore Mortuary, Mesa, Ariz.

Sunday, April 4, 1999
 

MARGUERITE M. AHEARN, 62, of Westwood died Thursday. She had worked for the Westwood Public Library. She was a parishioner of St. Andrew R.C. Church, Westwood. Arrangements: Becker Funeral Home, Westwood.
 

JOSEPH C. AMAYA, 17, of Fairview died Friday. He was a student at Cliffside Park High School, where he played the drums in the school band. Arrangements: Jorge Rivera Funeral Home, North Bergen.
 

STEPHEN G. ANNIUK, 80, of Garfield died Wednesday. Before retiring in 1978, he was a millwright for Continental Can Co., Passaic, where he worked for 15 years. Arrangements: Patrick J. Conte Funeral Home, Elmwood Park.
 

ANDREW G. BIRMINGHAM III, 51, of Ridgewood died Saturday. He was a technician for Anacomp Computer Co., New York City. An Army veteran, he was a member of American Legion Post 53, Ridgewood. He was a member of the Ridgewood United Methodist Church. He was a member of the 10-70 Repeater Association Inc., the East Coast DX Association, and the American Radio Relay League. Arrangements: Feeney Funeral Home, Ridgewood.
 

RUTH ANN RYNSHALL BROCKER, 78, of Clifton died Friday. She was a secretary for General Electric Co., Bogota. Arrangements: Bizub-Parker Funeral Home, Little Falls.
 

GLADYS M. CRAWFORD CHADWICK, 91, of Totowa died Friday. Arrangements: Festa Memorial Funeral Home, Totowa.
 

JERRY F. D'ANDREA, 70, of Haledon, formerly of Paterson, died Thursday. Before retiring in 1979, he was a machine operator for the Continental Can Co., Paterson, where he worked for 20 years. He was a parishioner of St. Paul R.C. Church, Prospect Park. Arrangements: Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home, Wayne.
 

EDWARD F. D'INTINO, 93, of Manchester, formerly of Paterson, died Friday. Before retiring, he was a weaver in Paterson. Arrangements: Costa Memorial Home, Hasbrouck Heights.
 

HELEN E. DURKIN, 78, of Rockaway, formerly of Saddle Brook and Rochelle Park, died Friday. Before retiring in 1985, she was a dental assistant for Dr. Witzburg, Rochelle Park. She was a life member of the Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post 170, Rochelle Park. Arrangements: Norman Dean Home for Services, Denville.
 

ROSE BONANNO ERNST, 91, of West Paterson died Friday. Before retiring in 1954, she was a nurse's aide at Passaic General Hospital. Arrangements: Santangelo Funeral Home, Lodi.
 

INGE FENNERS, 59, of the Oak Ridge section of Jefferson Township, died Friday. Born in Germany, she came to the United States in 1958. Arrangements: Richards Funeral Home, West Milford.
 

KATHRYN E. MURPHY CRAMER HOLMES, 94, of New Milford, formerly of Ramsey, died Tuesday. Arrangements: Vander Plaat Funeral Home, Wyckoff.
 

MAUREEN E. SCHARLOO KEMPER, 55, of Parsippany-Troy Hills, formerly of Wayne, died Friday. She was director of nursing for the Summit Ridge Nursing Center, West Orange. Previously, she was assistant director of nursing for the Morris Hills Nursing Center, Morristown. She was a 1963 graduate of St. Mary Hospital School of Nursing, Hoboken. Arrangements: Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home, Wayne.
 

FREDERICK KIRCHOFF, 80, of Little Ferry died Friday. Before retiring in 1977, he was a supervisor for the Ford Motor Co., Mahwah, where he worked for 30 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 809, Little Ferry. He also was a member of the Senior Citizens and the Sokol Club, both in Little Ferry. Arrangements: Trinka-Faustini Funeral Home, Little Ferry.
 

ADDISON F. LANG, 94, of Upper Saddle River died Monday. Before retiring in 1969, he worked for Western Electric, Jersey City, for 49 years. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America and a charter member of DeMolay. Arrangements: Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home, Ramsey.
 

THOMAS D. McCARTHY, 61, of Dumont died Saturday. Before retiring last year, he worked for the U.S. Postal Service at the Times Square Station in New York City for 37 years. He was a Navy veteran. He was a parishioner of Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Haworth. Arrangements: Frech Funeral Home, Dumont.
 

RALPH MILO, 70, of Forked River, formerly of North Bergen, died Friday. Before retiring in 1997, he was supervisor of buildings and grounds for the Hillsdale Board of Education. Arrangements: Layton's Home for Funerals, Forked River.
 

WALTER WILLIAM MOLZEN SR., 78, of Saddle Brook died Saturday. Before retiring in 1981, he was a machinist for Nabisco, Fair Lawn, and had worked for the company for more than 40 years. Arrangements: Oakland Memorial Home.
 

JOHN J. PALADINO, 74, of Lodi died Friday. Before retiring in 1986, he was a member of the Bergen County Police Department. He was a parishioner of St. Joseph R.C. Church, Lodi. He was a member of PBA Local 49 and the Navy Seabees. Arrangements: Santangelo Funeral Home, Lodi.
 

STANLEY J. PARTYKA, 81, of Wallington died Friday. Before retiring in 1979, he was a truck driver for the Wallington Department of Public Works, where he worked for 15 years. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2640, Wallington. He was a parishioner of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus R.C. Church, Wallington. Arrangements: Wozniak Home for Funerals, Wallington.
 

CHRISTIAN T. REINARTSEN, 79, of Waldwick died Friday. He had been a mail clerk for Sharp Electronics, Mahwah, for 10 years. Previously, he was a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service, Ridgewood, where he worked for 30 years. He was a member of the United States Letter Carriers Union. Arrangements: Feeney Funeral Home, Ridgewood.
 

PETER RENGEL, 46, of Glenelg, Md., formerly of Old Tappan, died Friday. He was born in Switzerland. He was a graduate of Hope College, Holland, Mich. He was a partner and manufacturer's sales representative for RJ Chemical Sales, Cockeysville, Md. Previously, he was a research chemist for Ciba-Geigy. He was a member of the Glenelg United Methodist Church. Arrangements: Haight Funeral Home and Chapel, Sykesville, Md.
 
 

ANNA SERVIDIO RESSA, 86, of Moonachie died Friday. Before retiring in 1980, she was a saleswoman for Knit Studios, Hoboken. She was a parishioner of St. Margaret of Cortona R.C. Church, Little Ferry. Arrangements: Trinka-Faustini Funeral Home, Little Ferry.
 

JAMES F. RYAN,78, of Middletown, formerly of Jersey City, died Friday. He was a self-employed attorney. He had served as corporation counsel for Jersey City. He had also served as assistant prosecutor for Hudson County and director of pensions for Jersey City. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II. He was a graduate of the John Marshall Law School. He was a parishioner of St. James R.C. Church, Red Bank. He was vice president of the National Institute of Municipal Law Officers. He was a former president of the Hudson County Bar Association, the Bergen Carteret Club of Jersey City, and the University Club of Hudson County, and was judge advocate of the St. Lucy Catholic Veterans Post. Arrangements: John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank.
 

GEORGE SCHABLICK, 68, of Wood-Ridge, formerly of Carlstadt, died Friday. Before retiring in 1986, he was an inspector for Becton Dickinson and Co., East Rutherford, where he was a member of the Retirement Club. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Carlstadt. Arrangements: Kohler Funeral Home, Wood-Ridge.
 

MICHAEL SILBERSTEIN, 65, of Hackensack died Thursday. He had worked at Bloomingdale's, Hackensack. Previously, he worked for Silberstein's Curtain and Lace Store, Paterson. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Arrangements: Robert Schoem's Menorah Chapel, Paramus.
 

HENRY J. STOLTZ, 57, of West Milford died Friday. He had been a carpenter and construction subcontractor. Arrangements: Richards Funeral Home, West Milford.
 

HAROLD E. WARSHAW, 79, of Hackensack and Palm Springs, Fla., died Thursday. He had been a certified public accountant. He was a warrant officer in the Finance Corps during World War II. He received a master's degree from City College of New York in 1939. Arrangements: Gutterman-Musicant, Hackensack.
 

EVELYN A. DENNERLEIN WELLINGTON, 86, of Dumont died Wednesday. Before retiring, she was a telephone operator for New York Telephone in the Bronx. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America, New York City. Arrangements: Riewerts Memorial Home, Bergenfield.
 

ELAINE WENDT WETTERAU, 80, of Mahwah died Thursday. She had been an editor of college textbooks, most recently as a production supervisor for the MacMillan Publishing Co., New York City. Previously, she worked for Princeton University Press; D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton; and Holt, Reinhart and Winston, New York City. She was a 1940 graduate of Barnard College. Arrangements: Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home, Ramsey.
 

LEONA SIEGRIST YUHAS, 94, of Toms River, formerly of Clifton, died Thursday. She was a parishioner of Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Clifton, where she was a member of the Rosary Society. Arrangements: Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, Van Houten Avenue, Clifton.
 

FLORENCE ZAKRZEWSKI POLOMSKI ZAHN, 86, of Whiting, formerly of Jersey City, died Thursday. Arrangements: Riewerts Memorial Home, Bergenfield.


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