Services for Glenn Olinger, 84, of Berkeley Township will be held at
11 a.m. Monday in the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Toms River, 26 Mule
Rd., Toms River.
Mr. Olinger, who died Thursday at home, was employed with the Somerville
Post Office for 12 years before retiring in 1986. Previously, he had been
a route salesman for 18 years with the General Baking Co. in New York.
He was a member of the Holiday City Chapter of the Deborah Heart and
Born in Fairfax, Okla., Mr. Olinger lived in Maplewood before moving
to Berkeley Township 11 years ago.
Surviving are Betty, his wife of 59 years; a son, Col. Preston Olinger,
U.S.A.F. retired; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Lee Yeomans; two brothers, Earl
and J.P.; four grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Christine Marie Nichols
A Mass for Mrs. Christine Marie Nichols, 32, of Long Valley will be
offered at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. John the Evangelist Church, Leonia. The
funeral will be from the Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral
Home, 327 Main St., Fort Lee.
Mrs. Nichols, who died Friday in New York Presbyterian Hospital, was
an officer manager for two dentists in the Leonia area for several years.
She was a 1990 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill,
Born in Englewood, she lived in Leonia before moving to Long Valley
two years ago.
Surviving are her husband, Troy; her parents, Dr. H. Karl and Helen
Springob, and a brother, Paul Springob.
Beatrice E. Naughton
Mrs. Beatrice E. Naughton, 96, of Tinton Falls died yesterday in the
Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune.
A Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. James Church, Red Bank,
following the funeral from the John E. Day Funeral Home, 85 Riverside Ave.,
Mrs. Naughton worked for Purolator Products in Rahway as a factory
worker for 27 years before retiring 30 years ago.
Born in County Mayo, Ireland, she lived in Irvington and East Orange
before moving to Tinton Falls.
Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. Mary Duddy; a sister, Mrs. Nora Madden,
and two other sisters in Ireland; two brothers, also in Ireland, and seven
Hugh C. Murray
A Mass for Hugh C. Murray, 76, of Lebanon will be offered at 9 a.m.
Wednesday in St. John’s Church, Dunellen, following the funeral from the
Sheenan Funeral Home, 233 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen.
Mr. Murray, who died Thursday in the Hunterdon Medical Center, was
a butcher at Bishop’s Store in Whitehouse Station for many years before
He was a member of the Union Township Senior Citizens Club and the
Dunellen Knights of Columbus.
Mr. Murray served as a private in the Army during World War II and
was a member the Veterans of Foreign Wars Storr Richy Post 506 in North
Born in Plainfield, he moved to Lebanon 45 years ago.
Surviving are his brother, Joseph, and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Theresa
Lauria, Mrs. Dorothy MacDonald and Mrs. Margaret Cunningham.
Services for Mrs. Doris Mugford, 80, of East Orange will be held at
10 a.m. Monday in the Weatherhead Funeral Home, 523 Park Ave., Orange.
Mrs. Mugford, who died Thursday at home, was a member of the Lincoln
Chapter 95 Order of the Eastern Star in East Orange. She was a past matron
and past mother adviser of the Amity Assembly 42.
Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Mrs. Mugford lived in East Orange for 60
Surviving are a son, Harry W., and two daughters, Lois and Elizabeth.
A Mass for Paul F. Minitelli, 84, a lifelong Elizabeth resident, will
be offered at 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. Anthony’s Church, Elizabeth, following
the funeral from the Mastapeter Suburban, 400 Faitoute Ave., Roselle Park.
Mr. Minitelli, who died Thursday in Rahway Hospital, was a maintenance
worker for the department of public works for the city of Elizabeth for
26 years before retiring 20 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Mildred; two sons, James and Paul; a brother,
Michael; a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Abitano, and eight grandchildren.
Services for Mrs. Florence Marshall, 97, of Somerset will be conducted
at noon tomorrow in the Pentecostal Church of God in Christ, 45 Remsen
Ave., New Brunswick. Arrangements are by the Anderson Funeral Service,
Mrs. Marshall died Wednesday in St. Peter’s University Medical Center,
Active in St. Paul’s Church of God in Christ, Newark, Mrs. Marshall
was Mother of the Church and an evangelist missionary.
Born in Bowie, Md., she lived in Washington, D.C. and Montclair before
moving to Somerset in 1988.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Alice Jackson, Mrs. Beatrice Brown
and Mrs. Betty Heard; two sons, Clarence and William; 13 grandchildren,
23 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.
George Markulin Sr.
George Markulin Sr., 76, of Fords died yesterday in the John F. Kennedy
Medical Center, Edison.
A Mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Peace
Church, Edison, following the funeral from the Flynn & Son Funeral
Home, 23 Ford Ave., Fords.
Mr. Markulin owned Mark Radio in Fords for 40 years before retiring
in 1994. He was an electronics engineer involved with audio, video and
two-way communications for 60 years. He also was an amateur radio operator
and was most recently active in the design of custom communications equipment
for the amateur radio and CB industries.
Born in Avenel, he lived in Fords for the past 46 years.
Surviving are a son, George Jr., and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Markous
and Mrs. Helen Kosmyna.
Mrs. Madeline Manna, 79, of North Arlington died yesterday at home.
A Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady Queen of Peace
Church, North Arlington, following the funeral from the Parow Funeral Home,
185 Ridge Rd., North Arlington.
Mrs. Manna was a member of the Kearny Senior Citizens.
Born in Jersey City, she lived in Kearny for 23 years before moving
to North Arlington a month ago.
Surviving are four sons, Gerald F., Andrew J., John D., and Dominic
J.; a sister, Mrs. Susan Riolo, and 10 grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mrs. Evelyn Marie Leary, 80, of Altamonte Springs,
Fla., formerly of Union, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Hollywood Memorial
Park, Union. Arrangements are by the Haeberle & Barth Colonial Home,
Mrs. Leary died Thursday in the Florida Living Nursing Center, Apopka,
Born in Newark, she lived in Union for many years before moving to
Altamonte Springs 27 years ago.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Maureen Wabnitz; three sons, Howard,
Timothy and Brian; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mrs. Rose Laskey, 94, of Elizabeth will be held
at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Beth Israel Memorial Park, Woodbridge. Arrangements
are by the “Kreitzman’s Memorial Home,” 1500 Morris Ave., Union.
Mrs. Laskey died Friday in Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth.
Born in San Francisco, she lived in Elizabeth for most of her life.
Surviving are her husband, Joseph; a daughter, Mrs. Marion Schacter;
a sister, Mrs. Bella Wortsmann, and two grandchildren.
Private services were held for Mrs. Frances Land, 66, of Summit, who
died Wednesday in Overlook Hospital, Summit. Arrangements were by the Paul
Ippolito Summit Memorial.
Mrs. Land was a member of the editorial staff of Basic Books Inc.,
Vanguard Publishing and Fortune Magazine, all of New York, for nine years
before retiring 30 years ago.
She graduated in 1955 from Barnard College in New York City with a
bachelor’s degree in history.
Mrs. Land was a founding member of the Short Hills Historical Society.
Born in Cleveland, she lived in Short Hills for 22 years before moving
to Summit eight years ago.
Surviving are a son, James III; her father, Ralph Evans; a sister,
Mrs. Marjorie Tucker, and a grandchild.
Services for Mrs. Yetta Kozodoy of West Orange will be held at 11:30
a.m. tomorrow in Menorah Chapels at Millburn, 2950 Vaux Hall Rd., Union.
Mrs. Kozodoy died Friday in the Daughters of Israel in West Orange.
She was a member of the Howell Township chapter of Hadassah.
Born in Newark, Mrs. Kozodoy lived in Hillside, Howell Township and
Elizabeth before moving to West Orange two years ago.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Anne Beattie; a son, Felix; two brothers,
Frank and Benjamin Perlmutter; five grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Dr. Robert Kornblum
Services for Dr. Robert Kornblum, 63, of Mendham, an attending physician,
assistant pediatrics professor, school physician and medical consultant,
will be held at noon tomorrow in the Bailey Funeral Home, 8 Hilltop Rd.,
Dr. Kornblum, who died Thursday in the Ann Arbor, Mich., home of his
brother, Dr. Sylvan Kornblum, served as acting chairman and attending physician
in the Department of Pediatrics at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He was
instrumental in starting its pediatric residency program.
He also was a clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia
University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Dr. Kornblum served as a school physician in the Chester and Mendham
areas and was a medical consultant to several Morris County schools.
He initiated the well-baby care and guidance programs at Morristown’s
Neighborhood House as well as the school health program for the Morris
He was a member of the Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics
and a diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Kornblum belonged
to the Morris County Medical Society, the Medical Society of New Jersey
and the Northwest New Jersey Pediatric Society.
He was honored by the Department of Pediatrics of Morristown Memorial
Hospital with the Pediatric Lifetime Achievement Award in October 1999.
Dr. and Mrs. David Knoop of Mendham endowed the naming of the lobby of
the new Children’s Medical Center in his honor.
Dr. Kornblum graduated from Columbia University and earned a medical
degree from Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. He was chief pediatric
resident at both Jacobi Hospital-Albert Einstein College of Medicine and
the Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia.
He served in the Army during peacetime as a pediatrician at the Seoul
Military Hospital in Korea and was involved in the establishment of an
orphanage through the Pearl Buck Foundation.
Dr. Kornblum was recognized by the Eighth U.S. Army in 1967 and the
Watson Army Hospital in Fort Dix for outstanding service.
Born in Antwerp, Belgium, he lived in Manhattan before moving to Mendham
30 years ago.
Also surviving are his wife, Dr. Hana Brin Kornblum, and three daughters,
Rebecca, Jennifer and Tamara.
Alexander C. Koczela, 90, a lifelong resident of Elizabeth, died yesterday
in Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth.
A Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Adalbert’s Church,
Elizabeth, following the funeral from the Kowalski Funeral Home, 515 Roselle
Mr. Koczela was a general laborer with the Apex Chemical Co. in Elizabeth
for 10 years before retiring in 1979. Prior to that, he worked in the same
capacity with Barrett’s of Elizabeth for 40 years.
He was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Adalbert’s Church.
Mr. Koczela also was a member of the Polish Falcons Nest 126 in Elizabeth,
where he was active with its bowling team for 30 years.
A funeral service for Arthur S. Jenkin, 71, of Millsboro, Del. will
be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery,
Millsboro. Arrangements are by the Melson Funeral Services, Frankford,
Mr. Jenkin, who died Tuesday, was the department head of a sewage treatment
He served in the Army during the Korean War.
Surviving are his wife, Philomena; a son, Arthur; a daughter, Kathleen;
two brothers, John and Kenneth, and two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Gangi and
Mrs. Gladys Saitta.
Services for Raymond E. Jecmen, 52, of West Orange will be held at
10 a.m. tomorrow in the Leber-Lakeside Funeral Home, Main Road, Landing.
Mr. Jecmen, who died Thursday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston,
was a master plumber and owner of Contemporary Plumbing Inc. in West Orange
for many years.
He was a member of the Essex County Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors
Association and the New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs, Inc. Mr. Jecmen
was an archery enthusiast and a skeet and trap shooter and target pistol
He served as a sergeant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.
Born in St. Louis, he lived in Newark before moving to West Orange
24 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Denise; a son, Richard, and a sister, Mrs.
John J. Jachera
A Mass for John J. Jachera of Wayne will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday
in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Wayne. The funeral will be from the
Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home, 567 Ratzer Rd., Wayne.
Mr. Jachera, who died Friday in Chilton Memorial Hospital, Pompton
Plains, was a partner in The Wayne Manor, a banquet facility in Wayne,
for 25 years before retiring four years ago.
He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 10206 in Wayne.
Mr. Jachera earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from
Rutgers University in New Brunswick in 1961.
Born in Bayonne, he lived in Bloomfield and Perth Amboy before moving
to Wayne 30 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Win; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Galloway
and Mrs. Linda Feldman; two sons, Michael and Steven; a brother, Ted; a
sister, Mrs. Helen Zuba, and three grandchildren.
Harry G. Hyra
A memorial Mass for Harry George Hyra, 79, of Pine Beach, a retired
attorney, will be offered at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Barnabas Church,
Bayville. Arrangements are by the Mastapeter Funeral Home, Bayville.
Mr. Hyra, who died Friday at home, practiced law with his own firm
in Toms River for 20 years, and, before that, in Hillside for 35 years,
before retiring in 1990. He was also a partner in the College Inn Restaurant,
Mr. Hyra graduated with a pre-law degree from Rutgers University, Newark,
and earned a law degree from John Marshall Law School/Seton Hall University
in Jersey City.
He was a second lieutenant in the Army during World War II.
Mr. Hyra was a member of of the Disabled American Veterans and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars posts in Hillside and an avid antiques collector.
Born in Newark, he lived in Hillside for many years before moving to
Pine Beach 25 years ago. He maintained a summer home in Pine Beach for
Surviving are Helen, his wife of 54 years; four daughters, Mrs. Karen
H. Shearer, Mrs. Laura Perlberg, Mrs. Cindy H. Tross and Mrs. Marcy VanZile,
and 12 grandchildren.
Frederick Johnathan Hughes
Services for Frederick Johnathan Hughes, 45, of Jersey City will be
held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Calvary Church, C.M.E. Jersey City. Arrangements
are by the Watson Mortuary Service, Jersey City.
Mr. Hughes, who died Wednesday at home, was a minister of music at
the Calvary C.M.E. Church.
Born in Plainfield, he lived in Roselle before moving to Jersey City.
Surviving are four sons, Majadi, Johnathan, Joel and Christopher; a
daughter, Mrs. Lisa Ann Russell; two brothers, Howard and Mark; two sisters,
Tammie and Tonda, and two grandchildren.
Services were private for Ernest Horn, 79, of Lincoln Park, who died
yesterday in the Chilton Memorial Hospital, Pompton Plains.
Arrangements were by the Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, Clifton.
Born in Glendale, N.Y., he lived in Clifton and Paterson before moving
to Lincoln Park 10 years ago.
Elizabeth M. Holdsworth
A Mass for Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Holdsworth, 72, of St. James Plantation,
N.C., formerly of New Jersey, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Blessed
Kateri Church, Sparta. Arrangements are by the Paul Ippolito Memorial,
Mrs. Holdsworth died Tuesday at home.
She was a supervisor of the fire division at State Farm Insurance,
Wayne, for many years before retiring.
Born in Newark, she lived in Cocoa Beach, Fla. for several years before
moving to North Carolina four years ago.
Surviving are Robert J., her husband of 53 years; a daughter, Mrs.
Suzanne Byrd; four sons, Robert J. Jr., William J., James E. and Thomas
J.; three brothers, Robert, Leonard and Thomas Burrell; a sister, Mrs.
Ann Hogan, and 15 grandchildren.
Mabel I. Hess
Services will be private for Mrs. Mabel I. Hess, 80, of the Leisure
Village West section of Manchester Township, who died Friday in Community
Medical Center, Toms River. Arrangements are by the Anderson and Campbell
Funeral Home, Lakehurst.
Mrs. Hess was born in Kenilworth and lived in Westfield before moving
to Manchester Township in 1985.
Surviving are William George, her husband of 53 years; two sons, George
Hess and Robert Page; two sisters, Mrs. Laura Parkinson and Mrs. Margaret
Wesighan, and five grandchildren.
A Mass for Mrs. Anna Harrison, 86, of North Bergen will be offered
at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Francis Church, Ridgefield Park, following
the funeral from the Volk-Leber Funeral Home, 789 Teaneck Rd., Teaneck.
Mrs. Harrison, who died Thursday in Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck,
was born in Hoboken and lived in Union City before moving to North Bergen.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marge Henderson; three sons, George
J. Jr., Arthur, and Michael; 14 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren and
A Mass for Miss Helen Hanlon, 84, a lifelong resident of Summit, will
be offered at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Teresa’s Church, Summit, following
the funeral from the Brough Funeral Home, 535 Springfield Ave., Summit.
Miss Hanlon, who died Friday in Overlook Hospital, Summit, retired
21 years ago as publications supervisor for Ciba-Geigy in Summit after
42 years of service.
She was a member the 60-Plus Club and Rosary Society, both of St. Theresa’s
Church, and the Golden Age Club in Summit.
Miss Hanlon was a volunteer driver at the Rosary Shrine in Summit.
Mrs. Janet Halbert, 83, of Sayreville died yesterday in Summerhill
Nursing Home, Old Bridge.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Nativity of Our Lord Byzantine
Church, East Brunswick, following the funeral from the Brunswick Memorial
Home, 454 Cranbury Rd., East Brunswick. Burial will follow at St. Mary’s
Cemetery, East Brunswick.
Mrs. Halbert was a cashier at Shop Rite in Spotswood for 23 years before
retiring in 1993.
Active with the Nativity of Our Lord Byzantine Church, she ran the
kitchen during the parish bingo games for many years and participated in
many parish bus trips to Atlantic City.
Born in Perth Amboy, Mrs. Halbert lived in Sayreville for many years.
Surviving are a son, George; two daughters, Mrs. Janice Grande and
Mrs. June Wingerter; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to Nativity of Our Lord Byzantine
Church, 700 Old Bridge Turnpike, East Brunswick, N.J. 08816.
Ruth S. Hagelin
EASTON, Pa. — Mrs. Ruth S. Hagelin, 86, of Union, N.J., a supervisor
at the MC Cracken Funeral Home in Union, died here yesterday in the Manor
Care Nursing Home.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the McCracken Funeral Home,
1500 Morris Ave., Union.
Mrs. Hagelin, affectionately known as “Ruth at McCracken’s,” was affiliated
with the funeral home on a supervisory level since 1952.
During her employment at the funeral home, she assisted generations
of local families with funeral needs. Semi-retired for two years, she still
remained interested in the funeral home and the needs of the families.
Mrs. Hagelin also was an organist and choir director for many years
at Christ Lutheran Church in Union.
Born in Yonkers, she lived in Union for 60 years.
Surviving are a son, Reed G.; two daughters, Mrs. Robin Adorna and
Mrs. Randy Carman; a sister, Mrs. Jane Anthony; two grandchildren and a
Frank A. Gunther
Services for Frank A. Gunther, 86, of South Plainfield will be at 9:30
a.m. Tuesday in the First Presbyterian Church of Dunellen, 218 Dunellen
Ave., Dunellen. Arrangements are by the McCriskin Home for Funerals, South
Interment will follow in Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains.
Mr. Gunther died Friday in the Bridgewater Care Center, Bridgewater.
He was a systems analyst with American Cyanamid Corp., Wayne, where
he worked for 47 years before retiring in 1980.
During World War II, Mr. Gunther served with the Army Air Force in
the 12th Air Force in Africa and Sicily and in the 9th Air Force in Europe
as a crew chief. He was awarded the Europe-Africa-Mid East Ribbon with
three Bronze Stars.
He graduated from the Air Force Technical Training Command, Paterson
Field, Dayton, Ohio and Kansas City, Mo., as an aircraft power plant specialist.
A founding member of the South Plainfield Eagles Pop Warner Football
League, Mr. Gunther was a member of the Jerusalem Lodge 26 F&AM, Plainfield,
and the Air Force Association.
Born in New York, he lived in Plainfield before settling in South Plainfield
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Irene B. Kutsch; sons, Alfred J. and
Frank D.; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Bendel; a brother, Herman Weinreich Jr.,
and five grandchildren.
Donations in his memory may be made to the Ladies Auxiliary of Muhlenberg
Regional Medical Center, Park and Randolph Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. 07060
or the First Presbyterian Church of Dunellen.
Jane S. Gordon
Services for Mrs. Jane S. Gordon of Gladstone will be held at 9 a.m.
today in St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, South Road, Morristown. Arrangements
are by the August F. Schmidt Memorial Funeral Home, Elizabeth.
Mrs. Gordon died Wednesday at home.
She was a wallpaper designer.
Mrs. Gordon was graduated from Pine College in 1940 and the New York
College of Art for Women, now known as the Pratt Institute of Design, in
During World War II, she worked on airplane blueprints for the federal
Mrs. Gordon was a member of the Women’s Association of Morristown Memorial
Hospital for 27 years, the Garden Club of Madison, the Altar Guild of St.
Peter’s Episcopal Church and the Setucket Club, Brewster, Mass.
Born in East Orange, she lived in New Vernon for more than 40 years
before moving to Gladstone four years ago. Mrs. Gordon maintained a summer
home in Brewster for many years.
Surviving are a son, James Jr.; three daughters, Mrs. Martha Santiuste,
Ann W. and Mrs. Sarah DeGiovanni, and seven grandchildren.
A Mass for Mrs. Daphne M. Giunta, 80, of Tigard, Ore., formerly of
Pompton Lakes, will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow in St. Mary’s Church,
Pompton Lakes. The funeral will be from the M. John Scanlan Funeral Home,
781 Newark-Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains.
Mrs. Giunta, who died Thursday at home, was a retired nurse.
Born in Bangalore, India, she lived in Pompton Lakes for many years
before moving to Oregon two years ago.
Surviving are two sons, Christopher and Keith; two sisters, Ms. Enid
Mollen and Mrs. Noreen Liewellyn, and two grandchildren.
Christina M. Giambrone
Services for Mrs. Christina M. Giambrone, 65, of Whippany will be offered
at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Full Gospel Church, Northfield Road, Livingston.
Arrangements are under the direction of Bradley-Braviak Funeral Home, Whippany.
Mrs. Giambrone died Friday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston.
Born in Bloomfield, she moved to Whippany 20 years ago.
Mrs. Giambrone is survived by Salvatore, her husband of 45 years; two
sons, Frank A. and Ronald S.; a brother, Salvatore Paladino; two sisters,
Mrs. Louise Monia and Mrs. Lucy Cerrato, and three grandchildren.
Services have been held for Irwin “Ernie” Friedman, 78, of Roseland,
who died Thursday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston.
Arrangements were by the Nieberg Midwood Chapel, Brooklyn.
Mr. Friedman owned I.E. Friedman Corp., a carpet distribution firm
in Roseland, for many years before retiring.
He served in the Army during World War II from 1941 to 1945.
Mr. Friedman was an active participant in the New Jersey Carpet Club,
an industry organization, and managed its golf outings.
Born in Brooklyn, he lived in Livingston before moving to Roseland.
Surviving are Mildred, his wife of 57 years; a daughter, Mrs. Sherri
Jubin; a son, Lee, and four grandchildren.