Miscellaneous Essex County, New Jersey Obituaries
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Wilda Beidler
Services for Mrs. Wilda Beidler, 81, of Toms River will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the “Family-Owned” Carmona-Bolen Home for Funerals, 412 Main St., Toms River. 
Mrs. Beidler died Thursday in the Community Medical Center, Toms River. 
Born in Tailorsville, Pa., she lived in Rahway for 10 years and Plainfield for 20 years before moving to Toms River in 1998. 
Surviving are her husband, David; three sons, Jim, Jerry and David C. 2nd; two brothers, Bill and Don Nash; three sisters, Mrs. Gene Gerold, Mrs. Ruth Freeman and Mrs. Bess Cordts; three grandchildren and a great-grandchild. 

Gary Ericsson
Services for Gary J. Ericsson, 48, of East Brunswick will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in the Rezem Funeral Home, 457 Cranbury Rd., East Brunswick. 
Burial will be in the Washington Monumental Cemetery, South River. 
Mr. Ericsson, who died Thursday in Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, worked for the New York Times newspaper for 20 years. 
He was a member of the Newspaper Mail Delivery Union for 30 years. 
Born in New York City, he lived in Queens before moving to East Brunswick 12 years ago. 
Surviving are his wife, Benay; three brothers, Wayne, Leif and Eric; two sister, Mrs. Fern Parkin and Kelly Ericsson, and his father, Carl. 

Harry Drexler Sr.
A Mass for Harry J. Drexler Sr., 61, of the Forked River section of Lacey Township, will be offered at 10:30 a.m. Monday in All Saints Chapel of St. Pius X Church, Forked River. The funeral will be from Layton’s Home for Funerals, 250 W. Lacey Rd., Forked River. 
Mr. Drexler, who died Thursday in the Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune, was a mechanic and foreman at the West Co. in Lakewood. 
He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War. 
Born in Paterson, he lived in Totowa and Bloomingdale before moving to Lacey Township in 1972. 
Surviving are his wife, Kathryn A.; a son, Harry J. Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Debbie Barletta, and two grandchildren. 

June DiMartino
Services for Mrs. June DiMartino, 64, of Union will be held at noon Tuesday in the Haeberle & Barth Colonial Home, 1100 Pine Ave., Union. 
Mrs. DiMartino died Friday in St. Michael’s Medical Center, Newark. 
Born in Newark, she lived in Irvington before moving to Union 24 years ago. 
Surviving are her husband, Peter; two sons, Peter and Robert, and a sister, Mrs. Millie Passaretti. 

Karen DelVecchio
Services for Miss Karen DelVecchio, 30, of Montclair, a registered nurse, will be held at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Zarro Funeral Home, 145 Harrison St., Bloomfield. 
Miss DelVecchio died Friday in the Clara Maass Medical Center, Belleville, where she had been a registered nurse for the past seven years. 
She earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing from York College, York, Pa. 
She served as treasurer of the Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority while at college and remained active in the group after graduation. 
Born in Belleville, Miss DelVecchio lived in Montclair for seven years. 
Surviving are her mother, Theresa DeSalvatore; her father and stepmother, Gerard and Ruth DelVecchio; a brother, Gerard P., and her grandmother, Mrs. Anna DelVecchio.

Betsy A. Delaney
A Mass for Mrs. Betsy A. Delaney, 53, of the Neshanic section of Hillsborough Township, a registered nurse, will be offered at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Mary, Mother of God Church, South Triangle Road, Hillsborough. Arrangements are under the direction of the Hillsborough Funeral Home, Belle Mead. 
Mrs. Delaney, who died Friday at home, was a registered nurse for IVF of New Jersey in Somerset for six years. 
A 1968 graduate of St. Raphael’s School of Nursing in New Haven, Conn., she served as a first lieutenant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. 
Born in New Haven, she lived in Delaware before moving to Neshanic 14 years ago. 
Mrs. Delaney is survived by her husband, Richard; two daughters, Beth A. and Erin; her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hawken, and four sisters, Mrs. Deborah L. Woytowich, Mrs. Patricia J. Velardi, Mrs. Carol L. Marenholz and Mrs. Barbara H. Ciolino. 

Liberta Cocuzza
Mrs. Liberta Cocuzza, 91, of Toms River died yesterday in Brick Hospital. 
A Mass will be offered at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday in St. Luke’s Church, Toms River, following the funeral from the Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, 2482 Church Rd., Toms River. 
Born in Smithers, W.Va., Mrs. Cocuzza lived in Newark and Lakewood before moving to Toms River 21 years ago. 
Surviving are a son, Philip; three daughters, Mrs. Nancy Lambroschino, Mrs. Lisa Reale and Mrs. Grace Strada; a brother, Frank P. Castro; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Cirnese and Mrs. Josephine Coleman; nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. 

David Caughlan
A memorial service for David W. Caughlan, 76, of Bridgewater will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Pluckemin Presbyterian Church. Arrangements are by the Layton Funeral Home, Bedminster. 
Mr. Caughlan, who died Friday in the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, was a commercial lighting manufacturer’s representative, having owned and operated David W. Caughlan Associates in Bridgewater for 20 years, retiring in 1989. Previously, he worked in the lighting division of Graybar Electric of New York and Newark for 20 years. 
He graduated from Rutgers University in 1948 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. 
He was a member of the Solomon’s Lodge 46 F&AM, Somerville, and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. 
An Army veteran of World War II, he served for 19 months in Italy, France, Germany, and Australia and received four Bronze Stars for his participation in the Southern France, Rhineland, Central Europe, and Rome/Arno campaigns. 
Born in East St. Louis, Ill., he lived in Demarest before moving to Bridgewater in 1953. 
Surviving are Edith, his wife of 46 years; two daughters, Mrs. Carol C. Schulley and Susan G.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Kelley, and three grandchildren.

Marcella Caldwell
A Mass for Mrs. Marcella Maude Caldwell, 82, of Sykesville, Md., a former New Jersey resident and Brielle police dispatcher, will be offered at 12:30 p.m. Monday in St. Denis Church, Manasquan. The funeral will be from the Neary-Quinn Funeral Home, 39 South St., Manasquan. 
Mrs. Caldwell, who died Thursday in the Copper Ridge Nursing Home, Sykesville, was a dispatcher with the Brielle Police Department for 15 years before retiring in 1975. 
She was a member of the ladies auxiliary of Volunteer Engine Company 2, the women’s club and the American Association of Retired Persons, all in Manasquan. Mrs. Caldwell also volunteered at the MCOSS Thrift Shop in Manasquan for several years. 
Born in Newark, she lived in Manasquan before moving to Sykesville three years ago. 
Surviving are two sons, William L. and George O., and three grandchildren. 

Robert Byrnes
A Mass for Robert P. Byrnes, 87, of Roselle will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Elizabeth Church, Linden, following the funeral from the Leonard-Lee Funeral Home, 301 E. Blancke St., Linden. 
Mr. Byrnes, who died Thursday at home, was a comptroller with the General Motors Corp. in Linden, where he worked for 40 years before retiring in 1975. 
Born in Queens, he lived in Roselle 50 years. 
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Augenstein and Mrs. Elizabeth Gorgeson; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. 

Mary Butterly
Mrs. Mary A. Butterly, 69, of Lakehurst died yesterday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston. 
A Mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Catherine of Siena Church, Cedar Grove. Arrangements are by the Prout Funeral Home, Verona. 
Mrs. Butterly was a member of the Rosary Society of St. John’s Church in Lakehurst. 
Born in Jersey City, she lived in Short Hills before moving to Lakehurst 10 years ago. 
Surviving are a son, John N.; a brother, John Yefcak, and four grandchildren.

Claudette Burris
Services for Mrs. Claudette L. Burris, 60, of Elizabeth will be held at 7 o’clock tomorrow evening in the Liberty Baptist Church, 515 Court St., Elizabeth. Arrangements are by the Nesbitt Funeral Home, Elizabeth. 
Mrs. Burris, who died Wednesday in Trinitas Hospital in Elizabeth, was a teacher’s aide in the Elizabeth school system. 
Born in Rock Hill, S.C., she moved to Elizabeth many years ago. 
Surviving are her husband, Hiram; a daughter, Renee; two sons, Reginald and Anthony; her mother, Mrs. Audrey Simril; six sisters, Mrs. Mary Edelin, Mrs. Ruth Fisher, Miss Cynthia Simril, Miss Rita Simril, Mrs. Debra McDuffie and Miss Vivian Sewell; two brothers, James and Samuel Simril, and nine grandchildren. 

Benitta O. Burfield
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Mrs. Benitta O. Burfield, 81, of St. Petersburg, a former New Jersey resident, died here Thursday in the Edward White Hospital. 
Arrangements are by the Blount Curry and Roel Funeral Home, St. Petersburg. 
Mrs. Burfield was born in Newark, N.J., and lived in Union, N.J., before moving to St. Petersburg. 
Surviving are two sons, Brian J. and Craig P.; a brother, Edwin Burchardt, and two grandchildren. 

Dr. James Brown
A Mass for Dr. James M. Brown, M.D., 76, of Cedar Grove, a physician for more than 40 years, will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Unitarian Church of Montclair. Arrangements are by Martin’s Home for Services, Inc., Montclair. 
Dr. Brown, who died Tuesday at home, was a radiation oncologist at Clara Maass Medical Center, Belleville, and operated a radiology practice in East Orange. He also served on the staffs of St. Mary’s Hospital, East Orange, and St. Michael’s, St. James, and Columbus hospitals, all of Newark, and was an associate professor at the New Jersey College of Medicine. 
He attended Howard University, Washington, D.C. and received a bachelor’s degree from Long Island University and his medical degree from the University of Paris, France. He completed his residency in radiology at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, where he later served as an administrator. 
Born in Bluefield, W. Va., Dr. Brown lived in Paris, New York and Newark before moving to Cedar Grove in 1971. 
Surviving are his wife, Dr. Ursula Brown; two sons, Dr. Andrew Brown and Roger Brown; three daughters, Marion Brown, Dr. Jocelyn Brown and Mrs. Grace Hill; two brothers, Dr. William Brown and Leopold; a sister, Mrs. Marion Parsons; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 

Arthur J. Brice
Services for Arthur J. Brice, 68, of Somerset will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Anderson Funeral Service, 201 Sandford St., New Brunswick. 
Mr. Brice, who died Tuesday in St. Peter’s University Hospital, New Brunswick, was employed as a warehouseman by Excell Logistic Inc. in Dayton. 
Born in Chester, S.C., he moved to Somerset many years ago. 
Surviving are his wife, Patricia; two daughters, Mrs. Robin Darby and Shirley McClurkin; four sons, Jeffrey W., Gregory S. and Jay A. Hinton and Robert McClurkin, and six sisters, Mrs. Mary J. McCullough, Mrs. Genvia Morris, Mrs. Lacy Barns, Mrs. Janie Crawley, Mrs. Gertrude Davis and Rosa.

Mary Breese
Mrs. Mary “Anita” Breese, 71, of Clinton Township died yesterday in the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township. 
A Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Old Allerton Rd., Annandale, following the funeral from the Naughright-Scarponi Funeral Home, 66 Main St., High Bridge. 
Mrs. Breese retired in 1998 as a cottage training supervisor at the Hunterdon Developmental Center, Clinton. 
Born in Plainfield, she lived in Clinton for the past 45 years. 
Surviving are a son, Mark G.; a brother, Thomas Briskey, and two grandchildren.

Mary Banda
A Mass for Mrs. Mary Banda of Venice, Fla., formerly of Columbia, will be offered at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Genevieve’s Church, Elizabeth. The funeral will be from the McCracken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Ave., Union.
Mrs. Banda, who died Tuesday at home, was a member of the China Painters Association. 
Born in Newark, she lived in Columbia before moving to Venice six years ago. 
Surviving are her husband, John; a son, John Jr.; three sisters, Catherine Cicero, Mrs. Alice Tillet and Mrs. Louise Kerr-Cappeselli; two brothers, Carmine and Alfonse Cicero, and a grandchild. 

Andrew A. Balog Jr.
Andrew A. Balog Jr., 76, of Fords died yesterday at home. 
A Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady of Peace Church, Fords, following the funeral from the Flynn & Son Funeral Home, 23 Ford Ave., Fords. 
Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Hopelawn. 
Mr. Balog was a parts manager with Rossmeyer Brothers in Metuchen for more than 30 years before retiring in 1988. 
He served on the executive boards of the Fords-Clara Barton baseball and basketball leagues and was a founder of the Fords-Clara Barton bowling league. 
Mr. Balog served in the Marines during World War II. 
Born in Perth Amboy, he lived in Fords for the past 50 years. 
Surviving are two sons, Devin and Drew; a sister, Mrs. Anne Sabine, and three grandchildren. 

John Avenatti
Services will be private for John J. Avenatti, 63, of the Forest Lakes section of Byram Township, who died Monday in St. Clare’s Hospital, Dover Division. Arrangements are by the Smith-McCracken Funeral Home, Newton. 
Mr. Avenatti was the administrator of the Brookville Health Care Center in Irvington for the past six months. 
Earlier, he held the positions of administrator, executive director, executive vice president, chief executive officer and served on the board of trustees of the Westmont Home Inc. in Wayne and Paterson for a total of 20 years. 
He was a member of the Society of Licensed Nursing Home Administrators and served on its board of directors since 1972. He also was vice president, president, executive director and executive secretary of the society. 
Mr. Avenatti was a member of the New Jersey Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging from 1979 through 1998, the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging from 1982 until 1998 and the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce in Wayne. 
He also was a member of the Governor’s 1980-1984 New York Task Force for the White House Conference on Aging, the Passaic County H.E.W. Association, the Byram Senior Citizen’s Housing Complex Inc. and former New York Governor Cuomo’s Task Force for the Continuing Care Retirement Committee. 
Mr. Avenatti was a graduate of Brooklyn College and in 1972 received a degree in hospital management and nursing home administration from Rutgers University. 
He served in the Army during peacetime. 
In 1983, Mr. Avenatti received the Byram Township Mayor’s Award for Community Service for Senior Citizen’s Housing. 
Born in Maspeth, N.Y., he lived in Westfield before moving to Forest Lakes 20 years ago. 
Surviving are Elisa, his wife of 20 years; a sister, Mrs. Dolores Lombardo; a stepdaughter, Stephanie Bolwin; a stepson, Harry Rau, and a grandchild. 

Richard Apgar
Richard A. Apgar, 67, of Hackettstown died yesterday at home. 
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Cochran Funeral Home Inc., 905 High St., Hackettstown. 
Mr. Apgar was a carpenter at Apgar Brother’s Carpentry in Irvington. 
He served in the Army during the Korean War. 
Mr. Apgar was a member of the Loyalty Lodge 33, Union, and the Scottish Rite Lodge of Lincoln Park. 
Surviving are his wife, Vera; two daughters, Mrs. Donna Stahl and Mrs. Debra Faria; a brother, Kenneth; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Seitzmeyer, and three grandchildren.

Serafina Arminio
Mrs. Serafina Arminio, 95, of Union died yesterday in Union Hospital. 
A Mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. Elizabeth Church, Elizabeth, following the funeral from the Galante Funeral Home, 2800 Morris Ave., Union. 
Born in Italy, Mrs. Arminio lived in Elizabeth before moving to Union 20 years ago. 
Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Maria Gargano, Mrs. Evia Celano, Mrs. Anna La Vecchia, Mrs. Elisa (Helen) Parker and Irma. 

Anastasia Woronka
Mrs. Anastasia Woronka, 85, of Clifton died yesterday in Hackettstown Memorial Hospital. 
A Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, Passaic, after the funeral from the Lakeview Memorial Home, 371 Lakeview Ave., Clifton. 
Mrs. Woronka worked as a housekeeper at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson for many years before retiring. 
Born in Ukraine, she lived in Paterson before moving to Clifton in 1965. 
Surviving are two sons, Walter and Theodore; a daughter, Mrs. Veronica Carroll; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 

Mary Wasenda
A Mass for Mrs. Mary Wasenda, 82, of Riverton will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary’s Russian Orthodox Church, Jackson, following the funeral from the Maliszewski Funeral Home, 218 Whitehead Ave., South River. Burial will follow at St. Vladimir’s Cemetery, Jackson. 
Mrs. Wasenda died Saturday in Rancocas Hospital, Willingboro. 
Born in Poland, she lived in Somerset before moving to Riverton 34 years ago. 
Surviving are her husband, William; a son, John T., and two grandchildren. 

Anthony F. De Francis
A Mass for Anthony F. De Francis, 62, of Cliffwood Beach will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Lawrence Church, Laurence Harbor, after the funeral from Kurzawa Funeral Home, 341 Washington Rd., Sayreville. 
Mr. De Francis died Saturday in Raritan Bay Medical Center, Perth Amboy. 
He was a service mechanic for Foltzer’s Service Station, Newark, for 40 years. 
Mr. De Francis served in the Navy during peacetime. 
Born in Newark, he moved to Cliffwood Beach 27 years ago. 
Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Eileen Hinds, Mrs. Michele Stefanski, Mrs. Susan Andrews, Cathy, Mrs. Debra Ford and Mrs. Donna Barresse; a son, Joseph Fernandez; sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Orme, Mrs. Rose Blessing and Mrs. Mary Rochelle; brothers, Jackie and Donny; 13 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. 

Arleen Ward, 90, Methodist educator 
Services for Mrs. Arleen Ward, 90, of Fellowship Village in Basking Ridge will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Madison United Methodist Church, Madison Avenue, Madison. Arrangements are by the Burroughs, Kohr and Dangler Funeral Home, Madison. 
Mrs. Ward, who died Saturday at home, shared the duties of each appointment in joint ministries with her husband, the late William R. Ward Jr. Their pastorates were in the Mount Lebanon Methodist Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., from 1946-1960, Manchester, Conn., Newport, R.I., Hingham, Mass., and East Weymouth, Mass. 
Mrs. Ward was a graduate of Boston University, receiving both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Christian education. 
Active in the life of Drew University and the Madison United Methodist Church, she was a member of the United Methodist Women’s Organization. 
Mrs. Ward has visited nearly every corner of the globe on many trips, and was often called to give lectures on her travels. 
She was a member and officer of the Mount Lebanon, Pa. Chapter P.E.O. for 50 years. 
Born in Jewett City, Conn., she lived in Syracuse, N.Y., Harrison, N.Y., and Convent Station, before moving to Basking Ridge in 1986. 
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Christine E. Bosley; three sons, Ralph A., David B. and Gerald W.R.; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. 

Arthur H. Udasin
Memorial services for Arthur H. Udasin, 58, of Lakewood will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in his residence at 2 Dawnwinds Ct., Lakewood. Arrangements are by the Ely Funeral Home, Neptune. 
Mr. Udasin, who died Saturday in the Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune, was a manager with AT&T for 30 years before retiring in 1997. 
After his retirement, he worked as a project coordinator for Greentree Consulting. 
Mr. Udasin was a member of the Second Wednesday of Every Month (S.W.E.M.) Club. 
Born in Newark, he lived in Whitehouse Station before moving to Lakewood two years ago. 
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Cindy Althoff and Mrs. Jill Jones; a sister, Mrs. Shelley Swill; three grandchildren, and his companion, Nancy Emmons. 

Virginia Taddeo
Mrs. Virginia Taddeo, 82, of West Orange died yesterday at home. 
A Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Orange, following the funeral from the Paul Ippolito Memorial, 252-256 Henry St., Orange. 
Born in Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Taddeo lived in Orange before moving to West Orange 50 years ago. 
Surviving are her husband, Frank J.; two sons, Patrick and Frank Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Grace Paris; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Macaluso and Mrs. Frances Dellorto; three brothers, Ross, Benjamin and Peter Mangina; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 

Vincent Barone
A Mass for Vincent “Bucky” Barone, 70, a lifelong resident of Elizabeth, will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Anthony’s Church, Elizabeth, following the funeral from the Petruccelli Funeral Home, 232 Christine St., Elizabeth. 
Mr. Barone died Saturday in Trinitas Hospital, Jersey Street Campus, Elizabeth. 
He was a truck driver with FMI Trucking of Carteret from 1995 until 1998. Previously, he was a truck driver the former Doyle Transport. Co. of Elizabeth for 20 years until 1978. 
He was a former member of the Stallion Club of Elizabeth and an active bowler with the Jersey Lanes Bowling League in Linden. 
Surviving are his wife of 50 years, Carmela; a son, Vincent J.; two daughters, Mrs. Deborah Honeymar and Mrs. Judith Pavese, and eight grandchildren.

Alejandrina Sanchez, 76
A Mass for Mrs. Alejandrina Sanchez, 76, of Newark will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow in St. Aloysius Church, Newark, following the funeral from the Buyus Funeral Home, 426 Lafayette St., Newark. 
Mrs. Sanchez died Saturday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston. 
Born in Puerto Rico, she came to Newark in 1954. 
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Nilda Ortiz and Ms. Myrna Sanchez; a son, Marcos Jr.; four sisters, Mrs. Juana Alvarado, Mrs. Ana Alvarado, Mrs. Marina Alvarado, and Mrs. Gladys Serrano; two brothers, Felipe and Manuel; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Charles Meyer
Services for Charles Meyer, 79, of Dover will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, 26 Mule Rd., Toms River. 
Mr. Meyer, who died Friday in the Community Medical Center, Toms River, worked for Red Devil Tools for 33 years before retiring in 1983. 
He served in the Army during World War II. 
Born in Newark, he lived in Irvington and Springfield before moving to Dover in 1987. 
Surviving are his wife, Catherine; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Treiber; two sons, Charles and Gene, and two grandchildren.

Elizabeth Steinbach
Private funeral services will be held for Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbach, 82, of Whiting, who died Saturday in the Community Medical Center, Toms River. Arrangements are by the Costello-Koyen Funeral Home, Avenel. 
Mrs. Steinbach worked at Revlon in Edison for 10 years before retiring in 1979. 
She served as president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Avenel Fire Co. 1 and the Woodbridge Township Girl Scout Council. 
Born in Perth Amboy, she lived in Avenel for 68 years before moving to Whiting 14 years ago. 
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Tufaro and Mrs. Jean S. Beirle; a son, John; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 
Memorial donations can be made to the Avenel Fire Co. 1, Avenel Street at Route 1 North, Avenel, N.J. 07001, or the Deborah Hospital Foundation, 100 Trenton Road, Browns Mills, N.J. 08015.

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