Union County week of April 3rd

OBITUARIES:

• ABBATEMARCO — Joseph “Joe Abby,” formerly of Hillside; March 19.61.
• ALMEIDA — Elizabeth Correia, of Elizabeth; March 21. Immigration counselor.
• BEMBRY — Norman, formerly of Hillside; March 18. AIG retiree, grandfather.
• BEZIK — Henry P., of New Providence; March 19. Longtime resident, was 82.
• BODMER — Richard W., formerly of Westfield; March 22. PSE&G auditor, 82.
• BUCHANAN — Paul, formerly of Roselle Park; March 17. Eagle Scout, was 45.
• CIANCI — Geraldine, of Clark; March 23. School 18 lunch aide, mother, 89.
• CIARAMELLA — Anthony J. “G-Man” Sr., of Clark; March 17. Grandfather.
• COOK-FERNAN — Margie Denise, of Roselle; March 19. She was 49 years old.
• CORONA — Helen Kotulak, of Scotch Plains; March 25. Longtime resident, 93.
• CORSENTINO — Vincent Charles “Pops,” formerly of Union; March 22. 90.
• CORZINE — Jeffrey D., formerly of Summit; March 10. Former governor’s son.
• CUNNINGHAM — Robert J., Sr., formerly of Linden; March 17. Plumber, vet.
• DAMELIO — Mary, formerly of Clark; March 25. Bradlees retiree, grandmother.
• DIFABIO — Joseph P., of Cranford; March 21. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, 69.
• DOYLE — Alice Mae, of Cranford, formerly of Westfield; March 27. Was 84.
• FLESCH — Italia, nee Argentina, of Springfield; March 26. Native of Italy, 90.
• FORTUNATO — Peter G. Sr., of Union; March 21. Retired machinist, Army vet.
• FRANCIOSE — Thomas J., of Hillside; March 23. Marvic Company employee.
• FURINESS — Roger M., of Union; March 23. Lifelong resident, Elks member.
• GUERRIERO — Marion A. Mazzucco, of Garwood; March 24. Mother of two.
• HREHA — Ann, of Elizabeth; March 24. Lifelong resident, mother of three, 96.
• JOSEPH —Antoine I.G. Rolino, of Roselle; March 17. Leaves wife, two sons.
• KEENE-LASKOWSKI — Donna, of Clark; March 18. Graphic designer, mother.
• KIAMIE-KOESTER — Gladys, of Cranford; March 19. Lifelong resident, 92.
• KOBERSKI — Margaret Corea, of Rahway, formerly of Elizabeth; March 21.
• LAUTURE — Marie Helene, of Hillside; March 18. Leaves a host of relatives.
• LEVY — Robert S., formerly of Union; March 25. Local business owner, was 72.
• MAGOD — Sophie Kahn, formerly of Union; March 21. Centenarian, mother.
• MARX — Gabriel, formerly of Linden; March 22. Thermal Materials owner, 88.
• MAZUCO — Robert E., of Berkeley Heights; March 23. Fire dept. volunteer, 88.
• MCCARTHY — Ann Marie, nee Oaster, formerly of Summit; March 13. Was 81.
• MCCAULEY — Audreta Douglas, of Westfield. Great-great-grandmother of six.
• MCCOY — Dorothy M., nee Kriedman, of Cranford; March 16. Horticulturalist.
• MCTIGUE — John J. Sr., of Scotch Plains; March 21. Credit manager, was 90.
• MILLER — Marjorie “Mickey,” formerly of Cranford; March 25. Wife, mother.
• MOTTLEY — Marie, nee O’Keeffe, formerly of Westfield; March 25. Was 95.
• NETTA — Nicholas G., of Elizabeth; March 20. Retired from Exxon Research.
• O’DONNELL — Jean C., formerly of Elizabeth; March 4. Wife, grandmother.
• PAPIK — Isabelle, of Mountainside; March 1. She had three grandchildren, 93.
• PRESSLEY — Willie Mae, of Linden; March 23. Electro-Catheter retiree, 82.
• PROKOP — Boleslaw, of Linden; March 24. Native of Poland, retired assembler.
• ROLSING — Frances, nee Skeuter, of Mountainside; March 19. Centenarian.
• ROMBI — Joseph “Pop Pop,” of Rahway; March 21.WWII Navy veteran, 92.
• RYAN — Norma R., of Summit; March 18. Mother, grandmother, artist, was 93.
• SCHAFFER — Richard, formerly of Roselle Park; Jan. 26. Teacher, track coach.
• STANZIANO — Raffaela R., of Westfield; March 26. Mother, grandmother.
• TOM — May, of Mountainside; March 24. Native of China, grandmother, 89.
• TOMLINSON — Ruby M., of Union; March 15. Mother of three, 81 years old.
• TOPPER — Frank Arnold, of New Providence; March 16. Advertising executive.
• TRYBULEC — Eleanor, nee Turczyk, formerly of Union; March 22. Mother.
• WALESON — Jacqueline Shaye Goldberg, formerly of Westfield; March 23.
• WOLANSKY — George Sr., formerly of Clark; March 25. Machine operator, 88.
• ZERVAKOS — William P., of Scotch Plains, formerly of Springfield; March 20.

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