Union County week of October 10th

OBITUARIES:

• BANKS — Andreas John, formerly of Summit; Sept. 30. Leaves three children.
• BOEHM — Joan, of New Providence; Oct. 1. All-State Insurance retiree, 80.
• BONK — George J., formerly of Rahway; Sept. 30. WWII Army veteran, 89.
• BOWDISH — Judith A. “Judy,” nee Render, of Union; Sept. 26. Grandmother.
• BOWEN — Lottie Zavistoski, of Elizabeth; Sept. 26. Native of Poland, 101.
• CAPOBIANCO — Michael T., formerly of Cranford; Sept. 23. Accountant, 76.
• CAREY — Edward Joseph, formerly of Elizabeth; Sept. 30. Jefferson HS teacher.
• CARTER — Anthony D., of Elizabeth; Sept. 26. Lifelong resident, was 27.
• CIFELLI — James M., of Clark; Sept. 30. Prudential retiree, Army veteran, 74.
• CRECCA — Rose T., nee Melillo, of Linden; Sept. 29. Retired secretary, 93.
• DEAN — Shirley A. Jackson, of Union; Sept. 22. Leaves family, friends.
• DEO — Estelle T., of Springfield; Sept. 28. Great-grandmother of 53, was 94.
• DWORKIN — Sylvia, formerly of Springfield; Sept. 27. Thoroughbred breeder.
• DYCHTWALD — Seymour, formerly of Springfield; Sept. 29. Dress Rack owner.
• EICHENLAUB — Mary T., formerly of Springfield; June 26. Longtime resident.
• EIKAMP — Ann Dorothy McNamara, of Linden; Oct. 2. Mother Seton HS retiree.
• FELDMAN — Marilyn Tick, of Springfield; Sept. 30. Jr. High School secretary.
• FITZPATRICK — John P., of Summit; Sept. 28. Leaves wife of 55 years, children.
• FROLOW — Nadine, of Clark; Oct. 1. She was 64 years old.
• GARBER — Jerry Michael, formerly of Rahway; Sept. 21. Owned local Amoco.
• GARRUTO — Antonio, of Elizabeth; Sept. 28. Native of Italy, loved dancing.
• GREENE — Ruby, of Union; Sept. 26. Retired from Newark public school system.
• GRUBIN — Anne, nee Goldstein, formerly of Hillside and Summit; Oct. 1. 97.
• HOLOWKA — Gladys, formerly of Scotch Plains; Oct. 1. Native of England, 93.
• KING — June E., formerly of Roselle Park; Oct. 3. Bookkeeper, grandmother.
• KOWALSKI — George J., of Clark, formerly of Rahway; Oct. 2. Infeneum retiree.
• MAIER — Ellen Piuko, of Union; Sept. 29. Mother of two loved to travel, garden.
• MARQUES — Daniel Pedro, of Elizabeth; Sept. 28. He was 26 years old.
• MESKIN — Sanford A., formerly of Springfield; Sept. 8. Retired attorney, 81.
• MINAS — Anna Pappagelis, of Linden; Sept. 29. Owned Plaza Restaurant, was 93.
• MOLINARO — Michael, formerly of Scotch Plains; Oct. 2. Leaves wife, siblings.
• MUSSO — Vincenzo, formerly of Linden and Elizabeth Sept. 24. Barber, Italian.
• NEAL — Vallie Mae Jackson, of Elizabeth Sept. 28. Great-grandmother of five.
• OLIVEIRA — Mario De Jesus, of Unon; Oct. 2. Owner of Valley Provision Inc.
• ORTOLF — Alice P., formerly of Mountainside; Sept. 30. Retired teacher, was 89.
• PIERRE — Lyphene, of Hillside; Sept. 26. His funeral service was Oct. 5.8
• PRUSSACK — Patricia Joan, nee Vohden, of Cranford; Sept. 26. Watercolorist.
• ROSKY — Janet S., of Rahway; Sept 28. Psychotherapist, nurse, grandmother.
• SCRIVEN — Katrina Monique, formerly of Rahway; Sept. 17. She was 33.
• SEESTOKAS — Elena, of Rahway; Sept. 27. Lithuanian, Merck biochemist, 91.
• SKIDMORE — John T., of Roselle Park; Sept. 25. Director at NJ workers agency.
• SKORTON — Jean, nee Hetherington, of Clark; Sept. 30. Clark Seniors member.
• SODROSKI — Sandra Szczecina, of Linden; Sept. 27. Longtime resident, 95.
• STEWART — Patricia Ann, of New Providence; Sept. 8. Equestrian, was 86.
• STRZALKOWSKI — Jean A. Ryszewski, formerly of Linden; Sept. 29. Was 94.
• STUMPF — Dawn M., of Fanwood, formerly of Scotch Plains; Sept. 28. Was 46.
• SUMMERS — Edwin W., of New Providence; Oct. 2. WWII vet, married 69 years.
• TALUBA — Audrey, nee Brunner, of Roselle Park; Oct. 1. NJ Bell retiree, 91.
• THOMAS — Gordon, aka Abdul Qadir Ismail, formerly of Elizabeth; Sept. 25.
• VASNELIS — George A., of Linden; Sept. 30. Lifelong resident, Merck retiree.
• WEBB — Elizabeth, of Rahway; Sept. 29. Owner and operator of Village Floral.
• WOLFRAM — Mary K, nee Durkin, of Clark; Sept. 25. Leaves two grandchildren.
• YERGALONIS — Dolores K., of Rahway, formerly of Linden; Oct. 1. Secretary.

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