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November 7,2002

Cranford Chronicle


CRANPORD - Nicholas J.1 IKJJ -- Nicholas Giordano, 86, died Oct. 29, 2002 at his home in Toms River. Mr. Giordano, who was born in Bayonne, lived in Cranford from 1957 until he moved to Toms River in 1997. He retired in 1983 after 17 years as a heavy machine operator with Exxon Corp. in Linden. Mr. Giordano was a member of the Old Guard of Elizabeth and the Exxon Annuitants Club in Linden. He served with a Navy construction battalion in the South Pacific during World War II. Surviving are his wife, Mary

Nicholas Giordano

^Obituaries Michael R. Gallucci

Thomas McNamara Sr.

Dorothy Hurley

KENILWORTH - Dorothy Pawlyk Hurley, 71, died Nov. 1, 2002 at Haven Hospice of JFK Medical Center in Edison. A native of Elizabeth, she lived in Kenilworth before moving to Parlin in 1960. Mrs. Hurley retired after 15 years as a saleswoman in the fine jewelry department of the J.C. Penney department store in East Brunswick. Her husband, Donald, died in 1997. Four brothers, Thomas Pawlyk, William Pawlyk, John Pawlyk and Walter Pawlyk, are

Frederick Morris

CRANFORD -- Frederick Morris, 82, died Oct. 16, 2002 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. A native of St. Louis, he lived in Cranford before moving to Edison in 1955. Mr. Morris played woodwinds, reeds and string instruments in his Fred Morris Sax Quartet, which performed throughout New Jersey. He also was a music teacher in the Berkeley Heights school system.

Rene Ocskay-Jasolosky

CRANFORD -- Rene OcskayJasolosky, 59, died Oct. 30, 2002 at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston. She was born in Bayonne and lived in Cranford before moving to Roselle in 1974. Ms. Ocskay-Jasolosky worked for Continental Insurance Co. for 10 years, retiring in 1995 as a manager in its research library in Manhattan. She earned a master of library science degree from the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers University in 1977. She received a bachelor's degree in library science from Kean College of New Jersey in

Theodore Zuhl

CRANFORD -- Theodore Zuhl died Oct. 31, 2002 at his home in Monroe. A native of Romania, he lived in Rahway and Cranford before moving to Monroe. Mr. Zuhl was a chemical engineer with Tenneco Corp. in Piscataway prior to his retirement. He served in the Army during World War II and graduated from the Catholic

P. McGee Giordano; *»._»,, sons, · P Mrflon r.i^Ar.^^. three ,, __ GARWOOD -- Thomas L. was a quality control foreman for ; James, John and Thomas; a McNamara Sr., 87, died Nov. 4, one year at the Accurate Bushing daughter, Maureen LaMarca; a 2002 at Holmdel Convalescent Co. in Garwood. He was a third-degree knight brother, Jam'es; three sisters, Center. Catherine Barlow, Anne A native of Elizabeth, he lived with Monsignor Walsh Council Jablonski and Nancy Laico; and in Garwood for 64 years before 5437, Knights of Columbus. CRANFORD -- Michael R. Mr. Gallucci served on the moving to Union Beach four four grandchildren. His wife, Marie, died in 1995. Surviving are two daughters, Mass was offered Saturday Gallucci, 85, died Oct. 31,2002 at Lazarus Committee. He also was months ago. a member of the Cranford Senior at St. Michael's Roman Catholic his home. Mr. McNamara was a past- Patricia Evans of Panama City He was born in Jersey City Citizens Thursday Club and commander of Bay Leaf Post Beach, Fla., and Rita Givens, Church. Burial was in Fairview and had lived in Cranford since Capt. Newell Rodney Fiske Post 6807, Veterans of Foreign Wars. with whom Mr. McNamara lived; Cemetery, Westfield. 335, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Arrangements were by 1954. As a World War II soldier he two sons, Thomas L. Jr. of Mr. Gallucci retired in 1982 He served in the Army in manned anti-aircraft guns for Jacksonville, Fla., and Dennis J. Dooley Funeral Home. Memorial donations may be after 15 years as a maintenance Europe and the Pacific during Battery C of the 129th Anti- of Garwood; a sister, Rita Schnell sent to Van Dyke Hospice, supervisor with the Cranford World War II. Aircraft Battalion in the of Cranford; eight grandchildren and Parks Surviving are his wife of 58 Ardennes, Central Europe, and 10 great-grandchildren. Community Medical Center, 99 Recreation Route 37, Toms River, NJ Department. He earlier was a years, Ann Moschella Gallucci; Normandy, Northern France and Services will be 8:30 a.m. stationary fireman for 29 years two sons, Michael of Hamilton the Rhineland. He held the rank today at Dooley Funeral Home, 08755. with Gaylord Container Corp. in Square and Robert of Clearwater, of corporal in the wartime Army. 218 North Ave. West, Cranford. Jersey City. Fla.; a daughter, Maryanne of In civilian life Mr. McNamara Mass will follow 9:30 a.m. at St. For 30 years Mr. Gallucci was Clifton; five grandchildren and a was with Diehl Manufacturing Anne's Roman Catholic Church, a volunteer at Runnells great-grandchild. Corp. for 30 years, retiring in 325 Second Ave. Burial will be in Specialized Hospital of Union Mass was offered Monday at 1975 as a quality control foreman Fairview Cemetery, Westfield. County in Berkeley Heights. He St. Michael's Church. at its Bridgewater plant. He later deceased. Surviving are four daughters, was a past grand knight of Entombment was in the Good Colleen of Jersey City, Linda Monsignor John M. Walsh Shepherd Chapel Mausoleum at Flynn of Edison, Donna of Council 5437, Knights of St. Gertrude Cemetery, Colonia. Arrangements were by Dooley Westminster, Colo., and Dorothea Columbus, in Garwood. He was a eucharistic minister Funeral Home. Donations may be Bongiovi of Red Bank; three sisters, Lillian Sullivan of Vero for Masses at St. Michael's sent to the Haven Hospice at CRANFORD -- Margaret attended Union County College Beach, Fla., Helen Wyckoff of Roman Catholic Church, where JFK Medical Center in Edison. "Peggy" Fus Kopanda, 46, died and received a degree in social Brick and Olga Farozic of Berlin, work from West Virginia Oct. 16, 2002 in Rockville, Md. Md.; and eight grandchildren. She was borri in Irvington University. Services were held Tuesday at Surviving are her husband, and lived in Cranford before Kurzawa Funeral Home in Richard; her mother, Anita Fus moving to Rockville. Sayreville. Memorial donations Mrs. Kopanda was a social of Cranford; a son, Mark, and a Keith J. Fallon, 45, died Nov. 2, He and his wife, Jane Milner may be sent to Haven Hospice, 2002 at his home in Kokomo, Ind. Fallon, celebrated their 20th worker with the Chevy Chase daughter, Kristen, both of JFK Medical Center, 65 James Retirement Home in Chevy Rockville; two brothers, Walter Born May 17, 1957 in South wedding anniversary July 3. St., Edison, NJ 08818. Plainfield, he was the son of John Also surviving are a son, Chase, Md., Leland Memorial Fus of California and Robert Francis and Dorothy Herleth Christopher J., a/id a daughter, Hospital in Hyattsville, Md., Fus of Pennsylvania; and two Fallon of Kokomo. Amanda J., both of Kokomo; his Laurel Regional Hospital in sisters, Cathryn Godes of and Patricia Mr. Fallon was the executive in-laws, Bill and Barbara Milner Laurel, Md., and Washington Tennessee director of' the Howard County of Terre Haute, Ind.; four sisters, Adventist Hospital in Takoma Vidakovic of Cranford. Nancy Hiss of Kokomo, Judith Park, Md. She also worked in Mass was offered Oct.' 19 in He served in the Army during Solid Waste District in Kokomo, Kernel of Westfield, Ind., the Montgomery County school Derwood, Md. Donations may be with which he was associated the World War II. sent to Ovarian Cancer past 9 1/2 years. He also was the Susanne Bilvasky of Cranford system in Maryland. His wife, Mildred, died in recycling director in Howard and Joanne Mitriano of South A 1974 graduate of Cranford National Alliance, 910 17th St. 2000. County and served on the Plainfield; two brothers-in-law, High School, Mrs. .Kopanda N.W., Washington, DC 20006. Surviving are a brother, Hugh Howard County Board of Health. William Milner and Robert Iliff; two sisters, Verna Pittenger An emergency medical techni- Milner, and a sister-in-law, Vicki and Mary Ellen Schmutz; and cian since age 16 and an Eagle Burkitt, all of Terre Haute; and several nieces and nephews. several nieces and nephews. Interment of cremains was Scout, Mr. Fallon was the current president of the Harrison Mass was offered yesterday at Saturday at Graceland Memorial KENILWORTH -- Anna M. of Kenilworth; a brother, Paul Township Fire Department out- St. Patrick Roman Catholic Park in Kenilworth. side Kokomo. He earned a degree Church, Kokomo, of which Mr. Hassa Lubinsky, 88, died Oct. 31, Hassa; three grandchildren; and Arrangements were by in agriculture from Purdue 2002 at Cranford Health and many nieces and nephews. Gosselin Funeral Home in University. He enjoyed swim- Fallon was a parishioner. Burial Extended Care Center. Mass was offered Monday at was in Sunset Memory Garden Edison. ming, camping and gardening; Cemetery, Kokomo. She was born in Newark and St. Theresa's Roman Catholic fall was his favorite season. Arrangements were by Sunset had lived in Kenilworth since Church, following services at Opacity Funeral Home. Burial Mr. Fallon was a past-presi- Memory Garden Funeral Home 1994. Mrs. Lubinsky retired in 1976 was in Fairview Cemetery, dent of the Ashland Lions Club in in Kokomo. Donations may be Ashland, Ky., where he was a sent to Christopher & Amanda after 20 years as a bakery work- Westfield. 1975. Ms. Ocskay-Jasolosky was charter member of the Ashland Fallon Trust Fund, c/o Sunset er in Newark with A&P supera Pathway Cancer Survivor and Kiwanis Club and member of the Memory Garden, P.O. Box 2040, markets. She was a member of the American Association of Knights of Columbus council. Kokomo, IN 46904-2040. St. Barnabas Cancer Survivor. Retired Persons. Surviving are two brothers, She also was a member of the Thomas Jasolosky and William Altar Rosary Society at St. Jasolosky, both of Bayonne; and Benedict Roman Catholic Church two sisters, Susan Jasolosky of in Newark. Florida and Patricia LoBue of KENILWORTH -- Kathryn D. Her husband, Nicholas, died in Surviving are a son, Charles of Pennsylvania. Kazmiryk Kaminsky, 71, died 1996. Union; a daughter, Janice Cwiak Services were held Saturday Nov. 3, 2002 at Union Hospital. Surviving are a son, Nicholas at St. Luke the Evangelist A native of Old Forge, Pa., she of Branchburg; two sisters, Mary Episcopal Church, Roselle, fol- lived in Newark before moving to Kubala of Brick and Ann Carr of lowing services at Sullivan Kenilworth in 1986. Carlisle, Pa.; and three grandFuneral Home in Roselle. Burial Mrs. Kaminsky sang in the children. was private. choir at St. Thomas the Apostle Services will be 8:30 a.m. Memorial donations may be Byzantine Catholic Church in today at Corey & Corey Funeral sent to American Cancer Society, Rahway, where she was a mem- Home, 259 Elm Ave., Rahway. A 507 Westminster St., Elizabeth, ber of the Altar Rosary Society. Divine Liturgy will follow 9 a.m. NJ 07207. She baked cookies for church at St. Thomas the Apostle events, volunteered for the Church, 1410 Church St., parish's annual festival and · Rahway. Burial will be in worked the parish's Monday Hazelwood Cemetery, Clark. evening bingo games. Donations may be sent to St. She also was a member of the Thomas the Apostle Church University of America. His wife, Phyllis Knock Zuhl, Kenilworth Senior Citizens Club. Building Fund. is deceased. Surviving are three sons, An Area Featuring Bronze Cremorial Niches, Benjamin, Glenn and Wayne; Cremorial Benches and In-Ground Burial two daughters, Karen Fiene and Laurie Elkoury; and eight grandIf you have Medicare or Private insurance, you may be children. Eligible to receive your, Non-Profit, Non-Sectarian Services were held Sunday at ««> Menorah Chapels at Millburn, in DIABETIC SUPPLIES & RESPIRATORY MEDS. Union. Burial was in Beth Israel nebulizers, albuterol & ipratropium Memorial Park, Woodbridge.

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