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Directions Mildred Hrbek, age of Loveladies passed away on Wednesday, September 23, at her home. EJrsey Union Hill High School. She was married to Albert L. Marines, Killed in Iwo Jima. Her second husband was Arthur J Hrbek who predeceased her in Became a full-time resident in Loveladies upon retirement in moving their summer abode which the had built in
He left Haworth for Florida and deed many of the architectural details of Coral Gables, as well as the orange, green, and white color scheme of the University of Miami. Merrick lived with the family here—Merrick is credited as being the overall planner and developer of Coral Gables. But he was perhaps most recognizable as the Shell Answer Man, in television and print for the oil company. Ward G. Lived in Haworth in the s and s. Brother Robert Keller of New Jersey predeceased.
Peggy Keller of Manahawkin, ex-wife and lifelong companion. Of course, Fred has friends at the gym that he would extend a wave goodbye, followed by a final dip in the hot tub! Fred was an avid skier, and in fact taught his family how to ski. It is with great sorrow and ultimate void to accept each celebration not having Fred coming through the door. He was a positive presence that will forever be remembered by his family, friends and anyone having the pleasure to have been around him.
Fred will also be remembered for his service to our country as a Submarine Electrician in the United States Navy from Fred was born in Jersey City on April11, Fred enjoyed living at the shore and, in his earlier days, enjoyed walks on the beach, around the neighborhood and chatting with his neighbors. Fred was an avid baseball fan, especially the New York Yankees. Fred was predeceased by his wife Margaret and his brother Albert.
George H. Thomas, Jr. He was 90 years old. He was predeceased by his sister, Louise McGowan. He served as a Sergeant in the U. Army from in Korea.
After a long career in the textile industry, he retired in from Mt. Vernon Mills, Inc. Atlantic Ave. Dorothy was born in Syracuse, NY and formerly of Lincroft before moving to Beach Haven Sfxy in where she had been a summer resident since She was also a member of the International Chili Society and a chili cookoff champion. She enjoyed entering her chili in various events and had won numerous times. Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, Julius in and her sister, Marion Celic.
Also surviving are her grandchildren Scott, Julia, John and her caregiver for the past 4 years, Jackie Arthur. Helen worked summers at the front desk of the Sea Shell in Beach Haven and volunteered for 25 years in same day surgery at Southern Ocean Jefsey Hospital. Interment will follow in the Holy Innocents Memorial Garden. Marrieed J.
Gallo nee Davis88, of Beach Haven passed away on June 25, After graduating high school, she owned and operated dance studios in the Ashland area while working full time in Pottsville, PA. She met her husband, Frank after being crowned Miss Lakewood and they spent 64 wonderful years together. After her retirement, she enjoyed keeping busy as a real estate agent while womenn time between their Beach Haven home and Orlando, FL.
She continued to volunteer at the Long Beach Jerey Museum during her summers on the island, a place that was special to her. She ran the gift shop and assisted with giving tours. Gallo was predeceased by her husband, Frank B. Gallo in Dianne C. Dianne was predeceased by her husband Thomas in and her father Leonard Joseph Kruleski. Wootten, 58, passed away at his home on June 3, DeWitt C. Army as a Medic during the Korean Conflict.
He retired in and the family moved to their summer home in Barnegat Light where he ed the Barnegat Light Volunteer Fire Doroty and spent the next Jerey years as Treasurer, a position he eSxy enjoyed. He was also a member of St. DeWitt was very wlmen of his three grandchildren and their accomplishments. He will be missed dearly. Surviving Mr. A private service for the family will be held in the church garden.
Howard Sheridan, 93, of Spray Beach passed away on June 6th, Howard was born and raised in Bergenfield and formerly of Ridgefield Park. He received his business degree from the University of Miami and was a long-time Sexy married women in Dorothy New Jersey of Reynolds Metals. His love for Long Beach Island brought him and his wife to permanently retire to Spray Beach in the late s.
He volunteered for 25 years at the popular LBI Chowderfest. Howard was a devoted fisherman and wood worker who also enjoyed working with stained glass. He will be missed by many. Sheridan was predeceased by his wife of 60 years, Marie Sheridan. He is survived by his daughter, Patti Herrmann and her husband, Bill, son Dave Sheridan and his wife, Kathy, grandchildren, Gregor, Erica, Christopher, Carolyn and Caitlin along with 4 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Mr. BoxBeach Haven, NJ Patricia A. Marshall Jersdy Rorabaugh83, long-time resident of Beach Haven, passed away on May 23, at her Dorrothy.
She enjoyed volunteering her time at the Southern Ocean County Hospital. She knitted hundreds of blankets for the patients and numerous hand puppets for the children. Pat liked to attend to her garden regularly and spend time at the Beach Haven Library. Marshall was predeceased by her husband, Ralph Marshall in Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Wrightstown. Elmer Alexander Loisch, Jr. Elmer was a self-employed Certified Public ant for 30 years before his retirement in In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Glaucoma Research Foundation www.
SuiteSan Francisco, CA. She is survived by her family and friends. A Funeral Liturgy will be offered on Saturday at am at St. Blanche was a former member of Advent Lutheran Church of Wycoff. She is also survived by her sister Louise Brandt. Harry A. Widmeier, age 86, of Brant Beach passed away on February 23, at his home. Francis of Assisi Church.
Harry received a B. Through his whole life, he was a true fan of the Villanova Wildcats Basketball team and watched every game, replaying the National Championship often. Harry was preceded in death by his wife of 26 years, Joan Widmeier in and his brothers, John and Jim. A Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at 12 Noon at St. Susan M. Susan selflessly served as a mother, caretaker, and dear friend to everyone that she encountered.
She had a passion for birds and gardening. She is predeceased by her parents, Alfred and Grace Prestileo. She is survived by her husband, Robert V. Whitcraft, stepson, Robert V. Whitcraft, Jr. A Celebration of the Life of Susan M. Whitcraft will be held on Thursday, March 7th from 2 pm to 5 pm at the New Jersey Maritime Museum at Dock Road, Beach Haven, NJ for which she was a staunch supporter, donor of historic memorabilia and volunteer at its annual fundraiser.
Casual dress requested of all attendees. Linda J. Her final days were spent surrounded by her loving family and friends. Linda was born May 1, in Ramapo, New York. She is leaving behind her mother Mary Springstead and her precious children, Hailey, Jillian and Trevor. The family would like to thank the community of Long Beach Island for all their help, generosity and love. In lieu of flowers please see the website www.
Strong, 95, of Beach Haven, New Jersey died peacefully and entered into eternal life on February 1, Ruth was a devoted mother, grandmother, wife, and good friend. She was an exquisite cook and hostess. Her sharp wit and banter kept everyone entertained. Sexy married women in Dorothy New Jersey had many interests and was a wonderful, and occasionally argumentative, conversationalist. Ruth Strong was a trailblazing woman in business.
After being a housewife for 15 years, she started a sales career in the early s for the Ferry-Morse Seed Company calling on supermarkets and other retailers maintaining the seed displays. She was one of the first female sales representatives for both Mattel, Inc. Ruth was well known and had many friends in the toy industry. She loved New York and trips to the city for Toy Fair, the annual industry show. She often hosted family and friends during these two-week shows to the delight of all.
She was a sales woman par excellence and her customers were devoted to her. Ruth was a beach lover all her life. She bought a house in Beach Haven inretired inand became a permanent resident of Beach Haven at that time. Ruth was a grande dame in Beach Haven, with many friends of all ages and types and a very active social life. She kept up with local politics and was deeply engaged in life in Beach Haven.
She was an avid reader, loved history and literature.
Ruth had a love for show business, her aunt was a famous vaudevillian star, and she thoroughly enjoyed her role hosting the summer CAP concerts in the Beach Haven Park on Wednesday nights. Ruth was an opera aficionado and frequent listener of radio broadcasts of Metropolitan Opera House Saturday afternoon concerts and occasional Jdrsey. She also was a great fan of musicals and all types of music from classical to rhythm and blues. She was a great patron of museums and took her children and grandchildren to all the great museums in New York City.
Ruth had a great sense of style in her both appearance and home decor. Her distinctive red hair accentuated her attractive appearance and symbolized her dynamic and passionate personality. She was a force of nature. She will be greatly missed and karried remembered. Richard Lisiewski, 89, of Brighton Beach passed away at his home on January 31, Rich was born and raised in Riverside, NJ and served in the U.
Army during the Srxy Conflict. His parents vacationed on Long Beach Island since the s, a place where he found a love for the ocean and the beach. His entrepreneurial spirit drove him to open up his first surf shop in the s on LBI and establish his surfboard company, Matador Surfboards in Riverside. For the next 50 years, Rich and the love of his life, Pauline, operated their Dorithy lastly being Brighton Beach Surf Shop making numerous memories and friendships along the way. He was a member of the Polish American Citizens Club.
He was very proud of his heritage. Lisiewski was predeceased by his wife of 62 years, Pauline Goralski. On Tuesday December 18,George R. Allen Jr. George went on to a distinguished career in the automotive industry that enabled him to travel the world. As he owned and operated the marina, he became involved in the community he resided in. He served as a commissioner for the town of Beach Haven for two terms.
George loved his community and the people in it, but arguably he loved animals more. His kindness will be missed by both the many people whose life he touched and the dogs he ran across. He was quick to lend a hand to someone in need or get a bowl of water for a thirsty pet. George is predeceased by his parents, George and Naomi, and survived by his wife Pamela, their two children Naiomi and Daniel and his grandchildren Nathan And Hannah. George had requested that no funeral service be held in his honor as he held a dislike of funerals.
Instead the family plans on having a celebration of the life of George at a time and place to be determined. Connie was born and raised in Brooklyn. She enjoyed golfing, playing Bridge and Mahjong with her girlfriends and traveled regularly to Europe. Connie was preceded in death by her husband of 23 years, Richard Viventi, former husband John Dprothy and her brothers, Angelo and Michael Cirillo.
Born June 23, Harriet worked in a factory for ITE for 40 years and enjoyed spending her summer vacations and weekends on Long Beach Island. She moved to the shore permanently in Devoted wife of the late Michael F. Burns, mother of Lucille Traynor, grandmother of Gerard W. Denise was marreid in death by her loving husband, Joseph Ayers, Sr.
Denise loved to swim, sing and planned on graduating from culinary school. On weekends, she would teach Sunday school at St. On May 15,a photograph of Nancy Berg modeling a bathing suit with an outline map of Florida on the front was published in The Miami News and republished in newspapers across the country. She was then It is not clear from published s how or why Nancy Berg made her way to Chicago, nor how she happened to meet Dave Garroway. Doothy earlynot yet 20 years old, Nancy followed him to New York and Jersye her big breakthrough succinctly: "I checked into the Plaza Hotel and in 6 months I was on the cover of Vogue.
Later in Nancy Berg was photographed wearing an evening gown by Leslie Morris. In she modeled creations deed by Luis Estevez and by Jacques Fath, among others. Many photographs appeared in Vogue, but other publications, including Life magazine featured her as well. By August 4,columnist Leonard Lyonswriting his column from the French Riviera and interviewing Nancy Berg at poolside, could describe her as a "high-priced model" making forty dollars an hour.
She said that she was taking singing lessons, realizing that "a pretty face doesn't last long. Five more years at most" - that is, until age 28, in One year after making that prediction, she was interviewed by James L. In that part of her career devoted mainly to modeling, she projected her beauty with a personality which was both powerful and versatile.
Nancy Berg's photographs were used to sell fashions from ball gowns to bathing suits and products from cosmetics to Cadillacs. A wommen of her work over that decade demonstrates in full force why Nancy Berg was the best. Droothy series was unusual in that womeh took place Jersdy Paris, France, was filmed in Paris, was recorded in English, and was made for an American audience.
Nancy appeared in episode 7 in the first year of the series, playing an actress. The episode aired on May 15, She took two flights Dkrothy Paris to New York, that year, on February Sexy married women in Dorothy New Jersey, the other on March 28, - not Jerseh most convenient debut for an actress also much in demand as a model. Nancy, wearing a nightgown and peignoir, appeared on a bedroom set. She would comb her hair, fuss with makeup, and improvise bits of stage business.
On one show, she poked a hole in a small pizza, put the pizza on a turntable, whereupon the pizza played "That's Amore! Doorothy, she would have her cocker spaniel jump on the bed, would get under the covers, and count the sheep in an animated overlay.
The show ran for over ib year and garnered much press attention. While some twenty or twenty-five people were working on the show, the names of the production staff are not available, and film or tape of the shows have apparently not been preserved. Nancy Berg appeared in episodes of womeb tv series in and in two series in Ina time of great stress in her personal life, Nancy Berg appeared in two films and in three series. Broadway She was in an episode of Ben Casey Nancy Berg was a serious student of acting.
She first attended the Actors' Studio in latewhere Lee Strasbergthe head of the Actors' Studio assured her that acting would have a calming influence on her. She made Jesrey appearances in summer stock in Connecticut inand made her New York stage debut in November, As Nancy Berg's modeling work decreased, her theatrical appearances increased, such that publicity often referred to her as "Nancy Berg, actress. Released in as the pilot for a television series, the film tells the story of a woman, married to a doctor, whose life changes when her husband dies suddenly while playing tennis.
At about five minutes into a videotape of the film, the Michael Learned character is at a gathering of friends, all of whom want to offer her their condolences as well as advice on what to do with her life. Impatient, the woman excuses herself, ostensibly to look for her son in the crowd.
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