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AS ASBURY PARK PRESS PAGE A15 Obituaries 0 y. may Deaths IN TRIBUTE Catholic Church, Jersey City. Cremation will follow at Garden Stale Crematorium, North Bergen. Donations may be made to St Joseph's Home for the Blind, 537 Pavoriia Jersey City, NJ 07306. Laser co-inventor, 77, Nobel physicist dies Nestor, Beatrice 85, Ocean Grove Francioni.
Taylor Lopez Funeral Home, Neptune Pierce, James 64, San Francisco Damiano Funeral Home. Long Branch Sosenko, Julia, 75, Ocean Grove Francioni, Taylor Lopez Funeral Home, Neptune Teeter, Albert A 82, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, Van Huff, Carol Dobbins, 60, Neptune James H. Hunt Funeral Home, Ashury Park butions to laser spectroscopy, the study of how atoms and molecules react to light Schawlow used most of his Nobel Prize money to start a foundation and group home for autistic children.
Schawlow attended the University of Toronto on a mathematics and physics scholarship. A postdoctoral fellowship sent him to Columbia University to work with Townes. Schawlow married Townes' sister, Aurelia, in 1951. She died in 1991. Schawlow liked to demonstrate his laser "ray gun" to students by beaming it through a transparent balloon to pop a dark Mickey Mouse balloon inside.
Survivors include a son, two daughters and five ahawkin, is in charge of arrangements. Visitation is 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Monday.
Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Barnegat. Interment will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, Manahawkin.
DORIS BARBARA BRICKWEDEL ZADROGA, 72, of Jersey City, whose children live in OCEAN AND MONMOUTH COUNTY, died Thursday at Christ Hospital, Jersey City. She was a bookkeeper for Endodontics Associates, Jersey City, for 10 years, retiring a year ago. Born in Hoboken, she lived in Jersey City most of her life. She was predeceased by two grandchildren, Daniel Flynn and Nicholas Zadroga. Surviving are her husband, John seven sons, John Keith, Kevin, Dennis, Craig, Brian and Scott Zadroga; two daughters, Elaine Zadroga Long and Joyce Mancine; three sisters, Eleanor Delanni, Grace Rubino and Lorraine Brickwedel, and 17 grandchildren.
Visitation will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Sunday at the Riotto Funeral Home, 3205 Kennedy Jersey City. Funeral services will be 9 a.m. Monday from the funeral home.
Mass will be offered 10 a.m. Monday at St. Nicholas Roman THE ASSOCIATED PRESS STANFORD, Calif. Nobel Prize-winning physicist Arthur Schawlow, a co-inventor of the laser, has died at 77. Schawlow, who died Wednesday after being stricken with leukemia, worked with Charles H.
Townes to develop in 1960 the means of producing a concentrated beam of light. Lasers are now a $3.5 billion industry, used in fiber optic telecommunications, scientific research, compact disc players and vision correction and other types of surgery. The pair received a patent for their invention but didn't profit from it because they were working at Bell Labs. In 1961, Schawlow joined the physics department at Stanford University. In 1981, he won the Nobel in physics for his contri a daughter, Paula Kondracki, Colt-sville, his mother, Idalina Rocha, Jackson, and five grandchildren.
Relatives and friends can visit 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Lakewood Funeral Home, 6250 Highway 9, Howell. A Mass of Christian burial will be 10:15 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary of the Lake Church, Lake-wood.
Burial will follow at New Jersey Veterans Cemetery, Arneytown. JOSEPHINE MUNICZ SPADAR0, 72, of LAKEWOOD, died yesterday at Kimball Medical Center, Lakewood. She was a sales clerk at Bradlees, South Plainfield, for 16 years, retiring in 1983. She was a life member and past president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post 6763 Ladies Auxiliary, South Plainfield, a member of the Military Order of the Cooties Auxiliary, South Plainfield, and the American Legion Auxiliary Post 348, Brick. She was a former communicant of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, South Plainfield.
Born in Elizabeth, she lived in Union and in South Plainfield before moving to Leisure Village, Lakewood In 1986. Surviving are her husband, Nicholas Spadaro; a daughter, JoAnne Gomez, Highland Park; a sister, Marion Costa, Webster, and two grandchildren. Visiting hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at McCriskin Home for Funerals, 2425 Plainfield South Plainfield.
Funeral will be 9:15 a.m. Monday from the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, South Plain-field. Cremation and interment will be private.
MARIA E. VANDER LEEUW, 36, of BARNEGAT, died Thursday at home. She was a homemaker. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Church, Barnegat and a CCD.
teacher at the church. She was a member of Cecil Collins Elementary P.T.A., Barnegat. She was a volunteer for Brackman P.T.A., Barnegat and Southern Regional High School, Manahawkin. She was also a member of Ocean County Girl Scout Local 471, Barnegat B.S.A. Pack 66 Troop 26, Barnegat.
Born in Winchester, she lived in Washington, D.C and Belmont, Mass. before moving to Barnegat in 1990. Surviving are her husband, John a son, John Anthony, Barnegat; a daughter, Megan Elizabeth Van-der Leeuw, Barnegat; her mother, Helen M. Giangreco, Wakefield, two brothers, Charles Anthony Giangreco, Burlington, and Anthony Charles Giangreco, Ridgefield, and a sister, Linda Ann Kellum, Maiden, Mass. Thos L.
Shinn Funeral Home, Man Quality Craftsmanship And Installation In 8-10 Weeks Memorials Bronze Markers Cemetery Lettering JOSEPH EVA CHRISTINA FIRESTINE STANHOPE, 89, of Stuart, formerly of KEYPORT, died Wednesday at home. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Hobe Sound Community Presbyterian Church, and the Hidden Harbor Association. Born in Spotswood, she lived in Keyport before moving to Stuart in 1973. Her first husband, Donald Thomas, died in 1980; and she was also predeceased by her parents, John and Anna Firestine.
Surviving are her second husband, Robert Stanhope; a daughter and son-in law, Joan and Ronald Van Meer-beke, Stuart; three brothers, John Firestine, Port St. Lucie, George Firestine, Mesa, and Donald Firestine, Whiting, Manchester; a sister, Sophie Clark, Jacksonville Beach, four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Visitation will be 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Bedle Funeral Home, SI Broad Keyport. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m Tuesday at the funeral home.
Interment will follow in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Old Bridge. The family has requested that any memorial donations be made to the First Baptist Church Keyport, Third Avenue and Main Street, Keyport, NJ 07735. JILL ANN SAXT0N LIPK0WITZ, 53, of WALL, died Wednesday at home. She was a registered nurse working with her husband, Djf, Myron A. Lipkowitz, for 20 years.
She was a member of the Cancer Concern Center, Point Pleasant. Born in Wakefield, England, she lived in Howell before moving to Wall three years ago. Surviving are her husband, Dr. Myron a son, Christopher Campbell, Newark, Del; two daughters, Pamela Burkey and Kathleen Campbell, both of Point Pleasant; a stepson, Michael Lipkowitz, and a stepdaughter, Kara Stieffel, both of New York; her father, Edward Sax-ton, Boca Raton, two sisters, Brenda Mostochuck, Bensalem, Pa, and Jennifer Curby, Boca Ratorj, and 'a grandson, Zackary Burkey. in! In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Cancer Concern Center, Point Pleasant, or Kimball Medical Center Foundation, Lakewood.
Bel-koff Goldstein Funeral Chapel; Lakewood, was in charge of arrangements. Seymour Hersh deleted material based on the documents from his book, "The Dark Side of Camelot'Vil Cusack produced letters that he said were written between his late father, who helped handle the Mori-, roe estate, and the slain president, The documents appeared to prove rumors about Kennedy and Miss Monroe, the Mafia and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. According to the papers, Kennedy had set up a trust for Monroe's mother to buy silence about the rumored affair between the president and the actress. I Prosecutors said Cusack swindled investors out of about $7 million between 1993 and 1997 by selling the phony documents', including letters bearing Kennedy forged signature.
But he made key mistakes, prosecutors said. One letter purportedly signed by Kennedy includes ZIP codes, which did not exist at the time the letter was dated. DEALER Dave Stafford Died Feb. 5, 1998 Highlands Bave, It's been a year since you left us, and I just had to let you know how very much I miss you. You were so loved by everyone who knew you, your children, stepchildren and all your friends.
Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and wish that you were still here with me. I love you so very much and miss you with all my heart. Till we meet again. All my love, Fran HIGHLANDS To contribute an "In Tribute, about someone who recently died, send your letter and photo to: In Tribute, Asbury Park Press, 3601 Highway 66, Box 1550, Neptune, NJ 07754-1551. Letters should be 200 words or less and must include the author's name, address, telephone number and the date the obituary was published.
The Press reserves the right to edit or reject any letter or photo. Woodbridge. THOMAS M. RIVER, died Thursday at Community Medical Center, Toms River. He was CEO of Grayhound Electronics, Lakewood, for eight years, retiring in 1997.
Before that, he taught at the Washington Street Elementary School for five years and at the Toms River Elementary School for two years. He was a for mer councilman for Seaside Heights serving two terms from 1971 to 1979. He was a member of the Toms River Elks Lodge 1875, and the Seaside Heights Italian American Club. He was a 1959 graduate of Temple University, where he received his bachelor's degree in business administration. He also earned a bachelor's degree in education in 1968 from Monmouth College, West Long Branch, now Monmouth University.
Born in Philadelphia, he lived in Toms River for 37 years and in Seaside Heights for 10 years returning to Toms River recently. Surviving are his wife, Joan Ricci, Millersville, two sons, Dr. Anthony Ricci, Millersville, and Thomas Ricci, Toms River; a daughter, JoAnn Ricci-Schlough, Toms River; two brothers, Angelo "Sonny" Ricci, Toms River, and Carmen Ricci, Lanoka Harbor, Lacey; his companion, Elizabeth Klokus, and her children, Stephen Ginesi and Denise Munson, all of Toms River; and four grandchildren. Visiting hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday at the family owned Carmona-Bolen Home for Funerals, 412 Main Toms River. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral 9 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Funeral Mass will be offered 10 a.m. at St.
Joseph's Church, Toms River. Interment will follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Toms River. FRANK C. R0CHA.
75, of lake-wood, died Thursday at Kimball Medical Center, Lakewood. He was a produce manager for Grand Union, Asbury Park, for 30 years, retiring eight years ago. He was a World War II Army veteran. Born in Holyoke, he lived in Brooklyn before moving to Lake-wood 30 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Elizete Rocha; a son, Joseph, Staten Island; In Memoriam Dyson Walling 1997 It's two years since you passed away, And I've been lonesome since you're gone.
I miss you more than words can say, Bui I slill try to carry on. You left a place within my heart, That no one else could fill. Because you mean so much to me, Dyson, you always will. Your loving wife, Joan LA 1 A This is a list of obituaries that do not appear in this edition of the Press. i Cervelllno, Daniel 70, Freehold Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold DIFIore, Angela Acquaro, 87, Red Bank John E.
Day Funeral Home. Red Bank Gross, Madell, 94, Elizabeth Menorah Chapels at Millburn, Vauxhatl Lucia, Nancy Larotonda, 81, Ocean Township Damiano Funeral Home, Long Branch Miller, William J. 86, Houston RUTH B. BROWN BENKERT, 85, of WARETOWN, died Thursday at home. She was a member of St.
Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ware-town. Born in East Orange, she lived in Belvidere before moving to the BarnegatWaretown area in 1973. Her husband, Frederick died in 1981. Surviving are a brother, Frederick Brown, and several nieces and nephews. it Family and friends are invited to call 2 to 4 p.m.
Monday at the funeral home. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Riggs Funeral Home, 130 Route 9 North, Forked River, followed by interment in Ocean Community Cemetery, Waretown. MARY B. MAUREEN MEEHAN BOYLE, of Whiting, MANCHESTER, died Thursday.
Born in Drim-boarty County, Donegal, Ireland, she came to the United States in 1948, living in New York, and in Breezy Point, Queens, before moving to Whiting in 1996. Her son, Donald Boyle, died in 1967. Surviving are her husband, Patrick; four sons, Patrick, Kevin, Sean and Joseph; two daughters, MaryJo Marzano, and Elizabeth; a son-in-law, Edward Marzano; three daughters-in-law, Suzanne, Diane and Kristina; two brothers, Joseph and Patrick Meehan, both of Brooklyn; three sisters, Nan Normoyle, New York, Josie Cassidy, Brooklyn, and Peggy McNelis, London, England; three grandchildren, Christine, Eileen and Maureen; many nieces, nephews, cousins, and her aunt, Lily Brennan. Visiting hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday at 28 School-house Road, Whiting. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered 11 a.m. Monday in all Saints Chapel, 30 Schoolhouse Road, Whiting. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Community Medical Center, Van Dyke Hospice, 99 Route 37 West, Toms River, NJ 08755. JEAN GULINO, 83, of Holiday City Berkeley, BERKELEY, died Wednesday at Community Medical Center, Toms River.
She was a seamstress at Eagle Clothes, Brooklyn, for many years, retiring in 1980. He was a communicant of St. Maximilian Kolbe Roman Catholic Church, Berkeley, and a member of the Holiday City Berkeley Women's Club and Boccie Ball Club. Born in Italy, she lived in Staten Island and in Brooklyn before moving to Berkeley 19 years ago. Her husband, Salvatore Gulino, died in 1982.
Surviving are two brothers, Anthony Giusto, Belleville, and Frank Glorisi, North Brunswick; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, Toms River. Funeral Mass will be offered 11:30 a.m.
Monday at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, Toms River. Interment will follow in Ocean County Memorial Park, Toms River. ANDREW M. KAHORA, 8i, of Whiting, MANCHESTER, died Wednesday at Community Medical Services Additional Information ZADROGA Doris Barbara (nee: Brick- wedel) of Jersey City on Thursday April 29, 1999.
Beloved wife of John T. Zadroga. Devoted mother of John Elaine Zadrog-Long, Keith, Kevin, Dennis Zadroga, Joyce Mansine, Craig, Brian, and Scott Zadroga. Dear Sister of Eleanor De lanni, Grace Rubino, and Lorraine Brickwedel. Also survived by 17 loving grandchildren, and 2 late grandsons Darnell Flynn and Nicholas Zadroga.
Furneral from Riotto Funeral Home. 3205 Kennedy Blvd. Jersey City on Monday May 3, 1999 at Funeral mass at St Nicholas Church Cremation at Garden State Crematory North Bergen. Visiting Sat Sun 2-4 7-9pm. Parking lots on Stagg St Kennedy Blvd.
Donations may be made to: St Josephs Home for the Blind. 537 Pavon-ia Ave Jersey City NJ 07306. ja irn i Man, 48, is convicted of forging JFK papers Center, Toms River. He was an automatic gauge repairman for Hyatt Roller Bearing, Clark, for 32 years, retiring in 1979. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Byzantine Catholic Church, Toms River and a member of its Knights of Columbus Council 10899, Toms River.
He was also a member of the United Auto Workers Union. He was a World War II veteran, serving in France and Belgium with the 13th airborne division as a glider-man. He received his training at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds as an instructor and small weapons repairman with the 713th airborne ordinance co. Born in Minersville, he lived in North Plainfield before moving to Whiting in 1980. Surviving are his wife, Elsie Ga-valetz Kahora; a son, James, Somerset; a daughter, Nancy Dowd, Bridgewater; two brothers, George, Carteret, and Joseph, Brick; two sisters, Mary Hnat, Oregon, and Ann Plucinski, Florida, and four grandchildren, Caroline Higgins, Jennifer Dowd, Beth Dowd, and Thomas Dowd.
Visitation is 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Family Owned Carmona-Bolen Home for Funerals, 66 Lacey Road, Whiting. The Para-stas service will be 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Funeral Services will be held 8:15 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, followed by a 9 a.m. Devine Liturgy to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Byzantine Catholic Church, Toms River, Interment will follow in Brigadier General William C. Doyle New Jersey Veterans Cemetery, Arneytown. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Byzantine Catholic Church Building Fund, 1937 Church Road, Toms River, N.J.
08753 would be appreciated. WILLIAM J. O'NEILL, 91, of the Crestwood Village section of Whiting, MANCHESTER, died Thursday at Bey Lea Village, Toms River. He was a traffic manager for the Maersk Steamship Line, New York City for 52 years, retiring in 1972. He was a communicant of St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Whiting. He was a member of the Old Guard of Crestwood Village, Whiting. Born in Brooklyn, he lived in Elizabeth for many years before moving to the Crestwood Village section of Whiting in 1980. His wife, Margaret M. O'Neill, died in 1995, and his daughter, Nancy McBride, died in 1994.
Surviving are a son, William J. Birmingham, seven grandchildren; and five grandchildren. Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Whiting. A funeral Mass will be offered 10 a.m.
in the All Saints Chapel at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Whiting. Interment will follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Toms River. NADINE MARIE 0R0SZ, is, of BRICK died Wednesday at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick.
She was a 1998 honors graduate of Brick Memorial High School, where she had been editor-in-chief of the school newspaper the Mustang Express, a member of the track and field team, and captain of the bowling team. She was enrolled in com puter-science courses at the DeVry Institute in North Brunswick. She was a wait ress at the Olive Garden, Toms River, and as a chef at Paison's Pizza, Brick. She was an avid sports fan. She was a member of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Perth Amboy.
Born in Edison, she lived there before moving to Brick 10 years ago. Surviving are her parents, Joseph and Susan M. of Brick; a sister, Lorraine Elizabeth of Brick; a brother, Colt J. of Brick; her maternal grandparents, Andrew and Shirley Wolfe of Edison; and her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth of Metuchen. The funeral will be 11 a.m.
Monday at Mitruska Funeral Home in the Fords section of Woodbridge. Burial wll follow at Calvary Cemetery in the Hopelawn section, of 1 I.1.1': 1 r9 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK A man was found guilty yesterday of selling salacious, but forged documents claiming President Kennedy paid hush money to keep secret an affair with Marilyn Monroe. Lawrence X. Cusack III, who made a fortune selling hundreds of Kennedy-linked documents he claimed came from his father, was convicted on 13 mail and wire fraud charges. Cusack, 48, of Fairfield, faces up to five years in prison on each of the 13 fraud counts, and a maximum $250,000 fine on each count when he is sentenced in July.
When Judge Denise Cote announced the guilty verdict on each charge, Cusack's jaw dropped. He stared, eyes narrowed, at the jurors, then he shook his head repeatedly and dropped his face into his hands. The case caused a furor in 1997 after Pulitzer Prize-winning author Unas duhbh! Serving All Faiths 173 Route 37W Toms River Indoor Showroom 473-1122 100 Route 9 Galleria Shopping Center, Manalapan Indoor Showroom 625-1 822 601 Route 35 Middletown 671-1122.
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