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the a a a a a a a a a in of is in 1a Asbury Park September 13, 1988 DEATHS Angelo Gus Aronis Belmar May Fusco Berardicelli Matawan Mary D. Brennan Berkeley Township Alice V. Conion Berkeley Township Helen Doughty Orlando, Fla. Thomas F. Doyle Dover Township Patricia Ann Dreher Sautee, Ga.

Maartje Flipse Toms River Joseph B. Fuko Union Township Dr. Theodore S. Gray Sr. Wall Township Leonard Heinlein Manchester Township Olive R.

Jones Surf Arthur O. Kitzler Sr. Berkeley Township Jack, Red Bank Loversidge Walter P. Mackevich Green Acres City, Fla. Joseph P.

McGovern Toms River S. Meyer Middletown Township John Milkovich Berkeley Township George Lakewood H. Moore George E. Mount Howell Township Dayton O. Newton Wiscasset, Maine Angelo Olmo Long Branch Joseph J.

Pesco Brick Township Michael Petrien Manchester Township Joseph D. Prezioso Toms River Bertha M. Power Red Bank Jerome S. Reed Tinton Falls Theodore G.L. Reed Bennington, Vt.

Charles V. Rosenbaum Margate, Fla. Ruth L. Schanck Austin, Texas Lillian R. Smith Lavallette Lillian M.

a Trinter Toms River Lily N. Wolfe Boynion Beach, Fla. MONMOUTH Theodore Gray Sr. retired city dentist WALL TOWNSHIP Dr. Theodore S.

Gray 73, a retired dentist, died 1 Sunday at his winter home in Big Pine Key, Dr. Gray, who had his office in Asbury Park for 40 years, retired in 1981. He was a 1939 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a graduate of the university's School of Dentistry in 1941. Dr. Gray was a member of the Kiwanis Club and Masonic Lodge, both Asbury Park, and Shriners, Valley of Trenton.

He was former treasurer of the New Jersey Dental Society, past president of the Monmouth County Dental Society and a member of the American Dental Association. Born in Bradley Beach, he had lived here for 30 years. His wife, the former Barbara L. Brooks, died in 1983. Surviving are two sons, Theodore S.

with whom he lived, and Richard St. Albans, a daughter, Joan A. Potekhen, Silverthorne, Colo. and five grandchildren. Johnson Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements.

13. The Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, Sept. 17. 1988. 9:00 a.m., at St.

Catherine's R.C. Church, Main Farmingdale. Visiting at the H.T. Clayton and Son Funeral Home, Adelphia Rd. (Rte.

524), Adelphia, on Friday from 2-4 and 79 p.m. SERVICES ARONIS Angelo Gus, of Belmar, on Spetember 12. 1988. Dear brother of John M. and E.

Lesty. Funeral service 10:15 a.m. Thursday from the Meehan Funeral Home, 555 Warren Avenue, Spring Lake Heights. Mass 11 a.m. St.

George's Greek Orthodox Church. Burial at St. George's Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 2-4, 7-9. Contributions in his memory to St.

George's Greek Orthodox Church would be appreciated. BUTLER Jack F. of Leisure Knoll section of Manchester Twsp. on Sept. 7, 1988.

Beloved husband of Elizabeth (nee Costello) Butler brother of Julia Cashin. Relatives friends are invited to attend a memorial service on Sun. Sept. 18. 1988 at the Presbyterian Church of Lakehurst, NJ.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the First Aid Squad of Manchester or the Helping Hands of Leisure Knoll or a charity of their choosing. Arrangements by Anderson Campbell, Lakehurst. ELDRIDGE Mary age 72, of Howell on Sept. 12, 1988. Beloved wife of the late Norris E.

Eldridge Sr. Loving mother of Norris E. Richard Alan Donald, Eugene, Gerald and Edward, Barbara A. Crammer, and Ann M. Kinney.

Sister of Hook Sue Young. Grandmother of FINN Dr. Margaret R. of Jersey City, N.J.. suddenly on Saturday.

September 10. 1988. Loving daughter of the late Thomas A. and Margaret (nee Houlihan) Finn. Dear sister of Thomas Finn, Mrs.

Catherine Murphy, Mrs. Alice Johnson and the late Mary and Helen Finn. Survived also by several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from McLaughlin Funeral Home-Funeral Square. 625 Pavonia Jersey City on Wednesday, September 14, 1988 at 9 a.m.

Funeral Mass St. Michael's R.C. Church, 10 a.m. Interment. Holy and Visiting hours, 7-9 p.m.

on Monday, 2-5 p.m on Tuesday. Parking opposite funeral home. FLIPSE Maartie, age 88. of Toms River, on September 11, 1988. Beloved wife of the late Johannes.

Beloved mother of Peter and Johanna Glasgow. Grandmother of five, great grandmother of two. Funeral service will be held Wednesday 10:30 a.m. at the Laurel Grove Cemetery, in Totowa. Funeral service will be private, for family members only, In: lieu of flowers please make contributions to your favorite charity.

Colonial Funeral Home, Brick Twp. is in charge of arrangements. FUKO Joseph B. of Union, NJ on September 6, 1988. Husband Florence (Blair).

Father of Kevin, Curtis Dean Fuko. Brother of Mrs. Jolan Brennan. Also survived by 7 grandchildren. The funeral service will be conducted at the McCraken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Union on Wed at 11AM.

Interment Hollywood Memorial Park. Friends may call Tues. 7-9pm. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the Deborah Hospital, Browns Mills, NJ. GRAY Dr.

Theodore S. Wall Church Road, Wall, N.J., late on Barbara Sept. 11, L. 1988, age 73. Husband of the Brooks Gray, father of Theodore S.

Richard L. and Mrs. Joan A. Potekhen, grandfather of five. Funeral services Friday, Sept.

16, at 11 a.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home, Hwy 38, Wall, the Rev. Harry Hart, officiating. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the funeral home Thursday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. OBITUARIES RIES Jerome S.

Reed, ex-administrator TINTON FALLS Jerome S. Reed, 69, of 24 Reeds Road, died Saturday at Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, after a brief illness. Mr. Reed retired in 1985 after serving 25 years as borough administrator. He had lived here since 1922 and was involved in many community projects.

He was a graduate of Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y. He was an Air Force veteran of World War II, serving as a fighter pilot in the European Theater of Operations. He was born in Middletown Township. Surviving are his wife, Mary Fletcher Reed; a son, Christopher Reed, Gloversville, N.Y.; five brothers, Robert C. Reed, here; Paul E.

Branford, J. Donald Reed, Oceanport; Vincent L. Reed, Roanoke, and Gene S. Reed, Seattle. Beecher Bennett Funeral Home, Hamden, is in charge of arrangements.

GEORGE E. MOUNT, 55, of Howell Township, died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital, Trenton. Mr. Mount was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War.

He was a self-employed carpenter. He was a member of the Moose Lodge, Jackson Township. Mr. Mount was born in Long Branch and had lived in Howell for many years. Surviving are his wife, the former Muriel Bedell; three sons, Thomas, Daniel and George Bedell, all of Howell; five daughters, Joann Getta, Peggy Kapcio, Dorothy Mount, and Jean Bedell, all of Howell, and Cheryl McIntyre, Fort Dix; his mother, Minnie Conover Mount, West Long Branch; three brothers, John Mount, Highlands; Grover Mount, Jackson, and Stanley Mount, Belford, Middletown Township; three sisters, Jenny Urlander, Long Branch; Jean Dowden, Asbury Park, and Helen Freeman, Massachusetts, and 16 grandchildren.

Higgins Memorial Home, Free- hold, is in charge of arrangements. ANGELO GUS ARONIS, 67, of Belmar, died yesterday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mr. Aronis was in the merchant marine for many years. He also owned and operated a bar and restaurant in Baltimore.

He served in the Marines during World War II and was a member of the First Marine Air Wing. He a member of St. George's Greek Orthodox Church, Asbury Park. He was born in Buffalo, N.Y., where he lived before moving to Belmar. Surviving are two brothers, John Asbury Park, and E.

Lesty, South Belmar; seven nephews and one niece. Meehan Funeral Home, Spring Lake Heights, is in charge of arrangements. JANE S. MEYER, 89, of Middletown Township, died yesterday at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. She worked on the assembly line of the Clark Thread Mill Newark, for many years until her retirement.

She was a member of St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Middletown. Born in New York, she lived in Middletown the past 40 years. Her husband, Peter died in 1980. Her daughter, Helen G.

Reynolds, died five months a ago. Surviving are two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. H.L. Scott Funeral Home, Belford, Middletown, is in charge of arrangements. McGOVERN Joseph.

on Sunday, September 11. 1988, age 71, of Toms River. Formerly of Newark. Husband of Johanna C. (nee Pfeifer).

Father of Joseph J. McGovern, Mrs. Maureen McGinley. Brother of Charlotte McNeil, Mrs. Agnes Policastro, Mrs.

Dorothy O'Neill. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral from Haeberle Barth Colonial Home, 1100 Pine corner of Vaux Hall Union, on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 8:30 AM. Thence to Our Lady of The Lake Church, Lakeside Verona, for a funeral mass at 10 AM.

Interment Hollywood Memorial Park, Union, Sgt. James P. Hennessey Post VFW Service Tuesday at 8 PM. Visitation 2-4 7-9 PM Tuesday. OLMO 1988.

Angelo Funeral 50, of Long Branch on Sept. 10, 8 am Sept. 14 from the Hoffman Funeral Home, 415 Broadway, Long Branch. Mass Of Christian Burial 9 am at Holy Trinity Church. Interment N.J.

Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown. Visitation today 2-4 and 7-9 pm. POWER Bertha of Red Bank, on September 12, 1988. Sister of Callista Cross, aunt many loving nieces and nephews, great aunt of many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday, 2-4.

7-9 p.m. at the John E. Day Funeral Home, 85 Riverside Avenue, Red Bank. Funeral Mass Wednesday 9:30 a.m. St.

James R.C. Church, Red Bank. Interment to follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Middletown. PREZIOSO Joseph D.

of Toms River on Sept. 11. Devoted husband of Ann (Sanzo) Dear father of Rose Mary Swatko, Patrick J. Prezioso, Mary Louise Pede Joseph F. Prezioso.

Loving brother of Betty Ward, Louise Brogan, Rose Eberling, John Thomas the late Mary King Guido Gustave, Patrick Louis. Dear Grandfather of Christopher Swatko, Michael Joseph Pede Allison Prezioso. Relatives friends are invited to attend the funeral. The Migliaccio Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd. (at 33rd St.) on Thurs.

Sept. 15. Funeral Mass Assumption RC Church, Intombment. Hollywood Memorial Park. Union.

PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. Visitation Tues. 2-4 7-9. REED Jerome 24 Reeds Road, Tinton Falls, N.J., on September 10, 1988, age 69. Beloved husband of Mary Fletcher Reed, dear father of Christopher.

Dear brother of Robert Paul J. Donald, Vincent and Gene. S. A memorial service will be held Saturday, September 17th, at 11:00 a.m., at Church-Shreswbury, corner of Broad Street at Sycamore. Friends are invited to attend the memorial service.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial contribution may be made to the Tinton Falls First Aid Squad, 46 Old Mill Tinton Falls, N.J. 07724. SMITH Lillian R. Smith died Sunday at Point Pleasant Hospital. Loving and devoted wife of Thomas for 46 years wishes to express her love and her happiness to her sisters and family and many of her true friends of SKF Ball Bearing Comapny and her many new friends in Lavallette.

May she be with us forever. TRINTER Lillian, M. 65, of Toms River on Sept. 11, 1988. Beloved wife of Robert.

Loving mother of Jay, Patricia Manning. Devoted grandmother 2. Funeral 9:15 am. Wed. from Kedz Funeral Home, 1123 Hooper Toms River.

Mass 10 am. St. Justin RC Church, Toms River. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery, Toms River.

Visitation today Tues. 2-4 7-9 pm. CARD OF THANKS GREEN The family of the late Thurman Green Sr. wishes to thank the Rev. Dr.

John C. Smith, Mrs. Wilma Greason's combined choirs of The Baptist Calvary Church of Red Bank, the Rev. Dave Zeravsky at The Wesleyan Methodist Church of Neptune, the Neptune Detective Bureau, the Neptune Police Jackson Funeral Home staff, our neighbors, friends for their kindness and messages of sympathy, and all others too numerous to mention during our time of recent bereavement. The Green Family MAY FUSCO BERARDICELLI, 85, of Matawan, died Sunday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township.

She retired in 1950 after 25 years as a special machine operator in New York's garment district. Mrs. Berardicelli was a communicant of St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, Matawan, and a member of the church's senior group and Rosary Society. Born in Newark, Mrs.

Berardicelli lived most of her life in Palisades Park, moving to Matawan 20 years ago. Her husband, Vincent died in 1983. Surviving are a son, Theodore, Sayreville; a daughter, Nancy Masiello, Matawan; six grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. BERTHA M.

POWER, 88, of Red Bank, died yesterday at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. Mrs. Power was a supervisor for New Jersey Bell for more than 48 years, retiring 23 years ago. She was a communicant of St. James Roman Catholic Church, Red Bank, and a member of its Rosary-Altar Society.

She was a member of Red Bank Senior Citizens and Telephone Pioneers of America. She was member of the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Anthony's, Red Bank. Born in New York, she lived most of her life in the Red Bank area.

Surviving are one sister, Callista Cross, Red Bank; and many nieces and nephews and great- nieces and greatnephews. John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. JACK LOVERSIDGE, 70, a lifelong resident of Red Bank, died yesterday at Burdette Tomlin Hospital, Cape May Court House, Middle Township. He was a chief lineman for Jersey Central Power Light retiring in 1980 after 40 years of service.

Mr. Loversidge was an ex-chief and member of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department, Union Hose Company, since he was 18 years old. He was also an ex-captain and member of the Red Bank First Aid Squad. Surviving are his wife, the former Dorothy Piney; two sons, Jack Neptune, and Bruce Red Bank; two daughters, Barbara A. Boas, Middletown Township, and Patricia A.

West, Red Bank; two brothers, Frank, Red Bank; and Robert, Florida; two sisters, Dorothy Loversidge, Red Bank, and Ruth Hendricks, Middletown; and six grandchildren. John E. Day Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. ANGELO OLMO, 50, of Long Branch, died Saturday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mr.

Olmo was a cameraman in the offset printing trade. He was a member of the American Legion Post 1000, Staten Island. Born in Brooklyn, he moved to Long Branch 13 years ago. Surviving are three sons, Angelo Michael and Frank G. of Long Branch; two daughters, Bridgette Central Islip, Long Island, and Liza Ann, Lawrence, a brother, Anthony Brooklyn; one sister, Margarite Cuevaz, Goose Creek, S.C.; and four grandchildren.

Hoffman Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in charge of arrangements. GRACE JACKSON, 80, of Freehold, who died Friday, also is survived by a sister, Rose Blair, Montgomery, 16 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Their names were omitted from an obituary Sunday in The Asbury Park Press. OCEAN ant Hospital. He was self-employed as a barber for 30 years in Lakewood at his shop The Mans Place.

Mr. Pesco was a communicant of The Roman Catholic Church of the Visitation, Brick, and a member of the church's Holy Name Society. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 836, Brick. He was born in Brooklyn and lived there before moving to Brick 30 years ago. He is survived by his wife, the former Patricia Dolan; two sons, Michael, of home, and Joseph, Brick; two daughters, Anne M.

Fusick, Manahawkin, Stafford Township, and Susan, of home; two sisters, Mary Pesco, Brooklyn, and Pauline Vickerman, of Pocomoke City, and four grandchildren. Van Hise Callagan Funeral Home, Brick, is in charge of arrangements. JOSEPH J. PESCO, 61, of Brick Township, died Sunday at Point Pleas- MARY D. BRENNAN, 97, of Bayville, Berkeley Township, died Sunday at home.

Mrs. Brennan was employed for many years as a bookkeeper by Regan Hardware, Orange. She was a member of the Rosary Society at St. Barnabas Church, Bayville, and St. Anthony's Guild, Paterson.

Born in Orange, Mrs. Brennan resided in Bloomfield before moving to Bayville in 1959. Her husband, Thomas, died in 1968. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements.

ARTHUR O. KITZLER 91, of the Bayville section of Berkeley Township, died yesterday at Community Memorial Hospital, Dover Township. tool control Exxon Linden, Mr. Kitzler, was a supervisor of retiring in 1956 after more than 38 years. He was a member of the Exxon Quarter Century Club and the Exxon Annuitants, Linden.

He was a Navy veteran of World War I and a life member of the Veterans of World War I. He was a member of John Taylor Wesley Post 232, American Legion, Barnegat and past Senior Vice Commander of Bayway Post 260, American Legion, Elizabeth. He served as a councilman in the Seventh Ward, Elizabeth from 1932 until retiring in 1938. Born in Elizabeth, 1 he lived there until moving to Bayville 25 years ago. He was predeceased by his first wife, Elizabeth McGuire Kitzler, in 1979, and his son, Arthur O.

Kitzler in 1982. He is survived by his wife, the former Constance Jean Cassie Kitzler; two sons, Robert San Francisco, and Richard J. New York; a daughter, Joan Anne Jones, Jacksonville Beach, three sisters, Clara Dunne and Emma Schaller, Manchester Township, and Jeanette Thonebe, Madison; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. August F. Schmidt Memorial Funeral Home, Elizabeth, is in charge of arrangements.

ALICE V. CONLON, 68, of the Holiday City West section of Berkeley Township, died Sunday at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mills, Pemberton Township. She was a registered nurse supervisor with the New York City Department of Health for 18 years, retiring in 1981. Prior to this, she was a staff nurse at the Staten Island Hospital. After tirement she worked in Ocean County schools as a substitute school nurse.

Mrs. Conlon received her RN from St. Vincent's Hospital School of Nursing, Manhattan, and a BS degree in nursing from St. John's University, Queens. She served as first lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II in Africa and Italy.

She was a communicant of St. Catharine's Roman Catholic Church, Seaside Park where she belonged to the Rosary Altar Society. She was also a Eucharist Minister. She was a member of the Holiday City Blood Pressure Group, the Holiday City West Woman's Club and the Holiday City Berkeley Chapter of Deborah. Surviving are her husband, Peter J.

Colon, one son, Peter J. Arlington, Texas; two daughters, Rosemary McCarthy, Houston; and Alice C. Adams, Delta, two brothers, Thomas Berk, Queens, and Charles Berk, Florida. Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements.

JOSEPH D. PREZIOSO, 70, of Toms River, died Sunday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River. He retired in 1985 as a mechanic, pipe fitter and welder at Exxon Bayonne, where he worked for over 44. years. He was a member of the Exxon Annuitants Club, Veterans of Foreign War, and Catholic War Veterans Post 1612.

He was state officer-of-the-day of the Catholic War Veterans, a position he held for the past eight years. Mr. Prezioso was born in Bayonne and lived there until moving to Toms River one year ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Ann Sanzo; two daughters, Rosemary Swatko, and Mary I Louise Pede; two sons, Patrick J. and Joseph two brothers, John and Thomas; three sisters, Betty Ward, Louise Brogan, and Rose Eberling, and four grandchildren.

Migliaccio Funeral Home, Bayonne, is in charge of arrangements. MICHAEL PETRIEN, 72, of the Crestwood section of Whiting, Man- chester Township, died Sunday at home. He was a machinist with the Plessey Hillside Township, for 40 years, retiring in 1977. Mr. Petrien was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 4504, Union Township, the Stamp Club of and the Stroke and Handicap Club of Whiting.

He was a communicant of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Whiting. Surviving are his wife, the former Olga Ewaskiew; a son, Michael Union; two daughters, Dorothy Gawel, Bethlehem Township, and Wanda Petrien, Burlington County, and two grandchildren. Manchester Memorial Funeral Home, Whiting, is in charge of arrangements. JOSEPH P.

MC GOVERN, 71, of Toms River, died Sunday at home. He was custodian for the Newark Board of Education for 15 years before retiring 10 years ago. He was a baker for the Bakery, Newark, for 15 years. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of Sgt. James P.

Hennessey Post 712, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Newark. Born in Newark he lived there most of his life before moving to Toms River 10 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Johanna Pfeifer; one son, Joseph East Brunswick Township; one daughter, Maureen McGinley, West Orange; three sisters, Charlotte McNeil, Old Bridge Township; Agnes Policastro, Dunellen, and Dorothy O'Neill, Newark, and six grandchildren. Haeberle Barth Colonial Home, Union Township, is in charge of arrangements. JOHN MILKOVICH, 68 of Bayville, Berkeley Township, died yesterday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River.

He was employed as a foreman at General Electric Nutley, for 28 years until 1975. He was also employed as a painter at the Original Leisure Village, Lakewood, for 10 years, retiring in 1986. Mr. Milkovich was a World War Il Army veteran and a member of Silverton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1734. Born in Blackburn, Mr.

Milkovich lived in Newark and Harrison before moving to Bayville 20 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Josephine Cromal; three daughters, Joyce Carrara, Toms River; Diane Gary, Belle Mead, and Jo-ann Dudley, Bayville; three brothers, Joseph, Randolph Township; Michael, Harrison, and George, Colver, three sisters, Mary Kilman, Point Pleasant; Catherine Yanosky, Ebensburg, and Ro. sella Juba, Colver; four grandsons and one great -granddaughter. Carmona-Bolan Home for Funerals, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. OLIVE R.

JONES, 83, of Surf City, died Sunday at Southern Ocean County Hospital, Manahawkin, Stafford Township. Mrs. Jones was a housekeeper for the Surf City Hotel and the Surf Villa, retiring in 1964. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Surf City Volunteer Fire Company and the United Church of Surf City. She was born in Surf City and lived there all her life.

Her husband, Benjamin died in 1964. Surviving are a son, Charles, Surf City, a daughter, Olive Sprague, Surf City, and one grandson. Shinn Funeral Home, Manahawkin, is in charge of arrangements. LILLIAN R. SMITH, of Lavallette, died Sunday at Point Pleasant Hospital.

Mrs. Smith retired as an inspector at SKF Ball Bearing Philadelphia. She was a member of Seaside Chapter of Deborah Hospital and the Lavallette Seniors Club. Born in Philadelphia, she lived there until moving to Lavallette 16 years ago. Surviving are her husband, Thomas; two sisters, Elsie Schubert and Lytia D.

Seipp, Lavallette, and several nieces and nephews. Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals is in charge of arrangements. LEONARD HEINLEIN, 84, of Crestwood Village, Whiting, Manchester Township, died yesterday at Logan Manor Nursing Home, Whiting. Mr.

Heinlein worked as a mechanic for Connecticut General New York. Born in Bavaria, Germany, he came to the United States in 1924. He lived in Bronx for many before moving to Manchester 13 ago. years His wife, Anna, died in 1970. Surviving is a sister, Kati Ciller, Manchester, and a nephew.

Anderson Campbell Funeral Home, Whiting, is in charge of arrangements. LILLIAN M. TRINTER, 65, of Toms River, died Sunday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River. Born in Newark, she had lived in Union and Brick townships before moving to Toms River in 1966. Mrs.

Trinter was a communicant of St. Justin's Roman Catholic Church, Toms River. Surviving are her husband, Robert; a son, Jay, at home; a daughter, Patricia Manning, Toms River, and two grandchildren. Kedz Golden Rule Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. THOMAS F.

DOYLE, 83, of the Chadwick section of Dover Township, died Saturday at Point Pleasant Hospital. He was a police sergeant with the Hudson County Police Department, retiring in 1967. Mr. Doyle owned and operated the Doyle Landscaping Kearny, for 41 years, before retiring in 1974. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Peace Roman Catholic Church, Normandy Beach, Dover Township.

He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Peace, the Ocean Beach Senior Citizens, Seaside Moose Lodge 399, Ortley Beach; Kearny Elks Lodge 1510, the New Jersey State Retired Police Firemans Association, Brick Township Chapter; and the American Association of Retired Persons. He was born in Kearny and lived there until moving to Chadwick Beach Island, Dover Township, nine years ago. His wife, Margaret, died in 1979. Surviving are two sons, Thomas Doyle, Ill, Toms River, and John T. Doyle, Florham Park; two brothers, Vincent Doyle, Vienna, W.Va.; and James Doyle, Forked River, Lacey Township; one sister, Mildred Doyle, Toms River, and five grandchildren.

Timothy E. Ryan Home For Funerals, Lavallette, is in charge of arrangements. GEORGE H. MOORE, 84, of Lakewood, died Friday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River. He was a self-employed real estate manager in Detroit for years.

Born in St. Louis, he lived in Detroit before moving to Lakewood 17 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Edith Ranney, and a brother, Russell, East Lansing, Mich. D'Elia Funeral Home. Lakewood, is arrangements, charge MAARTJE FLIPSE, 88, of Toms River, died Sunday at the Claremont Care Center, Point Pleasant.

A nurse for 50 years, she had worked as a licensed practical nurse i in Monmouth and Ocean counties and with the Ocean Grove Nursing Home before retiring 15 years ago. Mrs. Flipse was a member of the Licensed Practical Nurses Association and a member of the Holland Guild af Paterson. Born in Scheveningen, the Netherlands, Mrs. Flipse lived in Paterson before moving to Toms River 25 years ago.

Her husband, Johannes, died in 1956. Surviving are a son, Peter Point Pleasant; a daughter, Johanna Glasgow, New Bern, N.C.; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Colonial Funeral Home, Brick Township, is in charge of arrangements. CARMELLA P. NAPPI, 73, af Brick Township, who died Thursday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River, was born in Fairview and lived in Holmdel Township and Ocala, before moving to Brick.

This information was incorrect yesterday in The Asbury Park Press. OUT OF AREA Dayton Newton, led academy band WISCASSET, Maine Dayton 0. Newton, 79, a former band direct tor, died Sunday at home. 11100 He was the former head of music and band director at Admiral Farragut Academy, Pine Beach, N.J., from 1954 until 1971. While at the academy, he and the students restored the schooner Emma C.

Berry, which is now at Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Conn. Mr. Newton was a retired Navy lieutenant commander, serving in World War II. He was a resident of Pine Beach for many years before moving, to Maine in 1975. His wife, Mary, died three months ago.

Surviving is one son, John, Wis casset. Funeral arrangements were made in Maine. AfT 6 WALTER P. MACKEVICH, 66, of Green Acres City, died Monday at Humana Hospital, West Palm Beach, Fla. Mr.

Mackevich was an Army veteran of World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star and Silver Star medals. He was a self-employed floor covering installer before his retirement FO years ago. He was a former communicant of St. Rose of Roman Catholic Lima Church, Freehold. He was an ex-captain and exempt member of Engine Hose Company 1 of the Freehold Fire Department.

He was a member of Monmouth Post 54, American Legion, Freehold, and La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Voiture Locale 1107, Grand Voiture of New Jersey. He was also a member of Lithuanian Club of Freehold. Mr. Mackevich was born in Perth Amboy and had lived in Freehold and Englishtown before moving to Green Acres City 10 years ago. Surviving are three daughters, 'Patricia McGillis, Freehold; Deborah Carswell, Clarksburg section of Millstone Township, and Laurie Mackevich, Passaic; two brothers, Albert Mackevich, Robertsville section of Marlboro Township, and Westley Mackevich, Old Bridge Township; two sisters, Helen Stolarz, Perth Amboy, and Mildred Wood, Sewaren, Woodbridge Township, and four grandchildren, Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold, is in charge of arrangements.

lat JOSEPH B. FUKO, 74, of Union Township, whose sons live in Mon- mouth County, died Sept. 6, in Belgium while on vacation. Mr. Fuko was senior auditor at the former Perth Amboy Savings Loan, when retiring in 1984 after 25 years.

He was a graduate of the Stoner School of Banking at Rutgers University. Mr. Fuko was a member of the American Institute of Banking, Elizabeth, and New Jersey Safe Deposit Organization. He was an Army veteran of World War II; he was a coach of Teeners and the Little League, Union. Born in Newark, he lived in Union for 50 years.

TO Surviving are his wife, the former Florence Blair; three sons, Kevin, Manalapan Township; Curtis, Eatontown, and Dean, Palatine, a sister, Jolan Brennan, Clifton, and seven grandchildren. art McCracken Funeral Home, Union Township, is in charge of arrangements. DON PATRICIA ANN DREHER, 44, of Sautee, formerly of Brick Township, died Saturday at Emery University Hospital, Atlanta, after a long illness. Mrs. Dreher was a real estate agent, employed by the Up Country Reality, Helen, Before that, she was a teacher at St.

Dominic's Grammar School, Brick. She was a communicant of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Cleveland. Born in Newark, she lived in Brick for several years, moving to Georgia in 1981. Surviving are her husband, Chuck a son, Shane and a daughter, Amy both at home; her parents, Larry and Joan Krieger Fogarty, Brick, and two brothers, Jim Fogarty, Morris Plains and Tim Fogarty, Tuckerton, Ward's Funeral Home, Cleveland, charge of.

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