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Asbury Park Press Saturday, April 6, 1996 A7 Deaths This is a complete list of obitu- M-ar'es the Asbury Park Press re-t "teived for today. Some obituar ies may not appear in this edition Ackerson, Emma M., B5, Lakewood D 'Etta Funeral Home, Lakewood Bachmann, Lawrence J., 69, Hazlet Township Day Funeral Home, Keyport Burrough, Mary T., 75, Long Branch Woolley Funeral Home, Long Branch Campbell, Dorothy Mae, 84, Ocean Gate O 'Cornell 's Home for Funerals, Berkeley Township Cappadona, Helen, 68, Mlddletown Township John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank easier, Carol Volkland, 89, Mlddletown Township Scott and Kedz Funeral Home, Middletown Cassella, Henry, 62, Lake worth, Fla. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth Chudzlk, Stanley A., 82, Mlddletown Township ( John F. Pjleger Funeral Home, Middletown- fritz, Margaret S. Weldle, 84, Neptune v Johnson Funeral Home, Wall Township Hoffman, Margaret T., 80, Mlddletown Township John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank lannelll, Nicholas, 83, Toms River Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home. Toms River lorlo, Helen Mary, 85, Brick Township Alt Faith Funeral Service. Sunrise, Fla. Kolmer, John H. ill, 26, Mantoloklng Van Hise and Caliagan Funeral Home, Point Pleasant Beach LAWRENCE J. BACHMANN, 69, HAZLET TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township. He was a printer fori;45 years with New York Printers jUnion 51, retiring in 1985. He was a communicant of Holy Family Roman Eitholic Church, Union Beach, a ember of the Hazlet Senior Citizens pub, and Middletown VFW Post ?179. He was a World War II Navy jveferan. He was born in Brooklyn and lived in Wood Haven, N.Y., moving to pazlet 38 years ago. j Surviving are his wife, Evelyn Dolly" Dunn Bachmann; two daughters, Maureen O'Donnell, Hazlet, and Elizabeth Coakley, Tinton Falls; a sis-leu Christine Fischer, Red Hook; and Five grandchildren. Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. MARY T. BURROUGH, 75, LONG P RANCH, died Thursday at Green prove Convalescent Center, Neptune. She was a communicant of Our Lady Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church, Long Branch. She was born in Brooklyn and lived in Bergenfield, boving to Long Branch in 1956. j Her husband, Frank G. Burrough, (lied in 1987. Surviving are three sons, Dennis R., Philadelphia, Kevin J., Long Branch, Frank G., Newport Richey, Fla.; two daughters, Barbara A.'" Doyle, Neptune City, Mary vleisler, Long Branch; seven grand-:hildren and a great grandchild. Wool-ey Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in :harge of arrangements. HELEN CAPPADONA, 68, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at home. She was co-owner of the Beachview Intermediate Care Facility for 32 years. She was a communicant of St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church, Keansburg, and a member of Dietary Food Supervisors of New Jersey. She was born in Newark and ived in Keyport and Keansburg, mov-ng to Middletown in 1978. Her husband, Francis V., died in 1990, and son, Robert Davies, died in 1981. Surviving are two sons, Joseph F. and Michael of Atlantic Highlands; two daughters, Donna Muratore, highlands, and Laura Bremekamp, Middletown; and six grandchildren. John E. Day Funeral Home, Red pank, is in charge of arrangements. T SERVICES BURROUGH Mary T., 75, of Long Branch, on i Apr. 4. 1996. Mass of Christian Burial, Tues., ? Apr. 9, 9:30 a.m.. from Our Lady Star of the Sea i Roman Catholic Church, Long Branch. Visitation I at the Woolley Funeral Home, 10 Morrell Street. Long Branch, Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. larmei uemeiery, yybsi lumk u'oiihi- CAPPADONA Helen of Middletown, N.J. on April 5, im wire or ine laie rrancia inlwh. mumc, S( Joseph F., Michael. Donna Muratore, Laura remekamp. and of the late Robert Davies. Grandmother of six. Visitation on Mon 2-4 and 1-9 p.m. at the John E. Day Funeral Home, 85 Riverside Ave., Red Bank. N.J. Mass of Christian Surial to be held on Tues. 10:15 a.m. at St. Anns r rhnr-h nf Kaanibure. Memoria Donations ! can' be made to The Salvation Army, 20 Rivr- side Ave.. Red Bank. N.J. 07701. CHUDZIK Stanley A., 82 yrs.. of Pt. Monmouth. NJ on April a, ihto. oeiovea nubuanu "i iiiw former Irene Winkler. Devoted father of Or. Douglas W., and Carole I. Douglas. Grandfather of 7. Funeral Tues. at 8:45 a.m. from the John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, 115 Tindall Rd., Middle-town. Funeral UturKV will be offered at St. Cath- k rtne's RC Church. N. Middletown at 9:30 a.m. Interment Fair View Cemetery, Middletown. Visit- Mon. z-4 ana -w p.m. Memorial uwibw ii , h mrla r. VN4 Hnnice PrOBram. 141 Bodman PI., Red Bank, NJ 07701-9978. COSTANZO Peter P. on April 3. 1996 of Ridge-I field Park formerly of Secaucus. Beloved hus-I band of Franclne (nee McGrath). Devoted son of XT3ohn and Joan (nee O Niell). Dear brother to T 3iirnn Costa. John Costanzo and the late f Mary Anne Costanzo. Loving uncle to Marie Ann and Gabriella Costa. Funeral from Vorhees Fu ll, neral Home, as Mam si., mogene a r i St Monday at 9 a.m. A funeral Mass will be offered At at. rranCIS HU unuron, mugwnwiu o. j STtni- Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Visitation Friday and Saturday 2-4 & 7-9 p m. If desired, contributions may be made to the Brain Tumor Center of Hackensack Uni versity Medical lemer in nis memory. RITZ Margaret S (Weidle) 84 of Neptune on Thurs., April 4. lyyo. beiovea wue oi in ioie Albert J. Loving mother of Joan L. James. Cherished grandmother of 3. Great grandmother of 2. Relatives & friends are invited to attend the viewing at the Johnson Funeral Home. Hwy 138, Wall, NJ on Sat., April 6. 1996 2-4 p.m. only. Funeral from Johnson's at 9 a.m. on Monday. April 8, 1996 with Interment to follow In Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover. NJ. KOLMER John H. Ill age 26 of Mantoloklng, N.J. on April 3, 199b. beloved son or norm jonn n. Kolmer Jr. Grandson of Dr. 4 Mrs. John H. Kolmer and Mr. & Mrs. William E. Dillon. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tues. April 9, 1996 at Sacred Heart R C. Church, Rt. 35, Bay Head, N.J. at 11 a.m. Entombment will follow at St. Catharine's Cemetery, Sea Girt, N.J. Visitation from Van Hise & Caliagan Funeral Home. ")12 Arnold Ave . Pt. Pleasant Beach, N.J. on i Monday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers contrl-Wrtions m his memory mfV be made to Vlllanova Educational Foundation, Vlllanova, PA 19085. Mac George,' Anne M., 88, Colts Neck Township Holmdel Funeral Home Maher, Charles T., 54, Union Beach Day Funeral Home, Keyport Mahon, Francis J., 72, Mlddletown Township Holmdel Funeral Home Mason, Edna Strieker, 95, Mlddletown Township August F. Schmidt Memorial Funeral Home, Elizabeth Montgomery, William J., 70, Island Heights Carmona-Boten Home for Funerals, Toms River Poll, Vivian Mc Cracken, 70, Damascus Va. Snyder's Funeral Home, Gray, Tenn. Potts, Pearl wenzel, 83, South Am boy Kurzaw Funeral Home, South Amboy Rafferty, William F., 63, Manchester Township Carmona-Bolen Home for Funerals, Toms River Salmons, Robert, 84, Tuckerton Maxwell Funeral Home, Little Egg Harbor Township Sanders, Duthal, 74, Naples, Fla. Beachwood Society, Naples Spatola, Patsy Sr., of Bloomfield Zarro Funeral Home, Bloomfield Thompson, Leonard J., 70, Brick Township Colonial Funeral Home, Brick Ward, James W., of Lakehurst Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Lakehurst Zlnk, Alfred E., 85, Mlddletown Township Holmdel Funeral Home CAROL VOLKLAND CASLER, 89, Belford, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died Thursday at King James Nursing Center, Middletown. She was a secretary at Fort Monmouth for five years. She was a member of Belford United Methodist Church, its Bible Study and its choir. She was born in Newark and moved to Belford in 1937. Her husband, Orville, died in 1965. Surviving are a stepson, Clinton Casler, Massachusetts stepdaughter, Elizabeth Chelgren, Minnesota; a sister, Leona Connolly, Cranford Township; and four grandchildren. Scott and Kedz Funeral Home, Middletown, is in charge of arrangements. STANLEY A. CHUDZIK, 82, Port Monmouth, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at Bay-shore Health Care Center, Holmdel Township. He was a chemist for 20 years at Uniroyal Rubber Co. in Wayne Township, and for many years with Kearfott Group in Fairfield, retiring 21 years ago. He was a communicant of St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Middletown, and a member of the Clifton VFW Post. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran and a graduate of North Carolina State University. He was born in Garfield and lived in Clifton, moving to Port Monmouth 14 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Irene Winkler Chudzik; a son, Dr. Douglas W., Middletown; a daughter, Carole I. Douglas, Manalapan Township; and seven grandchildren. John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, Middletown, is in charge of arrangements. MARGARET S. WEIDLE FRITZ, 84, NEPTUNE, died Thursday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was a custodian with the South Orange Board of Health for many years, retiring in 1977, and was a part time employee at Freedman's Bakery in Neptune. She was born in Newark and lived in Maplewood and in Union, moving to Neptune 20 years ago. Her husband, Albert J., died in 1955. Surviving are a daughter, Joan L. James, Neptune; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Johnson Funeral Home, Wall Township, is in charge of arrangements. MARGARET T. HOFFMAN, 80, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at home. She was a communicant of St. James Roman Catholic Services MacGEORGE Anne M., age 88 of Colts Neck on Wednesday, April 3, 1995. Beloved wife of the , late John. Mother of Joyce VanKervis and Janet Solewskl; sister of Michael Malarek and Katharine Cox; Grandmother of 4. Funeral service Tuesday 10 a.m. at the Colts Neck Reformed Church (Hwy. 537W) Colts Neck. Interment in Hollywood Memorial Park, Union. Visitation Monday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at Holmdel Funeral Home, 26 S. Holmdel Road, Holmdel. The family appreciates memorial contributions to the charity of your choice. SCULLY Anna M. of Howard County, Maryland formerly of NJ. on April 5. 1996. Beloved wife of William C. Scully, devoted mother of Allison Murphy. Also survived by 7 grandchildren & 10 great grandchildren. Family will receive friends Sunday, 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. at the Harry H. Witzke Funeral Home. 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City, Maryland. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 12 noon, St. Louis RC Church, Clarksville. Interment, Good Shepherd Cemetery. SPATOLA Patsy, Sr. on Wednesday, April 3, 1996 of Bloomfield formerly of Belleville. Beloved husband of Dolores (nee Zarro). Loving son of the late Rocco and Laura Spatola. Beloved father of Rocco, Patsy, Jr. and Gina Spatola and Donna Daubert. Loving father-in-law of Joseph Daubert. Dear brother of Mary Castiglia and of the late Lydia Polsaccia and Gemma DeStefano. Loving grandfather of Danielle Daubert. Funeral services will be conducted from the Zarro Funeral Home, 145 Harrison St., Bloomfield on Monday at 9:30 a.m. thence to St. Anthony's Church, Belleville where at 10:30 a.m. a Mass of Requiem will be offered. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Bloom-' field. Visitations Sat. & Sun. 2-4 & 7-10 p.m. ZJNK Alfred E., age 85, of Middletown on Thursday April 4, 1996. Beloved husband of the late Charlotte. Dear father of Marilyn Bruce of Holmdel. Grandfather of 4 and great grandfather of 2. Funeral Services Tuesday 10:30 a.m. at Holmdel Funeral Home, 26 S. Holmdel Road, Holmdel. Interment in Fair View Cemetery, Middletown. Visiting Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. IN MEMORIAM WILLIAMS Kathleen It has been a year ago today that God called you away. There has not been a aay mat we aian x pray that e could still have you here with us Obituaries For service times and other details, see Services listing IN TRIBUTE Modest "Marty" Rodriguez Brick Township Died Oct. 18, 1995 I was alone at home in Indiana when the call came from my mom telling me that my dad had died. Although I had been preparing for that day, I suddenly realized you're never really prepared. My dad gave me countless things over the years, but the ones I will remember most are priceless. and remember him. What tremendous strength he gave me these past few years. And the most amazing part was how I appreciated him and my mom even more after I moved halfway across the country. I will cherish the memories of my dad forever and the many gifts he gave me. And I will always be grateful that I had the chance to tell him how much he meant to me before his final days. Lorraine R. Kopack ROSWELL, GEORGIA To contribute your thoughts about someone who recently died, send your letter and a photo of the subject to: In Tribute, co Maria Sandoval, Newsroom, Asbury Park Press, 3601 Route 66, Box 1550, Neptune, NJ. 07754. Letters should be kept to 200 words and must include the author's name, address, telephone number and the date the obituary was published. Each letter is subject to verification and the Press reserves the right to edit or reject any letter or photo. Church, Red Bank. She was a volunteer for the Red Cross nurse's aide at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank, and also was a lay visitor. She was born in New York and lived in Fair Haven, moving here 15 years ago. Her husband, Edward J., died in 1990. Surviving are two brothers, James Kenah, Long Island, and Thomas J. Kenah Jr., Spring Lake Heights. John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. ANNE M. MAC GEORGE, 88, COLTS NECK TOWNSHIP, died Wednesday at Raritan Bay Medical Center, Old Bridge Township. She was born in Newark and lived in Ir-vington and in Freehold before moving to Colts Neck four years ago. Her husband, John, died in 1955. Surviving are two daughters, Joyce Van Kervis, Belleville, and Janet So-Iewski, Colts Neck; a brother, Michael Malarek, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; a sister, Katharine Cox, Norwood, Mass.; and four grandchildren. Holmdel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. CHARLES T. MAHER, 54, UNION BEACH, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township. He was a maintenance worker for 20 years at Sears Roebuck and Co. Middletown Township. He was a communicant of Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Union Beach. He was born in New York and moved to Union Beach 25 years ago. Surviving are his parents, Thomas M. and Jeanette Callahan Maher, and a sister, Rosemary Maher, all of Union Beach. Day Funeral Home,- Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. FRANCIS J. MAHON, 72, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died Thursday at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. He was an executive with Miller Advertising in New York, retiring in 1989. He was a World War II Army veteran, and he earned a bachelor's degree in advertising from Seton Hall University. Mr. Mahon was born in New York and lived in Flushing before moving to Middletown four months ago. Surviving are a son, Kevin, New Rochelle, N.Y.; two daughters, Susan Freemen talk with negotiators Officials are hoping the Freemen's religious beliefs will encourage them to end the standoff. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , .i, ,. JORDAN, Mont. The Freemen met with negotiators for a . second, time yesterday, and officials said they, hoped the symbolism of Easter would encourage the militants to peacefully end their long standoff with the FBI. The Freemen met for about two hours with third-party negotiators in a 35-foot mobile home parked on a dirt road about 200 yards from their farmhouse headquarters in eastern Montana. A Freeman stood outside and a government surveillance aircraft circled overhead. Attorney General Joe Mazurek said the negotiators were hoping the reli Dedication not only was he tqtally devoted to his family, but to his community and church who he served faithfully. Family nothing meant more to him than spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren. Time something we look forward to having someday, hopefully in retirement. I have never known anyone who devoted more time to the care and requirements of his fragile health. And because he did, we had him with us those extra years, just long enough for his youngest grandson to know, love Cort, Holmdel Township, and Joanne Mahon, South Newfane, Vt.; and three grandchildren. Holmdel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. EDNA STRICKER MASON, 95, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died Thursday at King James Care Center, Middletown. She was a piano teacher in the Union County area, and also was a music arranger and accompanist for the Elsa Heilich School of Dancing in Elizabeth. She was a member of the Associated Music Teacher's League of New York, the Piano Teacher's Congress of New York, the Music Educator's Association of New Jersey, the Emmaus Chapter Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 183 in Linden, and the Colonel Henry Rutgers Society, North Brunswick. She earned a degree from Rutgers University and was a 1930 graduate of Julliard School of Music. Mrs. Mason was born in Elizabeth and lived in Hillside before moving to Middletown in 1993. Her husband, Robert M., died in 1957. Surviving is a brother, Dr. J. Edward Strieker, Red Bank. August F. Schmidt Memorial Funeral Home, Elizabeth, is in charge of arrangements. DUTHAL SANDERS, 74, Naples, Fla., formerly OCEAN GROVE, died March 22 at Naples Community Hospital. Known as "Sandy," Mr. Sanders was employed by the Collier County (Fla.) Board of Commissioners. Prior to that, he worked for Fischer Bread Co. in Neptune. He was a World War II Navy veteran, and a member of Ocean Grove Methodist Church. He was born in Silver Creek, Miss., and lived in Ocean Grove before moving to Florida 20 years ago. Surviving are his wife of 50 years, Ruth Hannah Sanders; three daughters, Norma Davis and Peggy Dorn-busch of Naples, and Betsy Perry, Homestead, Fla.; two brothers, Paul and Frank of Mississippi; and two grandchildren. Beachwood Society, Naples, handled arrangements. ALFRED E. ZINK, 85, MIDDLE-TOWN TOWNSHIP, died Thursday at Arnold Walter Nursing Home, Holmdel Township. He was a machinist with E.I. DuPont in Sayreville, re- gious beliefs of the Freemen, described as deeply held, would encourage them to end the 12-day standoff during Christianity's holiest weekend. "Nobody's suggesting that there's some big breakthrough," Mazurek said. "We're just hopeful, given the time of the year and the importance of Easter to those people, that maybe it would provide an opportunity." . The Freemen drove to the site first in the mobile home and a white Chevrolet Suburban. The negotiating team arrived about 20 minutes later in a muddy green Suburban. The two sides shook hands, then milled around outside the recreational vehicle for a few minutes before going inside. They remained inside for about an hour, stepped outside for some fresh air, then returned inside for another hour. The FBI has had little to say about the standofiVbn the windswept plains t Craig Crenshaw Sr. chief Army scientist MC CLEAN, VA. Craig M. Crenshaw Sr., a retired physicist and former chief scientist of the Army Material Command, died of a heart attack March 22 at his home. He was 79. A long-time Red Bank resident, Mr. Crenshaw was an elder of the Chesterbrook Presbyterian Church in Falls Church, Va., and the founder of the Family Respite Center, an Alzheimer's support group. Born in Chinkyiang, China, he was raised in Huntington, W. Va. He graduated with honors in 1937 from Southwestern at Memphis (now Rhodes College), and received a doctorate in physics from New York University in 1942. Mr. Crenshaw began his career as a civilian scientist with the Army Signal Corps at Fort Monmouth in 1942, and moved to McClean in 1957 when he became chief scientist for research and development for the Signal Corps. He was named chief scientist of the Army Material Command in 1962, a post he held until his retirement in 1974. Mr. Crenshaw specialized in acoustic detection, and worked as a trouble shooter on several atomic projects. He was awarded the Army's Exceptional Civilian Service Award in 1958, and Meritorious Civilian Service Awards in 1959 and 1974. tiring in 1972. Mr. Zink was born in Stuttgart, Germany, and came to Monmouth County 19 years ago. He lived in Keyport, Holmdel, and Marlboro Township, before moving to Middletown last year. His wife, Charlotte F. Zink, died in 1967. Surviving are a daughter, Marilyn Bruce, Holmdel; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Holmdel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. PEARL WENZEL POTTS, 83, SOUTH AMBOY, died yesterday at home. She was a. member of the Catholic Daughters of America, Court Sancta Maria 382, a charter member of the President Park Fire Department Auxiliary, and a member of the D.D.D. Bridge Club. She was a member of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, South Amboy, and its Senior Citizens Club, and the South Amboy Senior Citizens Club. She was born in Lawrenceville, Lawrence Township, and lived in South Amboy for 62 years. Her husband, Gus, died in 1984. Surviving are two sons, Thomas, Holmdel Township, and Donald, Oxnard, Calif.; two daughters, Linda Isabel, Verona, and Rita Wheelqr, San Antonio, Texas; and seven grandchildren. Kurzaw Funeral Home, South Amboy, is in charge of arrangements. NICHOLAS IANNELLI, 83, Holiday City, TOMS RIVER, died Thursday at Community Medical Center, Toms River. He was a tailor for 20 years with the U.S. Naval Uniform Shop in Brooklyn, retiring in 1979. He was a member of the Holiday City Homeowners Association, and the Toms River Italian-American Club. Mr. lan-nelli was born in Spinosa, Italy, and lived in Brooklyn before moving to Holiday City nine years ago. Surviving are his wife of 57 years, Maria Solimando Iannelli; two sons, Rocco, Freehold, and Nicholas Jr., Neptune; and a sister, Madeline Gabriel, Staten Island. Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. of eastern Montana. The FBI has a direct phone line to the 960-acre farm where the fugitive Freemen are holed up. The talks have been the only sign of a crack in the standoff that began March 25 after federal agents arrested two Freemen leaders, LeRoy Schweitzer, 57, and Daniel Petersen, 53. A third Freeman, Richard E. Clark, surrendered to FBI agents Saturday. The Freemen renounced all established authority, set up their own government, issued millions of dollars in bogus checks and threatened to kill those who stand in their way, authorities said. Neighbors have said the Freemen have stockpiled weapons and enough food and supplies to last months. About 22 men, women and children are believed 1 1 be barricaded on the farm. T Mr. Crenshaw retired from government service to care for his wife, Florence Wade Crenshaw, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease. He served a president and director of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, which made him its Special Man of the Year in 1988, and was a member of the board of directors of the National Alzheimer's Association. In conjunction with Chester-brook Presbyterian Church, he helped found the Family Respite Center, a daytime senior care facility. He also served as a member and chair of the Fairfax County !" Commission on Aging, and was awarded for his dedicated service by the commission and received the 1993 Rotary Club Senior Citizen Service Award. He was a lifetime member of the U.S. Chess Federation and developed refinements in the pairing system used in the national championships. His wife died in 1978. Surviving are three sons, Craig M. Jr., David S., and William C, all of Virginia; a daughter, F. Elizabeth Farrell of California; a brother John S.; a sister, Anna Lopez, and eight grandchildren. JAMES W. WARD, Leisure Village West, LAKEHURST, died yesterday at Crestwood Manor Nursing Home, Manchester Township. He worked at Prudential Insurance Co. in Newark for 15 years, and in the Minneapolis office for 16 years, retiring as associate general manager. He was a World War II Army veteran. He was a New York University graduate, a communicant of Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, Beach Haven, where he served as treasurer for several years, and a member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Whiting. He belonged to the Sextant Lodge 286, Beach Haven, the Scottish Rite, Minneapolis, the Leisure Village West Square Club, and the Kiwanis Club. Mr. Ward was born in in East Orange and lived in Minnesota and in Red Bank before moving to Leisure Village West. Surviving are his wife, Jane Powers Ward; two daughters, Linda W. Moran, Minneapolis, and Suellen Ward-Copenhaven, Tarrytown, N.Y.; four sisters, Ruth Carter, Venice, Fla., Myrtle Hardy, New Jersey, Evelyn Heroy, Wildwood, Fla., and Doris Mardfin, Hilton Head Island, S.C.; and four grandchildren. Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Lakehurst, is in charge of arrangements. ' ; IN MEMORIAM In sad & loving memory of KATHLEEN WILLIAMS who departed this life 1 year ago this day April 6, 1995 A year has passed since you left us, not a day goes by without your name being mentioned. We miss and love you. You will always be in our hearts forever. Sadly missed by Your Loving Children & Grandchildren Annual Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 AM April 7, 1996 Monmouth Memorial Park Hwy. 33, Neptune, NJ Resurrection Message by Peter Bartlett Christian Book Publishing Sponsored by 5th Ave. Chapel, Belmar, NJ. l1 m if II

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