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A26 Asbury Park Press Sunday, Oct. Deaths Barnshaw, Russell K. Eatontown Brown, Reglna J. Manalapan Township Castelll, Stephen L ftw Township Comins, Helen Anthony Ocean Township DeRose, Frank A. Manchester Township DeSantlS. Salvatore Toms River EwasKlew, James Manchester Township Foley, Ellen E. Jensen Beach, Fla. Fraley, John Sam Wall Township Frenchman, Peggy Palm Beach County, Fla. Gardner, Margaret F. Red Bank Cough, Lulu M. Richards Hazlet Township Hlnes, Robert G. Brick Township Latham, Elizabeth J. Lakewood Uao, Tung-Mel Roswetl. Ga. Malnosky. Pauline Manchester Township McKenna, Anne Denver Ohl, William F. Jr. Brick Township O'Meara, Phyllis F. Fredetlckson Long Beach Township PadukOW, Sergey Toms River Palluzzi, Robert Point Pleasant Ptgnatura, Geraldlne C. Percell Berkeley Township Potter, Margaret Romeo Asbury Park Sanderson, Lillian Ocean Grove Tucker, Willie B. Neptune WolCOtt, Fred W. Wall Township Wollenhaupt, George V. Manchester Township YOOS, James Middletown Township I I RUSSELL K. BARNSHAW, 72, of EATONTOWN, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holm-del Township. He was a federal government employee for 20 years until retiring in 1987. He was a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars, and a member of the Army Horse Calvary. He was a member of the National Rifle Association and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Neptune. He was born in Chester, Pa., and lived in Eatontown for many years. Surviving are his wife, Hae Suk Barnshaw; a son, William Barnshaw, and a daughter, Mary Webb, both of Eaton-town; a brother, William M. Barnshaw, Chester, Pa., and seven grandchildren. Braun Funeral Home, Eatontown, is in charge of arrangements. REGINA J. BROWN, 74, of MANALAPAN TOWNSHIP, died Friday at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township. Mrs. Brown was a Tommunicant of St. Thomas More R.C. Church, Manalapan. She was born in Brooklyn and lived there before moving to Manalapan 27 years ago. j Surviving are her husband, Albert J. iBrown; two sons, Albert J. Brown Jr., 'Brooklyn, and Robert Brown, Lincroft, jMiddletown Township; two daughters, ;Regina Valenti, Howell Township, and .Maryanne Kennedy, Manalapan Town-jship; two sisters, Veronica Ryan, and 'Bernadette Kenovan, both of Brooklyn, and 10 grandchildren. Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold, is in jcharge of arrangements. HELEN ANTHONY COMINS, of jOakhurst, OCEAN TOWNSHIP, (died yesterday at Monmouth Medical i Center, Long Branch. She was born in iCanonsburg, Pa., and lived in Oakhurst Uor two years. 5 Surviving are her husband, Herbert J. Comins; three brothers, Dr. William (Anthony, Nags Head, N.C.; John An Services ftARNSHAW Russell K. of Eatontown on Oct 23. t 1993. Husband of Hae Suk. Father of William I Barnshaw and Mary Webb. Brother of William I Barnshaw. Grandfather of seven. Visitation Mon- i day, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Braun Funeral ! Home. 106 Broad St.. Eatontown. Funeral ser- ' vice Tuesday 10 a m. at the funeral home. BURT Louise Burke, 83, of Fair Haven on Oct. , 20, 1993. Wife of the late George F. Burt and daughter of the late Russell Ely Burke. Survived ' by sons David E , John B and Frederick K. Burt. I Also survived by nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral service Monday, OCX. 23. XI a m. at St, George s by the River 1 Episcopal Church. Rumson. Interment Fair View Cemetery. Middletown. Those wishing to, may i make donations to Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. COMINS Helen A., of Oakhurst, on Oct. 23. : 1993. Wife of Herbert J. Sister of John, Andrew. , Dr. William, and Mary Anthony. Funeral service private. Interment Monmouth Memorial Park, ( Tmton Falls. Worden-Hoidal Funeral Home, Oak- hurst, is in charge of arrangements. GARDNER Margaret F., 81, of Red Bank, on Oct. 21. 1993 at Red Bank. Funeral service Wednesday. Oct. 27 at 11 30 a m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 65 West Front St., Red Bank. Friends may call at the Adams Memorial Home, 310 ? Broad St., Red Bank, Tuesday evening 7-9 p.m. In heu of flowers, contributions to Trinity Episco- ml rh,i.f.k o . a i. u ; . . i appreciated. HIGINBOTHAM Alice D. of Asbury Park on Oct. 21. 1993. Wife of the late Walter Higmbotham. Beloved mother of W. John Higinbofnam, Alice Nungesser. Janice Carpentier, Marilyn Tomamo, Kathryn Harrington and the late Gerald W. Higin-botham. Loving grandmother of 18 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the Buckley Funeral Home, 509 Second Ave., Asbury Park, on Mon., Oct. 25, 9 30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church at 10 a m lntrmnt St. Catharine' Cemetery, Wall. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 2-4 ana 7-9 p.m. In lieu of t nowers. piease mane aonaxions to noiy spirit , Church Restoration Fundti Asbury Park. PADUKOW Sergey A I. A. of Toms River on Fn . Oct. 22. 1993, age 70. Beloved husband of i Gerda (Richter). Devoted father of Andrey Padu-i kow and Marina O'Brien Loving grandfather of t three grandchildren. Relatives and friends are 4 respectfully invited to attend the funeral service ; on Tues., Oct. 26 at 1 p m. at the St. Vladimir ! Russion Memorial Church. Jackson. Interment 1 St. Vladimir's Cemetery. Jackson. Panakhtda service Mon.. Oct. 25 at 6 30 p.m. in church. ' Visiting In church. 5:30-6 30 p.m. prior to ser- vice. For those desiring, donations may be made i to the Slovak Brotherhood of Russ. 610 Main St , Toms River, NJ 08753. Arrangements are by i DeBow-Leber Funeral Home. 150 W. Veterans i Hwy. Jackson. ' PALLUZZI Robert, age 41, of Point Pleasant, on Oct 23, 1993. Beloved son of Mrs. Anna Palluzzi. Devoted father to Sarah Loving brother to Fred ) Palluzzi Funeral Mass will be offered on Tuesday Oct. 26. at 10 a m at St. Martha's R C. 8hurch, Point Pleasant. Burial following at St. athanne'S Cemetery, Wall. Visitation will be on . Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Colonial Funeral Home. 2170 Route 88. Brick. PIGNATORA Geraldme C. (nee Percell) age 65, of Holiday City Carefree Berkeley Twp formerly of Newark and Nut ley, died on Friday Wife of the Ste Sm Sister of the late Charles. Aunt of Ga Verii Dons McCauley and William C. Percell. Also survived by several great-nieces and neph- ews Relatives and friends are respectfully invit- ed tojmend the funeral on Tuesday a .9 30 a rrv tromfne Qu.nn-Hoppmg fwrBi momm, 26 Mule Rd.. Toms River, thence to St. Maximilian Kolbe RC. Church at 1030 am. where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered. Visitation Mon-dav. and 7-9 p.m. , 24, 1993 thony and Andrew Anthony, and a sister, Mary Comins, all Canonsburg. Worden-Hoidal Funeral Home, Oakhurst, is in charge of arrangements. ELLEN E. FOLEY, 74, of Jensen Beach, Fla., formerly of FREEHOLD, died yesterday at home. She was born in Germany and lived in Freehold before moving to Florida five years ago. Surviving are a daughter, Marlies Greuel, Germany; a brother, Norbert Schygulla, Germany, and two sisters, Edeltrout Valder and Hildegard Neumann, both of Germany. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach, is in charge of arrangements. JOHN SAM FRALEY, 73, of WALL TOWNSHIP, died Thursday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. He was a roofer at Philips Roofing Co., Wanamassa, Ocean Township, for 10 years, retiring in 1985. He was the founder of the Dawn Patrol Golf Club, Belmar, and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1333, Asbury Park. Mr. Fraley was born in Newark and lived in Neptune City for 36 years before moving to Wall in 1983. His daughter, Marion Lee Fraley, died in 1988. Surviving are his wife, Muriel Fraley; two sons, John S. Fraley, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Leo Robert Fraley, Wall; two daughters, Doris J. Gregor, and Patricia A. Cu-sack, both of Wall; a brother, Thomas R. Fraley, Port Monmouth, Middle-town Township; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Francioni, Taylor, & Lopez Funeral Home, Neptune, is in charge of arrangements. PEGGY FRENCHMAN, 75, of Palm Beach County, Fla., formerly of HAZLET TOWNSHIP, died Oct. 24 at home. She was a former member of the East Keansburg First Aid Squad. She was a member of the Senior Citizens of Palm Beach County, Fla. She was born in Keyport and lived in East Keansburg and Hazlet before moving to Florida 14 years ago. Her husband, Allan F. Frenchman Sr., died in 1972. Surviving are a son, Allan H. Frenchman Jr., Palm Beach County, Fla.; two daughters, Louise Frenchman and Peggy Stringer, both Aberdeen Township; a brother, Raymond Dolan, Union Beach; six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Bedle Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. MARGARET F. GARDNER, 81, of RED BANK, died Thursday at River-view Extended Care Residence, Red Bank. She was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church of Red Bank. She was born in Philadelphia and was a lifelong Red Bank resident. Her first husband, William H. Egolf, died in 1967. Surviving are her second husband, Otis A. Gardner; a son, William Egolf, Priest River, Idaho; a daughter, Nancy Smith, Denver,and three grandchildren. Adams Memorial Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. LULU M. RICHARDS GOUGH, 66, of HAZLET TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at home. She was a communicant of Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Union Beach. She was born in Jersey City and lived in Hazlet for 32 years. Her husband, John J. Gough, died in 1981. Surviving are three sons, John J. Gough Jr. and Eugene A. Gough, both Hazlet, and Thomas E. Gough, POTTER Margaret Romeo, age 51, of Asbury Park on Friday. Oct 22, 1993. Beloved daughter of Thelma Romeo. Devoted sister of Patricia Weaver. Dear friend of Alphonse Lankone. Loving Aunt to Craig and Mark weaver. Dear godmother of Shane Johnson. Funeral from the Buckley Funeral Home, 509 2nd Ave., Asbury Park, on Tues.. Oct 26 at 9 30 a m. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Entombment Mount Calvary Mausoleum, Neptune. Friends may call at the funeral home Mon.. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Flowers or donations to Jersey Shore Hospice or Jersey Shore Medical Center for Cancer Therapy would be appreciat-ed. SANDERSON Funeral services for Lillian Y. Sanderson, 86, of Ocean Grove, formerly of South Orange, who died Oct. 23. 1993, will be held at the Ocean Grove Memorial Home. 118 Main Avenue on Tues. morn., Oct. 26th at 11:00 with burial following at the Hollywood Memorial Park. Union. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 Eastern Star services by Ocean Chapter 214 on Monday evening. In lieu of flowers, a contribution to the Friendship Food program co St. Paul's United Methodist Church, NY and Embury Avev, Ocean Grove 07756 would be appreciated. To listen to a detailed recorded obituary, please dial 922-3132 and use ID Number 9363. WOLCOTT Fred William, age 27. of Wall Township on Oct 23. 1993 Son ot Joan B Brother of Frank C- and Stephen H. Wolcott, Colleen M. Roses and Mane D. techenor. Uncle ot John A. and Mtchael J. Roses. Funeral service Tues.. Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. at the Ely Funeral Home, 3316 Route 33, Neptune, the Rev. James Loveiand officiating followed by interment at Monmouth Memorial Park. Visiting hours at the funeral home Monday. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. YOOS James. 68. of Middletown Township on Oct. 22. 1993. Beloved husband ot Christine (nee Szuba). Loving father of Patricia. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend s memorial service Tues.. Oct. 26 at the John F. Pfleger Funeral Home. 11$ Tindall Rd., Middle-town. N.J. at 8 p.m Memorial donations may be made to nature conservance. MELVIN Margaret of Fort Lee on Wednesday. Oct 20. Beloved wife ot the late Thomas P. Melvin. Devoted mother ot Margaret Wilkin and Thomas F. Melvin. Dear grandmother of two grandchildren and one great-grandchildren. Funeral Monday 9 a m. from the volk-Leber Funeral Home of Bogota. 101 East Main St Then to St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church tor a Mass of Christian burial at 9.30am. Interment following at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Valhalla. N Y. Visitation Saturday and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. IN MEMORIAM COVERT Adeline. When you left this earth to place I'm not allowed. Nan it left me feeling desolate & comfortless without you. When you disappeared to a grander abode. Nan it left me feeling lonely A helpless without you. When you vanished to a eternal blessedness, Nan It left me feeling devastated & overwhelmed without you. When will the ache fade away from deep within my heart? Nan I will always v you, my lite wiH never be the same without you. Love. Chris Obituaries For service times and other details, see Services listing Sergey Padukow, at 70; architect, rights activist SERGEY PADUKOW, 70, a TOMS RIVER architect known for his church designs and volunteer work on human rights issues, died Friday morning at Thomas Jefferson Medical Center, Philadelphia, after a brief illness. Mr. Padukow founded the United States section of the International Society for Human Rights in 1983, and his Main Street architectural office did double duty as a clearinghouse for letter-writing and public relations campaigns aimed at freeing political prisoners and Padukow exposing government abuses worldwide. Mr. Padukow was born in Brest, in what is now Russia but was then part of Poland in 1922. In 1940 he left the city, seeking to escape the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland, which had been split between invading Russian and German armies at the beginning of World War II. In a 1989 interview, Mr. Padukow said his 25-year-old brother, Arkdy, was murdered by the Soviet secret police because he had been a lieutenant in the Polish Army and leader of a student group. Mr. Padukow said he fled across the frontier but was arrested by Nazi German authorities and sent to forced labor for several years. Following the end of the war in 1945, he studied architecture at the University of Karlsrouhe in Germany, and graduated with a master's degree in architecture in 1950. He worked in Frankfurt for several years before being allowed to emigrate to the United States, as a "displaced person," in 1954. Mr. Padukow joined his parents, who had emigrated earlier from Europe to settle in Howell Township, and he obtained his U.S. architecture certification from Princeton University. In 1960 he opened his own office in Toms River. -r Over the years he designed more than 2,000 houses, schools, shopping centers and churches. Houses of worship became a specialty for California; two brothers, Thomas Richards and George Richards, both North Carolina, and a sister, Rose Brady, Hazlet. Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. TUNG-MEI LIAO, 76, of Roswell, Ga., whose son lives in FAIR HAVEN, died Sept. 12 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Atlanta. She taught Chinese cuisine and was a professor of Japanese flower arranging. She was a graduate of Southwest Associated University, Kunming, China. She was past president of the Philadelphia Chapter of Ikebana International. Mrs. Liao was born in Fuchow, China, and came to the United States in 1944 and lived in Philadelphia before moving to Roswell eight years ago. She was predeceased by her husband, Tseng-Wu. Surviving are two sons, Paul, Fair Haven, and Peter, New York; a daughter, Cynthia Porter, Marietta, Ga., and four grandchildren. Roswell Funeral Home, Roswell, is in charge of arrangements. ANNE MC KENNA, 88, of Denver, formerly of MATAWAN, died Friday at St. Anthony's Hospice, Denver. She was a former communicant of St. Benedict's Roman Catholic Church, Holm-del Township. She was born in Toronto, Canada, and lived in Matawan until moving to Colorado 10 years ago. Her husband, Harold McKenna, died in 1953. Surviving are two sons, John McKenna and Harold McKenna, both Matawan; a daughter, Antoinette McKenna, Denver; sue grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Bedle Funeral Home, Matawan, is in charge of arrangements. MARGARET ROMEO POTTER, 51, of ASBURY PARK, died of lung cancer Friday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was a hairdresser and beautician for 30 years. She owned Romeo's Landing, Asbury Park, for the last 15 years. She was co-owner and co-founder of Upstage Club, Asbury Park. She was past president of the Society of Associated Per- formers (SOAP). She was a guitarist, and vocalist with several local bands and a member of the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce. She was a 1960 St. Rose High School graduate. She was a lifelong Asbury Park resident. Mr. Padukow, who designed about 50 for various denominations using traditional and modern themes. He designed the reconstruction of the Russian Orthodox Church in Sitka, Alaska, that was destroyed in the catastrophic 1964 earthquake. Considered perhaps the oldest Orthodox church site in North America, the rebuilt church is a National Historic Site. Other desips by Mr. Padukow include St. VTadmir's Church in Jackson Township, and the Greek Orthodox churches, St. Barbara in Dover Township, and Kimisis Tis Theotokou in Holmdel Township. In 1982 he semi-retired from full-time architectural design work. A year later his European connections, and his own experience as a prisoner during the war, resulted in him organizing the U.S. chapter of the International Society for Human Rights. The Frankfurt-based society has 23 national chapters, and reached a peak of activity in the late 1970s and 1980s. Much of its work then focused on helping dissidents in the former Soviet Union. The ISHR also hosted people from Africa and Asia who came to the United States seeking public recognition of government abuses in their homelands. Mr. Padukow also was a volunteer observer to El Salvador's first elections as the Central American nation emerged from its civil war. He helped a former Russian prisoner send his nearly blind mother from Russia to this country for a free cataract operation by Mr. Pa-dukow's Lakewood opthalmologist. Earlier this year he organized humanitarian shipments of food and clothing, collected by area churches, to be sent to the needy in Russia. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects. He attended St. Vladimir's Russian Memorial Church, Jackson Township. Surviving are his wife, Gerda Richter Padukow, a son, Andre Padukow, Toms River; a daughter, Marina O'Brien, Oldwick, Tewk-sbury Township, and three grandchildren. DeBow-Leber Funeral Home at Veterans, Jackson Township, is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are her mother, Thelma Romeo, Asbury Park; a sister, Patricia Weaver, Interlaken, and a friend, Al-phose Lankone, Long Branch. Buckley Funeral Home, Asbury Park, is in charge of arrangements. LILLIAN SANDERSON, 86, of OCEAN GROVE, died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. Mrs. Sanderson was a member of the Presbyterian Church on the Hill, Ocean Township, and a member of the former Ocean Grove Chapter 170, now Ocean Chapter 214, Belmar, Order of the Eastern Star. She was active with the Senior Citizens of Neptune Township and the Home League of the Salvation Army, Asbury Park. She was born in County Cavan, Ireland, and came to America in 1928 living in South Orange for more than 47 years before coming to Ocean Grove 16 years ago. Her husband, William, died in 1986. Surviving are a son, Robert W. Sanderson, Westfield; a daughter, Joan E. Fischer, Lavallette; five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Ocean Grove Memorial Home, Ocean Grove, is in charge of arrangements. ; WILLIE B. TUCKER, 68, of NEPTUNE, died Friday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. He was a construction laborer. He was a former member of the St. Steven's AME Zion Church, Asbury Park, and was a former member of Mt. Pisgah Masonic Lodge 48, Prince Hall Affiliation, Asbury Park. He was born in Fort Valley, Ga., and had been a Shore area resident for 51 years. Surviving are his wife, Minnie Orr Tucker; two sons, Kenneth G. Tucker, Old Bridge, and Keith 0. Tucker, Hackensack, and three grandchildren. Edward E. Jackson Funeral Home, Neptune, is in charge of arrangements. FRED W. WOLCOTT, 27, of WALL TOWNSHIP, died yesterday as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was an apprentice electrician, working for Robert Bonnin, Ocean Township. He was born in Neptune and attended Central Jersey Christian Academy, Wall Township, j Surviving are his mother, Joan B. Wolcott, Neptune; two brothers, Frank C. Wolcott, Ocean Grove, and Stephen H. Wolcott, West Belmar, Wall; two sisters, Colleen C. Roses, Brick Township, and Marie D. Tiche-nor, Union. Ely Funeral Home, Neptune, is in charge of arrangements. JAMES YOOS, 68, of MIDDLE-TOWN TOWNSHIP, died Friday at the Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital, Cape May Courthouse. He was a chemical engineer for Exxon, Linden, for 34 years until retiring in 1982. He was past president of the Annuitant Club of Navesink. He was a Navy World War II and Korean War veteran and a member of the Navy Reserve until retiring in 1985. He was a member of Veterans of Foreip Wars Post 2179, Port Monmouth, Middletown, and was president for five years of the N J. Waterfowlers Association. He was born in Elizabeth and lived in Middle-town for 36 years. Surviving are his wife, Christine Szuba Yoos, and a daughter, Patricia Yoos, East Falmouth, Mass. John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, Middletown, is in charge of arrangements. STEPHEN L CASTELLI, 81, of DOVER TOWNSHIP, died Friday at home. He had been a truck driver for Arrowcarrier Corp. of East Rutherford for 24 years until retiring. He was a past member of the Paterson Elks Lodge 1281. He was born in Brooklyn and lived in Paterson before moving to Toms River in 1984. Surviving are his wife, Rita Marzo-rati Castelli; a son, Steven J. Castelli, and a daughter, Janet A. Castelli, both Toms River; three sisters, Georgina Anselmi, Toms River; Rose McEnery, Suffern, N.Y., and Adele Amore, Brooklyn. Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. FRANK A. DE ROSE, 75, of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, died yesterday at home. He worked for the A&P as a produce manager in various stores for 40 years until retiring 1980. He was a member of the Italian and American Social Club of Toms River. He was a communicant of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Toms River. He was an Army World War II veteran. He was born in Plainfield and lived in Toms River before moving to Manchester in 1983. Surviving are his wife, Doris Wun-derlick DeRose; three brothers, Joseph DeRose, Florida; Clemente De- Rose, and Louis DeRose, both South Plainfield, and a sister, Mary DeRose, Plainfield. Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, Lakehurst, is in charge of arrangements. SALVATORE DE SANTIS, 68, of TOMS RIVER, died Friday at Community Medical Center, Toms River. He was known as "Sam" and was a batch maker for Chris Industries, Far-mingdale, for 12 years until retiring in 1990. He was a World War II veteran. He was born in Newark and lived in Brick Township until moving to Toms River a year ago. Surviving are his wife, Mary Ann Rafanello DeSantis; three sons, Mark DeSantis, Toms River; Gregory DeSantis, Lakewood, and Victor DeSantis, Denton, Texas; two daughters, JoAnn Kosowski, Toms River, and Salee Ann Rojas, Brick; three brothers, James DeSantis, Hazlet Township; Lawrence DeSantis, Newark, and Albert DeSantis, South Carolina; two sisters, Jean Cubberly, Lakehurst, and Lena Gross, Toms River, and three grandchildren. Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. JAMES EWASKIEW, 82, of the Whiting section of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, died Friday at Community Medical Center, Toms River. He was a chet tor Western tlectnc-AT&T, Kearny, for 42 years until retiring in 1971. He was a communicant of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Whiting. He was born in Newark and lived in Kearny until moving to Whiting in 1972. Surviving are his wife, Helen Ad-amczyk Ewaskiew; a son, Albert J. Ewaskiew, Marietta, Ga.;four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Manchester Memorial Funeral Home, Whiting, is in charge of arrangements. ROBERT G. HINES, 74, of BRICK TOWNSHIP, died Friday at home. He had been an administrator for Aluminum Company of America, Edison Township, for 25 years until retiring in 1973. He was a World War II Army veteran receiving five battle stars for participating in the D-Day Assault Landing on Omaha Beach in Normandy and subsequent European campaigns. He was a member of Elks Lodge 2151, Brick. He was born in Perth Amboy and lived in Middletown Township until moving to Brick 10 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Wanda Per-lowski Hines; two sons, Robert Hines, Orange Park, Fla., and James Hines, Lincroft, Middletown; a daughter, Eileen Hosking, Gales Ferry, Conn.; one sister, Loretta Clkkner, Deerfield Beach, Fla.; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Weather- head Young Funeral Home, Brick, is in charge of arrangements. " l ELIZABETH J. LATHAM, 88, of LAKEWOOD, died yesterday; at Brick Hospital, Brick TownshipShe was born in Berwick, Pa., and lived in Bloomfield before moving to Lake wood five years ago. i"-' Her husband, George Latham, died in 1988. Surviving is a sister, Marie Finn, Lakewood. D'Elia Funeral" Home, Lakewood, is in charge of arrangements. i a PAULINE MALNOSKY, 101, of Whiting, MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, died Friday at Kimball Medical Center, Lakewood. She was a former communicant of Our Lady of Peace Roman Catholic Church, Fords, Wood-' bridge Township. She was a commit nicant of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Whiting. She was born in Poland and came to America in 1909. She lived in Hopelawn and Fords before moving to Whiting ' irt 1983. "' Her husband, Anton Malnosky, died in 1925. Surviving are a son, Jhe-j odore Malinowski, Vienna, Va., and a daughter, Janet Fischer, Whiting; three grandchildren; five great-grand-; children, and three great-great-grand-; children. Manchester Memorial Funeral Home, Whiting, is in charge of arrangements. i PHYLLIS F. FREDERICKSON O'MEARA, 71, of Beach Haven teri race, LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP, and North Palm Beach, Fla., died'yes-j terday at her Florida home. She vas a communicant of St. Francis of Assist Roman Catholic Church, Brant BeachJ Long Beach. She was a World War II Marine veteran. She was born in We-thersfield, Conn, and lived in Glei) Ridge and North Caldwell becoming a summer resident of Beach Haven Tert race in 1948 and full-time resident since 1990. w Surviving are her husband, John O'Meara; two daughters, Karen) O'Connell, Perrineville, Millstone Township, and Capt. Jacqueline Allison, Washington, D.C.; five sisters! Jean Barrett, Beach Haven; Elizabeth Lobdell, Louisville, Ky.; Grace Johnj-son, Hawley, Pa.; Marjorie Brotenj Rumson, and Ottolee Palmer, Stuart, Fla., and three grandchildren. Bugbeel-Riggs Funeral Home, Ship Bottom, is in charge of arrangements. "- I WILLIAM F. OHL JR., 93, BRICK TOWNSHIP, died Friday at Laurelton Village Nursing Home, Brick. He had been an officer with the Home Insurance Co., New York, for 47 years until retiring in 1968f,He was born in New Milford and livd in Brick for 24 years. - .;.! .. Surviving are his wife, Muriel Grosz Ohl; a son, Arthur Ohl, S. Euclid, phio; a sister, Elaine Boesenberg, Hampton Bays, N.Y., and two grandsons. Weatherhead Young Funeral Home, Brick, is in charge of arrangements, ROBERT PALLUZZI, 4V of POINT PLEASANT, died yesterday at Kimball Medical Center, Lakewood. He was a commercial fisherman aboard the scallop boat, Jennifer Lee, Barnegat Township, for 10 years' until retiring in January. He was born in Kr-vington and lived in Newark unti' moving to Point Pleasant 29 years ago. '' Surviving are his daughter, Sarah Palluzzi, Normandy Beach, Dover Township; his mother, Anna Palluzzi, at home, and his brother, Fred Palluzzi, Brick Township. Colonial Tu-neral Home, Brick, is in charge ofar,-rangements. J GERALDINEC. PERCELL ; PIGNATORA, 65, of Holiday-City Carefree, BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, died Friday at home. She workeid for Hoffman LaRoche Pharmaceutical Cot, Nutley, for 20 years as an inventory accountant until retiring in 19855 Shfe was a communicant of St. Maximiliaji Kolbe Roman Catholic Church, Berkeley. She was a member of the Holiday City Carefree Women's Club, the Americans of Italian Heritage Social Club of Toms River, and the Rochje Retiree Club. She was born in Ea$t Orange and lived in Newark anoVNut-ley before moving to Berkeley 15 years ago. Her husband, William Pignatori, died in 1982. Surviving arer twb nieces, Gail Verzi and Doris McCatJ-ley, a nephew, William C. Percell and several great-nieces and nephews. Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, Toris River, is in charge of arrangements. ! GEORGE V. WOLLENHAUPT, 92, of the Whiting section of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, died Wednesday at Crestwood Manor Nursing Home, Whiting. He was an insurance adjuster for many years for several insurance carriers in New York before retirirtg in 1975. He was a member of tlje Community Reformed Church, Whiting. He was born in Germany and came to America in 1903 living Jn Brooklyn until moving to Crestwoid Village in 1976. His wife, Margaret Waddle Wollenhaupt, died in 1985. Surviving are hjs brother-in-law, John Waddle, WJikirig and several nieces, nephews, ana cousins. Manchester Memorial Fun&kl Home, Whiting, is in charge st ir-rangements.

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