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Asbury Park Press Tuesday, September 28, 1993 DEATHS This is a complete list of obitu- Hermanson, Signe E. Lithen, 90, aries the Asbury Park Press re- Berkeley Township ceived for today. Some obituar- Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, may appear in 1 this Toms River Hillman, Diane 46, Toms River edition. Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, Toms River Alello, Rocco 68, Pine Beach Keuper, Vincent 91, Long Branch Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River Braun Funeral Home, Eatontown Anderson, Mildred 82, Oceanport Krakoff, Jack, 80, Leisure Village West, Flock Funeral Home, Long Branch Manchester Township Baldwin, Theodore 80, Palm Coast, Belkoff Jewish Memorial Chapel, Lakewood Fla.

Wood Funeral Home, Tuckerton Landosky, Eva, 85, Toms River Brown, J. Clark, 83, Brick Township Kedz Funeral Home, Toms River Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, Linzmayer, Grace A. Ingles, 88, Toms River Lavallette Celentano, Ralph 85, Brick Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, Township Lavallette Weatherhead Young Funeral Home, McGrath, Elleen, 70, Dover Township Brick Funeral Home, Toms River Connolly, Sylvester, 86, Red Bank Nelson, Robert 72, Middletown Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, Seaside Park Township Conti, Michael Antonio, 30, Howell Middletown Township John F.

Pfleger Funeral Home, Township Funeral Home, Phillips, Moses 65, Manasquan Ely Neptune Doyle Funeral Home, Morristown Cook, Nellle, 90, Manalapan Township Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, Puth, Edward Carl 68, Rumson John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank Dougherty, William 86, The Original Romano, Zelda 73, Hollday CIty At Leisure Village, Lakewood D'Elia Funeral Home, Lakewood Berkeley, Berkeley Township Park Timothy E. Ryan Home For Funerals, Faulhaber, Arnold 64, Asbury Funeral Home, Park Toms River Buckley Freese, Matilda, 93, Lakewood SadJa, Larry 28, Morganville, D'Elia Funeral Home, Lakewood Marlboro Township Galeone, Daniel, 77, Whiting, Gutterman Wien At Marlboro of Funeral Home, Marlboro Township Manchester, Memorial Township Funeral Home, Schaffer, Charles 51, Toms River Whiting, Manchester Township Anderson And Campbell Funeral Home, Gant, Evelyn 86, Neptune CIty Toms River Johnson Funeral Home, Wall Township Kay Nolte Smith, Tinton Falls Graham, Beatrice Margaret, 72, Worden-Hoidal Funeral Home, Red Bank Melbourne, Fla. Fountainhead Memorial Home, Palm Thomsen, Raymond 72, Whiting, Bay, Fla. Manchester Township Hannon, Agnes, 92, Asbury Park Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Buckley Funeral Home, Asbury Park Whiting, Manchester Township Lake City, Utah, Arthur, Hudson, MILDRED N.

ANDERSON, 82, of OCEANPORT, died Sunday at home. She was a counselor and advisor with the Association for Retarded Children (ARC), for 50 years, retiring in 1992. She was a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church, Long Branch, and was the organizer of the Joy Makers Bank. Mrs. Anderson was born in Brooklyn and lived in Long Branch before moving to Oceanport.

Her husband, Kenneth, died in 1957. Surviving is a daughter, Judith Anderson, Oceanport. Flock Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in charge of arrangements. SYLVESTER CONNOLLY, 86, of RED BANK, died Thursday at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. He was a clerk at Mutual Benefit Life, Newark, for over 50 years, retiring in 1974.

He was a member of the Nutley Elks Club, the Knights of Columbus St. Mary's Council, Nutley, and the Pelican Club at Mutual Benefit Life. Mr. Connolly was born in Newark and lived in Belleville and Nutley before moving to Red Bank three years ago. Surviving are three sons, John, Salt SERVICES BROWN J.

Clark of Bricktown on September 27, 1993. Beloved husband of Helen A. (nee Turner). Devoted father of Donald G. and Cynthia Noel.

Grandfather of 2 Grandsons. Family will be receiving family and friends Thursday 7-9pm at Christ Episcopal Church, 415 Washington Toms River. Services will be Friday at the Church. In lieu of flowers donations to Christ Episcopal Church would be appreciated. Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, 2482 Church Toms River is in charge of the arrangements.

CONTI Michael A. age 30, of Howell Twp. on Sept. 25, 1993. Son of the late Antonio Loretta.

Husband of Eleanor Father of Michael A. Jr. Brother of Kathleen Lesshafft, Laura Mc guire Consetta Conti. Nephew of Henrietta Pisa. Christian Wake Service Wednesday Sept.

29, at 9am at the Ely Funeral Home, 3316 Hwy 33. Neptune. Visiting hours at the funeral home Tuesday 2-4 7-9pm DeSan Carmine, beloved husband of Lena, dear father of Patrick, Therese Madeline. Dear brother of Phyllis Santa Maria, also survived by 6 grandchildren. Reposing Day Funeral home, 85 Riverside Red Bank.

Viewing Tues. Wed. 2-4 7-9. Funeral Thurs. Mass at St.

Catherine, Holmdel, Interment Holmdel Cemetery. FAULHABER Arnold H. age 64 of Asbury Park on Monday, September 27, 1993. Beloved husband of Marjorie L. Dangler.

Devoted father of Arnold H. Jr. Dear brother of Fred Faulhaber and the late John Faulhaber. Loving grandfather of 1 granddaughter. Funeral from the Buckley Funeral Home, 509 Second Asbury Park on Thursday, September 30 at Mass of Christian burial in Our Lady of Mt.

Carmel R.C. Church, Asbury Park at 10am. Interment Moncall mouth at the Memorial funeral Park, home Tinton Falls. Friends 2-4 may Wednesday 9pm. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the American Cancer Society, Wall, NJ.

GANT Evelyn M. (nee Bryan), 86, of Neptune on Sunday September 26, 1993. Beloved wife of the late John E. Gant. Loving mother of the late Jacqueline Evelyn Gant.

Graveside services Thursday 10am, Glendola Cemetery. No calling hours af funeral home. HANNON Agnes age 92 of Asbury Park on Monday, September 27, 1993. Loving Aunt of several nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held in the Buckley Funeral Home, 509 Second Asbury Park on Wednesday, September 29 at 10am.

Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery, Bronx. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday 9am until the time of the service. KEUPER Vincent T. of West End.

NJ on Sept. 27. 1993. Beloved husband of Barnetta Benoist Higginson. Father of Richard and Joseph; and Stepfather of Robert Higginson Jr.

Brother of Marie Phillips. Grandfather of 2. of 2. No visitation. Funeral services private.

Family wishes only for remembrance in your prayers. NELSON Robert W. of New Monmouth. NJ on Sept. 26, 1993.

Beloved husband of Maura Crawford Nelson. Devoted father of Robert, Stephen, David, Glenn Scott. Grandfather of 5. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral service Wednesday at 10am in the John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, 115 Tindall Middletown, NJ.

Interment Fair View Cemetery, Middletown, NJ. Visiting Tues. 2-4 7-9pm. PUTH Edward Carl Sr. of Rumson, NJ on Sept.

26, 1993. Husband of Lucille (nee Lusk). Father of Edward Carl Charles 0., L. Pamela Bosmans and Dr. Nancy A.

Puth. Son of Eleanor Weismantel. Brother of Wilma Rauson. Grandfather of four. Visitation Wed.

2-4 7-9pm at the John E. Day, Funeral Home, 85 Riverside Red Bank, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial Thurs. 10am at Church of the Nativity, R.C. Church, Fair Haven, NJ.

Memorial donations may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, P.O. Box 188, Oakhurst, NJ 07755. SADJA Larry D. Beloved Husband of Sheryl. Cherished son of Beatrice the late Norman.

Dear brother of Robin (Neal) Feldman. Services Temple Shalom, 5 Ayrmont Lane, Aberdeen, Tuesday 12 noon under the direction of Gutterman-Wien at Marlboro, 501 Rt 79, Morganville. SALEMI Rosaria (nee Tricoli), Belmar, N.J., on Sunday, Sept. 26, 1993. Wife of the late Michelangelo Salemi.

Devoted mother of Antoinette Vitale, Sylvia Vitale, and the Rev. Monsignor Cajetan Salemi of Allendale, N.J. Sister of Angelo Tricoli and Carmine Tricoli, Marianania Trento, and the late Paula Renda. Also survived by five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mass of the Resurrection at Guardian Angel Church, Allendale, N.J., on Sept.

29, 1993 at 8 p.m. Funeral Thursday from the church at 11 a.m. Entombment Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington, N.J. Viewing Wed. at Guardian Angel Church, 1-4, 7-8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations accepted for Jersey Shore Medical Center Hospice. OBITUARIES For service times and other details, see Services listing Kay Nolte Smith, 61, mystery writer TINTON FALLS Kay Nolte Smith, actress, teacher and author of seven novels, several short stories and articles, died Saturday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, of cancer. She was 61. In the theater, she was active in summer stock and off-Broadway plays. With her husband, Phillip, she produced and acted in summer theater productions.

Her novels in include "The Watcher" (1980), for which she won the Edgar Allan Poe Award from Mystery Writers of America. In a 1981 interview, Mrs. Smith said she creates a whole story and its characters based on a single idea. "In fact, there's a very basic idea underlying 'The namely, people's attitude toward giving up what they love, or persevering and fighting for it," she said. The plot of "The Watcher" revolves around a man who either falls or is pushed to his death from a balcony.

In the novel a prosecution witness becomes the defense attorney. "The Watcher" was followed by "Catching Fire" (1982), "Mindspell'" (1983), "Elegy for a Soprano" (1985), "Country of the Heart" (1988), and "Tale of the Wind" (1991). Her final novel, "Venetian is due to be published in England in early 1994 and later in the United States by Villand Books. At the time of her death, she was completing "Brandy's Book: A Tale to Read to Your Cat." Her novels have been translated and read in Europe and Asia as well as in the United States. Mrs.

Smith's articles have appeared in publications including Vogue and Opera News. Her short stories have been repeatedly in- charge of arrangements. BEATRICE MARGARET GRAHAM, 72, of Melbourne, formerly of Oakhurst, OCEAN TOWNSHIP, died Sept. 15 at Holmes Regional Nursing Center, Melbourne. Mrs.

Graham was born in Brooklyn and lived in Oakhurst before moving to Melbourne. Surviving are her husband of 52 years, William a son, William Graham III, Palm Bay, three daughters, Bernadette Graham, and Barbara Paulillo, both of Melbourne Beach, and Beatrice Koch, Altamonte Springs, 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Fountainhead Memorial Home, Palm Bay, is in charge of arrangements. AGNES HANNON, 92, of ASBURY PARK, died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was a clerk at Chubb and Sons New York, for 15 years, retiring in 1966.

She was a communicant of Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, Asbury Park. Ms. Hannon was born in New York and lived in the Bronx for 35 years before moving to Asbury Park 13 years ago. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. Buckley Funeral Home, Asbury Park, is in charge of arrangements.

ROBERT W. NELSON, 72, of MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, died Sunday at Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center, New Brunswick. He served in the British Royal Navy for 17 years during World War II, and was a claims adjuster at Metro Claims, Union, for 30 years. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Middletown. Mr.

Nelson was born in Bangor, Northern Ireland, and came to the United States in 1955. He lived in Long Branch before moving to the New Monmouth section of Middletown in 1962. Surviving are his wife, Maura Crawford Nelson; five sons, Robert, Brooklyn, Stephen, Millstone Township, David, Port Monmouth, Middletown, Glenn, Laurence Harbor, Old Bridge Township, and Scott, New Monmouth; and five grandchildren. John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, Middletown Township, is in charge of arrangements.

MOSES I. PHILLIPS, 65, of MANASQUAN died Sunday at the Lodge Health Care Center, Neptune. He was a courier for the Birdsall Engineering South Belmar, for the past 10 years. He was a World War II Navy veteran, a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1838, Manasquan, Kay Nolte Smith Actress, teacher, author cluded in anthologies. In 1987, her translation of Edmond Rostand's "Chantecler" was published by the University Press of America.

She was a teacher of speech and writing at Brookdale Community College, Middletown Township, and of communication skills at Bell She lectured in many cities including Washington, Atlanta, and New York. Mrs. Smith was born in Minnesota. She lived there and in Wisconsin and New York before moving to Tinton Falls. Surviving are her husband, Phillip professor of speech at Brookdale Community College, Middletown Township; her father, Clifford Nolte, St.

Louis; a brother, Douglas Nolte, St. Louis; and a sister, Judith Nolte Heimer, New York. Worden-Hoidal Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. was born in Morristown and lived in Manasquan for the past 20 yeas. Surviving is a sister, Agnes Sharp, Whippany.

Doyle Funeral Home, Morristown, is in charge of arrangements. EDWARD CARL PUTH 68, of RUMSON, died Sunday at River- view Medical Center, Red Bank. He was vice president of finance at Electronic Associates West Long Branch, since 1967, and was a controller for G.B. Freehold, for two years. Prior to that, he was controllerdirector of administration at ITEK, Rochester, N.Y., from 1964-1967, and was a at International Telephone and Telegraph from 1957-1964.

He was a communicant of Church of the Nativity, Fair Haven, a member of the Bristol Sailing Club, Bay Head, a member and past treasurer of Alpha Phi Omega (a national Boy Scout fraternity), and a member of the Financial Executive Institute of New Jersey. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. Mr. Puth was born in Newark and lived in Pittsford, N.Y., and in Irvington before moving to Rumson in 1967. Surviving are his wife, Lucille Lusk Puth; two sons, Edward Carl Puth Shrewsbury, and Charles O.

Puth, Rumson; two daughters, L. Pamela Bosmans, Stafford, and Dr. Nancy A. Puth, North Scituate, R.I; his mother, Eleanor Weismantel, Holland, a sister, Wilma Rauson, Plainsboro; and four grandchildren. John E.

Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. LARRY D. SADJA, 28, of Morganville, MARLBORO TOWNSHIP, died Saturday at Raritan Bay Medical Center, Old Bridge Township, as a result of an automobile accident. He was a real estate appraiser for Moran and Associates Stanford, Conn. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.

Mr. Sadja was born in Pittsbugh and lived in Stanford before moving to Morganville a year ago. Surviving are his wife, Sheryl; and his mother, Beatrice, and a sister, Robin Feldman, both of Bethesda, Md. Gutterman Wien at Marlboro Funeral Home, Morganville, Marlboro Township, is in charge of arrangements. OCEAN ROCCO C.

AIELLO, 68, of PINE BEACH, died Sunday at Mountainside Hospital, Montclair. He was a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service for 23 years, retiring in 1976 from the Toms River Post Office. He was a member of the National Association of Letter Carriers, St. Barnabas Roman Vincent P.

Keuper, 91, prosecutor 1955-1972 LONG BRANCH- Vincent P. Keuper, 91, of the West End section of Long Branch, died yesterday at the Westwood Hall nursing home, Long Branch. He was the Monmouth County Prosecutor from 1955-1972. He was an instructor of criminal law at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, Middletown Township. Mr.

Keuper's most famous case, in which he prosecuted Dr. Carl Coppolino in 1966, was also the first murder case he lost since taking office in 1955. A Freehold jury acquitted Dr. Coppolino on charges he murdered retired Army Lt. Col.

William E. Farber in Farber's Middletown 1983 photo Township home. The prosecution's Vincent P. Keuper star witness, the colonel's wife, Former Asbury Park mayor Marjorie Farber, had testified she saw Coppolino strangle her husband by placing a pillow over his Long Branch, past president of the head. Mrs.

Farber, who admitted New Jersey State Prosecutor's Asshe was having a love affair with sociation, past vice president of the Coppolino, claimed she was power- National District Attorney's Associless to stop the murder because ation, past president and member she was in a hypnotic trance at the of the New Jersey State Civil Servtime. ice Commission, and a member of The jury apparently believed de- the Asbury Park Council Knights of fense attorney F. Lee Bailey's con- Columbus and the Benevolent Protention that Mrs. Farber's story tective Order of Elks 128, Asbury was a hoax. Four months after his Park.

He was a graduate of Catheacquittal, a Florida jury found Cop- dral High School, Trenton, Georgepolino guilty of murdering his first town University, Washington, and wife. Fordham University Law School, In an interview a year after the New York. Mr. Keuper was born in trial Mr. Keuper said he had not Trenton and lived in Asbury Park wanted to center the trial around before moving to Long Branch.

hypnosis, but had no choice. He still Surviving are his vife, Barnetta believed Dr. Coppolino was guilty. Benoist Higginson Keuper; two Mr. Keuper was a former mem- sons, Richard, New Hampshire, and ber of the Monmouth County, New Joseph, Florida; a stepson, Robert Jersey State, and American Bar As- Higginson West Deal; a sister, sociations, the Monmouth County Marie Phillips, Trenton; two grandTax Board, and was a former children and two great-grandchilMayor of Asbury Park.

He was a dren. Braun Funeral Home, Eatonformer Municipal Court Judge, town, is in charge of arrangements. N.H., and Charles, Martinsburg, W.Va.; two daughters, Patricia Ventura, Pelican Island, Berkeley Township, and Mary T. Connolly, North Miami Beach, 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Timothy E.

Ryan Home for Funerals, Seaside Park, is in charge of arrangements. MICHAEL ANTONIO CONTI, 30, of HOWELL TOWNSHIP, died Sat- urday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune, from injuries sustained in an accident. Mr. Conti was born in Newark and lived in Howell and in Asbury Park before returning to Howell three years ago. Surviving are his wife, Eleanor, Asbury Park; a son, Michael A.

at home; three sisters, Kathleen Lesshafft, Laurie McGuire, and Consetta Conti, all of Howell; and his aunt, Henrietta Pisa, with whom he lived. Ely Funeral Home, Neptune, is in charge of arrangements. NELLIE COOK, 90, of MANALAPAN TOWNSHIP, died Saturday at Old Bridge Regional Hospital, Old Bridge Township. She was a retired domestic. Ms.

Cook lived in East Brunswick Township before moving to Manalapan four years ago. There are no known survivors. Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, is in charge of arrangements. ARNOLD H. FAULHABER, 64, of ASBURY PARK, died yesterday at home.

He was the owner of Faulhaber Security, Ocean Township, from 1979 to the present. He was a detective in the Asbury Park Police Department for 26 years, retiring in 1979, and was a lifeguard in Asbury Park in the 1950s for seven Faulhaber Faulhaber years. While in the police department, he received many awards for bravery. In 1970 he was awarded the honor of Police Officer of the Year by the Greater Asbury Park Exchange Club. He was a member of the Policemen's Benevolent Association Local 6, and president of the Asbury Park Little League for 15 years.

He was a communicant of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church, Asbury Park, and a member of the Catholic War Veterans Post 714 of the church. Mr. Faulhaber was born in Neptune and was a lifelong resident of Asbury Park. Surviving are his wife, Marjorie L. Dangler Faulhaber; a son, Arnold H.

Ocean Township; a brother, Fred Faulhaber, Neptune; and one grandchild. Buckley Funeral Home, Asbury Park, is in charge of arrangements. EVELYN M. GANT, 86, of NEPTUNE CITY, died Sunday at The Lodge, Neptune. She was supervisor at New Jersey Bell Telephone Newark, for 30 years, retiring in 1962.

She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America H. Mc Cully Downstates Chapter 81. Mrs. Gant was born in Newark and lived Neptune City for many years. Her husband, John died in 1968, and she was also predeceased by a daughter, Jacqueline Evelyn.

Johnson Funeral Home, Wall Township, is in Catholic Church, Bayville, Berkeley Township, and was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Aiello was born in Newark and lived there and in Forked River, Lacey Township, before moving to Pine Beach in 1986. Surviving are his wife, Vera Saggese Aiello; two sons, John Howell Township, and Michael Dover Township; two brothers, Frank, Nutley, and Angelo, Clifton; three sisters, Josephine Labanich, Florence Guarino, and Rose Manfredi, all of Newark; and four grandchildren. Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements.

MATILDA FREESE, 93, of LAKEWOOD, died yesterday at home. She was a member of St. Mary of the Lake Roman Catholic Church, Lakewood. Mrs. Freese was born in New York and lived in Lynbrook, Long Island, before moving to Lakewood 26 years ago.

Her daughter, Kathleen Keenan, died in 1978. Surviving are a son, Raymond Solinger, Syosset, N.Y.; a daughter, Shirley Jacox, Wilton, and 11 grandchildren. D'Elia Funeral Home, Lakewood, is in charge of arrangements. CHESTER TOWNSHIP, died Sunday at home. He was a machinist with the Army Military Ocean Terminal, Bayonne, for 33 years, retiring in 1970.

He was a World War II Army veteran, receiving the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. He was a member of the Catholic War Veterans Our Lady of Assumption Chapter 1612, Bayonne, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Bayonne, the Disabled American Veterans, Plainfield Chapter 7, the Fourth Infantry Ivy Leaves Association, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 1619, a delegate member of the Ocean County Senior Coordinating Council, Toms River, former member of the Church of the Assumption, Roselle Park and the Holy Name Society of the church. He was also a member of the Old Guard of Crestwood Village, a communicant of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Whiting, and a member of the Holy Name Society of the church. Mr.

Galeone was born in Philadelphia and lived in Piscataway before moving to Crestwood Village in 1975. Surviving are his wife, Maria Lillian Barulli Galeone; a daughter, Clare Smyth, Marlboro Township; three brothers, James, Joseph, and Albert Galeone, and two sisters, Grace Mergiotti and Margaret Jordan, all of Phil- DANIEL GALEONE, 77, of Crestwood Village IV, Whiting, MAN- adelphia; and three grandchildren. Manchester Menorial Funeral Home, Whiting, Manchester Township, is in charge of arrangements. DIANE M. HILLMAN, 46, of TOMS RIVER, died Saturday at home.

She was a member of St. Justin's Roman Caholic Church, Toms River. Mrs. Hillnan was born in Newark and lived in Howell Township before moving to Toms River 30 years ago. Surviving are two sons, Christopher, Toms River, and Jamie, Ortley Beach, Dover Township; a daughter, Stephanie Forsnan, Beachwood; and a sister, Marie Dib, Colts Neck Township.

Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. GRACE A. INGLES LINZMAYER, 88, of LAVAL- LETTE, died yesterday at Community Medical Center, Toms River. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Golden Chapter, Keyport, the Tradewnd Chapter of Deborah, and the Union Church, Lavallette. Mrs.

Linzmayer vas born in Norfolk, and lived in Keyport before moving to Lavallette 40 years ago. Her husband, Frank Lewis, died in 1982. Surviving are a son, Frank Berkeley Township; a daughter, Nancy Newman, Lavallette; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, Lavallette, is in charge of arrangements.

home. He was systens analyst at INA, Voorhees, for three years, at Continental Insurance Neptune, for eight years, at Cigna, Philadelphia, for three years, and it Federal Home Loan Guarantee of New York, Piscataway, for one year. He was a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, and was a football referee for the New Jersey State Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association and the New Jersey Football Officials Association. Mr. Schaffer was born in Philadelphia and lived in Cherry Hill Township before moving to Toms River 18 years ago.

Surviving are his wife, Eleanor Strine Schaffer; two sons, Michael, Jackson Township, and Scott, Brick Township; his parents, Charles and Rita Schaffer, Villas, Lower Township; a brother, Frances Raymond, Pennsylvania; a sister, Smoke, Sewell, Mantua Township; and one grandchild. Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. CHARLES J. SCHAFFER, 51, of TOMS RIVER, tied yesterday at.

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