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Morristown, New Jersey
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Thursday, December 27, 1990
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Daily Record, Morris County, N.J., Thursday, December 27. 1990 A9 OBITUARIES Jan Juta, 95, painter, author MENDHAM - Jan Carel Juta, a mural painter, designer, craftsman and author, died Friday at home. He was 95. He was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and lived in Mendham since 1966. Before that he divided his time between Mendham and London. ; Mr. Juta was educated at South African College in Cape Town; Christ Church, Oxford; Slade School in London; Belles Artes, Madrid; British School, Rome; and with : r : a j r tta - , maul ice uenis anu Anure l noie in ! Paris. He specialized in mural decora-1 tion in various media such as fresco, glass, metal and wood. Mr. Juta was represented in the National Portrait Gallery in Lon-, don by a painting of the author D.H. Lawrence. He also created murals ! for the Cunard liners RMS Queen Mry and Queen Elizabeth. ; "Some of his other principal works I were for South Africa House and j the Royal Institute of British Archi- tects, both in London; the Anglo-; American Goldfields Headquarters J in Johannesburg, South Africa; j Bristol Aircraft Headquarters in ; Johannesburg; River House, the ; Hotel St. Regis and the Church of ; the Transfiguration, all in New ! York; St. Luke's Church in Glad-I stone; St. Bernards Church in Ber- nardsville; ard Schering-Plough : Pharmaceuticals in Kenilworth. He illustrated and collaborated with his sister, Rene Juta, on a series of travel books, "The Cape Pe--HhTsula," "Cannes and the Hills," "The French Riviera," "Concerning "Corsica" and "Sea and Sardinia." -He was the author of "Look Out for the Ostriches," stories of South Africa; and "Background in Sunshine" and "Tilting with the Stars," mem- 'DMTS. ;a.Mr. Juta served in World War II ;-Rnd the post-war years, 1940-1946, i jfrLondon and New York with British Ministry of Information. He was also chief of visual information, United Nations Department of Pub- Dorothy A. Kroll PARSIPPANY - Dorothy A. Kroll died Dec. 16 at Morris View nursing home in Morris Township. ,Sb?was96. . ; She was a resident of Parsippany. t'Mrs. Kroll was a member of first Presbyterian Church in Orange and Eastern Star Lincoln Chapter 95 in Livingston. ;,v Survivors include a daughter, LRorothy E. Blake of Parsippany; and two grandchildren. -iHer husband, William C, died previously. .a Arrangements are by Par-Troy -Funeral Home, 95 Parsippany fkmd. death notices OAO-AS, Evelyn B . of Morristown, N J , on Tuesdays Dec. 25. 1990. Beloved daughter of Justin B. efxfteonarda Dao-As of Baguio City, Philippines. .&134r of Cypnenne Lacaden of Morns Plains; and Susan. Claire. Jerry. Marian. Karen, Justin Jr., Dioman and Ceypan, all of the Philippines. Funeral services at St. Peter s Episcopal Church Chapel. Mornstown. N.J., on Saturday, Dec 29. at 10 a m. Friends may call at Doyle Funeral Home. 106 Maple Ave.. Mornstown, on Friday. 2-4. 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory to St. Peter s Episcopal Church. Mornstown. would be appreciated. (27) OELLA VECCHIA, Matthew Sr., of Morris Plains, on Tuesday. Dec. 25. 1990. Beloved husband of Clementine (Falzarano). Loving father of Matthew Jr.- of Randolph and Carmine of Randolph. Dear Brother of Michael Delia Vecchia Sr. and Molly .Fenera, both of Madison. Also survived by 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Rela- ' Sues and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Friday at 8:30 a.m. from Madison Memorial ' Home. 1 59 Main St.. Madison, with a funeral Mass aJ 9 30 a m. in St. Vincent Martyr Roman Catholic Church. Madison, interment at. Vincent s Lrne--tpry, Madison. Visitation Thursday, 2-4, 7-9 P m. (27) "HENSLER, Frederick D., of Oldwick, on Dec. 24, -.1990. Father of Frederick O. Jr.. Margaret and Leslie. Brother of Arthur C. Jr. of Chatham township, Joseph E. of Lawrenceville. Mrs. Jane E. Adarn of Tewksbury Township and Miss Virginia of Chatham. Also survived by two grandchildren Funeral services will be held at Wm. A. Bradley Son Funeral Home, 345 Main St. (Route 24), Chatham, on Saturday. Dec. 29. 1990, at 10 em. t nends may call Friday. 7-9 p.m. Those who wish may contribute in his memory to the American Dia-betes Association, Box 6423, Bndgewater, N.J. "8807. (27) JUTA. Jan Carel. age 95. of Mendham, on Friday, Dec 21. 1990 Husband of the late Alice Hunting-ion Marshall. Steplather of Helen Marshall Scholz and Charles H. Marshall, both of New York City. Me 4s also survived by his niece, Elizabeth Gyle-Thompson Papps. Bernardsville A memorial ser-ice will be held on Saturday. Dec. 29. at 1 1 a.m., at St. Lukes Episcopal Church. Gladstone. Arrangements are by Bailey Funeral Home Inc., 8 Hiltop Road. Mendham. (27) KROLL. Dorothy A. (Koch), on Dee. 16, 1990. of Parsippany. Beloved wife of the late William C. Beloved mother of Dorothy E. Blake of Parsippany. Also survived by two grandchildren. Scot A. of Sevierville. Tenn.. and Tech. Sgt Leslie, a liaison with the Air Force in Colorado. Relatives and Inends are invited to attend a memorial service to be held on Saturday at 10 a m. at First Presbyterian Church, corner of Scotland and Main Street, in Orange. N.J. Arrangements are under direction of Par-Troy Funeral Home, 95 Parsippany Road, Parsippany. (27) TALBOT, Joyce Redner Robinson, of Mendham, formerly of Chatham Township and New Vernon, on Dec. 24. 1990. Wife of Duncan A. Talbot, Jr. Mother of Rev. Mary Robinson Heyne of Hope. J. Christian Robinson of Stow, Mass., Bennett C. Robinson of Hilton Head. S C.: stepmother of Duncan A. Talbot Ml of Chatham Twp and Jeffrey S Talbot of Berkeley Heights. Sister of Boyd H. Redner Jr. of Battle Creek. Mich. Daughter of the late Soyd H. and the late Frances Eaton Redner. Also survived by three grendchiidren. A memorial service will be held at First Presbyterian Church of New Vernon on Jan. 5. 1991. at 3 p.m., the Rev. Dr. George Chorba officiating. Those who wish maycontribute m her memory to the Joyce Talbot Fund, care of Rev George Chorba. First Presbyterian Church of New Vernon, New Vernon. N.J. 07976 Arrangements are by Wm. A. Bradley A Sonuneral Directors. Chatham. (27) ZOSCHAK. Mary R . on Monday. Dec 24. 1990. of CWibn. Beloved wife of George Devoted mother of Richard and Zeida Frankowski Dear sister of Jeari Lide and Wanda Binder. Loving grandmother of three. Funeral from Burnadz. Gomy A Opuda Lakeview Memorial Home. 371 Lekeview Ave , Cufton. on Friday at 9 30 a m Mass at SI Bren-oan s Roman Catholic Church at 10 a m Interment St Peter s Cemetery. GarfiekJ. Visitation Thure-0y 2-4. 7-9 p m (27) lie Information. He was a member of the Arts Club in London, a former vice president of the Architectural League in New York, and an honorary member of the American Institute of Design. He was president emeritus of the National Society of Mural Painters, America, and a member of the Century Association in New York. He was also a lay preacher and reader for Episcopal churches and a lecturer for schools and colleges. His wife, Alice Huntington Marshall, died in 1966. Survivors include a stepson, Charles H. Marshall of New York City, a stepdaughter, Helen Marshall Scholz of New York City; a niece, Elizabeth Gyle-Thompson Papps of Bernardsville; and several relatives in England, France and South Africa. Arrangements are by Bailey Funeral Home, 8 Hilltop Road, Mendham. J.V. Makarewicz Jr. HOPATCONG - Joseph V. Makarewicz Jr. died Tuesday at Dover General Hospital. He was 70. He was born in Jersey City, where he lived most of his life before moving to Hopatcong six months ago. Mr. Makarewicz was a retired laborer for the city of Jersey City, where he worked for 20 years. He was an Army vet- iigSs eran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Regina; two sons, David of Hopatcong and Joseph of New Milford; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are by Leber-Lakeside Funeral Home, Main Road, Landing. William B. Jenkins HOPATCONG - William B. Jenkins died Tuesday at Dover General Hospital. He was 85. He was born in Camelon, Scotland, and lived most his life in Ho--patcong. Mr. Jenkins was a retired janitor with the Hopatcong School District, " working in the Hudson Maxim School. He also was a special police officer for Hopatcong. He was a member of Hopatcong Fire Company No. 3, served on the " borough Board of Health, the Welfare Department, was a past leader of Troop 88 for the Boy Scouts, was treasurer and member of the Hopatcong Ambulance Squad and was a member of the Hopatcong Exempt Firemen's Association. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth; and several nephews and nieces. Arrangements are by Leber-Lakeside Funeral Home, Main Road, Landing. Frederick Hensler TEWKSBURY TWP. - Frederick D. Hensler died Monday at Mor-ristown Memorial Hospital. He was 66. He was born in Littleton and lived in Oldwick for many years. Mr. Hensler owned and operated F.D. Hensler Nursery in Green Village for 20 years, before retiring 10 years ago. He was a former member of Larmngton Presbyterian Church, Lamington. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Survivors include a son, Frederick D. Jr.; two daughters, Margaret and Leslie; two brothers, Arthur C. Jr. of Chatham Township and Joseph E. of Lawrenceville; two sisters, Jane E. Adam of Tewksbury Township and Virginia of Chatham; and two grandchildren. Arrangements are by Wm. A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home, 345 Main St., Chatham. George Fletcher Sr. ROCKAWAY - George W. Fletcher Sr. died Monday at St. Clares-Riverside Medical Center in Denville after a short illness. He was 77, He was born in Westville, S.C., and lived in Rockaway and Dover most of his life. Mr. Fletcher worked in the explosives department of Picatinny Arsenal before retiring in 1969. Survivors include his wife, Beatrice; two sons, George W. Jr. of Tinton Falls and Warren H. of Dover, three daughters, Jean of Dover, and Judy Scott and Gerri, both of Rockaway, a brother, Napoleon of Rockaway, a sister, Hattie Trues-dale of Rockaway Township; and six grandchildren. Arrangements are by Tuttle Funeral Home, 272 Route 10, Randolph. Anna Mae Briant RANDOLPH TWP. - Anna Mae Briant died Monday at Morristown Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was 73. She was born in Dover and lived in Dover and Randolph all of her life. Miss Briant was a registered nurse at Dover General Hospital for 42 years before retiring in 1985. At retirement, she was the assistant director of nursing administration. She was a member of Millbrook United Methodist Church of Randolph and a past president of the state Nurses' Association. She was graduated from Newark Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1942 and earned a bachelor's degree in 1971 from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Survivors include five nephews; six nieces; and several great-nephews and nieces. Arrangements are by Tuttle Funeral Home, 272 Route 10, Randolph. Anna K. Dean HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Anna K. Dean, formerly of Hackettstown, died Tuesday at Heartland Nursing Home in Martinsburg. She was 86. She was born in Changewater and lived in Hackettstown for many years before moving to Hedgesville in 1972. Mrs. Dean was a homemaker. She was a member of Snyder Bible Church. Survivors include four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-great grandchild. She was predeceased by her first husband, Ira K. Johnson, her second husband, Richard B., and two daughters, Laura Wydner and Iris Giordano. Arrangements are by Cochran Funeral Home, 905 High St., Hackettstown. Evelyn B. Dao-As MORRISTOWN - Evelyn B. Dao-As died Tuesday at Morris-town Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was 38. She was born in Sison Pang, Philippines, and lived in Morristown for three years. Miss Dao-As was a registered nurse at Morristown Memorial Hospital and a 1976 graduate of Baguio General Hospital School of Nursing. Survivors include her parents, Justin B. and Leonarda of Baguio City, Philippines; a sister, Cypri-enne Lacaden of Morris Plains; and eight brothers and sisters in the Philippines. Arrangements are by Doyle Funeral Home, 106 Maple Ave. Peter Montanya ROCKAWAY TWP. - Peter Montanya died yesterday at Newton Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was 81. He lived in Pompton Lakes most of his life before moving to the Oak Ridge section of Rockaway Township two years ago. Mr. Montanya retired in 1971 from Drew Chemical Corp. in Boon-ton, where he was a maintenance man. He worked previously at Butler Rubber Mill. There are no immediate survivors. Arrangements are by Berming-ham Funeral Home, 249 S. Main St., Wharton. Mary Sheplak FORT MYERS, Fla. - Mary Sheplak, formerly of Wharton, died Monday at Cape Coral Hospital in Cape Coral after a short illness. She was 77. She was born in Yonkers, N.Y., and lived in Wharton before moving to Florida. Mrs. Sheplak owned and operated the Oak Tree Inn in Wharton with her late husband, Frank, from 1956-1975. They also owned the Picatinny Officer's Club from 1946-1956. She was a former member of the Dover Emblem Club. Survivors include a brother, John Skwarek of Morris Plains; three sisters, Sophie Parisi of Rockaway, Pauline Picone of Madison and Helen Wicha of Wharton; and several nephews and nieces. Arrangements are by Berming-ham Funeral Home, 249 S. Main St., Wharton. Holiday deadlines NEW YEAR'S EVE: Obituaries and death notices may be telephoned to the Daily Record (428-6200) from 1 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31 . NEW YEAR'S DAY: Hours are 3 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 1. Harry W. Smith ROXBURY TWP. - Harry W. Smith died Tuesday at Dover General Hospital after a short illness. He was 43. He was born in Dover and lived in Roxbory all his life. Mr. Smith was an attendant at the Mine Hill Citgo service station and worked previously as a driver for the Roxbury Sanitation Department and as a repairman for White Brothers Tire Co. in Netcong. He was a member of St. Therese Roman Catholic Church in Succa-sunna and Roxbury Fire Company No. 3. Survivors include his wife, Sharon A.; three sons, Michael, Corey and Andrew, and two daughters, Lorrie and Lacey, all at home; his mother, Elizabeth, at home; and a sister, Betty Lou Ber-thold of Hopatcong. . Arrangements are by Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Succasunna. Matthew Delia Vecchia Sr. MORRIS PLAINS - Matthew Delia Vecchia Sr. died Tuesday at Garden Terrace Nursing Home in Chatham after a long illness. He was 87. He was born in Nusco, Italy, and lived in Madison most of his life before moving to Morris Plains 25 years ago. Mr. Delia Vecchia owned Delia Vecchia Garage, C&M Shell and C&M Nissan, before retiring in the late 1960s. He was past president of the Forum Club in Madison. Survivors include his wife, Clementine; two sons, Matthew Jr. and Carmine, both of Randolph; a brother, Michael, and a sister, Molly Ferrara, both of Madison; 11. grandchildren; and nine greatgrandchildren. Arrangements are by Madison Memorial Home, 159 Main St., Madison. DIRECT FROM WHOLESALER MORRISTOWN WAREHOUSE -SALE 3,500 SUITS JUST ARRIVED! MONDAY-FRIDAY 12-7 PM 1000'S OF FALL 100 WOOL 3 SEASON PLUS BRAND 36-44 Short 36-50 Reg. 38-50 Long 201-455-1210 16 PINE STREET Minnie Stevens ROXBURY TWP. - Minnie Stevens died Tuesday at Dover General Hospital after a long illness. She was 66. She was a lifelong resident of Succasunna. Mrs. Stevens was a secretary at Co-operative Industries in Chester, where she worked for 25 years before retiring. She worked previously at Hungerford Plastics Co. in Morris Plains. She was a former member of Succasunna United Methodist Church and enjoyed crocheting and latch-hook crafts. Survivors include her husband, Irving N.; a son, Richard at home; two daughters, JoAnn Ruggieri of Lake Lackawanna and Nancy Mayer of Great Meadows; two brothers, Charles Dilley of Morris Plains and Harold Dilley of Randolph; three sisters, Shirley Sutton and Helen Anderson, both of Florida, and Marie Duryea of Chester, six grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Arrangements are by Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Succasunna. Mary R. Zoschak CLIFTON - Mary R. Zoschak died Monday at St. Clares-Riverside Medical Center in Denville. She was 80. She was born in New York City, and lived in Massachusetts and Passaic. She lived in Clifton for 50 years. Mrs. Zoschak was a retired seamstress for Botany Mills in Passaic. Survivors include her husband, George; a son, Richard of Landing; a daughter, Zeida Frankowski of Clifton; two sisters, Jean Lida of Toms River and Wanda Binder of Hudson, Fla.; and three grandchildren. ' Arrangements are by Burnadz, Gorny & Opuda Lakeview Memorial Home, 371 Lakeview Ave. SATURDAY 9 AM-5 PM mmm CORNER OF DUMONT Joyce Redner Talbot MENDHAM - Joyce Redner Robinson Talbot died Monday at home following a long illness. She was 63. She was born in Battle Creek, Mich., and lived in Chatham Township and New Vernon before moving to Mendham three years ago. Mrs. Talbot was an artist and interior designer and corporate art consultant to Exxon, Chubb & Son, and Crum & Forster. She was a member of the Junior League of Morristown, First Presbyterian Church of New Vernon, Morris Arts Council, and designed and painted scenery for the marionette group of the Morris Museum for 30 years. Survivors include her husband, Duncan A. Jr.; two sons, J. Christian Robinson of Stow, Mass., and Bennett C. Robinson of Hilton Head, S.C.; a daughter, the Rev. Mary Robinson Heyne of Hope; two stepsons, Duncan A. Ill of Chatham Township and Jeffrey S. of Berkeley Heights; a brother, Boyd H. Redner Jr. of Battle Creek; and three grandchildren. Arrangements are by Wm. A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home, 345 Main St., Chatham. Irl A. Baffin, 88, was industrialist LITITZ, Pa. (AP) - Industrialist Irl A. Daffin, who developed labor-saving machines for the farming , and construction industries, has died at 88. Mr. Daffin died Tuesday at his home in Lititz. In the early 1940s, Mr. Daffin and associates turned farmer-inventor Edwin Nolt's idea for a hay baler into a moneymaking product. They bought control of New Holland Machine Co. and turned the baler into the cornerstone of what is now Ford New Holland Inc., a major manufacturer of agricultural implements. SUNDAY 1 1 AM-4 PM SUITS NEW FLANNELS 40-56 X-long MEN'S EXPENSIVE FALL SUITS 1 SAVE UP TO '275 COMPARE AT $310-$400 RETAIL O CASH-CHECK MORRISTOWN

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