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Obituaries Daily Record, Morris County, N.J., Saturday, January 18, 2003 All Mary T. Napoleon 88 ; HACKETTSTOWN Mary T. Napoleon died Friday, Jan. 17, 2003, at House of the Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Hackettstown. She was 88. Born Sept. 24, 1914 in Jersey City, she was the daughter of the late Peter Kaplan and the late Eva (KUkuliak) Kaplan. She had been living in Hackettstown for the last 11 years and previously lived in Jersey City. Mrs. Napleon worked in office maintenance for F.W. Woolworth in New York City. Her husband, James F., died in 1972. Her son, James J., died in 1977, and her brothers, Michael, John, Peter and Harry, and her sister, Eva, all died previously. Survivors include her son, Dennis of South Plainfield; her daughter, Patricia Jasinkiewicz of Long Valley; her grandsons, David Napoleon, Paul Jasinkiewicz and Brian Jasinkiewicz; her granddaughters, Catherine Cuccio, Denise Napoleon, Linda Jasinkiewicz and Kristin Jasinkiewicz; and her greatgrandchildren, Brittaney, Lind-sey, Evan and Aidan. Visitation will be today, Jan. 18, from 7-9 p.m., and Sunday, Jan. 19, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at William J. Leber Funeral Home, 15 Furnace Road (intersection of Route 206), Chester, N.J. 07930. The funeral Mass will be on Monday, Jan. 20, at 10 a.m. at St. Luke Roman Catholic Church in Long Valley. Interment is at Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Donations in her memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, N.J. 07834. To subscribe.call (800) 398-8990 Jfl till okid gen! :E5PT'I (Miiretoif; Anna Tassielli 96, homemaker CEDAR GROVE Anna (Clarizio) Tassielli died Thursday, Jan. 16, 2003, at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair. She was 96. Born in Sannicadro Di Bari, Italy, she lived the last 15 years in Cedar Grove. Prior to that, she lived in Palermo for 23 years, and in Belleville and Newark. Mrs. Tassielli was a home-maker. Her beloved husband, Ottario, died previously. Survivors include her children, Mary Longo, Jean Speck, Frank and Ottario; her siblings, Vincenzo Clarizio and Isabella Saliani; her 12 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from Leonardis Memorial Home, 210 Ridgedale Ave.,- Florham Park, on Monday, Jan. 20, at 8:30 a.m., with a funeral Mass to be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church in Chatham at 9:30 a.m. Visitation hours today, Jan. 18, are from 7-9 p.m., and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Doris Manner 73, homemaker WASHINGTON TWP. Doris Manner died Thursday, Jan. 16, 2003, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Wayne. She was 73. Born and raised in Passaic, she lived in Clifton for 50 years before moving to the Long Valley section of Washington Township two years ago. Mrs. Manner was a home-maker. Her husband, Joseph, died in 1990, and her daughter, Eva Giliberti, died in 2000. Survivors include her daughter, Joann Scheer of Budd Lake; her son, Joseph of Rosendale, N.Y.; her five grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. Private arrangements are by Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Succasunna. Linda Louise Coad 45, lifelong Succassuna resident ROXBURY Linda Louise (Hoadley) Coad died Friday, Jan. 17, 2003, at St. Clare's Hospi-talDenville following a short illness. She was 45. Born in Dover, she lived in Succasunna all her life. She drove the senior citizens bus in Mount Olive. Mrs. Coad is survived by her mother, Ann Beach, with whom she lived; her stepfather, Vern-erd Beach; her brothers, Robert Hoadley of Fort Lauderdale, Fla and William of Succasunna; her sister, Patricia Austin of Dover; her niece, Amy Nock and her husband Robert; her nephews, Frederick Austin and Marcus Hadley; her great-nephew, Cooper Nock; and her three stepbrothers, Daniel, Michael and John. Friends may visit Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home Inc., 96 Main St., Succasunna, on Sunday, Jan. 19, from 3-5 and 7-8 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Donations may be made in her name to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center at St. Clare's Hospital, Denville, N.J., or to the Roxbury Rescue Squad. Death Notice Dominick Barone Jr. BARONE, Dominick Jr., 69, of Lake Shawnee, Jefferson, on Jan. 15, 2003. Loving husband of Linda (Fafinski Chipko), dear father of Kevin and Robert Barone, devoted grandfather of Samantha and Jessica Barone, dear stepfather of Jon J. and Nicole Chipko, beloved brother of Mary Barlot-ta, Sally Panaccione and the late Rose Nardello. A memorial Mass will be offered Monday 11 a.m. at Our Lady Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church, 204 Espanong Road, Lake Hopatcong. Arrangements by Hancliffe Home for Funerals, 222 Ridgedale Ave., East Hanover. Margaret M. Schell 90, formerly of Morristown ' ASHEVILLE, N.C. Margaret M. Schell, formerly of Hendersonville, N.C, died Saturday, Jan. 11, 2003, at Givens Estates in Asheville, N.C. She was 90. Born in Elsie, Mich., she had been a resident of Henderson County since about 1972, moving to Givens Estates in 1998. Prior to marriage, she resided in Lansing, Mich. When her children were 2 years old, she moved from Cass City, Mich, to Morris-town. It was at that time that she began working in home care for the children of working parents. This avocation spanned the years she lived in Morristown; , Minneapolis; Winston-Salem, N.C, and Hendersonville, N.C. She is fondly remembered by the parents of the many children for whom she cared, as well as the children themselves, many of whom are now parents and grandparents themselves. She was a member of Hendersonville First United Methodist Church. Mrs. Schell is survived by her husband, Donald H.; her two daughters, Sally Williams of Clarksville, Md., and Sue Overcash of Orlando, Fla.; her three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19, at First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. E. Wannamaker Hardin Jr. will officiate. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 4-6 p.m. today, Jan. 18, at Thos. Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sequella Global Tuberculosis Foundation, 9610 Medical Center Drive, Suite 220, Rockville, Md. 20850. flWI I IT mm m M HI I AMERICAN FURNITURE Desk Bunk Beds Dinettes Bedrooms Oak, Maple 973-428-1155 32 Rt. 10 UJ Cast Hanover, NJ Hours: M-Thurs. 10-9 Frl. & Sol. 106 Sun. 10-5 Obituaries Special notices piachased by family and friends To place an obituary: Fax (973)428-6666 Be sure lo include a name and phone number for confirmation. Or, phone us at (973)428-6628, 3-7:30 p.m. All submissions must be received by 7:30 p.m. the night before publication. For billing inquiries, please phone (973)428-6582 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7c) place an In Memoriam or Card of Thanhs call (973)515-9300, 8 a.m. -7 p.m. The deadline is 7 p.m. three days before publication. g sum S?G32EI3 From decorating trends to saving money on furnishings, get e latest home and gardening tips. Every Saturday in 4b 7) ! MORRIS COUNTY'S NEWSPAPER daityrecordl You ARE CORdiAlly iNViTEd . . . to join the Board of Directors at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce to be held on Friday, January 24, 2003 at the Hilton Parsippany 11:30 a.m., luncheon at noon TriE Program: John T. Sinnott, Chairman & CEO of Marsh Inc. Marsh Inc is the world's number one risk specialist! Topic: "Risk Management iN TrtESE UNCERTAiN HlVIEs" Trie Host: Maurice DuBois, Anchor - NewsGhanne14 and Co-Anchor - TodAy iN New YorI MORRIS COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TrIE WiNNER: 2002 Huber Award for Outstanding Voluntary Leadership winner LesHe E. Sm'uU, Jr., Senior Vice President Rockefeller Group Development Corporation, will be honored for his leadership in our community. The Huber Award is sponsored by Saint Clare's Health Services. $65 per person, $625 for a table of 10 people. Seating is limited! Reserve your space now! Call (973) 539-3882 ext. 28 for more information. JS ti At ff daltifecord't William E. Bishop Jr., 70, former state assemblyman ROCKAWAY TWP. - William E. Bishop Jr. died suddenly Wednesday morning, Jan. 15, 2003, in Morristown Memorial Hospital. He was 70. Born Sept. 26, 1932, in Greenville, Tenn., he was formerly of Knoxville, Tenn., and was a resident of Rockaway Township since 1965, moving there from West New York. He was the son of the late Rev. William E. Bishop Sr. and the late Mary (Campbell) Bishop. He graduated from Chattanooga High School in 1950, and attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and City College of New York. He served his country in the Navy during the Korean War from 1951-1955. In 1958 he moved to New York City and worked for Otis Elevators. He continued to work in this field with Dover Elevators and Clifton Elevator Service Company. From 1990 until his recent retirement in 2001, he owned and operated his own elevator consulting business. Over the course of his career he assisted in writing and updating elevator safety codes, performed numerous safety inspections as a licensed inspector and worked to promote elevator safety legislation. As an active public servant, he was involved with local and state governmental affairs. He was a councilman-at-large for Rock-away Township from 1976-1980. He served as mayor of Rockaway Township from 1980-1982. In .1982, he was elected to the New Jersey State Assembly. He served in the state Legislature as a representative from the 25th District until 1984. He was a gifted speaker and lover of books who enjoyed using his talents for the public good. He was a good conversationalist aftd enjoyed teaching his beloved children everything from music and art to history and politics."' In addition to his former wife, Dorothy of White Meadow Lake, he is survived by his beloved children, Susan Bishop of Irving, Texas, Stephen and his wife Lynn of Saco, Maine, Carolina Roy and her husband Tim of Palmer, Alaska, and David of Maui, Hawaii; his sisters, Ann McNeer of Milwaukee and Rosellen Martin of Harrison, Tenn.; his grandchildren, Kelly and Amy Roy of Palmer, Alaska, and Daniel and Lauren Bishop of Saco, Maine; a niece and four nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. at the Denville Community United Methodist Church, 190 Diamond Spring Road. The family will receive friends on Friday evening, Jan. 24, from 7-9 p.m. at Tuttle Funeral Home, 72 Route 10, Randolph. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick, N.J. 08902-4301. Frank J. Krannich, 79, insurance company owner MINE HILL Frank J. Krannich died Friday, Jan. 17, 2003, at home. He was 79. Born in Paterson, he lived in West Caldwell for 25 years before moving to Mine Hill in 1978. Mr. Krannich was the owner of State Farm Insurance in Caldwell for 35 years, retiring in 1995. He served in the Army Air Force during World War II. A member of the National Association of State Farm Agents, he served as treasurer of the New Jersey Chapter for 20 years. Well known in scouting circles, Mr. Krannich joined the Boy Scouts of America in Hale-don in 1932 and was a longtime member, former committee member and former scoutmaster of Boy Scouts of America Troop 10 in West Caldwell. He earned the Wood Badge Beads, was a Wood Badge Course Director, and is the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award and the District Award of Merit. He is an honored member of the Old Guard of Camp Glen Gray, and served many years on the executive board of the former Northern New Jersey Council, Boy Scouts of America, the executive board of the former Essex Council, Boy Scouts of America and the executive board of the former Eagle Rock Council, Boy Scouts of America. He also served the council as training chair, neighborhood commissioner and district commissioner. He attended five National Scout Jamborees, two World Jamborees, and is a Vigil member of the Order of the Arrow. With Purchase and Installation of a Heating or flC System Mr. Krannich is a member of the Salaam Temple in Livingston and Lodge 7 of the Free & Accepted Masons. He is also a member of Knights of Columbus Council 2561 in Caldwell and Fairfield Lodge 815 of the Elks. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 30 years ago, he made himself available to seven major research studiesexperiments to find the cause and cure of Parkinson's at Rutgers, Massachusetts General, Robert Wood Johnson and MIT. He was told that his life expectancy would be shortened and that he would probably end up in a wheelchair. Through sheer determination he outlived medical expectations and could still be found in his later years walking the woodland trails with Scouts and teaching outdoor skills to new generations of adult Scout leaders. Survivors include his wife, Edith G.; his children, Frank J., Karen Mojka, Gregory and John; his son-in-law, Edward Mojka; his daughters-in-law, Kathleen and Nancy Diana; his stepchildren, Douglas Sorhagen and his wife Karen, and Leslie DeSessa and her husband Paul; and 12 grandchildren. 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