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The Ridgewood News from Ridgewood, New Jersey • 18

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February THE SUNDAY NEWS Pape 18 i i r1 iii iii i i iiiArntif in i iii i 11 hmt ciro ai l. i Mrs. Kimmerly, 82, died Doylestown. She was born in Mcriden, and lived in the borough 41 years before moving to Doylestown. She was a past president of the it a i s-f LrJitsti 4 irtrt nnH H.nwthnme Roard of Education and was a member of St.

Anthony's Church and its Rosary-Altar Society. Mrs. Kimmerly was a member of the Grand Jurors Assn. of Passaic County, the Hawthorne Unit of the Passaic County Republican Leagu St. Joseph's Hospital Women's Auxiliary, and was an honorary member of the N.

J. State Recreation Dept. Her husband, George A. Kimberly, died in 1958. She is survived by two sons, George of Quakertown, and Robert of Leawood, two daughters, Donald (Gertrude) Gray of Wayne and Mrs.

William (Bertha) Campbell of Elm wood Park; 11 grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren. Interment was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa. The Browning-Forshay Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Donations to the William B. Mawhinney Memorial Ambulance Corps would be appreciated.

Mrs. Peter II. Kooy Sr. RIDGEWOOD A memorial service for Mrs. Catharine J.

van der Willik Kooy of the village was conducted Friday night at the Ridgewood Christian Reformed Church. Mrs. Kooy, 74, died Tuesday at her home. She was born in The Netherlands and lived in the village 29 years. She was a member of the Ridgewood Christian Reformed Church.

Her husband, Peter H. Kooy died in 1977. Mrs. Kooy is survived by three sons, Gys B. of Mahwah, Peter H.

Jr. of the village and Hans T. of Ringwood; four daughters, Mrs aldwick crash on in WALDWICK Miss Nancy L. Van Heemst, 26, a lifelong resident of Waldwick, was pronounced dead on arrival at Saddle Brook Hospital early Friday morning after her car skidded on ice and hit a utility pole on Route 46 in Lodi, Lodi police reported. According to Dolice.

Miss Van Hfmt' car skidded on ice at the intersection of Westminster Place and Hamilton Avenue in Lodi and struck a utility pole on the driver's side at 4:37 a.m. Friday. Her Dassensrer. Anne Martina vr-nt where she was listed in satisfactorv condi- "on oaiuraay morning Road. Interment will be, in George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus, Visiting hours will be today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

at the funeral home. Mrs. Raymond Fisher GLEN ROCK Mrs. Alice Fisher of Riverside, a former borough resident, died Thursday at Riverside Community Hospital. She was 71 years old.

She lived most of her life in the borough before jnoving to California. She was a checker for the Grand Union Co. for 25 years before her retirement. Her husband, Raymond Fisher, died in 1966. Mrs.

Fisher is survived by a son, Raymond J. of Riverside; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Carol) Davis of Greenville, N.Y.; a brother, Julius Goodrich of Kinnelon; seven grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. A funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the C.C.

Van Em-burgh Mortuary Chapel, 306 E. Ridgewood Ridgewood. The Rev. Alan C. Staver, pastor of the Old Paramus Reformed Church of Ridgewood, will officiate.

Interment will be in George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Visiting will be tomorrow from 10 to 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Howard Kahn OAKLAND Howard Kahn of the borough, owner of the Oakland Wine and Li- quor Store, died Thursday at Saddle Brook General Hospital in Saddle Brook. He was 62 years old.

A native of Passaic, he lived in Tenafly before moving to the borough 20 years ago. He owned and operated the liquor store for the past 20 years. Mr. Kahn was a past president of the Oakland Rotary Club, a charter member of Elks Lodge 2167 of the borough and a past president of the Hudson-Bergen Package Store Owners Assn. He is survived by his wife, the former Shirley Orner; a son, Dr.

Michael Kahn of Pittsburgh, three daughters, Miss Jacqueline Kahn and Miss Madeline Kahn, both of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Robin Foudray of Miami, two sisters, Mrs. Adelle.Zubrow of Passaic and Mrs. Mae Hirsch of Belmar, and two grandchildren. A funeral service will be conducted today at 1 p.m.

at the Oakland Memorial Home, 330 Ramapo Valley Road. Interment will be in Beth-El Cemetery, Paramus. Memorial donations to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. Mrs. George A.

Kimmerly HAWTHORNE A funeral mass for Mrs. former borough resident, was offered j-totciuajf at oi. rtmuuny n. uiurcn. Quit Shaking And Start Living It's easier than you think to stop drinking when you do it our way.

Alcoholics Anonymous 652-1480 Th Hop St. Group P.O. Box 218, Ridgewood 444 continuing 306 Snopc and Mrs. Willy Wallendaf fif 5 Flcmington; two brothers and three Sillf in The Netherlands, and 22 graSenrs The funeral and interment wc The Vander Plaat Funeral Home of i was in charge of arrangements Memorial donations to Children'- w. 76 Ward Paterson 07505, would ft1 predated.

ueap- John Kuncik RAMSEY A funeral mass for John Kn cik of Sun City, former McPeek's Garage in the borougT wa offered yesterday at St. Paul's R.C Churrh Mr Kuncik, 68, died Tuesday at his home He was born in the borough and lived her many years. He lived in Delhi, N.Y befor! moving to Sun City in 1973. Mr. Kuncik was a member of St Paul's Church its Holy Name Society, the Ramsey Lions Club, the Ramsey Chamber of Commerce and was named Ramsey citizen of the year in 1965.

He also was a member of Council 1177 Knights of Columbus of Suffern NY-Lyndhurst Elks Lodge 1505, and the Automobile Dealers of N.J. Mr. Kuncik is survived by his wife, the former Marion Adams; two sons, Harold J. Durant of Washington Township and Roger A. Durant of Orinda, Calif.

a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Edgecomb of Bedminster; a brother, Peter Kuncik of Mahwah; a sister, Mrs. Ann Carpenter of Milo, Mo. and seven grandchildren. Interment was in Maryrest Cemetery, Mahwah.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home Inc. (Turn to Page 90) nawuiuine. Mr. woman dies icy road Miss Van Heemst was the manager of Red Cross Shoe Store in Paramus Park Mall. She is a 1970 graduate of Waldwick High School.

She is survived by her parents, Robert J. and Eileen Cocker Van Heemst; a brother, James R. of Waldwick, and her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Florence Cocker of Glen Rock. A funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.

at the Vander Plaat Funeral Home, Wyckoff. Interment will be in Valleau Cemetery in Ridgewood. Visiting hours will be 24 and 7-9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Associated with Vander Plaat-Vermeuleri, Inc.

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Bracken OAKLAND A memorial service for Wallace H. Bracken of Oakland, a former Ho-Ho-Kus resident, was conducted yesterday at Christ Episcopal Church in Ridgewood. Mr. Bracken, 78, died Wednesday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in East Orange. He was born in Jackson, and lived in Ho-Ho-Kus before moving to the borough in 1972.

He was a marketing manager for C. H. Masland and Sons, carpet manufacturers, in Carlisle, before his retirement in 1956. Earlier, he was a merchandising manager for Saks Fifth Avenue. A 1922 graduate of the University of Michigan, Mr.

Bracken was a lieutenant commander in the Navy during World War II and also served in the Navy in World War I. His wife, the former Wilhelmina Warner, died in 1967. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Sally Hommel of Ho-Ho-Kus; two sons, Warner' and Peter of Oakland; a brother, Worth of Dallas, Tex. seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

Interment was private. Arrangements were under the direction of C. C. Van Em-burgh Mortuary Inc. of Ridgewood.

Memorial donations to the Oakland First-Aid Squad would be appreciated. Charles E. Butler Sr. RAMSEY A funeral mass for Charles E. Butler Sr.

of the borough was offered yester-. day at the R.C. Church of the Presentation in Upper Saddle River. Mr. Sutler, 77, died Tuesday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in East Orange.

He was born in Reading, and lived in -Havertown, before moving to the borough last year. He was a stock supervisor for the General Electric Corp. in Philadelphia until his retirement in 1966. Mr. Butler is survived by his wife, the former Jessie Kerber; a son, Charles E.

Jr. of Claremore, a daughter, Mrs. Judith Easter of Upper Saddle River; a sister, Mrs. Marjorie Grin of Rochester, N.Y.; 11 grandchildren, and a great--grandson. Interment was in Maryrest Cemetery Mahwah.

Arrangements were under the direction of th Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home. 3. Mrs. Cyril J. Donohue FAIR LAWN Mrs.

Ellen S. Donohue of Bradenton, a former resident of the -borough and a retired teacherdied Wednes- day at Manatee Hospital in Bradenton. She was 75 years old. Mrs. Donohue lived in the borough 35 years before moving to Bradenton last year.

She was a teacher in the Paterson school system before her retirement. She was a member of the Church in and a member of Martha Washington Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, both of the borough. She was the wife of the late CyrilJ. Donohue. "x- r.

Mrs. Donohue is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Joan Kelley of Bradenton; a son, Robert of Wayne; a sister, Mrs. Hannah McLuckie of Huntsville, nine grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter. A funeral service will be.

conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Vander Plaat Colonial Funeral Home, 13-31 Saddle River HONOR THE Memory of Loved Ones and Friends with lifegiving MEMORIALS to the Heart Fond. American Heart Assn. Bergen County Chapter 285 Engle St. Englewood, N.J.

871-0880 Cards sent promptly to bereaved only. VAM 109 Ramsey, Telephone: 5 Spacious Chapel "Every Service .11 ith Howard (C.Oau tutluiruli, Jlur. morticians family tradition of service since i89s D. Van Emburgh MANAGER RIDGEWOOD AVE. RIDGEWOOD, N.j.

07451 445 0344 II 7650 684-4396 1 EMBURGH-SNEIDER FUSERAL1IOME, AC Darlington Avenue S.J. 07446 327-0030 Large Parking facilities Rendered Professional Competence''' F. Sneider, Owner John J. Feeney Sons Funeral Home 232 Franklin Avenue Hidgewood, N.J. 07 150 Generation of Dedicated Service to llergen and I'asmic (ountiet John J.

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