The Nutley Sun from Nutley, New Jersey on January 31, 2008 · A23
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The Nutley Sun from Nutley, New Jersey · A23

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Thursday, January 31, 2008
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Carmela Argese A Mass was offered for Carmela (De Vone) Argese, 81, of Nutley Jan. 23 at St. Mary's Church, Nut-ley, after the funeral from the S.W. Brown & Son Funeral Home. Mrs. Argese passed away Jan. 20 at the Arbor Glen Center in Cedar Grove. Born in Newark, Mrs. Argese lived in Belleville before moving to Nutley in 1998. She retired as the program director at Olympic Lanes in Belleville. She was a member of the Belleville Seniors, the Nutley Seniors and the Nutley Chapter oftheAARP. She was the wife of the late Henry Argese, and is survived by her children, Sandra Guinta and Richard Argese; her sisters, Mary Cavico and Theresa Walski, and her grandchildren, Nicole Guinta and Dawn Argese. Dr. Christine Haycock A service was held for Christine E. Haycock, M.D., 84, of Newark Jan. 25 at the S.W. Brown & Son Funeral Home, Nutley. Dr. Haycock passed away Jan. 23 at the Center for Hospice Care at St. Joseph's Hospital in Wayne. Born in Mount Vernon, N.Y., and raised in Richmond, Va., before moving to Nutley, Dr. Haycock went from Nutley High School to the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing. She earned her B.S. degree from the University of Chicago, her medical degree from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center Bloomfield Presbyterian Church on the Green 147 Broad St. Bloomfield 973-743-1796 email: Christ Centered and People Oriented TOUGH WEEK? WE'RE OPEN ON SUNDAY Worship Sundays - 10:45 (10:00 mid June through Labor Day) Sunday School 9:15 ages 2-adult Come see what is growing on the Green! ST. PAUL'S Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) Franklin Ave, & St. Paul's Place, Nutley Sunday School and Morning Worship 10 a.m. Handicapped Accessible You're Always Welcome at St. Paul's 973-667-4812 TO ADVERTISE CALL Celeste Federico 973-233-5014 or Maria Paladino-Fitz 973-233-5042 (1952), and held a masters degree in political science from Rutgers University. She first served in the Army during World War II in the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps. She extended her military career when she obtained her M.D. and became the first woman intern at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, at which time she became the first woman to transfer directly from the U.S. Army Nurse Corps to the U.S. Army Medical Corps. After serving in the United States and Japan, she reverted to active reserve status, ultimately retiring in 1984 at the rank of colonel. She was also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the U.S. Army War College (1977). Dr. Haycock resumed her residency in surgery following her active military service at St. Barnabas Medical Center and a year as a senior resident at St. John's Episcopal Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y. She then returned to Newark and opened a private practice in general surgery. She was a diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. She was a leading expert in sports medicine and was a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. She published widely in this field, particularly concerning women in sport. In 1982, she served as president of the American Medical Women's Association and was a past president of the New Jersey Medical Women's Association. She was long affiliated with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. In United Church of Christ GLEN RIDGE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SERVICE SCHEDULE 8:15am - Communion Service in Chapel 9:00am - Adult Bible School 10:15am - Main Service & Church School 11:30am - Fellowship Hour CHILDCARE IS PROVIDED For information about our many programs, please call the church office The. Rev. Joseph David Stinson, Minister The Rev. Cynthia F. Reynolds, Associate Minister 973-743-5596 0 CI Hi 1ST KPIHCOPAL CIIVliCH 7J rjikke'ui.HolnLsliGfc' RJ-; 0!73 7U-5S11 Sunday Holy Eucharish 8am & 10:30am. Adult Bible Study 9am Child Care Available 9:45, Sunday School 10:15 IfotiyFifrii ftil!LriFjiitf i'rMl rill : y 12 rile n rVDri:6 I'thSift LfitetJl Paiili rti rVnJ Kierki iiliiin Ffefl i' 'iPill. Ii-U'l'liL'iiivjldLLHiJ 1968, she joined the faculty of the New Jersey Medical School as associate professor of surgery and director of emergency services at University Hospital. She retired in 1992 as professor emeritus of surgery. Dr. Haycock's wide interests included amateur radio, photography and videography, and breeding and showing miniature schnauzers, Manchester terriers and Italian greyhounds. The Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine and The College of Physicians of Philadelphia recently presented the fifth annual Alma Dea Morani Renaissance Woman award to Dr. Haycock on Oct. 28, 2004. In their citation it was noted that Dr. Haycock excelled as a physician, teacher and mentor to other women who sought to become physicians. She was best known for her influence on sports medicine for women, her work on the eradication of uterine cancer and her leadership in the establishment of the trauma center at University Hospital in Newark, as well as her post as commander of a trauma unit during her service in the Army Medical Corps. In 2006, she was inducted into the Nutley Hall of Fame. She was the wife of the late Samuel Moskowitz. She is survived by her nieces, Elise O'Neill and her husband, Chris, Mollie Campbell and her husband, Cory, and Jill Libert and her husband, Steve; several grandnieces and grandnephews; her sisters-in-law, Diane Haycock and Helen Brown, and her brother-in-law, Alfred Moskowitz. She was also prede Christian Science Services ceased by her brothers, Mervyn B. and Bethual Jonn Haycock. Christine "Chris" Craig A graveside service was held for Christine "Carrie" "Chris" (Tiger) Craig, 73, of Nutley Jan. 24 at the Methodist Cemetery, Succasunna. Mrs. Craig passed away Jan. 20 at the Mountainside Hospital in Glen Ridge. Mrs. Craig was born in Morris-town and lived in Belleville before moving to Nutley in 1988. A graduate of Newark City Hospital School of Nursing and a member of the Alumni Association, Mrs. Craig was a registered nurse at the Martland Medical Center in Newark, where she worked in the labor and delivery unit and the operating room. She later was a phlebotomist for Roche Biomedical Laboratories, retiring in 1999. She was the wife of the late James Craig. Mrs. Craig is survived by her brother, Allen Tiger. BOB BUSTARD 1-800-710-0360 Financial Freedom THE REVERSE MORTGAGE SPECIALIST A SUBSIDIARY lender inaymactsanK 2007 Registered tradeservice marks are property of Fina r'dyMae Bank, F.S.B (0 2006 Financial Freedom Senior ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE CHURCH 60 Byrd Ave., Bloomfield Saturday Evening: 5:00 pm Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30, 12:15 Weekdays: 7:30 am, 11:30 am Saturday Morning: 8:30 am Holy Days: 7:00 Vigil 7:30 am, 11:30 am, 7:00 pm Rev. Charles ). Miller, Pastor 973-338-9190 SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Evening - 5pm Sunday - 7am - 8am 9: 1 5am - 1 0:45am & 1 2: 1 5pm WEEKDAY MASSES 7am & 8am DEVOTIONS Infant of Prague Novena Tuesday - 7:30pm William F. Fitzpatrick Jr. A Mass was offered for William F. Fitzpatrick Jr., 70, of Nutley Jan. 28 at Holy Family Church, Nutley, after the funeral from the S.W. Brown & Son Funeral Home. Mr. Fitzpatrick passed away Jan.; 24 at his home. Born in Summit, Mr. Fitzpatrick lived in Fort Lee before moving to Nutley in 1968. He worked for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as a sprinkler fitter. Mr. Fitzpatrick served in the U.S. Navy Reserve during peacetime and was a volunteer Nutley fireman at the Yantacaw Chemical Engine Company 1. He is survived by his wife, Florence (Bonaguaro); sons, William and Scott Fitzpatrick; sister, Marie Casler, and her husband, Richard. SEE OBITUARIES, PAGE 26 CALL FOR A FREE HANDBOOK OF ioal Freednm Senior Funding Corporation, a Subsidiary of Funding Corporation "Opening Our Doors To God And The Community" Fewsmith Memorial fc Presbyterian Church 1 444 Union Ave. Belleville 973-759-6869 Church School & Sunday Worship 1 0:00am Ministry of Prayer & Wholeness First Wednesday of the Month 7:30pm All Are Invited To Come Join Us In Worship Pastor - Dr. Jim Horn NUTLEY ABUNDANT LIFE WORSHIP CENTER 390 Washington Ave., Nutley Sunday Celebrations 9am - Sunday Bible School - All Ages 10am - Worship Celebration Children's ministry provided at all sereices Birth to nine years old. Tues: 7:30pm Special Prayer Gathering Thurs: 7:30pm - Revelation Knowledge Seminar (Bishop Peter Bruno Teaching) Abundant Life Academy K-3,4 & 5. Grades One-Eight - Call for more details - 973-667-4329 - Church 973-667-9700 - Academy

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