Obituaries

Thu
07
May
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Livingston Resident David A. Sabo Dies

David A. Sabo of Livingston died on April 15, at the age of 88. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Sabo was a Navy veteran of World War II. He attended Bard College and Syracuse University Law School. He worked as an executive vice president with various companies including Restaurant Associates and Benihana of Tokyo. In his last position, he served as president of the Gorham Hotel in Manhattan, New York. Mr. Sabo is survived by his wife of 47 years, Marcella Mendel Sabo; and his children, Jeanne Rothenberg, Charles Sabo and Darcy Martin; six grandchildren and a sister, Rita Weingold. His son, Douglas Green recently predeceased him.

Thu
30
Apr
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Funeral Services For Dr. Victor Kasner

Thu
30
Apr
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Yola Morano Dies at Home

A Mass of Christian Burial was offered in St. Philomena Church on Monday, April 27, for Yola (Perrini) Morano, who died at the age of 88 on April 22 in her Livingston home. Born in Orange, Mrs. Morano moved to Livingston in 1953. Predeceased by her husband, Salvatore, and her daughter, Marilyn, she is survived by a son, Robert and his wife, Dawn; and three grandchildren. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to Vitas Hospice and Palliative Care at vitas.com.
Thu
30
Apr
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Offer Mass Today For Harold Jordhoy Jr.

Harold "Brandt" Jordhoy Jr. died at the age of 66 on April 24 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. A Mass will be held today, Thursday, April 30, at St. Therese R.C. Church in Succasunna, where he was a parishioner. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Jordhoy was raised in Livingston and resided in The Woodlands, Texas for 20 years before moving to Mine Hill. Prior to his retirement in 2012, he had been a computer information technician at Exxon Mobin in Houston, Texas. Mr. Jordhoy is survived by his wife, Linda; his daughter, Kara of Hoboken; his mother, Dorothy Jordhoy of Basking Ridge; and his sister, Judith Battista.
Thu
23
Apr
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Lucy Ting Dies In Pennsylvania

Lucy S. Ting, 93, of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania died April 16 at Phoenixville Hospital. Born near Suzhou, China, she left China in 1948 to pursue graduate study in economics at Montana State College in Bozeman, Montana. There, she married Andrew P. Ting, to whom she was married for 55 years until his death in 2003. Mrs. Ting had been a long-time resident of Livingston before moving to and Allentown, Pennsylvania. While living in New Jersey, she had a career with the NJ Department of Transportation. She is survived by two sons, Harold of Berwyn, Pennsylvania and Ernest of Oakland, California; and five grandchildren.
Thu
16
Apr
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Christine Bellas

Christine M. (Toye) Bellas died on April 5, at the age of 72. Born in Jersey City, Mrs. Bellas lived in North Caldwell before moving to Livingston seven years ago. The principal of School 2 in Little Falls for 20 years, Mrs. Bellas spent 40 years in education. A "Woman of the Year" for the Little Falls Woman's Club, she was a parishioner at St. Catherine Roman Catholic Church in Cedar Grove. She is survived by her son, Keith and his wife, Pamela; and her father, Frederick. Her mother, Helen Roye, and a son, Kenneth, predeceased her. Funeral services were held at Gaita Memorial Home in Little Falls.
Thu
16
Apr
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Nanci Scheeler

Nanci Scheeler, 79, died on Monday, April 13. The Funeral Mass celebrating her life will be offered at St. Raphael’s Church, Livingston, on Thursday, April 16, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Scheeler was born in Brooklyn and had lived in Hasbrouck Heights before moving to Livingston 45 years ago. She retired as accounts manager for Success Advertising in Livingston. Predeceased by her husband William, she is survived by her sons, Joseph and William (Nisha), her sister Lillian Britz, and her two grandchildren. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Susan G. Komen, North Jersey, 44 Middle Ave., 2nd Floor, Summit, N.J. 07901.
Thu
16
Apr
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Doris Barrett

Doris Crumlish Barrett, best known as "Nana," died on April 10, after a short illness. A Mass was offered on Tuesday, April 14, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Born in Newark, Mrs. Barrett grew up and raised her family in Livingston,before moving to Millington, and then  to "Beau Cheval Farm" in Bedminster. A winter resident of the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida, Mrs. Barrett remained a member of Roxiticus and Card Sound Golf clubs for many years, accumulating a number of trophies. Preceded in death in 2002 by her husband of 57 years, Emmett Ray Barrett, she was the mother of Timothy and Randy Barrett and Robin Forish; grandmother of seven and greatgrandmother of nine. Memorial donations can be made to an Alzheimer's, Cancer, or Catholic Charities of one's choice, paying it forward.
Thu
09
Apr
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Robert Rubin Dies After Long Illness

Robert Paul Rubin, known as "Bob," died on April 3 following a lengthy illness. A memorial service was held April 6 at the Hillsborough home of Ken and Amy Rubin. Born and raised in Newark, Mr. Rubin was graduated from Weequahic High School in 1949 and attended Syracuse University. He was graduatedfrom Seton Hall Univeristy.  He served in the U.S. Army in the Mountain Division in Germany shortly after the Korean War. Mr. Rubin was married to Marian Seid from 1960 to 1986, They resided in Livingston, where they raised two sons, Kenneth and Jonathan. While in Livingston, he played the violin with the Livingston Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Rubin married Lila Levine in 1987 and they resided in Verona before moving to Bloomfield. As a commercial real estate professional, Mr. Rubin worked for the last 20 years with NAI James E. Hansen in Hackensack. He previously was employed with Feist and Feist in Newark and with Helmsley Spear in Somerset. Surviving Mr.

Thu
09
Apr
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Peter Tenewitz Dies at Age 90

Peter A. Tenewitz, 90, died on Monday, April 6. There will be a memorial gathering at the Quinn- Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston, on Friday, April 10, from 4 to 8 p,m. Everyone is invited directly to St. Philomena’s Church in Livingston, for the Memorial Mass on Saturday at 11 a.m. to celebrate Mr. Tenewitz's life. Born in Palisades Park, Mr. Tenewitz lived in Livingston for more than 50 years before moving to Toms River in 2013. He was a Lieutenant Junior Grade in the US Navy and served in the South Pacifi c during World War II. He received his undergraduate degree from Ursinus College and his master’s degree from Montclair State University. A teacher at Columbia High School in South Orange/Maplewood for more than 35 years, Mr. Tenewitz was chairman of the Math Department, retiring in 1992.

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