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Funeral Friday For Ann M. Braun

Janet Knutsen, 87, died on Monday, March 2, at Crane’s Mill in West Caldwell. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, March 7, at 10 a.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, Livingston. Born in Staten Island, New York, Mrs. Knutsen resided in Livingston for 41 years before moving to West Caldwell. She was an active member of Grace Lutheran Church, where she was the past president and secretary. She was also active at Crane’s Mill as head of the Welcoming Committee and Food Committee for 12 years. Mrs. Knutsen is survived by her husband of 59 years, Arthur. Visitation will be held on Friday, March 6, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, of Livingston, In lieu of flowers, donations in Mrs. Knutsen's name may be made to Grace Lutheran Church, 304 S. Livingston Ave., Livingston, NJ 07039.
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Funeral Friday For Ann M. Braun

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Feb
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Funeral Services For "Ros" Jacobs

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26
Feb
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Private Service for Mary Evans Sigler

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26
Feb
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Funeral on Friday For Mrs. Morgenroth

A funeral service celebrating the life of Jacqueline Catherine Morgenroth will be held at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 27. Mrs. Morgenroth died at the age of 89 on Saturday, February 21. Born in Rome, New York, she was a resident of Livingston for 65 years. She had been a cosmetician with B. Altman's. Predeceased by her husband, LeRoy and her brother, Don Jackson, Mrs. Morgenroth is survived by her brother, Fred Jackson; three children, Cathy Low, Gary Morgenroth and Cindy Erickson and her husband, Thomas; four grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. The family will receive visitors today, Thursday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home.
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26
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Sophie Erma Barnes

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Feb
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It's a Scary World

It's a scary world out there these days. The news is fi lled with stories of all sorts of crimes. Right here in Livingston, an elderly resident was recently robbed by a man posing as an employee of the water department checking for low water pressure in the area. The man did not show any form of identifi cation and the trusting resident allowed him into her home. Fortunately, she was not injured and suffered only a loss of property. Gone are the days when we could leave our homes and cars unlocked. This week, mayor Michael Silverman has written an article for the Tribune reminding residents not to allow anyone into their homes without proper credentials, and providing other safety tips.
 
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26
Feb
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Nancy's Notebook

By Nancy B. Dinar

 

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Feb
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THE LANCER WINTER BASEBALL CLINIC

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Sponsored by Sports U of Livingston, was held at LHS on Sunday morning, February 1. The clinic highlighted the baseball skills of base running, throwing, and fi elding. Shown holding their baseball gloves, the oldest youth clinic group takes a break from the fi elding session. The coaching staff are all members of the LHS 2009 GNT championship team.
 
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State and Local Officials Call For PARCC Test Moratorium

The Livingston Board of Education on Monday evening approved two resolutions, one urging a moratorium on the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) testing and one urging an end to the superintendent salary cap. As of Monday night, the district had received approximately 400 letters from parents asking that their students not take the PARCC assessments, interim superintendent of schools Jim O'Neill announced.
 

 

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