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Gordon Bell

Gordon E. Bell, a lifelong resident of Livingston, died Monday, September 15. Visitation will take place today, Thursday, September 18, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. Funeral services will be held there tomorrow, Friday, September 19, at 10 a.m., with interment to follow at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in East Hanover. Mr. Bell was a past Exalted Ruler of Livingston Elks' Lodge 1855. He is survived by his wife, Theresa Bell; his son, Jason Bell and his wife, Darleen; a brother, Walter Bell and his wife, Laura; a sister, Carol Gabriel and her husband, Duke; four stepchildren; and two grandchildren.

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18
Sep
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Brendan Tevlin

A fund has been set up at Seton Hall Preparatory School in West Orange to honor the memory of Brendan Tevlin. The 19 year old Livingston resident was tragically murdered in West Orange on June 25. Shamrock t-shirts and "Good Vibes and Easy Living" bangle bracelets, designed and made in Tevlin’s honor, are available for purchase as part of the fundraiser. The t-shirts are white and feature a green shamrock with Tevlin's inititials. The intention was to sell 500 shirts; 520 had been sold at press time with $9,960 raised so far. The hand made, hand stamped, adjustable bracelets are currently on backorder. The scholarship was established and the items created in an effort to continue the avid surfer's spirit of "good vibes and easy living." All money will be donated to Seton Hall Preparatory School. The goal is to name the school's game field after him.

Thu
11
Sep
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Contractors continue removing

Old sections of block curbing and installing new Belgian block curbing and drop curbs for driveways, on sections of South Ashby Avenue near the intersection with Spalding Drive.
 
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LHS Soccer Team Wins First Two Games

The Livingston Lancers boys' varsity soccer team has gotten off to a 2-0 start with victories over Newark East Side and MKA. On opening day, the Lancers were host to Newark East Side and took a 1-0 lead midway through the first half. Senior Alex Sugarman sent a through ball past two defenders and, as the East Side goalie came off his line, junior Cole Charney raced onto the pass and caused the ball to change directions by tipping it past the charging goalie.
 
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Volleyball Team Wins Home Opener

The Livingston High School girls' volleyball team began the 2014 season with wins over their first two opponents for an early 2-0 record. The Lancers won their first match of the season, by scores of 25-10, 25-18, against West Essex on Friday.
 
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Business Students Earn Honors At National Conference

Livingston High School students Justin Leff, Dan MacBlane, Michael Segal and Robbie Roisenberg were recognized at the September 8 Board of Education meeting for placing first and second in business events at the FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference that was held in Nashville Tennessee in late June.
 
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11
Sep
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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Approximately 5,880 Livingston public school students returned to the classroom on Thursday, September 4.
 
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11
Sep
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Board of Education Hears Updates About Technology and Construction

The Board of Education meeting on September 8 began with a moment of silence in memory of Lou Venza, a former Board member who died last week. "He was a great guy who loved this town," said president Barry Funt. "He will be missed." Interim assistant superintendent Jim O'Neill said that one of the nicest things is to recognize students who have special accomplishments; he congratulated four Livingston High School seniors who earned top places in a national business competition (see photo and article in this issue).
 
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11
Sep
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School's Open, Drive Carefully

Every fall, Livingston police offi cers post signs provided by AAA reminding drivers to be more careful now that school is back in session as more than 55 million children across the United States head back to school. With 13 per cent of those children typically walking or biking to their classes, AAA annually warns drivers to be especially vigilant for pedestrians before and after school hours. The afternoon hours are particularly dangerous – over the last decade, nearly one in four child pedestrian fatalities occurred between 3 and 7 p.m.
 
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James DeLucia

James N. DeLucia died at age 91 on September 4. A funeral Mass was held on Monday, September 8, in St. John Vianney Church, Stockholm. Born in Newark, Mr. DeLucia was one of 12 children born to Rose and Joseph DeLucia. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and participated in the Battle of the Bulge. Mr. DeLucia married Angelina De- Vito on November 24, 1946, and the couple raised two children in Newark before moving to Livingston and later settling in Oak Ridge. He is survived by his wife, Angelina; his son, Thomas DeLucia of Jacksonville, Florida; his daughter, Bernadette Halczli and her husband, Michael, of Oak Ridge; his sisters Lucy Hernandez and June Haber, and three grandchildren.

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