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Retires From Diversity Committee

Retires From Diversity Committee
Retires From Diversity Committee
Retires From Diversity Committee

RETIRES FROM DIVERSITY COMMITTEE: Keith Hines was honored on his retirement as co-chairman of the Livingston Committee of Diversity and Inclusion (LCDI) on Sunday, February 23, at Nero’s Grille in Livingston. More than 60 friends, family members, and elected officials honored Hines for his 22 years of service to Livingston. Attending were Livingston Township Council members Al Anthony and Michael Vieira; former Livingston mayor Arlene Johnson; and Essex County freeholder Pat Sebold. LCDI co-chairman Billy Fine and several guests toasted Hines. LCDI member Mike Ramer organized the event. Shown here, Hines (seated, at center) poses with a crowd of people who attended the event. At right, Hines plays violin as musician Ben Zabel looks on. Below are Fine, Carol Hines, Keith Hines and former Livingston mayor Arlene Johnson.

 

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Celebrating Retirements, History and Voting

At the end of this week, two respected Livingston police officers will leave the department. Effective March 1, Lieutenant Reese Riley will retire after 26 years of service, and Sergeant Deborah Shumaker will retire following 27 and half years in law enforcement.

Additional information on Lt. Riley and Sgt. Shumaker will be featured in next week’s edition of the West Essex Tribune, which will be sent to every household in town, but we wanted to briefly acknowledge them in this week’s paper before they exited the force and enjoyed some well-earned time off.

 

 

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Services Were Held For Tanya Tabak, 83

Tanya (Hodes) Tabak, of Verona and Boca Raton, Florida, formerly of Livingston, died on February 10. She grew up in Brooklyn.

Mrs. Tabak taught high school social studies, co-owned two child care centers, and was a child care director for Catholic Charities.

Predeceased by her husband of 63 years, S. Charles, in 2017, she is survived by two daughters, Elissa (Frank) Lombardo and Karen (Steven) Honig; a brother, Eugene Hodes; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Services were held February 13 with arrangements by Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research (lustgarten.org) or the Foundation for Diabetes Research (njdiabetes. org) .

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James J. Ernst

James J. Ernst, 80, of Livingston, passed away Saturday, February 22, 2020.

Born in Elizabeth to Edna and Charles E. Ernst. James served his country proudly in the U.S. Air Force.

He was the devoted husband of Margaret (Peg) Ernst; the loving father of Daniel J. Ernst and his wife, Linda, and Gregory S. Ernst and his wife, Lacie; the cherished grandfather of Jack, Kyle, Olivia, Ava, Leah, and Kate Ernst; and the dear brother of Nancy Knight and her late husband, Reese, Peter A. Ernst and his wife, Gail, and the late Carol Lieurance. James is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and close friends.

The family will receive relatives and friends for a memorial gathering at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, 145 East Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, on Saturday, February 29, from 1 to 4 p.m.

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Mass Was Celebrated For Elbio E. Ermossi

Elbio E. Ermossi, 81, died on Wednesday, February 19. He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, to Dominga and Alberto Ermossi.

He was the husband of Delia Ermossi; the father of Rossana Mattia and her husband, Jim, and Fabiana Di-Gregorio and her husband, Thomas; the grandfather of six.

A Funeral Mass was offered at St. Philomena Church, followed by a committal service at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover, on Tuesday, February 25.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Mr. Ermossi’s name to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, www. mskcc.org would be appreciated.

Condolences may be left at quinnhoppingfuneral.com.

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Residents Work Together to Find Lost Dog

Residents Work Together to Find Lost Dog
Residents Work Together to Find Lost Dog
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Cody, a small brown Havanese was safely returned home after he went missing for several days last week. He was reunited with his family, thanks to a helpful community, with many residents keeping tabs on the missing dog and reporting his whereabouts on social media.

Below, in their own words, Debbie and Yarin Kirchen, who were pet-sitting for Cody, detail the experience.

 

 

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Registration Opens For Township Pools

Livingston residents may now register for renewal and new memberships to the town’s community pools.

A variety of memberships are available, including weekend, weekday, half season and full season memberships for families, couples, individuals, and seniors.

 

 

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Patrols Added To Five New Streets

The Livingston Police Department is continuing its increased patrols on five different streets this week, according to Chief Gary Marshuetz.

In the upcoming week, the police will perform radar enforcement and address other traffic safety concerns on West McClellan Avenue, Westmount Drive, South Ashby Avenue, Crescent Road, and Sycamore Avenue.

 

 

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Citizen of the Year

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: Brian Boyle of Livingston has been named Livingston UNICO’s “Citizen of the Year” for 2020. A Vietnam veteran who has been active in town, he will be honored for his many years of volunteer service to both the community and the nation. The award will be presented at UNICO’s 65th annual Awards Brunch, to be held on April 18 at the Hanover Manor in East Hanover. For more information, contact Matt Ladolcetta at mjladolcetta@verizon.net.

 

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Exciting Finish

EXCITING FINISH
EXCITING FINISH

EXCITING FINISH: The Lingston High School varsity boys’ basketball team led Millburn High School for most of the game on Thursday, February 13, and built a 36-24 lead by the end of the third quarter, but Millburn came back at the end of the game getting to within one point, 43-42. Livingston, however, scored once more to win the game, 44-42. Shown above, Livingston’s Evan Goldenstein, #11, shoots under the basket past the Millburn defense. At right, Livingston’s David Gbadamosi, #33, scores with Millburn’s Austin Wolk, #3, and Benjy Goldberg, #10, defending during third quarter action.

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