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Wanda Spohn Hinds Dies at Age 95

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Funeral Mass For Patricia Baker

Patricia Lynn Baker, 61, of Livingston died Monday, January 5. A funeral Mass was held January 6 in St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Bloomfi eld. Born in Newark, Ms. Baker lived in Nutley before moving to Livingston nine years ago. She was a Spanish teacher for the Roseland Board of Education at the Lester C. Noecker School. The daughter of Audrey F. and the late Charles A. Baker, Ms. Baker is survived by her sisters Susanne Casale, Ginger Scholar and her husband, Richard, Kim Baker, and Lisa Spaner; and a brother, William, and his wife, Audrey. She was also predeceased by her brother, Kenneth.
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Memorial Service For Eli Gorelick, 84

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Offer Funeral Mass For Lonnie Sementa

Yolanda “Lonnie” (Pelosi) Sementa, 87, died at Morristown Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, January 6. The Funeral Mass celebrating her life was offered at St. Philomena’s Church, Livingston, on Monday, January 12. Born and raised in Orange, Mrs. Sementa lived in Livingston before moving to Island Heights in 1982. She assisted her husband, Agostino, in his accounting practice and later assisted her son, Frank, at D’Jais in Belmar. Predeceased by her husband Agostino, she is survived by her children, Frank and Teresa, Gail and Tom, and her three grandchildren.
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Funeral Services For Martha Halper

Funeral services for Martha Halper were held yesterday, Wednesday, at Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapels, Livingston. Mrs. Halper, who died on January 12 at Inglemoor Care Center, was a member of Temple B'nai Abraham in Livingston and a member of Hadassah. Predeceased by her husband, David, and her son, Barry, Mrs. Halper is survived by her children, Elaine and Harris Cahn, and Barbara and Evan Katz, nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to Barnabas Health Hospice, 95 Old Short Hills Road, West Orange, NJ 07052.
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08
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Michael Silverman Is Elected Mayor At Town Council's Reorganization Meeting

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Livingston residents came out en masse on New Year’s Day to the Town Council’s annual reorganization meeting, during which Michael Silverman was sworn in as mayor of the township for 2015. Silverman, a Democrat who served as deputy mayor during 2014, succeeds previous mayor Dr. Michael Rieber. Daena Silverman, Esq. administered the oath of office for her husband, who was unanimously elected by his fellow councilmen.
 
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CITRUS BOWL PERFORMANCE

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Gina Scheskowsky, Samantha Sheng, Brooke Sgobbo, Brooke Cohen, Quinn wright, Mackenzie warren, Arsema Amare, and Rachel McDonald, Livingston High School cheerleaders, were invited by the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) to participate in the 2015 New Year's Day Citrus Bowl Pre-Game performance.
 
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BASKETBALL VICTORY

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The Livingston High School boys' varsity basketball team defeated North 13th Street Tech on Saturday, January 3, at home in the Fitness and Wellness Center.
 
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Not Only an Address, But a Home

During his comments at the Town Council’s reorganization meeting, councilman Rudy Fernandez urged residents to attend Livingston’s 2015 Citizens’ Institute. This program, which was spearheaded by former mayor Arlene Johnson and township manager Michele Meade, is designed to provide perspective and information on local issues. It is an important first step for residents who want to learn how to participate in building our community.
 
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Athletic Director Plans to Retire

After 14 years as athletic director in Livingston, and 42 years in education overall, Patrick Genova has announced his retirement at the end of this school year. “Now is the time to take a deep breath and not worry if it rains or not,” said Genova, who has successfully managed 30 varsity sports at 75 levels in a comprehensive athletic program at Livingston High School.
 

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