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First AID Squad Requests Donations

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FIRST AID SQUAD REQUESTS DONATIONS: This week, the Livingston First Aid Squad mailed a letter to residents announcing the volunteer organization’s annual fund drive. Residents are asked to consider contributing to the First Aid Squad, which works tirelessly to keep our community safe. More information is available in the letter and in the editorial of this edition of the Tribune. Shown here are members Scott Maynard, Charles Tahaney, Elliot Sherman, Barbara Sherman, Darren Smith, Sharlene Komatsu, Maria Abeles, Cindy Katzeff, Wayne Brandt, Cami Massoni, Alex Covan, Pat Ippolito, Daniel Osiecki, Scott Bart, and Al Epstein. Missing from the photo are Michael Barnhard, Daneen DiBernardo, Craig Dufford, Mark Fusari, Nicholas Houmas, Erjon Llaveshi, Craig Melhorn, Stacey Melhorn, Andrew Rosenberg, Noelle Schilling, and Jason Sharenow.

 

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Lancers Win

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LANCERS WIN: The Lancers defeated Newark Academy, 2-1, on Wednesday, September 11, at Kacur Field.The also defeated Newark Eastside, 2-1, on Friday, September 13, on the road. Shown above, senior Zach Greenblatt moves into the ball on a corner kick against the Minutemen. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Coffee For Vets

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COFFEE FOR VETS: Members of the Livingston VFW visited Lyons Veterans Hospital last week, serving coffee and donuts to patients. They also visited fellow Livingston VFW member Nick Pulitano. Shown here are George Walsh, Fred Picini, Brian Boyle, Charlie Quinn, Jerry Wolf, and Don Klenke. George Walsh Photo

 

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Anita G. Hannoch

The family of Anita G. Hannoch regretfully announces the passing of their dear mother and grandmother on September 16, 2019. Anita was the daughter of the late Faye and William Goldman, sister of the late Barbara Schneiderman.

Anita was born January 9, 1931 in New York City. She grew up in Perth Amboy and moved to Livingston in the 1950s. She graduated from Douglass College (Rutgers University), where she met the love of her life, the late Franklin Hannoch, Jr.

They were married for 65 years and raised their children, James and Nancy, in Livingston. They became Florida residents and loved the time they spent living at the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida.

Anita was a member of Mountain Ridge Country Club and the Ocean Reef Club, where she enjoyed playing golf and swimming. She was also an avid mah jongg, canasta, and bridge player.

Nothing made her happier than spending time with her children and grandchildren.

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Lenore H. Turteltaub

Lenore H.Turteltaub, 86, ofToms River, N.J., formerly of Livingston, N.J., passed away peacefully on Sept. 9, 2019.

Mrs. Turteltaub was born in Newark, N.J., and raised in Maplewood, N.J. She graduated from Goucher College and then taught elementary students in East Orange, N.J., and Livingston public schools. In addition, she taught at a private school for children who had recently emigrated from Russia.

Mrs. Turteltaub loved to play the piano and used her talents to create shows for school programs and fundraising events. She loved performing with the company of, the Temple Beth Am Players. Mrs. Turteltaub authored "A Short Cut to Simple Piano Playing" as well as many poems to celebrate family occasions.

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Lenard D. Stingl

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Lenard Stingl peacefully laid down in his final sleep on Saturday, September 14. He was 67 years old, and will join his Dad in heaven with loving arms (his mom’s two Lens).

Len graduated Livingston High School in 1970 and worked at UPS for 20 years.

He leaves his beloved mother, Mildred, and family: his son, Paul Constatino; and his sister, Cheryl Tracey and her children, Michael (Donna) and Megan (Ernesto) and their children, Ethan and Arianna.

He also leaves close friends Alon, Mark and Danny, and his most beloved friend of 50 years, Paula Damico.

Rest, dear Lenard, you will be missed.

Visitation will be held on Friday, September 20, at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home in Livingston, from 4 to 8 p.m.

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Give to Those Who Give To Us

As most of you who have checked their mailboxes this week know, it’s that time of year when we are asked to contribute a little money to an organization with members who work tirelessly – and for free – to keep us safe: The Livingston First Aid Squad.

Letters announcing the LFAS annual fund drive were mailed at the start of this week. This all-volunteer organization, which is celebrating its 70th year, needs our support. It is important for residents and business owners to realize that its 27 active members are not paid. They are our neighbors and friends, who donate countless hours to be there for us during emergency medical situations, as well as provide many other supports and services to the community. These donation request letters help gather funds to support this priceless service in town.

 

 

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Gerry Greenspan

Gerry Greenspan, 77, passed away at home on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, Gerry spent most of his life in Livingston before moving to Florham Park three years ago.

A graduate of Weequahic High School and the University of Maryland, Gerry played with the NBA for the Philadelphia 76ers from 1963 to 1964 and is remembered in the Newark Hall of Fame and the MetroWest Jewish Sports Hall of Fame 2005.

Gerry was the loving father of Jamie and Jill Greenspan, devoted grandfather ofTaylor, Sydney, and Lindsay, and cherished brother of Barbara Drucks and Adele Harris.

A funeral service celebrated his life on Sunday, September 15, 2019, at Bernheim Apter Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel, 68 Old Short Hills Road in Livingston. Interment followed at Beth Israel Cemetery in Woodbridge.

Donations may be made in Gerry's memory to the Lymphoma Research Foundation at www.lymphoma.org.

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Township Council Makes $4M Open Space Purchase

During the regular meeting of the Township Council on Monday, September 16, the Council made the the largest Open Space purchase in the township’s history.

The Council entered into a sale and access agreement with Grackle Hill Lane to purchase “the Straham property,” located at 321 East Cedar Street.

“This is a home run,” mayor Al Anthony said. “This is a nine-acre piece of property for a town that’s very desirable, that a lot of developers would like to develop. Instead the area will be able to be enjoyed for open space and recreational opportunities.”

 

 

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Ordinance Passes to Acquire Property for DPW Building

A proposed ordinance to acquire property to be used for a new township public works building was passed at the Monday, September 16, Township Council meeting.

The ordinance would authorize the commencement of an action under eminent domain to acquire block 102, lot 12 in Livingston. The 8.392 acre parcel of land is currently owned by the Zheng Yaun International Flagship School, LLC. It is located on Industrial Parkway, and is currently an overgrown field.

The purpose of acquiring the property for public use, according to the ordinance, would be to build a new Department of Public Works facility. There have been discussions on whether to renovate or move the existing South Livingston Avenue facility for several years.

 

 

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