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Varsity Basketball Victory

Varsity Basketball Victory

VARSITY BASKETBALL VICTORY: The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team defeated the Bulldogs of Malcolm X. Shabazz High School of Newark, 58-51, at home in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center on Tuesday, February 4. Shown here, Lancer forward Jake Goldstein, #23, scores from underneath against the Bulldogs.

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"Light A Candle For Wuhan"

"Light A Candle For Wuhan"

“LIGHT A CANDLE FOR WUHAN,” a candlelight vigil for the people of Wuhan, China, was held at the gazebo in Memorial Park on Saturday evening, February 8. Wuhan is the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, which has infected more than 40,000 people and killed more than 1,000. The vigil was initiated by three Livingston High School sophomores, Gavin Chen, Yony Nadelson, and Ethan Xiao, to demonstrate support for the people of Wuhan, and the entire world, in the battle against the killer virus. LED candles were provided to the approximately 160 adults and children who attended the event. Children of the Young Parents’ Club members drew the word “Wuhan” and a heart shape on the floor of the gazebo so those in attendance could light the candles and choose a spot to place them. Above, Selena Chen and George Yang participate in the event.

 

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Will Hold Mass For Victoria Mooney

Victoria R. (née Gloshinski) Mooney died on Sunday, February 9, at her home in Ocean Township. Born in Orange, she had resided in Livingston for over 30 years.

She was predeceased by her husband, Cornelius R. Mooney; and her five siblings, Leon, Walter, Laura, Mary Rhoda, and Joseph.

Surviving are her five children: Richard Mooney of Atlantic City, Marianne Beckwith of Mantoloking, Patricia (Michael Schaffter) Mooney of East Hanover, Neil (Kathleen of Wall Township, and Margaret (Robert) Smith of Sandwich, Cape Cod. She is also survived by seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Visitation will take place today, Thursday, February 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the O’Brien Funeral Home, 2028 Highway 35 at New Bedford Road, Wall. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday, February 14, at 10:30 a.m. in St. Catharine’s Church, 215 Essex Avenue, Spring Lake.

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Memorial Service Held For Edna R. Patton, 79

Edna Patton died in her Livingston home on February 4. A memorial service was offered on Tuesday, February 11, at the Shook-Farmer Funeral Home in Roseland.

Born in Newark, Mrs. Patton was a graduate of Montclair State College and later received graduate degrees from Montclair State and Drew University. She was an English teacher at James Caldwell High School in West Caldwell for 25 years, retiring in 2003.

Mrs. Patton is survived by her husband, Robert; their three children, Cindy Alexander and her partner, Scott Cumming; Jacquelyn Stafford and her husband, Thomas; and Robert Patton and his wife, Kristine; and seven grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

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Mass Was Celebrated For Anna L. Piscopo

Anna L. Piscopo (née Amato), 80, died on February 6. She was born in Cimitile, Italy, and lived in East Hanover and in Livingston. She worked as a real estate broker.

A Mass was celebrated in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Orange on Monday, February 10, followed by entombment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery and Mausoleum in East Hanover.

Mrs. Piscopo was the wife of the late Angelo Piscopo; the mother of Alfonso “Al” and his wife, Monique, and Gerardo and his wife, Tally; the sister of Ellena Russo and the late Angelo Amato, Nicolo Amato, and Consiglia Carpinelli, and the grandmother of five.

Condolences may be sent via www.ippolitofuneralhomes.com.

In lieu of flowers, donations to UNICO National, 271 US-46 F103, Fairfield, N.J., 07004, or at www.unico.org, would be appreciated.

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Arthur E. Knutsen

Arthur E. Knutsen

Arthur E. Knutsen, 95, of West Caldwell, New Jersey, formerly of Livingston, New Jersey, passed away Friday, February 7, 2020.

Born in Hoboken, New Jersey, and raised in Brooklyn, New York, by Elsie and Sigvart Knutsen, Arthur would go on to serve his country proudly in the U.S. Navy during both World War II and the Korean War.

Arthur was a member of theVFW, the American Legion, the Disabled Veterans, and the Old Guard of Caldwell. He was a Diesel mechanic for Cummins for 33 years, retiring in 1990.

He lived in Livingston for 41 years before moving to Crane’s Mill in West Caldwell in 2003, where he would lend his services to various committees. Arthur was active in the Grace Lutheran Church community as well, serving as its head deacon.

Arthur was predeceased by his beloved wife of 59 years, Janet Knutsen, and his dear sister, Lillian Boberg.

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Howard Gottlieb

Howard Gottlieb, 77, of Livingston passed away suddenly on February 8.

Howard was born in Newark to Irving and Thelma Gottlieb. He graduated from Weequahic High School, Rutgers Newark, and earned a master’s degree in public administration from NYU.

Howard spent most of his career in civil service, earlier at the Newark Housing Authority, and later serving as the business manager for the New Jersey Department of Corrections at Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women.

An avid poker player, Howard was also one of the founding members of Livingston Pickleball. He was a generous, thoughtful, and loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend.

Pre-deceased by his father, Irving, and his sister, Abby Nudle, he is survived by his wife of 48 years, Suzanne; his daughter, Melissa; his mother, Thelma; and his sisters, Helen Neadel and Judith Gottlieb.

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A Fine-Free Library

Beginning tomorrow, Friday, February 14, the Livingston Library will join several other Essex County libraries in no longer charging fines for most overdue materials. We think this is a great way to encourage residents who have been missing out to return to our wonderful library and all the resources it provides our community.

According to library director Amy Babcock Landry, close to 2,200 Livingston accounts have each accrued more than ten dollars in fines, including 800 accounts classified as juvenile, in seventh grade or lower. Of those accounts, 436 were in use within the last year. The hope is that those hundreds of young readers will return if the worry of overdue fines is eliminated. Typically, fines most affect children and senior citizens, those likeliest to take advantage of the library’s vast array of services.

 

 

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A Well-Earned ‘Thank You’

This past Tuesday, the Livingston Fire Department held its annual inspection dinner. We at the West Essex Tribune would like to mark the occasion by taking a moment to thank our firefighters for keeping our community safe through another busy year.

To the 64 members of our volunteer fire department, thank you for answering nearly 1,200 calls in 2019, at all hours of the day, and in all types of weather.

Thank you for responding to every appliance fire, smoking car, gas leak, water emergency, and carbon monoxide alarm in this ever-expanding community.

 

 

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Wildly Generous Donation to LPI

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 Members of the Rosary Society of Saint Catherine of Siena Church in Pittstown recently visited Livingston Philanthropies, Inc. (LPI) with a “wildly generous” donation of more than 60 designer handbags stuffed with toiletries and cosmetics. “We’ve donated Thanksgiving baskets to Saint Philip’s and Saint James Churches in Phillipsburg and, at Christmastime, we delivered brand new children’s winter clothing to the Friendship Center for New Beginnings in Flemington,” said Rosary Society member Gail Jacobsen, who is shown here sharing a laugh with LPI founder Jeff Friedman “Jeff and I met serendipitously, and once I learned about the wonderful work of Livingston Philanthropies, we wanted to donate right away.” Donna Gallagher, another Saint Catherine’s Rosary Society member, joined Jacobsen at LPI “World Headquarters” (a.k.a. Friedman’s garage in Livingston) to deliver items for the homeless and profoundly poor.

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