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Funeral Service Held For Joan Pence, 91

Livingston resident Joan Pence died at the age of 91 on June 8 after a brief illness. Born in Boston, Massachusetts Mrs. Pence lived in New Jersey and in Livingston most of her life. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Reed Pence; son, Ron and his wife, Diane, of Davie, Florida; daughter, Carol Prewitt, of Hazlet; son, Gary Pence, and his wife, Anna, of Bridgewater; daughter, Cheryl Satarino, and her husband, Tom, of Carmel, Indiana; son, Greg Pence, and his longtime companion, Delia Lombardo, of Morris Plains; and daughter, Darlene DeDominicis of Wilmington, Delaware. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Flowers may be send to the Dangler Funeral Home and memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
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Funeral Services For Peter Tinessa

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Deborah Monaco Succumbs to Cancer

Deborah L. McCaffery Monaco, 57, died Sunday at VNA Hospice after a long battle with lung cancer. Born in Newark, she was raised in Livingston before moving to Scranton, Pennsylvania. The daughter of Joyce Speenburgh McCaffery and the late Hugh McCaffery, Mrs. Monaco was a graduate of Livingston High School. She is survived by her husband, Mark Monaco; a son, Matthew of Scranton; a daughter, Kimberly of Lebanon; three grandchildren; and two brothers, Tommy and Michael McCaffery. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Patricia McCaffery. A memorial service will be held today, Thursday, June 18, in the Davies & Jones Funeral Chapel, Scranton.
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Funeral Services For Samuel penn

Samuel Penn of Livingston died at the age of 89 on June 15. Services were held on Tuesday, June 16, at Bernheim Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel. Following Mr. Penn's service as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division during World War II, he was graduated from New York University on the GI Bill. He began his career as an insurance underwriter. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Rochelle; his son and daughter-in-law, Fred and Donna Penn; his daughter and son-in-law, Elaine and Gary Titunick; and by his two granddaughters. The family will be sitting Shiva at the Titunick's house through Sunday, June 21. The family has suggested that memorial donations be made to the Livingston First Aid Squad.
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Service on Saturday For William Endres

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Jun
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Board Appoints Steiger; Boland to Be Named Next

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When open positions need to be fi lled, sometimes the most qualifi ed individuals are in the house, said interim superintendent of schools Jim O'Neill at the June 8 Board of Education meeting.
 
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Chirls and Funt Announce Candidacies for School Board

Two residents have announced their candidacies for the Livingston Board of Education in the November election. Incumbent Pam Chirls and former Board member Barry Funt are each seeking re-election for three year terms on the school board. Chirls’ first three year term will expire at the end of this year as will the one year term of Board member Ronnie Konner. Funt had served one term on the Board but was not re-elected to a second term in 2014.
 
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Honored by UNICO

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Livingston UNICO honored student-athletes from Aquinas Academy, Heritage Middle School and Livingston High School at the 29th annual Dominick Crincoli Memorial Sports Award Breakfast.
 
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Sunday Dodgers Defeat Staten Island Dragons

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The Livingston Dodgers of the U.S. Over Thirty Baseball League, Sunday Division, defeated the Staten Island Dragons on Sunday, June 7, at the Livingston High School field. The final score was 6-4.
 
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Make Bicycling Safe

Some 300 people turned out for Livingston's third annual Bike Livingston event on Sunday. People of all ages, all sizes, and all ethnic backgrounds started from the township's parking lot, adjacent to the YMCA, and traveled around to see Livingston in a different way – from the seat of a bicycle. There were four mile, seven mile and ten mile routes that had been mapped out to provide a safe and relatively fl at view of our town.
 

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