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Patricia A. Miller June 7, 2014 at 04:04 pm
Thank you, Helen. Pete was such a nice man.
Jenny Novak June 8, 2014 at 08:44 am
I worked for the Division of Fish & Wildlife from 1976 to 1985; the last two years as Pete'sRead More secretary when he was Deputy Director. He was truly a colorful guy, who really cared about the endangered wildlife species, not only in New Jersey, but world-wide. He was an avid sportsman, fisherman, outdoor writer, extremely well traveled & one of the best joke tellers! His many stories were a pleasure to read. He will be missed by many, and whenever I see an osprey, I think of him. Jenny Novak
Bonnie Delaney June 8, 2014 at 09:00 pm
Thank you, Pat Miller for that spot on tribute to Pete McLain. Pete was one of a kind. Gruff, butRead More warmed up when he started talking about his beloved osprey, bay, etc. I will always remember how he rallied shack owners (leases) to build osprey platforms and install them around Sedge Islands.
Photo Courtesy William J. Leber Funeral Home
Bob Vey May 18, 2014 at 10:33 am
May God bless him & his Family.
David G. June 2, 2014 at 10:42 pm
He was a wonderful man and an inspiration to many!
Victoria July 11, 2014 at 05:06 pm
I went to Drew some time ago...and everyone, including myself, loved George..He always wasRead More realistic, but had a funny spin or a funny story to share to make everyone anywhere laugh...and always made a person feel good. I want more of the George type of person around in the world as there does not seem to be many at all.
penny April 16, 2014 at 07:28 am
I will always remember Alan for the generous, kind man he was. He donated whenever asked of him,Read More and would help anyone. Ms. Maloney, you are right, Heaven will be a more beautiful place with Alan designing the gardens there. He was an extremely talented man with a very big heart. RIP Alan.
disgusted homeowner April 16, 2014 at 08:07 am
Mrs. G, hold your tongue and don't badmouth the dead. Alan did alot to help get the Brick HospitalRead More on track to be built going back to the 1970's with fundraising, etc. Give him some credit....
Janet C Suriano April 22, 2014 at 09:50 am
I am truly sorry to hear of Alan's death, I was away and just found out. I was the cheerleadingRead More coach for Brick High School back in the 90's and Alan was truly our number one fan. He was very generous to the girls always donated beautiful center pieces for our banquets. I will always treasure his memory. He will truly be missed.
James Rebhorn
Noel Glaser March 25, 2014 at 09:58 am
This make me very sad. Rebhorn was a true gentleman - the quiet and gentle sort of a person whoRead More understood what really matters in life. Jim communicated this sincere knowing through his honest, open conversations whether in passing on the running track, during community events, or when interviewed. He was a great actor and a wonderful person. He touched a lot of people - what a loss for all of us. I am sending Jim's family prayerful and caring thoughts.
Noel Glaser March 25, 2014 at 10:00 am
Post by Nancy Heins-Glaser. This make me very sad. Rebhorn was a true gentleman - the quiet andRead More gentle sort of a person who understood what really matters in life. Jim communicated this sincere knowing through his honest, open conversations whether in passing on the running track, during community events, or when interviewed. He was a great actor and a wonderful person. He touched a lot of people - what a loss for all of us. I am sending Jim's family prayerful and caring thoughts.
Tanya Watson Dixon June 23, 2014 at 04:53 pm
I use to see him at the S.O. pool on the weekends, he was just an ordinary guy enjoying the weatherRead More and making small talk. My condolence to his family, he was a great actor.
Carmen Berra/Photo credit: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
Barbara P Hughes March 13, 2014 at 11:39 am
It apparently went out to all of the Patch town sites...
Mikka H March 15, 2014 at 07:38 am
who cares....heres a guy whos made a career out of being a dumbass.....and carmen was flush with egoRead More and treated the little people like shit.....witnessed it first hand a a teller in a bank in upper montclair...we remember....it all comes back to bite you in the end....
Ellen Burke March 15, 2014 at 01:10 pm
Wow. Not nice.
Carmen Berra (Photo: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center)
Mimi Neuhaus March 9, 2014 at 08:59 pm
R.I.P. Mrs. Berra. You will be missed
Bob Lyon March 12, 2014 at 04:47 am
Hi Larry: Sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I am certain she will rest in peace.Read More Montclair State University Baseball . Hope all is well with you and your family. bob lyon
polopete March 12, 2014 at 03:05 pm
She was always a class act and they are (not were) a great couple. RIP Carmen. You left this earth aRead More better place because of you and I'm a Met fan. @Sean..The Christies? Be sure to drag politics into everything and continue that divide and conquer attitude.
Bowie Thelonius November 20, 2013 at 01:50 pm
Mrs. Bates was a lovely woman. She was my English teacher in High School. RIP.
Annie Moore November 20, 2013 at 02:01 pm
I remember Peggy as a kind and giving woman who opened her house to a group of us graduate studentsRead More for class meetings. We were a pretty lively bunch, but she handled us all with grace and ease.
Penn Cross November 20, 2013 at 07:29 pm
She was a very nice lady. RIP Mrs. Bates.
Miriam November 30, 2012 at 05:26 pm
This really sucks! I had him as a teacher in High School in the early 90's, and my fiance and hisRead More family use to live next store to him some years back!Really what gives these day's??!! So many loses and like a salt in a wound just before the holiday's.This time of year I lost a friend from High School, my daughter's father to a car accident,my fiance just found out his friend passed away from a parkway accident it goes on and on...RIP Mr. Hankins. My heartfelt prayers to his family.
Miriam November 30, 2012 at 05:29 pm
So true about The Greatest American Super Hero. We use to joke about it all the time! LOL!
KC December 1, 2012 at 06:55 am
This man should be counted as # 7 in Christies Deathtoll count. Sandy was his demise too. May heRead More RIP.
David Vincent March 5, 2011 at 12:04 am
Rangers Lead the Way! Thank you for your exceptional service and bravery Ranger Lomell. When I wasRead More deployed with the 2nd Ranger Batallion in the 1980's, I knew we had some pretty big boots to fill. He was an inspiration to us all, and will continue to be as long as there is a Ranger Regiment. He was the Ranger motto personified, Sua Sponte (Of Their Own Accord). Well done Ranger.
Dale M. March 5, 2011 at 12:19 am
To the family, friends and military brothers and sisters of Mr "Bud" Lomell. It is aRead More great honor to learn and know of Mr. Lomell's heroic efforts, not just on "D" Day but during all of his military service and in his life before and after. Mr. Lomell has impacted all of our lives in ways most of us will ever know or appreciate. Mr. Lomell was obviously a man of tremendous character and lived a life that lead by example. How lucky you all are to have known him. How lucky the rest of us are that he cared enough to live his life in service to God, Country and his fellow man. May God bless you, Bud.
Donna Coulson March 13, 2011 at 03:25 am
It was both a pleasure and an honor to know Mr. Bud Lomell. He has been an inspirational leader toRead More all he has come in contact with in his lifetime--from the battlefield to setting an example as an attory to others and in sharing his story of Pt. du Hoc and the Battle of the Bulge. He appeared as an honoree in many of our commemorative program. RIP, Bud. Donna Coulson Center for WWII & Conflict Resolution Brookdale Community College The Library of Congress Veterans History Project
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