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His writing and vocabulary skills were no less incredible. Although Kirby excelled in the banking world, his true calling was teaching. Not a child nor teenager escaped his inquisitive mind. Many an eye rolled which he usually saw and completely ignored when his questions started, but they were blessed to have had his insight and advice, and have been inspired by him to forge ahead with their passions.

Kirby was gifted with a remarkable brain. He was tirelessly curious about everything and everyone. Sometimes misunderstood by the impatient or judgmental, he was an innate teacher, a generous, soft spoken, caring, and good man. He was a mentor to many, an intense but gentle soul who challenged and encouraged everyone who crossed his path, especially the young, to be the best they could be, work hard and get the very best education available to them, embrace their strengths, and help them set and achieve their goals.

To further his attempt to ensure everyone he cared for never stop learning, his gift to everyone for every occasion, and many times just because, was a book, usually a literary classic, which he could recite from memory, line by line and word by word, or the current SAT study guide.

Kirby was a voracious watcher and reader of current events. But he was constantly bewildered and frustrated how such smart folks, knowing the importance of their positions, could behave so stupidly, with strong emphasis on the current administration. Kirby loved reconnecting with lifelong and dear friends, attending his High School and College Reunions, most recently enjoying his 60 th Reunion of St.

Arrangements were handled by Mather-Hodge, Princeton. At his request, a private celebration of his life will be held at the convenience of his family. Kirby lived a full, adventurous, and accomplished life, and found such happiness over the past decade spending countless hours enjoying family meals, while learning from each other. We miss him and his gentle voice immensely, and are forever grateful for the lifelong lessons he instilled in us, which will be carried on for generations.

Charles Wilbur Ufford, Jr. The son of Beatrice Wistar Ufford and C. Wilbur Ufford, he was born in Princeton on July 8, While at college, he was twice Intercollegiate Squash Champion as well as captain of the tennis team, captain of the soccer team, and an All-American soccer player.

Although a birthright Quaker, he relinquished his Conscientious Objector status to enlist in the U. Army, spending two years at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

Wheeler of Princeton, in He loved to play games, from chess to those he created for friends and family. In Alfred immigrated to the United States to join his father and brother in Princeton, becoming a citizen in He also began work at RCA Laboratories as a plumber in and would remain with RCA for over 15 years, developing many lifelong friendships. In , he became the co-owner of Mazur Nursery with his wife Irene.

Throughout the s and s Mazur Nursery was one of the leading wholesale and retail bedding plant nursery establishments. In , they decided to focus on their local retail customers, offering the broadest and largest and most unique selection of annuals, perennials, and vegetables in the area. Alfred continued to actively lead the nursery through , taking great enjoyment and pride in growing the types and varieties of plants the customers came to appreciate.

Alfred could be counted on to always be at the checkout counter providing gardening advice, guidance, and good conversation to their customers. Always willing to give anyone a chance to work, Alfred served as the first employer for many young men and women, teaching them the virtue of hard work and persistence.

Many of these people would routinely come back to visit with Alfred over the years to catch up and share stories of their time working at the nursery. When not working at his business, Alfred enjoyed traveling with his wife, going to the horse races, visiting Atlantic City, dining out, and watching and attending NASCAR races. Alfred also belonged to M. Perna, two brothers Anthony R.

Funeral services for Alfred were held on Monday, August 20, at 9 a. Interment followed at St. Hedwig Cemetery, Ewing, NJ. To send a condolence to the family please visit www.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy Porter Morrill, and four daughters: Morrill began his over 60 year career in public service in successive posts in the Directorate of Manpower and Organization, United States Air Force.

He then returned to the Federal government as Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at what is now the Department of Health and Human Services from Morrill was recruited to join the team responsible for creating the new U. Fellow of Mathtech, Inc. Over the years Mr. Morrill authored and co-authored several professional reports, chapters, and publications; he received many honors and awards throughout his career, including Lifetime National Associate of the National Academy of Sciences.

In he published his memoir: Bill Morrill was a true Renaissance man: For the full obituary and information concerning a memorial service, please contact Joseph A. Carolyn Hansen Jones of Stonebridge at Montgomery, passed away on July 26, , two weeks shy of her 93 rd birthday. There she met and married George Jones, her husband of 52 years, until his death.

Together with their four children, they worked and traveled throughout the Middle East, before moving to England, then Singapore, finally returning to the States after 20 years overseas. Carolyn is predeceased by her parents, her five siblings and husband, George. She is survived by a daughter, three sons, their spouses, and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are by Mather-Hodge, Princeton. Memorial services are private.

Gail Liebmann died on August 4. She was born in Manhattan in to Sarah Weinstein and Raphael Liebman, joining four siblings, all of whom were unprepared for but thrilled with her arrival. Her birth name was Abigail, which she shortened to Gail well before entering Seward Park High School, from which she graduated early and with high honors. When she was 16, she was introduced by a mutual friend to her future husband, Abe Liebmann, because, though spelled differently, they shared a last name.

Their marriage would last until his death over 60 years later. Born in Cincinnati, OH and was a resident of Princeton. Stacy enjoyed spending time with her family as well as traveling and reading. She is survived by her husband Christopher M.

Cramer, son William S. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Stuart Fund at www. He was 94 years old. He is preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Joyce West Erdman, and his brother Harold. He is survived by his five children: Charlie, as he was known, was born on Sept.

They soon thereafter started their family and moved to East Dorset, VT where they built and ran a motel for many years in the southern Green Mountains where Charlie imbued his passion for skiing and the idyllic country life he so loved to his whole family. Upon retirement, he and Joyce moved to Stowe, VT and began spending winters in Lake Tahoe, CA and summers back at their beloved Edgartown, and enjoyed many extended visits at both places with their children and grandchildren.

Charlie also became part of the Eskaton Retirement community in his later years where he spent 18 years, making many new friends in this closing chapter of his life. His good humor, generosity, boundless energy, and can-do attitude affected everyone around him and brought out the best in people. But above all his love of his family will always be remembered by those who knew him; he was a larger than life figure whom his children will always cherish and for whom he will always hold a special place in our hearts and memories.

Thompson, 74, passed away on Tuesday, July 24, after a prolonged battle with a rare cancer. Thompson, and his younger sister, Jeanne L.

A native Californian, Richard had been a 40 plus year resident of the Princeton area. He also served as a Board member of the Peddie Parents Association during the years his son attended.

Richard graduated from California State University at Fullerton and, in , was made an honorary alumnus of Miami University, in Ohio, for his philanthropic work. He worked in the metals industry for most of his career. He held patents for several metal fasteners.

Ganz Scrap Metal Inc. He was proud to have his son follow in his footsteps, also serving in the Air Force, after graduating from the United States Air Force Academy. Richard was a voracious reader and avid golfer. He and his family were members of the Bedens Brook Country Club for many years. He also enjoyed time spent with students at Rutgers University.

At his request, there will not be a service. Morrill authored and co-authored several professional reports, chapters and publications; he received many honors and awards throughout his career, including Lifetime National Associate of the National Academy of Sciences. For the full obituary and information concerning a memorial service please contact Joseph A. Weigel, 78, of West Windsor, passed away at home on Monday, July 30, Born and raised in Princeton, Milly spent virtually her entire life in the Princeton area.

Milly loved animals and was a longtime supporter of Pet Rescue of Mercer County. She had a special place in her heart, compelling her to adopt several rescued dogs over the years. Milly often told stories of her experiences growing up on Witherspoon Street, where her father, the late Charles Weigel, owned and operated Rockwood Dairy.

Milly is also predeceased by her sister, Helen Leavitt. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, August 2, , at 11 a. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be immediately preceding the funeral service on Thursday from 10 a.

James Robert McCredie, renowned archaeologist, astute academic, beloved husband and father, died on July 15 at the Princeton Medical Center. He traveled east to attend Phillips Exeter Academy, where he received a classical diploma. Throughout his life, people knew him as a Harvard man. He was one of those fortunate people whose talents, interests, and career aligned. In an interview, Mr.

McCredie once shared the following interpretation of his path into archaeology: McCredie began an association with the island of Samothrace in the northern Aegean that would last the rest of his life.

He joined the small team of archaeologists excavating and researching the Sanctuary of the Great Gods there and assumed the role of director in The Samothracian Great Gods were the center of one of the most famous mystery cults of Greek antiquity, dating to the fourth century BC.

His time as a field archaeologist was generously shared with hundreds of students who thrived under his patient direction and mentoring. He was appointed director of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in , just six years after finishing his dissertation.

He guided the School through unsettling times under the Junta in Greece, putting it at the epicenter of classical studies in Greece. McCredie came to the institute in as an instructor, rose to professor in and served as director from In addition to numerous other awards and distinctions received over his lifetime, Mr.

Beyond the particulars of his prodigious career in academia and classical archaeology, Mr. McCredie will be remembered for his self-effacing personality, his insistence on always giving credit to others, his wry and ready sense of humor, his consummate good judgment, and his patient attention to detail.

Along with considerable travels taken for pleasure with his wife Margaret McLean , these experiences helped inform his pursuit of cooking, a life-long hobby he approached with the same thorough research he applied to his economic policy analyses. After his retirement, he was able to concentrate on his love of cooking, and for ten years held a series of cooking classes for a small group of friends.

An invitation to join Bob and Margaret for one of his elaborate meals always promised a truly memorable feast. He developed a love of science during this time, which landed him at Brooklyn Technical High School. He graduated in with a BS in Chemistry and minors in physics and mathematics. Rumor has it she tripped him on the boardwalk. They would go on to marry on that same boardwalk in July Stuart completed his PhD in His dissertation was on the Adsorption of Poly-Methylmethacrylate, an acrylic now used in everything from airplane windows to intraocular lens replacements.

He conducted post-doctoral work at Brown University. Leaving the world of academics behind, Stuart took a job with Technical Research Institute TRI in which brought him to the Princeton area, before joining Trenton-based Thiokol Corporation where he rose to the level of director of the polymer division before retiring in During his time at Thiokol his specialty was coatings.

Stuart worked on myriad projects throughout his career. One notable project in the age before digital cameras was creating the 3-D lenticular photo development process for Nimslo, a manufacturer which as a result became the number-one-selling 35mm camera for a brief time.

Known for his dry humor and encyclopedic knowledge of everything, Stuart loved art, reading, photography, and listening to music as well as attending live performances — ballet, opera, symphony, and theater.

In the early s he and Elaine frequented Greenwich Village cafes where they happened to catch an up and coming Bob Dylan. Most importantly he was a ubiquitous and ever-present force for his family. Except for a year period from when he relocated for work, Stuart resided in the Princeton area since He is predeceased by his wife, as well as by his parents Bernard and Beatrice.

He is survived by three sons: Donations, in his memory, to the American Diabetes Association www. David was educated in a one room schoolhouse and persuaded to go to Oregon State University where he earned a BS, then on to Columbia University earning a Masters and PhD, all three degrees in Mechanical Engineering, accompanied by several academic honors.

David taught at Columbia as a teaching assistant, instructor, and associate adjunct professor. In , they moved their growing family to Princeton where David was a research associate at Princeton University. They left with four children, returned with five, and were joined by a sixth two years later.

David worked at Exxon Research and Engineering in their corporate research and government labs. He holds numerous patents in this area. His company, PSE, received one of the first U. He was published widely on the subject of high temperature combustion processes.

He pursued his lifelong passion to further just causes wherever the opportunity arose. Forever proud of his roots in the Oregon mountains, David embraced Princeton and the opportunities it gave his boisterous family. An enthusiastic conversationalist, he was always ready to impart hard-earned backcountry wisdom on animal care, tree felling, hunting, motorcycles, camping, and outdoor endeavors of all sorts to his friends, children, and associates.

David is survived by his children: He delighted in his 16 far-flung grandchildren: Visiting hours are 4: James Walsh died on July 13, in Skillman, N.

Walsh was born in Newark, N. He graduated from Newark Academy and Princeton University, where he was a member of the basketball team and the Cannon Club.

Walsh was a member of the Princeton Class of , which was graduated on an accelerated basis in January of that year to allow class members to serve in World War II. Walsh joined the Army and served in the 43 rd Infantry Division as a first lieutenant.

On returning from the war, Mr. He worked as a labor relations attorney for his entire career. After passing the New York bar Mr. They were married in and have three daughters. Walsh and his family lived for many years in Upper Montclair, N. He was most recently a resident of the Stonebridge Montgomery retirement community in Skillman. From his student days onward Princeton University was near to his heart.

He was thrilled to have attended his 75 th reunion in June of this year. Walsh is survived by his wife, Mary H. Jack went to St. Jack also played varsity baseball and basketball. He was transferred to the tank division at Ft. In he received an honorable discharge. He returned from Texas to find Alice waiting for him. They would marry three months later. He worked as an engineer for the Penn Central Railroad for 42 years before retiring. Jack was an avid golfer and a member of the Springdale Golf Course from — He was a club champion and held the course record of 65 for 30 years from until He would eventually be made an honorary lifetime member for his dedication to the game and his love of the Springdale Golf Course.

Jack loved his family. And he loved Princeton. Jack will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers please send any donations to the American Cancer Society.

Katz, 91, who left an indelible mark on New Jersey politics and advocacy from the newsroom, campaign bus, and State House corridors, died at his home in Skillman on Friday, July 13, For 10 years, he reported for the Newark Evening News , much of the time as a political reporter, before leaving to advise the gubernatorial campaign of Democrat Richard J.

Kennedy had accomplished nationally a year earlier. A son of Eastern European Jews, Katz grew up speaking Yiddish and English interchangeably at home, yet carved a career as wordsmith, analyst, and government advocate, exemplifying the ideal of early 20 th century immigrant success. The family moved to Freehold and, in , Kearny, where they operated a delicatessen and liquor store catering primarily to workers in the nearby factories.

He enrolled at Rutgers University for two semesters before enlisting in the Navy, where he served as a radio technician on ships ferrying World War II troops home from China and Japan.

Katz graduated Rutgers after the war and, with G. He joined the Newark News in as a beat reporter. After marrying in , Katz and the former Eileen Wolf, of New York City, raised a family of four daughters, moving from South Orange to Ewing Township to Princeton, where he resided for over 40 years.

After their divorce, he remarried and again divorced. In later years, he and his first wife hosted annual family reunions for their children and grandchildren. Burial followed at Lawrenceville Cemetery. The family suggests that those wishing to make a memorial contribution do so to Rutgers University or the American Civil Liberties Union.

Fred, as he was known to everyone, was born on July 14, in Cleveland, OH. He received a degree in Zoology from Yale University in During his studies, he spent a summer as an intern at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution WHOI , setting the course for the rest of his professional career as an oceanographer. His earliest work was focused on determining why the deep-sea benthic macrofauna were highly diverse.

His theory was that the ocean floor was much like a rain forest where a patchwork of different micro-environments allows animal species to evolve independently. He helped to raise funds for a new building to house the Institute whilst expanding the research and teaching faculty and conducting his own research.

This included an analysis of ocean dumping that led to the end of sludge disposal in U. Later Fred helped to establish one of the first ocean observing stations off the coast of New Jersey and was one of the founders of the Census of Marine Life and Ocean Biogeographic Information System. Fred retired in with 23 years of service to Rutgers University. He has had six species and one genus of polychaetes, three species of mollusks, and three species of crustacea named after him.

Verna Stewart Damon Matthews died in Newport Hospital in Newport, Rhode Island, in a room with a beautiful view of the waterfront and harbor in the distance, in the early hours of July 6th, , after a brief illness. She was born on September 23, in Woburn, Massachusetts. She married John P. They moved back to Princeton in , where she worked for Princeton University as a programming tutor at the Computer Center; then at Trinity Episcopal Church in Princeton as their parish administrator until she retired.

She was a longtime member of Trinity Church and was on its vestry committee. She was formerly a member of the board of the Princeton Historical Society. She leaves behind her two sons John, Jr. Preceding her in death were her husband John; her brother-in-law Thomas S. There will be a memorial service later this month at St. She will be buried at Trinity Church in Princeton in the family plot in early September, following a funeral service there.

The dates and times of both services will be announced shortly. Pirone, 97, of West Windsor died Saturday, July 7, at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Pettoranello, Italy she was a resident of Princeton from until when she moved to Hamilton and later residing with her daughter in West Windsor. She was a member of St. Our family would like to thank all the aides who took such good care of Mom over the years as well as representatives from Adaptive Care Management and recently Synergy Home Care.

The funeral will be 9 a. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a. Friends may call on Wednesday, July 11, from 2 to 4 p. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Robert George Gilpin Jr. Robert Bob George Gilpin Jr. His children Linda, Beth, and Rob were by his side. Please note that a full obituary can be found on https: A quick-witted storyteller with a mischievous spirit, Bob could be counted on to burst into song, recite poems, or dance whenever the spirit moved him.

Bob attended the University of Vermont, where he met Jean Ann Millis who would become his bride, life partner, co-author, cheerleader, social navigator, true love, and source of inspiration in all he did. After graduation Bob served as an officer in the Navy. He continued on his academic path with masters and doctoral work at Cornell and UC-Berkeley before moving to Princeton in with Jean and their growing family. Bob joined the Princeton faculty and earned tenure just five years later. A professor of politics and the inaugural holder of the Dwight D.

Eisenhower Professor of International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School, he was the recipient of numerous fellowships including Guggenheim and Rockefeller,. After Bob retired from Princeton in , he and Jean moved to Greensboro, VT, where their greatest joy was in welcoming family and friends. More recently, they made their home in Shelburne, VT, where Bob continued to follow world affairs, even working on a new book on the Iraq War.

While his scholarship was immensely important to him, the roles that mattered most to Bob were those of teacher, mentor, colleague, friend, father, brother, son, and most important of all, husband. Even after 62 years of marriage, Bob still marveled that he had won the hand of Jean Millis, and was devastated by her death last October. Bob was predeceased by his beloved sister Barbara Schell, but maintained loving relationships with nieces and nephews near and far.

To read the full obituary or leave condolences, please visit www. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the University of Vermont General Scholarship Fund. Bob was raised in Two Rivers, WI. He served in the Air Force Reserves. His professional career started with Arthur Anderson.

The eventual merger of Dean Witter Discover and Morgan Stanley presented his last professional challenge before retiring to Naples only to be met with the challenge of golf. Bob appreciated fine food, wine, and travel, especially to Paris with Michele. In he published Favorite Paris Bistros, his guide to enjoying Paris, for he thought the real heart and soul of Paris could be found in their bistros. Bob was a kind and gentle man with a great sense of humor who loved being with his family and friends.

Some of his favorite family moments were spent sailing on Lake Michigan or the Chesapeake Bay and skiing in Europe and out West. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 43 years, Michele Johnson; stepson, J.

In addition to his parents, Bob was preceded in death by his beloved daughters, Amy Kathryn and Jennifer Parker; his stepson, Andrew Schoen; and his sister, Jane Langert. A memorial service will be held in Naples Saturday, August 4, 11 a.

Contributions in his memory may be made to: He was an honor roll student his entire time there. He began his professional career at Bell Laboratories, later moving on to senior roles with Morgan Stanley and Deloitte. Todd spent his spare time studying Taijiquan for over 40 years. Under the tutelage of master Alex Dong, he became a respected senior instructor. He taught two heavily attended Taijiquan courses at the West Windsor Plainsboro Library, which he offered free of charge.

During his days at Lehigh, Todd became heavily involved in the student activist movement, a passion he would carry with him to his involvement as a founding member of the Robeson Group and Princeton School Board where he served as Chair of the Affirmative Action Committee. Beyond all his pursuits, family was the most important thing to Todd. He will be dearly missed.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, July 8 from p. Conley, 94, of Princeton died peacefully on June 24, The cause of death was from intestinal complications. At age 12 he joined his stepfather, Robert H. Conley, and mother in Chicago, IL. He attended Northwestern University where he was a member of the Naval R. He remained on board for two years, serving as navigator. At the end of the war he returned to Northwestern where he completed his academic work under the GI Bill.

He graduated in with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. In the same year he married Patricia Thompson. He was offered and accepted a job at their Akron, Ohio plant.

In , after the death of his wife in , he married Louise Connolly who was then Director of Guidance at Kent Place School, and upon his retirement he moved to Princeton. He was an avid reader, a rabid Green Bay Packers fan, a consummate Anglophile, and enthusiastic photographer, a hobby that kept him occupied up to his death. He left behind thousands of digitized photos which he had scanned from his large collection of negatives and slides along with 24 hours of 8mm and 16mm movie film which he had edited and transferred to DVD discs.

The bulk of this collection chronicled the activities of his children as they grew. He is survived by his wife, Dr. Conley, along with all 11 of his children from his first marriage: In addition, there are 30 grandchildren, one step grandchild and nine great grandchildren.

There will be a private family service. Lowell Francis Curran, Jr. He went peacefully on Sunday morning two days after his 88th birthday, surrounded by the love and support of his family throughout his final days.

He was a proud graduate of St. He was a lieutenant in the U. Navy, serving as a navigator on numerous vessels during the Korean War. He had a private law practice in Princeton for more than 50 years, was the president of the NJ Association of Trial Lawyers, and served as a Public Defender in Princeton. A lover of history and law, he was known for his ability to engage and speak at length on a wide range of subjects.

A devout Catholic and product of a Jesuit education, he was a weekly presence at St. Paul Church for more than 50 years. He also raised a mixed religion family at home and regularly led the family Passover Seder. He loved skiing and was a regular sight running and later walking his route through the neighborhood every morning.

Due to his extremely rare blood type, AB negative, he was a committed, consistent blood donor. Frank was a scout, announcer, and honorary coach for the Princeton High School wrestling team. A devoted husband and father, nothing made him prouder than the lives and accomplishments of his three boys and their loved ones.

Donations in his honor may be made to The College of the Holy Cross. A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 6, at Paul Church, Nassau Street, Princeton, followed by a burial at the church cemetery. Funeral arrangements are being made by Kimble Funeral Home Lucy was born in Charlottesville, West Virginia.

She had a well-lived and well-traveled life. She loved her jobs as a teacher and a counselor. She touched many lives with her compassion and knowledge. Lucy is predeceased by her husband, John A. Sly and her son, John F. She is survived by her daughters, Melissa and Abigail; her most treasured grandsons, Michael and Nathan Kuncevich; and her beloved son-from-another-mother, David Kuncevich.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Habitat for Humanity, www. To leave condolences for the family, please visit www. He attended the Middlesex School in Concord, Mass. He later went on to attend Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. Gus proudly served his country in the U. He was in charge of scheduling games for over 20 teams each year for all the major sports. Gus was a member of Christ Church in Fitchburg. He enjoyed spending his summers in his home on Lake Hewitt in N.

Funeral service will be held on July 12th at 10 a. There are no calling hours. Burial will be held privately in the Sage family lot in Bernardsville, New Jersey. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to Christ Church Main St.

He was born in Oconto, Wis. He was raised in Green Bay, Wis. Conley, and mother in Chicago, Ill. Michael of Manchester, Me. Richard Connolly of Scottsdale, Ariz. In addition, there are 30 grandchildren, one step grandchild, and nine great-grandchildren. On June 13th, our beloved son Errol Cross McDowell, 18, died in our arms at home in Pebble Beach, California, after a six year fight with brain cancer.

Errol waged his battle courageously and with grace, wit, and selflessness, just as he lived his short glorious life. We loved him so and shall miss him forever. Errol was unique, an emblem of all that is good; he sacrificed his own health while enduring one after another clinical trial to cure his cancer. Often he was the first person to submit to a specific therapy, knowing that while he might not survive, he would be advancing science that could lead to a cure for other children.

Errol was a creative prodigy, playing Joplin on the piano at 10 years old, making his own short films, drawing constantly, and reading voraciously. He appeared in two off-Broadway plays and three movies including the ribald Joe Dirt 2! A private service will be held among family. In lieu of flowers, please visit Canceragogo. James Arthur Floyd, Sr. He was predeceased by his parents, his sister Daisy Banks, and his beloved wife of 62 years, Fannie Floyd.

A private funeral service was held on May 25th. James attended the Trenton Public School System. He attended Trenton Central High School, graduating in , cum laude. He also attended the Trenton School of Industrial Design.

He went on to West Virginia State College and graduated in , magna cum laude. He was president of his class. He was also president of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity during his college years. In , he married Princeton native Fannie Reeves and moved to Princeton. In Princeton, Jim immediately involved himself in civic affairs and local politics. He was elected to the Princeton Township Committee in and was named Mayor in In , a promotion required Jim and his wife to move to Cleveland, Ohio.

Draftsman to Vice President of Personnel, covering domestic and international factories. In , Jim returned to Princeton. After implementing needed changes, Jim retired from ETS in During his life, Jim was a civic activist, serving on many charitable boards and organizing and supporting many causes for the betterment of the community. He advocated tirelessly for education, civil rights, and open housing.

A memorial service honoring the life of James Floyd, Sr. Floral arrangements are welcomed. Charitable donations in the memory of James Floyd, Sr.

Yefeng Pang, 84, passed away peacefully at Rutgers University Hospital in Newark on June 15, , after a courageous month battle with esophageal-stomach cancer. Born in Dalian, China, Yefeng graduated with a B. He came to the U. He was a bookworm and enjoyed painting, singing, playing piano and violin, and swimming.

In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society. Robert Lathrop Ben nett. His family was by his side during his illness. Robert was the son of Ralph and Jane Clayton Bennett. He graduated from Princeton High School in He completed his post-doctoral work at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, which led to a faculty appointment and a subsequent faculty appointment at the Albany Medical College in Albany, N.

He took a hiatus from academia in the early s to pursue an interest in dairy farming. He returned to the scientific community working for NutraSweet, enjoying many roles in a fermentation plant. A few years later he made another bold career move, transferring to a Virginia company programming computerized control systems.

Following the completion of that job, Bob started contract work on projects all over the country, creating or improving various computer systems which run the process industries chemical, pharmaceutical, and water purification, among others. He had recently returned to Alabama and continued to consult on projects from home.

He passed his love of trains, tractors, and music down to his three grandchildren from Jennifer and Ed, all of whom he loved to spoil. Josh shared his passion for Michigan football, and they generally went to at least one game every year. He was thrilled to watch his grandsons play sports and to be GrandBob the Builder. Bob has been a devoted member of the Episcopal Church throughout his lifetime and enjoyed serving as a deacon and lay-reader as well as participating in many of the churches outreach programs.

An accomplished amateur photographer, he loved to hang out at train junctions and watch the trains and photograph them. He loved model railroads and was an avid collector — sadly he never achieved his goal of a whole house model train track! Given his interest in trains and layouts and his computer programming knowledge, it surely would have been amazing!

The service will follow in his childhood church. She was born and lived in Hopewell, until her marriage to Royal James Carroll. Prior to her marriage, LouEtta was a conscientious employee of N. Orson Welles and his Mercury Theater production performed a radio adaption of H. Some listeners mistook the program to be real, convinced that Martians were invading Grovers Mill, N.

They made numerous calls to police, newspaper offices, and radio stations. The show caused nationwide hysteria. During that evening LouEtta worked through the entire night tirelessly reassuring callers that the show was not real. LouEtta was fascinated by the filming process and enjoyed her role in the production. She was a devoted wife, sister, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend sharing her cooking knowledge, gardening, crafting, and sewing talents with all who asked for assistance and she regularly made original creations which she gifted to many friends and relatives.

LouEtta remarried after her husband, Royal passed. She returned to New Jersey after his death to be near her family.

John Stanley Brown Jr. John married Aljean Del Rosso in Together, they lived a devoted family and community life in North Brunswick and Princeton with their three daughters. Among his many other activities, John was an enthusiastic fisherman, a determined golf and tennis player at the Bedens Brook Country Club, and an avid ham radio hobbyist. John and Aljean were prolific travelers, frequenting both family trips to Puerto Rico and parts unknown.

Their latest adventure was a relocation to Coral Gables, Fla. For those who wish to make a donation in honor of John S. Please join us for a celebration of Laura K.

Hill on Sunday, July 1, at 11 a. If you would like to share any memories, please let us know prior to the celebration, as it will be included in the ceremony. She was 92 years old.

Judy was born on May 11th, , in New Rochelle, N. Peck and Frederic C. When she was seven years old her family moved to Rye, N. After attending the Barmore Secretarial School she first worked at Vogue Magazine and then at Junior Bazaar Magazine, where she was secretary to the editor. She was on a blind date when she met the love of her life, Harold B.

Erdman, whom she married on September 25, Judy had joyous times in Princeton with her family and many close friends. Between school, ice hockey, ballet, and playdates, she found time to take her four young children to see the Beatles at Shea Stadium in , an experience none of them would ever forget.

Judy was pre-deceased by her twin older sisters, Anne Cumpston and Jane Halsell, and her loving husband of 65 years, Harold B. She is survived by her four children, Guy Erdman, Fred and Cindy Erdman, Jody Erdman, and Carl and Debra Erdman; nine grandchildren; two great-grandsons; four brothers-in-law; and 18 nieces and nephews.

On Saturday, December 2nd , former Princeton resident Brenda Mary Davies celebrated her th birthday on November 26, , with 20 friends and family at Pennswood Village retirement community in Newtown, Pa. Brenda Mary Davies passed away peacefully on May 10th. Her former husband, Horton Marlais Davies, had passed on May 11, The couple had emigrated from Oxford, England in January , when Horton had accepted a professorship in the Department of Religion at Princeton University where he taught until his retirement in The couple divorced in Richard Lee Landauer, age 55, passed away in Allentown on June 10, He was also predeceased by brothers, Keith Landauer and Mark Landauer.

Richard graduated from Princeton High School, and was a talented carpenter. Richard had a very kind and generous heart, would help anyone in need, and was always a faithful friend. Richard loved the beach, salt and fresh water fishing, and rock and roll. He especially loved his family, and relished family get-togethers and holiday dinners.

Arrangements are under the direction of Stephens Funeral Home, Inc. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to The Allentown Rescue Mission www. Ann Puffer McGoldrick, a resident of Princeton for 51 years, died suddenly on May 23 rd at the age of In , at age 23, she married her beloved John L.

Together, they were a formidable team. They moved to Princeton, where they lived for the remainder of her life. Early on, she worked for the Educational Testing Service, where, among other things, she was instrumental in developing the GRE exam.

Ann was elected to the Board of Education for the Princeton Public Schools for 12 years, and served as President for a number of years. She was deeply committed to the students of Princeton and cared particularly about issues of equity. Her sharp mind, no-nonsense manner, and willingness to speak up on issues she cared about made her an invaluable asset to these organizations. Ann was a strong advocate for the arts, and had a special passion for choral music. She provided volunteer support to the choirs at Trinity Church, and served on the board of Young Audiences of New Jersey.

One of the great joys of her life was The Princeton Singers, the extraordinary singing group, with whom she was involved for 35 years.

As Chair of The Princeton Singers Board, she worked tirelessly to support and foster the group, whose music brought her tremendous happiness. Above all else, Ann was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She was steady, kind, and generous, and was humble beyond measure, always thinking about what she could do for others and wishing to keep herself out of the spotlight.

Those who loved her always had a staunch and loving ally. She was an expert chef, a whiz at the New York Times crossword puzzle, a voracious consumer of political news, and a strong advocate who possessed a rare gentleness and grace. She was a supporter of Democratic causes, except when she saw special talent and wisdom on the other side.

She was genuinely and fiercely egalitarian, with no exceptions. She deeply loved the summers she spent with family and friends on Cape Cod since , and was rejuvenated each year by the natural beauty and solace she found there.

Her absence will be acutely felt on the beaches of Wellfleet this summer, and every summer to come. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Arm In Arm www. In she married Richard G. They returned in to Princeton, N. She is preceded in death by her husband, Richard G. She is survived by her three sons and one daughter, Richard G. Kathryn Gately of DeKalb, Ill. Poole Kathleen Eickman of Rochester, N. Poole Howard Tomlinson of Princeton, N.

Her cremated remains will be buried in Blue Mountain Lake, N. A memorial service will be held in Princeton, N. He worked in the trades and construction for 45 years and belonged to the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 5. For more informaton Google — L. Nobody knows Mercer County golf like Otto Marcolini.

Survived by his great nephew and his wife James and Kristen Steinmetz, Otto raised Jim as his own son and was instrumental in getting him through college. Born in Johnstown, Pa. He also owned a shore home in South Seaside Park where he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.

He was the founder of Spirit of Princeton. He currently was chaplain for the fire company. A member of St. He also started the Blue Mass at St. He was a member and a Chaplain of the Red Knights. He was a member of the Princeton Borough Council. He started a flag burning ceremony to dispose of old flags. Ray loved people, he purchased a fire truck for a dollar and shipped it to Nicaragua so they can save lives. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Jacqueline Nebus Wadsworth; one son and daughter-in-law R.

The Funeral will be held 9 a. Burial will follow in Princeton Cemetery. Calling hours were Tuesday, June 5, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St.

Jerome Kenneth Freedman, 88, passed away peacefully in Princeton, on June 4, He was predeceased by his loving wife, Carol, who passed away in December, Known as Jerry, he will be missed by his large family that includes three daughters, Emily Stollar and Lawrence of Vienna, Va.

Also, bringing much joy to Jerry were his great-grandchildren. Jerry was the son of Dr. Barnett and Lillian Freedman. He grew up in New Haven, Conn. He had his own practice since and had surgery privileges at the Hospital of St.

Raphael and Yale New Haven Hospital. His completed his Ophthalmology Residency at the University of Chicago in , followed by serving as an Instructor from and participating in an NIH Fellowship in Ophthalmology from Jerry was always very involved in the medical community beyond his practice.

They also were longtime members of the Yale Club of New York. When they moved to Princeton in , they placed themselves closer to all three of their daughters but in town with one.

In his early years in Princeton, Jerry devoted many hours a week being recorded at Recording for the Blind, now Learning Ally. His specialty was science related material. Jerry was a big reader and was known to have strong opinions on a rather large range of topics.

His personality which ranged from very quiet and introspective to quite animated, was appreciated by all who knew him. He will be missed greatly. Friends and family are invited to the Nassau Club following the burial at Princeton Cemetery.

Elizabeth Poole Reilly Steele Betty , a year resident of Princeton, beloved mother of six, and grandmother of eight, died May 30, They spent nearly every day of their young lives together, including more than 80 summers at Drakes Island, Maine. There she instilled in each of them an appreciation for place and a devotion to family, as well as the beauty of storytelling as she recreated many wonderful experiences with her loving Daddy, devoted Auntie Bud, and many family and friends.

Betty graduated from Rogers Hall School for Girls, where she was editor-in-chief of the literary yearbook and valedictorian of her graduating class. She attended the College of St. Elizabeth with her cousin, Grace, before transferring to Manhattanville College. There she became an officer of the English Club, earned a degree in sociology, and was awarded a Child of Mary medal.

She also had occasion to meet with actress Dorothy Lamour and director Alfred Hitchcock while they were in town on a movie promotion tour. Betty married in and the couple moved to Charlottesville, Va. She loved the adventure of traveling the country and relished the challenges of independence.

With the births of her first two children in California, Betty found her true calling: The family returned east and lived briefly on Staten Island before choosing Princeton to settle with three, then six, young children. In a year known for the Occupy movement and what became known as the Arab Spring, our lexicographers chose bluster as their Word of the Year for Here's an excerpt from our release that year that gives a pretty good explanation for our choice:.

We got serious in Here's an excerpt from our announcement in Things don't get less serious in Our Word of the Year was exposure , which highlighted the year's Ebola virus outbreak, shocking acts of violence both abroad and in the US, and widespread theft of personal information. Here's what we had to say about exposure in From the pervading sense of vulnerability surrounding Ebola to the visibility into acts of crime or misconduct that ignited critical conversations about race, gender, and violence, various senses of exposure were out in the open this year.

Fluidity of identity was a huge theme in Racial identity also held a lot of debate in , after Rachel Dolezal, a white woman presenting herself as a black woman, said she identified as biracial or transracial. Our Word of the Year in reflected the many facets of identity that surfaced that year. In , we selected xenophobia as our Word of the Year. Fear of the "other" was a huge theme in , from Brexit to President Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric. Despite being chosen as the Word of the Year, xenophobia is not to be celebrated.

It was a year of real awakening to complicity in various sectors of society, from politics to pop culture. From our Word of the Year announcement:. Our choice for Word of the Year is as much about what is visible as it is about what is not. We must not let this continue to be the norm.

If we do, then we are all complicit. Everything After Z by Dictionary. These are the words that defined Change It wasn't trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined

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