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Born in Jersey City, she lived most of her life in Kearny, before retiring to Belmar in 1988 ... 414 9th Avenue, Belmar NJ 07719 or Meridian Hospice Care, 1345 Campus Pkwy, Suite 82, Neptune, NJ 07753. To post an online condolence to the family, share ... (legacy.com)
Adele Dunlap, a lifelong New Jersey resident and the oldest person in America ... The former Adele Henderson taught school briefly in Kearny and raised her three children in Short Hills. Her husband, Earl Dunlap Sr., who worked in insurance, died in ... (North Jersey)
Kearny won the Hudson County Tournament with a team total of 2,212 pins at Hudson Bowling Lanes in Jersey City. HUDSON COUNTY TOURNAMENT RESULTS: 1-Kearny, 2,212. 2-Hoboken, 2069. 3-Bayonne, 2,032. 4-North Bergen, 1,933. 5-Dickinson, 1,840. 6-Snyder, 1,835 ... (New Jersey High School Sports)
He was born in Kearny, NJ on June 1, 1934 the son of the late George Carl Schramm ... 2016 at his residence... Read obituary at Asbury Park Press. Brunswick Beacon, The George Carl Schramm, 82, of Supply, passed away Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016, at his ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
Mrs. Hennis passed away on Sunday, December 25, 2016. Mrs. Hennis was a resident of Kearny, New Jersey at the time of her passing. She was married to James. The funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday Dec.... (legacy.com)
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