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Born in New York City, N.Y., and raised in New Milford ... She served as an elementary school teacher at Sacred Heart School in Dover, St. John the Baptist School in Jersey City, Blessed Sacrament School in Bridgeport, Conn. and Colegio Catolico in ... (New Jersey Hills)
Sally is survived by her brother, Newton Lamson, of Ridgewood, New Jersey; children, Leslie Rowson, of Atlanta, Georgia; Stevie Gowdy, of Cortez, Colorado; Stewart Tuttle, of US Virgin Islands; Sue Watson, of Flagler Beach, Florida; Chris Newman ... (Durango Herald)
Corzine, a former governor of New Jersey, was among the worst offenders ... On June 2, 1883, John Grant’s obituary appeared in The Evening Observer, a local newspaper. As brief and terse as his wedding announcement, the notice merely reported that ... (New York Times)
Smith passed away peacefully on Feb. 9, according to her obituary. She was 90 ... she would graduate with a teaching degree from Shaw University. Moving to the New Jersey/New York area, she earned a cosmetology license and a master’s degree from Kean ... (Morristown Green)
Sandra and her husband, Dr. Luis F. Fernandez, lived in New Jersey for 39 years where they raised their children. Her family brought her so much pride and joy as did her wonderful husband, Luis. She enjoyed playing tennis and golf with family and friends ... (Daily Courier)
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