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He was born in New Jersey on June 1, 1964, a son of the late John and Elizabeth Lynch Bourke. He lived in Far Hills for most of his life until moving to Somerville two years ago. He attended the Matheny School in Peapack and Bedminster Elementary School. (New Jersey Hills)
In 1968 Jose moved his family to Lyndhurst, New Jersey and retired in 1993 from Hobart Service as a technician. Jose was a member of the Church of Notre Dame, Hermitage. He enjoyed gardening and watching boxing and soccer. Surviving are his wife ... (WKBN)
New Jersey, and Missouri. He served in the Korean War and Vietnam War. He proudly served his country and community. Chuck was a Freemason and received his 50 year service award on February 12, 2014. He was member of the First United Methodist Church in ... (Katy Times)
Gregory Brostowicz of New Jersey, and Brian Brostowicz and wife Fatima of New York; three beloved great-grandchildren, Allison, Caroline and Anderson Hayes; and his nieces and nephews, Elizabeth, William, Stephen, Aimee, Richard, Thomas, Mathew ... (American-Republican)
Cutler set the template in terms of discretion. Said his New York Times obituary in 1974: "No man in the Government, except the President, knew more of the nation's strategic secrets; yet no other man so high in the Administration was so little known ... (New Jersey Herald)
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. From an Irish headstone" ? Richard Puz, The Carolinian Grief is a deeply personal experience that cannot be conscribed by any other person. Each person experiences the heartache of losing a loved one differently and...
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