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Irwin S. Gleich
WESTFIELD — Irwin S.
Gleich, 76, died Dec. 30 at St.
Joseph Hospital in Savannah,
Ga.
." He was born in New York
City and lived in Westfield
before moving to Hilton Head
Island in 1989.
During World War II, served
in the U.S. Army Signal Corps.
He graduated with honors
from the City College of New
York.
He had been a certified public
accountant and was active in
the Westfield
Community
Players theater troupe.
He was a partner in N.
Tannenbaum & Co., the
accounting firm he was associat-
ed with for 38 years.
He was a member of the
Townsend
Harris
Alumni
Association and the American
Institute of Certified Public
Accountants.
Surviving are his wife,
Gladys Wechsler Gleich, and
daughters Debra of Burbank,
Calif., and Cynthia Meryl Gleich
Agress (and husband Ted) of
Westfield.
A memorial service was held
Wednesday in Hilton Head
Island.
Memorial donations may be
sent to American Diabetes
Association, 2711 Middleburg
Drive, Suite 205, Columbia, SC
29204.
Jerome Morrow
Obituaries
WESTFIELD — Jerome
Samuel Morrow dkul Dec.'24at
his home.
He was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and lived in Mountainside
before moving to Westfiold in
1978.
Ho served in the U.S. Army
during tlu» Korean \Y;u\
Ho graduated from New York
University.
Hi< developed i\ transdormal
delivery system for medication
while with Cibu-Geigy Corp.
Uiow Novartis Corp.). lie
retired from Cibn-Ctcigy in
Kenneth Iversen
Past UCC president
1992 as its director of medical
affairs, based in Summit.
lie was a member of the
American
Board
of
Rheumatology, the Masonic
lodge in Westfield and the
Salaam Temple in Livingston.
Surviving are his wife,
Phyllis Heder Morrow, and
daughter Lisa.
i
Graveside services were held
Dec. 26 at Mount Ararat
Cemetery in Fnrmingdale, N.Y.
Arrangements were by the
Menorali Chapels at Millburn,
in Union.
CRANFORD — Kenneth W. doctorate from NYU in 1945.
Iversen, 88, a past president and
Dr. Iversen was born in
former dean of Union County Schenectady, N.Y., and had lived
College, died Friday at Rahway in Cranford since 1949. He was a
Hospital.
member of the Cranford Kiwanis
He also was a professor at the Club.
county college and retired in
Surviving are his wife of 61
1978 after a 32-year career on its years, Mildred F.; a daughter,
main campus in Cranford. In Carol Diane Iversen of Cranford;
addition to his college duties, Dr. and a son, Gary Kenneth Iversen
Iversen headed the Cranford of
Salinas,
Calif., and
adult school.
Huntington, N.Y.
He received a bachelor's
Private arrangements were by
degree in liberal arts and psy- the Gray Memorial Funeral
chology from Louisiana State Home in Cranford. Donations
WESTFIELD — Salvatore J. DiFonzo, Ruth Venturella and,
University in 1934, a master's may be sent to the Cranford First Amoroso,
SCOTCH
PLAINS
- Plainfield.
degree in psychology from New Aid Squad or Union County Gnrwood. 82, died Dec, 24 in Shirley; brother Pnt DeSure; 1Q
grandchildren; seven great}
Margaret B. Johansen, 80, died
Surviving are her husband, York University in 1940 and a College.
Ho was born in Kenilworth grandchildren; nnd many
Dec. 26 at her home.
Jack C; daughter Joyce Dolan of
and lived in Westfield stare nieces and nephews.
She was born in Plainfield Scotch Plains; three grandchil1955.
and lived in Scotch Plains since dren and four great-grandchilServices were held Dec. 28 nt
He retired in 15)92 after 60 the Mnstupeter Funeral Home,
1952.
dren.
WESTFIELD - Helen F. Theodore) of Hendersonville, yenrs us the owner of Mayfair
She was a member of the
Services were held Friday at Slater,
Rosetle Park, followed by a
88, died Dec. 26 at Gmiden N.C; three grandchildren, three Provisions in Kenilworth.
Echo Lake Country Club in the Memorial Funeral Home in Huetten
funeral
Mnss at Holy Trinity
Memorial
Hospital
in
grent-grandchildren,
a
niece
and
He was a member of the Elks
Westfield and a former member Fanwood. Burial was in Hillside Lehighton, Pa.
Roman Catholic Church. Buriaj
a nephew.
of the Monday Afternoon Club in Cemetery.
lodge in Mountainside.
She was born in Jersey City
\
A memorial service was held
Predeceased by his wife, wns in Fairview Cemetery.
and lived in Westfield before Tuesday at Redeemer Lutheran Mildred
Memorial
donations
may
be
Del Conte Amoroso, he
moving in 1988 to Jim Thorpe, Church, of which Mrs, Slater was is survived
by daughters sent to the Gnrwood First Aid
Pa.
a
member.
Mildred
Marris,
Dolores Squad.
WESTFIELD — Mary H.
She is survived by her daughShe had been a clerical worker
Arrangements
were
by
the
Moriarty, 79, died Dec. 30 in ter, Joanne Romer of Westfield, in New Jersey prior to her retireEdward F. Melber Funeral Home
Westfield.
four grandchildren and four ment.
She was born in New York great-grandchildren.
Predeceased in 1971 by her in Jim Thorpe.
Memorial donations may be
City and lived in Springfield
A funeral Mass was celebrated husband, Alexander Joseph
WESTFIELD — Lorraine E. Fla.; son Philip of Weatfield;
before moving to Westfield in Wednesday at St. Helen's Roman Slater, she is survived by son sent to American Cancor Society,
1993.
Catholic Church, of which Mrs. Richard of Jim Thorpe; daughter 33 W. Ridge St., Lnnsford, PA Kovvalewski Kwnsek, 75, died daughter Lorrio Biolon of
Dec. 27 at St. Michael's Medical Ringoes; brother
' Her husband, John J., died in Moriarty was a parishioner. Joan Schasny (and husband 18232.
Stanley
Center in Newark.
1993. Two sons are deceased, Burial was in St. Teresa's
Kownlewaki of Keunsburg; and
Neil in 1968 and Joel in 1974. Cemetery, Summit.
She was born in Newark and sister Dorothy Wall of Bayville.
Another daughter, Marianne,
lived in Westfield since 1952.
Arrangements were by the
A funeral Mass was celebrate
died in 1992.
She had been a bookkeeper
Gray Funeral Home.
CRANFORD — Rose Bnrraia
A member of the Telephone for the Westfield High School ed Tuesday nt St. Helon'd
Bracchitta, 87, died Dec. 25 atPioneers of America, she wus n cafeteria for the past HO years. Roman Catholic Church, of
Overlook Hospital in Summit.
longtime member of the Altar
Predeceased in 1986 by her which Mrs. Kwnsek was a
She was born in New York Rosary Society and Senior Social husband, .John, and in 1999 by parishioner. Burial was in
KEN1LWORTH — Ruth Cranford.
City and lived in Cranford before Club at Holy Trinity Roman sister Helen Wolfe, she is sur- Fnirview
Cemetery
with
Decker Bergstrom, 87, died Dec.
Predeceased by her husband, moving to Westfield in 1934.
Catholic Church in Westfield.
arrangements
by
the
Dooley
vived
by
her
mother,
Mary
27 at her home.
Carl G., and sons Carl G. Jr. and
She received an associate's
Surviving are her husband,
:
She was born in Elizabeth and Howard, she is survived by degree in business from the Salvatore, and daughter Jonn Cowalcwttki of Homestead, Colonial Home.
lived in Kenilworth since 1949.
daughters Constance R. Kregge Drake Business College in Cavannugh of Westflcld.
She once was a supervisor for and Lorraine A. Voll; 10 grand- Elizabeth.
A funeral Mnss was celebrated
a toy manufacturer. She joined children and 20 great-grandchilThursday
at Holy Trinity
She
once
was
a
chief
operator
the
Roselle
Park-based dren.
Church. Burial was in Fairview
with
the
former
New
Jersey
Bell
Childhood Interest toy company
Services were held Tuesday at
Co. She was with New Cemetery, Westfiold.
in 1957 and retired as a supervi- the Mastapeter Funeral Home in Telephone
Jersey
Bell
for more than 39
Arrangements were by the CRANFORD — G. Arthur ments until his retirement in.
sor in 1975.
Roselle Park. Burial was in years and retired in 1968 from its Dooley Colonial Home in Lepree, 91, died Dec. 27 at the 1974.
!
She was a member of the Graceland Memorial Park.
Monroe Village Health Center
Surviving are his wife;
Elizabeth offices.
Westfield.
Kenilworth Senior Citizens Club
Memorial donations may be
in Monroe.
Candida Crincoli Lepree;
and the Martha Circle at sent to Calvary Lutheran
A native of Elizabeth, he daughter Andrea Richel of
Calvary Lutheran Church in Church.
in Cranford and Berkeley Heights; son Robert of
CRANFORD — Peter Anthony in Newark prior to his 1976 lived
Jamesburg
before moving to Fanwood; sister Ellen Farinola,
Piccirillo, 90, died Dec. 26 at retirement.
Rahway Hospital.
He was a life member of New Monroe in 1992.
He graduated from the Now of Stamford, Conn.; three!
He was born in Newark and Jersey Chapter 524, 7th Armored
grnndchildren and four great-*'
CRANFORD — Henry E. Catholic Church.
Division
Association, and •Jersey Law School (now the grandchildren.
lived in Cranford since 1947.
Rutgers
Law
School)
in
1929.
Predeceased in 1986 by his He was a decorated World War Veternns of Foreign Wars Post
Kramkowski, 81, died Dec. 30 at
Private arrangements were
wife,
Emma
C. Gallini II soldier. He served in northern 681 in Clark.
He began a 52-year grocery
his home.
He was born in Jersey City Kramkowski, he is survived by France, Belgium and the
Surviving is his friend of 50 career as a delivery boy and by the Higgins & Bonner Echq
and lived in Union before mov- daughter Rosemary Kargus of Netherlands with Company C, years, Anna Gymkowski of ended it as a supermarket exec- Lnko Funeral Home in,
Garwood; sons Raymond of 40th Tank Battalion, 7th Crnnford.
ing to Cranford in 1956.
utive.
Westfield.
;
Services were held Tuesday in
During World War II, he was Westfield and Richard of Armored Division. He was
He started delivering groMemorial
donations
may
bo
sisters
Stella awarded a Purple Heart plus the the chapel at the Brig, Gen. ceries nt age 13; he continued
a technician third grade with Garwood;
Company E, 3rd Military Andrews and Nellie Wnrren, European-African-Middle William C. Doylo Veterans to work part-time, through high sent to Center for Hope
Hospice, 176 Hua»a St., Linden,
both of Toms River; and six Eastern Campaign Medal with Memorial Cemetery, Arnytown.
Regiment.
school and college.
three bronze stars.
Arrangements were by the Ho joined the Great Atlantic NJ 070.J6, or to the American
He retired in 1984 after 35 grandchildren.
In civilian life, he wns a ware- Pettit-Davis Funeral Home in & Pacific Tea Co. in 1929 and Heart Association, 2550 Route
A funeral Mass was celebratyears as a frame man in Jersey
City with the former New ed Thursday at St. Michael's house worker with Dodge Motors Rahway.
worked in A&P's national 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902-;
Church on Alden Street. Burial
Jersey Bell Telephone Co.
claims nnd personnel depart- 4301.
He was a member of the was in Fairview Cemetery,
Cranford
Senior
Citizens Westfield.
Arraogements are by the
CRANFORD — Hannah B. 49 yenrs, George; daughters Loin
Wednesday Club and a parishPhillips Buzzone, 87, died Dec. Garrison, Nancy Powers and
ioner of St. Michael's Roman Gray Memorial Funeral Home.
Cheryl Miller; brother Chester
25 at her home.
sister
Bessie
She was born in Arcola, Vu., Phillips;
and lived in Cranford since 1960. McDermott; 10 gnmdchildren
She worked in a defense plant and eight great-grandchildren.
CRANFORD — Virginia A. dren.
Services were held Dec. 29 at
in
Newark
during World War II.
Stafford Ehrler, 99, died Dec.
Visitation is 9 u.m. today at
the Cranford United Methodist
She
was
a
banker
with
the
29 at the Cranford Hall St. Michael's Church, 40 Alden former Kenilworth State Bank.
Church, of which Mrs. Buzzone
Nursing Home.
St., where a funeral Mass will
She also was a member of the was a member. Entombment was
She was born in Brooklyn, be follow at 9:30 a.m.
Cranford
Senior
Citizens in the Hollywood Memorial Park
N.Y., and lived in AUendale,
Arrangements are by the Wednesday Club; Order of the mausoleum, Union.
EVANGEL BAPTIST
Ho-Ho-Kus and Verona before Dooley Funeral Home.
Eastern Star Chapter 87; and Arrangements wen; by the
CHURCH
moving to Cranford in 1966. Memorial donations may be the Ladies Auxiliary to Capt. Dooley Funeral Home.
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She later moved in 1966 to New sent to Mount St. Vincent Newell Rodney Fiske Post 335,
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Port Richey, Fla., and returned Convent, 125 Oakland St., Veterans of Foreign Wars.
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Surviving are her husband of
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