Our Lady of the Lake Parish Family

OUR PARISH IS SERVED BY:
Rev. Joseph A. D’Amico
Pastor
Rev. Michael A. Hanly
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Jerome Arthasseril
Associate Pastor
Our Lady of the Lake Parish Family
32 Lakeside Avenue, Verona, New Jersey 07044
Rectory (973) 239-5696 / Fax (973) 239-7190
School (973) 239-1160
www.ollverona.org
Rev. William J. Melillo
Weekend Asst.
Rev. Mr. Andrew Jung
Deacon David J. Strader
Margaret M. Gardner
Pastoral Associate
Sr. Mary Agnes Sullivan, O.P.
School Principal
John V. Rachel, Trustee
Ellen Narucki, Trustee
Michele D. Kiernan
Pastoral Council
Timothy G. Dillane
Financial Council
Henry Gehman
Music Ministry
Johanna Ferloni
Regina Neglio
Faith Formation Gr. 1-6
(973) 239-7643
Joyce Swatt
Liz Corrente
Faith Formation Gr. 7-9
(973) 239-2950
Gina Butler
Jeanette Mackesy
Youth Ministry
(973) 239-9312
John Rachel
Pastoral Associate, RCIA
Anthony Benenati
Building & Grounds
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Evening: 5:30 P.M.
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30, 12:00 Noon
Summer Daily Mass: 7:00 A.M. & 9:00 A.M.
Holydays: Refer to Bulletin
Civic Holidays: 9:00 A.M.
MARRIAGE
Contact the parish office to arrange a date one year before the wedding for ample preparation.
RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 12:00 Noon to 12:30 P.M.
SACRAMENTS OF HEALING
Please notify the parish office if someone is ill at home or in the hospital.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP
All are welcome to join our Parish Family. Parish policy requires registration to participate
in Baptism, Marriage and Religion Classes. Please notify the parish office when change of
address or move occurs.
We, the Church of Our Lady of the Lake, are a Roman Catholic Community, called as
disciples and companions of the Risen Jesus Christ, made present through our celebration of the
sacraments, our proclamation of the Gospel, our ministries of service and leadership.
We are a community who depend completely on God’s grace. We are made equal through
Baptism in Christ, and so we commit ourselves to the spirit of collaboration and inclusion.
We, as a community of believers, seek to respond to God’s call.
Our community is a place,
where those who are searching are welcomed,
where injustice, in all its expressions, is challenged,
where the alienated find a home, and
where people are refreshed, reconciled, and transformed as
they journey in faith to God!
Through the intercession of Mary, the Virgin Mother of Guadalupe, the Patroness of our
parish, it is God’s reign that joins us as one in our mission.
Pentecost 2007
MASS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, Oct. 18 Saint Luke
5:30PM
Ruth Bedell
5:30PM
Jack Lawless
SUNDAY,
Oct. 19
7:30AM
Filomena R. Marciw
7:30AM
Marianne Marciw
9:00AM
Beatification of Blessed Pope Paul VI
9:00AM
Joseph M. Hanly CSP
10:30AM
Mario Fornini
10:30AM
Ellen & Frank Brunetto
12:00PM
Sylvester Arthasseril
12:00PM
Mary Arthasseril
MONDAY, Oct. 20 Saint Paul of the Cross
7:00AM
Brendan Tevlin
12:00PM
June C. Giordano
12:00PM
Gennarosa DeRogatis (1A)
TUESDAY, Oct. 21
7:00AM
Fr. Robert T. Scott, CSP
7:00AM
Joseph M. Hanly, CSP
12:00PM
Thomas J. Galligan, Jr.
12:00PM
Alfonse Sedotto
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22 Bl. John Paul II, Pope
7:00AM
Yolanda Simon
12:00PM
Joseph Bianchi, Sr.
12:00PM
Carol Ann McManus
THURSDAY, Oct. 23 Saint John of Capistrano
7:00AM
Terence Smith
12:00 PM
Fr. Joseph M. Hanly (8A)
12:00PM
Fr. John E. Murphy (44A)
FRIDAY,
Oct. 24 Saint Anthony Mary Claret
7:00AM
Lenny Petrillo
12:00PM
Nathaniel Centeno
SATURDAY, Oct. 25
9:00AM
People of the Parish
5:30PM
Maria Covello
5:30PM
John Pietropaolo, Jr.
SUNDAY,
Oct. 26
7:30AM
People of the Parish
7:30AM
Alan Harrington
9:00AM
Jack Bishop
9:00AM
Edward J. McGrath
10:30AM
Annual Enrollments
10:30AM
Ted Getek
12:00PM
James M. Casalino (20A)
12:00PM
Rocco Tutalo (17A)
FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER
ALTAR BREAD & WINE
In loving memory of
Bishop Michael A. Saltarelli
SANCTUARY LAMP
In loving memory of
Brother Walter Doyle, S.C.
ALTAR ADORNMENTS
In loving memory of
Rocco Tutalo (17A)
October 19, 2014
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Please remember those who have recently died especially
Lawrence Carr, Eileen Frey all who mourn their loss.
The sick are comforted just knowing that you pray for
them. In your charity, please remember them and all who minister to them in your prayers.
In the world, we pray for peace in all areas of unrest.
In a special way, please remember Jun Abell, Beth
Adams, Baby Luca, Baby Michael James, Mary Barton, Alex
Birdsall, Lourdes and Jim Bley, John Cadmus, Beatrice Cataldo,
Jack Cavalere, Judy Cecere, Nick Centeno, Fred Chechele, Joseph Colella, Maureen O’Callaghan Colvin, Lena Costa, Jenna
Cruz, Jessica Cunningham, Robert Dewitt, Pauline Diakos, D.J.
Diorio, Doris Dolan, Juliana Donnelly, Bill Doyle, John Drury,
Bob Ferloni, Betty Ferrari, Iolanda Florio, Carrie Ciganek
Gottlieb, Roslyn Gutman, Ruth Hamilton, Darien Inacio, Fabian
Izsa, Florence Jacobson, Diane Johnson, Margaret and Guy Lee,
Philip Liberato, Janice Lombardi, Mia Rose Lonergan, Vincent
Lucanie, Michael Lucia, Edward Madera, Ralph Magrans, Marie Malara, Alla Malko, Jan Mancini, Jim McEvoy, Dennis
McGorty, Tom McGovern, Nicholas Mitola, Carol Miscia,
Claire Mongelli, Erica Monicelli, Edyie Moursey, Nick Munning, William Mulqueen, Mary Beth Oria, Tammy Orthman,
Kim Pham, Edward Pienta, Victoria Queyquep, Marie Rachel,
Thomas Reilly, Janine Reisert, Josephine Ruotolo, Jake Russo,
Christina Citrano Sandy, Patricia Savino, Mark Scott, Michael
Serrao, Claire Smith, Debbie Stern, Joseph Stivala, Melissa
Suchocki, James Tressita, Robert Treuvey, John Michael Tully,
Margaret Vanderberg, Ada Vasquez, Sandra Wotanowski, Elizabeth Zoppi.
Please call the rectory if you would like a loved one’s
name added or taken off our Bulletin Sick List.
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Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dear Friends,
Peace, blessings and all good to you as our Fall days fill us
and our world with so much color and beauty. We can certainly see the Divine Artist at work in his handiwork of creation.
I'd like to discuss three things in my bulletin column this
week.
1- As we move through the month of October, a month dedicated to the holy rosary, I again urge all of you to continue,
discover or if necessary rediscover the rosary as a very powerful prayer. Especially for families. Have you tried at least
one decade with the family before a family dinner? Do all
the members of your family or household have their own
rosary? I have dozens of rosaries and proudly boast of them.
I have so many great and dedicated friends that continually
gift me with a rosary while visiting a holy place or shrine. I
love having these extra rosaries because I'm constantly asked
by others if I have a rosary to spare. I keep all of my extra
rosaries on my bed post as a reminder of Mary's role in my
life as a priest and her spiritual son. Can I suggest that you
keep and store all your rosaries in an obvious place? You
never know when someone might want or need a pair. I've
found that the more rosaries that are given to me the more
people ask me for them.
2- We are almost at the end of October and moving into November. November is a month dedicated to all the faithful
departed. Please fill out the envelopes you have in your
packet so that your loved ones can be prayed for and remembered by having their names on the altar during the whole
month. November is also a great time to visit a cemetery and
arrange for masses to be said for our loved ones. You may
have noticed that our mass intentions are way down. When I
was a newly ordained priest hundreds of our parishioners
would line up to arrange masses to be said for their loved
ones when the mass book opened. Today it's possible that
there may not be a mass intention from the people at all.
Mass intentions are a great way to bestow graces upon a person living or deceased or for a personal intention. Our
younger generation of Catholics may not even know that it's
customary to provide a mass card for someone visiting a
wake service. But mass intentions are not only for deceased.
We can have masses said for any intention; birthday, anniversary, success in school, military personnel in active duty,
employment, etc.. I have reproduced some copies of a great
article I found on a Catholic website and placed them at each
of the entrances of the church for you to see and learn more.
3- Fr. Jerome is enjoying some very needed vacation time for
a few weeks which means that I'm on my own for the most
part for the daily operations of the church. As you know Fr.
Jerome is retired and only considered a part timer on the pastoral staff but still continues to give so much to us according
to the best of his ability. Fr. Bill Melillo's help is invaluable
in his generous offering of daily and Sunday masses for us.
The concern that I have is a) not having another full time
priest and b) our part time priest is on vacation. This creates
a huge conflict in visits to the sick in homes or hospitals and
wake and cemetery services. Until God gives me the gift of
bi-location (Padre Pio had that gift) there are times when I
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may not be able run to an emergency in a minute's notice.
You can be a huge help in this regard. If you or your loved
one would like a pastoral visit at home or hospital please do
not, if possible, wait till the last minute. I'll have a better opportunity to plan a pastoral visit if given advance notice.
Sadly, I've had to inform some funeral directors that I wasn't
available for wake or cemetery services. I regret this but if
there's two funerals back to back my priesthood is more
needed to celebrate the second mass rather than lead prayers
at a cemetery which a lay person can do. I'm already working
with our Personnel office of the Archdiocese of Newark to
have a second full time priest with the June transfer cycle.
Until then I thank you for your patience and understanding
until we are better staffed.
Have a great week,
Fraternal Regards,
Rev. Joseph A. D'Amico
With gratitude to Almighty God
Our Parish Community joyfully invites
you to the installation of
Reverend Joseph A. D’Amico
As the Seventh Pastor of
Our Lady of the Lake Church
Most Reverend Thomas A. Donato
Auxiliary Bishop of Newark, Presiding
Saturday, November 15, 2014
5:30pm Mass
Reception to follow in the
Our Lady of the Lake School
Auditorium
Please RSVP
[email protected]
or call 973-239-5696
Stewardship Reflections
“Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s
and to God the things that are God’s.” - Matthew 22:21
Everything we are and everything we have belongs to God.
We aren’t “owners” of anything, we are merely “stewards”
of the gifts God has given each of us. All God is asking is
that we give back a portion of what He gave us. This is the
essence of Stewardship. God should be our first priority in
everything. All else comes second.
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Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
OKTOBERFEST! What a great time and a witness to
community working together. From the pre-schooler to the
grandparents all joining in the fun to make the weekend a
real success.
Thanks to all who worked over the past months and to all
who worked throughout the weekend. Our gratitude to all
who attended and to all who supported the tricky tray and
raffle. What a witness to our youngsters—living out the
message of Jesus!
One Month Developing Baby
Your spiritually adopted baby has been quite active over the
past month. Already your baby is 10,000 times bigger than
at conception. Your baby has developed the foundation of
his brain, spinal cord, and nervous system by the 20th day.
His heart began to beat on the 21st day and is pumping blood
through its own circulatory system. The blood type can be
different from his mother’s.
Your baby is most vulnerable during the next month of being
aborted. Pray that the Lord of Life might move the heart of
his mother to give him the most precious gift of all—the gift
of life.
New Jersey Right to Life Car Raffle - On
the weekend of October 25 & 26, our
Knights of Columbus Council 3632 with other
parishioners will be selling chances on a new
2015 Volvo XC60 SUV valued at $ 40,000.00, 1st
prize
2nd prize-- Shoprite Gift Card valued at $ 1,000.00
3rd prize-- Shoprite Gift Card valued at $ 750.00
4th prize-- Shoprite Gift Card valued at $ 500.00
You " can give life a chance" by taking a $10.00
ticket. Your support of this major annual fundraiser for New Jersey Right to Life would be
gratefully appreciated.
Check Presentation
Today after the 9am Mass, our Knights of Columbus Council 3632, will present to the OLL Youth
Group a check in the amount of $ 3,500.00 from
the proceeds of our golf outing last June, for
their activities.
New Parishioner Registration doors of church
Church Tour FF 7C & 7F
Church Tour FF 7A & 7B
Church Tour FF 7E & 7G
Church Tour FF 7H& 7I
All FF Church Tours meet in Church
Man Up Men’s Spirituality chapel
Mass of Remembrance
Fr. Joe’s Installation as Pastor/reception
Fr. Mike Retirement Party @ The Villa
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Oct. 18/19
Oct. 20 3:30pm
Oct. 21 3:30pm
Oct. 27 4pm
Oct. 28 4pm
Oct. 25, 7:30AM
Nov. 1, 5:30
Nov. 15, 5:30pm
Nov. 16
Youth Ministry Corner
More information can be found at www.ollverona.org
Pancake Breakfast Today! - Join us after mass in the cafeteria from 8am—noon for the youth group’s annual Pancake
Breakfast! Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.
I scream, you scream—Youth Group meetings begin tomorrow night! All high school students are welcome to join
us in the Danny O’Callaghan Youth Center at 7:30!. Bring
your completed registration form with you. You may get a
registration form from the ollverona.org website, at the registration table after mass, or at the youth group meeting tomorrow.
Youth Sunday—Members of the youth group will be serving at all masses this weekend to kick off our youth group
year. It is an honor for us to be serving our parish through
this ministry.
Youth Group Meeting
October 20, October 27
Protecting God’s Children Training
Our Lady of the Lake will host a session of Protecting God’s
Children Training, for the convenience of parishioners, on
Thursday October 23 in the OLL School Auditorium at
7:00pm. Protecting God’s Children Training is required for
all those in ministries serving minors, including Faith Formation Catechists, Youth Ministry, and OLL School volunteers and coaches. To register for this session, please go to
www.rcan.org, click the Protecting God’s Children icon, and
follow the prompts. If you require training but are not available for the in-parish date, you can follow the prompts to register for training in a neighboring parish.
If you would like to attend this session for retraining, which
is required of all who took the original training during or
before 2011, please contact Mary Jane Curran for your original logon information before registering. Mary Jane may be
reached at the rectory, 973-239-5696, or
[email protected]
We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in helping us provide a safe environment for our children!
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Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
World Mission Sunday
Next weekend our parish will recognize World Mission Sunday. This year we are invited to reach out and help build the
Church in Mongolia, the world’s youngest Catholic Church,
as well as local churches throughout the Missions, in the
most remote areas across our world. Through the work of
these churches, and their witness to Christ, the poor receive
practical help and experience God’s love and mercy, His
hope and peace. Please keep the Missions in your daily
prayers. Please come prepared next weekend to give generously in the collection for the Society for the Propagation of
the Faith. For more information, please visit
www.IAmAMissionary.org
At Our Lady of the Lake, baptism is
scheduled for Sunday afternoons at
1:30pm, and takes place once a month.
A catechesis is given on a weekday
evening just prior to the Sunday baptism. At the catechesis, the spiritual and
practical aspects of the Sacrament are
discussed. This meeting, hosted by a
husband and wife team from the parish and led by one of
the priests or deacon, provides an opportunity for community building and sharing.
For parents who have been blessed with a new
baby and want to answer Christ’s invitation to this new
life, please call the rectory at 973/239-5696 to arrange a
date for your child’s baptism. We welcome the newest
members of our Parish family:
Ethan Richard Apisa
Ella Rose Barboza|
John Michael Burden
Joseph Christopher Esposito, Jr.
Hannah Delaney Fay
Keagan Lynn Heintjes
Mason Anthony Juliano
Avery Adeline Sancho
The Alzheimer's Association, in coordination with the Union
County Division on Aging - Aging and Disability Resource
Connection, Essex County Department of Citizen Services
Division on Aging, and Union County College, will be offering a half-day conference for caregivers who have a loved one
with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. These programs are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Families may call 973.586.4300 to reserve a
space."Alzheimer’s Disease: Approaches to Care" will be
offered at Union County College in Cranford, NJ on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This
workshop will provide caregivers with important resources
and tools to maintain a safe and supportive environment for
their loved ones. A physician will discuss the role of
healthcare professionals in providing medical, functional and
psychological care, and an attorney will address the importance of legal and financial planning for people with Alzheimer's and their families. The need for a comprehensive
safety plan and the role of the caregiver in safety planning
will also be discussed.
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Congratulations and Blessings to our two Deacons in Training, Ralph Powell and Paul Pak! Ralph and Paul, in their
third year of formation at Seton Hall University Seminary,
were instituted as Acolytes at a Mass celebrated by Archbishop Hebda on Monday evening October 13. Both men
will be ordained into the Permanent Diaconate upon completion of formation in May 2016, and will join Deacon David
Strader in serving Our Lady of the Lake. How blessed are
we that these men have answered the call!
Family Mass Thank you!!!
Thank you to Ms. Gagliano and Ms Hensal’s 8th grade Faith
Formation Class for your participation in our Family Mass
Liturgy, especially, Lily Benanchietti, Chloe Conway, Gina
Gagliano, Kayla Golebieski, Elizabeth Hensal, Hope
Sweeney, and Jessica Sweeney who served as Greeters and
Gift Bearers.
Thank you also to our Youth Ministry representatives, Kelly
Carr, Lector, and Christian Alfano and Dominque Marino
for providing your personal reflections and wonderful insights on communicating with God.
Many thanks also to Julia Schimenti our cantor, Cathy Cordera our violinist , and Eric Kohut for performing a beautiful
French horn solo during our Communion Meditation. All
of you enriched our celebration and blessed the OLL parish
family by your willingness to serve! Many thanks for saying
“yes!”
Blessings to all of our third grade Faith Formation students
and their families, as well as, our catechists who were present at the liturgy. What a remarkable celebration!!!
Our next Family Mass is Sunday November 2 at 9:00am.
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Mount Saint Dominic Academy
3 Ryerson Avenue Caldwell NJ 07006
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Open house for 7th and 8th grade girls/families
October 19th at 1:30pm
Call 973-226-0660 ext. 1122
Seton Hall Preparatory School
Open House for 7th and 8th Grade boys/families
October 19th between 12-3pm. Call 973-325-6632 or visit
shp.org
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“All Souls Includes Our Souls”
For the past 700 years or so the Church has celebrated the
“Day of the Dead” or as we know it, “All Souls Day.” This
practice actually began about 200 years earlier in a Benedictine
monastery in France. Traditionally, it is a day where the faithful remember those who have departed and pray their souls will be granted eternal life in
heaven. Note that the act of remembrance is for the benefit of the living, while the prayer of the faithful is for the benefit of the dead. Put simply, the Feast of All Souls on November 2 reminds us of our obligations to live holy lives and that there is purification of
the souls of those destined for Heaven. Thus “All Souls includes Our Souls!”
This leads us to the significance of the Pascal Candle and the waters of Baptism. The
Pascal Candle is named after the PASCH, the passion, death and resurrection of the
Lord. The candle is blessed at the Easter Vigil, and represents Christ the light of the
world. The Pascal candle resides next to the waters of Baptism. This symbolism demonstrates clearly that, through Baptism, the baptized person shares in the life of the Risen
Lord, represented by the Pascal Candle. On All Souls Day we remember those who have
gone before us sharing in the light of Christ and pray that they may be resurrected into
the Eternal Light. We too, are reminded of our Baptismal calling and that the fruits of
living holy lives will lead us to the Eternal Light.
Centered in the nave of our Church you will find the Pascal candle and the waters of
Baptism. This is significant because it tells us that sharing in the passion, death, and resurrection of the Lord is central to our faith.
On Saturday, November 1, we will be celebrating the Liturgy of All Souls at our 5:30
pm Mass. Within the liturgy we will be remembering the faithful departed. The use of
the Pascal Candle to light candles for each month that our relatives and friends have died
is a significant rite used in this remembrance.
We invite you to attend this beautiful liturgy and if you like, bring a photo of a loved one
you wish to remember. The photos will be on display in Church until the weekend before Thanksgiving. It will offer you and our parish community the opportunity to remember and pray for those you know who have died, and hopefully strengthen our relationship with Jesus through our Baptism. Please note the date and time below:
Mass of Remembrance
Our Lady of the Lake Church
Saturday November 1
5:30 pm
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FLOOR COVERINGS, INC. 370 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE
Your Neighborhood Dry Cleaner®
283 Bloomfield Avenue Verona, NJ
(Adjacent to 7-Eleven) 973-857-4000
10% OFF DRY CLEANING ONLY.
DISCOUNT NOT VALID ON LAUNDERED SHIRTS.
NOT TO BE COMBINED WITH OTHER OFFERS
VERONA, NJ 07044
If Your Floor Covering Is
Not Becoming To You...
You Should Be Coming To Us.
973-239-2060
Frank M. Prout, Sen. Dir., NJ Lic. No. 1858
Robert J. Prout, Dir., NJ Lic. No. 3371
10 Elm Street, Montclair, NJ 07042
(973) 744-2080 Fax (973)
744-2552
Patricia G. Bishop
Sales Representative
800-545-1020
Bus 973-239-7700
Cell 862-703-0219
www.AIRGROUPLLC.COM
Diana Weeks - Sales Associate
Bus: 973-228-1050 • Cell: 973-420-5679
[email protected]
[email protected] A member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates, LLC.
FAST TREES
Quality Work at a Fair Price
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Free Est./Fully Ins. • Serving No. Jersey 30+ Yrs.
Exp. in All Phases Of Tree Surgery
Steps • Sidewalks
Stone • Patios • Repairs
Brick • Block • Concrete
*Member of OLL parish
*Speaks Spanish
L&L Demolition and Cleanouts, LLC
Cell 201-953-4032 • [email protected]
Camillus Mitchell
Let us help you with all of your cleanout needs! Specializing in pre-sale
home maintenance. We can help you get your home ready to be put on the
market. Call us to find out how! *Licensed and insured.
Cell (973) 204-6281
WE WILL BEAT/MATCH ALL COMPETITOR PRICES
973-627-8451 • www.fasttreesllc.com
Signatures
PARISHIONER
Boutique • Gift Certificates
Unique Gift Items • Personalized Parties
ABBOT O’REILLY CONTRACTING
Lic# 13VH01378300
Masonry • Waterproofing • Framing • Insulation • Decking • Roofing
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Call For Your Free Estimate
973-746-4825
PROTECT YOUR MOST
VALUABLE INVESTMENTS.
973.200.0626 • www.wolferpainting.com
10% OFF ANY POWERWASHING JOB
HOUSES • DECKS • PATIOS
Expert in all interior/exterior painting
McEvoy Home Inspection
Jack McEvoy
NJ Licensed Home Inspector
William H. Connolly & Co., LLC
Insurance and Risk Management
560 Bloomfield Avenue
Verona, NJ 07044
973-239-2200
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630 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, NJ 07044
WOLFER PAINTING
& POWERWASHING
Contact us about insuring
your home, your belongings,
your automobile and much more.
56 Park Street, Montclair, NJ 07042
Tel: 973-744-8500
Fax: 973-744-6021 • Toll Free: 800-261-6942
www.whconnolly.com
Hair Studio
Art Gallery
201-396-5928
Verona NJ
Home Inspections performed
for Buyers & Sellers
Residential/Commercial
NJ License #24GI00108600
InterNACHI Membership
#NACHI13012999
NJ Radon Technician MET #13030
[email protected]
www.MCEVOYHOMEINSPECTION.com
• Personal Service the Old Fashioned Way
• Delivery Available to Local Areas
• Large Card & Gift Department
• Home Health Care Specialists
Affordable
A ministry of the Sisters
of the Sorrowful Mother
Senior Living
HARRY J. HERZ
973-627-5000
www.saintfrancisres.com
~ Since 1895 ~
ATTORNEY AT LAW
122 Diamond Spring Rd., Denville
Personal Attention and A Commitment to Excellence
DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW
Divorce/Separation • Custody/Visitation
Child Support/Alimony • Enforcement
Domestic Violence • Annulment • Adoption
REAL ESTATE
Purchase & Sale Closings • Mortgage Refinancing
MUNICIPAL COURT
DWI & Traffic Offenses • Criminal • Expungement
BANKRUPTCY
Over 30 Years of Experience and Integrity
Renee M. Arace, D.M.D.
Nicole San Filippo, R.D.H.
John M. Downing, Jr.
Attorney and
Counselor at Law
917-744-5700
[email protected]
GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
GENTLE DENTAL CARE FOR ALL AGES
Veneers • White Fillings • Crowns & Bridges
Implant Restorations • Invisalign • Zoom
51 Pleasant Valley Way
West Orange, NJ 07052
Ph: 973.325.9933
Fax: 973.325.9210
[email protected] 973-857-1800
25 Pompton Ave., Verona, NJ 07044
SHOOK’S CEDAR GROVE FUNERAL HOME, INC.
JOSEPH M. SHOOK, JR., MANAGER
NJ License # 3612
CHRISTINE A. CUOCO, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
NJ License # 4538
NEWLY RENOVATED FINE, ELEGANT FACILITIES
609 Our Lady of the Lake, Verona, NJ (back)
(973) 239-1489
MICHELLE F. ARGAST, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
NJ License # 4828
486 Pompton Ave. (Rt. 23) • Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
John Patrick Publishing Co. • 1-800-333-3166 • www.jppc.net
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