Catherine Downer, 62, WHS Alumna; Membership Dir. For Technology Assoc.

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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
Thursday, October 23, 2014
John ‘Jack’ Briggs, Jr., 71, Family Man;
Dedicated to Helping Kids and Families
John R. “Jack” Briggs, Jr., 71, of
Derry, N.H. died on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, at his home surrounded
by his loving family.
He was born in New York City on
March 21, 1943, a son of the late John
R. and Mary (McMahon) Briggs. Jack
resided in Derry since 1981, formerly
living in Simsbury, Conn. He attended
Fairfield University, where he sang
in the glee club. It was at a glee club
concert that he met wife Marcia. They
married in 1967.
He enlisted in the Air Force and
was stationed at Kincheloe Air Force
Base in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He spent one year in Vietnam
writing for the 7th Air Force News.
Once back in civilian life, he worked
in public relations for the John
Hancock Insurance Company in both
Boston and Chicago. In 1981 he began working in public relations for
Public Service of New Hampshire.
Devoted to making a difference,
Jack was president of the Derry
Chamber of Commerce in 1999 and
was named its Citizen of the Year in
2002. The Upper Room, an organization dedicated to improving the lives
of children and families, awarded
him its Bill Burke Award in 2009. In
retirement he and Marcia embarked
on a busy schedule of travel, visiting
Europe, Asia and South America.
Jack was a faith-filled communicant at St. Catherine of Siena Church
in Manchester. With Marcia, his ministries included leadership in Worldwide Marriage Encounter and pre-
paring engaged couples for the sacrament of marriage, teaching CCD and
confirmation classes. Jack lived a rich
and full life, full of laughter, dancing
and song. Proud grandfather of little
2-year-old John, he was happy to be
known as Pepere.
He is survived by his loving wife of
47 years, Marcia (Houde) Briggs, and
children, Kate Briggs of Somerville,
Mass. and Matt Briggs of Lima, Peru,
along with his daughter-in-law, Taylor (Bolz) Briggs; grandson, John, and
a granddaughter on the way, and his
sister, Peggy Briggs of Garwood, N.J.
Following cremation, calling hours
will be held on Tuesday, October 28,
from 4 to 8 p.m., in the Peabody
Funeral Homes and Crematorium,
290 Mammoth Road, Londonderry,
N.H. A Liturgy of Christian Burial
will be celebrated on Wednesday,
October 29, at 11 a.m., in Ste. Marie
Parish, 378 Notre Dame Avenue,
Manchester, N.H. Committal services
will be held privately in the New
Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery
in Boscawen. With Jack having served
on the executive board of The Upper
Room, memorial contributions in lieu
of flowers can be made to The Upper
Room, a Family Resource Center,
P.O. Box 1017, Derry, N.H. 03038.
Memorial contributions also may be
made to the Westfield Rescue Squad.
To send a condolence or for more
information,
visit
www.peabodyfuneralhome.com.
October 23, 2014
Helen E. MacRitchie, Active Volunteer;
Had Taught In Westfield Public Schools
Helen Evelyn MacRitchie died
peacefully at her home in Westfield
on Tuesday, July 23, 2013.
She was born on January 31, 1923
in Niagara Falls, Ontario. For most
of her childhood, she lived in the
neighboring community of Stamford, which subsequently merged
into Niagara Falls.
She graduated from Stamford Collegiate High School. She earned her
bachelor’s degree at University College of the University of Toronto;
the degree was a teacher preparation
degree. While at the University of
Toronto, she volunteered as an ambulance driver; when wounded soldiers arrived at the Toronto train
station, she transported them to local hospitals. Later, she earned her
master’s degree at Kean University,
and pursued further graduate studies at Montclair State University.
In 1950, she married William
James MacRitchie, a chemical engineer who specialized in metallurgical engineering. They remained
married for 61 years until his death
in 2012. They had three children:
Kenneth Lyon MacRitchie, of Red
Bank, N.J., Ian Alexander
MacRitchie, who died in 1982, and
Andrea Elizabeth MacRitchie, of
Boylston, Mass.
Mrs. MacRitchie immigrated from
Canada to the United States in 1953.
Later that year, she and her husband
settled in Westfield. She became a
naturalized citizen in 1973.
While residing in Canada, she
taught at the Pelham District High
School in Fenwick, Ontario. After
moving to Westfield, she taught
school in the Westfield Public
Schools.
She was an Anglican (Episcopalian) since infant baptism. After moving to Westfield, she was a parishioner
of Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church. She
served a term on the church vestry.
Mrs. MacRitchie participated actively in the local food bank program. In particular, she organized
bread deliveries until two days before her death. She also volunteered
at Grace’s Kitchen at Grace Episcopal Church in Plainfield.
She had four lines of descent from
Mayflower passengers: two from Wil-
liam Bradford and one each from Isaac
Allerton and Richard Warren. She was
also a descendant of Robert Cushman,
who chartered the Mayflower.
She was also related to Charles
Lindbergh. The kidnapping of
Charles Lindbergh, Jr. occurred
when she was nine years old. She
was very concerned that she would
be the next victim, and she asked her
father to install window guards in
her bedroom.
After retiring from the Westfield
Public Schools, she and her husband
owned and operated Oval Antiques,
which specialized in railroad antiques. They also had time to travel
extensively in Great Britain and
Northern Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. MacRitchie established the Ian MacRitchie Memorial
Scholarship at Union County College
and the Ian MacRitchie Technology
Award at Roosevelt Middle School.
While a student at the University of
Toronto, she was a member of the
women’s hockey team. She also enjoyed recreational skating. She was
not a member of the women’s baseball team at the University of Toronto,
but she was occasionally called down
from the stands to participate.
She was a member of the New
Jersey Education Association and
later the New Jersey Retired Educators Association. She also belonged
to the College Women’s Club of
Westfield. She served as a den mother
in Cub Scout Pack 79 at Tamaques
School, and was active in the
Tamaques School Parent-Teacher
Organization. She participated in the
Grant School Talent Show. The
League of Women Voters admitted
her as a member, even before her
naturalization.
A memorial service was held on
August 17, 2013 in Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Westfield. She arranged for her body to be donated
for medical research to Robert Wood
Johnson Medical School. Interment
of her ashes in the church garth will
be private.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Saint Paul’s Episcopal
Church, 414 East Broad Street,
Westfield, N.J. 07090.
October 23, 2014
Gray Funeral Homes
Since 1897
Begun in 1876 by William Gray, in Cranford and later Incorporated in
1897 as the Gray Burial & Cremation Company.
Today, known by many simply as Gray’s. We continue to provide the
personal service that began with Mr. Gray, whether it be for burial or
cremation.
Gray Funeral Home
318 East Broad St.
Westfield, NJ 07090
William A. Doyle Mgr.
NJ Lic. Number 2325
(908)-233-0143
Gray Memorial Funeral Home
12 Springfield Ave.
Cranford, NJ 07016
Dale R. Schoustra Mgr.
NJ Lic. Number 3707
(908)-276-0092
John-Michael “J.M.” Jones
N.J. Lic. #4869
Director
www.grayfuneralhomes.com
– Obituaries –
Jeffrey Gould, 49, Beloved By Family;
Enjoyed Fishing, Skiing and Vacations
Jeffrey P. Gould, 49, of Roselle by many longtime friends.
Park, N.J. passed away on Thursday,
Jeff loved spending time fishing
October 16. Jeff, the son
and skiing with his friends
of Frederick and Elaine
and vacationing in Stone
Gould, was born and
Harbor, N.J. with his famraised in Westfield,
ily. He was always there to
N.J., graduating from
lend a helping hand or to
Westfield High School
share his quiet humor with
in 1983. After high
friends and family. He will
school, he was embe dearly missed by so
ployed by Kings Sumany who knew him and
permarkets and most
loved him.
recently worked for
A memorial service was
Westfield Pest Control.
held yesterday, WednesJeff was a wonderful
day, October 22, at the
son, brother and uncle
Higgins and Bonner Echo
and is survived by his
Lake Funeral Home, 582
father, Frederick; his
Springfield
Avenue,
Jeffrey P. Gould
sister, Karen Bachert,
Westfield. In lieu of flowand her husband, Don; his brother, ers, the family requests donations in
Chris Gould, and his wife, Jackie, his memory to the C.A.S.T. for Kids
and his nieces and nephews, Brandon Foundation at castforkids.org.
October 23, 2014
and Morgan Gould and Trevor and
Sarah Bachert. Jeff also is survived
Marie Poperowitz, 94, Enjoyed Family;
Was Honored By Westfield YMCA
Marie Poperowitz, 94, died peaceA happy, well-dressed woman,
fully on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Marie loved to shop at Lord & Taylor
Marie was the daughter of the late and scour flea markets and thrift shops
Peter and Victoria Poduch. She also with her daughter, Kathie.
was predeceased by her
Marie lived in Westfield
husband, Edward, in
for the past 20 years, spend1995. Marie was the loving the last four years at Suning and proud mother of
rise Senior Living.
Kathie (Rob) Corrado
She will be greatly missed
and Linda (Dennis)
by many.
Elmore, grandmother to
A Mass of Christian Burial
four, great-grandmother
will be celebrated today,
to six, and sister to Helen
Thursday, October 23, at 10
Iwanicki.
a.m., at the Holy Trinity RoBefore retirement, she
man Catholic Church,
was a box designer for
Westfield, followed by inExpress Container in
terment at All Saints Slovak
Newark for many years.
Cemetery, Dunmore, Pa.
Marie loved exercise Marie Poperowitz
Arrangements are by the
and the many friendDooley Colonial Home, 556
ships that ensued at the Westfield Westfield Avenue, Westfield.
YMCA and did so for 18 years. At
In lieu of flowers, a donation to
age 85, the “Y” had a story in the Alzheimer’s Research would be appaper about Marie, their oldest ac- preciated.
October 23, 2014
tive member. They also used her
image in a recent ad campaign.
Stuart C. Pistol, 51, Westfield Resident;
Was CFO of MFP Investors in NYC
Stuart C. Pistol, 51, of Westfield,
N.J. died on Wednesday, October 15,
2014, at Peggy Coloney’s House in
Scotch Plains, N.J.
Mr. Pistol was the Chief Financial
Officer for MFP Investors in New
York City for many years. Prior to
that he served as manager of investment operations and assistant vicepresident of Franklin Mutual Advisors, and also served as assistant treasurer of the Mutual Series Funds.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in
accounting from Rutgers University
in Newark, and served as the treasurer of the Trinity Gardens Condominium Association for many years.
Born in Newark, N.J., he had lived
in Cranford, N.J. before moving to
Westfield 16 years ago.
Predeceased by his father, Sidney
Pistol, he is survived by his mother,
SHERIFF’S SALE
SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-14004626
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-007895-13
Plaintiff: FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION
VS.
Defendant: ALEX RODRIGUEZ; STATE OF
NEW JERSEY; HARRISON MUNICIPAL; PAUL
SKARANTONMIUS; LUIS FELICIANO; JAN
HOPPER; THRIFT INVESTMENT CORPORATION; FIA CARD SERVICES NA F/K/A BANK
OF AMERICA NA; VINELAND ANESTHESIA
CONSULTANT; SUMMIT BANK O/B/O
DENVILLE NISSAN; COUNTY OF CAMDEN;
FRANKLIN LAKES MUNICIPALITY OF;
COUNTY OF ESSEX; CUMBERLAND ORTHOPEDIC PA; SOUTH JERSEY HOSPITAL GROUP
ANESTHESIA; COLONIAL PENN INS. CO. O/B/
O HOWARD BRENDA; ROBERT WOOD
JOHNSON
UNIVERSITY
HOSPITAL;
CADLEROCK JOINT VENTURE ASSIGNEE;
CRESCENT GARDENS; PALISADES COLLECTION LLC; MIDLAND FUNDING LLC; PARTNERS HEALTHCARE LLC; CAPITAL ONE BANK
USA NA; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC; NEIL
HEOGH, TENANT;
Sale Date: 11/12/2014
Writ of Execution: 07/15/2014
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution
to me directed I shall expose for sale by public
vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETHTOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on
WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of
said day. All successful bidders must have 20%
of their bid available in cash or certified check at
the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is: ***Three Hundred
Fifty-Four Thousand One Hundred Sixty-Three
and 26/100*** $354,163.26.
The property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS, County of Union
and State of New Jersey.
It is commonly known as 1184 WASHINGTON
AVENUE, SCOTCH PLAINS, NEW JERSEY
07076.
It is known and designated as Block 8801, Lot
15.
The dimensions are approximately 87 feet
wide by 100 feet long
Nearest cross street: Cliffwood Street
Prior lien(s): Subject to open sewer in the
amount of $87.50 as of 8/27/14. Good thru 10/01/
14.
*Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens
or other charges, and any such taxes, charges,
liens, insurance premiums or other advances
made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested
parties are to conduct and rely upon their own
independent investigation to ascertain whether
or not any outstanding interest remain of record
and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed and, if so the current amount due thereon.
Total Upset: ***Three Hundred Sixty-Four
Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-Two and 25/
100*** $364,332.25 together with lawful interest
and costs.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money, the
money will be deposited into the Superior Court
Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus,
or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to
Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature
and extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus money.
The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale
will have information regarding the surplus, if
any.
There is a full legal description on file in the
Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this
sale for any length of time without further advertisement.
Joseph Cryan
Acting Sheriff
Attorney:
STERN, LAVINTHAL, FRANKENBERG, LLC
105 EISENHOWER PARKWAY
SUITE 302
ROSELAND, NEW JERSEY 07068
(973) 797-1100
4 T - 10/16, 10/23, 10/30
& 11/06/14
Fee: $238.68
Betty (née Kier) Pistol of Clark, N.J.;
his brother, Jeffrey Pistol of
Cranford, N.J., and many relatives
and close friends.
Funeral services were held at the
Menorah Chapels at Millburn, 2950
Vauxhall Road, Union, N.J., on Sunday, October 19, 2014.
Donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
October 23, 2014
Library to Feature
College Planning
FANWOOD — The Fanwood
Memorial Library, located at 5 Forest
Road, will present “Smart Planning
For College” with David Twersky, an
independent educational consultant,
on Monday, October 27, at 7 p.m.
This discussion will be designed to
ready both students and parents for
the college application experience.
Participants will learn about common
mistakes made by college applicants;
SAT or ACT; financial planning and
other topics, and also will be able to
browse resource materials at the library. For more information and registration, call the library at (908) 3226400 or access fanwoodlibrary.org.
SHERIFF’S SALE
SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-14004647
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-057230-10
Plaintiff: CITIMORTGAGE, INC
VS.
Defendant: KIMBERLY GIAIMO
Sale Date: 11/19/2014
Writ of Execution: 08/25/2014
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution
to me directed I shall expose for sale by public
vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETHTOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on
WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of
said day. All successful bidders must have 20%
of their bid available in cash or certified check at
the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is: ***One Hundred
Fifty-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety-Four
and 94/100*** $156,894.94.
Property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP of SCOTCH PLAINS, County of UNION,
State of New Jersey.
Premises commonly known as: 12 KING
JAMES COURT, SCOTCH PLAINS, NEW JERSEY 07076-1110.
BEING KNOWN as LOT 26 CKJ12, BLOCK
903.03 on the official Tax Map of the TOWNSHIP
of SCOTCH PLAINS.
Dimensions: 105.92 X 225.54 X 55.00 X 22.00
X 55.00 X 22.00
Nearest Cross Street: N/A
Total Upset: ***One Hundred Sixty-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Sixty-Two and 87/100***
$166,862.87 together with lawful interest and
costs.
*Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens
or other charges, and any such taxes, charges,
liens, insurance premiums or other advances
made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested
parties are to conduct and rely upon their own
independent investigation to ascertain whether
or not any outstanding interest remain of record
and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed and, if so the current amount due thereon.
*If the sale is set aside for any reason, the
Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only a
return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall
have no further recourse against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money, the
money will be deposited into the Superior Court
Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus,
or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to
Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature
and extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus money.
The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale
will have information regarding the surplus, if
any.
There is a full legal description on file in the
Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this
sale for any length of time without further advertisement.
Joseph Cryan
Acting Sheriff
Attorney:
PHELAN HALLINAN & DIAMOND, PC
400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD
SUITE 100
MOUNT LAUREL, NEW JERSEY 08054
(856) 813-5500
4 T - 10/23, 10/30, 11/06
& 11/13/14
Fee: $195.84
A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
Catherine Downer, 62, WHS Alumna;
Membership Dir. For Technology Assoc.
Catherine Downer, 62, of Westfield
died on Sunday, October 19, 2014, at
Overlook Medical Center, Summit,
the place where she was born on
August 12, 1952. The Downer family
were early pioneers in the settling of
Westfield, N.J.
Cathy was the membership director of IEEE, a worldwide professional technology association, based
in Piscataway, N.J. A lifelong resident of Westfield, she attended
Westfield public schools, graduating
from Westfield High School, and later
Kean University, where she received
a Bachelor of Science degree.
She was the beloved daughter of
the late Arthur and Virginia Rogers
Downer, and dear sister of the late
Peggy Downer. Cathy is survived by
her loving daughter, Emma Lee
Downer, and her brother, Robert A.
Downer.
Cathy’s Life Celebration will be
held tomorrow, Friday, October 24,
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., at Gray
Funeral Directors, 318 East Broad
Street, Westfield, where her funeral
service will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Interment
will follow at Fairview Cemetery in
Westfield.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the seeing eye dog program
at: Seeing Eye, P.O. Box 375,
Morristown, N.J. 07963, or to the
ASPCA.
October 23, 2014
Mary Louise Fischer, 89, Known For
Her Hospitality, Cooking and Love
Mary Louise Fischer, 89, of Marco
Island, Fla. passed away on Thursday, October 16. She died as she had
lived — surrounded by loving friends
and family.
Mary Lou, née Isemann, married
Robert Humphreys in 1945. They
had two sons, Robert Jr. and Richard,
but their happiness was short lived
and she was widowed at 33. In 1965
she married Carl Fischer, a colonel in
the Army. Blessed with a daughter,
Cheryl, they lived in Paris before
settling in Westfield, N.J. There, the
Fischer home was known for its welcoming spirit. Mary Lou’s passion
for cooking had flourished in France
and no one could forget the towers of
shrimp and dozens of hors d’oeuvres
that graced her parties.
Always active, she played bridge,
joined the Gourmet Group, and hosted
as many as 50 for Easter every year.
In 2001, she and Carl retired to Marco
Island and pronounced it “heaven.”
She loved her new friends at the Mi-
rage and her condo was filled with
lively company, good food, pink cosmos and, always, family. Her boundless energy was infectious and even
the day before she passed she held
court at Avow hospice. The room was
alive with love and laughter as final
goodbyes were spoken. This Christmas will not be the same without the
famous tins of gourmet cookies she
baked for all who knew her.
Mary Lou is survived by her daughter, Cheryl Johnson, and husband,
Brian, and her sons, Robert and Richard Humphreys and their wives,
Patricia and Kate; her niece, Barbara
Schaefer, and husband, Jack, as well
as her seven beloved grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchildren.
A Funeral Mass will be offered at
San Marco Catholic Church, 851 San
Marco Road, Marco Island, Fla., tomorrow, Friday, October 24, 2014, at
10 a.m.
October 23, 2014
‘Vibrance For Life’ to Be
Program Topic Sunday
SUMMIT – The Coalition on Family Caregiving invites the public to
attend its Fall program entitled “Vibrance for Life: How to Live Younger
and Healthier.” The program will be
held this Sunday, October 26, at 12:30
p.m., in Overlook Medical Center’s
Bouras Auditorium, located at 99
Beauvior Avenue, Summit.
Dr. Lorraine Maita will be the featured speaker. A recognized and awardwinning physician and author, Dr.
Maita has been helping people transform their lives through preventive
and anti-aging medicine for more than
18 years. She will discuss how life can
be more pleasant and fulfilling when
people maintain their health. Dr. Maita
will review the five fatal flaws that
may be missing in an annual physical
that could transform an individual’s
life from average to excellent.
Free parking is available and there
is no charge to attend the presentation.
A light lunch also will be served.
Advance reservations are requested
by calling (908) 522-8852 or e-mailing [email protected]
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SHERIFF’S SALE
SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-14004483
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-33122-13
Plaintiff: THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON
TRUST COMPANY, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
AS GRANTOR TRUSTEE OF THE PROTIUM
MASTER GRANTOR TRUST
VS.
Defendant: THOMAS CUSMANO, MRS. THOMAS CUSMANO, HIS WIFE, KAREN A. CRILLY,
BENJAMIN A. STANZIALE JR., CHAPTER 7
TRUSTEE, AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY
Sale Date: 11/05/2014
Writ of Execution: 07/25/2014
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution
to me directed I shall expose for sale by public
vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETHTOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on
WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of
said day. All successful bidders must have 20%
of their bid available in cash or certified check at
the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is: ***Five Hundred
Thirty-Two Thousand Four Hundred Sixty-Four
and 58/100*** $532,464.58.
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD IS LOCATED IN:
Township of Scotch Plains, County of Union, in
the State of New Jersey.
PREMISES COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 2253
Sunrise Court, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076.
TAX LOT # 55 fka 34.A Block # 3201 fka 108.
APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS: 71 x 100
NEAREST CROSS STREET: Pine Street.
Taxes: Current through 3rd Quarter of 2014*
Other: 2014 First half Sewer outstanding in the
amount of $133.27.
2014 Second half Sewer due October 1st,
2014 in the amount of $130.07.
*Plus interest on these figures through date of
payoff and any and all subsequent taxes, water
and sewer amounts.
Total Upset: ***Five Hundred Forty-Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty and 93/100***
$548,920.93 together with lawful interest and
costs.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money, the
money will be deposited into the Superior Court
Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus,
or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to
Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature
and extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus money.
The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale
will have information regarding the surplus, if
any.
There is a full legal description on file in the
Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this
sale for any length of time without further advertisement.
Joseph Cryan
Acting Sheriff
Attorney:
STERN & EISENBERG, PC
1040 NORTH KINGS HIGHWAY STE 407
CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY 08034
(609) 397-9200
4 T - 10/09, 10/16, 10/23
& 10/30/14
Fee: $183.60
Attendees also will have an opportunity to participate in a question-andanswer session after the presentation.
Formed in 2003, the Coalition on
Family Caregiving is a group of community-based organizations, businesses and individuals. Its mission is
to assist family caregivers by offering support, education and information on resources and services. The
coalition’s comprehensive resource
and referral network is available at no
cost. For more information, visit
cfcares.org.
Fanwood Presbyterian
Schedules Blood Drive
FANWOOD — The Fanwood Presbyterian Church will sponsor a Community Cares Blood Drive on Saturday, November 8, from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. It will take place at the New
Jersey Blood Services Donor Center,
located at 2279 South Avenue, Scotch
Plains. Donors age 16 or older are
urgently needed.
One out of every three persons will
need blood or blood components at
some time during their lives.Yet fewer
than one in 10 persons eligible to give
blood ever do so. Donated blood has a
limited shelf life. It therefore is important to maintain an adequate supply.
Donors must satisfy weight criteria,
be in generally good health and have
a valid photo identification. Sixteenyear-olds must furnish a signed parental consent form and persons age 76 or
older must furnish medical clearance.
Individuals may schedule an appointment to donate blood for the
Fanwood Presbyterian drive by visiting tinyurl.com/fwpresbyterian. For
additional information, contact New
Jersey Blood Services at 1-(800) 933BLOOD or visit nybloodcenter.org.
Walk-ins also will be welcome.
Prayer to
The Blessed Virgin
(Never known to fail)
Oh most beautiful Flower of
Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine,
Splendor of Heaven, Blessed
Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my
necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help
me! Show me herein you are my
mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of
God, Queen of Heaven and Earth,
I humbly beseech you from the
bottom of my heart to succor me in
this necessity. There are none who
can withstand your power. Show
me herein you are my mother. Oh
Mary, conceived without sin, pray
for us who have recourse to thee.
Holy Mother, I place this cause in
your hands (3x).
Holy Spirit, You who solve all
problems, light all roads so that I
may attain my goal. You who gave
me the divine gift to forgive and
forget all evil against me and that in
all instances in my life You are with
me. I want in this short prayer to
thank You as I confirm once again
that I never want to be separated
from You in eternal glory. Thank
you for your mercy towards me
and mine. Amen.
Say this prayer on three consecutive days. Publish this prayer
after the favor is granted.
K.A.G.