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Personal Expressions

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The loss of someone you love is never easy. It is important for family and friends to have the opportunity to celebrate the life and memories of their loved one. If you wish to share a personal expression in remembrance of someone who has passed, please go to their respective tribute page to leave a message. 

Below is an archived list of past Personal Expressions before we introduced the new tribute pages. 


Personal Expressions


Samuel Kwateng Afrane

August 28, 1958 - March 23, 2016

James 5:16; King James Version (KJV) "Confess your faults one to another, and pray for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual feverent prayer of a righteous man avalieth much.

A man of God who fears the Lord, humble himself to all, old and young and also a kind-hearted man who loves everyone.


Michael Aguanno

January 16, 1946 - January 27, 2007

FOREVER IN MY HEART UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN. WE'LL BE TOGETHER FOREVER, I MISS YOU SO VERY MUCH, I LOVE YOU, MICHAEL 




Marie Claude Alectine

November 16, 1949 - June 27, 2016

Exodus 14:14




Julia Ancillai

May 2, 1921 - May 4, 2017






Gordon Andersen

July 27, 1922 - June 11, 2016

You will always be with us. You loved us with all of your heart.




John Ray Andrews

November 10, 1946 - June 26, 2017

Call me big time "I'm going deep"

Love to dance, be with his family, cars, favorite color blue.


David M. Arauja

August 23, 1928 - March 1, 2017

Dad was jovial and always love to make people laugh.

Always love to be together with the Family.


Stanislawa Balaban

October 1944 - November 1986

Life is fleeting, so enjoy all that God has given you.

Stanislawa gave all of herself in helping others, elderly, poor, immigrants, and the infirmed..Stanislawa – let memory of her reign the immortal in minds and hearts of multitudes here on earth, and may agels guard over her soul in heaven. She was, “the best wife, partner, and friend I could ever have.” I salute you as a hero of your native country – Poland. Poland granted you a grand character, rest in peace, my beautiful wife! Alexander Balaban 


Wayne Belgrave

March 5, 1962 - September 1, 2009

You were a shining star; I'll love you forever.

He was very loving, gentle and kind brother. He always knew how to make people smile. He was the light in this dark world. He was a true believer in God. Love, Roslyn 


Myrtle J. Bell

November 9, 1925 - June 11, 2018

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Luke 6:31

My Mom loved to share her photo albums of all the family whenever she had visitors. She loved all the family vacations and cherished memories.


Paula Blackman

December 19, 1956 - July 27, 2010

A beautiful woman taken away from us to soon... 

A wonderful wife of 31 years...


Joseph Bottitta

April 23, 1930 - March 1, 2016

You were the love of my life.

The 61 years we shared together were the happiest times of my life. I will love you forever. Mary Daddy-you were always there for us-for all our ups and downs. We will always remember how you said "Have No Fear! Daddy's Here!" Roxanne & Michelle


Essie Burr

October 23, 1928 - August 17, 2016

"It's your red wagon, you ride it!" "Let my older days be my better days."

I am so blessed to have shared my life with you. I will miss our telephone conversations, even if you redirect me sometimes. Mom always gave good advise. I love you - you'll always be in my heart.


Evelyn Ruth Bursevich

May 26, 1924 - May 11, 2016

She loved to laugh and dance. She was the world's biggest optimist.




John Caines

April 13, 1945 - February 2, 2017

Make your strength be in your own power system.

Black Belt Dojo Club in memory of Sen-Sen James Cheatem


Esther Q. Cephas

March 19, 1913 - June 19, 2016

"I'm looking for a handy man!" "My great great aunt was a beautiful person" - Tony

"I drink gin cause it ain't no sin!"


Edna E. Chance

August 15, 1937 - March 21, 2016

Edna was a loving mother, sister, friend but most of all a child of God, a woman of the cloth. She loved the Lord.

Psalm 23 New King James Version (NKJV) The Lord the Shepherd of His People A Psalm of David. 23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness For His name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; For You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; You anoint my head with oil; My cup runs over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me All the days of my life; And I will dwell in the house of the Lord Forever. 


Mathilda E. Charlton

May 1911 - March 1965

Forever in Our Hearts and Memories

We still treasure the happiest summer time visits we had together...you and Mom were taken far too soon. See you both on the Heavenly Shores xoxo


Barbara Clark

February 15, 1945 - June 23, 2018

Every closed eye ain't sleep.

Dear Mommy, you are the best thing that has ever happened to me. I love you so much and you will always be a part of me.


Barbara Clark

February 15, 1945 - June 23, 2018

Never let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.

Mother of many. Loved by all. Loved by children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Love you Mommy.


Samuel Da Cruz Coelho

March 27, 1962 - September 2, 2016

Dad - thank you for your love of music. It will always live on in me.




Isle Cohen

May 6, 1920 - May 18, 2015

You Are An Angel And I Love You




Reverend John Collier

March 27, 1927 - July 23, 2008

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. 

Johnny Boy: I miss you so much and miss you praying for me when I awake from a nightmare. I miss your beautiful smile. I will always love you, Johnny Boy. Mary Collier 


Anna M. Collins

June 26, 1927 - October 13, 2016

But...you never know!




Charles Lowell Cotton

April 14, 1938 - December 16, 2016

Psalm 121 King James Version (KJV) I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepth thee will not slumber. Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The Lord is thy keeper; the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

Charles loved his wife and family very much. He purchased a seven passenger van to assure that children and grandchildren would be able to vacation in one car.


Annie B. Curry

August 12, 1938 - January 19, 2018

Enjoyed countless unforgettable memories at the holidays and always gave me good advise.




Annie B. Curry

August 12, 1938 - January 19, 2018

Stand still and get left behind.

We went to bingo for the 1st time and had fun in Dec.(17). My mom said Lamont I'm not going back it's too cold. She didn't play with the cold. LOL


Annie B. Curry

August 12, 1938 - January 19, 2018



She told me that she is ready to go home now that she knows that I am doing good and on the straight path. Love you.


Annie B. Curry

August 12, 1938 - January 19, 2018

Singing gospel worship songs together in church and at home. Shopping at the mall and going out for spa days. (Ulanda & Rebekah)




Albert F. Cuttino

January 26, 1937 - October 30, 2002

"Beloved husband and father" "Jesus Wept" 




Frederick Davids

October 18, 1932 - March 26, 2016

Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shepherd...

We love you forever. Those we love don't go away for they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed & very dear. We will never forget you. We will always remember the good times we shared with each other. Psalm 23 King James Version (KJV) The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. 


Gloria Ann Dobbins

August 26, 1930 - April 3, 2015

If I can help one person, then my living was not in vain.




Antonio Dominguez

June 29, 1927 - March 1, 2017

Let my work speak for itself.




Debra Dordoni

February 16, 1957

Keep on trucking, baby.

My best friend. All good people seem to pass early in life. I loved you early in life. I love you now in death.


Faire

January 17, 1912 - July 19, 2006



My mother was a devoted woman. She loved God. Norma Wise 


Kazimiera Flak

November 18, 1925 - June 27, 2017

"I love you"

Mom would always want to go out and do something. She was a mover. Constantly involved in gardening.


William J. (Bill) Garry

May 27, 1964 - December 30, 2017

Live Long and Prosper (Star Trek)

The first time I saw him I said to myself "He's cute maybe I'll marry him someday"...And I did!


Ann G. Gesumaria

October 24, 1918 - June 22, 2016

It's just as easy to marry a rich one as it is to marry a poor one.

Going to track on Saturday we bought Money on My Mind and we still have the foals.


Alan Robert Golden

July 23, 1950 - May 16, 2001

This is my commandment, that ye love one another. Jesus in John 15:12 

There she was on that dark mid-winter day, lit by the sun so delicate and sweet, amongst the thorny bushes, a beautiful rose swept me off my feet. I gently wrapped her in a coat of velvet, filled with grace; she sparkled in the morning light, this beaming bud of lace. The breeze sent us onward, to the land of winter snowstorm; she formed her honey dew petals, with a frozen heart so warm. Above the cold earth, in gatherings of mist, I found her there, my blossom of heaven, just waiting to be kissed. Soon the day moved on, we hovered beneath a sunset veiled in gold, my very own spring of crystal dreams, blessed with memories that I'd forever hold. She wooed my heart with a melody, the tune of a mystic dove, above our unconditional bliss, to the sweet rhymes of eternal love. Whispers of beauty danced within my heart, with an aroma so sweet and a touch so tender, I was enraptured by a beautiful rose, this was a day I'd always remember. 


Leonor Gonzalez

June 9, 1934 - July 6, 2016

I love you




Shirley Marie Goss

January 5, 1951 - July, 25, 2016



Mamma Goss was a great loving and caring woman who was all about her family. She loved going to church and having her children and grandchildren.


Lorraine Green

September 30, 1939 - April 5, 2017

I will love you always




Joyce Griffiths

May 28, 1934 - August 20, 2016

Leave it to the Lord.

She was a teacher, mother, grandmother, caregiver, and friend. Thoughts of her devoted presence will never end.


Antoinette Guerrier

April 17, 1920 - April 5, 2016

I love you Mommy! I will miss you forever. Until we meet again!




Karen Holmes

February 21, 1955 - October 3, 2016

Until we meet again may God keep you in the palm of his hand.




Dustin Hovan

October 31, 1979 - July 5, 2013

Everything will work out in the end.

Get your ducks in a row.


Richard G. Ivory, Sr.

November 9, 1926 - December 21, 2005

The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name sake. 

Til we meet again, I am counting on you meeting me at the front gate! Virginia Brinkerhoff 


Thelma Jonah

09/08/1927 -12/02/2014

Psalm 23 v1 - The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.




Robert "Buck" Jones

October 9, 1939 - November 10, 2004



"Buck" was my husband and best friend. He was a firefighter for 40 years and an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a wonderful father to our sons, Mark, John, Chris and Joe. He will be deeply missed by his family especially his granddaughter Stacey. 


Dorothy Kalinowski

May 30, 1933 - August 20, 2016

I will always remember the good times we shared in NYC, whether at the circus, Radio City Music Hall, the tree at Rockefeller Center or Madison Square Garden.




Esther Kaufogiens

January 9, 1924 - December 20, 2016

She loved life and enjoyed good times.

Loved cats. Always rescuing strays.


Elsie Kressler

November 29, 1931 - July 18, 2017

The 23rd Psalm and lyrics to Wind Beneath My Wings

Elsie always put her family first. True caregiver. Very proud of her grandchildren and loved them dearly. When she first met Howard, she told her mother, "I just met the man I'm going to marry." And she did, in 1951 at Connecticut Farms Church in Union, NJ. They were together until his death in 2010.


Matthew Leeming

July 20, 1922 - June 27, 1982

Beloved husband and father




Hector Lopez, Sr.

April 15, 1943 - October 15, 2016

My Dad blessed me every single day of my life as well as everyone else in his family. He loved us all dearly.




Betty Lou Lubrani

January 25, 1939 - June 29, 2017

I thank you Mom for always giving me the freedom to fail. I consider this the greatest gift of all!




James Lutz

February 23, 1965 - February 29, 2016

To my one and only son, you left me too soon. Your loving Mother.




Dagny Maas

April 9, 1917 - January 25, 2017

She asked the policeman "Hello Officer, what can I do for your?" He replied, "You went through a red light, Madam." She replied, "Oh, I'm sorry but I didn't see it, the truck was too tall." He said "But there wasn't a truck in front of you." She answered, "I know the lady with the hat was in front of me, but I wasn't following her, I was following the truck that was in front of her so I couldn't see the light. The officer let her go with a warning not to come back to his beat again.

In Flanders Fields by John McCrae, May 1915 In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields. The House With Nobody In it - Poem by Joyce Kilmer Whenever I walk to Suffern along the Erie track I go by a poor old farmhouse with its shingles broken and black. I suppose I've passed it a hundred times, but I always stop for a minute And look at the house, the tragic house, the house with nobody in it. I never have seen a haunted house, but I hear there are such things; That they hold the talk of spirits, their mirth and sorrowings. I know this house isn't haunted, and I wish it were, I do; For it wouldn't be so lonely if it had a ghost or two. This house on the road to Suffern needs a dozen panes of glass, And somebody ought to weed the walk and take a scythe to the grass. It needs new paint and shingles, and the vines should be trimmed and tied; But what it needs the most of all is some people living inside. If I had a lot of money and all my debts were paid I'd put a gang of men to work with brush and saw and spade. I'd buy that place and fix it up the way it used to be And I'd find some people who wanted a home and give it to them free. Now, a new house standing empty, with staring window and door, Looks idle, perhaps, and foolish, like a hat on its block in the store. But there's nothing mournful about it; it cannot be sad and lone For the lack of something within it that it has never known. But a house that has done what a house should do, a house that has sheltered life, That has put its loving wooden arms around a man and his wife, A house that has echoed a baby's laugh and held up his stumbling feet, Is the saddest sight, when it's left alone, that ever your eyes could meet. So whenever I go to Suffern along the Erie track I never go by the empty house without stopping and looking back, Yet it hurts me to look at the crumbling roof and the shutters fallen apart, For I can't help thinking the poor old house is a house with a broken heart.


Idalina Marques

April 2, 1930 - February 16, 2017

With brave wings she flies.

One of Ida's favorite things to do was sit for hours and watch the hummingbirds feeding in the yard.


Lucy Martinelli

1944 - 2004



Mom, I miss you so much. I wish we had more time together. Kelly 


Phyllis Masters

April 1949 - November 2015



I would to share with you a answer to a prayer I made to ST. MARY shortly after my wife's death on Thanksgiving day. I awoke that morning to a empty house and thinking to myself this is the first time in 47 years I will not be spending with my wife on Thanksgiving Day. I laid there in bed remembering the smell of the turkey cooking in the oven. My wife use to get up early in the morning and start the cooking. She was a great cook and planner of meals without her we were lost. My daughter said she would cook but I said lets make reservations and we will all go out to eat. We made the reservations for later in the day for all my kids and their families. I laid there in bed thinking what should I do since we weren't going out until later that day. I decided to go to Church and light a few candles in honor of my wife. I arrived at the church and found out it was closed, I started to drive out of the parking lot when I noticed that there was a statue of St. Mary with a bench since it was such a beautiful day I decided to say a few prayers and ask St. Mary to answer my prayer. I wanted to know that my wife was OK and most of all I wanted to know I wanted to know that my wife loved me. You see my wife died from small cell lung cancer. It had spread to the brain and the last couple of weeks she had said things to me that weren't very nice. My kids said it wasn't my wife it was the cancer that was doing the talking. I knew deep down they were right because a week before that my wife told me one day that she will always love me. Even with all this I still felt hurt because she was the love of my life and will always be. I then left the church and started driving home thinking of what a priest once told me God answered all prayers when you don't hear from him the answer is no. I arrived at my house when something crossed my mind of what I should give my kids and relatives for Christmas gifts. Since my wife always took care of that I had no idea. I then remembered a note book my wife kept, she had a habit of writing things down before she did it. I had just seen that book a few days ago when I was cleaning up. I was going to throw it away but decided to hold onto it for memories of my wife. I could picture her today of her writing down what she had to buy at the store when making a special meal. I found the book and sure enough I opened it up to the page on what she had given everybody last Christmas. I turned the page and it was then that I almost fell off my chair. It was a letter dated 9/15/14 and it was written to me and it stated. Frank, I know you think I take you for granted, but I want you to know I don't. I thank God every night for you. You are a good kind man with a big heart, I was very lucky and smart to marry you. I want you to know I love you and you have made me feel very secure and loved in our marriage. I thank you for taking care of me and having the patience with me. I can be very stubborn and like my own way. I know it hasn't been easy and I want you to know I appreciate all your loyalty and love.I know you did your best and I love you for it. Love You in life And after death always Phyllis This is the greatest gift I ever received a answer to a prayer. 


Phyllis Masters

04/1949 11/2015



I would to share with you a answer to a prayer I made to ST. MARY shortly after my wife's death on Thankgivng day. I awoke that morning to a empty house and thinking to myself this is the first time in 47 years I will not be spending with my wife on Thankgiving Day. I laid there in bed remembering the smell of the turkey cooking in he oven. My wife use to get up early in the morning and start the cooking. She was a great cook and planner of meals without her we were lost. My daughter said she would cook but I said lets make reservations and we will all go out to eat. We made the reservations for later in the day for all my kids and their families. I laid there in bed thinking what should I do since we weren't going out until later that day. I decided to go to Church and light a few candles in honor of my wife. I arrived at the church and found out it was closed, I started to drive out of the parking lot when I noticed that there was a statue of St. Mary with a bench since it was such a beautiful day I decided to say a few prayers and ask St. Mary to answer my prayer. I wanted to know that my wife was OK and most of all I wanted to know I wanted to know that my wife loved me. You see my wife died from small cell lung cancer. It had spread to the brain and the last couple of weeks she had said things to me that weren't very nice. My kids said it wasn't my wife it was the cancer that was doing the talking. I knew deep down they were right because a week before that my wife told me one day that she will always love me. Even with all this I still felt hurt because she was the love of my life and will always be. I then left the church and started driving home thinking of what a priest once told me God answered all prayers when you don't hear from him the answer is no. I arrived at my house when something crossed my mind of what I should give my kids and relatives for Christmas gifts. Since my wife always took care of that I had no idea. I then remembered a note book my wife kept, she had a habit of writing things down before she did it. I had just seen that book a few days ago when I was cleaning up. I was going to throw it away but decided to hold onto it for memories of my wife. I could picture her today of her writing down what she had to buy at the store when making a special meal. I found the book and sure enough I opened it up to the page on what she had given everybody last Christmas. I turned the page and it was then that I almost fell off my chair. It was a letter dated 9/15/14 and it was written to me and it stated. Frank, I know you think I take you for granted, but I want you to know I don't. I thank God every night for you. You are a good kind man with a big heart, I was very lucky and smart to marry you. I want you to know I love you and you have made me feel very secure and loved in our marriage. I thank you for taking care of me and having the patience with me. I can be very stubborn and like my own way. I know it hasn't been easy and I want you to know I appreciate all your loyalty and love.I know you did your best and I love you for it. Love You in life And after death always Phyllis This is the greatest gift I ever received a answer to a prayer. 


Phyllis Masters

04/1949 11/2015



I would to share with you a answer to a prayer I made to ST. MARY shortly after my wife's death on Thankgivng day. I awoke that morning to a empty house and thinking to myself this is the first time in 47 years I will not be spending with my wife on Thankgiving Day. I laid there in bed remembering the smell of the turkey cooking in he oven. My wife use to get up early in the morning and start the cooking. She was a great cook and planner of meals without her we were lost. My daughter said she would cook but I said lets make reservations and we will all go out to eat. We made the reservations for later in the day for all my kids and their families. I laid there in bed thinking what should I do since we weren't going out until later that day. I decided to go to Church and light a few candles in honor of my wife. I arrived at the church and found out it was closed, I started to drive out of the parking lot when I noticed that there was a statue of St. Mary with a bench since it was such a beautiful day I decided to say a few prayers and ask St. Mary to answer my prayer. I wanted to know that my wife was OK and most of all I wanted to know I wanted to know that my wife loved me. You see my wife died from small cell lung cancer. It had spread to the brain and the last couple of weeks she had said things to me that weren't very nice. My kids said it wasn't my wife it was the cancer that was doing the talking. I knew deep down they were right because a week before that my wife told me one day that she will always love me. Even with all this I still felt hurt because she was the love of my life and will always be. I then left the church and started driving home thinking of what a priest once told me God answered all prayers when you don't hear from him the answer is no. I arrived at my house when something crossed my mind of what I should give my kids and relatives for Christmas gifts. Since my wife always took care of that I had no idea. I then remembered a note book my wife kept, she had a habit of writing things down before she did it. I had just seen that book a few days ago when I was cleaning up. I was going to throw it away but decided to hold onto it for memories of my wife. I could picture her today of her writing down what she had to buy at the store when making a special meal. I found the book and sure enough I opened it up to the page on what she had given everybody last Christmas. I turned the page and it was then that I almost fell off my chair. It was a letter dated 9/15/14 and it was written to me and it stated. Frank, I know you think I take you for granted, but I want you to know I don't. I thank God every night for you. You are a good kind man with a big heart, I was very lucky and smart to marry you. I want you to know I love you and you have made me feel very secure and loved in our marriage. I thank you for taking care of me and having the patience with me. I can be very stubborn and like my own way. I know it hasn't been easy and I want you to know I appreciate all your loyalty and love.I know you did your best and I love you for it. Love You in life And after death always Phyllis This is the greatest gift I ever received a answer to a prayer. 


Phyllis Masters

04/1949 11/2015



I would to share with you a answer to a prayer I made to ST. MARY shortly after my wife's death on Thankgivng day. I awoke that morning to a empty house and thinking to myself this is the first time in 47 years I will not be spending with my wife on Thankgiving Day. I laid there in bed remembering the smell of the turkey cooking in he oven. My wife use to get up early in the morning and start the cooking. She was a great cook and planner of meals without her we were lost. My daughter said she would cook but I said lets make reservations and we will all go out to eat. We made the reservations for later in the day for all my kids and their families. I laid there in bed thinking what should I do since we weren't going out until later that day. I decided to go to Church and light a few candles in honor of my wife. I arrived at the church and found out it was closed, I started to drive out of the parking lot when I noticed that there was a statue of St. Mary with a bench since it was such a beautiful day I decided to say a few prayers and ask St. Mary to answer my prayer. I wanted to know that my wife was OK and most of all I wanted to know I wanted to know that my wife loved me. You see my wife died from small cell lung cancer. It had spread to the brain and the last couple of weeks she had said things to me that weren't very nice. My kids said it wasn't my wife it was the cancer that was doing the talking. I knew deep down they were right because a week before that my wife told me one day that she will always love me. Even with all this I still felt hurt because she was the love of my life and will always be. I then left the church and started driving home thinking of what a priest once told me God answered all prayers when you don't hear from him the answer is no. I arrived at my house when something crossed my mind of what I should give my kids and relatives for Christmas gifts. Since my wife always took care of that I had no idea. I then remembered a note book my wife kept, she had a habit of writing things down before she did it. I had just seen that book a few days ago when I was cleaning up. I was going to throw it away but decided to hold onto it for memories of my wife. I could picture her today of her writing down what she had to buy at the store when making a special meal. I found the book and sure enough I opened it up to the page on what she had given everybody last Christmas. I turned the page and it was then that I almost fell off my chair. It was a letter dated 9/15/14 and it was written to me and it stated. Frank, I know you think I take you for granted, but I want you to know I don't. I thank God every night for you. You are a good kind man with a big heart, I was very lucky and smart to marry you. I want you to know I love you and you have made me feel very secure and loved in our marriage. I thank you for taking care of me and having the patience with me. I can be very stubborn and like my own way. I know it hasn't been easy and I want you to know I appreciate all your loyalty and love.I know you did your best and I love you for it. Love You in life And after death always Phyllis This is the greatest gift I ever received a answer to a prayer. 


Katherine Mate

May 21, 1923 - December 12, 2015

Mom was loved by all her grandchildren. We loved her dearly.




Mark G. Mayer

February 22, 1926 - June 15, 2016

Dad was a super father - he did everything and anything for us.

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Eulette G. McFarlane

February 22, 1926 - March 3, 2016

Mom you suddenly departed from us a year ago, but your life was a blessing to us. Your memory will always be treasured by us. We love you beyond words and miss you immensely. Our minds still talk to you and our hearts still look for you. Dearly missed by Husband, Daughters, Sons, Grandkids, Great Grandkids, Daughter-In-Law, In-Laws, Family, Nieces, Nephews and Springer (cat).




George McNair

September 10, 1957 - December 1, 2007

He would always whistle like a bird. He would whistle and everyone would know. "George was here"!




Renato Metzger

October 7, 1941 - April 8, 2017

Isaiah 41:10 So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.




Francisco Monteiro

September 4, 1933 - May 10, 2017

"You Are What You Know"

Papai (Father in Portuguese) would remind us of how short life is and how an average person only has maybe 75 years to live. He would break down the hours we slept and ate, leaving us with so much less than we often realize. Dad (Papai) outlived the average. May we maximize our time and leave a positive impact on those we meet.


Robert V. Muccia

April 1, 1949 - June 10, 2015

Kisses Are Free




Anne E. Mueller

December 24, 1912 - October 26, 2006



Grandma, I miss you so much! I still can't believe you're gone. It seems like just yesterday you and I were pressing flowers in between pieces of wax paper. Again, I miss you very much and love you ... I always think about you! Jennifer Blum "I think of you often and make no outward show, But what it means to lose you, no one will ever know. You wished no one farewell, not even said good-bye, You were gone before I knew it, and only God knows why. You are not forgotten nor will you ever be, As long as life and memories last, I will remember thee. To some you may be forgotten, to others a part of the past, But to me who loved you dearly, your memories will always last. Nothing can be more beautiful than the memories I have of you. To me, you were someone special, God must have thought so too! If tears could build a staircase and memories a lane, I would walk all the way to Heaven, and bring you back again." -Anon. 


Yvonne Naidu

April 25, 1928 - March 18, 2015

A wife, a mother, a grandma too, This is the legacy we have from you. You taught us love and how to fight, You gave us strength, you gave us might. A stronger person would be hard to find, And in your heart, you were always kind. You fought for us all in one way or another, Not just as a wife not just as a mother. For all of us you gave your best, Now the time has come for you to rest. So go in peace, you've earned your sleep, Your love in our hearts, we'll eternally keep

Every family has it's glory days, and ours was Holland road and our many trips to Disney. Growing up with the cousins who were more like siblings, and unforgettable summer memories will last forever. Long after Daddy Jim and Gramma Evie, these memories will live on as we tell our children (and our grandchildren) our wonderful memories and experiences and take the best of it and learn how to create our own for our growing families. You are both missed greatly and taught us much about loving a whole person, not just their best qualities. - Anthony I come from a line of stubborn women, so meeting E-V was a very familiar feeling. Daddy Jim had kindness and warmth and was very inviting, and Gramma Evie was brass tacks, no time to waste, let's get this done and a witty rabble-rouser! I recall the Christmas when she pre-empted my present opening by telling me she had been dreaming about fish, which always meant someone in the family was expecting and she insisted it was me. Come to find out she had taken some assurances in case she was wrong, as I opened my bright red neglige, Avon no doubt, to my embarrassment! She also taught me words like nani, toti, pom pom, tun tun and a host of other inappropriate things we always called each other at meetings. I called her "nani-face" during our last visit at the hospital, she looked like she heard it, I hope she was laughing on the inside one last time. You made your women strong, in your image, and kind in Daddy Jim's - good job! Lessons will be passed on to our Tristan. - Monique


Lucille (Tootsie) Navarro

May 1, 1926 - October 18, 2016

Don't be a nag and I can't stand a sneak or liar




Reverend Roland David Newcombe

November 27, 1939 - October 4, 2016

Excerpt from Psalm 23: Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

My Dad was very loving and compassionate. He always thought about other people's concerns before his own.


Rickey Lee Norwood

April 10, 1948 - December 15, 2016

John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."




Jane Talon O'Malley

January 1, 1959 - February 22, 2001



Time does not make the loss of your sweet smile any less painful. Jack O'Malley 


Petion Oracius

October 2, 1955 - February 14, 2009

Only in New Jersey!




Lloyd Parker

June 1, 1939 - December 24, 2001

Our Love is Eternal 

Loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and brother.


Irving K. Partelow

November 13, 1920 - May 27, 2015

You Son of a Gun 

Loved to play golf and fish. Loved his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.


Irving K. Partelow

November 13, 1920 - May 27, 2015

Isn't that the Nuts & You're Kidding

Our family spent every summer for two weeks in NH. Enjoyed his boat with family and friends for many years. He loved singing with the mens club and playing his guitar. Loved to listen to his collection of music.


Doris Mae Pecht

December 13, 1922 - May 11, 2017






Carmen Perez

November 24, 1921 - July 20,2016



My Grandmother was the strongest woman I knew, and kept her sense of humor thorough all the difficult times she faced. May I prove as strong as she.


Mary Ruth Pickney

September 27, 1938 - August 15, 2017

Very loving and caring; a mother to everyone. Will be missed.




Claudine Pierre-Louis

1989 - February 26, 2012



She will always be in my heart. I can never forget her. She taught me so much and that nothing is impossible. Life is something as death is something we cannot stop. Always love you. Dad


Raymond Prosicki

August 18, 1931 - January 22, 2017

Character is doing the right thing when nobody's looking.




Margaret Pukatch

September 21, 1928 - November 23, 2016

We had a long 67 years. If I could, I would do it all over again with you. In the future, I look forward to living in eternity with you.




Wesley Ramsey

February 22, 1935 - May 7, 2017

Isaiah 40:31 - But they that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles.




Betty Richards

January 13, 1921 - May 23, 2016

I'll be seeing you in all the old, familiar places...

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Mavis D. Robinson

September 21, 1930 - September 24, 2016

One day at time sweet Jesus.

Mavis Dorothy Robinson was born to Theophilus and Marrie Martin in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies on September 21, 1930. She was the youngest daughter of eight children. She was very close to her father, in fact she was the apple of his eye. Many years later she met another man whose heart she would capture; Irving Robinson, her soul mate, and the love of her life who she was married to for 49 years. Mavis was a very quiet, reserved and kind woman. She enjoyed swimming, dancing, word-find puzzles and western movies. Jerk pork, fried chicken and chocolate were her favorite foods. She worked as a nurse’s assistant at Stanford Hospital in Connecticut before becoming a full-time homemaker. Mavis loved children and helped to raise several of her own. She will be remembered as a strict yet loving woman, who could prepare a delicious meal. Mavis returned to her heavenly home on September 24, 2016 after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Her final days were spent comfortably at the Rutland Nursing Home where she was frequently visited by family and friends. Mavis is survived by her niece and caretaker. Monica Brown, stepdaughter Paula Robinson McBride and her children, Pamela Robinson and Candice McBride; sister Enid Martin; and numerous nieces, nephews, grand and great nieces and nephews, including Claudette, Tony, Max, Wayne, Carl and his daughter Indigo (who she affectionately called “Sis”) and a host of other relatives and friends. 


Margaret L. Robinson

August 3, 1928 - December 10, 2004

Mommy's best times in her life.

After Mommy got married, Mommy and Daddy moved to Schinnecock Indian Reservation in Long Island, NY. Mommy was a first Lady of Schinnecock Presbyterian Church. Mommy and Daddy took us to church every Sunday. Mommy enjoyed singing,Daddy enjoyed preaching to the congregation, and playing the organ,and their children enjoyed singing in the choir, playing the organ and piano. Mommy went to college to become a Registered Nurse. Mommy saved dying patients lives by injecting needles into their heart. When my parents moved to Newark NJ they went back to college and became school teachers. My mother worked at Garfield School and 13th Ave School. The students that my mother taught called her Mommy. My mother encouraged them to set their goals for the future. My mother became a district leader of the North and Central Wards helping Mayor Sharpe James, and Board of Chosen Freeholders. Before she died, she was honored proclamation and accommodation awards. I am happy how Mommy helped many people.


Rev. Paul M. Robinson

June 23, 1928 - May 5, 2010

After Daddy and Mommy got married, Daddy and Mommy moved from down south.

They moved to Schinnecock Indian Reservation in Long Island NY. Daddy and Mommy bought a home and became Pastor of Schinnecock Presbyterian Church. During the years, 5 children were born. We joined the church and sang in the choir. My father met Dr. Martin Luther King and my father became a guest pastor in Martin Luther Kings church in Georgia. My father went to the I Have a Dream speech in Washington D.C. Later my father became a life guard and taught people how to swim. We moved to Newark NJ and lived in another house. My fathers church was Thirteenth St. Presbyterian church. Later, my parents worked on the polls every election day. My father went to college and became a teacher. My father and mother set a good example for their children to follow. Since they died, my family goes to church and works a job. They want to set a good example for their children. I love my parents. They will sadly be missed.


Thomas Robinson

April 20, 1963 - September 1, 2016

I still have a little razzle dazzle.

Keep it simple.


Margaret Lee Robinson

August 3, 1981 - December 10, 2004

Amazing Grace 

I remember the year that my mother helped me raise my sons. Margaret Robinson was always helpful to her family. Veatruce Vanessa Robinson 


Bobby Rodriguez

12/29/81 - 2/12/14

Revelation 21:3-5 John 14 1-6

Bobby, loved by everyone who he came in contact with. He was known for telling corny jokes, his passion for working at Firestone, and the deep love he had for children, friends and family. Bobby was strong, humble, wise at a young age and a missionary for Jesus. He would give his last dollar needed. I was blessed to have met my soul mate, my best friend and he was a great father to our two daughters. May Chris take you into his kingdom and give you the wings you deserve. R.I.H. Forever in Our hearts, Q.L.L. 


Palmer J. Russo

April 9, 1922 - January 20, 2007



Everyone liked him. He helped the family a great deal. We were married 64 years when he passed away. I will miss him forever.


Felicita Sarmiento

August 9, 1939 - March 27, 2018






Olympia Scarpa

March 7, 1927 - August 28, 2016

Pray to St. Gerard.




Barbara J. Seitz

April 12, 1936 - July 7, 2016

Always in our hearts.




Isaac Sherrod

August 13, 1941 - December 20, 2016

No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper.

Isaac (Tock) was affectionately known for his love of fishing, gardening, hunting, cooking and being a comedian.


Generosa Silva

May 15, 1945 - March 7, 2007



Madre, te queremos mucho


Cesar Silva

November 14, 1944 - February 10, 2016

"You'll have my heart, but you'll never have my money."

Our special time together on the carousel was so very special to me! I always loved spending time together watching the Mets. I love you, Papi!


Dieuquidonne Sterling Oscar

August 24, 1955 - November 7, 2018

"You better do what you have to do before its 13 o'clock"

Mommy I love you and I will never forget everything you have done for me during my life. I am who I am because of your struggles and love for me. 


James E. Struble

October 30, 1954 - April 19, 1975

Cry sweet tears of joy, touch the sky...

I will always love you. Karin 


Timogene Thermitus

March 8, 1938 - September 11, 2018

Colossians 1:27-29 "...teaching every person with all wisdom, in order to present every person mature in Christ"

The best advice my father gave me was to keep the Bible close to me based on Joshua 1:8.


Timogene Thermitus

March 8, 1938 - September 11, 2018

From the Ten Commandments "So let it be written. So let it be done." 




Timogene Thermitus

March 8, 1938 - September 11, 2018

The Lord is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. (Psalm 145:18)




James Thompson

September 23, 1931 - July 13, 2017

My father was very loved by many. He loved telling jokes and sitting on the front porch talking to his neighbors and after he retired his hobby was going fishing something he loved to do.




Margaret Tobie

June 6

We miss you so much!

We miss you. We think of you every day. Mark Tobie 


Camille Tocci

December 13, 1927 - June 28, 2017






Margot M. Troxler

March 7, 1927 - April 18, 2000



Mom, you'll always be in my heart. I love you. Sharon Patricia Therien 


John and Irene Uschak



John, July 14, 1914-April 29, 1981 and Irene, August 10, 1916 - December 19,2007 "Mom and Dad, you were the best parents and my first two best friends. I know we'll meet again when death breaks my chains as it broke yours and we'll share eternity in the glory of God!" 

John, July 14, 1914-April 29, 1981 and Irene, August 10, 1916 - December 19,2007 Dad was social, a native Ukrainian, but said America gave him his life. He sang in the choir in Ukraine. Mom was smart, beautiful, creative, gentle and God-fearing and raised a beautiful family. Mary Ann Uschak 


John Gregory Valle

July 31, 1940 - April 10, 2014






Murat Vastey

November 6, 1932 - June 18, 2017

One lives, grows, then dies.

My sister once asked me to share a little on how good our Dad would have been. My reply to her was "he was the greatest!"


Gwendolyn Walker

January 28, 1947 - November 22, 2008

Beloved mother and daughter




Laurine W. Ward

March 1, 1942 - June 25, 2017

Psalms 23




Albert C. Warholick

October 21, 1930 - May 17, 2016

I loved my Dad's honesty. I admired his commitments, I respected his religion, his dedication, hard worker, never ever heard him say a curse word.

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Ferdinand Weisbrod

September 23, 2011

Ferdi, you are always in our hearts. 

Ferdi's smile was brilliant and will brighten our hearts forever


Destiny Doyenne White

September 30, 2017 - May 8, 2018

Jeremiah 29:11

Her work here is done and blessed are the people who came into her grace. Love always your Mommy & Daddy.


Sadie Wright

May 10, 1940 - April 25, 2017

"Sweet Sadie"




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