VIVIAN CHIMENTO, 94 of LONG BRANCH passed away at her home after a long illness.  

Born outside of Naples, Italy, Vivian came to Ellis Island in 1922.  She became a resident in Newark where she took over the family grocery store in1930.  After her marriage to her husband, John, they relocated to the area and owned and operated the Shore Hills Motel, the Sea Bright Bathing Pavilion, currently known as Chapel Beach Club and the Sands Beach Club until her retirement in 1987. Vivian was a communicant of Church of the Precious Blood, Monmouth Beach and a 45 year volunteer for the Red Bank Chapter of Deborah Hospital. She was well known for her skill and tireless effort at fund raising.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John on September 28, 1987.  She is survived by two sons, John A. and wife, Gail of Little Silver and Anthony and partner, Bill Haney and their children, Erin and Ryan Haney of Miami, FL; two daughters, Sharon and husband, Jay Archbold of Freehold and Patricia and husband, Richard Arminio of Little Silver; one brother, Salvatore Lombardi of Florham Park and two sisters, Christine Santorelli of Monmouth Beach and Della Bruno of Brick; six grandchildren, John and Michael Chimento, Carl Quagilia, Sarah Archbold, Ryan and Nikki Arminio.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM.  Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, 9:30 AM at Church of the Precious Blood, 72 Riverdale Ave., Monmouth Beach.  Interment will follow at Woodbine Cemetery Mausoleum, Oceanport.  The family requests memorial donations be made in her memory to the Deborah Hospital Fndt., Red Bank Chapter, 28 Monroe Ave., Shrewsbury, NJ  07702.

JAMES WILLIAM PRUNTY, 63 of MIDDLETOWN passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Tuesday, March 31st.  

Born in Brooklyn, NY to Peter and Margaret Prunty, James has made his residence in Middletown for the past twenty-five years.  He was a government bond broker for Liberty Brokerage in New York City from 1979-1995, retiring in 2004.  He was a communicant of St. Mary’s RC Church, New Monmouth and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Vince Lombardi Chapter, Middletown.

James is survived by his wife of thirty-five years, Barbara; three sons, Peter and wife, Nancy of Little Silver, Michael and Brian, both of Middletown; a daughter Annmarie and husband, Matthew McNamara, Middletown; a brother, Richard of Guilford, CT; four grandchildren, Grace, James, Brady and Thomas and many nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Thursday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM.  Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, 10:30 AM at St. Mary’s RC Church, 26 Leonardville Rd., Middletown. 

Charles Edward Senion, 87 years old, a lifetime Red Bank resident, died Friday morning March 27, 2009 at Community Medical Center, Toms River after a brief illness.  

He grew up in Red Bank where his father had an auto repair business on Union Street.  After his father passed away when he was a teenager, he went to work to help support his mother and younger sister.  He graduated from Red Bank High School in 1941. He enlisted in the Army in WWII and rose to the rank of crew chief on a B-29 bomber in the 20th Air Force 468th “Billy Mitchell Group”.  He flew from Kharagpur India and Pungshaw China to Japan, Manchuria and Taiwan on bombing missions. While on leave from the Army he married his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Audrey Carhart,  and were married for over 60 years. After the war he went to work for Bendix Aviation Corporation in Eatontown from which he retired. He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Red Bank, a founder of the Red Bank Junior Rifle Club, the leader of Boy Scout Troop #17 in Red Bank and a volunteer with Holiday Express.

He was predeceased by his wife Audrey.  Surviving is a sister, Jane Garrison of Little Silver; a son, Gerald Senion and his wife Mary of Jackson, Tennessee; a daughter, Lynn Jackson and her husband Charles of Red Bank; four grandchildren, Melissa Carmichael, Erich Jackson, Amanda Wilkes, Laura Jackson and three great grand children, Kylie, Morgan and Madison Wilkes.  Charles also leaves behind many loving nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Sunday, March 30th from 2:00-4:00 PM and 7:00-9:00 PM.  A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Monday, 10:30 AM.  Interment will follow at Fair View Cemetery, Middletown.  

The family requests memorial donations in his memory to the United Methodist Church, 247 Broad St., Red Bank, NJ  07701.

EMMA ADELE BOGART, 93, passed away on Monday, March 23, 2009 at Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank, surrounded by her loving family.  

The Lord called Emma home and she has passed to her reward.  She lived her life filled with happiness, kindness, and love for all who knew her.  Her family will miss her comforting and loving ways at their time of need, but are sure that God has greeted her into his Heaven with open arms, to spend the rest of time in her new home. She was born on May 15, 1915 to Arthur and Willimeana Lomax in Brooklyn, NY.  She was brought to New Jersey at an early age when her family moved to Monmouth County.  She spent the following years in Red Bank area, but made short visits with her husband, Joseph, to their farm in Pennsylvania.  She and Joseph were married for 68 years.  They lived at their home in Florida from New Year’s Day until May 30th from 1976 to 1992.  She had many friends in Florida and spent her time there enjoying the warm weather and her favorite activities of swimming, water-skiing, boating, and shopping in local cities.  Emma was a member of the River Plaza Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary in the 50’s and 60’s.  She loved to bowl.  She was a member of the WIBC Ladies Championship Team in 1975 and 1976, and received the WIBC Award for her big 4 strike and she was so thrilled. 

Emma was a devoted wife to her husband.  She was a wonderful mother to her two sons and had them down to her home in Florida as often as time permitted.   She is survived by her husband, Joseph V. Bogart; her sons, Joseph C. Bogart and Barbara J. Bogart, and Robert L. Bogart and his wife Margaret A. Bogart; her grandsons, Joseph and Jeffery Bogart; and two great granddaughters, Clara and Molly Bogart.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Thursday, March 26, from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, with a service at 12:00 PM.  Interment will follow at Fair View Cemetery in Middletown.

Maureen C. Doherty, 49, of Belmar, died at her home on March 21.

Maureen is predeceased by her parents Peter J. Doherty and Joan F. Gimbut Doherty. She is survived by her lifelong companion, Thomas Soemer; her brothers, Kevin Doherty, of Eatontown, and Robert Doherty, of CA; and her sister, Susan Doherty-King, of Australia.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Thursday, March 26, from 7:00-9:00 PM, with a prayer service at 7:30 PM.  A grave-side service will be offered at 9:30 AM on Friday, March 27 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Middletown. 

Elizabeth C. Call, 92, of Middletown, died at Meridian Nursing and Rehabilitation at Shrewsbury on Saturday, March 21.  

She owned Call’s Bookkeeping Service in Middletown.

She is predeceased by her husband, Harland G. Call, and her parents Benjamin F. Ayers and Emily Peperill Ayers.  She is survived by several nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are private and were entrusted to the Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank.

THOMAS EDWARD SELAH, 54 of RED BANK passed away at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch on Friday, March 20th.  

He was a resident in Red Bank all of his life.  Thomas had worked for Denco in Eatontown as a repairman for vacuums.

  He was preceded in death by his parents, George W. and Patricia A. Selah and a sister, Viola McBride on February 26, 2005.  He is survived by a son, Thomas Joseph of Colts Neck; a brother, George and his wife, Anne of Red Bank; two sisters, Jacky and husband, Gary Strasser of Eatontown and Ardeth and husband, Patrick Oettinger of Red Bank along with many nieces and nephews.

All arrangements are private and were entrusted to the Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank.

Olivia Summers Dutcher, long-time resident of Fair Haven, NJ, died peacefully in her sleep Wednesday morning in her Seabrook Village apartment. She was 94.

Born and raised in Abingdon , Virginia , she was the daughter of Lewis Preston Summers and Katherine Barbee Summers.  She attended George Washington University where she received a degree in social work and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi Sorority.  She was employed as a social worker during the Depression in the Appalachian mountain region surrounding Abingdon.

Olivia married Howard Jackson Dutcher Jr. of Norfolk, Va. in 1942, and they moved to Red Bank while he was stationed at Fort Monmouth during World War II.  They made their home in Fair Haven in 1946, and, after Howard's death in 1958, Olivia began a successful career in real estate which she continued for nearly 40 years.  She moved to Seabrook Village in 1998.  Olivia is survived by her two children and their families - Derek Preston Dutcher and his wife Jean, of Swainton, New Jersey, and Susan Dutcher Forte and her husband Rocco, of Hadlyme, Connecticut, and her grandchildren James, Cate and Susannah Forte, as well as her many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brothers John Grant Summers, Lewis Preston Summers, and Andrew Rowan Summers and her sisters Gay Summers Jessup, Katherine Summers Calvert, and Douglas Summers Brown.

Olivia was actively involved with the Family and Children's Service for over 60 years, having been a founding member of its Navarumsunk Auxiliary.  She was a long-time member of the Tower Hill Presbyterian Church of Red Bank, where she had served as a deaconess.  She always maintained strong ties to her native Southwest Virginia .

An avid reader, Olivia was a student of trees, plants, birds and animals, and people.  Well-known as a fascinating conversationalist with an admirable memory for details, she enjoyed recounting stories of the people and places close to her heart. She will be missed by her many friends throughout the area. 

There will be a memorial service for Seabrook residents and staff on Saturday, March 28 at 2PM in the Town Square Atrium.  There will be a memorial service in the chapel at Tower Hill Presbyterian Church, Red Bank, NJ, on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 12 noon.  

Donations in her honor may be made to the Family and Children's Service, 191 Bath Avenue , Long Branch , NJ   07740 .  The Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank was entrusted with the arrangements

CLIFTON MAX JENSEN, 93 of RED BANK, NJ died on March 17, 2009.

Born September 6, 1915 in Mantua , UT to Marion and May Jensen, he was raised in Brigham City with his five brothers and sisters on his father’s sheep ranch.

He enlisted in the US navy in 1933 at the age of 17, where he served for twenty-two years.  He achieved the ranks of Chief Electrician, Chief Petty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer. During WW II he served aboard destroyers in the Atlantic Fleet and with an amphibious radar unit and repair ship in the Pacific.  He participated in battles at Guadalcanal, the Solomon Islands , the Philippines and at Bougainville aboard the USS Whitney. He retired from the navy in 1955 and moved with his wife and children to New Jersey .  There he began a long, successful sales career which started with Duncan Parking Meters, continued with Koontz Equipment Corp. and returned to Duncan Industries, with whom he remained until his retirement at the age of 74.

He is predeceased by his wife of 59 years, Alice Theresa Salem, whom he married in 1945.  They had three children.  He is survived by daughters, Judith Jensen Duverger of Red Bank,  Lucy of Los Angeles, CA; son Gregory and daughter-in-law, Kathy of Groveland, MA; grandchildren, Noelle and Andrew Durverger, Jessica and Patrick Jensen, twin sister, Afton Boyle of Idaho Falls, ID; brother, Alan of Salt Lake City, UT; nieces, Caroline Stone of Idaho Falls and Patricia Draper of Salt Lake City, UT.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. , Red Bank on Friday, 7:00-9:00 PM.  A funeral service will be offered at 10:00 AM on Saturday, March 21st at The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints, 14 Reynolds Drive , Eatontown.  Interment will follow at Fair View Cemetery , Middletown .

WALTER STOBO, 78 of LINCROFT passed away on Wednesday, March 18th at Riverview Medical Center , the same hospital that he was born in.  

Walter had lived most of his life in the River Plaza section of Middletown Township .  He then lived in Red Bank for a few years before moving to Lincroft in 1998.

Walter graduated from Leonardo High School in 1948.  He was a milkman for his brother with Raritan Valley Farms and Sunrise Dairies in the early 1950’s.  He also worked for the Middletown Twp. Road Department and the Recreation Department. For a brief time he was also a police dispatcher.  In 1965, Walter then went to work for the U.S. Post Office as a letter carrier.  He worked for them retiring after 25 years of service.  In his retirement, he drove part-time for Share-a-Ride for Para-transit. 

In the 1950’s-1960’s, Walter belonged to the River Plaza Fire Company; from 1967-1970 he was a member of both the Red Bank Hook and Ladder and the Red Bank First Aid Squad.  He was a 50 year member of the Free and Accepted Masonic Navesink Lodge #9. 

He loved the outdoors especially boating and camping and hanging out at Chris’s River Plaza Marina. 

Walter was preceded in death by his parents, William Stobo and Janet Forest Hall Stobo and his brother, William G. Stobo in 1989.  He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Constance Adams Stobo; three nephews and their spouses, William G. Stobo and Pat Heft of Portsmouth, VA, Donald G. Stobo of Tampa, FL and Edward W. Stobo and wife, Laurette of New Port Richie, FL; a niece, Janet Stobo Leary and husband, Kevin of Amston, CT; a sister-in-law, Margaret Williamson Stobo of Crystal River, FL; a niece-in-law, Rosemary Stobo of Danville, PA; two grand nieces and one grand nephew, two great-grand nephews and one great-grand niece.

There will be a memorial gathering at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. , Red Bank on Saturday, March 21st from 2:00 until the memorial service begins at 3:00 PM.  

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in his memory to the Alzheimer’s Assoc., Greater NJ Chapter, 400 Morris Ave., STE 251 , Denville , NJ   07834-1365 .

CARLOS JUAN FIGUERAS, 73 of RED BANK departed peacefully and  far too soon for us.  He left this world to be with the Lord Jesus Christ early Saturday morning, March 14th.  

He was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico on December 8, 1935 to Jose Antonio and Lydia .  He came to New York City when he was 10 years old and made his home there for 30 years.  He worked many places in New York City and NJ as a chef in many restaurants.  He also worked as a chef for Pan American Airlines.  For the past twenty-five years, he and his family have made their home in Red Bank.  He loved his family and his friends very much.  Carlos loved to have his life filled with music and good times with all those that he loved and loved him.

Carlos leaves behind his beautiful, loving and caring wife of 33 years, Irma; his two sons, Juan Carlos and Eric Joel and two grandsons, Marcu and Jonathan.

All who knew Carlos are welcome to join the family at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad Street, Red Bank for a visitation from 10:00 AM until the service begins at 12:00 Noon.  Interment will follow at Fair View Cemetery , Middletown .

Jane Corbin, 77 of Wayside, entered God’s presence on March 15, 2009 after a brief but courageous battle with cancer at St. Barnabas Hospice Center of Monmouth Medical, Long Branch

Born in Port Jervis, NY she resided on Long Island NY and North Plainfield , NJ before moving to Ocean Township in 1977. She was a Medical Technologist and was the Blood Bank Supervisor for St Francis Hospital, in Roslyn , NY . Later on, she also worked as a billing and collection specialist for Dr. Grossman’s office in Tinton Falls and for Omni Health Care before retiring in 1996. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church (Tower Hill), Red Bank. She was past co-president of the Tower Hill Choir, a Deacon, member of the Elizabeth Circle , and active on the Grief Care Ministry Team. She volunteered her time for the SPCA, St James Convent, and for the Boy Scouts of America as a merit badge counselor. Her sense of humor, smile and giving of herself to others were her greatest gifts.

She is predeceased by her parents, Harry & Harriet Caulkins, Port Jervis, NY, her husband Raymond, and her son, Tom. She leaves behind a daughter and son in law, Cyndie and Scott Van Bavel, Wanamassa, two grandchildren, Jen and Chris, and her precious dog, Pachelbel.

In lieu of flowers, a designated memorial fund has been set up to receive donations for Forestburg Scout Reservation in her memory. Funds may be mailed to Monmouth Council, BSA, 705 Ginesi Drive , Morganville , NJ 07751 .  Any checks sent here should have a notation “In memory of Jane Corbin.” 

The Memorial Service in celebration of her life will be at First Presbyterian Church, 255 Harding Rd. , Red Bank on Saturday April 4, 2009 at 1:30 pm. Scattering of ashes will be private. There will be no viewing or visiting hours. Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank is in charge of arrangements.


VISITATION:  Tuesday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM
MASS:  Wednesday, 10:00 AM @ Holy Cross RC Church 30 Ward Avenue Rumson, NJ

American Cancer Soc.
Atten: Memorial Processing
6725 Lyons Street
Syracuse, NY  13057

RICHARD TERRITO, 72 of the SHADY OAKS SECTION of MIDDLETOWN, passed away on Monday, March 16th.  

Born in Brooklyn, NY, he lived in Staten Island, NY prior to his moving to Middletown in 1991.  He was an alumni of New Dorp High School and was a 1958 graduate of the New York School of Mechanical Dentistry.  First and foremost, Richard loved his family.  He also loved boating and the time he got to spend in Florida with his family.  He owned and operated Richmond Dental Laboratory from 1967-2009. 

Richard was preceded in death by his wife, Joan in 1990; a brother, John D. Territo and a sister, Betty Dorato.  He is survived by two sons, Robert and wife Deborah of Tinton Falls and Richard D. and wife Cheryl of Middletown; two daughters, Doreen Forni of Staten  Island, NY and Donna Kelly and husband, Richard of Freehold; a brother Robert of Freehold and six grandchildren, Lauren, Christopher, Jessica, Jennifer, Katey and Emily.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Thursday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM.  There will be no funeral service and interment is private.  

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in his name to the American Cancer Society, Atten.: Memorial Processing, 6725 Lyons St., Syracuse, NY  13057.

MARYANN CHIZMAR, 67, of RED BANK, NJ died at her home on Sunday, March 15, 2009, surrounded by her loving family.  

She was born in Jersey City to Paul and Mary Chizmar.  She spent most of her life living in Colts Neck before moving to Red Bank.  She was a fashion consultant for Bamberger’s department store, and then moved on to Odyssey Travel, where she was a travel agent who specialized in the Caribbean and also a property manager.  She was a member of the Colts Neck Fire Co. No. 2 Ladies’ Auxiliary.  She enjoyed skiing and she was a member of a ski patrol at a Vermont ski area.  After she retired, Maryann became an avid gardener.   

Maryann was predeceased by her step-brother, Paul Chizmar, Jr.  She is survived by her children, Paul Moscatello of Brooklyn, NY, and her daughter Terri Ellis and her husband Jack of Galloway, NJ; her grandchildren, Christopher, Todd, Tara, and Caitlin; and her brother, Joseph Chizmar and his wife Helen of Edison, NJ.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Wednesday, 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 PM.  A memorial mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 9:15 AM at St. James RC Church, 94 Broad St., Red Bank.  

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in her memory to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, 14 Pennsylvania Plaza, Ste 1400, NY, NY 10122 or, or to the VNA Hospice Program, Courtesy of Development Office, 176 Riverside Ave., Red Bank, NJ 07701.

ARNOLD “MICKEY” RATHLEV, 89 of LITTLE SILVER, NJ passed away at his home on Thursday, March 12, 2009, surrounded by his loving family.  

Born in Elmhurst, Long Island, Mickey traveled the world before retiring on Blackberry Creek in Long Branch, NJ. Mickey attended Union College, where he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity and co-captain of both the baseball and basketball teams.  He graduated in 1941 as an Electrical Engineer and was immediately commissioned as a US Army officer.  His first assignment took him to London and the British college of Military Science where he helped with the development of the radar.  At that time, the US entered World War II, and Mickey served in the South Pacific supporting General MacArthur’s island-hopping from New Guinea to the Philippines.

After the war, he went to work as an engineer in Bell of PA.  It wasn’t long before he rejoined the Army and went back to war in Korea.  He stayed with the Army until his retirement in 1966 from Fort Monmouth as a Colonel, with assignments up and down the east coast, in Europe and with the celebrated 82nd Airborne Division. Mickey had a second career in the civilian world, at the dawn of the automated data processing and computer age.  He worked for a number of technology companies, ultimately retiring from ITT in 1975. Mickey enjoyed playing golf and bridge, playing his saxophone, and in later years, golfing, crosswords, Sudoku and playing chess.  He especially enjoyed chatting with friends and neighbors.

He is pre-deceased by his wife Catherine and daughter, also Catherine.  He is survived by his son George; his four daughters, Deborah, Elizabeth, Mary and Suzanne and 13 grandchildren.

A memorial gathering will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St., Red Bank on Sunday, March 15th, from 1:00 PM until a Service of Remembrance at 2:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in his memory to the Wounded Warriors Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS  66675-8517 or by going on line to

Jane C. Hoffman
Visitation:  Friday, 2:00-4:00 PM only
Mass:  Saturday, 10:00 AM @ St. Leo the Great, 50 Hurley's La., Lincroft
Interment:  Fair View Cem., Middletown

KATHERINE “KATIE” E. ZIMMERMAN, 26 of the RIVER PLAZA section of MIDDLETOWN passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Wednesday, March 4th. 

Born in Pittsburgh , PA , Katie and her family have made their home in Middletown for the past 22 years.  Katie was a parishioner of St. Leo the Great RC Church, Lincroft where she received her First Holy Communion and was confirmed.  Katie was a special needs graduate in the adult program of the Schroth School (Ladacin Network) in Wanamassa.

Katie is survived by her parents, Paul and Loretta; a brother, Paul of Middletown; a sister, Lauren Zimmerman of Arlington, VA and her fiancé Andrew Thomas; her paternal grandmother, Bette Zimmerman of Prospect Heights, IL and many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who were all touched by this special child of God.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, March 7th, 10:00 AM at St. Leo the Great RC Church, 50 Hurley’s Lane, Lincroft.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in Katie’s memory to her school, LADACIN Network, Inc. 1701 Kneeley Blvd. , Wanamassa , NJ   07712 or by going online to and clicking on the “Donate Now”.

BRIDGET JOSEPHINE “JOSIE” McDONNELL CLANCY of RED BANK passed away at her home on Sunday, March 1st.  

She was born December 29, 1928 in New York City during the Great Depression to Patrick J. McDonnell and Rose Clarke McDonnell, her loving parents, originally from Castle Blaney, CO. Monaghan , Ireland .  She was the first member of her family born in the United States of America .  Josie graduated from Julie Richmond High School, Manhattan, New York City in 1947 and St. Francis of Assisi Finishing School also New York City.  She was employed with Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., NYC before her move to Ireland and subsequent marriage.

Josie lived in Dublin , Ireland from 1952 to 1959 where she married Fergus J. Clancy of Carrickmacross Co. Monaghan and had three children.  She and her young family immigrated to New Jersey , USA in 1959 first settling in Little Silver.   Her family continued to grow with the birth of two more children before permanently settling in Red Bank.  As she said many times, she never wanted to live anywhere else.  She loved her home, enjoyed her neighbors, being so close to the Navesink River and the ocean, along with being a part of a wonderful community.  After her children were raised, she was employed by MCOSS, VNA in Red Bank from 1973 thru 1978, Riverview Hospital, Red Bank-Consumer Education 1978-1982 and Dr. P. Brodsky, Rumson 1987-1992.  She was a parishioner of St. James Roman Catholic Church, Red Bank and was affiliated with The Irish Federation of Monmouth County, Middletown .  Her hobbies included Irish music and culture, step-dancing, cooking, sewing, computer surfing, continually learning and best of all spending time with her pride and joy, her grandchildren. We are heartbroken, yet full of her life lessons.

She leaves behind her five children and their families.  Her sons, Alan R. and wife, Julie of Colts Neck; Barry J. and wife Merrie of Huntingdon Valley, PA and Robert F. and wife, Laura of Wall.  Her daughters, Arlene F. Clancy-Dooley and husband, Richard E. of Red Bank and Loretta A. Clancy of Deerfield Beach , FL.   Along with six beloved grandchildren, Jenna, Ryan, Jeffrey, Timothy, Conor and Sean Clancy.  She is also survived by two sisters Maye Lennox of Manasquan and Kathleen Philips of Ft. Lauderdale , FL.   She leaves behind many loving nieces, nephews, sister and brother in laws and long time friends to mourn her loss.

Visitation will be held at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. , Red Bank on Tuesday, March 3rd from 5:00-8:00 PM.  Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 4th,   10:00 AM at St. James RC Church, 94 Broad St. , Red Bank.  Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery Mausoleum, Middletown .

MARNA K. McCARTER LORD, 80 of RED BANK died on Wednesday, February 25th.  She was formerly of Rumson where she was the past president of the Public Health Nursing Assoc., a member of the Rumson Country Club, the Seabright Beach Club and was also a member of the Monmouth County Welfare Board. 

Mrs. McCarter Lord was preceded in death by her first husband, Francis E.P. McCarter in 1988, her second husband, Joseph F. Lord in 1993 and a brother, Peter R. Kuelthau in 1986.  She is survived by three children, George W. C. McCarter of Rumson, Robert Y. McCarter and wife Stephanie of Vero Beach, FL and Lisa McCarter of Nashville , TN ; three grandchildren Stephanie McCarter Flynn, Parker Severance McCarter and Eleanor Young McCarter.

There will be no visitation hours. There will be a memorial service announced at a later date.  In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made in her memory to the Visiting Nurse Assoc. Central NJ, 141 Bodman Place , Red Bank , NJ   07701 .  The Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank was entrusted with her arrangements.