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David Weed Buckley, 88, Little Silver, NJ, passed away peacefully on July 17, 2019.

David was the beloved husband of Mary (Smith) Buckley.  He was born in Bryn Mawr, PA, to James Leo Buckley and Josephine (Weed) Buckley.  Raised in Scarsdale, NY, David attended Iona Prep High School. David went on to earn his B.A. and M.B.A. from Cornell University.  After graduation, he served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Tokyo for two years.  After the army, David pursued a career in marketing, working for Lever Brothers and Nielsen Media Research, both in New York City.

David and Mary were married for 61 years and moved to Rumson in 1960, where they lived for 30 years before moving to Little Silver. David was a dedicated member of both Holy Cross and Nativity parishes, served on the board of the Monmouth Day Care Center in Red Bank and was President of the Rumson School Board.

Paul R. Huneke, 72, of Lakewood, NJ, entered into eternal rest at Ocean County Medical Center on July 12, 2019.  Born in The Bronx, NY in 1946, he lived there until his family moved to Fair Lawn, NJ in 1950.  After high school, he earned his BA in education from Concordia College, Riverforest.  Upon completion of his degree he started teaching High School History in Houston, Texas.  It is there that he met his wife Kathy, whom he married in August of 1970.  During his first few years of marriage, Paul studied at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, where he earned his Masters of Divinity.  Paul was ordained as a Lutheran Pastor in August of 1976.  After his ordination Paul enjoyed doing what he loved best for the next 37 years.  Telling the story of Jesus and the good news of the gospel to the members of his congregation.  Paul retired from preaching in August of 2014 and moved to Lakewood, NJ.  In his retirement Paul continued to work part-time for the Church as a consultant for the New Jersey District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

Beloved husband and father, William Thomas Kaeli, Sr., passed away on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.  

Bill grew up in Red Bank, NJ and attended Red Bank Catholic High School and Monmouth College (now Monmouth University). During those years, he was a star baseball and basketball player and was cheered on by the person who was and will forever be his best friend - his wife Emily (Peggy) Curley. After eight years of dating, Bill and Peggy married in the summer of 1966. They built their life together in the Shrewsbury area which included four children and six grandchildren and his forty-year career on Wall Street.

Bill had a wicked sense of humor and a style all his own. Whether he was mowing the lawn, playing sports with his children or attending a cocktail party, Bill was always in khakis, a button down shirt, and loafers with no socks. Bill loved a good joke and busting chops. He was the maestro of one-liners. If you were on the receiving end, you knew he liked you. With the arrival of grandchildren, Bill embraced his role as “Poppy” and enjoyed teaching them the value of a good sense of humor. 

Robert (Bob) Klingerman passed away July 4, 2019 of natural causes at the age of 86.  He was born in Hazelton, PA and resided in River Plaza (Middletown), NJ since 1962. Bob graduated from Girard College, Philadelphia, PA in 1950 and served for ten years in the US Air Force during the Korean War.  He retired from the US Postal Service, working as a Postal Supervisor in Red Bank.  After retirement, he worked at the Monmouth County Courthouse in the records department.

Sixty-three years ago he married the love of his life, Mary Reimiller Klingerman, and together they raised three daughters: Kim Ryan (Henry) of Las Vegas, NV; Carole Weston (George) of Fair Haven, NJ; and Jennifer Herrada (Carlos) of Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ.  Bob was predeceased by his parents, Samuel Klingerman and Ethel Applegate Klingerman, sisters June Hoephner and Doris Yourishin Iero, and brother Samuel Klingerman.  Bob is also survived by seven grandchildren: Amanda, Thomas, David, Kathryn, Amy, Robert, and Isabella, and three great-grandchildren.

Amie Elizabeth Jarmusz, 37, of Farmingdale died on June 26 in her sleep.  She is survived by her loving parents, Karen of Highlands, Ted and his fiancé Laura of Tinton Falls, her brother Luke of Galloway Township and maternal grandmother, Elizabeth Denny of Cincinnati, Ohio. Amie is also survived by her devoted group home housemates Alan, Karen and Kenny; and the many dedicated and loving caregivers at her home, Children’s Center and at SPUR; cherished aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Amie was jubilant and lived life to the fullest, bringing joy everywhere she went.
A Memorial Service will be held at AHN United Methodist Church at 96 - 3rd Ave, Atlantic Highlands, on Friday, July 5 at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to SPUR (Special People United to Ride) or to the ARC of Monmouth Farmingdale Group Home.

On Sunday, June 9, 2019, Michael E Mascone, loving husband and father of two children, passed away at age 51.

Michael was born to John V and Mary T (Ryan) Mascone in Tarrytown, NY.  He graduated high school from Christian Brother Academy in 1986, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from St Joseph’s University in 1990.  Michael was National Execution Manager for Nestle Water, N.A. having worked for Nestle for nearly 20 years.  On Sept 20, 1997, he married Victoria (Tory) Donnelly, with whom he has 2 daughters, Elizabeth (Bess) and Caroline.

Michael was a selfless man who possessed an unwavering sense of optimism that defined all aspects of his life.  A four-year letterman for St Joseph University’s varsity men’s soccer team, Mike was a leading figure in youth soccer for Middletown and Central New Jersey.  He had a deep love and passion for youth soccer and for helping kids develop their skills on the field as players and off the field to become better people.  He was a coach and executive board member for the Middletown soccer club; most importantly he was Bess’ and Caroline’s biggest supporter on the sidelines.  A tireless advocate for children, Michael was also a former member of the Middletown, NJ Board of Education. 

Margaret Elisabeth Hennin of Old Bridge, New Jersey left this Earth on June 4th, 2019. For over 20 years she battled fiercely with illness yet demonstrated a strength and tenacity few could muster. She was a highly passionate woman and was extremely devoted and loyal to family and friends alike. Her “live and let live” attitude made anyone she came in contact with feel instantly at ease and as if they were connecting with a friend they had known for many years.

Margaret was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, graduated from Franklin K. Lane High School in 1976 and later lived in Queens before finally settling in Old Bridge, New Jersey. She was employed as an administrative assistant at Neuberger Berman in Manhattan, at Marketware International in Red Bank, NJ, and at Allister Business Solutions in Freehold, NJ, before devoting herself full time to family life.

William French Overman, (Bill) of Red Bank, NJ, passed away on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. Born in South Orange, NJ, to Courtenay and Margaret French Overman,  Bill lived most of his life in Fair Haven, NJ.

Bill married his wife Patty vom Lehn in 1961 and had been married 58 years. He is survived by his wife, Patty and three children: William, Steven, and Kristin. He was a Navy veteran who served on the Destroyer Escort Heiliger based out of New London, Ct. After the Navy, Bill went on to work at the American Stock Exchange for George Bondbright and E. F. Hutton. He then left Wall Street to sell heavy construction equipment for various brands including: John Deere, International, Fiat Allis, Bobcat, and Mack Trucks.

Benjamin A Bailey, aged 68, passed away on May 10, 2019 after a short but heroic battle against an aggressive cancer.  Originally from Alpine, NJ, he had resided in Rumson for over 37 years.

He leaves behind three families: his cherished home family, as a dedicated husband (married 47 years), father, brother, grandfather, uncle, son-in-law, and best friend; his work family, as President of Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc; and his car enthusiast family, as a member of the Porsche Club of America. Ben gave so much positive intensity and knowledge to everything he loved. He was a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the Society of Marine Port Engineers. He graduated Lehigh University cum laude with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1978 after serving in the Navy during the Vietnam War. As an engineer, Ben helped build the foundations of his industry and continued the legacy of the Bailey family with a unique dignity.

Doris Becker Crow, 89, of Rumson and Marco Island, Fla., passed away peacefully Friday, May 31, at home in NJ, surrounded by her three boys. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, she graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School. She then went on to work for Mellon Bank and Continental Can, before marrying the love of her life, relocating to New Jersey and raising a family.

Always an active woman, she enjoyed spending time with family and friends. A lover of life and people, she was known for her quick wit, incredible sense of humor and wonderful story telling. She left a mark on all of those she touched. She was an avid bridge player and enjoyed time basking in the sun and floating in the pool.

She was predeceased by her parents, Frank W. and Olive (Crawford) Becker; and her beloved husband of 43 years Thomas Seberry Crow. A caring mother especially devoted to her family, she is survived by three loving sons, Thomas Seberry Crow, Jr. of Rumson, Frank Crawford Crow and his wife Stacey of Little Silver and William Becker Crow and his wife Jennifer of Rumson. She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren, the lights of her life, Thomas, Taylor, Abigail, Jackson and Grace.

Ann Elizabeth Weber Mulcahy passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 2, 2019 surrounded by family.  Ann was born in Newark, NJ.  She is predeceased by her parents, Dr. Francis C and Kathryn Weber, and her sister, Kay Oberlander.  She is a graduate of Marylawn of the Oranges and Marymount College in Manhattan.

Ann was a nurse at Monmouth Park Racetrack for 20 years.  Prior to that she was a school nurse at the Fairlawn School in Middletown.

Ann is survived by her husband Paul, whom she was married to for 57 years; her five children, Michael, Long Branch, NJ, Diana Webster (Robert), Doylestown, PA, Charles (Laura), Ottawa, ON, Paula O’Grady (Kevin), Ardmore, PA, and Robert (Kathleen), Wall, NJ; the loves of her life, her grandchildren, Theresa, Tara, Emily, Owen, Kiera, and Brady Webster, Conor, Evan, Griffin, and Molly Mulcahy; her niece, Karen Oertly, grandniece, Jennifer LeDuc, and great grandnephew Remy LeDuc.

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