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Surrounded by family, Eileen S. Hochstuhl (neeSivori), 96, joined our Lord April 30, 2019.  She was born in New York City.
Independent,  looking for adventure, Eileen enlisted in the Navy Waves in February, 1943..  She traveled by bus to Cedar Falls, Iowa for basic training. Her training and quest to fly planes ultimately took her to Georgia and on to Pensacola, Florida. There she trained aspiring pilots in the simulator.  One of those young cadets would be her future husband, despite being quoted as saying "get lost cadet" to William C. Hochstuhl's overtures.  Eileen earned her pilot's license in 1947.
They married November 16th,1945 and raised four daughters.  They resided for 3 years in Lee, Massachusetts before moving to Aruba, Dutch West Indies where they lived for 14 years.  From Aruba, they moved to Houston, TX and later to Middletown, N.J. where they lived for the past 51 years.
Eileen was a devoted and loving mother.  She was an avid golfer and bridge enthusiast as well as a very accomplished seamstress.  She loved to cook.
After nearly 70 years of marriage, Eileen was predeceased by her husband Bill on March 2, 2014. Her enthusiasm for life lives on in her four girls: Jane and her husband William Getty and their four children; Jill Fabel;  Jessica and her husband Richard Nicoletti and their three children; Jennifer and her husband John Hinck and their three children.  Eileen was blessed with thirteen great grand children, all of whom kept her smiling to the end.
Eileen's life will be celebrated with military honors, at Trinity Episcopal Church, West Front Street, Red Bank, New Jersey, at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 6th, 2019.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation to: Stephen I Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306-3100 or   
Bruce S. Thompson, Owner & Manager, NJ LIC #3740