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John James Mego Sr, age 75, of Red Bank, died peacefully with his family by his side on Thursday, February 27, 2020.  John was a lifelong resident of Red Bank. He had a love for this town where he was a member of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department for 55 years and an Ex-Fire Chief out of the Relief Engine Co.

He is predeceased by his wife of 45 years Elizabeth Mego, daughter Margaret Mego-Cooper, sisters Helen, Irene, Rio, Patsy, Gigi & Peggy and parents William Sr & Margaret Mego.

Helen E Richdale passed away peacefully surrounded by family on 2/25/2020. She was born in Queens, NY and moved to Leonardo, NJ at a young age. Helen was a graduate of Leonardo High School. She resided in Colts Neck for the past 72 years with her beloved husband George. Together they raised two children.

Helen was a bookbinder for many years & later owned her own craft store in Lincroft. She was a member of the Lincroft Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary & a founding member of the Lincroft First Aide Auxiliary. Helen was an avid reader of mystery novels & enjoyed gardening, cooking, jigsaw puzzles, & spending time at home with her family, dogs, horses, & donkeys.

 Anne J. Alberta passed away Friday, February 21, 2020 surrounded by her family at Jersey Shore Medical Center. She was 95 years of age.

Anne was born Anne Grace Brescia in Newark, N.J. on April 27, 1924. Her parents were Patrick and Mary Grace Brescia. She also had one sister, Mary (Brescia) Cassio. All predeceased her.

Anne grew up in Elizabeth, N.J. and attended, Holy Rosary Elementary School, Battin High School, and Berkeley Secretarial School in East Orange, N.J. She was later employed as a Secretary in the Medical Dept. of the New York Times in New York City, N.Y., where she was employed for several years before resigning to raise her family.\

Our dearly loved Zachary Misch, 30 years old, finished his work on the planet on February 18.  He was born full of zest, fascinated with the world, but with an oversized heart of compassion that became exhausting for him.

Even so, he became diligent with his schoolwork, thrived at his job at PriMed, and had taken up running again. He was an elected committeeman in Rumson.
Zack is survived by his extended family and the many people he touched.

Zack walked fiercely through Dante’s Inferno and Purgatory.
May he rest peacefully now in Heaven. We are blessed to have known him, and will miss him ever so much.

 

 

Peter M. Delaney, former teacher, vice principal, principal, and assistant superintendent in the Old Bridge schools, died on February 16 at the age of 82.  After his retirement in 1996 he became a consultant to schools in the Middle East, traveling primarily to Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. 

During his tenure in Old Bridge, Dr. Delaney led the township wide initiative that would merge Cedar Ridge High School and Madison Central High School to create Old Bridge High School.

Peter Delaney was raised in South Amboy where he played basketball and baseball at St. Mary’s High School.  He graduated from Monmouth College in 1960, received a Master’s Degree from Seton Hall, and his doctorate from Nova University.

On Monday, February 10, 2020, Irene Boles-Petry, of Little Silver, NJ, died at the age of 67 after a brief illness.

Born in Jersey City, NJ, Irene graduated from Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art, later earning a Master of Arts Degree in Teaching from Monmouth University School of Education, West Long Branch, NJ.  In her early career, Irene was employed by Cecilian Academy of Philadelphia, PA, and later served as an editor for the management consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton, Tinton Falls, NJ.

Donald R. Patterson, Sr., 91, of Red Bank, NJ died on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, having lived a beautiful life in a town he loved. 

Donald was a loving son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and public servant.  He was compassionately cared for in his final months by the staff of the New Jersey Firemen’s Home in Boonton, NJ. 

Donald, nicknamed “Scratchie”, graduated from Red Bank High School in 1948 and was voted “Best Dressed” and enjoyed his time on the football team.  He served in the US Navy for four years as a Radioman 2nd Class aboard the USS Corregidor and the USS Tappahannock.  A lifelong public servant, he retired from the Red Bank Police Department after 34 years of service, attaining the rank of Sergeant and served as Past President of PBA Local 39.  Donald was also a member of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department, as a member of Independent Engine Company for 67 years, where he served as Captain and was also a member of the Red Bank Volunteer First Aid Squad.   Enjoyed as a lifetime hobby, he was an FCC licensed amateur radio operator with the call sign WB2FBC. 

Dolores Thomson, loving wife of 72 years of John Thomson passed away on January 28, 2020.   

Dolores is survived by her husband John, her three children, Joann, wife of Stephen Lazorchak, Paul and his wife Susan, and Robert and his wife Carol.  Dolores had three grandchildren Adam Lazorchak married to Hayes, Mary married to Kevin Fennessy, and Eric Thomson married to Dierdre, and four great grandchildren Cassidy and Avery Fennessy, Alexander Lazorchak, and Claire Thomson.

Kum Hwa Oversen, 77, of Tinton Falls passed away peacefully in her sleep at home on Monday, January 27, 2020. 

Born in South Korea, she met and married a U.S. Navy Corpsman named Herbert who served our country for 27 years and later worked at Monmouth County’s Correctional Institution. While serving the Navy, they traveled the world and raised 2 children. They later settled in Tinton Falls and became the World’s Greatest Grandparents. Kum Hwa loved bingo, playing slot machines in A.C., watching game shows and Judge Judy. She was an excellent cook who specialized in Korean Cuisine. She also made the best pot roast, meatloaf, fried chicken and potato salad. Her grandchildren were her greatest love and joy.

Mary F. Nannini, 96, of Ocean, passed away peacefully on January 27, 2020, with loved ones by her side. Mary was a communicant of St. Anthony of Padua, a member of the Women’s Club of Eatontown.

She was predeceased by her husband James and her son Luigi. She is survived by daughters Carolina Nannini of Long Branch and Phyllis Hart and her husband William J. Hart III of Monmouth Beach; her grandchildren Andrea Smith-D’Ambrisi, Guy Smith, David Smith, Kristin M. Hart, William J. Hart IV, Joseph Naninni and Nicholas Nannini and eight great-grandchildren. 

Mary Misan, 95 of Red Bank, passed away quietly on January 25, 2020.  Mary was a communicant of St. James RC Church and was a member of the church choir.  She was employed at Bell Laboratories from the time that it opened in Holmdel and also in West New York, NJ.

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