Mr. Zetkulic was born in 1925 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He married Marion Mink in 1955. Mr. Zetkulic had four siblings who predeceased him, including his brother, Michael, who died in World World II in the Philippines and his three sisters, Marguerite Procanik, Dorothy Pollak, and Florence Gardella.
He attended Perth Amboy High School before serving as a quartermaster on a PT Boat in the South Pacific in World War II seeing action in New Guinea and the Philippines. Mr. Zetkulic received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Columbia University in New York. Mr. Zetkulic then worked for over thirty years as a chemist with American Home Products in Cranford, New Jersey.
Gennaro was a depot manager for Taystee Bread in Port Chester, NY and retired at the age of 50.
He is predeceased by his wife Mary; his parents Helen and Gennaro; and siblings Caroline, Bobby and Pat. He is survived by his daughters Carol, Joanne and Cindy; his grandchildren Jeremy, Gina, Gianna, James, Christopher and Joseph; and two great-grandchildren Gavin and Ashley.
Visitation will be Wednesday, July 27th from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St, Red Bank. A Funeral Service will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, July 28th at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Middletown.
Born in 1938, Eva was raised on a farm in Jackson Mills, New Jersey until her family moved to Rumson when she was ten. There she attended Rumson High School, married, and raised four children until 1986 when they moved to Tinton Falls.
Eva was a creative and award-winning quilter and inspiration to her family, friends, and community. She taught ceramics and quilting for years. She was an active member of the CPC Quilting Group and the Knitwits Knitting Group. She received numerous awards locally and nationally for her quilts, embroidery, and needlepoint. She enjoyed her family, numerous friends, laughing, and beautiful day at the beach.
Barbara never met a stranger – her warm smile, cheery disposition, and positive outlook on life endeared her to her many friends, co-workers and acquaintances. She had a passion for living a natural healthy life, and always led a very active lifestyle, seeming much younger than her 91 years!
She enjoyed the arts, being outdoors, ballroom dancing, and especially being around people. Barbara also loved traveling and enjoyed many adventures in retirement including trips to Paris and Russia as well as visits to upstate New York, the Pacific Northwest, and Texas to see family and friends. She was always up for an outing, and loved going to New York City, attending events at the Count Basie Theater, or just being with friends.
Age 83 of Little Silver
The celebration of life will be on Wednesday, August 10th at 4 p.m. at the Rumson Country Club.
Gillian Courtney-Pratt of Little Silver, passed away peacefully at home on July 14, 2016 at the age of 83. She was born to Gladys and Leslie Grundy in London, England. Educated locally but later at Ashford School for Girls in Kent. She went on to Guildford School of Art at which she excelled. She then became a highly competent secretary working amongst others for Adlai Stephenson.
When he was in the U.K., she met Jeofry Courtney-Pratt in Cambridge Where he was a Physics Professor at Gonville and Cavis College. They married in 1957 and shortly after moved to the U.S. When Jeofry joined Bell Labs at Murray Hill, they lived in Springfield, NJ.
The only child of Francis E. and Frances D. Mackle, Enid was born in Roselle, New Jersey. She graduated from Roselle High School and went on to earn a degree in English from Beaver College.
After college, Enid pursued a career in the advertising industry, working as a research analyst for Young and Rubicam in New York City. She left the company after six years and moved to Monmouth County with her husband Harry A. Billerbeck, to raise their two daughters.
Enid was an engaged and outgoing member of the community. She cherished the many friendships she established as a long-standing member of the Sands Beach Club, the Rumson Country Club, the Junior League of Monmouth County, and as an auxiliary member of the Family & Children’s Service. Her Christian faith was important to Enid and she was an active communicant at the Christ Episcopal Church in Middletown.
Frank was born and raised in Bayonne, NJ and served with the US Navy during WWII achieving the rank of coxswain mate. He was also a past commander of the Bayonne American Legion Post 19. He graduated from George Washington University School of Government in 1950 and then joined his father’s real estate and insurance firm, the O’Donnell Agency, in Bayonne. He was a licensed real estate and insurance broker and a certified real estate appraiser. He married Florence L. Domenico and they lived in Bayonne before moving to Allenhurst, NJ.
Frank was a long-time member of the Spring Lake Golf Club and the New Jersey Board of Appraisers. He served on the Board of Trustees for Pamrapo Savings Bank in Bayonne as well as the Bayonne Board of Realtors.
She owned and operated Josephine’s Beauty Salon in Red Bank for over 25 years. She was a past member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Red Bank Elks. She will be remembered for her kind spirit, positive attitude and energy and her love of dancing and big band music.
She was predeceased by her husband of 42 years, Edward K. Howe, Sr.; second husband, Edward Sommers; brothers, Tony and John Caprioni; and sister, Anna Summonte. Surviving are her sister, Mary Caprioni; daughters, Marcia Howe and Sarah Howe Theiss; four sons, Edward and his wife Patrice, Doug and his wife Debby, Alex and his wife Pam Peseux, Tim and his wife Beth; as well as 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Age 59 - New York City, Formerly of Rumson, NJ
Marion Baker (Muffit) Sloan, of New York City, formerly of Rumson, NJ, passed away on June 17, 2016. Marion was the daughter of Samuel Sloan III and Marion Dryden Baker Sloan. She graduated from Rumson Country Day School, Choate-Rosemary Hall and Syracuse University. She is the sister of Cynthia Titus Powers of So. Royalton, VT, Dorothy Titus McFeeters of Boston, MA, and Ellen Sloan Nicholson of Savannah, GA. She is also survived by nephews Samuel Colt Sloan, Richard, Kenneth and Patrick McFeeters, grandnephews Samuel Colton Sloan, Chase McFeeters and grandniece Katie McFeeters. She is predeceased by her parents and her brothers Jay deWitt Titus and Samuel Sloan Jr.