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Jackson, of Highlands NJ, passed away peacefully on September 15 in Red Bank NJ, surrounded by loved ones, two days shy of his 80th birthday. He was born on September 17, 1942 in East Orange NJ, son of Margaret Sinnott and Hollis Jackson Lowe.

He attended school in Rumson NJ, in addition to Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock VA.  Jack was a successful multi-sport athlete and had a large collection of trophies. He shared a dresser with brother Bruce, who described the trophies on top as appearing like a city skyline, with barely enough room for Bruce’s small trophy, won for a ballroom dance competition!  By far his best was a tall floor trophy for winning the local Junior Olympics.

Upon graduation in 1960, Jack became a sports writer for the Red Bank Register, a job he loved, working alongside his step-father, ‘Hy Spotting Sports’ Hyatt E. Cunningham, the Register’s Sports Editor and Photographer, and went on to work with the Asbury Park Press.

Surrounded by her children, Rosemary Kiel, RN, passed away on September 14, 2022 after a brief illness.

Affectionately called Rosie by her family, Rosemary was born in Brooklyn to William F. and Rose M. Sullivan on Sept. 24, 1951. She grew up in Parlin, and attended St. Mary’s High School in South Amboy. She went on to study nursing at St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, eventually working her way up to the Operating Room Supervisor at Mid-Atlantic Eye Center. Rosie married Walter A. Kiel in 1978, and raised three children: Meghan, Evan, and Brendan.

Charlotte “MiMi” Rossi passed on September 10, 2022. Born in Jersey City, she moved to Red Bank where she met her husband Vincent Rossi whom she was married to until his death in 1989. Charlotte moved to Eatontown in 1967 and was a proud resident until moving to Maryland to be close to her sister Marie Lloyd.

She was a beloved member of the Eatontown School System from 1978 to 2006.

She is survived by her son Mario Rossi, her pride and joy Goddaughter Lucy Draper; her nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.

Gerald Charles Senion, 75, of Lakewood, passed away on September 7th in Lakewood, NJ. Visitation will be on Monday, September 12 from 4pm-7pm at Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ.  Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, September 13th at 10:30am at Thompson Memorial Home. Burial will follow at Fairview Cemetery.

Jerry was born in Red Bank, NJ to Audrey A. Senion and Charles E Senion. He went to school at Red Bank High School. He married Mary-Claire Plahn Senion on December 21, 1968, in Red Bank, NJ. He graduated from Monmouth University. He worked as a Manufacturing Executive for Frigidaire for over 20 years.

Lisa Butler, resident of Little Silver, New Jersey, passed away on June 26th, at the age of 60, after struggling for many years with a rare lung disease known as "MAC". She is survived by her husband Mark, her two daughters Melissa and Halle, and their dog Diesel. Lisa is also survived by her father and stepmother, Stan and Beth Wengert of Mount Pleasant, SC, her brother Wil, stepbrother Keith Kurber of Fairbanks, AK and stepbrother Kirk Kurber of Fairplay, CO. She was predeceased by her mother, Elizabeth Kurber and stepfather Keith Kurber.

She was a graduate of The University of Colorado and of Fremd High School near Chicago. She was also a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Red Bank.

Rudolph (Rudy) Ernest Kastner III, of Fair Haven, passed away on September 5, 2022 at the age of 58. His family and his many friends will miss his humor, loyalty, selflessness and most of all the unconditional love he had for them.

Rudy grew up in Fair Haven and attended Rumson-Fair Haven Highschool for some time, eventually earning his G.E.D. In his time at school, Rudy was enrolled in a vocational program where he learned carpentry, a skill he would take with him throughout his life.

Rudy would go on to work a number of odd-jobs, most of which involved carpentry. While he was paid with a 30-pack more often than a real paycheck, he loved working with his hands and had immense talent. Whether he was installing a porch deck, whittling a wooden bird for his mother, or cracking open a Budweiser, his hands were rarely idle.

Stephen Kelly was a kind, loving, big hearted man, whose loss will be mourned by everyone who knew him. He had many strengths. He was polite and courteous; he was a leader in almost every field he ever sought work; he cared for people and he let them know it. Children absolutely adored him because he truly was a kid at heart. He had many loves. He loved his family and friends and his pets, especially his dogs, Johnny and Daisy. He had a passion for a wide variety of music, a love he got from his dad. He was an avid reader of fantasy novels especially, including The Lord of the Rings series, The Wheel of Time series, and the Harry Potter series. He also loved his sports teams. The Mets fan base has grown in numbers this week. His heart has touched so many; it is incredibly painful to say goodbye.

Stephen is survived by his loving parents Hazel and Robert Kelly, his sisters Julie Hunter (Marqus) and Gina McCormick (Matt) and his three nephews who are forever grateful for his love and attention, Luke, Evan and Trey McCormick.  He is also survived by his grandmother, Evelyn Kelly, who loved him dearly. Stephen grieved the loss of his paternal grandfather, Robert A. Kelly, his uncle, Robert Raimann and his aunt, Joan Stein. The tragic loss of his fiancé Oliva Klatt in 2020 was truly devastating for him and left a hole in his heart that never healed.

Frank Fiore Ciccone

10/15/1940 – 09/02/2022.

The son of Frank and Madeline Ciccone. Raised in Bayonne, NJ, lived in Colts Neck for 40 years, married to Peggy Ciccone for 50 years.

Survived by daughters Laura, Caryn, Nicole, son-in-laws, grandkids Frank Owens, Maxwell Owens, and Riley Roebuck. Predeceased by loving niece Dawn Caccese.

Robin E. Simunovich (nee Huey) left us on August 30, 2022. She was born in Chicago, IL and has resided in Colts Neck for the last several years. She is predeceased by her parents and husband. She is survived by her son Ryan and his wife, Jessica; her son David and his wife Ami; two step-sons, Peter and Mark, and their wives, Kelly and Iris; four grandchildren; two brothers, Bobby and his wife, Kathy, and Reid; a loving sister-in-law Maria Kerfoot and her husband, Frank; and many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Robin’s grandchildren held a special place in her heart. They will remember her warm embrace, spontaneous adventures, never-ending pillow-fights, and creative pumpkin carving.

Linda Borden McKean died peacefully at her home in Rumson, New Jersey on June 2, 2022. Born in 1928 in New York City, she was a teacher, community leader and fisherwoman, as well as a much loved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend to many.

Descended from the Borden Mills textile family in Fall River, MA., which included the notorious Lizzie Borden, she grew up in New York City and Rumson, NJ. Educated at The Brearley School, Bennington College and the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, Linda worked as an actress. She appeared in multiple Summer Stock Theatre productions, the Clare Street Theatre and on Off-Broadway, with a featured role in A Streetcar Named Desire. In 1952, she married Q.A.Shaw McKean, and moved to Rumson, New Jersey.

John Gerald Magnotta left us on August 23, 2022. Residing in Middletown for most of his life, John and his wife Donna raised three incredible sons; Christopher, Patrick and Michael. He was a caring and devoted husband, father, grandfather, and friend. In his earlier years John devoted much of his free time to the concessions of the River Plaza Youth Club. He and his crew helped to raise funds and spirits with their renowned sausage, peppers and onion sandwiches prepared every Sunday. For the majority of his life John was a self-employed contractor skilled in many trades. Most recently John was employed by Monmouth Building Center as the manager of their lumber yard and warehouse. Despite his busy work schedule, John was always front and center in his children’s lives and their many activities.

Bruce S. Thompson, Owner & Manager, NJ LIC #3740