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Barbara Murray
PISCATAWAY - Barbara L. Murray Dagnall died Feb. 25, 2003, at her home. She was 70. She was the mother of Todd Dagnall of Pittstown and Bruce Dagnall of High Bridge. Born in Newark, she had resided in Warren for 29 years before moving to Piscataway in 1991. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Dagnall was a member of the Trinity United Church in Warren. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mount Bethel Volunteer Fire Company and had served as a commissioner and coach in the Warren Township Baseball Association. Her husband, Robert, died in 1984. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie Dagnall of Piscataway; seven sons, Steven of Piscataway, Scott of Bethlehem, Pa., Brett of Palmer, Pa., Shawn of Greenwich Township, Gordon of Westfield, Todd of Pittstown and Bruce of High Bridge; three brothers, Kenneth Murray of Bloomfield, Stuart Murray of Mount Holly and 'Hap' Murray of West Orange, and 17 grandchildren. Services were held Saturday at Mundy Funeral Home in Dunellen. Interment was at the Bound Brook Cemetery.

R. Kenneth Walley
CLINTON TWP. - R. Kenneth Walley died Feb. 27, 2003, at Hunterdon Care Center in Raritan Township. He was 84. He was born in Reading, Pa., the son of Ralph and Stella Detterline Walley. He lived in Shillington, Pa., and later lived in Clinton Township for three years. He was an Army veteran of World War II, attaining the rank of second lieutenant. Mr. Walley was a Boy Scout leader. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Shillington. He was a member of many volunteer groups affiliated with the church, including Meals on Wheels. He also enjoyed both fresh and salt water fishing. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Ruth Fraser Walley, and a daughter, Joanne Yager, both of Clinton Township, and two grandchildren. Services with military honors and burial were held Monday at Indiantown Gap National Veteran's Cemetery in Annville, Pa. Martin Funeral Home in Clinton made arrangements. Memorial contributions can be sent to the Alzheimer's Association, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, NJ 07834-1365 or the American Heart Association, 2250 Route 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

Dorothy Wagner
WHITEHOUSE STATION - Dorothy Bridget Langon Wagner died Feb. 26, 2003, at Easton Hospital. She was 82. She was born in Jersey City, the daughter of Joseph and Dehlia Wright Langon. She lived in Bridgewater and Lakeland, Fla. prior to moving to Whitehouse Station in 1996. Mrs. Wagner enjoyed bowling, bingo and her many friends. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes R.C. Church in Whitehouse Station. Her husband of 59 years, Ed Wagner, died in 1996. Her brothers, Joseph and George Langon, her sister, Mary Saling, and two grandchildren died earlier. She is survived by her sons, John of Flemington, Thomas of Readington Township and Ed of Hannibal, N.Y.; nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. A funeral service took place at Branchburg Funeral Home on Friday. Burial was in Bushnell (Fla.) National Cemetery on Monday.

Dante Faraone
PITTSTOWN - Dante Faraone died Monday, March 3, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 79. Born in Italy, he was the son of Alessandro and Maria Minucci Faraone. He lived in Newark and Edison before moving to Pittstown in 1977. Until his retirement, he was a supervisor at the Newark Public Library. Mr. Faraone served with the Navy during World War II aboard the USS Bunker Hill in the South Pacific. He was a former member of the VFW post in Union. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Josephine Faraone; three sons, Alexander of Kingwood Township, Nickolas of Staten Island, NY, and Dante Jr. of High Bridge; two brothers, William and Alexander, both of Toms River; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services are scheduled for today at 3 p.m. at Robert L. Ford Funeral Home in Flemington. Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Private burial will follow. Memorial contributions can be made to the National Kidney Foundation. To send an online condolence, visit

Dolores Gimson
BRIDGEWATER - Dolores F. Fadil Gimson died Sunday, March 2, 2003, at Arbor Glen Continuing Care retirement community. She was 70. She was the widow of state Assemblyman Douglas E. Gimson, who died in 1969. Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of Jacob and Lottie George Fadil. She was raised in Trenton. She lived in Lambertville and West Amwell Township before moving to Arbor Glen five years ago. She was an administrative assistant for the state for many years. She was a member of Old Rocks Church in West Amwell Township. She is survived by a son, Richard Gimson of Frenchtown; three daughters, Jacqueline Gimson of Norwich, N.Y., Suzanne Harper of Flemington and Alison DiPasca of Hillsborough, and eight grandchildren. A memorial gathering is planned for tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. at Countryside Funeral Home in Three Bridges. A memorial service is planned for Saturday at noon at the church. Memorial contributions can be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Greater N.J. Chapter, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, NJ 07834.

Christina Carrigg
HOLLAND TWP. - Christina Lea Apgar Carrigg died Feb. 22, 2003, at home. She was 33. Born in Easton, she was a lifelong resident of Holland Township. She graduated in 1987 from Delaware Valley Regional High School and in 1991 from Richard Stockton State College in Pomona, where she earned a B.A. degree in accounting. Mrs. Carrigg was a staff accountant at Life Cell Corp. in Branchburg for three years. Before that, she worked at Zeus Industrial Products in Raritan Township. She was a member of Holland Presbyterian Church. She worked and volunteered at Riegel Ridge YMCA in Holland Township and volunteered at NORWESCAP food bank in Phillipsburg. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, and going to the beach. Surviving are her husband, William F.; her parents, Dale and Patricia M. Robinson Apgar of Holland Township; her maternal grandparents, Walter and Regina Robinson of Alabama; her paternal grandmother, Hazel Apgar of Phillipsburg; her sister, Alison Wilt of Flemington; her best friend, Jennifer Aroneo of Holland Township; and her godson and nephew, Zachary J. Wilt. Funeral services were held Feb. 27 at W.E. Johnson Home in Holland Township. Interment was in Bloomsbury Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to NORWESCAP, 201 North Broad St., Phillipsburg 08865 or Holland Presbyterian Church, Church Road, Milford 08848.

Connie Heater
ALEXANDRIA TWP. - Connie Joyce Heater died Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2003 at Chandler Hall in Newtown, Pa. She was 53. Born in Phillipsburg to Lester and Dorothy Minder Mills, she lived most of her life in Riegelsville, Pa., and Upper Black Eddy, Pa. She attended First United Church of Christ, Milford. She worked in the housekeeping department at Doylestown (Pa.) Hospital for nine years. Before that, she worked at the Acme supermarket in Flemington. She is survived by her mother, who lives in Doylestown; her husband, Marvin R.; two sons, Brian Fitzgerald of Doylestown and Darren Moran of Alexandria Township; her daughter, Kena Huttemann of Doylestown; a brother, Lester N. Mills of Upper Black Eddy; a sister, Silvia D. Urban of Richboro, Pa.; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday at First United Church of Christ. Burial was at Milford Union Cemetery. Arrangements were by W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township. Memorial donations may be made to Breast Cancer Research, 654 Madison Ave., Suite 1209, New York, NY 10021.

Dorothy McQuaid
BLOOMSBURY - Dorothy G. Jones McQuaid died Feb. 26, 2003 in her home. She was 87. Born in Irvington, she was the daughter of Erwin and Carrie V. Becker Jones. She had worked in the shipping department of Koh-I-Noor in Bloomsbury. She was a member of the Bloomsbury Methodist Church and its W.S.C.S. Women's Club. She was a former member of the Bloomsbury Hose Company Ladies Auxiliary, a former member of the Bloomsbury PTA and was formerly active in the SHARE Food Program in Bloomsbury. She and her husband, George A. McQuaid, observed their 68th wedding anniversary last Sept. 9. Four brothers, Wilbur, Lester, Harry and Roy and two sisters, Ruth Burd and Florence Wolverton died earlier. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, George A. McQuaid Jr. and a daughter, Alice J. Stone, both of Bloomsbury; three brothers, William of White Township, Erwin Jr. of Stewartsville and Philip of Milford; a sister, Evelyn Peterman of Bloomsbury; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Her body was cremated. Burial will be later. The Noto-Wynkoop Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Online condolences can be submitted at Memorial contributions can be made to Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Dr., Flemington 08822.

Eric Gordon
NORTH PLAINFIELD - Eric J. Gordon died on Friday, Feb. 28, 2003 at home. He was 38. He was the son of James and Janet Lund Gordon. Mr. Gordon was born in Belleville and had lived most of his life in North Plainfield. He graduated from North Plainfield High School and was employed by several landscaping companies. His mother died in 1998. In addition to his father, of Stanton, Mr. Gordon is survived by two brothers, Scott Gordon of Hillsborough Township and Glenn Gordon of Readington Township and a sister, Beth Hardison of Vienna, Va. A memorial service date will be announced by the Countryside Funeral Home in Three Bridges. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick 08902.

Mary Knight
MILFORD - Mary Anne Healy Knight died Feb. 26, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. She was 56. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., she lived in South Plainfield and Oldwick before moving to Milford five years ago. Mrs. Knight graduated from Sacred Heart Academy High School in Hempstead, N.Y. and attended Adelphi University in Mineola, N.Y. She was a communicant of Immaculate Conception Church in Clinton Township. She did volunteer work and fundraising for the Hunterdon Harmonizers and community theater programs in Flemington. Mrs. Knight is survived by her husband, James; two sons, Mark of New Bern, N.C. and Sean of Milford; a daughter, Jennifer Knight of West Palm Beach, Fla.; a brother, Thomas J. Healy of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and two sisters, Anne Busquets of Milford and Dolores McCloskey of Morehead City, N.C. Funeral services were held Saturday under the direction of Higgins Home For Funerals in Watchung. Memorial contributions can be made to The American Cancer Society, New Jersey Division, Somerset Unit, 600 First Ave., Raritan, NJ 08869.

Philip Dermer
WHITEHOUSE STATION - Philip Dermer died on Friday, Feb. 28, 2003, in Cleburne, Texas, while visiting his son. He was 82. Born in Stevensville, N.Y., he lived in Franklin Township, Somerset County, before moving to Whitehouse Station in 1993. He was the owner and operator of the Four Dee Contracting Corp. in Franklin. His area of expertise was masonry work. Prior to owning his own business, he worked with his parents and siblings on the family's Dermer Dairy Farm, where he helped pasteurize and bottle milk for home deliveries. Mr. Dermer served in the Marine Corps during World War II and was awarded a Purple Heart for his efforts. His wife, Dorothy, died in 2001 and two sisters also died earlier: Henrietta Sklansky died in 1991 and Myriam Mascin died in 2002. Surviving are his three sons, Clifford of Cleburne, Texas, Jack of East Brunswick and Daniel of Somerset; a daughter, Lorraine Rodgers of Whitehouse Station; a brother, Michael of North Miami Beach, Fla.; a sister, Dorothy Brody of Bound Brook; 12 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held today at 9:30 a.m. at the Gleason Funeral Home in Somerset. Interment will follow at the Brig. Gen. William C. Doyle Veterans Cemetery in Arneytown. Memorial contributions can be made to the St. Joseph School for the Blind, 253 Baldwin Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07306.

Barbara Davis
WASHINGTON - Barbara Davis died Feb. 26, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center after a long fight with cancer. She was 51. She was born in Richmond, Ind. and raised in Newfoundland, Pa. in the Pocono Mountains. She graduated from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania and received her masters in education at Kean College She lived in Washington. She is survived by her father, Earl Davis of Newfoundland, Pa.; three brothers, Earl Davis of Gales Ferry, Conn., David Davis of Gulfport, Miss., and Bill Davis of Ellenville, N.Y.; six sisters, Diane Jeanotte of Billings, Mont., Pat Scantling of Chester, Pa., Sharon Vallies of Elmer, Linda Clement of Salem, MaryJane Davis of Post Falls, Idaho, and Deb Hall of Chester, Pa. A memorial service was held Tuesday at Readington Middle School, where she taught sixthgrade science for 30 years. Memorial contributions can be made to the Outpatient Oncology Nurses Education Fund at Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center, 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington, NJ 08822.

David Komar
KINGWOOD TWP. - David Komar died on Friday, Feb. 28, 2003, at his home. He was 48. Born in New York City, the son of Robert and Margot Dunckel Komar, he lived in Kingwood for the last seven years. Mr. Komar attended the Maryland Institute, College of Art, in Baltimore. He was a fine arts photographer and showed his works at several Pennsylvania galleries, the New Jersey Printmaking Council and other locations. Together with his wife, Deborah Raven, he ran Raven and Komar Photography in Kingwood. He also farmed his residence. Mr. Komar was an emergency medical technician with the Kingwood Township Rescue Squad for many years, and served as a lieutenant and president. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his father and step-mother, Robert and Marion Komar of Leonia; his daughter, Ravenna, and his son, Weston, both of Kingwood Township; three brothers, John Komar of Vermont; Paul Komar of Lexington, Mass., and Duncan Gilkeyof Natick, Mass.; and his sister, Sharada Gilkey of Alexandria, Va. The funeral was held yesterday at Frenchtown Presbyterian Church. Interment will be private, under the direction of the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to the Kingwood Township Rescue Squad, Box 89, Baptistown, Nj 08803 or Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington, NJ 08822.

Jacqueline Furman
KINGWOOD TWP. - Jacqueline Furman died Feb. 25, 2003 at home. She was 61. Born in Kingwood Township, she was the daughter of George and Elizabeth Trafnik Wizner. She resided in Kingwood all her life. She owned and operated Hunterdon Mill and Machine Supply in Readington Township with her former husband, John Furman, for many years. She is survived by one son, Mike Furman of Kingwood Township; two daughters, Tracy Leffler and Jennifer Furman, both of Kingwood Township; four sisters, Betty Greaney of Flemington, Christine O'Brien of Kingwood Township, Marianne Smith of Whitehouse Station and Georgelyn Wizner of New Hampshire; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday in Our Lady of Victories Church in Baptistown. Interment was in St. Magdalen Cemetery in Flemington. Arrangements were under the direction of the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902-4301.

Raymond Scott
SOLEBURY TWP., Pa. - Raymond "Wimpy" Scott died Sept. 17 at Doylestown (Pa.) Hospital. He was 67. Born in Lahaska, Pa., Mr. Scott was the son of John and Clara Wall Scott. He lived in many Bucks County communities over the years and moved to Solebury Townshp in 1966. He was employed by Castoro Trucking Co. in Hopewell, where he worked as a mechanic for the past 37 years. He was an outdoorsman and enjoyed nature. Mr. Scott was predeceased by two sisters, Doris Van Fleet and Mary Krieger, and his daughter, Keli Scott. He is survived by one daughter, Lori Scott of Arlington, Va.; one brother, John Scott, and two sisters, Elsie LaRue and Connie Snyder, all of Lambertville. Services will be held Sept. 20 at 11 a.m. at Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville, followed by burial at Thompson Memorial Cemetery in New Hope. Calling hours are Sept. 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to the Lambertville-New Hope Rescue Squad, Box 237, Lambertville, NJ 08530 or Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burholme Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Online condolences can be made to the family at

Catherine E. Lance
LOPATCONG TWP. - Catherine E. Lance, formerly of Kingwood Township, died Sept. 9, 2002, at Warren Hospital in Phillipsburg. She was 87. Born in Changewater, she was a daughter of the Russell and Jennie Gerard Sigler. A farmer and homemaker, she lived in Kingwood Township for most of her life. She was also a nurse's aide at Union Forge Nursing Home in Clinton Township before retiring in 1988. Mrs. Lance was of the Methodist faith. She was a member of the Kingwood Merry Mixers. She enjoyed gardening. Her husband, Edward B., died in 1975. A brother, Russell Sigler Jr., also died previously. Surviving are her son, Carl Groff of Flemington; her daughter, Charlotte Rush of Easton; four grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sept. 12 at W.E. Johnson Funeral Home in Holland Township. Interment was at Locust Grove Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made to Kingwood Township Rescue Squad, Box 89, or Kingwood Township Volunteer Fire Co., Route 519, both Baptistown, NJ 08803.

Harry D. Blair Jr., 73
BEACH HAVEN GARDENS - Harry D. Blair Jr., a former owner of Niece Lumber in Lambertville, who was active in many organizations there, died Sept. 12, 2002, at his home. He was 73. Born in Abington, Pa., to Harry D. and Mary Shore Blair, he lived most of his life in Lambertville before moving to Beach Haven Gardens nine years ago. He was a graduate of Lambertville High School and a recipient of its Distinguished Alumni Award. He owned and operated C.A. Niece Lumber Co. in Lambertville for 30 years until his retirement in 1994. Mr. Blair was an assistant chief of the Union Fire Company in Lambertville, a chief of the Lambertville Fire Department from 1978 to 1981, and a founder of the city fire commission. He held many offices in the fire department over the years. He was a former member and past president of the Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce, a 1988 Golden Award recipient from the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce, a former trustee for the Phillips-Barber Family Health Center in Lambertville, a member and former officer of the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum in Delaware Township and a former trustee of the Amos Smith Fuel Fund for the needy in Lambertville. He was a former member of the South Hunterdon Regional High School Board of Education. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of the Eastern Building Material Dealers Association and former chairman of its education committee. Mr. Blair was a member of St. Francis of Assisi R.C. Church in Brant Beach, a volunteer in its food pantry and a recipient of the Francis Award in February. His granddaughter, Denise Lugar, died before him. Surviving are his wife, Rose Barnhart Blair; his five daughters, Pat Lugar of Munroe Falls, Ohio, Jeanne Blair of New Hope, Karen Currie of Lambertville, Debbie Barba of Lincoln University, Pa. and Kathleen Delorme of Mercerville; a son, Tim Blair of Lambertville; a brother, Tom of Wilsonville, Ore.; a sister, Penny Sandor of New Hope; 12 grandchildren, and one great-grandson. A funeral liturgy was held Sept. 16 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Beach Haven. A memorial gathering was held Sept. 17 at the Lambertville-New Hope Rescue Squad Building, followed by a fireman's service. His body was cremated. Arrangements were by Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville.

Arthur Boesch
Arthur Thomas Boesch of Alexandria Township died Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2002, at home. He was 90. Born in Union City, son of the late Rudolph and Laura (Kellner) Boesch, he lived in Alexandria Township for many years before moving to North Carolina in 1986, then returned to Alexandria Township in 1999. Mr. Boesch worked in a knitting mill when he was a young man, and then worked at Riegel Paper Corp. in Milford as a mix man for 34 years before retiring in 1975. He was a charter member of the Riegel Federal Credit Union and a former president of United Paperworkers Union Local 713. He and his wife owned a farm in Alexandria Township for many years. After retirement, he worked as a carpenter in North Carolina and New Jersey. He was a member of St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church, Milford. He enjoyed gardening. His wife, the former Anna A. Alessandrini, died previously. Surviving are two sons, Arthur R. and Richard T., both of Frenchtown; two daughters, Laura Candes of Raleigh, N.C., and Patricia Hubert of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a brother, Henry of North Bergen; three sisters, Madeline Ludeke of Browns Mills, and Lillian Lurig and Beatrice Serperneto, both of Phillipsburg; 15 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sept. 16 at W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at the church. Cremation was private. Memorial donations may be made to Kingwood Township Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 89, Baptistown, NJ 08803.

Denton E. Brome III
DUNELLEN - Denton E. Brome III died Sept. 11, 2002, at home. He was 82. A daughter, Catherine Mattison, lives in Annandale. Mr. Brome was born in New Brunswick, the son of Denton E. Brome Jr. and Pearl Green Brome, and lived in Highland Park until moving to Dunellen 53 years ago. He was an airline pilot for Trans World Airlines in New York City for 40 years until his retirement in 1980. He was a member of the Airline Pilots Association and the Aeroclub Albatross in Blairstown. He was also a member of the Quiet Birdman's Pilot Club at both the local and national levels and belonged to various computer clubs. He was also heavily involved in the Soaring Society of America, where he competed in numerous organizations on a national level. Through his competitions, he achieved the Diamond Pin status and held the east coast altitude record for several years. He received numerous design awards for his patents and contributions to sailplane design. He served in the Marines during World War II and the Korean War. In addition to his daughter, he is survived by his wife, Doris Brome; three sons, Fred of Jamestown, R.I., Thomas of Andover, Conn., and Dana of South Glastonbury, Conn.; and 11 grandchildren. A service was held at the Sheehan Funeral Home in Dunellen on Sept. 14. Burial was in Franklin Memorial Park in North Brunswick. Memorial contributions can be made to the Haven Hospice, c/o JFK Medical Center, Edison.

Blanche K. Kalevich
ALEXANDRIA TWP. - Blanche K. Kalevich died Sept. 12, 2002, at the Rolling Hills Care Center in Clinton Township. She was 77. She was born in Jersey City, the daughter of Stanley and Anna Karasiewicz, and had lived in Alexandria Township since 1961. She was a homemaker and an avid artist. She is survived by her husband, Fred Kalevich; a son, Serge Kalevich of New Providence, and four grandchildren. Private funeral services were held Sept. 14 under the direction of Robert L. Ford Funeral Home in Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Heart Association.

Kenneth A. Woolf
SUN CITY CENTER, Fla. - Kenneth A. Woolf died on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002, at Alterra-Sterling House. He was 96. Born in Phillipsburg, he lived in Alexandria Township before moving to Florida 34 years ago. Dr. Woolf was the Hunterdon County superintendent of schools for 10 years, starting in 1955. He had been superintendent of schools in Wayne Township for 10 years and earlier was a teaching principal at the Phillipsburg Elementary School, a principal at a Phillipsburg intermediate school, an elementary school principal in Tenafly for 13 years and high school principal and superintendent of schools in Hackettstown. He was an educator for a total of 38 years. He graduated from Phillipsburg High School, earned his bachelor's degree from Lafayette College, and received his master's and doctorate degrees from New York University. He had been a member of the Flemington Lions Club. While living in Hunterdon, he was a member of Clinton Presbyterian Church. His wife of more than 60 years, Frances Pierson Woolf, died before him. Surviving are two daughters, Janet Bilhuber of Madison and Susan Stanley of Ridgefield, Conn.; eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

Grace B. McCaffery
TRYON, N.C. - Grace Britton McCaffery died Monday, Sept. 16, 2002, in North Carolina. She was 94. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of William Alexander and Emma Edith Owen Thorn. She moved to Tryon in 2000, coming from Clearwater, Fla., where she lived for 30 years. She lived in Raritan Township for 35 years before moving to Clearwater. She worked for the Westfield Board of Education. She was a longtime member of the Grandview Grange in Flemington and the Flemington Woman's Club. She played the piano for the Bay Aristocrat Chorus in Clearwater. Her first husband, Edward Britton, died in 1986. She is survived by her second husband, Irving McCaffery, in North Carolina; two sons, Edward Britton Jr. of Tryon, N.C., and William Britton of Raritan Township; six grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. Calling hours will be Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Funeral services will follow at 11 a.m. Interment will be at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Flemington.

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