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Henry G. Zinn
WAYNE - Henry G. Zinn died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002, at Chilton Memorial Hospital in Pompton Plains. He was 88. Born in Hackensack, he lived in Maywood, Paramus and Clifton before moving to Wayne 50 years ago. He was a teacher at North Bloomfield Junior High School in Bloomfield for 38 years before retiring in 1976. During a teaching assignment in High Bridge, he met his wife, Ann Jean Winder. Mr. Zinn attended Bogota High School, graduating in 1932. He graduated from Montclair Normal School, which became Montclair State University, with a teaching certificate and later received a master's degree in education from Rutgers University in Newark. He served in the Air Force with the 1337th Base Unit, air transport command in the China-Burma, India theater in World War II. He spent much of his service time organizing sport competitions. His wife died in 1995. He is survived by a son, John G. of Verona; a daughter, Jo Ann Candy LaConte of Wayne; a twin sister, Ruth Lowe of Ridgefield Park, and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Nov. 12 at Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home in Wayne. Interment was in Christ The King Cemetery in Franklin Lakes. Memorial donations can be made to the Wayne Public Library, 475 Valley Road, Wayne, NJ 07470.

Paul DiSarro
HOLLAND TWP. - Paul DiSarro died Friday, Nov. 15, 2002, from injuries suffered in a small-plane crash in Fairfield. He was 48. Born in Fort Gordon, Ga., he was a son of John B. and Gwendolyn R. Radzievich DiSarro of Holland Township. His father is a member of the Holland Township Committee and was township mayor for many years. Paul DiSarro attended Holland Township Elementary School and graduated in 1971 from Delaware Valley Regional High School. He graduated in 1976 from Rutgers University with a B.S. degree in pharmacy. He was in the Air Force ROTC at Rutgers. He was co-owner of Phillipsburg Pharmacy, Alpha Pharmacy and Slate Belt Pharmacy in Bangor, Pa. He was a member of the Holland Township Board of Education for three years. Mr. DiSarro was a member of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church in Milford. He was also a member of the Flying Farmers Association of America, the Friends of the John Wannamaker Organ in Philadelphia, and the Aeronautical Association. He enjoyed flying, music, farming and skiing, and was an avid collector of clocks. Surviving in addition to his parents are his wife, the former Beth Ann Pandy; his son, John Paul of Bethlehem, Pa.; two brothers, John A. of Hillsborough and Patrick T. of Woodbury, Conn.; a sister, Karen D. Thomas of Durham Township, Pa., and many nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Nov. 20 at St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church. Burial was at Upper Tinicum Cemetery in Upper Black Eddy, Pa. Arrangements were by W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township.

Christina Canovas
CLINTON TWP. - Christina Canovas died Nov. 13, 2002 at home. She was 72. She was born in Newark, a daughter of Frank and Anna Reo, and graduated from East Side High School in Newark. She moved to Hunterdon County in 1968 and lived in Readington Township for 23 years, High Bridge for four years and Asbury for four years, before moving to Clinton Township earlier this year. She worked as a cook for 10 years in the cafeterias at New York Life in Lebanon and for Johnson & Johnson companies. Two sisters, Mary Reo and Nicolina Finelli, and a brother, Louis Reo, died earlier. She is survived by two sons, Diego Canovas Jr. of Asbury and Manny Canovas of Clinton Township; a daughter, Joanne Canovas of Clinton Township; a sister, Diana Reo of Union; two brothers, James Reo of South Carolina and Joseph Reo of Union, and two grandchildren. A funeral liturgy was held in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Newark. Burial was in Hollywood Cemetery in Union, under the direction of the McCracken Funeral Home in Union.

Lauretta Dunlap
FRANKFORD TWP. - Lauretta Mae Dunlap, formerly of Milford, died Friday, Nov. 15, 2002, at Sussex County Homestead in Frankford Township. She was 91. Born in Newark, she was a daughter of Howell and Ella Mae Stull. She lived most of her life in Milford, moving to Sussex County in 1994. She was a homemaker. She was a former member of Milford Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Dunlap was a past president of the Milford Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of the Riegel Ridge Senior Citizens, the St. Edward's Senior Citizens in Milford, and Golden Rule Rebekah Lodge in Frenchtown. Mrs. Dunlap enjoyed quilting, crocheting and crafts. Her husband, Hiram Mann Dunlap, died earlier. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie L. Schlulz of Wantage, and two grandchildren. Services were held Sunday at W.E. Johnson Funeral Home in Holland Township. Her body was cremated. Memorial contributions can be made to the Milford Fire Company, Box 25, Milford 08848.

Mary Dziedzic
FORDS - Mary Palmisano Dziedzic died Monday, Nov. 11, 2002 at Country Arch Care Center in Union Township. She was 82. She was the mother of Craig Dziedzic of Frenchtown. She was born in Bayonne, lived in Bergenfield and then Middletown for 12 years before moving to Fords in 1976. Mrs. Dziedzic was a homemaker. Her husband, John Dziedzic died in 2001, and a sister, Gloria Apice died earlier. In addition to her son Craig, she is survived by her son Brad Dziedzic of Austin, Texas; a brother, Ralph Palmisano of Sunset Beach, N.C.; and her sisters Lena Buonaquista, Virginia De Conzo and Teresa Jones, all of Bayonne, and Julia Zervoulis of East Hanover. A funeral service was held at the Par-Troy Funeral Service in Parsippany on Friday, followed by burial in Restland Memorial Park in East Hanover.

Anna M. King
BRANCHBURG - Anna M. King died Nov. 14, 2002 at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville. She was 72. She was the mother of Stanley King of Ringoes. Born in Hazelton, Pa., she lived in South Bound Brook before moving to North Branch in 1959. Mrs. King was a homemaker and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the North Branch Fire Company. She was a member of the North Branch Reformed Church. In addition to her son, she is survived by her husband, George "Doug" King; a son Douglas King of Bath, Pa.; a brother, Stephen Maranitch of Austin, Texas; three sisters, Helen Wrubel and Dolores Yarushinsky, both of Manville and Margaret Evanofski of Weston, Pa.; and four grandsons. A service took place at the Layton Funeral Home in Bedminster on Monday followed by burial in North Branch Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society, 600 First Ave., Raritan 08869.

Joseph J. Koury
WHITEHOUSE STATION - Joseph J. Koury died Saturday, Nov. 16, 2002 at Overlook Hospital in Summit. He was 69. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of Philip and Jenny Koury. He lived in Bridgewater before moving to Whitehouse Station a year and a half ago. Mr. Koury was the owner of four McDonalds restaurants, including the Flemington restaurant, which he purchased in 1988 and recently managed in partnership with his sons. Named man of the year in the late 1970s in Brooklyn and in Flemington in 1997, he was involved in many civic organizations. In Brooklyn, he was involved with the Kiwanis Club and the Vacation Community Service for the Blind. He served as a treasurer for the Jewish War Veterans and on the Council of the St. Anselm Youth Group. He was also a member of the Flemington Business Association, serving as the grand marshal for the group's Christmas parade in 2000. He was an assistant Scout Master for a Boy Scout troop in Brooklyn. Mr. Koury was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Margaret; three sons, Philip Koury of Clinton Township, Jay Koury of Bridgewater and Paul Koury of Chatham; a sister, Olivia Leesha of Brooklyn and six grandchildren. Services were held yesterday at the Immaculate Conception Church in Annandale. Interment was in Prospect Hill Cemetery in Flemington under the direction of Kearns Funeral Home in Whitehouse. Memorial contributions can be made to Our Lady of Lebanon Church, 113 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., or Ronald McDonald House Charities, 105 Eisenhower Parkway, 3rd Floor, Roseland 07068.

Elsie Manners
EAST AMWELL TWP. - Elsie H. Manners died Nov. 13, 2002 in Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. She was 75. Born in Potterstown, she was the daughter of John and Jennie Lindabury Haver. She lived in East Amwell since 1945 on Terraceland Farm, which she ran with her husband Robert until his death in 1990. Her son, R. Gregory Manners has run the farm with her ever since. The farm was host to farm tours for many years. Mrs. Manners and her husband received the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce's Golden Award in 1990 in recognition of their civic involvement. She was a 1944 graduate of Flemington High School. Mrs. Manners was a bus driver for Hunterdon Central High School and East Amwell School for many years. She was a member of the Kirkpatrick Memorial Presbyterian Church in Ringoes. She was secretary of the East Amwell Board of Education from 1956 to 1966, and a member of the Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture, serving as chair of its Dairy Princess Committee. Mrs. Manners was a member of the ladies auxiliary of the Amwell Valley Fire Company; treasurer of Union Cemetery in Wertsville; a trustee of the Hunterdon Medical Center from 1979 to 1986; and a member of the New Jersey Farm Bureau. In addition to her son, she is survived by a daughter, Deborah Lentine of East Amwell; two sisters, Margaret Cobb of Annandale and Carol Fraze of Lebanon; and two grandchildren. Services were held Monday at the church. Burial was in Union Cemetery under the direction of the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home of Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to Kirkpatrick Memorial Presbyterian Church, Box E, Ringoes 08551 or to the Neurology Fund, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Foundation, University Center, 8 Easton Ave., New Brunswick 08901.

Frances Ammon
LEBANON TWP. - Frances Ammon died on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002 at the Rolling Hills Care Center in Clinton Township. She was 91. Born and raised in Plainfield, she lived in Watchung for 30 years before moving to Lebanon Township in 1986. She was employed for many years at Tepper's Department Store in Plainfield. She then worked for the Somerset County Park Commission, where she retired as an assistant treasurer in 1974. While living in Watchung, she was active in the community as a member of the Local Senior Citizens and as a radio operator for the Watchung Fire Department. She was active in the Republican Party, and was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Watchung Chemical Engine Company in Watchung. Her husband of 66 years, George Ammon, died in 2000 and a brother, Anthony Santangelo, also died before her. Surviving are her daughter, Anne King of Lebanon Township; two sons, George Ammon of Ormand Beach, Fla. and John Ammon of Lebanon Township; a brother, Louis Santangelo of Denville; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held today at 10 a.m. at the Higgins Home for Funerals in Watchung. Visitation was last night from 7 to 9 at the funeral home. Interment will be at the Hillside Cemetery in Scotch Plains. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Briteside Adult Day Care Center, Main Street, Flemington, NJ 08822 or the Alzheimer's Association, Northern New Jersey Chapter, 299 Cherry Hill Road, Parsippany, NJ 07054.

Casmir Gubernat
DUNELLEN - Casmir "Cas" X. Gubernat died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002 at the Home for Veterans in Menlo Park. He was 84. He was born in Newark, the son of Frank and Catherine Gubernat, living in South Plainfield before moving to Dunellen 50 years ago. His goddaughter, Cate Mattison, and a nephew, Joel Gubernat, both live in Clinton Township. Mr. Gubernat grew up living near Hadley Airport in South Plainfield. As a youth he washed and polished airplanes in exchange for flying lessons and he learned to fly before the Depression years. When World War II erupted, he signed a contract with the Naval Air Force to be a civilian aviation instructor. He already had thousands of hours in the air and his instructional skills enabled him to teach naval aviation cadets to fly. As the war progressed he switched his flying abilities to the U.S. Army Air Corps. He ferried aircraft from the U.S. to European air bases. After the war ended, he remained in the Air Corps and brought hundreds of G.I.s from Europe back to the U.S. for about a year. He was an inspector and flying instructor at Kupper Airport in Manville. He was also a private pilot for Rawson Motors in Plainfield and owned G & S Auto Sales in Plainfield. He was a member of the Quiet Birdman (QBs) pilot's organization and the American Legion Post of Dunellen. He was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Dunellen. His wife, Eula Evans Gubernat, died in 1999 and his brother, John Gubernat, died last month. Two other brothers, Andrew and Frank Gubernat, died earlier. He is survived by two sisters, Irene Pijak of Toms River and Elsie Ferrera of Hayward, Calif.; a brother, Alfred Gubernat of Chester; and his lifelong friend Doris Brome. Funeral services will be tomorrow at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Dunellen. Burial will be in Cloverleaf Cemetery in Woodbridge. Calling hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sheenan Funeral home in Dunellen. For directions, visit Memorial contributions can be made to the Stars and Stripes Unit of NJ Veterans Home, Box 3013, Edison 08818.

Dolores E. Hall
STANTON - Dolores E. Hall died on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002 at her home. She was 83. Born in Elizabeth to Edward and Helen Munsing Luster, she had resided in Stanton since 1939. She was a 1936 graduate of Flemington High School. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Hall was a member of the Stanton Reformed Church. Surviving are her husband, Chester Hall; a son, Kerry Hall of Stanton; a grandson and a great-grandson. Services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Interment will follow in the Newell Cemetery in Stanton. Memorial donations can be made to the Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Dr., Flemington 08822.

Marvin S. Mathews
WHITING - Marvin S. Mathews died Nov. 13, 2002 in Community Hospital in Toms River. He was 87. He was born in Kingwood Township, the son of Joseph and Cora Search Mathews, and lived in Stanton for 38 years before moving to Whiting 20 years ago. He was employed by J.C. Johnson Plumbing and Heating in Clinton for many years, then for 10 years was the head of maintenance for Hunterdon County National Bank in Flemington until his retirement. He was a member of Community Reformed Church in Whiting and was a former member, deacon, and elder of Stanton Reformed Church. He was past master of the Darcy Lodge, F&AM of Flemington. His wife, Elsie Van Camp Mathews, died in 1992. A son, Marvin R. Mathews, died in 1942 and a sister, Irene Dilts, died in 1991. He is survived by two daughters, Judith B. Cox of Piscataway and B. Sharon Jose of Silver Spring, Md.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Burial was in Locust Grove Cemetery in Quakertown. Memorial contributions can be made to the Deborah Hospital Foundation, Box 820, Browns Mills, 08015.

Marion T. Nelson
FRANKLIN TWP. - Marion T. Nelson died Nov. 13, 2002 at home. She was 76. She was born in Chicago, a daughter of Arnold and Clara Woods Teske, and had formerly lived in Downers Grove, Ill. before moving to Franklin Township in 1995. She was a graduate of Chicago Teachers College. She was an elementary school teacher with the City of Chicago School System until retiring. She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Raritan Township. Her husband, Louis Nelson, died in 1995. She is survived by a daughter, Claire Partlow of Franklin Township; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Memorial services were held on Saturday at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Burial was held privately in Chicago. Local arrangements were by the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, 201 Rt. 31, Flemington 08822 or to Mission: Moving Mountains, Box 1168, Burnsville, Minn., 55337.

Louis O'Brien
KINTNERSVILLE, Pa. - Louis J. O'Brien died Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002 at St. Luke's Hospital in Quakertown, Pa. He was 45. Born in Abington, Pa. to Albert and Jane Brudon O'Brien. He lived most of his life in Bucks County, Pa., moving to Kintnersville in 1988. He was a welder at Modern Concrete Co. in Ottsville, Pa. for six years. Prior to that he worked for DeSapio Construction Co. in Kingwood Township. He is a former member of the Riegelsville Volunteer Fire Co. in Riegelsville, Pa. He was also an auxiliary member of the Upper Back Eddy Volunteer Fire Co. An avid fisherman, he was a life member of Springtown Rod and Gun Club in Springtown, Pa. A sister, Louise O'Brien, died earlier. Surviving Mr. O'Brien are his father Albert O'Brien of Washington; his mother Jane Brudon Vellan of Riegelsville, Pa.; his wife Terese C. Paolillo; two sons, Tristan and Connor O'Brien, both at home; and a brother, Larry O'Brien of Quakertown, Pa. A memorial service is set for tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the W.E. Johnson Funeral Home on Church Road in Holland Township. Cremation will be private. Memorial contributions can be made to the Upper Black Eddy Volunteer Fire Company, Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972.

Dolores B. Talamini
BRIDGEWATER - Dolores L. Brady Talamini died on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002 with her family by her side at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, N.Y. She was 69. She was born in Dunellen, the daughter of Theodore and Gladys Weisbecker Brady, and she had lived in Plainfield before settling in Bridgewater 50 years ago. She retired in 1999 after 16 years of employment as a school bus driver with the Branchburg School District. She was also a Licensed Practical Nurse. Some of her favorite pastimes included reading, watching classic movies, traveling and attending garage sales. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Bart Talamini; a son, John T. Talamini of Somerville; a daughter, Kathy A. Ricciardelli of Long Island, N.Y.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday at the Countryside Funeral Home in Three Bridges. Burial was held in Hillside Cemetery in Scotch Plains.

Robert R. Counihan
BRIDGEWATER - Robert R. Counihan died Nov. 14, 2002, at the Somerset Medical Center in Somerville. He was 65. Born in Jersey City, Mr. Counihan grew up in Glen Rock, later moving to Cherry Hill before moving to Bridgewater 28 years ago. His daughter, Adrienne Gardener, lives in Flemington. He was the manager of the former Rapid Roller Co. in Union for 37 years before joining the Custom Roller Co. of Roselle 10 years ago, where he worked as a sales consultant. Mr. Counihan was a sports enthusiast. He also loved to cook, and will be remembered for his sense of humor. In addition to his daughter, Mr. Counihan is survived by his wife of 38 years, Irene Mercavage Counihan; one daughter, Beth Counihan of New York City; one son, Christopher Counihan of Wilmington, Del.; a brother, Gerald Counihan of New York City; and one grandson. A memorial service was held Monday at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Bridgewater. Arrangements were handled by the Branchburg Funeral Home in Branchburg.

Catherine M. Edwards
WHITEHOUSE STATION - Catherine M. Edwards died Nov. 13, 2002 at Hunterdon Medical Center. She was 78. Born in Hillside, she was the daughter of Maksym and Anna Furiness. She lived in Mountainside and Absecon before moving to Whitehouse Station 30 years ago. She worked for the U.S. Immigration Service in Newark, recording interviews, from 1940 to 1946. She then was a secretary for Helipot Industries in Mountainside from 1948 to 1951. She is survived by her husband Harry Edwards. Services were held Friday at the Kearns Funeral Home in Whitehouse. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society, 84 Park Ave., Flemington 08822.

John M. Elling
OLDWICK - John M. Elling died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002 at home. He was 77. Born in Somerville, he had lived there until moving to Oldwick in 1969. Mr. Elling was a mechanical contractor employed by Elling Brothers in Somerville, a family firm founded by his father and uncle in 1921, for more than 20 years. He retired in 1969. A classic and antique car enthusiast, Mr. Elling was a member of the Classic Car Club of America; the Bentley Drivers Club of Buckinghamshire, England; the Horseless Carriage Club of America in Oakhurst, Calif. and the Antique Automobile Club of America in Hershey, Pa. He served as a judge at the annual antique car show in Hershey. for several years. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Oldwick. He has no immediate survivors. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Layton Funeral Home in Bedminster. Interment will follow at New Cemetery in Somerville. The calling period will be between 10 and 11 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, Box 41, Oldwick 08858.

Nicholas A. Esposito
LAMBERTVILLE - Nicholas A. Esposito died Nov. 14, 2002 at the Beverly Care Center in Doylestown, Pa. He was 90. Born in Lambertville, he was the son of Pellegrino and Maria Conna Esposito. He was a lifelong resident of the city. Most recently, he was a landscaper for George Braunwinger in West Amwell. Mr. Esposito was a truck driver for C.A. Niece Lumber in Lambertville before retiring in 1977. He previously worked at Diamond Silver Flatware Co. in Lambertville and General Motors in Ewing. He was a member of the Lambertville Moose Lodge. Mr. Esposito was predeceased by his wife, Marion Ditmar Esposito; his son David J. Esposito; and his daughter Betty Ann Woolverton. He is survived by his daughters, Mary Buckner of Doylestown, Margaret Keen of Lambertville and Rose M. Burkholder of Bloomimglen, Pa.; his sons, William Esposito and Nicholas Joseph Esposito, both of Lambertville; 18 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Tuesday at the Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home in Lambertville, followed by interment at St. John the Evangelist Church Cemetery in Lambertville. Memorial donations can be made to the Lambertville-New Hope Rescue Squad, Box 237, Lambertville 08530.

Margaret Fanelli
UNION TWP. - Margaret Rose Fanelli died Nov. 12, 2002 at the Country Arch Care Center here. She was 93. Born in Boston, she lived in North Plainfield for 35 years before moving to Union Township. Mrs. Fanelli was a seamstress and a homemaker. She loved cooking and playing bingo. She was a member Altar Rosary Society of Sacred Heart Church in South Plainfield. She was predeceased by her husband Joseph A. Fanelli and her son Arthur Fanelli. Surviving are two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Survices were private, arranged by Sheenan Funeral Home in Dunellen. Interment was at Holy Redeemer Cemetery in South Plainfield.

George S. Higgins
BATH, Pa. - George S. Higgins died Nov. 13, 2002 at Lehigh Valley Hospital Center, Muhlenberg, in Bethlehem, Pa. He was 82. He was born in North Plainfield, the son of Aaron and Catherine Regan Higgins. He lived in High Bridge before moving to Bath. He retired in 1984 as a driver from Tarantola Trucking in Flemington, after 20 years. He was a teamster. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Bath. He was a former member of the Knights of Columbus. Mr. Higgins and his wife, A. Marguerite Schuster Higgins, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Sept. 20. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Jo Ann Higgins of Manhattan, N.Y. and Kathleen Note of Holland Township; a son, Robert Higgins of Bethlehem, Pa.; and a sister, Agnes Barry of North Plainfield. Services and burial were private. Arrangements were by the George G. Bensing Funeral Home in Moorestown, Pa.

Nancy McDonald
WHITEHOUSE STATION - Nancy Zennario McDonald died Nov. 13, 2002, at home. She was 88. Born in Elizabeth, Mrs. McDonald formerly resided in New Hyde Park, N.Y., then spent 28 years in Branchburg before moving to Whitehouse Station 15 years ago. Mrs. McDonald was a homemaker. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Whitehouse Station. She had various hobbies which included knitting and crocheting. She was an avid traveler, and a member of the Branchburg senior citizens. Her husband, Joseph McDonald, died in 1965; and her son, Robert McDonald, died in 1987. She is survived by two sons, Joseph McDonald of Moriches, N.Y. and Terrance McDonald of Fairhope, Ala.; three daughters, Kathleen Paolino of Whitehouse Station, Nancy Buser of Kernerville, N.C. and Laurie Testa of Flemington; a brother, Michael Zennario of Point Pleasant; three sisters, Jennie Merrit of Rahway, Minnie Mellage of Cranbury and Nickie Zennario of Elizabeth; 24 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. A funeral liturgy was held Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Interment was in the St. Bernards Cemetery in Bridgewater, under the direction of the Branchburg Funeral Home.

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