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Helen Eisele
LAMBERTVILLE - Helen E. Eisele died March 5, 2003, at Doylestown (Pa.) Hospital. She was 79. Born in Garfield, she was the daughter of John and Anna Sterl Eisele. She resided in Quakertown, Mount Airy and Flemington before moving to Lambertville. She was formerly employed by Ortho Pharmaceuticals in Raritan Borough and was a retired assembler for Aries Electronics in Ringoes. A son, George D. Pyatt Jr., died in 1944. She is survived by two sons, Harold Pyatt of Croton and Jan Pyatt of Upper Black Eddy, Pa.; four daughters, Lynda Hope of Lambertville, Eileen Reddington of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Valerie Scheier of Flemington and Mary Kobren of Clinton; a brother, John Eisele of Ringoes; 17 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday under the direction of Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Burial was at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Flemington.

Henry Johnson
LEBANON TWP. - Henry H. Johnson died Saturday, March 8, 2003, at home. He was 73. The son of Christian and Anna Bachman Johnson, he was born in Perth Amboy and lived in Edison before moving to Lebanon Township 35 years ago. He attended Rutgers University. He was a chemical operator at Ciba Geigy Chemical in Summit until retiring in 1996. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the Army from 1951 to 1959. He attained the rank of corporal. Mr. Johnson was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in High Bridge. He was a member of the Glen Gardner VFW, the American Legion in Metuchen, the Plainfield Kennel Club, Avid Sportsman and Traveler and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Joan Blanchard Johnson; a son, Mark Johnson of Lebanon Township; two sisters, Anne Johnson of Edison and Gertrude Hunter of Easton, and three grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday at the church. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton. Naughright-Scarponi Funeral Home in High Bridge made arrangements. Memorial contributions can be sent to Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington, NJ 08822.

Stephanie Sikora
TEWKSBURY TWP. - Stephanie Buklad Sikora died Monday, March 10, 2003, at McCarrick Care Center in Somerset. She was 91. She was born in Rossford, Ohio, and lived in Roselle Park and Martinsville before moving to Tewksbury Township in 1999. She was a member of St. Genevieve Church in Elizabeth and was a member of its Altar Rosary Society. She was also a volunteer at St. Hedwig Church in Elizabeth. Her brother, the Rev. John B. Buklad, who died earlier, was a pastor there. Her husband, Joseph J. Sikora, died in 1983. She is survived by a son, Frederick J. Sikora of Tewksbury Township; a daughter, Dolores Gervase of Marlton; a brother, Henry Buklad of Passaic; six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at 8:45 a.m. from Higgins Home for Funerals in Watchung, followed by a 10 a.m. funeral liturgy at Immaculate Conception Church in Annandale. Burial will be at St. Gertrude Cemetery in Colonia Calling hours were yesterday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to the McCarrick Care Center, 15 Dellwood Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873.

Ann Jackson
RARITAN TWP. - Ann L. Jackson died Monday, March 10, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. She was 75. Born in Point Pleasant, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Brewer, she lived in Lambertville for 15 years before moving to Raritan Township six years ago. Ms. Jackson was a waitress at the Amwell Diner in West Amwell Township until she retired in 1992. Ms. Jackson is survived by four sons, Edward Kessler of McConnellsville, Ohio, Bruce Kessler of Bangor, Maine, Wayne Kessler of Ringoes and Dean Kessler of Howell; three sisters, Betty Morton of Florida, Jean Honan of Bricktown and Judy Brewer of Silverton; three brothers, Raymond Brewer of Gainesville, Fla., Richard Brewer of Florida, and Edward Brewer of Wall Township; four grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Calling hours were scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. yesterday at Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. There will be no public service and interment will be private.

Harold Buchman
FLEMINGTON - Harold A. Buchman died Sunday, March 9, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 74. Born in Easton, he was the son of G. Hiram and Nellie E. Hildebrandt Buchman. He lived in Belvidere until his retirement in 1985 moving to Mesa, Ariz. In 2000, he returned to Flemington. He was a 1947 graduate of Belvidere High School. He attended Churchman's Business School in Easton. He served in the Air Force during the Korean War, attaining the rank of sergeant. He owned and operated the family business, G. Hiram Buchman Inc. which sold and serviced dairy farm equipment, home appliances and water systems, before retiring in 1985. He was a member of the River of Life Presbyterian Church in Phillipsburg. He was a former member and deacon of the United Presbyterian Church of Belvidere. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign War and the American Legion Post both in Belvidere. He was a member of the Belvidere Lions Club. He served as a director to the First National Bank of Belvidere, now UnitedTrust. He is survived by his wife Dolores Everett Buchman; a son, Geoffrey H. Buchman of Somerville; a daughter, Pamela Snyder of Flemington; two sisters, Kathryn Reinalda of Carlisle, Pa. and Marion VanNorman of Center Valley, Pa., and four grandchildren. Funeral services were yesterday at River of Life Church. Interment was at Belvidere Cemetery. Arrangements were by MacFadden Funeral Home in Belvidere. Memorial donations can be made to River of Life Presbyterian Church, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865.

Irene Bailey
WINDHAM, Maine - Irene May Langouer Hoser Bailey died Monday, March 10, 2003, at home. She was 81. Born in Gloucester, she was the daughter of Ercil and Pheobe Day Langouer. She was raised in Sussex County and lived in Woodglen for many years before moving to Maine. Mrs. Bailey had been a substitute teacher and teacher's aide at North Hunterdon High School and then in the Windham school district. An expert seamstress, she formerly operated her own sewing business. She attended the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Saco, Maine. In years past, she was also active with the Kora Temple Shrine. Mrs. Bailey was a member and the past president of the Sunshine Committee at New Marblehead in Windham, a member of the Sandpipers Social Club and a member of the Girl Scouts for more than 20 years. She was an active volunteer worker for many organizations including the Heart Association, and remained a very active person until her failing health caused her to slow down several years ago. She enjoyed reading, traveling and sailing and volunteer work. Her first husband, Karl F. Hoser, died in 1980 and her second husband, Freeman Bailey, died in the early 1990s. Surviving are a daughter, Heidi Nilsen of Gray, Maine; a foster daughter, Marion Franco of Kissimmee, Fla.; and a grandson. A memorial service will be held at noon Saturday at St. Gregory Catholic Church, Gray, Maine. Arrangements are by Dolby Funeral Chapel in Windham. Memorial donations can be made to the Kennebec Girl Scout Council, Box 9421, South Portland, ME 04106-1177.

David and Edna Elko
LEBANON TWP. - A memorial service for David and Edna Brennan Elko was held on Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Washington. Mrs. Elko died on Jan. 26, 2003, at the nursing home facility of Easton (Pa.) Hospital. She was 75. Mr. Elko died on March 12, 2003, at Warren Hospital in Phillipsburg. He was 92. Mrs. Elko was born in Passaic, the daughter of Thomas and Sadie Mack Brennan. She lived in Roselle before moving to Changewater in Lebanon Township 45 years ago. She owned and operated the Mannequin Lady apparel shop in Flemington for many years. Mr. Elko was born in Kenilworth, the son of Joseph and Jennie Bishop Elko. He served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Elko was a self-employed operating engineer for more than 40 years. He owned and operated United Excavating in Linden. He is survived by his sister, Barbara Adams of Kitty Hawk, N.C. The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Elko were cremated and will be buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Washington under the direction of DeVoe Funeral Home of Washington. Memorial contributions can be sent to the American Cancer Society, Osmun Road, Oxford, NJ 07863.

Betty Hinshaw
EASTON - A memorial service for Betty E. Hinshaw of Easton, formerly of Clinton and Califon, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Ashton Funeral Home, 14th and Northampton streets, Easton. Mrs. Hinshaw died Jan. 10, 2003, in the VNA Hospice of St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem, Pa. She lived in Clinton and Califon from 1963 until 2000, when she moved to Easton. Memorial donations can be made to the VNA Hospice of St. Luke's, 709 Delaware Ave. Bethlehem, PA 18015.

Donald Nelson
CLINTON TWP. - Donald R. Nelson died suddenly Feb. 28, 2003, at his second home in Lake Worth, Fla. He was 77. Born in Plainfield, he was the son of John and Maude Nelson. He lived in North Plainfield for 34 years until moving to Clinton Township in 1983. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Mr. Nelson was employed by Nytronics in Berkeley Heights until his retirement in 1971. He was an avid surf fisherman in New Jersey and Nantucket, Mass. He also enjoyed going to his Florida home. He was formerly an active member of the First Baptist Church of New Market. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Suzanne Holcombe Nelson; two daughters, LindySue DiGrazio of Clinton Township and CindyLou Nelson of Lebanon, and four grandchildren. A private fisherman's beach memorial service is planned. Memorial contributions can be made to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Box E, 1275 York Ave., New York, NY 10021.

Anthony Knotts
WEST AMWELL TWP. - Anthony E. Knotts died Sunday, March 16, 2003, in The Medical Center at Princeton. He was 61. Born in Clarksburg, W. Va., he was the son of Blair Knotts and Matilda Dembauskas. He lived in East Brunswick for many years until he moved to West Amwell 17 years ago. He was a retired project manager for IBM and a licensed Realtor with Weidel Realtors in Lambertville. He had been a volunteer firefighter in New Brunswick. Mr. Knotts was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Lambertville. He is survived by his wife, Cathy Brown Knotts; two sons, Anthony E. Knotts Jr. of East Brunswick and Michael Knotts of Monroe; a step-daughter, Lisa Urban of Fairless Hills, Pa.; a step-son, Tom Clark Jr. of Astoria, N.Y. ; and three grandchildren. A funeral liturgy is set for today at 10 a.m. at the church. Calling hours at Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville were set for yesterday from 6 to 9 p.m. and today starting at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Harbourton Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be sent to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 216 Haddon Ave., Westmont, NJ 08108.

W. Bruce Pedrick
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - W. Bruce Pedrick died Sunday, March 16, 2003, at Bay Pines Veterans Administration Hospital in St. Petersburg. He was 63. Born in Somerville he was the son of William W. and Carol Case Pedrick. He lived in Flemington before moving to St. Petersburg 23 years ago. He was a graduate of Hunterdon Central High School. He served in the Navy from 1958 to 1962. He was employed by an auto parts delivery service in St. Petersburg. He was a member of the AMVETS of St. Petersburg and a former member of the American Legion Post and Elks Lodge, both in Flemington. He is survived by a son, Brian Pedrick of Denver, N.C.; a sister, Willette Wright of Holgate, and two grandchildren. Graveside services will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Flemington under the direction of Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington.

Christopher Bullivant
WAUSAU, Fla. - Christopher 'Buger' Bullivant died March 11, 2003, at a hospital here. He was 32. He lived in Flemington from 1970 to 1985, when he moved to Wausau. He was a 1988 graduate of Chipley High School. His father, Rick, and his brother, Brian, both died before him. Surviving are his mother, Alice, of Wausau and a sister, Dawn of Tallahassee, Fla. Services were held Saturday at the Shepherd's Gate in Wausau.

Theresa Williamson
HELLERTOWN, Pa. - Theresa M. Williamson died March 12, 2003, at Easton (Pa.) Hospital. She was 74. She was born in Somerville, the daughter of Marcel and Mabel Soriano Wetter and lived in Bethlehem Township for 27 years before moving to Hellertown two years ago. She graduated from Somerville High School in 1946. Mrs. Williamson was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church in Hampton. She was a foster parent, helping to raise more than 60 children under state care. She was a member of and past president of the Bethlehem Township Senior Citizens. From 1977 to 1980 she was president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Whitehouse American Legion post. She served on the Girl's State Committee of the county and was secretary to the county auxiliary for 20 years. She also served on various state Legion Auxiliary committees. She was an assistant chef at the Martinsville Inn from 1961 to 1974. She was an assembler at Quality Packaging Co. in Kingwood Township for 13 years until retiring in 1993. Mrs. Williamson is survived by her husband of 52 years, William Williamson; two sons, James Williamson of Lower Saucon Township, Pa. and Peter Jezierski of Cresco, Pa.; two brothers, Richard Wetter of Autryville, N.C. and Marcel Wetter of Uniontown, Pa., and four grandchildren. Services were held on Monday at Rupell Funeral Home in Phillipsburg. Burial was in Northampton Memorial Shrine in Palmer Township, Pa.

Stephen Hahola
ALEXANDRIA TWP. - Stephen A. Hahola died March 11, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 79. He was born in Logan, W.Va., the son of John and Elizabeth Jacob Hahola, and lived in the family farm in the Pittstown section of Alexandria Township for most of his life. He spent most of his life working as a dairy farmer and was also a school bus driver for the Kingwood Township school district. He was a private pilot and a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. He was a longtime parishioner of Immaculate Conception R.C> Church in Clinton Township and later became a parishioner of St. Catherine of Siena R.C. Church in Franklin Township. His wife, Sarah Sisko Hahola, died in 1987. Two sisters, Olga Hahola and Margaret Gunther, and five brothers, John, Frank, Edward, Elmer and Ernest Hahola, all died earlier. He is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth Hahola and Susan Bachenberg, both of Alexandria Township; and three sisters, Goldie Scheier of Glen Gardner, Irene Barrick of Belvidere and Rose Pendergass of Durham, N.C. A funeral liturgy was held Saturday at St. Catherine of Siena R.C. Church. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton, under the direction of Martin Funeral Home in Clinton. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Lung Association, 29 Emmons Dr., Building #A10, Princeton, 08540 or St. Catherine of Siena R.C. Church, Box 245, Pittstown, NJ 08867.

Nestor Anderson
RARITAN TWP. - Nestor Gustaf ''Gus'' Anderson died Sunday, March 16, 2003, at Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 61. He was born in Dover, the son of Alvin and Marie E. Gardner Anderson, and lived in Plainfield, Scotch Plains, and Ringoes before moving to Raritan Township 31 years ago. A graduate of Fairleigh-Dickinson University with a degree in microbiology, he was a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry. He was a former member of Copper Hill Country Club in Raritan Township and a former member of Flemington Rotary Club. He was also a former member of the Raritan Township Board of Health. He is survived by his wife, Patience Hazell Anderson; two daughters, Kirsten Beth Anderson Sabol of Seattle and Meghan Anderson Tomson of Raleigh, N.C.; a sister, Marie Swanson of Sanford, N.C., and three grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Flemington Presbyterian Church. A family reception will be held in the church Fellowship Hall immediately following the service. Burial will be private under the direction of Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, 10 East Main St., or the Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation, 2100 Wescott Drive, both Flemington, NJ 08822.

Gerald Hughes
LAMBERTVILLE - Gerald 'Roddy' Hughes died on Saturday, March 15, 2003, at Doylestown (Pa.) Hospital. He was 79. Born in Newark to William and Jane Campbell Hughes, he lived in Levittown for 32 years before moving to Lambertville 20 years ago. He retired from Regal Printing in Trenton after 35 years of employment. He was a member of the St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Lambertville. Mr. Hughes was a member of the American Legion Toscanni Post in Lambertville. His brother, William, died before him. Surviving are his wife, Virginia Worthington Hughes; two sons, Gerard of Warwick, Pa. and Terrence of Fairless Hills, Pa.; a brother, Bernard of Brigantine, and eight grandchildren. Services were held yesterday from Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville. A funeral liturgy followed at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Burial was private.

George Layton Jr.
BEDMINSTER - George R. Layton Jr. died Saturday, March 15, 2003, at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He was 75. He was the father of George R. Layton III of Whitehouse Station. Born in Somerville, he was a lifelong resident of Bedminster. A funeral director for 50 years, Mr. Layton was the owner and operator of the Layton Funeral Home in Bedminster. His father founded the business in 1907. Mr. Layton was a 1945 graduate of Bernardsville High School and received his funeral director's license after graduating from McAllister School of Embalming in New York City in 1953. He served in the Merchant Marines from 1945 to 1947, and was in the Army during the Korean War from 1950 to 1952, attaining the rank of sergeant. He was involved in numerous community organizations. He was a member and former chief and president of the Union Hook and Ladder Co. of Far Hills-Bedminster; a member and former president of the Bedminster-Far Hills Lions Club; a director of the Peapack-Gladstone Bank, which his father helped found in 1921; a member of the Jockey Hollow Chapter, a Sons of the American Revolution in Morristown, and a member of the Bernardsville Service Unit of the Salvation Army. He was a longtime member, elder and deacon of the former Bedminster Reformed Church and was superintendent of the Bedminster Reformed Church Cemetery since 1953. He recently attended the Pluckemin Presbyterian Church. His wife of 28 years, Eleanor Hunter Layton, died in 1990. He is also predeceased by two sisters, Mary Sweeney in 1997 and Adele Wachter in 2000. Besides his son, he is survived by two daughters, Marjorie Dzwonczyk of Somerville and Cynthia Gilley of Tuckerton; three sisters, Ruth Scarfe of Huntington Beach, Cal., Rena Chittenden of Bound Brook and Eleanor Knutzen of Bellingham, Wash., and four grandchildren. Calling hours were yesterday and today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Layton Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at the Pluckemin Presbyterian Church tomorrow at 1 p.m. Interment will follow at Bedminster Reformed Church Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Union Hook and Ladder Co., Box 431, Far Hills 07931, to the Bedminster Cemetery Fund, Box 133, Bedminster, NJ 07921, or the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, 170 Longview Road, Far Hills, NJ 07931.

Raymond Cronce
WHITE TWP. - Raymond K. Cronce died Saturday, March 15, 2003, at home. He was 80. Born in Alexandria Township, a son of John and Bertha Ashcroft Cronce, he lived there, as well as in Milford and Hackettstown, before moving to White Township in 1995. He was a former member of First United Church of Christ in Milford. A 1941 graduate of Frenchtown High School, he was a Navy veteran of World War II. He worked for Mars Corp. in Hackettstown for more than 25 years, retiring in 1985. Before that, he worked at Frenchtown Porcelain Co. and then for 12 years at Riegel Paper Corp. in Milford. He was a charter member of Frenchtown-Milford VFW Post and a member of Independence Lodge, F&AM. He enjoyed playing golf. Surviving are his wife of 58 years, Betty J. Crouse Cronce; two sons, Neal of Rochester, Vt., and Richard of Budd Lake; a daughter, Sue Snover of Easton; a brother, John Jr. of Alexandria Township; two sisters, Jean Maxwell of Redmond, Wash., and Mildred Gernhardt of Alexandria Township, and a grandson. Funeral services will be held today at 11 a.m. at W.E. Johnson Funeral Home in Holland Township. Visitation will be today starting at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be in Milford Union Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Colonial United Methodist Church, Summerfield Road, Belvidere, NJ 07823.

Keith Foster
GLEN GARDNER - Keith E. Foster died on March 11, 2003, at Overlook Hospital in Summit after a short illness. He was 42. Born in Englewood, Calif, he lived in Basking Ridge for 18 years before moving to Glen Gardner three years ago. He received his bachelor of science degree from Farleigh Dickinson University in 1994. Mr. Foster was a business manager for AT&T in Bridgewater. He was a member of the Abundant Life Worship Center in Bernardsville. He was a past swimming instructor at the YMCA in Basking Ridge. He is survived by his father Edgar Foster of Millington; his mother Betty Foster of Atlantic Beach, Fla.; his wife of 22 years ,Roberta Foster; a son, James Edward Foster and a daughter, Lauren Gail, both at home; a brother, James Foster of Los Angeles; and two sisters, Joy Litton and Kristen Daupier, both of Atlantic Beach. A service was held on Saturday at Gallaway & Crane Funeral Home in Basking Ridge. Interment followed in St. Bernard's Cemetery in Bernardsville. Memorial contributions can be made to 'Keith's Children's College Fund' c/o Roberta Foster, 2 Mountain Brook Lane, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826.

B. Jon Sekula
GLEN GARDNER - A borough man in his senior year at St. Mary's College of Maryland was one of two men killed in a one-car accident in Lexington Park, Md., according to authorities. B. Jon (Jonathon) Sekula, 23, died March 12 due to injuries sustained in the accident, which occurred on Route 5 at 2:20 a.m. According to the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office, Mr. Sekula was traveling with Joshua Leland Seigert, 21, of Columbia, Md. south on Route 5 in a 2002 Acura RSX when the car crossed over the center line and exited the road on the northbound side, striking several mailboxes before launching from a culvert into a concrete ditch. The car struck and sheared a utility pole with its roof and came to rest upright. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. Mr. Sekula was born in Philadelphia, a son of Bernard and Donna Sekula. He grew up in High Bridge and moved with his family to Glen Gardner seven years ago. He graduated from Voorhees High School in 1998 and was in his final semester at St. Mary's College of Maryland, where he was majoring in psychology. An avid golfer, he worked at the High Bridge Hills Golf Course, and was planning on pursuing a career as a golf professional. Besides his parents, he is survived by his grandmother, Leona Sekula of Philadelphia and his two brothers, Daniel and Andrew. A funeral liturgy was held Monday at Immaculate Conception R.C. Church in Annandale. Arrangements were by Kearns Funeral Home in Whitehouse. Memorial donations can be made to the Jonathon Sekula Memorial Fund, c/o Kearns Funeral Home, Box 163, Whitehouse 08888.

John Bair
LAMBERTVILLE - John 'Jack' Bair died March 6, 2003 at Heritage Towers in Doylestown, Pa. He was 78. A lifelong resident of Lambertville, he was the son of George and Catherine Smith Bair. Mr. Bair was a retired paste maker at the Union Camp Bag Mill in New Hope and had also been employed as a security guard at Pitman- Moore in Washington Crossing. Mr. Bair was a former member of the Lambertville Drum & Bugle Corps and enjoyed woodworking. Two sisters died earlier, Betty Closson and Alma Erck. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Elizabeth 'Betty' Evans Bair. Private services will be held under the direction of Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville. Memorial contributions can be made to the Lambertville-New Hope Rescue Squad, Box 237, Lambertville, NJ 08530 or to the H.L.A. Registry, 70 Grand Ave., Suite 103, River Edge, NJ 07661-1900.

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