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Lester Stintsman
FRENCHTOWN - Lester J. "Buck" Stintsman died Monday, Nov. 4, 2002, at Valley View Health Care Center, Alexandria Township. He was 87. Born in Frenchtown, son of William P. and Mamie Heath Stintsman, he was a lifelong resident. He was a 1935 graduate of Frenchtown High School and a member of Frenchtown United Methodist Church. Mr. Stintsman was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a life member of Frenchtown American Legion Fidelity Post, serving as commander and chaplain. He was also a former commander of the Hunterdon County American Legion. He worked for 35 years as a bridge police officer in Frenchtown for the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. He also worked for 25 years as a mail carrier for the Frenchtown Post Office. Mr. Stintsman enjoyed baseball and dancing. His wife, the former Laura M. Harris, died in 1998. A brother, Howard G., also died previously. Surviving are a son, William A. of San Antonio, Texas; a daughter, Leslie Ann Stintsman of Frenchtown; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Private graveside services were planned. Arrangements were by W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township. Memorial donations may be made to Frenchtown United Methodist Church, Third Street, Frenchtown, NJ 08825.

Valerie Affleck
PENNINGTON - Valerie Librizzi Affleck died on July 2, 2002, at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark. She was 46. Born in Raritan Township, Mrs. Affleck lived in the West Amwell/Lambertville area before moving to Pennington in 1978. She was the daughter of Valentino "Gus" and Jean Desau Librizzi. Mrs. Affleck was an assistant manager for the Cenlar (Centennial) Bank in Lambertville. From 1995 to 1999, she owned and operated Desert Tan in Hopewell. And from 1989 to 1995, Mrs. Affleck was an instructor for a YMCA after-school program at the Bear Tavern School in Pennington. She is survived by her husband Steven C. Affleck of Pennington; two sons Jacob A. Affleck and Steven C. Affleck II of Pennington; her father who lives in West Amwell; and two sisters Beverly Boan of West Amwell and Diane Pullen of Lambertville. Funeral services were held on July 6 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Lambertville. Burial services were held at Holcombe-Riverview Cemetery in Delaware Township. Memorial donations can be made to Locks of Love, 2925 Tenth Ave. N., Suite 102, Lakeworth, Fla. or the American Diabetes Association, PO Box 363, Mount Morris, Ill. 61054.

M. Kathryn Burke
KINGWOOD TWP. - M. Kathryn Latella Burke died on Tuesday, July 2, 2002, at her home. She was 44. Born and raised in Trenton, she was the daughter of Richard and Mary Orpen Latella. She had lived in Kingwood Township for the last 13 years. For 25 years she worked for the Camera Shop Incorporated in Broomall, Pa. as director of store operations and most recently for Cutler Camera of Delaware. Mrs. Burke was a communicant of Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church in Baptistown. She was an avid photographer, tennis player and boating enthusiast. Besides her mother, who lives in Trenton, she is survived her husband, James L. Burke; her children, Katie and Patrick, both at home; three brothers, Richard Latella of Washington's Crossing, Pa., William Latella of Merchantville and Barry Latella of Gloucester; and three sisters, Lisa Migliaccio, Cheri Potts and Lori Kube, all of Trenton. A Mass was celebrated on Friday at Our Lady of Victories Church. Burial followed in the Frenchtown Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of the Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville.

Ralph 'Duke' Carl
FRENCHTOWN - Ralph "Duke" Austin Maurer Carl of Little York, formerly of Frenchtown, died Wednesday, July 3, 2002, at home. He was 67. Mr. Carl was a history teacher at Delaware Valley Regional High School for 27 years, retiring in 1987. He was also a director and actor in community theater. Mr. Carl was a former member of the Frenchtown Borough Council and the Frenchtown Planning Board. Born in Shamokin, Pa., he was a son of Thomas R. and Esther G. Maurer Carl. He attended Girard College in Philadelphia, and received a B.A. degree from Albright College in 1957 and a master's degree from Lehigh University. He served in the Merchant Marine. He was a former member of the Frenchtown Lions Club. He had a voracious appetite for reading and politics, and enjoyed acting and singing. Surviving are a son, Thomas W. II of Frenchtown; a daughter, Brenda Brandee Carl-Werner of Danbury, Conn., and a grandson. Three brothers, Edwin, Thomas and Walter, and a sister, Virginia Fidler, died previously. A memorial service was held yesterday afternoon at Frenchtown Presbyterian Church. Cremation was to be private. Funeral arrangements were by W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township.

Marion Gomerdinger
LAMBERTVILLE - Marion Gomerdinger died Friday, July 5, 2002 at home. She was 74. Born in Lambertville, she was the daughter of Frank and Anna Cray Montgomery. She was a lifelong resident of the city. Mrs. Gomerdinger was employed for 15 years by the Birum Corp. in Frenchtown as a silk screen framer, retiring seven years ago. Earlier, she worked for the Tom Tru Corp. and for York Luggage, both in Lambertville. She was a member of the ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion Toscanni Post in Lambertville and was a past member of the Patriotic Order of Americans. Her husband, Willard Gomerdinger, and her brother Frank "Chick" Montgomery, both died earlier. She is survived by two daughters, April and Marion Gomerdinger, both of Lambertville, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Rosemont Cemetery under the direction of the Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home of Lam'bertville. Memorial contributions can be made to Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Dr., Flemington 08822.

Mildred Haines
MILLSTONE TWP. - Mildred Haines died Saturday, July 6, 2002 at the Medical Center at Princeton, after a long battle with cancer. She was 78. Born in Barbertown, she was the daughter of Louis and Ethel Fisher Miller. She attended schools in Hunterdon County. She worked at Educational Testing Service in Lawrence Township and Law School Admission Services in Newtown, Pa., retiring in 1996. She then worked for Princeton Nurseries in Kingston for several years. She enjoyed defying the grandmother stereotype. She got her first tattoo just before her 65th birthday and over the following years added to her collection. "Keep the red hair and the four-inch heels." as well as "If you can do it, do it" and "At my age I've earned it" were frequent remarks by Mrs. Haines. She enjoyed her garden and flower beds and when she worked at ETS, she was the source of "green thumb" information for all her co-workers. Her husband, John Haines, died in 1969. Two brothers, Delbert Miller and Thomas Miller, and a son, James Haines, also died earlier. She is survived by two sons, Terry Haines of Watertown, Tenn., and John Haines of Millstone; two daughters, Juanita Dustin of Shapleigh, Maine. and Patricia Maier of Hightstown; four brothers, Harold Miller of Raritan Township, Alton Miller of Hunterdon County, Frank Miller of Sergeantsville and Eugene Miller of Florida; four sisters, Dora Wiseburn of South Carolina, Grace Bowlby of Baptistown, Marie Shipp of Morrisville, Pa. and Helen Godlewski of Boones Mill, Va.; seven grandchildren and her dear friend, Ray Berven, of Princeton. Her body was cremated. A memorial service will be held later, under the direction of the Glackin/Saul Funeral Home in Hightstown.

Dianne D. Halloran
BETHLEHEM TWP. - Dianne D. Halloran died June 28, 2002 at the Hospice of Cincinnati in Ohio. She was 67. Born in Montreal, Canada, she was the daughter of Foster and Elva Raymond Drury. She lived in Bethlehem Township with her husband, Pierre "Pete" Gagnon for 20 years. She attended Dennison University in Ohio, then graduated from Seton Hall University with a degree in economics. Ms. Halloran was employed by Pittsburgh Plate Glass for a year, then by Schering-Plough Pharmaceuticals. For 20 years she was employed by AT&T in New Jersey as a staff manager. She retired in 1998. Following that, she became a volunteer for NORWESCAP and the Hunterdon County Library. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Michael Halloran of Cincinnati; a daughter, Julia Hershberger of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two step-daughters, Julie Gagnon Mistele of Miami and Sara Gagnon Barbato of Boston; a step-son, Andrew Gagnon of Hartford, Conn.; a brother, Raymond Drury of Bluffton, S.C.; four grandchildren and four step-grandchildren. A memorial service was held Saturday at The Church of the Redeemer in Cincinnati. The Elden A. Good Funeral Home in Cincinnati was in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions can be made to the Hospice of Cincinnati, 4310 Cooper Rd., Blue Ash, Ohio, 45242.; the American Cancer Society, Hamilton County Unit, 1117 Kenwood Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45242-1817, or The Church of the Redeemer, 2944 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45208.

Joanne Hoey
JAMESBURG - Joanne Hoey died July 3, 2002, in St. Peter's Hospital in New Brunswick. She was 48. She was the sister of Agnes Skowronek of Milford. Born in New Brunswick, Miss., she was the daughter of William and Ann Hoey. Miss Hoey lived most of her life in Metuchen, before moving to Monmouth Junction in 1980 and then to Jamesburg in 1988. She was predeceased by a brother, Richard Hoey. In addition to her sister, she is survived by two brothers, William Hoey Jr. of Point Pleasant and Robert Hoey of Lochmere, N.H. The funeral was Monday from the M.J. Murphy Funeral Home in Momouth Junction. A funeral liturgy was celebrated Monday at St. Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Church in Kendall Park. Burial followed in St. Peter's Cemetery in New Brunswick. Memorial contributions can be made to the Association of Retarded Citizens of Middlesex County, 32 Ford Ave., Suite 2, Milltown 08850.

Antoinette Imperato
MILFORD - Antoinette Imperato died Sunday, July 7, 2002, at Country Arch Nursing Home in Union Township. She was 87. Born in Altamura, Italy, she came to the United States as an infant. Her family settled in Hoboken, where she lived until moving to Weehawken, then to Milford 10 years ago. She had been a translator for Immigration Services in Hoboken, helping Italian immigrants become citizens. She was a communicant of St. Francis Catholic Church in Hoboken. She was a member of the Riegel Ridge Senior Citizens and their Kitchen Band. Her husband, Pasquale, died in 1975. Surviving are two daughters, Marie Radetich of Toms River and Veta Foote of Milford; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A funeral liturgy will be held today at 10 a.m. at St. Francis Church. Visiting hours were scheduled last night at Failla Memorial Home in Hoboken. Entombment will be at Fairview Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Kearns Funeral Home in Whitehouse.

Hilda P.S. Kohl
RARITAN TWP. - Hilda P.S. Kohl died July 5, 2002, at home. She was 85. Born in Raritan Township, she was the daughter of Charles and Anna Kreiner Kohl. She had resided in Raritan Township all her life and was a homemaker. Survivors include a sister, Frances Cronce of Flemington. Graveside services were held Tuesday in St. Magdalen Cemetery in Flemington, under the direction of the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington.

Kathe S. Lachenmayr
BRIDGEWATER TWP. - Kathe S. Lachenmayr died on July 4, 2002 at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville. She was 95. She was born in Berlin, Germany, the daughter of Albert and Wilhelmina Smeenk. She lived in Whitehouse Station for many years and then in Ringoes for 14 years. She moved to Bridgewater Township this year. She was a homemaker and was also involved in operating her family's poultry farm in Readington Township when she lived there. Her husband, George Lachenmayr died in 1990. Mrs. Lachenmayr is survived by a son, George Lachenmayr of Bridgewater; a daughter, Katie Kuster of Raritan Township; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services were held on Monday at Holcombe Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. Burial was in Rural Hill Cemetery in Whitehouse. Memorial contributions can be sent to Somerset Home Care Services, 110 Rehill Ave., Somerville 08876.

Robert C. Linn
LEBANON TWP. - Robert C. Linn died Saturday, July 6, 2002 at Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 80. He was born on July 6, 1922 in Crestline, Ohio, the son of Otto C. and Stella Lynn Flynn, and had lived in Lebanon Township since 1978 moving from McLean, Va., where he had lived for 12 years. Before that, he had lived in Mansfield, Ohio. He was still working as an electrical engineer and partner for DAQ Electronics in Piscataway, a company he helped start in 1975. He was a 1950 graduate of Ohio University, where he received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and graduated head of his class. He was a member of the Phi Kappa fraternity. He was a Navy veteran of World War II, serving in the Atlantic on a destroyer escort. He was was a fire control officer second class. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in High Bridge and was one of the church lectors. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Anita C. Carlin Linn; three sons, Robert C. Linn Jr. of Westminster, Colo., Richard Linn of Midlothian, Va., and Michael Linn of Califon; a daughter, Susan Tallet of Mesa, Ariz.; five brothers, Richard Linn of California, Thomas Linn of Massachusetts and James Linnm William Linn and Lawrence Linn, all of Ohio; five sisters, Dorothy Yochem of Florida and Mary Briner, Emma Hatfield, Margaret Linn and Nancy Jagman, all of Ohio, and four grandsons. A funeral mass was held Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Private burial services were held at Culpepper (Va.) National Cemetery. Arrangements were made by the Scarponi-Bright Funeral Home in Lebanon. Memorial contributions can be made to the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, 1 Elmwood Ave., Kansas City, Kan., 66103.

John C. Little Jr.
DELAWARE TWP. - John C. Little Jr. died Sunday, July 7, 2002 at the Hunterdon Medical Center. He was 53. He was born in Glen Ridge, the son of John C. and Rita Hogan Little, and was raised in Montclair and had lived in Delaware Township since 1991. He graduated from William Patterson University in Wayne with a bachelor's degree in business administration with a minor in law and psychology. He was an operations manager with Distribution Auto Services in Port Elizabeth and had been with the company for 17 years. Mr. Little was an automobile enthusiast and enjoyed restoring cars. In addition to his mother, of Delaware Township, he is survived by his wife, Linda Jachym Little; a daughter, Amanda Little; four sons, Scott Little, Ryan Little, Jeff Little, and T.J. Little, all at home; and a sister, Rita Furst of Butler. The funeral will be held on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Stockton Presbyterian Church. Interment will follow in the Barber Burial Grounds in Delaware Township. Calling hours will be today and tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville. Memorial contributions to benefit Mr. Little's children can be sent to UnitedTrust Bank, Box 265, Sergeantsville 08557. Online condolences can be made to the family at

Stanley J. Magdon
BEAR CREEK, Pa. - Stanley J. "The Chicken Man" Magdon died July 4, 2002, at home. He was 86. Born in Plains, Pa. he was the son of Ludwig and Josephine Munia Magdon. He lived in Whitehouse Station and Hillside before moving to Bear Creek. He attended the Plains School system. He retired 22 years ago from Weston Instruments in Newark after 30 years there. Prior to Weston he worked at Vulcan Ironworks, in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He was also self-employed as a wallpaper hanger and house painter. He was a member of Dupont (Pa.) VFW, Salvation Army Adult Ministries and Charles T. Adams Senior Center in Wilkes-Barre. His hobbies included raising animals and spending time with family and friends. His wife of 55 years, Irene Blakeslee, died in 1994. He is survived by seven sons, Richard Magdon at home, Stanley Magdon Jr. of Montgomery, Ala., Donald Magdon of Egg Harbor, Robert Magdon of Deatsville, Ala., John Magdon of Lopatcong Township, Ronald Magdon of Fords and Gary Magdon of Dupont, Pa.; two daughters, Joyce Yamelski of Plains and JoAnn Zacios of Whitehouse Station; three sisters, Mary Bender, Hedwig Dowling and Regina Day, 23 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Services were Monday at the Mark V. Yanaitis Funeral Home in Plains. Interment was at Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Plains.

John F. Mangan, 93, Was Special Education Leader
LAKE WORTH, Fla. - John F. Mangan died on July 4, 2002 at the Noreen McKeen Nursing Home in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was 93. Born and raised in Lambertville, a son of John and Sarah Cavanaugh Mangan, he had lived in Hackensack for many years and summered in Keene, N.H. and in Lake Worth. He retired from the state Department of Education after 30 years as a supervisor for handicapped children. Mr. Mangan received a masters degree in education from Rutgers College. He was a pioneer in special education for the handicapped; his model program for special education needs was adopted by various counties in New Jersey. In 1937, he was one of five educators who founded the Central Bergen Federal Credit Union. Surviving are his wife of 64 years, Dorothy Ledger Mangan; a daughter, Sister Dorothy Mangan S.C. of Lake Worth; and two sons, James of Lake Worth and John Jr. of New Hampshire. Services were held yesterday from the Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville. A funeral liturgy was celebrated at the St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Lambertville. Burial followed in the parish cemetery.

Edna Monteverde Nanni
LAMBERTVILLE - Edna Monteverde Nanni died on July 4, 2002 at her home. She was 76. Born and raised in Lambertville, she was the daughter of Louis and Rose Santilla Monteverde. Mrs. Nanni was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church in Lam'bertville. She was a mender at Towle Lace in Lambertville. She is survived by her husband of 56 years Henry T. Nanni; a daughter, Linda Jesunas of Delran; a son, Dominic Nanni of Mount Laurel; a sister, Mary Bevilacqua of Trenton, a brother, Nicholas Monteverde of Lambertville and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday at St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial was in the parish cemetery, under the direction of the Garefino Funeral Home in Lambertville. Memorial contribution can be made to the Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Dr., Flemington 08822.

Pauline A. Palumbo
FLEMINGTON - Pauline A. Palumbo died Friday, July 5, 2002 at Hunterdon Care Center in Raritan Township. She was 96. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of Casper and Rose LiCalsi. She lived in Hoboken before moving to Flemington in 1965. She was a homemaker. A son, Joseph Palumbo, died in 1965. She is survived by her daughter, Marie Winberry of Flemington; a sister, Amelia Cerbo; five grandchildren and four great-granddaughters. A funeral mass was held Tuesday at Our Lady of Victories Church in Baptistown. Interment was at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Flemington, under the direction of Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington.

Olga Przewoznik
WHITEHOUSE - Olga Przewoznik died July 8, 2002 at Hunterdon Medical Center. She was 79. Born in Ringoes, she was the daughter of Adam and Josephine Samuel. She was a resident of Annandale before moving to Whitehouse 25 years ago. Mrs. Przewoznik managed the shoe department at the Laneco store in Whitehouse for 15 years. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Whitehouse Station. She was a member of the Polish American Citizens Club and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, both in Whitehouse Station, the Readington Township Senior Citizens Group and the Lourdes Seniors. Her husband, Nicholas Przewoznik, died in 1999 and a son, John Przewoznik, died in February. She is survived by a son, Richard Przewoznik of Brick; a brother, Frank Samuel of Everett, Pa.; five sisters, Loretta Price and Grace Hashim, both of North Miami, Fla., Virginia Kutiak of Whitehouse Station, Helen Ference of Middlesex and Florence Samuel of Glen Gardner; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral liturgy will be held tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Friends may visit today 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Kearns Funeral Home in Whitehouse. Interment will be in St. Bernards Cemetery in Bridgewater. Memorial contributions can be made to the Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Box 175, Whitehouse Station 08889-0175.

Arthur Servis
WIMAUMA, Fla. - Arthur Gary Servis died June 20, 2002, at South Bay Hospital in Sun City Center, Fla. He was 62. Born in Frenchtown, he was the son of Arthur and Delphine Heisel Servis. He lived in Frenchtown before moving to Florida in the 1960s. He was a grduate of Frenchtown High School. He served in the Marine Corps Presidential Guard from 1957 to 1960. He was an entrepreneur, owning hardware stores and garages in Tampa and Wimauma. He was 32 degree Mason of the Scottish Rite Temple, Holyrood Lodge in Tampa. He was an active member of the Volunteer 1st Calvary Regiment (the Rough Riders) in Tampa, Fla. He is survived by a son, Brian Servis of Apollo Beach, Fla.; two daughters, Tracy Buttermore of Lake Wales, Fla., and Christina Nations of Wimauma; and five grandchildren. A graveside service with Marine Corps honors was held at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, on June 25. The Lewers Funeral Home in, Ruskin, Fla. made the arrangements.

Arthur L. Stillwell, 82, Insurance Agency Owner
RARITAN TWP. - Arthur L. Stillwell died on Friday, July 5, 2002, at home. He was 82. Born at Muhlenberg Hospital in Plainfield, he was the son of Lester and Bess Vanderbeek Stillwell. He grew up in North Branch and later lived in Asbury for 25 years. He moved to Raritan Township about one and a half years ago. He graduated from Somerville High School in 1939 and was noted for his activity in the theater group and barbershop quartet. He attended Rider Business College in Lawrenceville. He loved farming and during his school years he assisted at relatives' farms. When he graduated business college, he became an underwriter for Selected Risk Insurance Co. in Branchville, was later appointed an agent for them and began building his insurance business. He entered the Air Force in 1942 and served in the 622 Air Materials Squadron, supplying ammunition for fighter planes on newly liberated Pacific Islands. He was awarded the Asiatic Pacific Service Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. After discharge he pursued his love of dairy farming in Oldwick and then in Ringoes until 1959. He then began his career in the insurance business, purchased the Reed & Son agency in Whitehouse and later the Blazure Agency in Annandale. He continued working until his death. He was a member and former trustee of the First United Presbyterian Church of Amwell at Larison's Corner. He was a member of the South Branch Grange and the Stanton Grange, the Hunterdon Hills Lions Club, the American Legion Post in Whitehouse, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Martinsville and the Hunterdon 200 Club. His wife, Elizabeth Drake Skillman, died in 2000. He is survived by a son, Kenneth Stillwell of Cokesbury; two daughters, Susan Kegley of Bristol, Tenn. and Elizabeth Zaricor of Montrose, Ala; five grandchildren; one great-granddaughter and long-time friend and confidant, Susanne M. Gagnon. Memorial services will be held Friday, July 19 at 2:30 p.m. at the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home in Flemington. The calling period will be at the funeral home that day starting at 1 p.m. Burial is at Mountain View Cemetery in Cokesbury. Memorial contributions can be made to the Hunterdon Hospice, 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington 08822.

Josephine Sturgis
FLEMINGTON - Josephine Sturgis died Friday, July 5, 2002 at Hunterdon Medical Center. She was 97. Born in Chester, she lived in Somerville for over 50 years before moving to Flemington in 1964. Mrs. Sturgis provided care and companionship to elder ladies and children. She was a member of the United Reformed Church in Somerville. She was a charter member of Eagles Lodge 21378 Auxiliary of Bridgewater, serving as its president for two years. Her husband, Vernon Sturgis, died in 1974. Funeral services took place yesterday at the Cusick Funeral Home in Somerville followed by burial in New Cemetery in Somerville.

Susan Wynn
KINGWOOD TWP. - Susan B. Wynn died July 4, 2002, at Hunterdon Care Center in Raritan Township. She was 76. Born in Crystal Hill, Pa., daughter of Charles L. and Viola Hodges Bass Bates, she lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., and Belleville before moving to Kingwood Township 43 years ago. She was an active member of Baptistown Baptist Church. She attended the State University of New York, earning a degree in nursing. She worked as a licensed practical nurse in Brooklyn, and then worked for more than 30 years as an emergency room and floor nurse at Hunterdon Medical Center. She also worked for Dr. Nicholas Cifelli in Raritan Township for more than 25 years. Mrs. Wynn was a Girl Scout leader in Kingwood Township for more than 10 years. She enjoyed reading, baseball and doing crossword puzzles. Surviving are three daughters, Constance Wynn-Smith of Neptune, Kathleen Wynn of Somerville and Karen Wynn of Frenchtown; a brother, Morrell Bates of Edison; and a granddaughter. A brother, Harold Bates, and two sisters, Maria Stevens and Grace Cowan, died previously. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m., at Baptistown Baptist Church. Arrangements were by W.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Holland Township. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, P.O. Box 195, Baptistown 08803.

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