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Joseph A. Miele Obituaries
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Miele, 87, died April 10,2004 at his Joette Stewart and Jannean DeNichols, 87, died April 12, 2004 Lawrence, are deceased. _
Surviving are three sons, Earl, Arbor Chamber Music pres- "Dreams and Prayers of received two Grammy nominal
home in Manalapan.
• Born in Newark, he lived in
Kenilworth before moving to
Parana; four sons, Louis Smith,
Stephen Hall, Anthony and
Joseph; four sisters, Helen
Mary H. Messing at.Runnells Specialized Hospital of
Union County in Berkeley Heights. Joseph and Paul; a daughter,.
She. was born, in Newark and Patricjii Hennessey; four grandchil-
ents the St, Lawrence String
Quartet and clarinetist Todd
Isaac the Blind" was inspired
by the. story of the groat 7
Since winning the 1990
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CRANFORD — Mary Hieber ..Surviving are a daughter, . had lived in Kenilworth since 19.42. dren and two great-grandchildren., Palmer in concert 4 p.m. April
Manalapan in 1984. Pugliese, Connie Manto, Emma .Kabbalist rabbi from 12th-con- •..Young Concert Artist
-Messing, 97, died April 7, 2004 at Marion Fetics of Metucheri; a son- Services will be 10 a.m. today at 25 at the Presbyterian Church
Mr. Miele retired in;: 1983 after Alvino and Rose Shurnnker; 14 Mrs. DeNichols retired in 1990 tur.y Provence, who dictated a International Auditions, clar-
the Delaire Nursing & in-law, Gerard Bertschy of Huron,
nearly 40 years as an English grandchildren and six great-
Convalescent Center in Linden. alter 30 years as an office manager the Opacity Funeral Home, 511 of Westfieid, located at the manuscript in which he inetist Todd Palmer has
Ohio; two granddaughters, Laura
teacher in the'Newark school sys- grandchildren;, . . •'•'. with the Barone Construction Co. Washington Ave. Burial will be in corner of East Broad Street asserted that all dhings and appeared as recitalist, concerto
Born in Germany, she lived in Hannen and husband Jim of
tem. He graduated from Upsala Services were held Tuesday at in Kenilworth. She earlier worked St. Gertrude Cernetery.Colonia. and Mountain Avenue. A pre- events in the universe are the : soloist and clinician at major
Toms River and Cranford before Ringwood and Nicole Bertschy of Donations may be sent to the
College in East Orange. "'. the Cpstello-Kpyen Funeral Home in the office of the Kenilworth bor- concert talk with John Sichel product of •combinations of the performing arts centers and
moving to Metuchen in 2002. .'.' Ohio; three grandsons, Steven Kenilworth Rescue Squad..
He was an Army veteran of in Avenel. Entombment was in the ough clerk. will begin at 3:15 p.m: ; letters of the Hebrew alpha-
Mrs; Messing and her husband, Fetics of Stanhope, Robert Salgado universities in 47 states and
ldWU Franklin Memorial Park, mau-
Surviving are four daughters, soleum, North Brunswick.
Alfred, owned the Mayfair Tavern in and Wife; Jill of Ohio and Alfred
Irvington and Club 83 in Elizabeth Bertschy of Ohio; and a niece, John Mills Wittke The featured work is
Osvaldo Golijov's "Dreams and
bet. . " . •"• . " . . :.- •
Having walked on stage
has been given virtually unan-
imous praise for his supreme
Frank J. for more than 20 years, until retiring Teresa Lauch of Elizabeth.
ini972.Hediedinl985. . . Services were held Saturday at
A daughter, Ruth B6rtsdiy, died the Costello-Runyon Funeral Home
John Mills Wittke; 92, died April . A former member of the Echo
8, 2004 at Jersey Shore University Lake Country Club, Mr.. Wittke was
Prayers of .Isaac; the Blind" for
string-quartet and kleznier ;
clarinet. Tho St. Lawrence
together over 1.5Q0 times in
the past 14 years, the St.
mastery of his instrument and
CRANFORD — Frank J. Meyer, was a member of. the National inl995. Medical Center, in Neptune. a member of Phi Gamma Delta fra- Lawrence String Quartet has The St. Lawrence String
•'. : \ in Metuchen. Quartet will also perform
87, died April10; 2004 at his home Association of Letter Carriers. He.was born in: Summit a n d ; ternity at Union College. established itself among the Quartet and Todd Palmer are
Ravel's String Quartet and . world-class chamber ensembles
in Lewisburg, Pa. He was in the Army. Medical
, Born Oct. 6,1916 in Jersey City, Corps in tlie South Pacific during
he was a son of the late Frank and "World War II,,
. . '. '
Susan T. Atkins lived in Westfieid before moving to
Bay Head, where he had a summer is deceased.
His wife, Dorothy Taylor Wittke,
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••.-••• Surviving are a daughter, Gajl W.
Haydn's String Quartet,
Op.64, ho;2. ;:;
of its generation. .;-' , '•' :
returning artists to Arbor's
series. This is the final; concert
CRANFORD - Susan ,T, .Newark. . home for many years. In 1992 the quartet won of the 2003:2004 season! '
Hilda Dreher Meyer, .. A brotlier, Alfred, is deceased. Mfc Wittke was the founder and Houston;: tliree grandcliildren and Golijov, recent winner of a ••••-. both the Banff International Arbor Chamber Music
Mr. Meyer graduated from Surviving are his' wife of 37 Atkins, 90, died April 9, 2004 at Her husband, Edward A., died
Cranford High School and lived in years, Marv E' "Betty" Rolley
the Cranford Health and in 2001. , •'.•,;•• Retired owner of Oil Equipment MacArthur "genius" grant, was-: String Quartet Competition receives generous support: from
Extended Care Center.: • • Laboratories in Elizabeth. He grad- A memorial service was held born iri Argentina, where'he • and Young Concert Artists The, New Jersey State Council;
Cranford before; moving to Meyer; and many nieces'; and Surviving are a daughter,
. . Born in Simpson; W;VaH she Constance B. Brown of Cranford; uated in 1935 from Union College in Tuesday at All Saints Episcopal •
.grew.up in an Eastern ';-• . •Audition, launching them on a on the Arts through a grant
Lewisburg- He retired in 1972 after . n e p h e w s . •
•••'.•' . - . Schehectady,.N.y. } :'. . • . Church in Bay Head.
' European ..Jewish household,
31 years as a letter carrier with the Graveside services were held lived in Newark and Clark before three grandchildren and four . He was the commodore of. .the "Arrangements were by the van
performing career that has v administered.by the Union
yesterday at IWildwood Cemetery in moving to Cranford. .great-grandchildren. . .' studying piano as. a; child with brought them across North County Division of Cultural
Cranford post office. Hise & Callagan Funeral Home in.
For 50 years:Mr. Meyer was a Williamspprt; Pa., with Rev. John H. .Mrs. Atkins retired in 1982 Private arrangements were by Bay Head Yacht;Club from 1966-68. his mother before .moving to and South America, Europe and Heritage Affairs, and froiil
v Mr..Wittke was an honorary mem- Point Pleasant Beach. Donations
membe* of Azure-Masada Lodge 72, Shaw III dfficinting. Arrangements after 12 years as a packer with the .Gray Memorial Funeral ber . of the Bay Head Fire •may be sent to the Bay Head Fire Israel in 1983. He came.to the and Asia. . . . .' ' . the Westfieid Foundation,
Free & Accepted Masons. He once: were by the John H. Shaw III Bamberger's department stores in H o m e / •-•.•'• •;.- .••• • . • - . : -.'. V . U.S. three years later, where ••:-7ln2002'EMi'roleaswl-.their . Hnyward Industries and . .
Department and Bay Head Department or Bay Head Historical
coached little League baseball and Funeral Home iri Lewisburg. :.•••..• he earned his Ph.D.. from the McCarter. & English, LLP. ,
Edward J, Quinn Republican Organization. . • Society. . . '..- .
University of Pennsylvania,. •
recording "Yiddishbbuk," fea-
turing the.chamber music of ' •' The Presbyterian Church is
Mary Elizabeth Pompei CRANFORD — Edward J. Society at St. Maximilian Kolbe Bessie Young Karp studying vvith George Crumb. Osvaldo Golijov.The work . handicapped accessible,;
The St Lawrence String Quartet will perform at the Presbyterian Church of Westfieid April 25
. KENILWORTH . — -Mary Steven; two daughters, Megan and Quirui, 92, died April 11,2004 at liis Roman "-Catholic- :Church, in Toms Bessie Y. Young Karp died April • i n B o s t o n . •:.•.. ':•: '• •
Elizabeth Moran Pompei, 42, died Melissa; and a brother, Joseph. J. home in Toms River. River. ' \ . . - ;:'-.- • ...' -.'
April 9,- 2004 at Jersey Shore . M o r a n J r . •'•'.'' . \ . ; , '•• : . '
University Medical .Center, in
A" funeral Mass was held
Tuesday at St. Mark's Roman River in 1978.;
Born in Bayqnne, he lived in Sursnving are liis \vife, MaVie
Craiiford before moving to toms Weis Quiiiri; tliree sons, Jeffrey and ;
Kevin, both of San Diego, Calif, and
.Mr.,Quinn was a career Aniiy Brian of Exton, Pa.; a daughter,
, 7,. 20.04 at Genesis • EldorCare-
WqstfieldCenter. ' . .• Stanley: six grandchildren and a
; ; •'••'
. Mrs,- Karp was. born in Boston, great-grandchild,'
Mfiss. She lived in Brighton, Mass.,
'. Suhi\ing are two sons, Fred and
Graveside services were held
.' . . Symphony concert features
Mrs: Pompei was bom in Newark Catholic.,••Church.'-in. Sea Girt, and Mountainside before moving to Friday at Sharon Memorial Park in
and lived in Kenilworth heforemov- Entombment was; in the mau- officer who retired with tlie rank of Katlii McGuire of Slup Bottom; Westfieid four montlis ago.
ing to Wall in 2001. soleum'at St..Catherine Cemetery, major. He later was a manufactur- seven grandcliildren and a great-
• Surviving are her husband of 19 • W a i l . ; : " . ; ' i ; . . : ; ; . - .'•-..-• '• '•• '•' er's representative with David La grandchild. - -. ' • ! -.- •
• • A funeral Mass was held yester-
She .and ' h e r late husband;,
C a n t o n , M a s s . •'< • • • •
Arrangements were by the
Samuel, owned tlie Charles Karp & Menorali Chapels at Millburn, in
years, Steven; her parents, Joseph J. '':'.. •'Arrangements-".were by the Pine Inc. in New York City for 10 Union. Donations may be sent to
day at St. Maximilian Kolbe Sons dotliing store in Boston. Mrs. Center for Hope Hospico, 176 Hussa
and Eli2abeth Flyrin Moran; a son, O'Brien Funeral Home in Wall.
•••years arid retired in 1976.
He founded Major Quinn's Church. Burial was, in the, Brig.
Quinn 'was a member of tlie Memorial Cemetery, Arnytown.
Karp also was a past president of
tlie ParentrTeacher Association at St., Unden, NJ 07036 or Defeat
• Bowling League in Lakeliurst. Mr. Gen. William: C. Doyle Veterans Temple B'nai Moshe in Brighton. Diabetes Foundation, 501 150th
conies to area The VVestfiekl Symphony Orchestra's:,upico)iri-
ing.concert will celebrate the nnisic.o.f the clas-
sical masters as well as showcasing the stars of
tomorrow. . • . .. • . • • ,
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. Arrangements w.ere by: the She was a member of Hadassali Ave., Madeira Beach, FL 33708. The Coffee with Conscience Concert. Series of. ' , * The .concert, 8 p.m. Saturday at the Union .
• CRANFORp — Lena M. Surviving are a daughter,1 . Holiday .City B Golf Club; the. Quinn-Hoppirig Funeral Home in Tickets at $25 are available at the following"
•Westfieid presents blues.artist..and."ui.ulei'gTound •
Ariellq Cplombrita, 85, died April Mary G. Capece; two sisters. Father Graham -'Anchor- Club, in Toms River.
10, 2004 at her home. : , AntoinetteCancellieri and Mary Berkeley;. and. the.'Holv Name
Rudolph Sondergaard legend" Caroline Aiken in concert this-weekend.
Aiken will perform at the First United '
'County Arts Center in Railway; will' feature'the •ticket outlets:.Lancaster Ltd., Town Book ' .
professional orchestra in performances, of' . Store,..and,'Evalyn Dunn's.Gallery in Westfieid;.
;.. "• Born in Newark, she lived in Pagano;. four •grandchildren and Mozart's Symphony No. ,40 and Shostakovich's: Martin Jewelers in Cranford; Beautiful Things
Irvington and Parsippany before six -great-grandchildren. •••
moving to Cranford in 1976. A funeral.Mass was held
Gladys Michalczyk Rudolph Lawrence Sondergaard.
84, died April 5, 2004 at Runnells World War 11/
Specialized Hospital o f Union'
He was an Army veferan of
Surviving are his wife, Stella G.
' Methodist Church of'Wos'tfield, 1 East Broad. St. ;'•
. Saturday night. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m". and
Chamber Symphony Op. 110a. It will also . '
showcase the talents of New. Jersey's up-and-
in Scotch Plains; and Frog Hollow; in Cranford.
The Westfieid Symphony was founded in
GARWOOD . • - Gladys M. Janet'Kbblj.ska and Ann Marie; t\vo County in Berkeley Heights. .../•• thexoncert begins at 8. Admission -'is $12; all net . • coming musical stars by featuring the winners . .1983 by a.group of Westfieid citizens who ••••:'•'
•Mrs; Colombrita retired in Tuesday, at Our-: Lady.6f Lourdes Zielinski Sondergaard;. eight nieces
1999 after 20 years as a cashier Roman Catholic Church. Dushanek Michalczyk, 79, died •sons, John and Thomas; a sister, proceeds from the concert .will be donated to of the New, Jersey Music Teachers Association
He was born in Newark and had and nephews; 13 grandnieces and believed that the expression of history and cul-
at Governor Livingston High Mountainside, following services. April 9, .2004 at St.. Michael's Dorothy Dushanek; a brother, b'ved in FanWood since 1952. Habitat for Humanity. . .', . 2004 Concerto Competition. • •-...
grandnephews; and several great- ture through the performance of symphonic
School in Berkeley Heights. at the Galante Funeral Home in Medical Center in Newark. Robert Dushanek; seven grandchil- . The Vermont-based singer/songwriter Rachel
Mr. Sondergaard retired in 1989 grandniee'es' and great-grand- Bissex will open the show. • . • •
The three featured pianists -^-winners of,.. music adds.-value, to the quality of community '•'.
Her husband, Maurice P., and Union. Burial was' in : Gate of Mrs. Michalczyk was a Ufelong dren and a great-grandchild. from Western Electric in Koarny, nephews. '." •' . '. •• their respective age categories in the competi- life. Its mission is to promote the world's legacy
a sister, Cojicetta Mirando, are Heaven Cemetery, , East: .Ganvood resident and a salesclerk A funeral Mass was held where he was a layout designer.;He .. A. funeral Mass was held .-• Aiken has been called the "Earthinother of the
.-.t ion-will.-each perform a movement from a of symphonic and operatic music to audiences,-
deceased. Hanover. with Brown's Variety Store".in- Tuesday at ..St. Anne's Roman was a member of tlie Telephone Tuesday • at St. Bartholomew the Atlanta acoustic scene" anc| was recently named
Ganvood. She retired in 2000 after Catholic Church. Burial was in Pioneers of America; the Fanwood Apostle. Roman, Catholic Church, . wellJknown- concerto with' the musicians ofthe involving them i n a diversity of professional :
the "Best Acoustic Act" by Atlanta Magazine, •
Ernest Sposaro seven ye.ttrs as a school bus aide Fain'iew'.Cemetery, Westfieid.
with the VogelBusCo; in Roselle.
Senior Citizens Club; Eastern 'Star Scotch Plains, following services; at
Arrangements were by tlie Lodge 105, Free & Accepted the Rossi Funeral Home in Scotch
.where she was pictured with Curtis Mayfield,
Gladys foiight, the Indigo Girls, and the Black
Westfieid Symphony, under the direction of
Music Director David Wroe^ • • • •'
Andres Nguyen, 1.7, will perform the, first .
musical experiences including.performance, .
education and mentoring. . • ... '
Now in its 21st season, the symphony is-"
•;: KENILWORTH — Ernest U. an Army veteran. Her husband, John, died in Dooley Funeral Home in-Cranford.' Masons, in ! Bound .Brook; and Plains. Entombment was in the Crows.. • •.••'•'••• .';••.-'
1994. '. . . . - ; Donations may be sent to the Danish Brotherhood Chapter 46 in Fairviow Cemetery mausoleum, ;. .After 30-plus years of -performing and touring • •-movement of Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto viewed as one of the cultural jewels of the met-
Sposaro, 71, died April 8, 2004 at .A brother. Anthony W., is 'No. 1, Emily Choi, 12, will play the, first move- ropolitan area, It has been recognized .by the
deceased. ..- are two daughters, Garwood First Aid Squad, Perth Ambov. Westfieid, " ; . ,.'- ' globally, the expressive, singer and guitarist was .
St. Barnabas Medical Center in ment of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1, and •• NJ. State Council on the Arts as a
called an "underground legend," by Santa Cruz'
Livingston. Surviving are His wife. .Marie
•. ; He was born in. East Orange Truppo Sposaro; a sister, Maryann:
and had lived in Kenilworth since a niete,. a nephew, a great-niece
Solie Pastuzyn William T. Harrington Good Times magazine. She lias opened for and
played with, some of music's greatest talents,.
Constance Lin Kaita, 9, will perform, the first .. Distinguished Arts Organization and is the' res-
movement of Haydn's Piano Concerto No, 1, ident orchestra of Union County and.of the
1974. .'•'.. and four great-nephews. : CRANFORD — Sohe Pastuzyn,- Surviving are his wife, Mary Ann among them Muddy Waters, Bonnie Raitt, Leo . The Coffee with Conscience Concert Series ••' VVroe was eager to launch this, collaboration . 'Union County Arts Center.'-. • :
' William T. Harrington, 80, died in Florida. • • '
brings Caroline Aikeri to Westfieid Saturday night.
Mr. Sposaro was a-postal worker -. •'• Services were held Tuesday at 73, died April 11, 2004 at tlie New . Lanko Pastuzyn; tliree sons, Greg, ' Kottke, Hot Tuna, and Little Feat, Aiken has with the Ne\v Jersey Music Teachers NJMTA is an affiliate ofthe Music Teachers .
April 8, 2004 at his home, in Surviving are his wife, Anne
and official for 30 years, retiring in the Galante.Funeral Home^ Union, Jersey Veterans Memorial Home, at .Jeffrey and Christopher; tliree Manchester. • Dolan Harrington; three sons,. played at the Georgia Musk Hall of Fame with the., Fanwood'arid'Mountainside can catch .each; :.
. Association. "I believe that part of.the National Association. The objective of the .:
1989 as tlie assistant postma'ster of followed by a funeral Mass at St. Mehlo Park.. . . • •'.:.•. . daughters, Vivian Weiss, Sandra
.Mr. Harrington was born in. William Thomas, jr., : James and B-52's arid Mother's Finest. She was evon present- month's concert oivFriday's at 10 a.m: and 10 p.m. Westfield's Symphony's role is.to.search out, NJMTA is to advance musicaj'khowl'edge'and
the East Orange post office. He was -Theresa's Roman Catholic Church. He was born in Bayonne and had Eves .-and Nartci; a brother, Joseph; : ed with her own glass case.in-the Atlanta Hard tin.d nurture the.talent of.tomorrow. The; '.promote, professional,growth among music .
Oswego, N.Y;, and.lived in Westfieid. Kevin; three daughters,: Kathleen and on Sundays at 7p.m; . •-. . •
bved in Cranford since 1961. two. sisters, Sophie Petrus and NJ.MTA Concerto Competition featured serious teachers, .and to conduct.activities that encour-
for 25 years before moving in 1987 to Caputo, Melissa Eustace and Karen; Rock Cafe. The Coffee with Conscience Concert Series of-. .
Mabel Ticefelt Mr.. Pastuzyn was with. IBM Mary, and 11 grandcliildren,
Corp. for 32 years before retiring in
Beverly Hills, Fla. He had resided in a brother, George; 13 grandchildren
Services were held yesterday at Manchester since 1999.
and two great-grandcliiklren.
Aiken has independently produced 5 albums,
among them "Live Bait" and "Butler Field." With
Westfieid supports the following charities: The
Eric Johnson. House in Morristown, the -Interfait h
talent. I am. very proud to present.these, three '.-,• age and support teaching, performance, compo-
winners to our audience: I hope, that this will sition and the appreciation of music. ''.'
CRANFORD — Mabel A. •Kiauder. and a granddaughter, 19S7 as a customer engineer based . the Dooley. Funeral Home. Burial He retired in 1986 as a mechani- A funeral Mass was held Tuesday, three different workshops, she is busy teaching •Council for the Homeless, the Names Project be the beginning of a long and fruitful, partner-' . NJMTA's Concerto. Competition is open to
Ticefelt, 85, died-April 5! 2004: at Jennifer Idauder. died in 2001.. in Newark. A member of American will be today in Fairview Cemetery.
cal engineer with Du Pont in at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic private atid group lessons in.performance, song- (more commonly known as the AIDS Quiit*,. ship between the Symphony and NJMTA." piano, strings, winds, and brass students'who
Union Hospital. Surviving art• . a daughter. Legion Post 165 in Bayonne, he was Westfieid. .' • • '
Newark. Mr. Harrington was a Church'. writing, and guitar playing. . Habitat: for Humanity and the Community There will be a free pre-concert discussion are legal'residents'of New Jersey and under
Mrs. Ticefelt was born in Barbara A. Lizuri: three sisters, with the Navy in Japan during the Donations may be sent, to tlie Marine Corps demolition specialist
Arrangements were by the For more information about Aiken, visit •FoodBank of NJ. Each concert benefits one of with musicologist Joseph Orchard beginning the age of 18: After being chosen from record-
Freeport, N.Y. She lived in Hazleton, Mildred Baldwin. Ann Fe.it zinger Korean War. • Alzheimer's Association. in tlie Pacific during World War II Dooley Colonial Home. Donations www'.cai'oliiK'.iikcii.coin. . these charities. prior to the concert at 7 p.m. Tickets for the ed, performances submitted to NJMTA, stu-
Pa.-, and. Carteret before moving to and Ruth' Lomnitz.er; four grand- with the rank of corporal. may be.sent to the American Cancer . The Coffee -with Conscience Concert Series of For more .information about the Coffee with concert are .$25-$60 with discounts for students dents competed live in front of a'panel of
She was ahomemaker and par- dren.
children and five great.-grandchil-
' .. Joseph Schaffer He also was a hospital volunteer S o c i e t y . / • •'. • . Westfieid is a 10-show series running from ;
September through June at the First United •
Conscience Concert.Series, the upcoming perform-
ance, or ways to get involved with the series, call.
and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased
at the Westfieid Symphony Orchestra .office
judges who selected winners in each age cate-
gory. , . . . ' • ' ; ' •'••
ticipated in tlie adult, day care pro-
gram a t the YMCA in Union.
Services were held Saturday at GARWOOD -
the Dpoley Funeral Home. Burial Schaffer, S6. died April 8, 2004 at 1950:
Joseph R. Garwood before moving to Clark in Jean Kessinger Methodist-Church of Westfieid. The concerts arc
also being recorded for broadens, t by Westlleld's -.
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Westfieid at (908). 232-8723 or go to www.coffee- .
Her husband, Alfred, died in was in Fairyiew Cemetery, Robert Wood Johnson University Mr. Sdiiiffer was '.with Airco in Jean Scholz Kessinger, 78, died Legion. TV-36. Residents of Westfieid, Scotch Plains, • • withcoiiscience.c.ohi.. • • ' . . ' • .
2002. A daughter, Judith M. . Westfieid, Hospital at Railway, Union for 25 years and retired as a April 6, 2004 at Muhlenberg Her first husband, John Scliolz,
Born in Carteret, he lived in •supenisor. He earlier spent 25.. Regional Medical Center in died in 1961. A son, John William
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