October 4, 2002 B-3
Ralph Appezzato; political Obituaries Congregation plans to honor
leader, Marine officer pastor on his 36th anniversary
SCOTCH PLAINS - Ralph life, Mr. Appezzato was a vice
J. Appezzato. 67, a decorated president with the Bank of
Kimberley Sue Williams SCOTCH PLAINS Plains-Faiiwood
services 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday Association, I W U T was for 23 years
Marine Corps officer and long- America, where he worked from SCOTCH PLAINS — LoPrete of Jersey City; an aunt. mark the ;UHh anniversary of Kev the exivutiw dinvtor of the Golden
time political leader, died Sept. 19ivi-90. and chief operating Kimberley Sue Williams, 32. died Lois Umholtz of Colorado; two Kelmo l\jrteras pastor of St. John's Age Project run by the Newark
16 at his home in Alameihi. offici-r of the Volunteers of Sept. ;>(), 2002 at University uncles. Donald Umholtz of Baptist Church. 2;?S7 Morse Ave Senior Citi/.ons Commission.
Calif. America from 1990-94. Hospital m Newark. Colorado and Jeffrey lx)Prete of He came to Scotch Plains in He married his wife. Shirley
He spent 26 year? in the Mr Appt-zzato was born in She was born in Jersey City Whitehouse; several other aunts, UXi(> after stints as pastor nf linHMi IWter, m 195;i. The Porters
Marines, including a tour of New .Jersey and lived m Scotch and lived in Scotch Plains all her uncles ami cousins; and the fami- Trinity Temple Church of Hod in have 11nve grown children and
duty in Vietnam, before retir- Plain.-- before moving to life. ly dog. Cluila. Christ, located in Montclair. and three grandchildren.
ing in 1983 with the rank of Alameda in 19t>2 He earned a Ms. Williams attended Union Services were held yesterday First Church of Hod in Christ. Hue-sl speaker for the morning
colonel. Two of hi* sons. David master's degree from Vtllanova Catholic High School. at Memorial Funeral Home in Ux-ated in Newark service is his brother, Kev.
and Joshua, are now pilots in 1'iuversity while he was in Surviving are her parents. Fanwood. Burial was in Fairview l\»rter holds a doctor of divinity Nathaniel Porter, pastor of the
the Navy. charge of the Naval KOTC pro- Barry Williams and Judith Cemetery. West field. degree from Trinity Hall Memorial Church ol'liori in Christ,
In Alameda. a suburb in the gram at that school He held a LoPrete Williams of Scotch Memorial donations may be University in Springfield. 111. The Iwated in Havortbrd. l*a. IJuest
San Francisco Bay urea, Mr bachelor's degree from Set on Plains; two sisters, Laura of sent to Plainfield Area Humane Jersey City native earned bache- s|ieaker for the afternoon service is
Appezzato was elected to theHall University. Fan wood and Susan of Scotch Society, 75 Rock Ave.. IMainftelri, lor's and master's degrees fnnn Rev. Donald Hilliard, piistor of the
City Council in 1992 and Also surviving are his wife of Plains; her grandmother, Shirley NJ 0706a. New York University. Cathedral Second Baptist Church
became mayor in 1994 When a 34 years, Marilyn: another sim. A past president of the Scotch in IVrth AmUiy.
naval air station and naval Jason at home: his twin broth-
supply depot were closed in his er, John of Scutch Plains, and a
first term he helped with the sister, Teresa Lev of South
conversion of the Alameda Bound Brook.
economy to one based on high-
More Obituaries On B-2 Oak Knoll
A memorial service was held
tech and white-collar employ- Sept, 21 in Alameda Point
ment. aboard the I'SS Hornet, an air- Seluiol o\ tin- Holv Child
The Alnmeila mayor served craft carritT on which Mr.
on many Bay Area boards deal- Appezzato was stationed in his Moonglowers have Atlantic City gig
ing with land use, housing and Marine career. SCOTCH PLAINS — A local Dave DeMair, Mike
transportation issues. He was Memorial donations may be j / . band is booked to play in David Koces and Aurpon Mitni.
in a November runoff for a .seat sent to Alameda Meals on Atlantic City this month The bnnd is under the direction
on the Alamedii County Board Wheels. all) Willow St.. The Moonglowers are sched- of Viniiie Turturiello, a fine nrts
of Supervisors. Alameda, CA 94">01; Children's uled to play Wednesday, Oct. 2!) tutpervisor at SPFHS, with assis- Kc\sptvtful ,- t
Before going into political Hospital Branch Inc.. Attn: at Convention Hull as part of the tance from Tom Hardy and
Credit Branch Garden. 717 New Jersey School Boards Durand Thomas. Confident
52nd St.. Room 201). Oakland, Association Convention This Rehearsals are held weekday 1 ninusuistk" r\
Thrift Shop specials: CA 94609; Alameda Boy Scout quintet is entirely of student mornings before eluss In'gins.
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