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									OCTOPE* 12, 2007                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A-7

      Daniel A. Menichella                                                                               OBITUARIES                                                         James J. Donelan
   Daniel A. Menichella, wife, Mary Ann Lake
66, died on Oct. 5 at his Menichella; his daughter,
borne in Scotch Plains. Danielle Allen and her
                                                                                               Kathryn Monte               James J. Donelan, retired Veterans Association Post
                                                                                                                        Army captain, of Roselle 688, Westfield, the Northern
                                                                                                                        died at home on Oct. 6. Born New Jersey chapter of
                                                           Kathryn Monte (O'Connor)
Born in Staten Island, Mr. husband William; two sis- died on Oct. 9 in Scotch Plains.   g              and IHBtfT. and
                                                                                                                        in    Elizabeth,    Captain Military Officers Association
Menichella     lived in ters, Grace Acquafredda She was 75.                             will be dearly missed by all.   Donelan movedtoRoselle 36 of        America,        Army
Staten Island before mov- and Patricia Brennan; his                                         Mrs. Monte is survived by
ing to Scotch Plains 31 granddaughter,                     Born in Goshen, N.Y., Mm                                            ago. He was a gradu-
                                                                                        her two sons, Ralph Monte yearsof Bender Memorial Transportation Association,
years ago.
                                               Danica Monte lived in Rahway for 30      and his wife, Barbara, and ate                               Vietnam, Thailand, Laos
                           Allen, and many nieces yean before moving to Santa           Ttinmas Monte and his wife, Academy,          Seton     Hall and Cambodia Brotherhood,
   He was employed in the and nephews.                 Barbara, Calif,fcrthe past 20                                                   School and
                                                                                        Tbby; one daughter, Teresa Preparatory University, and and              the        Army
textile industry for the In lieu of flowers, dona- years. She was a hotnemaker.                                                 Hall
                                                                                        Hamel and her husband, Seton member of Seton Hall Transportation                Museum
past 45 years, recently tions may be made to St. Mrs. Monte was very active as          Peter; three brothers, Edward was a                          Foundation. He was also a
retired as vice president Jude Children's Research a volunteer at the Hillside          OConnor, Eugene OConnor Penning Rifles Fraternity. member of the Order of the
of Raytex Travis. Earlier, Hospital, 501 St. Jude PI., House in Santa Barbara,          and Robert OConnor, and He received his master's Sons of Italy, treasurer of the
he    had worked for Memphis, Tenn. 38105 Calif, as a senior companion                  seven grandchildren, Alison, degree in political science Roselle              Republican
Greenwood Mills, Springs ( or thewith the Foster Grandparent             David, Jacob, Christina, from William and Mary Committee for 10 years, past
Industries and Joshua L. American Cancer Society, Senior Companion Program,             Daniel, Jessica and Isaiah.     University in Virginia. chairman for 12 years of the
Bailey, Inc.               P.O. Box 815, Elizabeth, where she was recognized in
                                                                                                                                 after 10 years of
                                                                                            In lieu of flowers, make Retired in the United States Roselle Planning Board and
   He is survived by hisNJ 07207.                      2OO2 as the Stellar Volunteer    contributions to the Center forArmy, Captain Donelan the             Union        County
                                                       of the Year.                     Hope Hospice, 1900 Raritan                                   Transportation       Board.
                                                           She was a loving mother,     Rd , Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076. served two tours of duty in Captain Donelan was the
                                      Gleicher                                                 Vita J. DAloisio
                                                                                                                        Vietnam. He was a recipient beloved husband of Andrea
                                                                                                                        of the Bronze Star, Purple DePaola for 26 years; devot-
                                                                                                                        Heart, Vietnam Campaign
                                                                                                                        Medal, Vietnam Service ed father of Union; son of
    Lillian     (Greenberg) Brith Women of Essex                                                                                                                 of Melissa E.
 Gleicher, 95, of Hollywood, County.                         Vita J. DAloisio, 83, of Grancenturions of Clark.                                       Maniscalco
                                                                                                                        Medal, Vietnam and Army the late Joseph P. and Mary
 Fla., died on Oct. 6 at        Surviving are her chil- Toms River passed away on           She i s survived by her Commendation             Medal, E. (Sheil) Donelan; dear
 home.                       dren, Anita Kirschner and Oct. 6 at home.                  husband,       Anthony T.
    Mrs. Gleicher resided in Charles Chick Gleicher;         Born in Elizabeth, Mrs. DAloisio; son and daughter- National Defense Service nephew of Bridget Sheil of
                                                           DAloisio resided in Fanwood in-law, Thomas Anthony and Medal, and an Outstanding North Palm Beach, Fla., and
 Brooklyn, N.Y., Irvington her grandchildren, Michael and Boynton Beach, Fla., Fran DAloisio of Scotch Service                        Award      as Bridie      Donelan       of
 and Maplewood before and his wife, Julie, Lisa before moving to Toms River Plains and her daughter and Commander of the 572Roscommon, Ireland. He
moving to Florida 20 years and her husband, Doug, two years ago. Mrs. DAloisio son-in-law, Janet and Lou Transportation Company. was also survived by many
ago. She and her late hus- Linda and Wendy. She isworked with her husband in Skamagkas of Toms River; During his 10 years of serv- dear cousins. He was prede-
band, Moe, owned and also survived by her great- their               own business, four grandchildren, Nicole ice, Captain Donelan was a ceased by his best friend,
operated           Gleicher grandchildren,         Emily, Clarktown Cleaners in Clark, and John Croce, Kristy military instructor at Fort Michael Fumero. In lieu of
Manufacturing in Scotch Paige, Sam, Lily, Natasha for 39 years before retiring 25 Parise, Dori DAloisio and Dix and served for two years flowers, donations in his
Plains, a tape and velcro and Michael.                    years ago. She was a member Lauren DAloisio; and three in Germany. He was a mem- memory to Center for Hope
converting company, for 40      Memorial donations in of St. Luke's Church, Toms great-grandchildren, Alexis, ber of the American Legion Hospice, 19O0 Raritan Road,
years. She retired in 1984. Lillians memory may beRiver,                 and      the Jake and Luke Croce.              Post 3, Westfield, V.F.W. Scotch Plains, N.J. 07O76, or
Mrs. Gleicher was a mem- made to Vitas Health Care,                                                                     Bayleaf Post 6807, Garwood, People for Animals, 401
ber of the Irvington chap- 5420 N.W 33rd Ave., Fort
ter of Hadassah and Bnai Lauderdale, Fla. 33309.
                                                                                                Oliver Jenkins          the    National
                                                                                                                                           Disabled Hillside Ave., Hillside, NJ.
                                                                                                                                           Veterans 07205, would be appreciat-
                                                             Oliver Jenkins, 91, of     Cleaners Club, worked in the Association,          Vietnam ed.
                                                          Roselle died on Sept. 30 at Credit Union, sang in the
            Timothy S. Adams                              home. Born in Haddonfield, Inspirational and Emergency
                                                          Mr. Jenkins lived in Roselle choirs, and was the Senior
                                                          for over 50 years and was a Citizens Honoree in 2004.
    Timothy S. Adams, 52, for        Fairway        Home custodian at the J.J. Williams     Surviving are his wife of
of Scotch Plains died on Improvements in Union.           Company in Cranford for 60 years, Mary E. Jenkins; a
Oct.     3 in Overlook          Surviving are his moth-
Hospital, Summit. Born in er, Veronica; brothers, many years.                           sister, Dorothea Jenkins;
                                                             Mr. Jenkins served in the Godchild,      Faith      Diane                                    Rehabilitation Center
Summit, Tim had been a Mark S. and wife Anne, United States Army during Thompson; nieces, nephews,
lifelong resident of Scotch and Chris A. and wife, World War II and was a mem- other relatives and friends.
Plains.                      Lisa; nephew, Matthew E., ber of St. Johns Baptist             For information or to send
   He was a 1973 graduate and niece and goddaugh- Church in Scotch Plains, condolences, please visit
of t h e Scotch Plains- ter, Nicole B. Tim was pre- where he belonged to the G.L.
Fanwood High School. He deceased by h i s father,
was an avid NASCAR race Edward, in 1975.
fan, a Harley Davidson          In lieu of flowers, dona-
enthusiast, and a collector tions may be made to the
of antique knives, paper ICU-2 Unit, c/o Overlook
and fruit crate labels.      Hospital Foundation, 3 6
   Mr. Adams worked for Upper Overlook Road,                                             SPORTS MEDICINE
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