A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES Thursday, January 12, 2012 Page 15
Jeannette Dietze, 84, Active In Church,
Hospice, Auxiliary, Democratic Club – Obituaries – Norman Kantor, 84, Was Resident
Of Westfield For 45 Years
Jeannette Helen Bramley Dietze, Surviving are her sons, William B.
84, of Scotch Plains died on Friday, Dietze and his wife, Wilma, and Rob-
Nancy Olsen Schmidt, 78, Was Beloved Norman Kantor, 84, passed away cial success; they were much richer
on Friday, January 6, in New York goals and, by example, he taught us
January 6, 2012, at Morristown Me- ert C. Dietze and his wife, Catherine;
morial Hospital. her daughters, Kathryn Johdos and
Teacher and Principal; Active In Shows City. all. He saw everyone as a friend and
Born and raised in Plainfield, N.J. treated everyone with dignity, respect
Born in Newark, she was her husband, Frank, and Judy Nancy Olsen Schmidt, 78, passed forever by all those who knew her. to Abraham and Rose Kantor, he and empathy. Each person he met was
raised in Maplewood and Miller and her husband, away peacefully at Overlook Medi- In a farewell to her beloved work graduated from important to him, and if they
lived most of her adult life Bruce; seven grandchildren cal Center in Summit on Sunday, she sent the following summary to Plainfield High School had time to listen, he had a
in Scotch Plains. and two great-grandchildren. January 8, 2012, after a long illness. the board of education in the spring in ’43 and Cornell Uni- story for them – sometimes
Mrs. Dietze was a long- Funeral services were held She was born in Perth Amboy, N.J. of 1992: versity in ’47. He also even if they didn’t have time
time member of the yesterday, Wednesday, Janu- on March 8, 1933, the only child of T. It’s time to retire… played football (QB) at to listen. Optimism was his
Fanwood Presbyterian ary 11, at the Fanwood Pres- Christian Olsen and Pauline Keak, When…you would prefer reading Georgia Tech for a year religion. He taught us life
Church, served as a volun- byterian Church. Interment and lived in “Gone with the Wind,” during ROTC in ’45 (not was a wonderful gift and
teer with Center for Hope followed at Hollywood Me- Woodbridge, N.J. dur- instead of marking papers, the Bulldogs’ best year). each day was another chance
Hospice in Scotch Plains morial Park in Union. ing her formative years. When…you would like He was a longtime resi- to do good and enjoy it. He
and was an avid member of Arrangements were by the Nancy attended to vacation in Arizona in dent of Westfield, N.J. put family and friends first
the Scotch Plains Demo- Memorial Funeral Home, Woodbridge High October rather than in and New York City. and as everyone he met
cratic Club and the Board Jeannette Dietze 155 South Avenue in School, followed by July, He is predeceased by quickly became his friend,
of Elections. Fanwood. Trenton State College. When…the next school his wife of 42 years, his life was busy and full
She also was a member and past In lieu of flowers, donations may She graduated in 1954 year begins before Labor Margaretha “Toetie;” his until his last months.
president of the American Legion, be made to Center for Hope Hospice, with a Bachelor of Sci- Day, brother, Marvin, and two Norman Kantor Norm also was gifted with
Martin Wallberg Post No. 3 Auxil- 1900 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains, ence in Education and When…the shelf in sisters, Miriam and Leonore. He is many passions and talents. A jack-of-
iary in Westfield. N.J. 07076. For additional informa- began her student your closet is overflow- survived by his two children, Steven all-trades, he was an accomplished
She was predeceased by her hus- tion or to sign the guestbook, visit teaching in the ing with gifts marked Kantor (who resides with his wife, fine artist and sculptor, a film pro-
band of 52 years, William C. Dietze, www.fanwoodmemorial.com. Westfield school sys- “Teacher,” Jane, in New York City) and Clarissa ducer (Pretty Boy Floyd, Black Like
and her four-legged companion, Wil- January 12, 2012 tem in January of the When…you would like Taylor (who resides with her hus- Me) and a great writer who never
liam “Willie” Grant. same year. to explore new horizons band, BJ, in Westfield). He also is published. He had a great love for and
She became a full- Nancy O. Schmidt while you still have the survived by his four grandchildren – knowledge of tennis and Shakespeare.
Eleanor M. Pfaff, 87, Music Supervisor; time third-grade teacher at Franklin energy,
Elementary School later in 1954. In When…you’ve been in the field of
who he adored – Chloe, Caroline, He was a memorable dancer (crazy
Ben and Jack, as well as his devoted legs) but not a great singer, although
Was Active Parishioner and Opera Fan 1963 she was promoted to assistant education for 38 years, friend of recent years, Andrea Berger. that never stopped him.
principal of Franklin School and the And so…I have decided to retire at In 1960, Norm took over United He was truly one of those rare
Eleanor M. Pfaff, 87, of Westfield J. Pfaff, and his wife, Rosalie, and her following year became the principal the end of this school year. Supply Co. from his father and grew people who lived his life the way we
passed away peacefully on Sunday, sister, Elizabeth Tammaro. She also of Grant School. During these busy Signed: Nancy it into the largest family-owned HVAC all hope to, but rarely do – with un-
January 8, 2012, surrounded by her will be deeply missed by her nieces times she found time to earn a Master Although she grew up in and plumbing supply house in New stoppable optimism, an undeniably
loving family. and nephews, James and Nancy of Science in Education from Rutgers Woodbridge, her heart and soul will Jersey. Known nationally through- warm smile and happy laughter
Miss Pfaff was a lifelong Westfield Tammaro, Richard and Cindy University in 1964. After four years forever reside in Westfield and with out the industry as a great innovator, through thick and thin. This was his
resident who was an active parishioner Tammaro, Joan and Dave Boykin, at Grant School, she became princi- the school children of Westfield. Norm introduced the first retail gift to us all.
of the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Jean and Tom Creissen, Mary Frances pal of Lincoln School for three years. Her many spare time activities in- plumbing showrooms, Kitchen and We love you, Dad.
Church in Westfield. She was a mem- Hinckley and Ben Cardamone, Ken- The highlight of her career was when cluded membership in the Short Hills BathWorks, in 1982. The company is The family will receive condolence
ber of the church’s Rosary Altar Soci- neth and Carol Pfaff, Douglas Pfaff, she was chosen to become principal Outing Club, where she met her me- celebrating 100 years of success and calls this evening, January 12, at their
ety, Eucharistic Ministers, senior citi- Merryl and Byron DeMott and Rob- of Wilson Elementary School for nine chanical engineer husband, a new ar- continues to be owned and run by the home in Westfield. Please e-mail
zens’ group, Court Trinity No. 337 and ert and Erin Pfaff, along with many years (1971-1980). rival from Hungary via England. They family – an accomplishment in which email@example.com for details.
the Catholic Daughters of America. grand-nieces and nephews. At this moment of her life, she were married in 1975. Her husband, he took great pride. January 12, 2012
Eleanor was a graduate of Trenton A Mass of Christian Burial was decided to change pace and pursue Bela, was an avid sailor and they spent But his priorities were never finan-
State Teachers College and was su- celebrated yesterday, Wednesday, her original love of teaching children many happy days on our East Coast
pervisor of music with the Chatham
school system for many years before
January 11, at the Holy Trinity Church
in Westfield. Interment followed at
again. She went back to the class- and in the Caribbean. She enjoyed
rooms at Washington Elementary travel and with her husband made
Dorothy Oldfield, 98, Former Teacher;
retiring several years ago. She also
was an active member of the NEA
St. Mary Cemetery in Plainfield.
Arrangements were by the Dooley
School in 1980 and taught there until many trips to Europe, South America
her retirement in 1992. and Australia. She also enjoyed paint-
Dedicated to Family and Community
and loved the opera and attending Colonial Home, 556 Westfield Av- Nancy always had an interest in ing and was a great cook and hostess Dorothy Prince Oldfield, 98, of player and reader. Dorothy moved
events at the Paper Mill Playhouse. enue in Westfield. writing and participating in stage pro- for many dinner parties at home. Chelmsford, Mass., formerly of to Chelmsford in 2010. She will be
Her parents, Arthur and Mae, and In lieu of flowers, please have ductions. While still a teenager in She leaves behind a loving hus- Westfield, N.J., passed away on Sun- dearly missed by all who knew her.
her brother, Arthur, predeceased her. masses said in Eleanor’s memory. Woodbridge and also after college, band and cousins Karen Warner day, January 1, 2012, at her home. Her husband, George S. Oldfield,
January 12, 2012 Dorothy was born in predeceased her.
Surviving are her brother, Robert she was active in the playgroup of the Bahrenburg, Glenn Warner, Ellen
Trinity Episcopalian Church. Later, Keak, Judith Keak Okeefe, Diana Lawrenceville, Va. to the late Hinton She leaves her two sons, George
when she was principal of Grant Kyak King and Ted Kyak. Douglas and Leola (Hill) Prince. S. Oldfield and his wife, My-Hanh,
IN SESSION School, she participated in the PTA Visitation will be held on Saturday,
shows that became a hallmark event January 14, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8
She was graduated from the College
of William and Mary, where she met
of Williamsburg, Va. and Douglas P.
Oldfield and his wife, Christine, of
every February since then. p.m. at Higgins and Bonner Echo her husband, George. After gradua- Westford, Mass.; a daughter,
Forgiveness Sets Us Free In the 1980s, while at Washington Lake Funeral Home, 582 Springfield
School, she wrote several musicals, Avenue in Westfield. A brief service
tion, she taught high school English
before her marriage.
Rebecca Moore of Berkeley, Calif.;
a sister, Leola Carr of Suffolk, Va.;
From Pain of the Past five of which were staged at Roosevelt will be held at about 7 p.m. on Satur-
School as part of the annual PTA day at the funeral home. Cremation
After marriage, Dorothy lived in
New Jersey and dedicated her life to
four grandchildren, Sarah and Alex
of Massachusetts and Molly and
shows held in early February every will be private. her family. She was active in her Julia of California, and five great-
year. She wrote the text, incorporat- A memorial service is planned for community, and was an avid bridge grandchildren.
By Carol Pedro, Exec. Dir. Youth & Family Counseling Service A graveside service was held on
ing original ideas, selected the musi- Saturday, January 28, 2012, at 11
cal numbers and sometimes took part a.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Friday, January 6, at Fairview Cem-
Making New Year’s resolutions is forgiveness, you give the offending in directing the shows. All shows Westfield, followed by burial in the Prayer to etery in Westfield.
a long-standing tradition. The idea of person the ability to continue to hurt were well-received and the resulting Garth. The Blessed Virgin Donations in lieu of flowers may be
resolutions began as far back as the you. Remember, the person doing success gave her an immense satis- In lieu of flowers, donations may (Never known to fail) made to the College of William and
ancient Romans, who would seek the forgiving is the one who benefits. faction and cash for the benefit of be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Oh most beautiful Flower of Mary, Office of Gift Planning, P.O.
forgiveness from their enemies at the Realize you are not a doormat or a students of her school. Church in Westfield. Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Box 8795, Williamsburg, Va. 23187.
beginning of the year. Sometimes fool to forgive. In fact, it never is Nancy was well respected and She will live in our hearts forever! Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Arrangements are by Gray Fu-
resolutions are about “closing the okay to tolerate the wrongdoing be- loved by her colleagues, students and January 12, 2012
Mother of the Son of God, Im- neral Home of Westfield,
door” on the past or “starting with a havior. Never put yourself back into parents. They chose her to receive the maculate Virgin, assist me in my grayfuneralhomes.com.
clean slate.” In other words, letting a situation where someone can Governor’s Teacher Recognition January 12, 2012
go…forgiving so we can ultimately wrongly hurt you again. Award in 1990. Her leadership quali- Library to Resume necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help
Joseph A. Hirsch
me! Show me herein you are my
accept and move on. Sometimes journaling your feel- ties, positive attitude and boundless Folk Music Café mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of
Q. Laura is a divorced mother of Saturday, December 31, 2011, was
ings will help, or writing a letter you energy inspired many of her students, God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, the last day of life for Joseph A.
two children in her late 30s. Therapy will never send to the offender to fellow teachers and parents. She had MOUNTAINSIDE – The
Mountainside Public Library, located I humbly beseech you from the Hirsch.
began for her during a volatile mar- signify that you are moving on. Don’t an outstanding and productive life, on Constitution Plaza, will resume its bottom of my heart to succor me in
riage of emotional abuse, infidelity He was born May 9, 1919 to Mar-
forget the experience…love yourself only to be admired and remembered this necessity. There are none who garet and Adam Hirsch, and grew up
and betrayal of trust. Laura has been enough to learn to keep healthy Folk Music Café on Thursday, Janu-
SHERIFF’S SALE ary 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The can withstand your power. Show with his family in Cranford, N.J. He
encouraged to grieve, but now ex- boundaries and not to allow anyone me herein you are my mother. Oh
plores the process of forgiveness to emcee and featured guest performer was a supply sergeant in the Army
to mistreat you. Make a list of all the SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-11006288
Mary, conceived without sin, pray during World War II and was a long-
help her accept and move on. She positives of moving on and forgiv- SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY will be award-winning folk artist
CHANCERY DIVISION for us who have recourse to thee.
shares, “I don’t know how to UNION COUNTY Spook Handy, known for his warm- time member of the Knights of Co-
ing, such as starting over, peace of Holy Mother, I place this cause in lumbus and the American Legion.
forgive…it’s so unfair and I have a mind, closure and positive energy.
DOCKET NO. F-40504-09
DOCKET NO. F-40517-09
hearted stories as well as his music.
Plaintiff: JACK SILVERMAN REALTY & The second guest performer will be your hands (3x). Joseph suffered from Parkinson’s
right to be angry.” No one lives a life where there is no MORTGAGE CO., L.L.C. Holy Spirit, You who solve all
A. It is important to first realize VS. Christine DeLeon, known for her disease and he died at Runnells Spe-
reason to forgive, but the best reason problems, light all roads so that I cialized Hospital in New Jersey. Jo-
that forgiving isn’t about fairness. In of all is you! So Happy 2012, and
Defendant: VICTOR MONDELLI AND ANNA
MONDELLI; VICTOR MONDELLI AND STATE
large repertoire of nostalgic tunes.
OF NEW JERSEY The Folk Music Café is sponsored may attain my goal. You who gave seph loved Harry James, history and
fact, it seems unfair. But, the reality is move on! Sale Date: 02/01/2012 me the divine gift to forgive and
that forgiving is the only way to be Writ of Execution: 11/30/2011 by a grant from the Watts- a cold beer. During his life, he saved
As Desmond Tutu states, “there is forget all evil against me and that in several people, including persons in
fair to yourself. Understand, without no future without forgiveness.”
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution
to me directed I shall expose for sale by public
Mountainside Community Founda-
vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRA- tion. Admission will be free. Besides all instances in my life You are with a car accident and wandering pa-
TION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETH- me. I want in this short prayer to
live music, there will be fresh coffee, tients from a nearby rest home.
‘The Cosmopolitans’ Author TOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on
WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of
said day. All successful bidders must have 20%
of their bid available in cash or certified check at
tea and desserts. For more informa-
tion about library services and pro-
thank You as I confirm once again
that I never want to be separated
He is survived by his daughter,
Patricia, her husband, Michael, and
the conclusion of the sales. from You in eternal glory. Thank
grams, visit mountainsidelibrary.org his two grandsons, John and Richard.
To Speak at JCC January 18 The judgment amount is: ***One Million Fifty-
One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-Two***
This concise statement does not constitute a
or call (908) 233-0115. you for your mercy towards me
and mine. Amen.
His wife wishes to remain private.
Donations can be made in his honor
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Jewish One Jewish Community” on Wednes- full legal description. The full legal description Say this prayer on three con-
can be found in the office of the Register/Clerk of SHERIFF’S SALE to any service veterans’ organization.
Community Center (JCC) of Central day, January 18, at 7:30 p.m. The pro- Union County. secutive days. Publish this prayer Private services were held at the
TRACT I: Commonly known as 240 Spring- SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-11006167
New Jersey will present “One Book, gram will be held at the JCC, located at field Avenue, Berkekey Heights, New Jersey SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY after the favor is granted. Dooley Colonial Funeral Home of
1391 Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains. 07922 Zip Code. Also known as Lot 00023 in CHANCERY DIVISION K.G.
Block 00801 on the Tax Map of Berkeley Heights, UNION COUNTY Westfield.
SHERIFF’S SALE “One Book, One Jewish Commu- New Jersey. DOCKET NO. F-32067-10 January 12, 2012
TRACT II: 260-264 Springfield Avenue, Plaintiff: C. SCOTT SCHOENIG
SHERIFF’S FILE NO.: CH-11006289 nity” is part of a national movement Berkekey Heights, New Jersey 07922 Zip Code. VS.
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY that encourages groups and indi- Also known as Lot 00024 in Block 00801 on the Defendant: LILLIAN DUDA, INDIVIDUALLY
CHANCERY DIVISION Tax Map of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. AND AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE
viduals to read the same book and
Gray Funeral Homes
UNION COUNTY Dimensions of Lot: Approximately 2.16 acres OF KENNETH DUDA, 25 SOUTH AVENUE,
DOCKET NO. F-19798-09 Number of feet to nearest cross street: Ap- LLC., SHIPYARD ASSETS CORP., A NEW JER-
Plaintiff: U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA- then come together to share insights proximately 338 feet westerly from Briarwood SEY CORPORATION
TION, AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE and perspectives. Its goals are to Drive. Sale Date: 01/18/2012
SECURITIZATION SERVICING AGREEMENT Subject to any unpaid taxes, water and sewer Writ of Execution: 11/17/2011
DATED AS OF AUGUST !, 2005 MORTGAGE foster a joy of reading while sup- charges and liens. You must check with the Tax By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution
PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES Collector for exact amounts due. Subject to all to me directed I shall expose for sale by public
2005-HE3 porting Jewish identity and practice. prior matters and liens. Subject to lawful ad- vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRA- Since 1897
VS. The year’s selected novel is “The vances made by Plaintiff prior to this sale. Prior TION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETH-
Defendant: EUCLIDES CACOILO AND MARIA Mortgages and Judgements, if any. TOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on
CACOILO, HIS WIFE Cosmopolitans” by Nadia Kalman, In addition to a Mortgage in the principal amount WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of
Sale Date: 02/01/2012 of $650,000.00 held by Jack Silverman Realty & said day. All successful bidders must have 20%
Writ of Execution: 09/14/2010 who will be the featured guest speaker Mortgage Co., LLC, these Properties are subject of their bid available in cash or certified check at
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution at the event. “The Cosmopolitans” is to the Ground Lease Contract dated May 16, the conclusion of the sales.
to me directed I shall expose for sale by public 2007 and recorded August 28, 2007 in Deed The judgment amount is: ***Eight Hindred
vendue, at the UNION COUNTY ADMINISTRA- Ms. Kalman’s debut novel and a Sami Book 5669 at page 549, along with any amend- Fourteen Thousand Sixty-Nine*** $814,069.00.
TION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZABETH- ments or supplements thereto. Properties are The property to be sold is located in the Bor-
TOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, New Jersey on Rohr Prize finalist. The Sami Rohr further subject to any other leases recorded or ough of Fanwood in the County of Union and the
WEDNESDAY, at two o’clock in the afternoon of Prize is for contemporary writers who unrecorded, and rights of tenants in said pre- State of New Jersey.
said day. All successful bidders must have 20% mises. Premises commonly known as: 27 South Av-
of their bid available in cash or certified check at explore and share Jewish values. The approximate amount of the judgement to enue
the conclusion of the sales. be satisfied by said sale is $650,000.00 plus Tax Lot #: 4 in Block # 55.
The judgment amount is: ***Five Hundred “The Cosmopolitans” is a new ad- $432,704.00 interest, and $127,521.00 in tax Dimensions of Lot (Approximately): 195 x 100.
Twenty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty- dition to the trend of post-commu- and insurance advances and $15,440.00 costs Nearest Cross Street: Terrill Road
Two and 57/100*** $529,822.57. and fees for a total of $1,225,665.00, with inter- The property to be sold is located in the Bor-
Municipality: Borough of New Providence nist Soviet Jewish immigrants writ- est and costs of this sale. ough of Roselle Park in the County of Union and
Street Address: 36 High Street, New Provi- Rider “A” the State of New Jersey.
dence, New Jersey 07974 ing about the immigrant experience. Name of Secured Party: Carluccio Builders Premises commonly known as: 600-610 West
Tax Lot: 12 This novel centers on the Molochnik LLC, Current amount due: $20,000.00. Westfield Avenue. Begun in 1876 by William Gray, in Cranford and later Incorporated in
Tax Block: 220 Name of Secured Party: John Circello, Cur- Tax Lot #: 2.01 in Block # 212.
Approximate dimensions: 75 feet x 160 feet family, Ukrainian Jewish émigrés rent amount due: $24,428.80. Dimensions of Lot (Approximately): 172 x 324. 1897 as the Gray Burial & Cremation Company.
Nearest cross street: South Street Total $44,428.80 Nearest Cross Street: Valley Road Today, known by many simply as Gray’s. We continue to provide the
Total Upset: ***Five Hundred Seventy-Eight living in Stamford, Conn. It can be Total Upset: ***One Million Seventy-Eight Total Upset: ***Eight Hundred Twenty-Seven
Thousand One Hundred Six and 07/100*** purchased at a reduced rate of $15 at Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty-Two and 37/ Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-Three and 31/ personal service that began with Mr. Gray, whether it be for burial or
$578,106.07 together with lawful interest and 100*** $1,078,832.37 together with lawful inter- 100*** $827,623.31 together with lawful interest
costs. the JCC Member Services Desk and est and costs. and costs. cremation.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfac- Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfac- Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfac-
tion of the mortgage debt, including costs and also is available at local libraries. tion of the mortgage debt, including costs and tion of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money, the This event will be open to the pub- expenses, there remains any surplus money, the expenses, there remains any surplus money, the Gray Funeral Home Gray Memorial Funeral Home
money will be deposited into the Superior Court money will be deposited into the Superior Court money will be deposited into the Superior Court
Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, lic; book groups and individuals are Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, 318 East Broad St. 12 Springfield Ave.
or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to
Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature all welcome. Admission will be $18 Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature Westfield, NJ 07090 Cranford, NJ 07016
and extent of that person’s claim and asking for per person, and tickets can be pur- and extent of that person’s claim and asking for and extent of that person’s claim and asking for William A. Doyle Mgr. Dale R. Schoustra Mgr.
an order directing payment of the surplus money. an order directing payment of the surplus money. an order directing payment of the surplus money.
The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale chased online at jccnj.org or in per- The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale NJ Lic. Number 2325 NJ Lic. Number 3707
will have information regarding the surplus, if will have information regarding the surplus, if will have information regarding the surplus, if
any. son at the JCC. For more informa- any. any. (908)-233-0143 (908)-276-0092
There is a full legal description on file in the tion, visit jccnj.org/onebook.html. There is a full legal description on file in the There is a full legal description on file in the
Union County Sheriff’s Office. Union County Sheriff’s Office. Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this Anyone with questions about the The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this
sale for any length of time without further adver-
event is asked to contact Amy Warsh, sale for any length of time without further adver- sale for any length of time without further adver- John-Michael “J.M.” Jones
tisement. tisement. tisement.
Cultural Arts and Education director, Ralph Froehlich
N.J. Lic. #4869
Attorney: at (908) 889-8800, extension no. 205, Attorney: Attorney: Director
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