Rosetta Trani Archer. Her mother widowed and married Antonio Pisani who was the father she knew. Rose passed away suddenly in her home in Monument, Colorado on December 13, after returning home from surgery recuperation. After high school she attended business classes at Rider College in Trenton.
Her real job there however was employee morale as she was always there to give advice and share stories. They enjoyed many happy years travelling the world together. Interesting trinkets she collected along the way could be in a museum — but each one held a cherished memory for her. Special places dear to her heart were in France, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. Upon retirement in , Royal and Rose settled on a small ranch in Westcliffe, Colorado. They enjoyed their horse Skipper and their donkey Molly for many years.
As a result of her world travels, she became an amazing cook and would create the most wonderful international dishes to share with her family and friends. Her fried chicken recipe was frequently requested for picnics. Cuisine and entertaining were her passion. Downsizing from a ranch home to an apartment forced a moving sale that was the same week as the Black Forest Fire. Helping with the moving sale, her Black Forest family who were under evacuation orders were receiving messages from friends who had learned that their homes were lost.
This act of kindness displays how she lived her life. Once in Monument, she enjoyed time by the pool with her great niece and nephew, decorating her apartment, reading her many food magazines and cook books, family dinners and picnics, watching her beloved Yankees never missing a game , cheering on her favorite NASCAR drivers, and shopping trips with special friends. A graveside service will be held next summer upon the interment of her ashes at the Princeton Cemetery in Princeton. She will be laid to rest with her late husband Royal.
A mass celebration of her life will be held at St. Information for that will be made available as soon as it is known. Colleen Hargraves Guimes. Colleen was the youngest daughter of the late Robert and Sybil Hargraves of Princeton.
Highlights of family life included camping trips in the Adirondacks and across the U. The family lived and traveled extensively overseas, spending a year in Germany when Colleen was three; a year in South Africa, where her parents had been born and raised, when she was nine; and in India, where Colleen spent a year in boarding school at the Kodaikanal International School when she was Colleen graduated from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa. She cherished many friends from that time who continued to be vital and loving parts of her life through the years. Happily, she reunited with them at a college reunion in September, rekindling old friendships and reliving wonderful times.
She will be sorely missed by so many. Her professional career began with Princeton Caterers many years ago, and extended to a lifetime of contributions in the food service and hospitality industry with Restaurant Associates and later the Patina Group in New York City. Colleen leaves behind bereaved colleagues, bosses, and friends throughout the industry. She had a remarkable ability to organize and manage events and people in a high-pressure environment, all while remaining cheerful and kind, building extraordinary friendships and loyalties along the way.
Colleen married Andrew Guimes of Bensalem, Pa. She was welcomed into the Guimes family by loving in-laws, Willie and the late Art Guimes, sister-in-law Sue and niece Crosby, and brother-in-law Les. One of the highlights each year was the family trip to Marco Island, Fla. Colleen was a devoted aunt to Crosby, celebrating birthdays and accomplishments, and hosting Crosby when her parents were away.
She will be deeply missed by the extended Guimes family. Colleen was very close to her sisters, Allison and Monica, and their families. Her brother-in-law John Dix will always cherish his close friendship with her. Colleen loved recent family vacations on Lake Huron in Cheboygan, Mich. Colleen had a special relationship with her niece Hillary, who counts Colleen among her best friends. Colleen and her nephew Jack shared a love of movies and enjoyed hanging out together. Colleen loved her niece Isabel and nephew William, and enjoyed being the aunt who spoiled them with treats and many fun outings.
All her nieces and nephews will miss her deeply. In recent years, Colleen and Andrew enjoyed a lovely week with friends and colleagues in Florence, Italy. They shared a life and a home for more than 25 years and were gracious and generous hosts. Good food and gatherings of friends and family were highlights of their life together. Colleen was loved for her generous spirit and big heart.
She had a wonderful ability to enjoy life, while making everyone around her happier. Friends and loved ones are welcome. Harry E. Riddell, 93, of Seminole, Florida passed away peacefully from natural causes on December 8, He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, with high honors.
He also was a founding member and first president of Genesis LTD, a Bermuda-based risk management company created by several major universities. He was preceded in death by wife, Hester W. Riddell, being married for over 59 years. He is survived by his three grateful sons, Paul H. Riddell of Tampa, Florida; David W. Riddell of Paris, France; John E.
Riddell of Quarryville, Pennsylvania; by 10 grandchildren; and by one great-granddaughter. A private family service was held on December 12, with interment in Feasterville, Pennsylvania. David Alan Willard. David Alan Willard, M. Willard, 77, a widely respected and beloved physician, practiced internal medicine and endocrinology in Princeton for more than three decades. David was born on June 3, in Lewiston, Me.
David is predeceased by his parents and his brother, John Jay Willard, Jr. Willard grew up in Bethel Me. He was a devoted member of the Princeton University Class of and his love of Princeton football and basketball endured throughout his life. Air Force in Grand Forks, N. After a brief endocrinology fellowship at the University Hospital in Boston he settled into his private practice. He founded one of the first Independent Practice Associations, oversaw pharmaceutical studies for Bristol Meyers Squibb, and served as a consultant at the North Princeton Developmental Center.
In the s, he traveled to Russia as a physician in an American clinic. For more than two decades he served as graduate chairman for Terrace Club, at Princeton University and was instrumental in many capital improvements made there. He passed away from complications of the disease. Wayne Franklin Storie, Gouverneur, N. Born June 5, to Earl F.
Wayne grew up in upstate New York and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and woodworking. He loved being on or near the water, including the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River. He was educated in Antwerp and Philadelphia, N. Navy and served on board the USS Oglethorpe. He was a proud member of the Antwerp American Legion Post Wayne started working for St. Joe Mineral Corp in Belmont, N. In he met his lifetime love, Sina. They were married in and shared 43 years of married life.
God blessed them with a son, Wayne Steven in Wayne worked shortly in real estate before joining McLean Engineering as a machinist. He was promoted to supervisor of their subsidiary, Zero Corporation. Wayne loved the great outdoors, making clocks, collecting handguns, and most especially he loved and cherished his precious grandchildren; Isabella Christina, 12 and Jack Anthony, 7. He leaves behind many friends and family whom he enjoyed so much. The funeral will be held at 10 a. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a. Calling hours will be held Friday, December 18, from 6 to 9 p.
Aminta Marks died peacefully on December 9, in Princeton. She was 91 years old. In she graduated from Wilson College with a BS in biology and religion. Aminta and John married July 21, , and soon after, left for Basel, Switzerland, where Aminta picked up conversational German and studied painting, while John completed his doctorate.
The following year they returned to Princeton, where with the exception of two sabbatical years in Jerusalem and Jordan, they would spend the rest of their lives. Starting in , the family relocated each summer to Grindstone Island on the St. There, Aminta enjoyed swimming, gardening, painting, and writing. Through her painting, poetry, and later, her weekly column in the local newspaper, The Thousand Island Sun, she chronicled life on Grindstone Island. Aminta enjoyed people: their stories, their manners, their lives. Whether in Princeton or on Grindstone, Aminta opened her house to all, always offering tea and cookies.
Her legacy is her unyielding love for her family and care for the world. Unaffected and dignified in their life together, they exemplified compassion and decency. Sadly, her husband John died in On January 9, at 11 a.
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In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to Princeton Theological Seminary, P. Box , Princeton, NJ Elaine Cooke. Elaine Cooke, 88, peacefully passed away at her home in Princeton on Monday, December 14, Married in , she taught school in Port Jefferson, New York, prior to their moving to Princeton in As a Docent for 23 years at the Princeton University Art Museum, she conducted tours and worked with school children on Saturday morning programs. Cruises, sailing or skiing with the family, gardening or swimming at the YWCA gave her great pleasure.
The funeral will be held Friday, December 18, at 11 a. Calling hours will be held Thursday, December 17, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Pat grew up in Pennington and went to The Pennington School. He graduated from Rutgers University in and went into the Navy where he served as a gunnery officer during the Korean War. He returned to Pennington in to work at Howe Nurseries with his father and grandfather. The business closed in and Pat started a whole new career in computers. Other than his family, the most important thing to him was Alcoholics Anonymous.
He was sober for 42 years, went to meetings, sponsored people, and was a sponsee. A memorial service will be held January 9, at 2 p. Reception to follow in Pierce Hall. Hugh B. Johnston, 85, of Princeton, died August 18, He was born in Pittsburgh, Pa. Moving to New York in the mids, he pursued his interests in writing and photography, and worked at Industrial Design magazine along with his future wife Suzanne Burrey Johnston.
After marriage in , they moved to Princeton and worked for On Film, Inc. In , Hugh and Suzanne formed their own company and proceeded to make more than 60 films. Many of the films involved travel, and whenever possible, Hugh and Suzanne brought their children Huguette, Claire, and Frances along believing in the importance of exposure to a variety of cultures. Hugh and Suzanne were great storytellers, with Hugh focusing on photography and editing. Many of their films focused on children and education. Hey , Cow was part of the first episode of Sesame Street Included on the discovery and filmmaking team was Gillett Griffin, curator of pre-Columbian Art at Princeton University.
He became a lifelong friend. The film, Sculpture in the Open , commissioned by Princeton University in the early s, covered the installation of outdoor sculptures on the Princeton campus. The film covers the installation of significant works by Calder, Moore, Nevelson, Lipchitz, and Picasso. The Pueblo Presence , another one-hour PBS special, features ceremonies, pilgrimages, and pottery making of the Pueblo tribes in the U.
In the community, Hugh was involved in a number of media-related activities over the years. He was an active participant in the creation of Princeton Community Television, the public access cable station. He enjoyed screening his films in the community and at home for his friends. He was dedicated to his family, loved to travel, and made friends easily.
Hugh was predeceased by his dear wife and artistic collaborator Suzanne B. Johnston in Francis Hospital, Trenton. Loretta was born in Trenton to Robert and Louise Lenox. They moved to Kingston when she was a child and she graduated from Princeton High School. They married and built their home in Princeton where they lived until their respective deaths.
Loretta loved her gardens and her greenhouse. She was also an avid animal lover, known to rescue many abandoned cats and dogs.
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Funeral arrangements are private. Caitlin McPhaden. Born in Princeton, Caitlin was an 8-year resident of Miami and formerly of Princeton. Caitlin is a graduate of Princeton Day School and the University of Miami with her degree in marine biology. She was working in the Miami Beach area for several years. She loved the ocean both in Miami and on Long Beach Island. She worked with animals, mostly rescue and she worked extensively in Louisiana during the oil spill, cleaning and caring for all the land and sea creatures.
She is survived by her grandmothers Irene Rostine and Lois Lechner. Interment will follow in Newtown Cemetery. Box , Lahaska, PA To view the obituary online, visit www. Moshe Budmor. Moshe Budmor, 92, died peacefully at home in Princeton, on December 4, He joined Kibbutz Hulata in Israel as a young man, where he worked as a shepherd and fisherman.
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He maintained ties to the kibbutz throughout his life. From the age of two, music was his calling. As a child, he played violin, harmonica, and recorder. He went on to become a well-known composer and conductor in the United States, Europe, and Israel. Moshe was active in a number of community organizations, including Community Without Walls, the Library Minyan at the Jewish Center of Princeton, and a havurah.
He was also an ardent supporter of many peace organizations. The concert included a variety of instrumental and vocal works, including musical settings of texts by Walt Whitman and from the Song of Songs , a fantasia with themes from Eastern European Jewish and Bedouin dances, and Havdalah , a string quartet based on the ceremony that ends the Jewish Sabbath. A web search for Moshe Budmor will readily direct the reader to these pieces. Moshe was married, first to the late Katya Delakova, a pioneering dancer and choreographer, and later to the late Lea Lerner, a pianist and music educator.
He also leaves behind nieces, a nephew, and many, many loving friends. His family and friends will miss, among many other things, his talent, his energy, his generous nature, his sparkling eyes, and his warm smile. Memorial contributions may be made to: the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen www. Forrest A. Born in Woodmere, N. Brower was a hospital administrator for 29 years at East Orange General Hospital, 20 as president and chief executive officer. Brower and his wife moved to Lawrenceville, and he served as executive vice president of the New Jersey Hospital Association from where he retired in Upon retirement, Mr.
Brower was a docent at the Princeton University Art Museum. Over the years, Mr. His life was guided by his faith, family, friends, and love of the arts. A memorial service will be held at 10 a. Joe graduated from St. Joe was preceded in death by his wife Jacqueline, his parents, and his brothers Francis Fran and Gerald Jerry.
Anyone who knew Joe will remember him for his gregarious personality and fun loving manner. He loved his family; friends; Beach Haven, N. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 19, at 11 a. Enid H. Campbell, PhD, died peacefully in her sleep at the University Medical Center of Princeton, on November 22, , due to complications from a fall. She was Enid was a psychologist with a private practice in Princeton for many years, and a longtime professor and department chair at Trenton State College now TCNJ.
Her father, John H. The family was active in the Religious Society of Friends and the amateur theater with an emphasis on Shakespeare. She was briefly married to a fellow Quaker in support of his pacifist beliefs and resistance to the draft. At Yale, Enid met her future husband, Byron A.
Campbell and the two were married in June of Byron became a professor in the psychology department at Princeton University and Enid chose to accompany him to Princeton. She quickly became a professor at Trenton State College where she taught child and general psychology. She worked at these two professions for most of her adult life.
To keep fit, Enid enjoyed swimming, recreational tennis, table tennis, and skiing. In her later years Enid suffered from dementia but she always enjoyed spending time with her family. Enid was a woman ahead of her times, deftly finding happiness and fulfillment in both her work and family life. She is survived by Byron, her husband of 62 years. A celebration of her life is planned for Sunday, December 6, in Princeton. For details please contact Andrea at yogacalling gmail. Margaret G. Ayling, 90, died on Sunday, November 27, Margaret was a homemaker.
She graduated from the College of New Rochelle. She was a member of the Catholic Community of St. Margaret enjoyed traveling and was an avid bridge player. She was predeceased by her husband Bob Charles Borromeo Church. Visiting will take place one hour prior to the burial. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Hillsborough Funeral Home. Tatyana Kaplan. Born in Gomel, Belarus, she was a resident of Princeton since Prior to moving to the United States, she graduated from one of the top Russian medical schools and had a successful career as a cardiologist, family doctor, and vice president of a large hospital in a suburb of Moscow, Russia.
During her life she helped many people — starting when she was years-old by saving children at summer camp on the first day of the Nazi bombing of the Soviet Union, then during her professional career as a doctor, and even after retirement. After moving to the United States she was able to focus on her other great passion — her family. She was a big music lover — both classical and jazz — and enjoyed attending concerts at Westminster to listen to her daughter play classical piano, and at Princeton High School — to see her grandsons play jazz-piano.
She was always reading different books, and in between liked to play cards and spoil her family and friends with delicious cooking. Eleanor Margaret Hughes Fulmer. Peggy lived in Princeton for most of her adult life, and was an active member of the community. She was actively involved for most of this time in many different ways, including the Stuart Parent Association which she co-founded , the Stuart First Friday Prayer Group, and as a grandparent, chair of the Stuart Fund, to name a few.
Peggy worked in real estate sales for over 40 years. She began her career with John T. Henderson Inc. She was a consistent top producer earning a reputation for professionalism and integrity. All who knew Peggy will remember her for her kindness and graciousness. She had an amazing ability to make everyone feel welcome and part of her life. Peggy loved to travel and was able to realize that dream, having been to almost every corner of the world. More than anything though, Peggy loved her five children and 14 grandchildren. Their favorite memories include summers at the shore, new pajamas every Christmas and large family gatherings over the holidays.
Her special name for her children and grandchildren was love bugs. She enjoyed walks, dancing, music, theater, and serving her community through volunteer work. Peggy was preceded in death by her first husband James J. Hughes Jr, and her second husband Thomas S. Fulmer, her parents, and her sister Mary Kathryn Murdoch Molly.
Survivors also include her sister Alice Murdoch Dagit Charlie , two nephews Chet and Murdoch , their wives, and four grand-nephews. A funeral service will be held on Monday, December 7, at 11 a. Charles Borromeo in Skillman, New Jersey. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Stuart Memorial Fund and given online at www. She was preceded in death by the love of her life, James Fleming; her parents, Mildred and Frank Dunsmoor; and her brother Frank. Born in Pittsburgh on May 9, , Mary Jane excelled academically, graduating from the University of Pittsburgh in She met her future husband while teaching kindergarten in post-war Paris.
They married in and settled in Princeton. She worked in a number of positions, including leading resident activities at Meadow Lakes senior community in Hightstown. In retirement, she relocated to Niskayuna, N. Mary Jane had an enthusiasm for life, a confidence and drive that earned admiration from her many friends. She loved her family and took pride in their accomplishments. The family wishes to thank the team at Kingsway Community who provided wonderful care for Mary Jane in her final years.
Charles Rojer. Charles L. Rojer, Chairman of the Board of Health of Princeton, passed away peacefully at his home early Thursday morning, November 12, , from recently diagnosed gastric cancer. Born in Brussels, Belgium in , Dr. Rojer survived World War II as a hidden child. His two sisters survived the war hidden in a convent; his parents, grandparents, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins were killed in Auschwitz. Arriving in the United States at the age of 13 in , Dr. Rojer moved to Philadelphia where he was taken into the home of his uncle who served in the French Resistance.
There he went to school to learn English, quickly proved himself academically and graduated from the th class of Central High School, followed by Temple University, and Hahnemann Medical School. After a residency in otolaryngology and head and neck surgery, followed by two years service in the Air Force, Dr. Rojer opened a practice in Philadelphia, with affiliations at both Chestnut Hill and Abington Hospitals. Rojer had a successful career of 40 years during which he was beloved by his patients and esteemed by his colleagues.
He served as president of staff for both Chestnut Hill and Abington Hospital; he also served as an officer of several otolaryngological societies. Rojer met his first wife Goldie on a blind date at the end of his senior year in high school and it was love at first sight. They were married in , had three wonderful children, and continued happily for 37 years until Goldie succumbed to leukemia in Two years later, Dr.
Rojer met his second wife, Marsha Levin-Rojer, on another blind date. They were married in and recently celebrated their 18 th wedding anniversary. Rojer moved to Princeton in where he was quickly recognized for his generous spirit, boundless energy, and wise counsel. In addition to his role on the Board of Health, Dr. Rojer was a frequent speaker telling his story of survival to numerous school and community groups. Rojer is survived by his wife Marsha Levin-Rojer, children Dr.
Todd Harad; Dr. David Rojer and wife, Dr. Donations in Dr. A memorial in celebration of his life is being planned for April Doris Burrell. Doris Barbara Reynolds Burrell died peacefully at her home in Princeton on November 8, after a long, but valiant struggle of living with dementia. Later the family moved to New Brunswick, where she was raised.
She graduated from New Brunswick High School in They were married for 62 years. A few years after marrying, the couple moved to Princeton. Her legendary salon served women and men in the tri-state area for 62 wonderful years. Burrell; and 3 siblings, Howard Reynolds, Jr. A memorial service was held at 11 a.
Muriel Burrows, officiating. A repast followed the service in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Dorothy Beeners. Dorothy pursued a career in journalism. She moved to Princeton in and received her Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in , focusing on religious journalism. In Princeton, she met her former husband, Dr. Beeners and raised 3 children. Dorothy unselfishly loved her family and friends, and always believed in the goodness of her fellow man.
She was a pure, gracious, Southern belle with a wonderful sense of humor and a true love for her church. Nassau Presbyterian Church was her second home. John Belz Healy. John graduated from St. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and received a Doctor of Laws from the University of Pennsylvania. He reached the rank of Captain in the U. He then worked for 28 years in Annual Giving at Princeton University before he retired.
He was predeceased by his younger twin brothers, Robert, and Edward Jr. Ann has two daughters: Alissa, and Mariah. John and his wife, Katherine, have three daughters: Caitlin, Susanna, and Margaret. Also surviving are his sister-in-law, Ann Reath, and her husband George Reath. Benjamin and his wife, Huntley, have three sons: Augustus, Luke, and George.
On Wednesday, November 25, at 9 a. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Skillman followed by a funeral mass at 10 a. A graveside service will be held at 11 a. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to Food for the Poor, Inc. Eleanor Speers. Eleanor Schroeder Speers, 91, died in her sleep November 7, , in her home at Meadow Lakes, Hightstown of complications following a stroke.
She is survived by her daughter, Rev. She graduated from Montclair High School and received a BA in sociology from Vassar College, having accelerated with the class of in order to serve in the U. She was posted to Atlanta, training Navy pilots in Link trainers until the end of the war. In , she married William E. Speers, Jr. The couple resided in Montclair until , when they moved with their two children to Princeton.
When the family moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania in , Mrs. Speers worked in the psychiatric care department at St. Eleanor Speers was quiet and thoughtful, but loved company, and enjoyed making new friends. She was always ready to welcome visitors with a cup of tea and a cookie, and particularly enjoyed singing around the piano at Christmas. Her love for people also found expression in her service as a deacon in Nassau Church.
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