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Daniel George Robinson, 26 of Tinton Falls, passed away on December 8, 2017, at home.  Daniel was born in Red Bank to George E. and Marie (Schluter) Robinson.  He was a 2010 graduate of Red Bank Catholic and was a parishioner of St. James RC Church.  Daniel was employed by Blue Water Marine in Monmouth Beach.  He was an avid fisherman who worked as a mate on many fishing boats.  He was a gentle soul who loved his family and his dogs Mollie and Noah.  

Dylan DeWyngaert, 31 of Little Silver, New Jersey, was taken from our lives before we were ready, passing on Friday, December 8, 2017.  Dylan was a young man full of life, avid fisherman and hunter and had a zeal for the dance floor.  Dylan’s greatest accomplishments lie with his relationships with his family, bringing humor and joy to our lives every day.  He graduated from Red Bank Regional and later was a standout athlete in track and field winning many awards at Saint Francis University, PA.  While at Saint Francis on athletic scholarship, Dylan did a semester abroad in Mexico to volunteer his time serving those less fortunate.

Ruth D. Cummins, 88, of Middletown, passed away peacefully on December 4, 2017, surrounded by her loving family.  Ruth was born in East Orange, NJ to Harold and Eva Dugmore.  Ruth moved to Middletown in 1961.  She was a homemaker, a secretary and interior decorator.  She was the co-owner of Candlelight Interiors.  Ruth was an avid gardener and she and her husband enjoyed RVing and sailing.  Ruth was a volunteer at Riverview Hospital.  She was an active member of the Reform Church of Tinton Falls. She was a loving mother, a Christian and a very kind person.   

Janet Sinclair Schmidt, age 99, a resident of The Atrium at Navesink Harbor in Red Bank, died November 29, 2017 at her home.  She was born on August 19, 1918 in Kearny, New Jersey and lived in Little Silver prior to moving to The Atrium with her twin sister Mildred.  Mildred died in 2014 at age 96.  Janet was the daughter of Lillian Strong Schmidt, who died in 1972 and George W. Schmidt, who died in 1926.

Patricia Ann Standley (nee Hotchkiss) age 84 died peacefully on December 3, 2017 at her home in Red Bank, NJ. Patricia was born April 11, 1933 in Red Bank, NJ. She the daughter of Harry E. Hotchkiss and Elizabeth Clapp McClintock. 

Patricia was a life-long communicant of the United Methodist Church in Red Bank. She graduated from TCNJ (formerly Trenton State College) in 1955 with an elementary teaching degree.  She taught 2nd grade for many years in Eatontown Schools as well as in Hinsdale, IL.

Jane Fox, 60, of Delray Beach, Florida, passed away November 28 after a courageous battle with cancer. Jane was born March 4, 1957 in Elizabeth, New Jersey and is survived by daughter Kate (Andrew) Hess and son Colin Behan, both of Middletown, New Jersey. Her parents Edward and Margaret Fox of Union, New Jersey and brothers Robert and Jamie Fox predeceased her.

Survivors include a brother Tom (Nancy) of Fredon, New Jersey and two sisters, Judy (Dan) Higgins and Meg (Don) Fox-Koscheka of Red Bank, New Jersey.

John Orlando, 93 of Shrewsbury, passed away on November 29, 2017.  John was born to Vito and Agatha in Youngstown, Ohio.  He graduated from Ohio State University with an Engineering Degree.  He was a Mechanical Engineer with International Nickel Co in Sterling Forest, NY before his retirement.  He and his wife Ann have resided in Shrewsbury for the last 19 years.

John is survived by his wife of 70 years Ann (Lukcik) Orlando; his son John Orlando and his wife Deborah of Vernon, NJ; his daughter Michele Rankin and her husband Don of Fair Haven; his grandchildren Robert, Christine, Stacey and Stephanie; and 5 great-grandchildren.  He dearly loved his grandchildren.

June (Walling) Cahill, age 89, of Middletown, New Jersey passed peacefully into the next life on November 27, 2017 at Riverview Medical Center after a Thanksgiving weekend of family visits, good-byes, and expressions of love. 

June was born on June 12, 1928 in West Keansburg, NJ to Mabel and Gordon Walling. She graduated from Keyport High School in 1945 and married William J. Cahill on July 13, 1952. Together they raised 5 children, living most of their married life in Holmdel. At the age of 38, and while still a full-time homemaker, June went back to school to earn her B.A. in Education from Kean University.

Marcus Joseph Vasil was born on September 15, 2017 and passed away on November 25, 2017.  Marcus was born to, celebrated by, loved eternally by his first loves, his mommy Rachel Marcus Vasil and his daddy David Vasil; his bestest brother Jakob Lewis (age 7) and bestest sister Mason Elaine (15 months); his grandparents Donald L. Marcus, Ann (Mason) Marcus, Betty (Goodman) Vasil and Rich Vasil; his aunts Shannon (Marcus) Marins, Fayann (Marcus) Eigenrach, Casey (Marcus) Patel, Bailey Rose Marcus, Jamie (Vasil) Jovanis, Allie Hornig; his great-grandparents Joseph and Eleanor Goodman; his uncles Mattew Vasil, Douglas Marcus, Herbie Eigenrauch, Hital Patel, Keven Bronseau and Michael Jovanis; his cousins and friends (whom he shared Holloween with) Quincy, Ella, Colin, Scout, Alex, Kyra, Tyler, as well as the love of numerous and extraordinary extended family.

Philip L. Jacobs, 96, Lieutenant Colonel in the Army, died November 16, 2017, in his home, with Sara Yorg, his granddaughter, and caregivers by his side.  

Philip was born in New York.  He had two children, Wendy and Stuart.  Philip also had three grandchildren, Sara, Ryan and Holly, as well as two great-grandchildren, Dylan and Ashley Hall.

He had a host of family in the southern states, but one very special to his heart, James Jacobs, whom he loved dearly.

In the last 4 years of his life he was cared for by his granddaughter Sara, her family, and some very wonderful caregivers, who filled his heart with love.

Jacqueline Ann Seuffert passed away peacefully Monday evening, November 20, 2017 at home in Shrewsbury, NJ surrounded by her family. Born in Saratoga Springs, NY, she was the daughter of Thomas B. Judge and Florence Ann Lynaugh and was the eldest of three children. She and her sister Constance A. Judge of Tinton Falls were proud of their Irish Heritage and treasured their close relationship as they were “Irish Twins”. Jacqueline was predeceased by her younger brother Thomas B. Judge Jr. of Garwood, NJ. 

Jacqueline (Jackie) was blessed with a long and wonderful life. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University where she was a member of the Theta Phi Alpha Sorority and graduated cum laude. While at Syracuse University, Jacqueline met the love of her life, Joseph Allan Seuffert (Joe), a WWII veteran and graduate of the University of Notre Dame.

Bruce S. Thompson, Owner & Manager, NJ LIC #3740