Virginia M. O’Neill

Virginia M. O’Neill, 80, Red Bank, NJ died January 15, 2017.

Ginny was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the youngest daughter of Herbert and Marie Arthur.  A proud graduate of The Institute of Notre Dame, a private all-girls Catholic high school in Baltimore, she married in 1956 and in 1968 she and her husband, Lawrence, moved to Middletown, NJ to raise their two girls.  Ginny gave countless hours of her time to her church, to the local Girl Scouts of America, to the Women’s Center at Brookdale Community College and to the Oak Hill Woman’s Club.  She returned to school, attending Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, NJ, where she received her Associate’s Degree in Computer Science.  She went on to have a successful career at American Bell and Lucent Technologies.

She traveled the world with her husband and her retirement years were spent doting on her grandchildren.  Later, she enjoyed her life at the Atrium in Red Bank where she remained active, making new friends, serving on committees and enjoying the view of the beautiful Navesink River.  

Nicole Vezin-Clark

Nicole Vezin-Clark, 73 of Tinton Falls, passed away on January 15, 2017, in Red Bank.  Nicole was born in La Rochelle, France to John and Odette (Geay) Vezin.  Nicole was a self-employed beautician before retiring and spending time in Isalmorda, Florida where she was a part time resident for 13 years.  Nicole and her husband Joseph have lived in Tinton Falls for 19 years.  Nicole visited France annually and loved spending with her family that still resides in France.

Kathryn Margolin Richter

Kathryn Margolin Richter, 57, of Little Silver, New Jersey, passed away peacefully on January 13, 2017, surrounded by her loving family.  She was a loving wife, mother, daughter and aunt.  Kathy was an avid traveler and enjoyed tennis, skiing and spending time with her family.  Kathy was a kind, caring, generous person and will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Kathy was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri.  She graduated from Tulane University before moving to New York City where she worked and met her husband Robert at Bear Stearns, later moving to New Jersey to raise her family.

She is survived by her beloved husband Robert John Richter; her daughters Allison Macy Richter and Elizabeth Ann Richter; her parents Robert and Dorothy Margolin; nieces Caitlin Perry and Macy Margolin; brother and sister-in-law Thomas and Sue Richter and nephews Travis, Eric and Kyle; and sister-in-law Dorothea Eusner and nephew Thor.  Kathy was predeceased by her brother Charles Margolin.

Daniel D. O’Connell

Daniel D. O’Connell 89 years old passed away peacefully at home January 13, 2017 surrounded by his loving family.

He was predeceased by his loving wife of 62 years Marie Allen O’Connell, parents Daniel and Catherine O’Connell, brother Edward and sisters Alice and Kay.  Dan is survived by his six children, their spouses, and eight grandchildren.

Dan’s children and spouses are Diane (Dee) and Rich West of Tinton Falls, NJ; Kevin and Katie O’Connell of Yardley, PA; Carol O’Connell and Ran French of Eatontown, NJ; Tom and Christine O’Connell of East Greenbush, NY; Katie and Mark Schultz of Rumson, NJ; and Peter O’Connell of Rumson, NJ.

Dan’s grandchildren are Bill and Jeff West of Philadelphia, PA; Kaelyn O’Connell of Boston MA; Caroline Schultz of Rumson, NJ; Liam and Erin O’Connell of Yardley PA; and Mackenzie and Kieran O’Connell of West Long Branch, NJ.

Emil F. Tobias

Emil F. Tobias, 96 of Middletown, passed away on January 10, 2017. Originally from Western Pennsylvania, Emil spent most of his adult life in New Jersey and after his retirement in Cape Cod, Massachusetts with his wife Marian. He was the first of six children born to George and Anna Gumca Tobis, immigrants from Czechoslovakia. He attended schools in Farrell, PA and Rutgers University in NJ. He served in CCC 1938 to 1940 and in the Army in WWII from 1942 to 1946, in the Pacific Theater, in Medical Administration, ultimately achieving the rank of Captain. Emil ended his service in Okinawa. He married Marian Hanville, an Army Nurse, in March 1946.

Upon his return to New Jersey, Emil worked for Fidelity Union Bank in Newark, becoming Vice President and retiring in 1985. He and Marian then moved to Cape Cod, MA. He was active in Our Lady of the Cape, Brewster, Dennis Senior Center and Score. Emil and Marian traveled extensively in the US first camping and then by motor home. Eventually he and Marian settled in Middletown to be near their children.

Alma M. Klein

Alma M. Klein, 89 of Red Bank, passed over on January 11, 2017.  She was born to Fred and Monica (Kreamer) Korittke in Jersey City.  Alma was an Executive Assistant at Hess in Woodbridge before becoming the CEO of her family.  She recently moved to Red Bank from Holmdel.  Alma was a passionate reader and supporter of education, the cultural arts and world peace.

Dr. Eric C. Sheffer

Dr. Eric C. Sheffer, 53 of Rumson, passed away suddenly on January 4, 2017. Eric was born to Ervin and Dawn Sheffer in York, PA. He earned his undergraduate degree from Gettysburg University, graduated from Temple University School of Medicine, did his residency at the University of Missouri and a fellowship in Pathology at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. He is a Fellow of the College of American Pathologists.

Eric recently moved to Rumson with his wife Jeanette and was the Laboratory Director for Allied Digestive Health Department of Pathology in Red Bank.

Angelina Pimpinella

Angelina “Marge” Pimpinella, Age 95 of Red Bank, passed away on January 1, 2017.  Marge was born in the Bronx, NY, to Antonio and Amalia Murolo.  She ended her career as a Branch Manager in Colts Neck after 37 years.  Marge was a Catholic Daughter of America, a Shrewsbury Homesteader and a Member of the National Association of Banking Women.  She was a Communicant of St. James RC Church.  

Marge is predeceased by her husband Anthony in 1981. She is survived by her son Marc Pimpinella & his wife Mary Lou of Toms River, her daughter Phyllis McGushin and her husband Paul of Virginia and her granddaughter Katelyn Marie of Oceanport.

Mary Elizabeth Shaw

Mary Elizabeth Shaw, aged 77, died peacefully on December 31, 2016, at her home in Middletown. Mary was born in Staten Island, NY, the daughter of Edythe and Raymond Humphreys.

Mary thoroughly enjoyed music and was an avid piano player.

Mary graduated from St Joseph's Hill Academy High School and Wagner College.  In 1962 Mary married the love of her life Maurice K Shaw.

Mary was an elementary school teacher in the NY public school system. She took a break from teaching to raise her three daughters. She returned to teaching in 1979 and taught at St Leo the Great School in Lincroft NJ, where she retired from after 18 years of dedicated service.

Molly Dalton

Molly “Tuddy” Dalton (nee Lynch) passed away on December 30, 2016 with her daughters by her side.  Molly was born in Newark and was a long time resident of both Elizabeth and Forked River before moving to Tinton Falls.

Molly was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who took tremendous pride in her family and was happiest in their company.  Molly’s kindness and love was felt by all who knew her and her infectious smile captured the hearts of everyone.  Known for her Irish charm and hospitality, she never hesitated to open her heart or her home to family and friends.    Molly loved being a spectator at her grandchildren’s sporting events as well as the Jersey shore, Irish music, shopping, gardening, and crafts.  

Molly was predeceased by her beloved husband of 49 years Michael Joseph, and her parents Thomas and Mary Lynch.  She is survived by her loving family: daughter Kathleen Prestinari, her husband Robert; grandchildren:  Robert, Kaitlyn, Gabriella and Alexa; daughter Eileen Dalton, her partner Rhondell Garlinghouse; brother Thomas Lynch and sister-in-law Sara; sister Margaret Mayer (Lynch) and brother-in-law Raymond.  Also surviving are many loving nieces, nephews, family and friends.  

James Edward Gabriel McCahill

James Edward Gabriel was born at home to Helen and William McCahill.  Along with his six siblings, he grew up in Jersey City during the Great Depression. Obsessed with sports, Jim played sandlot ball and always remembered his many childhood friends. Jim attended Dickinson HS and St. Peter's Prep where he excelled in baseball and football. He loved jazz and Big Band music. Jim proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps during WWII in the South Pacific. Wounded at Tinian, he was awarded the Purple Heart. For 93 years, “The Old Marine” remained a true patriot. “Semper Fi”.

Jim held various full time jobs. After working at Ballantine brewery in Newark, NJ--a job he described as “heaven on earth”-- he worked as a BCI clerk for the Hudson County Sheriff’s office during the day and at the US Postal Service Bulk Center in the evenings.

Jim is predeceased by the love of his life, Mickey. Married for 44 years, Jim and Mickey were active parishioners of St. Aloysius Church in Jersey City. “Jimmy Fan” is survived by his younger sister, Agnes Harris of Warren, NJ; three daughters and sons-in-law who loved him very much: Nora and Michael Monaghan of Little Silver, Katie and Jack Redmond of Howell and Sheila and Tom Jurek of Little Silver, and his six grandchildren: Madelyn, Jimmy and Patrick Monaghan, Luke and Daniel Jurek and Shane Redmond. Attending the sporting events of his nephews, nieces and grandchildren was what “kept him young”.  Jim was a devoted brother, uncle, husband, father and grandparent. His spirit will live on whenever someone successfully executes “the hat trick” or sips a Black and Tan. PopPop passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on December 29, 2016.

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