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Kenneth Henry Burkhard (81) of Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully October 3, 2022 surrounded by his family after a long battle with cancer. Kenneth (Ken) was of German descent born in Jersey City, NJ the son of Ruth Mildenberg and Harold Burkhard. He predeceased his two brothers Ronald and Harold.

Ken was a Navy veteran and was the first in his family to graduate from college earning a BA degree from Monmouth College. His professional career included roles at International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF), Vice President at McCormick Spices and an Executive Vice President at Haarmann and Reimer, a division of Bayer.

It is with great sadness that the family of Jayson F Harvey, announces his passing on Saturday October 1st in Neptune, NJ at the age of 78. He was born in NYC, NY in 1944. His life led him to Rumson, NJ where he attended Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School. He excelled in varsity basketball and won the dubious honors of best personality and class flirt which led him to win the heart of Lynn who would later become his wife in 1967. Jay owned a water conditioning company early in his career and was a leader at the Jersey Shore for clam purification. He also spent time in corporate America working for Home Depot, and Culligan, after which he opened his own construction company which he ran up until recently as Jay was not one to keep still. While raising a family Jay served on the Rumson First Aid Squad, and Oceanic Hook & Ladder Fire company.  He spent many years playing on the Oceanic softball team, and even coached them to victory. Jay had many passions, he loved spending time with friends and family, loved boating/fishing and being on the water, as well as fixing up his antique cars. He loved making people laugh and could make a jumping frog on command with a business card

Marie Antoinette Manginelli passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at her home in Tinton Falls on Saturday, October 1, 2022.

Born in Manhattan, Marie grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where she graduated from Bay Ridge High School in 1959. She married her husband John Manginelli in 1960 and together the two raised five children on Staten Island before retiring to New Jersey.

Marie's love and devotion to her family are her greatest legacy. She enjoyed cooking for them and pampering them with her gentility and her exceedingly kind heart.

Pauline M. Tanner (nee Malyski) passed away peacefully at home with her family on September 28th. Pauline was a member of Holy Cross Church. She worked for 32 years as a legal secretary in Red Bank, and volunteered for many organizations throughout her life.

Pauline will be remembered as a kind, gentle, woman, a loving wife of 67 years, and a devoted mother and grandmother. Anyone who knew her, knew she was easy to love.

Max Peter Lopez was born on November 14th, 1932 and was a resident of New York City. Max was a Marine and a veteran of the Korean War. He was very proud to have served his country. Max worked for many years in commercial photography, helping to develop and photos; he worked for Playboy and other popular companies. He also worked designing movie posters and magazine layouts. Max was an avid reader. He loved sitting in the sun with a good book. Max also enjoyed the outdoors, whether he was fishing or going for walk. Max had a passion for food, he loved pizza and he always had a caffeine free diet coke in his hand.

Charles Hill Jones, Jr. 89 of Palm Beach, Florida and Little Silver, NJ died on September 28, 2022.  He is survived by his wife Hope (Haskell) and his children: Hope H. of Edgartown, MA, Charles H. III (Shea) of Rumson, NJ and Henry M. T. (Parker) of Atlanta, GA., and six grandchildren. A graduate of the Buckley School and Groton, Charlie graduated from the University of Virginia where he was a proud member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and the Varsity Tennis Team.

During a career in financial services, he was Director of Research at Wood, Struthers & Winthrop, Chief Investment Officer at Midlantic National Bank, Chairman & President of NJ Title Insurance, and President of Edge Partners. Ltd. He was a member of the CFA Institute and a recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who Honors: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dolores Vera Yetka (nee Smith) was born on April 5th, 1936, to Anna and Alfred Smith of Jersey City, NJ. She was the youngest of three, with two older brothers Frank and Hubert. As you would expect from older brothers, they called her Sissy.

Dolores met George Arthur Yetka when they were teenagers growing up in Jersey City. Even though George was “going with a lot of girls” back then, Dolores was his sweetheart for life. She became Dolores Vera Yetka when the two were married June 18th, 1955, just weeks after her 19th birthday. Not long after, their family of two grew and grew as their nine children were born. Now Dolores was Mom, and so much more!

With the family growing and in need of space, George and Dolores purchased an old farmhouse in Middletown, NJ. The work and effort to improve and return the house to its former glory was no small feat. Stories of Dolores stripping wallpaper and burning lead paint off the original crown molding are legendary in the Yetka family. What remained after those years of work is not just a house, but a beautiful home to this day.

With nine children comes an endless need for food, clothing, and entertainment. Mom cooked, sewed outfits, and played and sang the richest music into her children’s lives. This was more than a household, but a haven, not only to the children, but to the dozens of friends that were welcomed in without hesitation.

Gregory P. White, a long-time Little Silver resident, passed away on September 9, 2022. He attended the Wooster School in Connecticut and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Monmouth College. He was self-employed in the transportation industry.

Greg bought his house in Little Silver in 1978 and was a well-known fixture on Parker Avenue. Everyone knew Greg, the mayor of Parker Avenue! He was always cheery and a great conversationalist.

As a boy, Greg spent many enjoyable times in Maine with his friends and cousins. His love for Maine was part of who he was and he particularly loved wild Maine blueberries.

Jackson, of Highlands NJ, passed away peacefully on September 15 in Red Bank NJ, surrounded by loved ones, two days shy of his 80th birthday. He was born on September 17, 1942 in East Orange NJ, son of Margaret Sinnott and Hollis Jackson Lowe.

He attended school in Rumson NJ, in addition to Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock VA.  Jack was a successful multi-sport athlete and had a large collection of trophies. He shared a dresser with brother Bruce, who described the trophies on top as appearing like a city skyline, with barely enough room for Bruce’s small trophy, won for a ballroom dance competition!  By far his best was a tall floor trophy for winning the local Junior Olympics.

Upon graduation in 1960, Jack became a sports writer for the Red Bank Register, a job he loved, working alongside his step-father, ‘Hy Spotting Sports’ Hyatt E. Cunningham, the Register’s Sports Editor and Photographer, and went on to work with the Asbury Park Press.

Surrounded by her children, Rosemary Kiel, RN, passed away on September 14, 2022 after a brief illness.

Affectionately called Rosie by her family, Rosemary was born in Brooklyn to William F. and Rose M. Sullivan on Sept. 24, 1951. She grew up in Parlin, and attended St. Mary’s High School in South Amboy. She went on to study nursing at St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, eventually working her way up to the Operating Room Supervisor at Mid-Atlantic Eye Center. Rosie married Walter A. Kiel in 1978, and raised three children: Meghan, Evan, and Brendan.

Charlotte “MiMi” Rossi passed on September 10, 2022. Born in Jersey City, she moved to Red Bank where she met her husband Vincent Rossi whom she was married to until his death in 1989. Charlotte moved to Eatontown in 1967 and was a proud resident until moving to Maryland to be close to her sister Marie Lloyd.

She was a beloved member of the Eatontown School System from 1978 to 2006.

She is survived by her son Mario Rossi, her pride and joy Goddaughter Lucy Draper; her nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.

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