David C. Briggs

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(Courier News)

DAVID C. BRIGGS
AGE: 69 MIDDLESEX
David C. Briggs departed this life on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010 at his home in Middlesex surrounded by his loving family. He was 69 years old. A graduate of Watchung Hills Regional High School, David was born in Plainfield, spent his childhood in Watchung, and resided in Middlesex since 1967. David joined the United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local Union #155 in 1966. He was a dedicated carpenter who served as Financial Secretary and Business Agent for his local, retiring in 2009. He was an executive board member of the New Jersey Regional Council of Carpenters and he served on its Finance Committee. He was a trustee of the New Jersey Carpenters Benefit Fund, and trustee of the George H. Laufenberg scholarship fund. He also served as chairman of the Middlesex Borough Planning Board for many years. As an avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed gardening, birding, hunting, and fishing. He was a member of the Elizabethtown Gun Club.
David is survived by his wife of 44 years, Loretta; three daughters, Jessica Briggs of Wynnewood, PA., Lori Weber and her husband, Steven of Raritan, and Lisa Guiliano of Middlesex; one son, Anthony Guiliano and his wife, Denise of Middlesex; seven grandchildren, Zachary Conway, Ashley Guiliano, Ainslee, Curtis, and Kaylee Clark and Steven and Sarah Weber. He was predeceased by his father, Victor J. Briggs and his mother, Ruth Donaldson Briggs of Watchung, NJ. He was loved by all who knew him and will be sorely missed. He was known for being seen wearing his hat and walking his precious dog, Peanut.
Visitation will be Tuesday, December 14, 2010 from 2-4 and 7-9PM at Hagan-Chamberlain Funeral Home, 225 Mountain Avenue, Bound Brook. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 10:00AM at Somerset Hills Memorial Chapel, 95 Mount Airy Road, Basking Ridge. Memorial donations may be made in David's name to the George H. Laufenberg scholarship fund, Raritan Plaza II, PO Box 7818, Edison, NJ 08818-7818.

Published in Courier News on Dec. 13, 2010
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