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CAREY William Russell, 93, a long time Allendale resident, passed away July 3, 2014. A Naval Aviator in World War II, Bill served in the Pacific Theatre and also as a flight instructor in Pensacola, Florida. A former member of the Allendale Holiday Observers, past Governor of the New York Hangar of the Quiet Birdmen, Bill was a frequent business visitor to South America in the 1950s and 60s and founder of William R. Carey & Co., Inc. an international reinsurance firm. Bill was an accomplished piano player. Bill was predeceased by his beloved wife Hertha Birner Carey, and daughter Hertha (Toots) Carey Codey. Bill is survived by children William R. (Max) Carey Jr., Susan Estes Carey, Christopher J. Carey, Mary Weaver Carey, Michael J. Carey, Karen Farnan Carey, grandchildren Frank J. Codey, Bonnie Jenkins Codey, Hertha (Tres) Codey Isa, Captain Haruna Isa USN, Carey Ann Codey Adler, Geoff Adler, Elise Carey Kelso, Bryan Kelso, Caroline Carey Zuniga, Jacob Zuniga, William R. Carey III, Laura Meyer Carey, Amie Carey Sepaniak, Stephen Sepaniak, Christopher J. Carey Jr., Lisa Piscatelli Carey, Michael J. Carey Jr, Colleen Quigley Carey, Maggie Carey Grando, John Grando, Peter A. Carey and 16 great-grandchildren. The family is planning a memorial service for mid August. Arrangements are being handled by the Van Emburgh-Sneider-Pernice Funeral Home, 109 Darlington Avenue, Ramsey, NJ 07446. Please send tributes, memories and condolences to vanemburghsneider.com .
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CARUSO Nicholas William (Bill), age 80 died on July 6, 2014 after a long illness. Born in Montclair to William and Sylvia (nee Cavaluzzi) Caruso. He lived in Nutley and Bloomingdale before moving to Hopatcong in 1972. Bill was a 1951 graduate of Immaculate Conception High School in Montclair. He was preceded by his wife of 51 years Marie Ann (nee Cina) Caruso in 2008. Serving in the USMC from 1953 to 1956 in the 1st Tank Battalion of 1st Marine Division he served in Korea then at Camp Pendleton until honorably discharged. When illness struck and in the manner in which he lived his life, never complaining, always being self-sufficient and in true Marine Corps fashion- he dug-in, fought with tenacity and held his position until being relieved by God. "And when I get to heaven St. Peter I will tell….." For those who knew Bill, we are sure he will have words with St. Peter at the gates. Bill held a number of jobs in the 60's working as an assembler in the Aero-Space industry then moving into the Insurance industry as an auto claim adjustor. He worked for several insurance companies including GEICO, Firemen's Fund and others until his retirement from Reliance in 2004. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing golf and trips to A.C. He leaves behind his son Robert and wife Cathryn Caruso of Lake Hopatcong, daughter Linda and husband Jack Colavita of Easton PA, five grandchildren. Nicholas, Brielle, William, James and Cory also, brothers Louis of Green Twp and Robert and wife Shirlee of Ho-Ho-Kus. Visitation will be held at the Leber-Lakeside Funeral Home, 150 Landing Road, Landing on Saturday July 12 from 4-8 PM. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the liturgy of Christian burial at St. Jude's R.C. church in Hopatcong at 10 AM on Monday July 14. Entombment to follow at the Immaculate Conception Mausoleum in Montclair. In lieu of flowers, kindly make memorial donations to: St Jude's Children's Research Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105-1942. For further information and to share a fond memory please visit www.leberlakeside.com .
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CELLINI Lucia (Lucy Parisi), age 95, was called to her Eternal Rest on July 6, 2014. Born in Passaic, NJ, she lived in the home in which she was born for 30 years with her late husband Ceasar Cellini and children. She then lived for nine years in the Veterans Projects on Orono Street, Clifton. Her family and she moved to a home built in Clifton for the remaining 57 years of her life. In addition to her roles of Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother and Aunt, she worked at The Herald News and Standard Packaging. Lucia was very active in the Catholic Church and undertook much volunteering. She was a past President of the St. Paul Church Rosary Society and devoted countless hours to organizations such as Cerebral Palsy and the National Council of Catholic Women. Lucia was predeceased by her parents Concetta Seminara and Giovanni Parisi, husband Ceasar (1998) and the following nine siblings and their spouses: Angelina and Frank Maggio, Anthony and Tillie Mogavero, Rosalia and Albert Montalbano, Samuel and Connie Spallina, Nancy and Ralph Nargi, Thomas and Maria Lipari, Joseph and Thelma Paruta, Charles and Dorothy Holford, Marianna and Patrick DeTollo. Lucia is survived by her children Robert of Ramsey, Celeste of Clifton, Stephen and daughter-in-law Linda of Forked River, Virginia and son-in-law Joseph Cardella of Franklin Lakes and Brother Gregory Cellini, O.S.F. of Brooklyn, ten grandchildren Laura, Dena, Chiara, Debra, Robert John (and their Mother Roseann Cudia), Jessica, Elizabeth, Lisa, Michele and Joseph, and 21 Great-Grandchildren and one more shortly to be born, and several nieces and nephews. All relatives and friends who wish to attend the Funeral Mass may do so at 11 AM on Thursday, July 10th at St. Paul Church, 124 Union Avenue, Clifton, NJ. Those planning an expression of sympathy in Lucia's name are asked to consider a donation to The Lucia P. Cellini Scholarship. Checks can be made payable to St. Francis College and mailed to 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Arrangements are by Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, 1313 Van Houten Ave., Clifton. Please visit www.bizub.com for online condolences.
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