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BURSEY, KEITH (Memoriam)  
KEITH BURSEY 7/3/1985 - 11/4/2014 Happy 30th Birthday God sent me an angel this very day 30 years ago. With aching heart I whisper low - I miss you Keith and love you so. Though your smile and laugh is gone and your hand we cannot touch, we still have many memories of the one we love. Your memory is our keepsake with which we will never part, God has you in his keeping - we have you in our hearts. So much love, Mom, Dad, Scott, Theresa and Jaxon
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Published in The Record on July 3, 2015
Collins, Marcia - Wayne  
COLLINS Marcia, 83, of Wayne, on June 30th. Visiting Sunday 4-8 PM at Moore's Home for Funerals. Mass July 6th, Monday at 10:30 AM Our Lady of the Valley Church, 630 Valley Road. www.mooresinfo.com
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Cortese, Frank (Memoriam)  
Frank J. Cortese Happy 89th Birthday! It's your 1st birthday in Heaven. We miss you and love you very much. With Love, Wife, Edde, daughter, Cheryl, Son-in-Law, Michael and Grandson, Mike.
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Dunay, Patricia Anne* - River Vale  
DUNAY Patricia Anne (nee Brennan), formerly of Jersey City and River Vale, passed away at the Peachtree Christian Hospice, Duluth, Georgia on June 29, 2015 after a two-year battle with cancer. Born in Jersey City she was a 1962 graduate of St. Michael's High School, Jersey City. She lived in River Vale for many years before moving to Alpharetta, Georgia in 1991. While living in Georgia, "Tish" volunteered at many Senior Citizen Centers. She was the beloved wife for 43 years of Joseph S. Dunay, the cherished daughter of the late John and Anne Brennan, the adored sister of Peggy Check, John, Peter and Thomas Brennan and the late Michael, Robert, Martin and James Brennan, the dear daughter-in-law of Helen V. Dunay, and the loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. The funeral will be from the Parow Funeral Home, 185 Ridge Road, North Arlington on Tuesday, July 7 at 10 AM. thence to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, North Arlington for the Funeral Mass at 11 AM. The entombment will follow in Holy Cross Chapel Mausoleum, North Arlington. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the American Cancer Society, 20 Mercer Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601.
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Esposito, Ralph (Memoriam)  
RALPH N. ESPOSITO July 3, 2007 Happy 8th Anniversary In Heaven Those special memories of you will always bring a smile if only we could have you back for just a little while Then we could sit and talk again just like we used to do you always meant so very much and always will do too The fact that you're no longer here will always cause us pain but you're forever in our hearts until we meet again. Your Loving Wife Nina Children, Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren
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Fornelius, Angela - Elmwood Park  
FORNELIUS Angela M., 66, of Elmwood Park, died on July 1, 2015. Arrangements by the Conte Funeral Home, Inc., 274 Market St, Elmwood Park. www.patrickjconte.com
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Gary-Walker, Linda (Memoriam)  
Linda F. Gary-Walker 7/3/1961 - 3/12/2007 Birthday Blessings Our Angel It's been 8-years since you left us in body, but your spirit forever dwells in our hearts and minds. Missing you so much! Your loving family.
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Giacomaro, Lauren (Memoriam)  
LAUREN GIACOMARO 9/15/1977-7/3/2002 We all miss and love you very much. The years go by, but you're in our hearts forever. One day we will meet again. Your Loving Family
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Habib-Puca, Harriet* - Leonia  
HABIB-PUCA Harriet H. Community Giver, Registered Nurse, Businesswoman, College Graduate, Neighbor and Friend. Passing away peacefully just shy of her 86th birthday, Harriet was born in Manhattan's Broad Street Hospital (today, part of New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital) in 1929. She was raised and schooled in Brooklyn, NY. Wanting to become a doctor of medicine, but not afforded an environment in which to do so, she study nursing throughout her life, graduating from the Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing, passing the board exams to become a Registered Nurse (RN) and obtaining a B.S. degree in Health Education and a School Nurses Certification from New Jersey City University. Early in her life, after becoming a RN, her nursing career took a temporary detour to the business world, where she assumed leadership of her brother's Manhattan-based messenger and trucking business while he was serving in the U.S. Army. She enjoyed driving open-stake trucks and managing approx. 20 employees. The business world was a wonderful challenge for her. Her brother's discharge and return allowed her to re-focus on her passion, and she then became a surgical nurse at the Brooklyn Veteran Affairs Hospital. Moving from Brooklyn to Wilkes-Barre, PA, back to Brooklyn and then to Teaneck, NJ, Harriet finally settled in Leonia, NJ in 1967, where she and her husband raised two sons, both graduating from Leonia High School. She was the Public Health Nurse for the Borough of Leonia from 1972 - 1977. In that capacity, she also served as the school nurse at St. John the Evangelist, then a Pre-K through Eighth Grade parochial school, also in Leonia. Following the borough position, she worked for the Leonia Board of Education as school nurse at the Anna C. Scott Elementary School and Leonia Middle School from 1977 until retirement in 1991. Her love of school nursing made her very happy, and she joyfully anticipated every morning so that she could return to her students. Later in life, she served 17 years as a volunteer with Pax Christi Hospice, where her reward was the happiness and support she gave to and received from her patients. She was an active and indefinite member of the Borough of Leonia Board of Health. She was also an active member of the Leonia Woman's Club, the Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post #1 and a loyal parishioner of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church (although a lifelong participant in other Christian faiths). Harriet was lucky enough to fall in love and marry twice, first to Fred "Jeff" Habib of Wilkes-Barre, PA and then to Joseph M. Puca of Staten Island, NY, where she lived from 1991 until moving back to Leonia in 2009. Both husbands predeceased her. She is lovingly survived by: Two sons from her first marriage, their wives and respective children; a brother and a sister, their respective children, spouses and grandchildren; three stepsons from her second marriage, their wives and respective children, spouses and grandchildren; and many, many friends. Harriet, you are now missing from me. At her core, Harriet was filled with compassion, and spent her entire life serving and caring for others. Diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS), she had to draw upon approximately 22 units of platelets and 14 units of blood in her battle against the disease. Prior to her death, feeling a strong sense of purpose and obligation to organize an effort to replenish and exceed the units she used, she began planning a blood drive with the American Red Cross. Her goal was to enlist every able person in the community to come to American Legion Post #1, 399 Broad Avenue in Leonia on Sunday, September 27th, 10 AM-3 PM, to participate and give the gift of life for others who may be in need. We ask that the northern New Jersey community please join us for a day of giving, caring and community, all as tribute to Harriet's commitment and memory. Donations can also be made in her name to: Near East Foundation (NEF), 230 Euclid Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210 or online (www.neareast.org/get-involved/). NEF is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (EIN/Tax ID number 13-1624114). Donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
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HEIDELBERG, Kenneth*  
HEIDELBERG Kenneth William, 69, on June 30 of Oradell, NJ. A proud native of Kentucky, Ken was the third of three children, predeceased by his sister Barbara and survived by his beloved brother Bernie. Ken was a true Renaissance man - artist, entrepreneur, loving husband and father, brother and friend to all. Born and raised in northern Kentucky, Ken graduated from Newport Catholic H.S. and the Central Academy of Art. Following service in Korea and Okinawa in the U.S. Army, he graduated the University of Kentucky with a B.A. He was awarded a fellowship and earned an M.S. in Advertising at the University of Illinois. Ken traveled to New York and worked at top agencies as an account executive. His entrepreneurial spirit drove him to establish his own advertising agency that would become Heidelberg White Advertising. In 1996 he was one of the founding partners and key visionary in launching The Soccer Coliseum at Teaneck Armory. Under Ken's leadership it would become and remains one of the leading indoor soccer venues in the nation. Passionate about sports and what it could provide for children, Ken coached football, baseball and soccer, both in the military and in Bergen County. He was a co-founder of the Blackhawks Soccer Club. Ken was recognized by both the U.S. Senate and State of New Jersey for his support of children of soldiers serving overseas via his work with Teaneck Armory family assistance programs. He was recognized by Bergen Catholic H.S. on its 50th anniversary for his contributions to the people of Bergen County and "the legacy that you will leave our children and grandchildren." Ken also served on the Oradell School Board. A member of Hackensack Golf Club where he loved to compete and socialize, Ken brought his passion, candor and zest for life to all he did. His greatest treasure was his family, starting with his devoted wife of 40 years, Dale. Together they proudly planted roots in Oradell that would serve their children so well. His proudest role was that of father to Matt (Reagan Klansky), Megan (Ben Mathes) and Greg (Melissa Barone). He instilled in them the principles of hard work, integrity, and honesty. When he thought it couldn't get any better, Ken discovered the miracle of grandchildren: Easton, Addison and Charlotte. This was his most enjoyable tour of duty. All those who knew Ken, worked with him or met him only briefly will miss his creativity, candor and unique passion for life. May he rest in peace. Visitation at Basralian Funeral Home 559 Kinderkamack Road Oradell, NJ on Sunday July 5 from 2-5PM. In lieu of flowers, donations to Valley Hospital Foundation-Hospice would be greatly appreciated.
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