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Marshall Sr., Dean Otto* - Trenton  
Dean Otto Marshall Sr. TRENTON - Dean Otto Marshall Sr. age 57 passed away April 20, 2015 in Wilmington, DE. Born in Brooklyn, NY and was a lifelong Princeton-Trenton resident. He was educated in the Trenton public school system. He was a Waiter for Mastoris Diner in Bordentown, NJ. Dean was an U.S. Army Veteran. Son of the late George W. Marshall Jr. and Portia V. Marshall, brother of the late William, Gary, and twin brother Rudolf “Rudy”. Dean is survived by a son Dean O. Marshall Jr. (Sera), daughter Victoria Loftin, grandchildren Dean O. Marshall III, Tyler Marshall, Jesse, and Jesera Loftin, two sisters Marion Henning, and Wendy Marshall, two brothers Kevin Marshall, and Rev. Keith A. Marshall (Samara), a longtime and devoted companion Christine Sanders, a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. Funeral service will be 11am Mon April 27, 2015 at Macedonia Baptist Church 1300 Greenwood Ave. Trenton, NJ. Calling hours will be 9am until time of service at the church. Interment will be 9:30am Wed April 29, 2015 at Washington Crossing National Cemetery Newton, PA. Arrangements are by the Hughes Funeral Home.
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 25, 2015
Mason, Charles H.* - Hammonton  
Charles H. Mason HAMMONTON - Charles H. Mason, 74, of Hammonton, passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Division in Galloway Twp., NJ. Born in Trenton, NJ, Charles has been a lifelong area resident prior to moving to Hammonton two years ago. He was a former member of the Mount Holly Moose Lodge. Charles loved fishing, hunting, NASCAR and the Dallas Cowboys. Predeceased by parents Roy and Grace Mason; brothers and sisters-in-law, Tom and Dee Mason, George and Leslee Mason, Clarence Mason; sisters, Lillian and Margaret Mason; Survived by his loving daughter, Laurie and her husband Tom Uckele; sister, Grace Jane Mason; former wife, Barbara Mason; sister-in-law Kamantha and her husband Edward Hujber; many nieces, nephews and extended family. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015, at 11:30 a.m. at the Saul Memorial Home, 1740 Greenwood Avenue, Hamilton. Cremation will be private followed by interment at Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton. Family and friends may call Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 10:30 a.m. until time of service at the Saul Memorial Home. www.saulfuneralhomes.com
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 23, 2015
McKee, Geraldine* - Ewing  
Geraldine McKee, 83 of Ewing departed this life on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at Compassionate Care Hospice at St. Francis Medical Center. Born in Meter, GA, Geraldine was educated in the Statesboro, GA Public School System. She was employed by the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital for over 32 years. She was a very active member of Friendship Baptist Church where she was a part of the Mother's Ministry, Golden Community Ministry, Mother of Christian Education, Mother of the Trustees, Never Alone Memorial Ministry and the Beautification Ministry. She was also a member of AFSCME Retiree Counsel #1. Geraldine was predeceased by a son, Nathaniel McKee; her parents, William and Elizabeth Bell; grandfather, Reverend Johnnie Williams and her grandmother, Maxie Waters. Geraldine is survived by three daughters, Linia "Faye" Hawkins, Sherry (Archie) Jones and Jacqueline (Fred) Eutsey; two sons, Shawn and Terrance McKee; a daughter-in-law, Renee McKee; grandchildren, Rodney Hawkins, Kamarie (Gregory) Smith, Archie (Cristina) Jones, David (Lakeira) Jones, Harold (Rasheeda) Magby, Tony Wynn, Nicole, Kellen, Lauren, Shannon, Nathaniel and Daria McKee; 15 great grandchildren; a sister, Mattie (Clarence, Jr.) Guyton; a god sister, Julia Pearl Simmons; devoted cousin, Rita McCullough; daughter-in-law, Ansonia M. Stevens; a nephew, Renwick Guyton; a niece, Felicia Guyton; a goddaughter, Cassandra Pinkney, The Golden Girls, Laverne McRae, Trudy Pinkney, Ollie Little and Lois Moore and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Services will be Monday, April 20, 2015 at 11:00 am at Friendship Baptist Church 111 Perry St. Trenton. Interment will be in Ewing Cemetery. Calling hours will be Monday from 9 am to 11am at the chapel. Arrangements are by Campbell Funeral Chapel, Trenton.
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 19, 2015
Meseroll, Helen Wallace* - Princeton Junction  
Helen Wallace Meseroll PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ – Helen Margaret (Wallace) Meseroll, 94, peacefully passed away on 30 March 2015, at The Elms of Cranbury, where she resided since September 2014. Helen was born 31 October 1920 in Seneca, IL the daughter of Margaret L. Kelly, LaSalle, IL and Herman John Wallace, Paducah, KY. She was preceded in death by her husband Vincent Francis Meseroll, Highland Park, NJ; her sister Mary Arlene (Wallace) Corrigan, Ransom, IL and; brother Gerald Joseph Wallace, Lansing, MI. Helen retired from PDQ Press in Princeton Junction in 2009 when the firm closed after working almost 30 years. She was a homemaker for 20 years before PDQ Press. Prior to this she was a stenographer with the Union Carbide Plastics Co., Ottawa, IL from 1949 to 1959. During World War II, from 1942 to 1945, she worked in a clerical position at the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company’s Seneca shipyard where the company built Landing Ship Tanks (LSTs) used in the European and Pacific theaters. While not a “Rosie the Riveter”, she was proud of her wartime contributions including donating blood, which she continued to do throughout her lifetime through the American Red Cross, amounting to over 10 gallons. She began her secretarial career with the law offices of Butters & Berry, Ottawa, IL in 1940. Helen was a graduate of the Peacock Secretarial School, Ottawa, IL in 1940 and Seneca High School, Seneca, IL in 1938. Helen and Vincent married on 21 November 1959 and they enjoyed more than 48 years of happy marriage together; 34 of these years were spent living in Princeton Junction, NJ. She is survived by her son Dennis James, who she encouraged to pursue his international educational and business interests and her daughter-in-law to-be Chongkonluk Mayupun of Chiangmai, Thailand and Paris, France; her AFS exchange student son Dr. Ricardo Muller Kautzmann, Grammado, Brazil; her former daughter-in-law Sumittra Meesuwan of Bangkok, Thailand and her beloved cat Bridget as well as nieces and nephews John “Jack” (Vicki) Corrigan, Ottawa, IL; Margaret “Peggy” (Frank) Francisco and Frank (Carol) Corrigan, Ransom, IL; Mary Margaret (Douglas) Dennis, Parkersburg, WV; Anne (Meseroll) Trick, Kettering, OH; Joan (Meseroll) Brannen, Mary Kathryn Meseroll, Paul (Barbara) Meseroll, Cincinnati, OH and; Janet Meseroll (David) Lentz, Chalfont, PA plus many more grand and great grand nieces and nephews and close family friends from around the world. A viewing will be held at the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, Princeton, NJ from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on 1 May and 12:00 - 01:30 p.m. on 2 May followed by a mass of Christian burial at 2:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Princeton. An open house and reception will be held at the Meseroll home following the mass, all are invited. In lieu of flowers, family members request memorial contributions in Helen’s name be made to benefit The Fulbright Program c/o Nancy Kim, Strategic Development, Institute of International Education, 809 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, 212.984.5446 or nkim@iie.org. Alternatively to the AFS-USA student exchange program c/o Aimee Calandria, AFS-USA, Inc., 120 Wall Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10005, 646.751.2012 or acalandria@afsusa.org. The Meseroll family also encourages you to contact the nearest office of the American Red Cross and make a donation of blood in Helen’s name and give the gift of life.
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 21, 2015
Miller, Jeffrey* - Riverdale  
Jeffrey Paul Miller RIVERDALE - Jeffrey Paul Miller, 38, of Riverdale, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at home. Born in Trenton, he was a Hamilton area resident for many years before moving away in 2001. Jeff grew up in Mercerville and attended University Heights Elementary School, Crockett Middle School and Nottingham High School. He was a member of NHS class of 1995. Jeff was a member of the soccer, baseball and wrestling teams while at Nottingham. Wrestling was his passion; he loved the “Swamprats”. Jeff was a graduate of Rider University, class of 1999, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Jeff was a member of ZBT while at Rider, and always enjoyed, as well as cherished, the friendships he made with his brothers. After college, Jeff taught Special Education at Clifton High School, in the Summit School District, and at Elmwood Park High School. At each school, he helped coach the wrestling team. Seven years ago, Jeff co-founded The Learning Experience in Waldwick which has won multiple national awards for providing exceptional childcare. Jeff adored his children and loved nothing more than watching Nicholas play hockey and Daniella play soccer and basketball, plus watch her perform dance and acro. Spending time at the shore with his children also brought great joy! An avid NJ Devils fan, Jeff took great pleasure in attending games at the Rock with his kids. He was proud of the fact they all attended Stanley Cup games. Also a member of Red Sox Nation, Jeff loved his “pilgrimages” to Fenway Park and Yawkey Way with the kids, and was present in Boston the night the 2013 Sox won the World Series. Jeff is survived by his children, Nicholas and Daniella; his parents, William C. and Marylou W. Miller; his brothers, Sean Miller and companion, Jenny and Douglas Miller and his wife, Jenny; his sister, Lauren Borican and her husband, Andre Borican; his nieces and nephews, Rachel and Brian Miller and Eric and Ethan Borican: and his cousin, Karin Deustch. A Visitation for family and friends will be held on Monday, April 27, 2015, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Saul Colonial Home, 3795 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, NJ. Cremation will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Jeff’s memory to the Boys and Girls Club of Northwest New Jersey, 153 Garside Avenue, Wayne, NJ 07470. www.saulfuneralhomes.com
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 25, 2015
Murphy, Desmond A.* - Trenton  
Desmond A. Murphy, 66, of Trenton passed away at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania on Monday, April 13, 2015 with his loving family at his side. Born in Dublin, Ireland on September 28, 1948, Desmond immigrated to the United States with his family when he was 7 years old. His younger years were spent on Long Island in East Meadow and in Huntington, New York. At the age of 18, he joined the Army and served in Vietnam in 1967 and 1968. After his discharge from the military in 1971, he took up residence in Trenton, NJ and opened Murphy's 149 Club on Washington Street. He also worked as a banking consultant with Capital Partners, Inc. in Fallsington, PA. In addition, Desmond was one of the founders of the Trenton Saint Patrick's Day Parade in 1985, a tradition that still lives on to this day. A member of the United States Army 1st Calvary in the Vietnam Conflict, Desmond received the Army Commendation Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal, Two Purple Hearts, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, and the IOS Bar Air Medal. Desmond was a member of the American Legion Post 31, a life member of the VFW Post 491, the Ancient Order of the Hibernians (the Monsignor Crean Division #1), Military Order of the Cootie, DAV Chapter 41, Vietnam Veterans United of Mercer County and the New Jersey Mission of Honor. Desmond Murphy was a man with a heart of gold. "Murphy," as he was so affectionately called, always went out of his way to be of service to others. His acts of kindness and thoughtfulness brought joy to saddened hearts and smiles to tear-stained faces. He could always be seen dropping off food to the poor and the homeless at the Trenton Soup Kitchen, visiting veterans nursing homes in the Hamilton area, and collecting clothing for the various veterans organizations. He was passionate about participating in the American Legion National Program, distributing red crepe paper poppies in exchange for donations to assist disabled and hospitalized veterans, as well as helping active-duty military personnel and their families with medical and financial needs. Additionally, "Murphy" gave of his time and energy to the church. He ran the Bingo for many, many years at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish and volunteered wherever he was needed. "Murphy's" caring ways knew no bounds and made Jesus' love felt by all those whose lives he touched so beautifully. As Desmond returns home to his heavenly Father, he will be greeted by his parents, Augustine O. and Violet Murphy, his grandparents, his mother-in-law, Dorothy M. Lettiere, and his extended family members who have gone before him. Desmond will be greatly missed by his wife, Denise Y. Murphy and his children, Caitlin M. Murphy and Colleen R. Murphy; his stepdaughter, Jennifer Carseberg and her spouse Mats Carseberg of Hamilton; his grandchildren, Danny Donoher and Alex Carseberg of Hamilton; his brother Augustine P. Murphy of Deltona, Florida; his cousins Eamon Moore and Buddy Moore, both of Dublin, Ireland; his sister-in-law Carole J. Ross and her spouse John A. Ross of Kansas, his sister-in-law Sister Dorothy Lettiere, RSM of Guam, and his brother-in-law Michael A. Lettiere and his wife Louise Lettiere of Yardville. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, April 21, at 9:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 3816 East State St. Ext., Hamilton. Calling hours will be Monday, from 5 to 8 p.m., and Tuesday, from 8 to 9 a.m., at the M. William Murphy Funeral Home, 1863 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, NJ 08619. American Legion Post 31 will hold a ceremony Monday at 6:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Wrightstown, New Jersey.
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 17, 2015
Murray, James Henry* - Hamilton  
James Henry Murray James Henry Murray, 72 of Hamilton departed this life on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at Compassionate Care Hospice at St. Francis. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Sonny, Jimmy, Jim and Sparky as he known was a resident of Trenton for most of his life. He was educated in the Trenton Public School System and was a 1960 graduate of Trenton Central High School. He was employed by Mercer County Community College as a Supervisor of Receiving and Supplies, retiring after 37 years. He also loved to cook, catering many private and political functions. He was a member of Wayne Avenue Baptist Church where he was ordained a deacon and sang with the male chorus. He was predeceased by his parents, Helena and David Murray; a son, Kevin J. Murray; two grandsons, Chaz Murray and Jharod Echols; three sisters, Juanita Lewis, Ruth Taylor and Marilyn Burris and a brother, John. He is survived by his loving wife of 29 years, Delores; a son, Wayne (Carmen) of Willingboro; two daughters, Kimberly Murray of Trenton; Clare (Herbert) Echols of Trenton; a sister, Marion Gilliard (Robert) of Trenton; a brother, David (Claudia) of Trenton; two brothers-in-law, John Burris of Trenton and Walter Staton (Virginia) of Ewing; 6 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Celebration of Life Services will be Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 11am at Wayne Avenue Baptist Church 30 Wayne Ave. Trenton, NJ. Interment will be in Ewing Cemetery. Calling hours will be Saturday from 9am to 11am at the church. Arrangements are by Campbell Funeral Chapel, Trenton.
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Published in The Trentonian on Apr. 23, 2015
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