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Nacie Salny

Morristown - Nacie Salny, former art and entertainment editor for the Daily Record, passed away on February 9, 2017. Born in 1917 in Paterson, New Jersey, she graduated from Douglas College as an art major followed by a brief career teaching art. Upon her marriage to Stuart Salny, owner of Salny Brothers Men's Clothing Store, she became a life-long Morristown resident.

Her professional career with the Daily Record spanned eleven years, from 1966-1977. During that time, she was invited to become a charter Board member of the Arts Council of the Morris Area and remained an active member for many years. Further diversifying her career in the Arts, she held positions as Art Tour Director and Art Coordinator for AT&T Corporation in Basking Ridge, judged many area art shows and did other freelance assignments.

Nacie was previously an active member of the Morristown Jewish Community Center including coordinating the Art-o-Rama, a comprehensive charity art show sponsored by local synagogues. In addition, she was a lifetime member of Cedar Hill Country Club in Livingston where she won several golf awards and Boca Raton Country Club, where she was a member of its Hole-in-One Club.

She is survived by her sons Glen and wife Barbara of Randolph and Ron and his wife Susan of Rockaway Township, grandchildren Dara Raskin of Florida, Melissa Hassert of Morristown, Brian and Erica Salny of Rockaway Township, great grandchild Dylan Raskin of Florida and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Stuart.

In her memory, donations may be made to Temple Shalom (215 S. Hillside Avenue, Succasunna), Temple Adath Shalom (841 Mountain Way, Morris Plains) or a .

Services were private with arrangements by J.L. Apter Memorial Chapels of Dover.
Published in Daily Record on Feb. 14, 2018
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