Thursday, May 23, 2013
Viscomi died on Tuesday after a long battle with a rare genetic disease.
Lucas S. Viscomi, 19, Little Silver, died Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at home, surrounded by his loving family and caring nurses. He was born in Red Bank and lived all his life in Little Silver. He attended Ladacin Network/Shroth School in Wanamassa where he had many friends and was lovingly cared for. Lucas courageously battled a rare genetic disease Metachromatic Leukodystrophy for more than 10 years with much laughter and tremendous will. The medical community learned so much from Lucas's life in dealing with all the life threatening issues this disease dealt him. The family received unconditional love and support over all these years from family, friends and community. Lucas was predeceased by his grandparents, Frank and Lillian Viscomi. He…
Monday, April 15, 2013
The Long Branch resident was a former member and past president of the Ladies Auxilary of the Eatontown Elks; former member of the Long Branch Seniors, SCAN, and was a member of the Tinton Falls Seniors Club.
Monday, April 15
Grace Regina (Gibbons) Mahon, 85, of Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, April 11, 2013 surrounded by her family. She was born and raised in Newark, NJ. The daughter of the late James Nelson Gibbons and the late Catherine Cunningham Gibbons, she graduated from Good Counsel High School and became a Registered Nurse after graduating from Saint James Nursing School in 1947. She married Joseph R. Mahon in 1950 and moved to the Jersey Shore and over the next thirteen years had eleven children. While raising her children in Long Branch, Grace did private duty nursing, taught CCD classes at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church; and finished her nursing career in the office of Doctor John Stockfish. She was a former member and …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
A member of the First Baptist Church of Red Bank, Noglows enjoyed playing bridge, bowling, golf, and traveling with her family, according to Legacy.com.
Flora Noglow, 87, who lived in Little Silver for over 60 years, died on April 6, according to Legacy.com. Noglows is survived by her husband of 62 years, Paul William Noglows, her son William Noglows and his wife Michelle of Hinsdale, IL, her daughters Elizabeth Siciliano and her husband Ric of Oceanport, Gail Fleming and her husband Don of Pennington, NJ and Diane Cooke and her husband Robert of Berlin, MD Also surviving are her brothers and sister: Colin Kennovin of New Smyrna Beach, FL, David Kennovin of Plainfield, NJ and Margaret Barry of Tinton Falls, NJ and her seven grandchildren, according to Legacy.com. Visitation Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9 pm at The Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. Red Bank. Funeral service Thursday 10 a.m. at the…
Monday, March 4, 2013
A funeral for the Little Silver resident, who died March 1, will be held on Tuesday.
Gerard "Gerry" Deverin, 48, an avid lacrosse player and Chapel Beach Club member, died on March 1, according to Legacy.com. Deverin lived in Navesink before moving to Little Silver in 1995, according to the report, and was a fan of Notre Dame, the Jets and the Rangers and was a graduate of Monmouth University. Surviving is his wife, Lori Deverin; daughter, Kathleen and his sons, Peter and Ryan; his parents Bernard and Claire Deverin of Red bank; his brothers, Bernard and wife Midge of Westport CT, and Sean and wife Michele of Fair Haven , his sisters, Charlene Deverin Kirtley and husband Robin of New York City, and Eileen Deverin Radovich and husband Harry of Locust; his mother-in-law, Betty Andrews of Kearny; sister in law, Linda and …
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The long-time Little Silver resident died on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Alexandre Carlos Grilli, 76, who lived with his wife of 53 years in Little Silver, died on Tuesday, Feb. 26, according to Legacy.com. Until recently, Grilli was an avid soccer player and played with local club teams. He was also a communicant at the Church of the Nativity in Fair Haven and enjoyed spending time at Monmouth Park and greeting fellow diners each day at Edie's Luncheonette in Little Silver. Carlos is survived by his wife of 53 years, Maria; a son, Alexandre of Little Silver; two daughters, Diane and husband Richard Tobin of Little Silver and Arleen and husband John Byren of Fair Haven; sister, Neusa Gama of Vero Beach, FL and seven grandchildren, Bridget, Michael, Brian, Drew, Will, Kyle and Nicole. There are no visitation …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Investment banker; father of four
Wednesday, February 20
Eric Charles Langille, of Rumson, died suddenly at his Rumson home on Sunday, Feb. 17. Son of Edward Leo and Priscilla Langille, Eric was born in Northhampton, MA. A New England native, he graduated from Wesleyan University, CT, in 1982, with a bachelor's degree and then earned his M.B.A. New York University 1983 and went on to a career in investment banking. After marrying Jeanne Clark in 1987, he settled and raised his family, including sons Oliver, Clark and Bryce and daughter Olya, in Rumson. There he was known as an active sports parent and supporter of charities, such as Cradle of Hope and the Diamond Club. In addition to being survived by his wife of 25 years, Eric is also survived by: brothers Kurt Langille, of Wilbraham, MA, and …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Little Silver resident was instrumental in determining features like round buttons over square and how they should be arranged on the phone as an industrial psychologist for Bell Labs from 1945 to 1977.
Tuesday, February 12
John E. Karlin, 94, a Little Silver resident who helped steer telephone calls away from exchanges to all-number dialing following World War II and developed the phone keypad, died on Jan. 28, according to an article in The New York Times. Karlin worked for Bell Labs from 1945 to 1977 as an industrial psychologist, according to the article, and was responsible for helping to develop features like the length of a phone cord, the size of its buttons once rotary dialing became a thing of the past and the format of the phone keypad. An accomplished violinist, Karlin was a member of the board of trustees of the Red Bank Chamber Music Society and the Monmouth Conservatory of Music, according to Legacy.com. He was part of the group that founded …
Monday, February 11, 2013
Arnold Natali was among five Monmouth County residents to be confirmed by the state senate this month.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The longtime Little Silver resident, whose son runs the eponymous market in town, died on Dec. 31.
Wednesday, January 2
Adelaide Hoyt Sickles, 81, whose family has run Sickles Market in Little Silver for more than 50 years, died on Dec. 31. Sickles was married to Robert W. Sickles for nearly 60 years, according to an obituary on the Thompson Funeral Home website. She also is survived by her four children, Ginny (Finn), Bob (Leslie), Jane (Michael) and Ted and four grandchildren, Tori, Sasha, Tristan and Liam. She graduated from Red Bank High School and completed studies at Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School in New York City, working then as a secretary at Shadow Lawn Savings and Loan in Long Branch. The Sickles set up a stand to sell the produce they grew on their farm on Harrison Avenue off Rumson Road, according to the market's website, which eventually …
Monday, December 31, 2012
Robert Melita, of Fair Haven, died on Dec. 27. Services begin on Jan. 2.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Robert Anthony Melita, 21, a 2009 graduate of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, passed away at his Fair Haven home on Dec. 27. The son of Charles and Beth Melita, Robert "had a zest for life and, for those who had the privilege of knowing him, he has left his footprint on their lives," his obituary on the Thompson Memorial Home Web site said. Robert, who also attended Brookdale Community College, was known for his work with Fair Haven children, specifically as an umpire with Little League Baseball. Also a member of the Titans (Sunday) softball team with his father, and a bowler, Robert enjoyed cooking and was a communicant of the Church of the Nativity, Fair Haven. He loved spending time with his girlfriend Samantha, friends, family…