News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
DeRosa was a chef at NYC's famous Tavern on the Green, now closed.
From 1956 to 1958 he served in the United States Navy and was honorably discharged as a Radarman Petty Officer First Class.
Roldan retired to Freehold Township.
A WWII veteran who was married 67 years and lived to know his 16 great-grandchildren.
Bennett was a victim of a tragic car accident on Route 9 in Old Bridge Monday.
The former high school athlete was found unresponsive at his hotel room in St. Padre Island while vacationing on spring break, according to news reports.
He worked on rail cars and played soccer throughout Europe before fleeing Hungary in 1956 during the Hungarian Revolution.
Rosa was born and raised in Portugal before coming to the U.S.
Weiss was a Freehold Township resident and a volunteer member of the Freehold First Aid and Emergency Squad.
Peter J. Ciorciari was a parishioner of St. Robert's.
Trippiedi was a parishioner of St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church.
Wilson was an artist who also worked for the Summit Board of Education.
Jacobsen was a member of Hope Lutheran Church
Lyttle was an avid runer and was named Monmouth County Teacher of the Year in 2002.
Worked as an executive secretary at American Express
Moved to Freehold in 1985.
Served on the staff of Gen. Douglas McArthur during World War II.
Previously worked as an accountant in Trenton.
Also lived in Linden, Toms River and Sayreville.
Moved to New Jersey from Pennsylvania 44 years ago.