News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
She encouraged the youth at Kimisis Tis Theotokou to learn more about their Greek culture through dance.
McEowen was a PhD in computer engineering who worked at Bell Laboratories for 30 years and took an active role in Holmdel community life.
Boyce, a Vietnam Veteran, worked at the front desk of the Hazlet Post Office.
Cena was a graduate of Raritan High School's Class of 2011.
A resident of Holmdel for 20 years, with family in Hazlet.
Walsh was a member of the Elks in Keyport.
May is survived by a family members in Hazlet and 8 grandchildren.
A memorial service has been planned by his staff for Saturday, June 14.
Wang worked as a computer analyst at Bell Labs, a nutritionist and real estate agent.
She was born in Union Beach.
Brady, who worked at Bell Labs in Holmdel, was an active community volunteer with a special interest in colonial era music.
Nappi worked for the US Postal Service.
Spalliero was born in Italy. With his family, he operated the Roman Inn, now called Yesterday's, with locations in Hazlet and Bayville.
Worked as a Marine Superintendent at Maher Terminals and enjoyed golf, sports trivia and his family.
The owner of Mack-Morris Beth Thomas Realtors.
US Army Air Force veteran, active in the Greek Orthodox Church, supporter of community organizations.
Former President of the Monmouth Conservatory of Music, the Monmouth County Arts Council, the Holmdel Republican Club.