News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Amanda L. Gambacorto, 21, of Belford, was considered to have an "adventurous spirit", and loved such activities as rock climbing.
A graduate of Manalapan High School, and a postal employee.
Visitation will be held Sunday, with funeral services Monday.
A U.S. Marine who served in the Korean War, Delvescovo was most recently employed as a lunchroom custodian at Newbury School in Howel
Tremblay, 21, was a lifelong Howell resident who will be remembered for his athleticism and love of a good card game.
Spector died in a fatal two-vehicle crash on West Farm Road in Howell on Friday morning.
Willis previously worked as a manager at Tom's Tavern and a waitress at the Apollo Diner.
Leonard moved to the township in 1970.
Gary Alan Ascough served in the Manalapan Township Police Department for 27 years.
Robert Scott Handy was a self-employed auto broker.
She attended the Church of St. Veronica for 30 years.
Hoptay was a veteran who worked as an engineer for American Cyanamid before retiring.
Gregorio is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Lyttle was an avid runer and was named Monmouth County Teacher of the Year in 2002.
Rooney was a veteran who worked as an assembler at Foster Canning Company in Farmingdale for 40 years.
Libby had a passion for cooking and loved spending time with her family.
Kruper worked at Monmouth Medical Center and the Visiting Nurse Association.
Ellis was a bookkeeper at Matthews Chevrolet and Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center.
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