A memorial service will be held Saturday.
Friday, January 25, 2013
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Susan Neibert, who died on Dec. 29, worked at Southern Boulevard School for 17 years.
When Michael Neibert attended his wife Susan's memorial service on Jan. 4, there was one thing that left him "pleasantly surprised." "There were a lot of parents and former students there, people who knew Sue from Southern Boulevard School, and came to the service," Neibert said. "She knew a lot of kids in town, no question about that." Susan, a longtime resident of Chatham Township, died on Dec. 29 at the age of 60 after what her husband called "a long battle with cancer." She was employed at Southern Boulevard School for 17 years as a teacher's aid and a secretary in the front office, in a job which her husband said was one of the great passions of her life. "I think overall Sue really loved children," Michael said. She was a stay-at-…
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Chris D'Ambrosio died on Dec. 6 after a long battle with cancer.
Christopher J. D'Ambrosio, a former deputy chief of the Chatham Borough Fire Department, died at the age of 45 at Morristown Memorial Hospital on Thursday, Dec. 6. When a special person comes into your life and their time comes to pass, there is a feeling of moral obligation to stop our own life and reflect. Chris D’Ambrosio was one of those people; a man who, in the words of Cathi Losavio, "was so much fun, always joking around." Besides touching several friends and family members, his life also made an impression on several uniformed fire department and police staff in the Chathams that came to pay their respects at his funeral at Wm. A. Bradley and Son on Dec. 10. In D'Ambrosio's honor, five police and fire department units from …
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
The veteran Morris County assemblyman collapsed just after a long late-night session in Trenton.
State Assemblyman Alex DeCroce died suddenly late Monday night after a long deliberative session at the Statehouse, according to multiple reports. He was 75 years old. Gov. Chris Christie will postpone Tuesday's planned State of the State, but will still address the Legislature to eulogize DeCroce, according to several reports. The Parsippany resident, who represented the 26th legislative district in Trenton since 1989, collapsed and died in a first-floor bathroom in the Statehouse just before 11:30 p.m., right after the legislature completed its final voting session. DeCroce was the state's longest-serving assemblyman. He served as the General Assembly's deputy speaker from 1994-2001 and was elevated to minority leader in 2003. In …