Jon F
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February 01, 2015
This is actually really funny. Like, no one else believes the mayor is resigning, and the fact that it keeps getting printed just shows how out of touch the paper is with what's going on in the community. When does the paper start walking back all the space they've dedicated to fiction? I predict in a few weeks the dialogue changes to something like "well she was going to resign but circumstances changed." It's really a shame because it would be nice to actually read an informed columnist talk about Hoboken - but I guess you get what you pay for, which, in this case, is nothing.
BACKIEL, PATRICIA
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Funeral mass was held Jan. 22 at Immaculate Conception Church for Patricia Backiel, 62, of Secaucus. She passed away Jan. 20. She was the wife of the late Frank Backiel; mother of Harry and his wife Kristin, Frank and his wife Christina and Erika DiMase and her husband Matthew; grandmother of Sierra, Connor and Joseph; sister of Carol Lewis and her husband Jack and the late Virginia McCaffery; sister-in-law of Dennis McCaffery. Patricia is also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Services arranged by the Mack Memorial Home, Secaucus.
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BECK, WILLIAM ROY
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A funeral service was held Jan. 24 for William Roy Beck, 94, of Clark, formerly of Hoboken. He passed away Jan. 16. William was born in Kalamazoo, Mich. to parents Jessie Leroy and Mary Beck. Before retiring, William worked for Universal Folding Box. He was a Navy veteran who served during World War II. He was the husband of the late Helen; father of Donald Beck and his wife Pamela of Paramus and the late Alan Beck; grandfather of Dan Beck and his wife Allison and Alana Beck; brother of the late Frederick and Donald Beck. Services arranged by the Vander Plaat Memorial Home, Paramus.
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BUDA, ALFRED S.
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A memorial service for Alfred S. Buda, 92, of Edgewater, formerly of Ridgefield, Weehawken and Hoboken, was held Jan. 28 at the St Ann’s RC Church, Hoboken. He passed away Jan. 24 at the Villa Marie Claire Hospice Care Center in Saddle River. Alfred was the husband of Madeline for 67 years; father of Ignatius Buda and his wife Theresa, Catherine Ball and her husband Christopher; brother of Frank Buda and sister Angela Scatina, and the late Joseph Buda. In addition, there are eight grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Al was a WWII Navy veteran in the South Pacific as a SeaBee. In 1950 he graduated Stevens Institute of Technology and was also the owner of a family painting business that was well known throughout the state of NJ. He was appointed by the governor of New Jersey as a Board of Trustee of the Industrial Schools of Hoboken. Member of the Holy Name Society of St. Ann’s and became a Trustee for 35 years. Member of the VFW, American Legion and became Exalted Ruler of the Weehawken Elks, Lodge number 1456. Known as “Captain Al” in the Cat’s Meow in Hoboken and a member of the Harmoneers in Ridgefield. Services arranged by the Lawton Funeral Home, Hoboken.
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BUTHMANN, BARBARA PEIN
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A funeral mass took place Jan. 23 at Immaculate Conception Church for Barbara Pein Buthmann, 79, of Secaucus. She passed away quietly on Jan. 17 surrounded by her family. She was the wife of the late William Harold Pein and Richard Buthmann; mother of William and his wife Frances, Aldwin and his wife Kathleen, Cathleen McDonald and her husband George and Nancy Kessler and her husband Kevin; and stepmother of Caren Strasko and her two brothers. Barbara was grandmother to William Pein and his wife Jaclyn, Melissa Gicherman and her husband Mark, John Pein, Lauren Campbell and her husband Robert, Michael Pein, Eric and Steven McDonald, Thomas and Chelsea Kessler, Ryan and Katie Strasko and Keri Sinoy. She was great grandmother to Kayla, Andrew, Jordyn, Elizabeth, Olivia, Ella, Emily, Samantha, Matthew and Abigail; and sister of the late John and Andrew Mayer and Ann Merz. Barbara is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services arranged by the Mack Memorial Home, Secaucus.
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