Hackensack Obituaries

Hackensack Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Hackensack, NJ

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  • Wednesday Aug 17 | via Fredericksburg.com 

    Marie H. Uzzalino

    Marie was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on April 12, 1942, to Walter J. and Helena Janssens and lived most of her young life in Hackensack, N.J. After college, Marie was a school teacher for many years until she moved to Wappingers Falls, N.Y., with her husband, George. She then held many jobs.

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  • Tuesday Aug 16 | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times 

    Lifelong resident Henrietta Peckio-Sobanski dies at 82

    She lived her entire life in Glen Rock as did her parents, Henrietta VanDerWall and Henry Kuiper, and her grandparents. After retiring from Pascack Valley Hospital, she spent her final years working for the Glen Rock Community Church as property manager.

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  • Tuesday Aug 16 | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times 

    Roger Nafash dies at the age of 73

    Roger Henry Nafash, 73, of Wood-Ridge since 1950, passed away on August 13, 2016. Mr. Nafash received his bachelor's degree from Ramapo College.

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  • Tuesday Jul 26 | via NorthJersey.com 

    Melvin Freund of Paramus dies

    He was the husband of Judith Freund; father of Laurie Schwartz and her husband Leonard of Teaneck and Richard Freund and his wife Dr. Lisa Duddy of Teaneck; grandfather of Dina Gluck and her husband Michael of Manhattan, David Schwartz and his wife Sarah Cassidy of Philadelphia and Alec Freund of Teaneck. Funeral services will be held at Gutterman and Musicant in Hackensack at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 26. For further information, contact Richard Freund at [email protected]

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  • Jul 21, 2016 | via Philly.com 

    Ken Bookman, writer on food

    Ken Bookman, 67, of Bala Cynwyd, a journalist who turned a passion for cooking into a successful career as a food editor and cookbook writer, died Sunday, July 17, at his home after a long struggle with uveal melanoma, a cancer of the eye. Mr. Bookman, known to colleagues for his razor-sharp wit as much as his finely honed culinary skills, was food editor at the Inquirer at a time when newspapers started covering restaurants and cooking as seriously as they did cops and courts.

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