Newton Obituaries

Newton Obituaries

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  • Thursday Apr 13 | via The Advertiser News (North) 

    Bereavement Center moves to new location

    The Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center took occupancy in its new, permanent home on April 1. Formerly located on 61 Spring Street in Newton, the Bereavement Center is now be located on 5 Plains Road in Augusta in the former Moonlight Imaging building. The new Bereavement Center in Augusta is central headquarters for the bereavement program with satellite centers located on 214 Washington Street in Hackettstown and at the United Methodist Church, on Ann Street in Milford, Penn.

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  • Wednesday Apr 12 | via The Advertiser News (South) 

    Glenn Charles Petkos

    Glenn Charles Petkos, 68 years old, died after a short illness at Karen Ann Quinlan Home for Hospice, Fredon Twp., N.J., on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Born to George and Helen Petkos in Paterson, N.J., he lived in Paterson, then Vernon Twp., NJ for 23 years before moving to the Crystal Springs section of Hardyston Twp., N.J., 15 years ago.

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  • Monday Apr 10 | via The Sparta Independent 

    Updated Colonial is move-in ready

    This updated four-bedroom Colonial, renovated in 2016, has it all and is on nine protected acres with a new kitchen and bathrooms making this house move-in ready. The two-story foyer makes for quite the entrance.

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  • Saturday Apr 8 | via New Jersey Herald 

    Sussex County Land Ownership Map of 1860 now has dir...

    Photo by Jennie Sweetman - On Nov. 15, 1847, Henry W. McCamley and Wife transferred land to Carlos Allen, M.D., for the purpose of constructing a home. For some years, the white, wood-frame dwelling served as a vicarage for the St. Thomas Episcopal Church of which Dr. Allen was a founding member.

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  • Wednesday Mar 29 | via New Jersey Herald 

    Bereavement Center moves to Frankford

    The Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center will take occupancy in its new, permanent home on Saturday. Formerly located at 61 Spring St. in Newton, the Bereavement Center will now be located at 5 Plains Road in the former Moonlight Imaging building.

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  • Mar 27, 2017 | via The Advertiser News (South) 

    Ethel B. Aumick

    Ethel B. Aumick, 81 died Friday March 24, 2017 at Newton Medical Center. Mrs. Aumick, daughter of the late Asa and Olive Mackerley was born in Newton September 12, 1935.

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