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1407 Old Eastern Avenue
Essex, MD 21221
(410) 686-4888
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Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Naples, Fla. He was 96.His death was confirmed this week by his son John.As an imposing, 6-foot-4 United States attorney for New Jersey, Mr. Lacey smashed the corrupt Democratic machines in Essex and Hudson Counties.He successfully prosecuted Mayors Hugh J. Addonizio of Newark and Thomas J. Whelan of Jersey City; John V. Kenny, the Hudson County party boss; and Mafia leaders with whom local politicians, power brokers and officials conspired to plunder the public coffers.Within four years, Mr. Lacey and his successor, Herbert J. Stern, won the convictions of three-dozen government officials after what Mr. Lacey called “the most intensive investigation ever conducted by the federal government in New Jersey” had uncovered graft “unmatched in anything in my experience.”“Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffi...

FRANK L. MAIN - Youngstown Vindicator

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

COLUMBIANA ? Frank L. Main, 76, passed away early Saturday morning, April 1, 2017, at Essex of Salem III due to complications of lung cancer. Frank was born on Feb. 12, 1941, in Beaver Falls, Pa., a son of Frank S. and Wilda (McGowan) Main. He was a member of the first graduating class from Beaver Local High School in 1959. Frank worked as a maintenance/operator for National Refractories/ Kaiser in Columbiana. He enjoyed bowling, especially at Arrowhead Lanes, and belonged to the First Christian Church in Columbiana. He is survived by two sons, Kevin of Dayton and Jesse of Louisville, Ky. and their mother, Linda Bowen of Shepherdsville, Ky. Frank was preceded in death by his parents; a half-sister, Jean Phillips; a half-brother, Earl Main; and an infant brother. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 5, at 11 a.m. at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home, 154 S. Elm St. in Columbiana, with Pastor John Reed officiating. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home, as well as at 1...

Obituary: Eren Dylan Dubé, 1988-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, March 13, 2017

February 23, 2017 at the home of his loving care-giver Nadia Leon.Eren was born in Berlin, VT on May 24, 1988. He was the son of Elden Dubé of Montpelier, VT and Rebecca Johnston of Essex Jct., VT.Eren is survived by his sister Mattie, his brother Samuel, his maternal grandparents, Robert and Stephanie Johnston of Strafford, VT and many uncles, aunts, and cousins. Eren was pre-deceased by his paternal grandparents, Siméon and Mattie Dubé of Madawaska, ME.Eren was born with developmental disabilities and although he lived a short and challenged life, his life was full of love, smiles, happiness and hugs- especially hugs!Many people crossed Eren’s path, deeply enriching his life, as well as he impacting theirs. Eren’s family would like to thank them for their accepting and assimilating him into their everyday lives with respect and dignity that all individuals, no matter the circumstances, deserve. Our thanks go out to the staff and volunteers at the local hospitals; Family Center of Washington County; Washington County Mental Health Services; teachers and staff in the Montpelier School System (UES, MSMS, MHS); coaches and partners of MPS Unified Sports, Special Olympics and the extremely dedicated, caring and loving personal care assistants.In lieu of flowers, contributions of ...

Obituary: Doris Haim, 1935-2017 Colchester - Seven Days

Monday, March 13, 2017

Doris Haim, age 82, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2017.She was born October 20, 1935 in Essex.She is survived by her family: Sean Cambell, her son; Lena, her daughter; and Mark Harrington, her grandson; as well as friends Ron and Terry of Ludlow.Doris and her family would like to thank the staff of the University of Vermont Medical Center for all of their support and kindness.It was Doris' wishes that there be no visiting hours or memorial services. Burial will be at a later date at the convenience of the family.

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

He was a discerning culinary artist who readily offered his unfiltered opinion on Vermont local cuisine, and he was truly loved in his role as manager at the Essex High School Cafeteria. Even when he lived in New York, he often drove to New Haven for the better pizza.In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his family and friends, and spending family time in his backyard jungle of canna lilies and angel’s trumpets. Paul also had a great love for baseball, his passion for the sport developed during his childhood in Waitsfield as a member of the Little League All-Star team, later an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and finally a passionate coach and referee for the local Burlington leagues.He is survived by his wife, Domye LaBrusciano of Burlington; his sons, Nico and Lorenzo of Burlington; his step-sons, Owen and Nathan Arre of Burlington; his parents, Ron LaBrusciano of Marlboro and Barbara Elsbeth, of Waitsfield; and his siblings: brother Christopher LaBrusciano, of Calais; sister, Anne LaBrusciano, of Marshfield; and brother, Peter LaBrusciano, of Brooklyn, New York.A memorial will be held in summer.

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Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Naples, Fla. He was 96.His death was confirmed this week by his son John.As an imposing, 6-foot-4 United States attorney for New Jersey, Mr. Lacey smashed the corrupt Democratic machines in Essex and Hudson Counties.He successfully prosecuted Mayors Hugh J. Addonizio of Newark and Thomas J. Whelan of Jersey City; John V. Kenny, the Hudson County party boss; and Mafia leaders with whom local politicians, power brokers and officials conspired to plunder the public coffers.Within four years, Mr. Lacey and his successor, Herbert J. Stern, won the convictions of three-dozen government officials after what Mr. Lacey called “the most intensive investigation ever conducted by the federal government in New Jersey” had uncovered graft “unmatched in anything in my experience.”“Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffi...

FRANK L. MAIN - Youngstown Vindicator

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

COLUMBIANA ? Frank L. Main, 76, passed away early Saturday morning, April 1, 2017, at Essex of Salem III due to complications of lung cancer. Frank was born on Feb. 12, 1941, in Beaver Falls, Pa., a son of Frank S. and Wilda (McGowan) Main. He was a member of the first graduating class from Beaver Local High School in 1959. Frank worked as a maintenance/operator for National Refractories/ Kaiser in Columbiana. He enjoyed bowling, especially at Arrowhead Lanes, and belonged to the First Christian Church in Columbiana. He is survived by two sons, Kevin of Dayton and Jesse of Louisville, Ky. and their mother, Linda Bowen of Shepherdsville, Ky. Frank was preceded in death by his parents; a half-sister, Jean Phillips; a half-brother, Earl Main; and an infant brother. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 5, at 11 a.m. at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home, 154 S. Elm St. in Columbiana, with Pastor John Reed officiating. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home, as well as at 1...

Obituary: Eren Dylan Dubé, 1988-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, March 13, 2017

February 23, 2017 at the home of his loving care-giver Nadia Leon.Eren was born in Berlin, VT on May 24, 1988. He was the son of Elden Dubé of Montpelier, VT and Rebecca Johnston of Essex Jct., VT.Eren is survived by his sister Mattie, his brother Samuel, his maternal grandparents, Robert and Stephanie Johnston of Strafford, VT and many uncles, aunts, and cousins. Eren was pre-deceased by his paternal grandparents, Siméon and Mattie Dubé of Madawaska, ME.Eren was born with developmental disabilities and although he lived a short and challenged life, his life was full of love, smiles, happiness and hugs- especially hugs!Many people crossed Eren’s path, deeply enriching his life, as well as he impacting theirs. Eren’s family would like to thank them for their accepting and assimilating him into their everyday lives with respect and dignity that all individuals, no matter the circumstances, deserve. Our thanks go out to the staff and volunteers at the local hospitals; Family Center of Washington County; Washington County Mental Health Services; teachers and staff in the Montpelier School System (UES, MSMS, MHS); coaches and partners of MPS Unified Sports, Special Olympics and the extremely dedicated, caring and loving personal care assistants.In lieu of flowers, contributions of ...

Obituary: Doris Haim, 1935-2017 Colchester - Seven Days

Monday, March 13, 2017

Doris Haim, age 82, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2017.She was born October 20, 1935 in Essex.She is survived by her family: Sean Cambell, her son; Lena, her daughter; and Mark Harrington, her grandson; as well as friends Ron and Terry of Ludlow.Doris and her family would like to thank the staff of the University of Vermont Medical Center for all of their support and kindness.It was Doris' wishes that there be no visiting hours or memorial services. Burial will be at a later date at the convenience of the family.

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

He was a discerning culinary artist who readily offered his unfiltered opinion on Vermont local cuisine, and he was truly loved in his role as manager at the Essex High School Cafeteria. Even when he lived in New York, he often drove to New Haven for the better pizza.In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his family and friends, and spending family time in his backyard jungle of canna lilies and angel’s trumpets. Paul also had a great love for baseball, his passion for the sport developed during his childhood in Waitsfield as a member of the Little League All-Star team, later an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and finally a passionate coach and referee for the local Burlington leagues.He is survived by his wife, Domye LaBrusciano of Burlington; his sons, Nico and Lorenzo of Burlington; his step-sons, Owen and Nathan Arre of Burlington; his parents, Ron LaBrusciano of Marlboro and Barbara Elsbeth, of Waitsfield; and his siblings: brother Christopher LaBrusciano, of Calais; sister, Anne LaBrusciano, of Marshfield; and brother, Peter LaBrusciano, of Brooklyn, New York.A memorial will be held in summer.