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Bound Brook Cemetery

Mountain Avenue
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
(732) 356-1021
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Conroy Funeral Home

21 West 2nd Street
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
(732) 356-0216
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Hagan Chamberlain Funeral Home

225 Mountain Avenue
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
(732) 356-0327
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St. Mary Parishioner, Loretta Geraldine Gardner, 100, has died - HamletHub

Monday, November 07, 2016

New Brunswick schools, until she left at age 14 to help support her family during the Depression, eventually landing a job at Bakelite Corporation in 1937. There she worked in quality control in the Bound Brook, New Jersey plant where she assisted Dr. Baekeland, inventor of plastics, in trying out new uses for this revolutionary product. When Bakelite was sold to Union Carbide Corporation in 1939, she became a Carbide employee for the next 40 years, working in cost accounting and distribution. Along the way, she attained her General Education Certificate at age 50.Geri was married in 1947 to Joseph John Homall who had recently returned to his position at Pathe Film Corporation after having served in World War 2 in North Africa and Italy. A daughter, Geraldine, was born to them, just months before Joseph met an untimely death at age 42. Undaunted, Geri enlisted friends and family to complete the building of her home while returning to Union Carbide where she worked until retirement.In 1980, Geri married Joel H. Gardner, a retired Vice President of Central New Jersey Bank and former captain during World War 2. She retired after 42 years of service with Union Carbide and moved to Brielle and later Brick, New Jersey. After Joel's death in 2002, she moved to Meadow Ridge in Redding, Ct., where she had many friends and was near her daughter and grandson. She was a member of St. Mary Parish in Ridgefield.Mom was a determined woman who worked hard to give me the education she was not able to afford herself. She loved working with her hands and was very accompl...

Frank Chapot, Olympic show jumper and coach, dies at age 84 - ESPN

Monday, August 15, 2016

Jun 21, 2016Associated PressBOUND BROOK, N.J. -- Frank Chapot, a champion show jumper who competed in six Olympics before coaching the U.S. equestrian team to gold, has died. He was 84.Chapot died early Monday morning at a nursing home in Bound Brook, his daughter Wendy Chapot Nunn said.Chapot was the youngest rider in the 1956 Olympic Games, his first, and would be a fixture on the equestrian team for the next 20 years, winning silver medals in 1960 and 1972. In the 1964 Games, he and Mary Mairs Chapot became the first husband-wife combination to ride for the U.S. equestrian team.He took over as coach of the U.S. squad in 1980. The Americans boycotted that year's Games but returned to competition in Los Angeles in 1984, where Chapot led the equestrian team to its first Olympic gold. His team won silver in 1988, and he continued to serve as coach until retiring after the 2004 Games in Athens."He loved competing for the United States of America," Nunn said. "Everything he had was red, white and blue."Frank Chapot...

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St. Mary Parishioner, Loretta Geraldine Gardner, 100, has died - HamletHub

Monday, November 07, 2016

New Brunswick schools, until she left at age 14 to help support her family during the Depression, eventually landing a job at Bakelite Corporation in 1937. There she worked in quality control in the Bound Brook, New Jersey plant where she assisted Dr. Baekeland, inventor of plastics, in trying out new uses for this revolutionary product. When Bakelite was sold to Union Carbide Corporation in 1939, she became a Carbide employee for the next 40 years, working in cost accounting and distribution. Along the way, she attained her General Education Certificate at age 50.Geri was married in 1947 to Joseph John Homall who had recently returned to his position at Pathe Film Corporation after having served in World War 2 in North Africa and Italy. A daughter, Geraldine, was born to them, just months before Joseph met an untimely death at age 42. Undaunted, Geri enlisted friends and family to complete the building of her home while returning to Union Carbide where she worked until retirement.In 1980, Geri married Joel H. Gardner, a retired Vice President of Central New Jersey Bank and former captain during World War 2. She retired after 42 years of service with Union Carbide and moved to Brielle and later Brick, New Jersey. After Joel's death in 2002, she moved to Meadow Ridge in Redding, Ct., where she had many friends and was near her daughter and grandson. She was a member of St. Mary Parish in Ridgefield.Mom was a determined woman who worked hard to give me the education she was not able to afford herself. She loved working with her hands and was very accompl...

Frank Chapot, Olympic show jumper and coach, dies at age 84 - ESPN

Monday, August 15, 2016

Jun 21, 2016Associated PressBOUND BROOK, N.J. -- Frank Chapot, a champion show jumper who competed in six Olympics before coaching the U.S. equestrian team to gold, has died. He was 84.Chapot died early Monday morning at a nursing home in Bound Brook, his daughter Wendy Chapot Nunn said.Chapot was the youngest rider in the 1956 Olympic Games, his first, and would be a fixture on the equestrian team for the next 20 years, winning silver medals in 1960 and 1972. In the 1964 Games, he and Mary Mairs Chapot became the first husband-wife combination to ride for the U.S. equestrian team.He took over as coach of the U.S. squad in 1980. The Americans boycotted that year's Games but returned to competition in Los Angeles in 1984, where Chapot led the equestrian team to its first Olympic gold. His team won silver in 1988, and he continued to serve as coach until retiring after the 2004 Games in Athens."He loved competing for the United States of America," Nunn said. "Everything he had was red, white and blue."Frank Chapot...