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Alphoso E Brown Funeral Directors

335 Union Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 489-3399
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Cheek Funeral Home

226 Passaic
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 342-9400
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G. Thomas Gentile Funeral Service

397 Union St
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 487-1010
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Gutterman Musicant Funeral Directors

402 Park Street Suite 1
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 489-3800
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Hackensack Cemetery CO

323 Hackensack Avenue
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 342-1475
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Jones Earl I Funeral Home Inc

305 1st Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 487-8822
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Maple Grove Park Cemetery Association

535 Hudson Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 440-1607
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Hackensack NJ Obituaries and Death Notices

Obituary: Dr. Jan Huston Pryor - Montclair NJ News - TAPinto - TAPinto.net

Monday, March 27, 2017

She also served as medical director of the Connie Dwyer Breast Center at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Most recently, she served as a medical director at Hackensack UMC-Mountainside Hospital, where she was a strong proponent of evidence-based screening and treatment of breast disease. Jan was also the key investigator for a study of the Breathlink test, a promising cancer screening tool utilizing genetic markers in a patient's breath. Jan considered it a privilege to be a doctor, never losing her compassion and respect for all of her patients.Sign Up for E-NewsIn addition to Jan's legacy as a skilled physician, she leaves a loving, wild and amazing family. Jan and Jonathan have twelve children, including ten adopted from Texas, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, China, and Ethiopia. Confident in her deep faith and strong marriage, Jan felt called to adopt a number of older children with traumatic histories, believing they could thrive in a loving Christian family and supportive community. Drawing on her faith helped her overcome obstacles, and she inspired her patients and her children to do the same.Services celebrating Jan's life will be held in the First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, 326 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, NJ 07006 with a memorial gathering on Saturday, March 25 from 1- 5pm. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, March 26 at 3:30 p.m. Arrangements are in care of the Codey & Jones Funeral Home of Caldwell. To share memories and condolences please visit www.codeyjonesfh.com.Memorial donations can be made to the First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell Memorial Fund.The URL for livestreaming is www.livestream.com/FirstPresCaldwell...

Warrensburg's huge annual garage sale coming soon - Sun Community News

Monday, September 26, 2016

Advisory to residents and visitors:• From Friday Sept. 30 through Sunday Oct. 2, there is no parking on Main St. from the bandstand to Stewart Farrar Avenue, nor on Elm St., nor Emerson, Second, Hackensack, Horicon and Adirondack avenues. Parking is also prohibited on the north side of Stewart Farrar, and the north side of Library Ave. from Elm to James streets. These parking bans are in force so emergency vehicles can move through town. Those who disobey these mandates are likely to have their vehicles towed.• Motorists are urged not to block driveways, fire hydrants, nor park on private property without permission.• No trailers of any kind nor recreational vehicles may be parked along roadways. Many vehicles get towed each year.

Rudy Van Gelder, Hackensack native and influential recording engineer, dies at 91 - NorthJersey.com

Monday, August 29, 2016

Hackensack native Rudy Van Gelder, perhaps the most influential recording engineer in the jazz genre, who brought to vivid life the sounds of such legendary artists as Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard, died Thursday morning at his longtime home and studio in Englewood Cliffs. He was 91.RECORD FILE PHOTO/Steve AuchardIn this 1989 file photo, Rudy Van Gelder is shown in his studio in Englewood Cliffs.He had not been ill and died unexpectedly, said his longtime assistant, Maureen Sickler, who added that Van Gelder was still working as an engineer and pursuing his hobby of nature photography.“In many ways, Rudy Van Gelder was as important as the musicians themselves, because of the way he presented their music,” said Vincent Pelote, director of operations of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University-Newark.Noting Van Gelder’s close association with Blue Note Records, Pelote said, “There was a warmth to the sound of those Blue Note re...

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Obituary: Dr. Jan Huston Pryor - Montclair NJ News - TAPinto - TAPinto.net

Monday, March 27, 2017

She also served as medical director of the Connie Dwyer Breast Center at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Most recently, she served as a medical director at Hackensack UMC-Mountainside Hospital, where she was a strong proponent of evidence-based screening and treatment of breast disease. Jan was also the key investigator for a study of the Breathlink test, a promising cancer screening tool utilizing genetic markers in a patient's breath. Jan considered it a privilege to be a doctor, never losing her compassion and respect for all of her patients.Sign Up for E-NewsIn addition to Jan's legacy as a skilled physician, she leaves a loving, wild and amazing family. Jan and Jonathan have twelve children, including ten adopted from Texas, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, China, and Ethiopia. Confident in her deep faith and strong marriage, Jan felt called to adopt a number of older children with traumatic histories, believing they could thrive in a loving Christian family and supportive community. Drawing on her faith helped her overcome obstacles, and she inspired her patients and her children to do the same.Services celebrating Jan's life will be held in the First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, 326 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, NJ 07006 with a memorial gathering on Saturday, March 25 from 1- 5pm. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, March 26 at 3:30 p.m. Arrangements are in care of the Codey & Jones Funeral Home of Caldwell. To share memories and condolences please visit www.codeyjonesfh.com.Memorial donations can be made to the First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell Memorial Fund.The URL for livestreaming is www.livestream.com/FirstPresCaldwell...

Warrensburg's huge annual garage sale coming soon - Sun Community News

Monday, September 26, 2016

Advisory to residents and visitors:• From Friday Sept. 30 through Sunday Oct. 2, there is no parking on Main St. from the bandstand to Stewart Farrar Avenue, nor on Elm St., nor Emerson, Second, Hackensack, Horicon and Adirondack avenues. Parking is also prohibited on the north side of Stewart Farrar, and the north side of Library Ave. from Elm to James streets. These parking bans are in force so emergency vehicles can move through town. Those who disobey these mandates are likely to have their vehicles towed.• Motorists are urged not to block driveways, fire hydrants, nor park on private property without permission.• No trailers of any kind nor recreational vehicles may be parked along roadways. Many vehicles get towed each year.

Rudy Van Gelder, Hackensack native and influential recording engineer, dies at 91 - NorthJersey.com

Monday, August 29, 2016

Hackensack native Rudy Van Gelder, perhaps the most influential recording engineer in the jazz genre, who brought to vivid life the sounds of such legendary artists as Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard, died Thursday morning at his longtime home and studio in Englewood Cliffs. He was 91.RECORD FILE PHOTO/Steve AuchardIn this 1989 file photo, Rudy Van Gelder is shown in his studio in Englewood Cliffs.He had not been ill and died unexpectedly, said his longtime assistant, Maureen Sickler, who added that Van Gelder was still working as an engineer and pursuing his hobby of nature photography.“In many ways, Rudy Van Gelder was as important as the musicians themselves, because of the way he presented their music,” said Vincent Pelote, director of operations of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University-Newark.Noting Van Gelder’s close association with Blue Note Records, Pelote said, “There was a warmth to the sound of those Blue Note re...