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Marlboro Memorial Cemetery

361 State Highway 79 North
Marlboro, NJ 07751
(732) 970-9000
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600 County Road 520
Marlboro, NJ 07722
(888) 662-9600
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MT Sinai of Marlboro Cemetery

361 State Highway 79 North
Marlboro, NJ 07751
(732) 970-9770
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Ellen T. Lee, 92, of Hudson - Community Advocate

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hudson – Ellen T. (Shanahan) Lee, 92, of Hudson and formerly of Bolton, died Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Reservoir Center in Marlborough. She was the wife for 40 years of the late David I. Lee, who died in 1986.She was born and raised in Marlborough, the daughter of the late William J. and Theresa (Marinelli) Shanahan, and was a 1942 graduate of St. Michael’s Catholic High School in Hudson.Ellen was a chef for Nashoba Regional High School for 38 years, retiring in 2000, and previously worked at LaPointe Machine Tool Co. in Hudson for several years.She enjoyed music, dancing, swimming, cooking, and was an avid reader. She was devoted to her family and enjoyed a special bond with her grandchildren.She leaves three daughters, Mary J. Nichols and her husband Jeffrey of Bolton, Virginia A. Lee of Hudson, and Christine R. Gasparoni and her husband Richard of Marlborough; a sister, Mary Orareo of Florida; a brother, John Shanahan of Charlton; four grandsons and five granddaughters; five great-grandsons and five great-granddaughters; and a daughter-in-law, Elin Lee of Lancaster. Ellen was the stepmother of the late...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

And back injuries derailed Matt twice. According to his family, Matt had always said that if things got too complicated in his life, he would move to Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relationships with people from whom others often turned away. They could always count on him to be there. Matt could be tough, but he was also kind, honest, witty, wise and generous — a role model for the others who would join him on the Street Outreach Team.The Street Outreach program became nationally known and was replicated in other cities. Matt earned multiple awards for his services — including a 2009 United Way Community Impact Award. On behalf of his team he accepted the Coveted Badge Award from the Burlington Police Department in 2014 for “significant contributions to the safety and wellbeing of the Burlington community.”Aside from his job, Matt loved good food and wine, and made a wonderful linguine alle vongole, among other dishes enjoyed by family and friends. He was a devoted Patriots fan. He also lov...

LINDSEY 'BONA' BOWERS JR - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, April 03, 2017

He loved to spend time with his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory, his sisters, Barbara Finch of New York, Henrietta (George) Jackson of Marlboro, Conn., Carol Jean Bowers, Linda Bowers and Ada (Calvin) Hill, all of Youngstown, Clara (Lorenzo) Parks of Indianapolis, April Bowers-Keyes of Germantown, Md. and Carla (Dewayne) Wynn of Silver Springs, Md.; his brother, Kevin (Edna) Bowers of Decatur, Ga.; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Stephen Bowers Sr. and Alexander Bowers; his sister, Gail Bowers; and his brother-in-law, Willie Clyde Finch. Friends may call today, one hour prior to services, at the funeral home. Interment will be at Belmont Park Cemetery on Monday. Please visit jewashingtonfuneralservices.com to leave condolences and to sign the online guestbook. Ministry of care and comfort provided by J.E. Washington Funeral Services Inc.

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

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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Ellen T. Lee, 92, of Hudson - Community Advocate

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hudson – Ellen T. (Shanahan) Lee, 92, of Hudson and formerly of Bolton, died Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Reservoir Center in Marlborough. She was the wife for 40 years of the late David I. Lee, who died in 1986.She was born and raised in Marlborough, the daughter of the late William J. and Theresa (Marinelli) Shanahan, and was a 1942 graduate of St. Michael’s Catholic High School in Hudson.Ellen was a chef for Nashoba Regional High School for 38 years, retiring in 2000, and previously worked at LaPointe Machine Tool Co. in Hudson for several years.She enjoyed music, dancing, swimming, cooking, and was an avid reader. She was devoted to her family and enjoyed a special bond with her grandchildren.She leaves three daughters, Mary J. Nichols and her husband Jeffrey of Bolton, Virginia A. Lee of Hudson, and Christine R. Gasparoni and her husband Richard of Marlborough; a sister, Mary Orareo of Florida; a brother, John Shanahan of Charlton; four grandsons and five granddaughters; five great-grandsons and five great-granddaughters; and a daughter-in-law, Elin Lee of Lancaster. Ellen was the stepmother of the late...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

And back injuries derailed Matt twice. According to his family, Matt had always said that if things got too complicated in his life, he would move to Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relationships with people from whom others often turned away. They could always count on him to be there. Matt could be tough, but he was also kind, honest, witty, wise and generous — a role model for the others who would join him on the Street Outreach Team.The Street Outreach program became nationally known and was replicated in other cities. Matt earned multiple awards for his services — including a 2009 United Way Community Impact Award. On behalf of his team he accepted the Coveted Badge Award from the Burlington Police Department in 2014 for “significant contributions to the safety and wellbeing of the Burlington community.”Aside from his job, Matt loved good food and wine, and made a wonderful linguine alle vongole, among other dishes enjoyed by family and friends. He was a devoted Patriots fan. He also lov...

LINDSEY 'BONA' BOWERS JR - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, April 03, 2017

He loved to spend time with his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory, his sisters, Barbara Finch of New York, Henrietta (George) Jackson of Marlboro, Conn., Carol Jean Bowers, Linda Bowers and Ada (Calvin) Hill, all of Youngstown, Clara (Lorenzo) Parks of Indianapolis, April Bowers-Keyes of Germantown, Md. and Carla (Dewayne) Wynn of Silver Springs, Md.; his brother, Kevin (Edna) Bowers of Decatur, Ga.; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Stephen Bowers Sr. and Alexander Bowers; his sister, Gail Bowers; and his brother-in-law, Willie Clyde Finch. Friends may call today, one hour prior to services, at the funeral home. Interment will be at Belmont Park Cemetery on Monday. Please visit jewashingtonfuneralservices.com to leave condolences and to sign the online guestbook. Ministry of care and comfort provided by J.E. Washington Funeral Services Inc.

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

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.