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Boylan Edward R Mortician

188 Easton Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(732) 545-4040
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Boylan Funeral Home

188 Easton Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(732) 545-4040
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Mary Virginia "Ginny" Butler - Tulsa World

Monday, March 27, 2017

Mary Virginia "Ginny" Butler (RN,BSN,MS), 69, peacefully passed away on February 24, 2017, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, surrounded by family. Ginny was born on July 1, 1947, in New Brunswick, NJ, to David and Mary Torrans.Ginny worked all her life within the health care industry. She received her B.S. in nursing from the University of Delaware and then went on to get her Masters in Nursing, also from the University of Delaware. After marrying in a double wedding with her sister in 1970 at the family farm in Kennett Square, PA, she and Robert C. "Butch" Butler, Jr., her loving husband, packed up their Austin Healey and moved to Tulsa so that he could attend the University of Tulsa School of Law. Despite a tragic hunting accident that took the life of Butch in 1973, Tulsa became home and she remained in Tulsa, a proud "okie" despite always saying that once someone told her she was starting to "sound" like a true "okie" she would simply respond with "guess I need some east coast time".At home, she loved to paint, garden and play cards. She was a true lover of all animals but most specifically dogs. She played field hockey in High school and took up tennis, playing USTA for years. Preceded in deat...

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

Monday, November 07, 2016

Loretta Geraldine GardnerLoretta Geraldine Gardner, 100, passed away on November 4, 2016 surrounded by her family. "Geri", as she was known, was born on February 28, 1916 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She was the daughter of James Anthony Kelly and Loretta Cosgrove Kelly, who predeceased her. She was also predeceased by a brother, James, and a sister, Bernadette.Geri attended 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 m...

Camille Corriveau Sr. - The Bristol Press: Bristol Press - Bristol Press

Monday, September 26, 2016

Sr., 94, of Bristol, passed away peacefully on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, at The Pines of Bristol. He was the husband of the late Rita (Dube) Corriveau, who passed in 2010.Camille was born in Claire, New Brunswick, Canada, on April 27, 1922, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Corriveau. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army Airborne as a medic. He had owned the Stanley Package Store in New Britain for many years and then, with his wife, owned Rita’s Luncheonette in New Britain. He had been a member of St. Gregory the Great Church in Bristol; member and former vice president of the Franco-American Club, St. Jean Baptiste Society, Franco American Social Club and the French Model Club.His passion was deep sea fishing and he enjoyed country music and classic Western films.He leaves his three sons, Camille Corriveau Jr. (Evelyn) of Bristol, David James Corriveau (Lori) of Kensington, Peter Corriveau (Ann) of Cheshire, and his one daughter, Shirley Corriveau of Bristol; brothers, Guy Corriveau of Maine and Robert Corriveau of Plainville; five sisters, Theresa LaBrie of Southington, Rita Nadeau of Claire, New Brunswick, Canada, Roland Nadeau of Berlin, Muriel Caron of Hebron and Cec...

Idaho Patriot Guard Riders to help bring Civil War veteran home - Idaho Statesman

Monday, August 01, 2016

Dario Bell, state captain for the Patriot Guard Riders. “That’s the ultimate respect we can provide to him.”Williams grew up in Hodgdon, Maine, a small farming town just west of the U.S. border with New Brunswick, Canada, where his parents were raised. In October 1864, at age 21, he enlisted in Company H of the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The regiment took part in three battles near Petersburg, Va., in late 1864 and early 1865.It also participated in Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s April 9, 1865, surrender at the Appomattox Courthouse and later marched to Washington, D.C., where a military procession and celebration dubbed the Grand Review of the Armies took place on May 23 and 24, 1865.Monday morning in Salem, the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs will transfer Williams’ remains to the Oregon chapter of the Patriot Guard Riders. Civil War re-enactors dressed in period 20th Maine uniforms will serve as a color guard.The Idaho riders will take possession of the remains Monday night at the Pilot Travel Center in Ontario, Ore. They will be held overnight, along with a folded American flag, at the Cloverdale Funeral Home, 1200 N. Cloverdale Road.At 7 a.m. Tuesday, a flag line to honor Williams will form outside the funeral home as the remains are loaded for the rest of the trip through Idaho. Veterans and others wishing to pay respects to Williams are invited to attend, said Bell, a veteran of the Vietnam War.Additional stops will take place in Mountain Home, Twin Falls, Pocatello and Idaho Falls. The remains will pass to a Montana group at Monida, Mont., 80 miles north of Idaho Falls...

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Mary Virginia "Ginny" Butler - Tulsa World

Monday, March 27, 2017

Mary Virginia "Ginny" Butler (RN,BSN,MS), 69, peacefully passed away on February 24, 2017, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, surrounded by family. Ginny was born on July 1, 1947, in New Brunswick, NJ, to David and Mary Torrans.Ginny worked all her life within the health care industry. She received her B.S. in nursing from the University of Delaware and then went on to get her Masters in Nursing, also from the University of Delaware. After marrying in a double wedding with her sister in 1970 at the family farm in Kennett Square, PA, she and Robert C. "Butch" Butler, Jr., her loving husband, packed up their Austin Healey and moved to Tulsa so that he could attend the University of Tulsa School of Law. Despite a tragic hunting accident that took the life of Butch in 1973, Tulsa became home and she remained in Tulsa, a proud "okie" despite always saying that once someone told her she was starting to "sound" like a true "okie" she would simply respond with "guess I need some east coast time".At home, she loved to paint, garden and play cards. She was a true lover of all animals but most specifically dogs. She played field hockey in High school and took up tennis, playing USTA for years. Preceded in deat...

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

Monday, November 07, 2016

Loretta Geraldine GardnerLoretta Geraldine Gardner, 100, passed away on November 4, 2016 surrounded by her family. "Geri", as she was known, was born on February 28, 1916 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She was the daughter of James Anthony Kelly and Loretta Cosgrove Kelly, who predeceased her. She was also predeceased by a brother, James, and a sister, Bernadette.Geri attended 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 m...

Camille Corriveau Sr. - The Bristol Press: Bristol Press - Bristol Press

Monday, September 26, 2016

Sr., 94, of Bristol, passed away peacefully on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, at The Pines of Bristol. He was the husband of the late Rita (Dube) Corriveau, who passed in 2010.Camille was born in Claire, New Brunswick, Canada, on April 27, 1922, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Corriveau. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army Airborne as a medic. He had owned the Stanley Package Store in New Britain for many years and then, with his wife, owned Rita’s Luncheonette in New Britain. He had been a member of St. Gregory the Great Church in Bristol; member and former vice president of the Franco-American Club, St. Jean Baptiste Society, Franco American Social Club and the French Model Club.His passion was deep sea fishing and he enjoyed country music and classic Western films.He leaves his three sons, Camille Corriveau Jr. (Evelyn) of Bristol, David James Corriveau (Lori) of Kensington, Peter Corriveau (Ann) of Cheshire, and his one daughter, Shirley Corriveau of Bristol; brothers, Guy Corriveau of Maine and Robert Corriveau of Plainville; five sisters, Theresa LaBrie of Southington, Rita Nadeau of Claire, New Brunswick, Canada, Roland Nadeau of Berlin, Muriel Caron of Hebron and Cec...

Idaho Patriot Guard Riders to help bring Civil War veteran home - Idaho Statesman

Monday, August 01, 2016

Dario Bell, state captain for the Patriot Guard Riders. “That’s the ultimate respect we can provide to him.”Williams grew up in Hodgdon, Maine, a small farming town just west of the U.S. border with New Brunswick, Canada, where his parents were raised. In October 1864, at age 21, he enlisted in Company H of the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The regiment took part in three battles near Petersburg, Va., in late 1864 and early 1865.It also participated in Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s April 9, 1865, surrender at the Appomattox Courthouse and later marched to Washington, D.C., where a military procession and celebration dubbed the Grand Review of the Armies took place on May 23 and 24, 1865.Monday morning in Salem, the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs will transfer Williams’ remains to the Oregon chapter of the Patriot Guard Riders. Civil War re-enactors dressed in period 20th Maine uniforms will serve as a color guard.The Idaho riders will take possession of the remains Monday night at the Pilot Travel Center in Ontario, Ore. They will be held overnight, along with a folded American flag, at the Cloverdale Funeral Home, 1200 N. Cloverdale Road.At 7 a.m. Tuesday, a flag line to honor Williams will form outside the funeral home as the remains are loaded for the rest of the trip through Idaho. Veterans and others wishing to pay respects to Williams are invited to attend, said Bell, a veteran of the Vietnam War.Additional stops will take place in Mountain Home, Twin Falls, Pocatello and Idaho Falls. The remains will pass to a Montana group at Monida, Mont., 80 miles north of Idaho Falls...