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Boulevard Funeral Home

1151 River Road
New Milford, NJ 07646
(201) 343-4000
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Comprehensive up-to-date coverage for Robert J. Sheehy, aggregated from news sources all over the world by Google News.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Friday at Robert J. Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home, 9000 W. 151 St. in Orland Park.Tuscaloosa NewsTuscaloosa News - ?Jan 28, 2017?Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joseph Sheehy III of New Milford, Conn. He is the grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Sheehy Jr. of Huntington, N.Y. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell McCreery of Winchester, Mass. ... Groomsmen were ...Garfield Daily VoiceSee realtime coverageGarfield Daily Voice - ?Jan 27, 2017?Robert M. Gordon (Dist. 38). Photo Credit: Lorraine Ash Frank J. Sheehy, chairman of The Valley Hospital Board of Trustees.Buffalo NewsBuffalo News - ?Jan 22, 2017?The inventory of homes for sale in Western New York in August 2016 was at the lowest it's been in 16 years. during that month.div class="esc-default-layout-wrapper esc-expandable-wrapp...

Ronnie Charles Miner, 66, of Massena - WWNY TV 7

Monday, January 16, 2017

September 17, 1971.  On November 18, 1972, he married Mary A. Ruff at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with Rev. John L. Downs, officiating.Ronnie worked for Kimberly-Clark in New Milford, Connecticut for 23 years before moving back to Massena.  After returning, he worked for St. Mary’s Church in Massena as the janitor and later in the produce department at P&C Foods until his retirement.  He was a life member of the VFW and enjoyed being outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, motorcycling, and horseback riding.  Ronnie also enjoyed going to the New York State Fair, watching deer on Barnhart Island, and cherished the time he spent with his grandchildren.Ronnie is survived by his wife, Mary; his children, Chuck and Nicole Miner of Winthrop; and Yvonne Newcombe and her companion, Eric Aldridge of Massena; his grandchildren, Taylor, Ethan, Hunter, Carlee, Gunner, Alyssa, Rita, Kaitlyn, Sydney, Camryn, Jordyn, and Ryder; his sister, Charleen and Steve Hutchins of Helena, a niece and a nephew.In addition to his parents, Ronnie is predeceased by infant twin daughters, Karen and Karann and an infant sister, Yvonne Miner.As per his wishes, there will be no calling hours or funeral service.  Burial will be held at the convenience of the family in Calvary Cemetery, Massena with military honors.Memorial contributions may be made in his memory may be made to Massena Rescue Squad.Arrangements are with the Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena, where memories and condolences may be made online at www.donaldsonfh.com.

Longtime Teaneck baseball coach, AD dies at 93 - NJ.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Joe Cervino, a longtime baseball coach and athletic director at Teaneck High School, died Tuesday at Holy Name Hospital, according to NorthJersey.com. He was 93 years old.Cervino, who lived in New Milford, began his career at Teaneck in 1949 and spent his early years as the head football coach before switching to head the baseball program, which he led for 22 seasons. His coaching legacy included 384 wins and three sectional titles.The Haddon Heights native also spent more than two decades as the Teaneck athletic director and was the co-founder of the Bergen County baseball tournament, which began in 1959. To this day, the tournament's winning coach receives an award named in Cervino's honor.In his early years, Cervino went to Gettysburg College to play football and baseball, but had his collegiate career interrupted by the outbreak of World War II. During the war, he served as a sergeant in the Army, took part in the invasion of Normandy and earned a Purple Heart. He eventually returned to Gettysburg before settling in New Milford.One of Cervino's sons, also named Joe, went on to become the head baseball coach at nearby Paramus and racked up 538 wins over 30 years before re...

Beverly F. Giglio, 81 - Westport Now

Monday, September 12, 2016

Trish Green (Andy) and Paul Giglio (Noemia); a stepson Philip McCluskey (Casey); her sister Nancy; her grandchildren, Jennifer Rogers, Jason Rogers, both of Danbury, Sam King, Eric King, both of New Milford, Alex Giglio of Brookfield, Mikayla Giglio of Danbury, Sara Green, Zachary Green and Jacob Green of Danbury; great-grandchildren, Seth Rogers of Redding, Aliyah Seng, Mya Seng and Jordan Seng of Danbury, and numerous nieces and nephews and her loving companion Jim Thomas. The family invites friends on Friday, Sept.  9 from 6 to 8 p.m. to the Jowdy Kane Funeral Home, 9-11 Granville Ave., Danbury. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. in St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 520 Ridgebury Road, Ridgefield. Interment will be private and at the direction of the family.All are welcome to attend and celebrate Bev’s amazing and full life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Danbury VFW Scholarship Fund.Posted 09/07 at 02:48 PM Comments:     Comment PolicyNo comments yet.

Should food be allowed in funeral homes? - Asbury Park Press

Monday, August 15, 2016

That’s the way I look at it. If it will make it more of a positive experience, fine with me.”Several years ago, Michael Mittenzwei, owner of Boulevard Funeral Home in New Milford, allowed a family to put up a tent in the parking lot so refreshments could be served at the memorial for a former Hell’s Angel.But he’s not in favor of refreshments inside the f...

Remains of N.J. native killed in Pearl Harbor attack ID'd - NJ.com

Monday, June 13, 2016

P. Hittorff Jr. was a 1934 graduate of the school who went on to serve on the USS Oklahoma, where he was stationed on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked, according to a report in The Greater New Milford Spectrum newspaper.Hittorff was 25 years old when he was killed along with more than 400 other sailors on the vessel.Seven days after the attack, Hittorff's family was notified that he was lost in action.He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart, the Victory Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and the American Defense Medal, according to his obituary.Another Connecticut newspaper — the Litchfield County Times — published an article written by a family member which described how Hittorff's remains were identified and returned home.Hittorff, who was born in Kingston, New Jersey, managed his high school football team during his senior year at Collingswood High and also attained the rank of Eagle Scout.A funeral service is planned for June 18 in Kent, Connecticut.Matt Gray may be reached at mgray@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @MattGraySJT. Find the South Jersey Times on Facebook.

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Comprehensive up-to-date coverage for Robert J. Sheehy, aggregated from news sources all over the world by Google News.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Friday at Robert J. Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home, 9000 W. 151 St. in Orland Park.Tuscaloosa NewsTuscaloosa News - ?Jan 28, 2017?Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joseph Sheehy III of New Milford, Conn. He is the grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Sheehy Jr. of Huntington, N.Y. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell McCreery of Winchester, Mass. ... Groomsmen were ...Garfield Daily VoiceSee realtime coverageGarfield Daily Voice - ?Jan 27, 2017?Robert M. Gordon (Dist. 38). Photo Credit: Lorraine Ash Frank J. Sheehy, chairman of The Valley Hospital Board of Trustees.Buffalo NewsBuffalo News - ?Jan 22, 2017?The inventory of homes for sale in Western New York in August 2016 was at the lowest it's been in 16 years. during that month.div class="esc-default-layout-wrapper esc-expandable-wrapp...

Ronnie Charles Miner, 66, of Massena - WWNY TV 7

Monday, January 16, 2017

September 17, 1971.  On November 18, 1972, he married Mary A. Ruff at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with Rev. John L. Downs, officiating.Ronnie worked for Kimberly-Clark in New Milford, Connecticut for 23 years before moving back to Massena.  After returning, he worked for St. Mary’s Church in Massena as the janitor and later in the produce department at P&C Foods until his retirement.  He was a life member of the VFW and enjoyed being outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, motorcycling, and horseback riding.  Ronnie also enjoyed going to the New York State Fair, watching deer on Barnhart Island, and cherished the time he spent with his grandchildren.Ronnie is survived by his wife, Mary; his children, Chuck and Nicole Miner of Winthrop; and Yvonne Newcombe and her companion, Eric Aldridge of Massena; his grandchildren, Taylor, Ethan, Hunter, Carlee, Gunner, Alyssa, Rita, Kaitlyn, Sydney, Camryn, Jordyn, and Ryder; his sister, Charleen and Steve Hutchins of Helena, a niece and a nephew.In addition to his parents, Ronnie is predeceased by infant twin daughters, Karen and Karann and an infant sister, Yvonne Miner.As per his wishes, there will be no calling hours or funeral service.  Burial will be held at the convenience of the family in Calvary Cemetery, Massena with military honors.Memorial contributions may be made in his memory may be made to Massena Rescue Squad.Arrangements are with the Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena, where memories and condolences may be made online at www.donaldsonfh.com.

Longtime Teaneck baseball coach, AD dies at 93 - NJ.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Joe Cervino, a longtime baseball coach and athletic director at Teaneck High School, died Tuesday at Holy Name Hospital, according to NorthJersey.com. He was 93 years old.Cervino, who lived in New Milford, began his career at Teaneck in 1949 and spent his early years as the head football coach before switching to head the baseball program, which he led for 22 seasons. His coaching legacy included 384 wins and three sectional titles.The Haddon Heights native also spent more than two decades as the Teaneck athletic director and was the co-founder of the Bergen County baseball tournament, which began in 1959. To this day, the tournament's winning coach receives an award named in Cervino's honor.In his early years, Cervino went to Gettysburg College to play football and baseball, but had his collegiate career interrupted by the outbreak of World War II. During the war, he served as a sergeant in the Army, took part in the invasion of Normandy and earned a Purple Heart. He eventually returned to Gettysburg before settling in New Milford.One of Cervino's sons, also named Joe, went on to become the head baseball coach at nearby Paramus and racked up 538 wins over 30 years before re...

Beverly F. Giglio, 81 - Westport Now

Monday, September 12, 2016

Trish Green (Andy) and Paul Giglio (Noemia); a stepson Philip McCluskey (Casey); her sister Nancy; her grandchildren, Jennifer Rogers, Jason Rogers, both of Danbury, Sam King, Eric King, both of New Milford, Alex Giglio of Brookfield, Mikayla Giglio of Danbury, Sara Green, Zachary Green and Jacob Green of Danbury; great-grandchildren, Seth Rogers of Redding, Aliyah Seng, Mya Seng and Jordan Seng of Danbury, and numerous nieces and nephews and her loving companion Jim Thomas. The family invites friends on Friday, Sept.  9 from 6 to 8 p.m. to the Jowdy Kane Funeral Home, 9-11 Granville Ave., Danbury. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. in St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 520 Ridgebury Road, Ridgefield. Interment will be private and at the direction of the family.All are welcome to attend and celebrate Bev’s amazing and full life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Danbury VFW Scholarship Fund.Posted 09/07 at 02:48 PM Comments:     Comment PolicyNo comments yet.

Should food be allowed in funeral homes? - Asbury Park Press

Monday, August 15, 2016

That’s the way I look at it. If it will make it more of a positive experience, fine with me.”Several years ago, Michael Mittenzwei, owner of Boulevard Funeral Home in New Milford, allowed a family to put up a tent in the parking lot so refreshments could be served at the memorial for a former Hell’s Angel.But he’s not in favor of refreshments inside the f...

Remains of N.J. native killed in Pearl Harbor attack ID'd - NJ.com

Monday, June 13, 2016

P. Hittorff Jr. was a 1934 graduate of the school who went on to serve on the USS Oklahoma, where he was stationed on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked, according to a report in The Greater New Milford Spectrum newspaper.Hittorff was 25 years old when he was killed along with more than 400 other sailors on the vessel.Seven days after the attack, Hittorff's family was notified that he was lost in action.He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart, the Victory Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and the American Defense Medal, according to his obituary.Another Connecticut newspaper — the Litchfield County Times — published an article written by a family member which described how Hittorff's remains were identified and returned home.Hittorff, who was born in Kingston, New Jersey, managed his high school football team during his senior year at Collingswood High and also attained the rank of Eagle Scout.A funeral service is planned for June 18 in Kent, Connecticut.Matt Gray may be reached at mgray@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @MattGraySJT. Find the South Jersey Times on Facebook.