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Childs Funeral Home

364 Shrewsbury Avenue
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 741-3505
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Cofer Memorial Home

240 Shrewsbury Avenue
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-3124
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Fair View Cemetery and Mausoleum

456 State Route 35
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-1710
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Hoidal Richard C Funeral Director

60 East Front Street
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-0557
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John E Day Funeral Home Inc

33 Allen Place
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(201) 224-5330
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Mount Olivet Cemetery

Chapel Hill Road
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 741-5516
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Thompson Memorial Home

310 Broad St
Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-0226
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Red Bank NJ Obituaries and Death Notices

James, Vaughna Ray - The Chattanoogan

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Vaughna Ray James, 73, of Soddy Daisy, Tennessee, passed away on April 16, 2017. She was of the Baptist Faith. Vaughna worked at Life Care Of Red Bank for over 15 years. She loved the Lord, her family and really enjoyed traveling.She was preceded in death by her parents, Gladys and Amos Collake; two daughters, Gladys and Ann Marie and a sister Alline Dungan.She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Paula and Stanley Boydston; two granddaughters, Vaughna Jane Boyd and Crystal Rachelle Rowan; six great-grandchildren; one brother and four sisters.Services will be at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, at Williamson & Sons Funeral Home. Visitation is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Lakewood Memory Gardens, East.Condolences and memories can be shared at www.williamsonandsons.com.Arrangements are by Williamson and Sons Funeral Home, 8852 Dayton Pike, Soddy Daisy, Tn. 37379.

Deaths Summary for Sunday, March 12, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, April 03, 2017

The Post and CourierCharleston CountyCHAPLIN, Jacqueline Denise, 56, of Charleston died Thursday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Downtown Chapel.DeGREGORIO, Robert, 71, of Seabrook Island, a retired banking attorney with Morgan Chase and husband of Patty DeGregorio, died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's James Island Chapel.GEORGE, Denver, 79, of North Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services.GOLDENSTEIN, Gloria, 85, of Charleston, a retired vice president in the garment industry, former teacher with P.S. 24 and widow of Jorden Goldenstein, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.JACKSON, Charles Travis, 76, of James Island, a Coburg Dairy retiree, first married to the late Frankie Haselden Jackson and husband of Millie Cullison Jackson, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel of Charleston.THOUVENELLE, Gerald Jack, 94, of Mount Pleasant, a retired Army colonel and husband of Margaret Thouvenelle, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.WALDRON, Chester Alexander, 93, of Charleston, an Army Air Corps veteran, retired director of employee and labor relations with Sears Ro...

Boy who inspired "kindness challenge" was volunteer in Montana - KXLF.com | Continuous News | Butte, Montana - KXLF Butte News

Monday, March 06, 2017

Eagle Scout and volunteered at several organizations such as Students Helping Honduras, Family Promise, De La Salle Blackfeet School in Montana, Lunch Break in Red Bank, The Trulia Family Feast in Perth Amboy, The Schroth School for Special Needs in Wanamassa, just to name a few.So, when Dylan’s parents tragically lost their son to suicide on Aug. 4, 2015, they wanted to find a way to honor his selfless legacy.That’s when the Kindness Challenge was born.“He had a soft spot for the underdog and downtrodden,” Dylan’s dad, Dennis Vassallo said.“It was hard to drive him to the places he wanted to go serve. That in itself was a job,” said Vassallo.After a lot of prayer and meditation, Vassallo decided to honor his son’s spirit by starting a Facebook group to inspire others to focus on the positive things in life.“People are tired of the hate,” Vassallo said. “I thought, ‘Maybe we can just be nicer to each other.’”Last Tuesday, Vassallo revealed his project to the world.“[Dylan’s death] got me thinking, in addition to the things we have established and taken part in as a family, and have been blessed by the generosity and support of our family and friends, what simple kind things could we all do for the betterment of our world, society and ultimately our souls. The thought came, what if we had a kindness challenge? Not to ra...

After Son's Suicide, NJ Father Challenges People To Be 'Kind' - Patch.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

He had a great zest for life and was always interested in learning about a variety of topics, mainly other people and cultures," according to his obituary from the John E. Day Funeral Home in Red Bank."He had a great sense of humor, a quick wit, charm and was a compassionate soul," it said. "He was good friend and neighbor to many." Now his father wants to recapture that zest in a way that will make Dylan's memory live on."I don’t believe this will be a solution," he said. "Maybe it can be a tiny step towards treating each other with some love, respect and above all, kindness."Photo courtesy of Vassallo family Get free real-time news alerts from the Holmdel-Hazlet Patch.

Marvin Gorman, televangelist whose feud with Jimmy Swaggart ruined both, dies at 83 - NOLA.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Swaggart for defamation. He won a $10 million award, although the parties later settled out of court at $1.85 million.By this time all three men's ministries were in ruins. Rev. Gorman declared bankruptcy, Bakker went to prison and Swaggart's empire collapsed.All three mounted comebacks, with Rev. Gorman founding Temple of Praise in Gentilly. He wrote a book about how God had humbled him through his fall and told him to forgive and pray for his enemies, according to Charisma, a magazine that covers the Pentecostal movement, and he even invited Bakker to preach at his church in 1996.In 1999, sensing a call to a "broader scope of ministry," he handed over Temple of Praise to his son-in-law, according to Charisma. He held a few meetings at Christ Cathedral of Praise in Ville Platte -- and it became a 3 1/2-month revival.Those closest to Rev. Gorman remembered a man who dedicated his life to bringing the word of God to others, guiding fellow ministers and leading vibrant healing ministries that changed the lives of thousands of people. They credit Rev. Gorman with bringing Teen Challenge, a faith-based substance abuse recovery program, to Louisiana and for seeking to sow unity, not division, among Christians in a predominantly Roman Catholic city.Randy Gorman, his son, said Rev. Gorman never sought personal glory as he strove to bring the love of Jesus Christ to others. "He was a mere vessel on this planet, and he was grateful that God was able to minister through him and use him," Randy Gorman said.He described his father as "a minister to ministers," pointing to his father's work with preachers in east Africa. He said more than 10,000 ministers attended conferences led by Rev. Gorman in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2005 and 2007, some walking for miles on foot from rural towns and villages to arrive at the meetings."He was the most compassionate, tender-hearted minister I've ever met," Randy Gorman said. "He was a phenomenal man."Rev. Gorman held a Ph.D. in religion from the North Carolina College of Theology in Wilmington, honorary doctorates in theology from the Charismatic School of Theology and in divinity from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond and an honorary master's degree in Bible and theology from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas.Survivors include Rev. Gorman's wife, Virginia; three children, Randy Gorman, Mark Gorman and Beverly Bilbo; four siblings, Joe Gorman, George Gorman, Wanda Williams and Dottie Smith; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.A funeral is scheduled for Tuesday at noon Church of Abundant Life, 2301 Par 3 Drive, Harvey. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to Foundation for Human Helps, 5000 W. Esplanade Ave, Suite 195, Metairie 70006.. . . . . . .Jennifer Larino contributed to this story.

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James, Vaughna Ray - The Chattanoogan

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Vaughna Ray James, 73, of Soddy Daisy, Tennessee, passed away on April 16, 2017. She was of the Baptist Faith. Vaughna worked at Life Care Of Red Bank for over 15 years. She loved the Lord, her family and really enjoyed traveling.She was preceded in death by her parents, Gladys and Amos Collake; two daughters, Gladys and Ann Marie and a sister Alline Dungan.She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Paula and Stanley Boydston; two granddaughters, Vaughna Jane Boyd and Crystal Rachelle Rowan; six great-grandchildren; one brother and four sisters.Services will be at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, at Williamson & Sons Funeral Home. Visitation is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Lakewood Memory Gardens, East.Condolences and memories can be shared at www.williamsonandsons.com.Arrangements are by Williamson and Sons Funeral Home, 8852 Dayton Pike, Soddy Daisy, Tn. 37379.

Deaths Summary for Sunday, March 12, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, April 03, 2017

The Post and CourierCharleston CountyCHAPLIN, Jacqueline Denise, 56, of Charleston died Thursday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Downtown Chapel.DeGREGORIO, Robert, 71, of Seabrook Island, a retired banking attorney with Morgan Chase and husband of Patty DeGregorio, died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's James Island Chapel.GEORGE, Denver, 79, of North Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services.GOLDENSTEIN, Gloria, 85, of Charleston, a retired vice president in the garment industry, former teacher with P.S. 24 and widow of Jorden Goldenstein, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.JACKSON, Charles Travis, 76, of James Island, a Coburg Dairy retiree, first married to the late Frankie Haselden Jackson and husband of Millie Cullison Jackson, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel of Charleston.THOUVENELLE, Gerald Jack, 94, of Mount Pleasant, a retired Army colonel and husband of Margaret Thouvenelle, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.WALDRON, Chester Alexander, 93, of Charleston, an Army Air Corps veteran, retired director of employee and labor relations with Sears Ro...

Boy who inspired "kindness challenge" was volunteer in Montana - KXLF.com | Continuous News | Butte, Montana - KXLF Butte News

Monday, March 06, 2017

Eagle Scout and volunteered at several organizations such as Students Helping Honduras, Family Promise, De La Salle Blackfeet School in Montana, Lunch Break in Red Bank, The Trulia Family Feast in Perth Amboy, The Schroth School for Special Needs in Wanamassa, just to name a few.So, when Dylan’s parents tragically lost their son to suicide on Aug. 4, 2015, they wanted to find a way to honor his selfless legacy.That’s when the Kindness Challenge was born.“He had a soft spot for the underdog and downtrodden,” Dylan’s dad, Dennis Vassallo said.“It was hard to drive him to the places he wanted to go serve. That in itself was a job,” said Vassallo.After a lot of prayer and meditation, Vassallo decided to honor his son’s spirit by starting a Facebook group to inspire others to focus on the positive things in life.“People are tired of the hate,” Vassallo said. “I thought, ‘Maybe we can just be nicer to each other.’”Last Tuesday, Vassallo revealed his project to the world.“[Dylan’s death] got me thinking, in addition to the things we have established and taken part in as a family, and have been blessed by the generosity and support of our family and friends, what simple kind things could we all do for the betterment of our world, society and ultimately our souls. The thought came, what if we had a kindness challenge? Not to ra...

After Son's Suicide, NJ Father Challenges People To Be 'Kind' - Patch.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

He had a great zest for life and was always interested in learning about a variety of topics, mainly other people and cultures," according to his obituary from the John E. Day Funeral Home in Red Bank."He had a great sense of humor, a quick wit, charm and was a compassionate soul," it said. "He was good friend and neighbor to many." Now his father wants to recapture that zest in a way that will make Dylan's memory live on."I don’t believe this will be a solution," he said. "Maybe it can be a tiny step towards treating each other with some love, respect and above all, kindness."Photo courtesy of Vassallo family Get free real-time news alerts from the Holmdel-Hazlet Patch.

Marvin Gorman, televangelist whose feud with Jimmy Swaggart ruined both, dies at 83 - NOLA.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Swaggart for defamation. He won a $10 million award, although the parties later settled out of court at $1.85 million.By this time all three men's ministries were in ruins. Rev. Gorman declared bankruptcy, Bakker went to prison and Swaggart's empire collapsed.All three mounted comebacks, with Rev. Gorman founding Temple of Praise in Gentilly. He wrote a book about how God had humbled him through his fall and told him to forgive and pray for his enemies, according to Charisma, a magazine that covers the Pentecostal movement, and he even invited Bakker to preach at his church in 1996.In 1999, sensing a call to a "broader scope of ministry," he handed over Temple of Praise to his son-in-law, according to Charisma. He held a few meetings at Christ Cathedral of Praise in Ville Platte -- and it became a 3 1/2-month revival.Those closest to Rev. Gorman remembered a man who dedicated his life to bringing the word of God to others, guiding fellow ministers and leading vibrant healing ministries that changed the lives of thousands of people. They credit Rev. Gorman with bringing Teen Challenge, a faith-based substance abuse recovery program, to Louisiana and for seeking to sow unity, not division, among Christians in a predominantly Roman Catholic city.Randy Gorman, his son, said Rev. Gorman never sought personal glory as he strove to bring the love of Jesus Christ to others. "He was a mere vessel on this planet, and he was grateful that God was able to minister through him and use him," Randy Gorman said.He described his father as "a minister to ministers," pointing to his father's work with preachers in east Africa. He said more than 10,000 ministers attended conferences led by Rev. Gorman in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2005 and 2007, some walking for miles on foot from rural towns and villages to arrive at the meetings."He was the most compassionate, tender-hearted minister I've ever met," Randy Gorman said. "He was a phenomenal man."Rev. Gorman held a Ph.D. in religion from the North Carolina College of Theology in Wilmington, honorary doctorates in theology from the Charismatic School of Theology and in divinity from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond and an honorary master's degree in Bible and theology from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas.Survivors include Rev. Gorman's wife, Virginia; three children, Randy Gorman, Mark Gorman and Beverly Bilbo; four siblings, Joe Gorman, George Gorman, Wanda Williams and Dottie Smith; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.A funeral is scheduled for Tuesday at noon Church of Abundant Life, 2301 Par 3 Drive, Harvey. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to Foundation for Human Helps, 5000 W. Esplanade Ave, Suite 195, Metairie 70006.. . . . . . .Jennifer Larino contributed to this story.