Lower Saucon Township, PAsauconsource.com

Joseph B. Sullivan, 62, of Lower Saucon (Obituary Brought to You by Heintzelman Funeral Home)

Joseph B. Sullivan, 62, of Lower Saucon Township died Thursday, June 17, 2021 at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg, Bethlehem. He was the husband of Dorothy W. (Williams) Sullivan. He was born in Morristown, N.J., on Jan. 28, 1959 to the late Timothy James and Charlotte (Scott) Sullivan. Joseph was a self-employed painter the majority of his life, retiring 10 years ago. He was a 4th Degree, Sir Knight for the Knights of Columbus, Boonton, N.J., and a member of the Ambler Knights of Columbus; president of the Appalachian Fiddle & Bluegrass Association (AFBA) in Wind Gap; and on the board of Gentle Winds in St. Croix, USVI. Joseph loved bluegrass music and hosted a four-day “Sullyfest” at their residence for the past 20 years, bringing together many families and friends to enjoy the same musical genre. He was very well-loved, which was due in part to his willingness to help anyone at any time. Joe was best known for riding his golf cart at Wind Gap Bluegrass Park.
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Chatham, NJnewjerseyhills.com

Linda Parker Traywick, was 80, longtime Chatham resident, nurse

Linda Parker Traywick, 80, of Riverview, Fla., passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 5, 2021, at St. Joseph’s Hospital South. Born and raised in Dover, she graduated from Dover High School. She went on to graduate as a registered nurse from St. Michael’s Hospital School of Nursing. Linda worked in pediatrics and critical care, then worked for over 35 years at the Daughters of Israel Geriatric Center, West Orange.
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Bernardsville, NJnewjerseyhills.com

James Edward Terhune, 98, former Bernardsville resident, World War II veteran

James Edward Terhune, 98, a former resident of Bernardsville, passed away on Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Born and raised in Hackensack, as a child James was known as “Sunny Jim” because of his pleasant demeanor and generosity of spirit. As an adult, that quality continued on, and he was widely known as a “good guy” and a loyal, dependable friend.
Dover, NJnewsmirror.net

Robert Charles Stalter

Robert Charles Stalter “Cowboy Bob” died May 27, 2021 from respiratory complications. Bob was born in Dover, N.J. on April 2, 1934, to Charles and Luella Stalter. He lived to be 87 years old. Bob graduated from Dover High school and on the next day, June 20, 1952, joined the US Navy, where he would serve for 4 years aboard the USS Bennington, until June 14, 1956. He left the US Navy as a Korean war veteran. His aerospace career with Lockheed-Thiokol, where he worked in jets and propulsion, would take him, his new wife, and their five children from New Jersey to New Mexico and eventually to California where they would add two more children to the mix. After Lockheed downsized and laid him off, Bob began a career in real estate, from which he eventually retired. He leaves behind seven Children, over three dozen Grandchildren and Great-grandchildren, and one sister. He is predeceased by his parents, and one sister. “I’ve lived a good life” Bob used to say.
Warwick, RIwarwickonline.com

Kyle Conklin

Kyle Conklin, of Greentown, PA, died Tuesday in Geisinger Community Medical Center. Patricia Brennan was his wife of 22 years. Born in Warwick, Rhode Island, son of Philip Conklin and Carol (Retzloff) Corcelli, stepson, Ralph Corecelli. He was a graduate of Port Jervis High School. Proir to retirement, he was employed as a heavy equipment operator. He enjoyed picking blueberries, being outdoors but most of the time he communicated with nature, the wood and feeding the birds. He was known as a jokester, cookouts with familiy and friends, listening to the Beatles, and indulging in a few beers.
Mendham, NJnewjerseyhills.com

Beloved Mendham High football fan dies at 69

MENDHAM TWP. - Doug Kirk was the assistant football coach at Mendham High School when he mentioned to a friend and ardent fan, Gary D'Aries, that the school needed a new scoreboard. Mr. D'Aries, who lived in Brookside, listened and within a relatively short period of time, Mendham High School...
Sussex County, NJPosted by
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Sussex County Jeep Driver, 18, Dead In Crash

An 18-year-old Jeep driver died in a Sussex County crash early Sunday morning. The crash occurred at the intersection of County Routes 519 and 650 in Wantage around 1:30 a.m., New Jersey State Police Sgt. Alejandro Goez said. Jonathan Fett of Wantage, was behind the wheel of a Jeep Grand...
Monroe, NYthephoto-news.com

Patricia A. Montanye

Patricia A. Montanye of Monroe passed away on Thursday, June 10, 2021, at The Kaplan Family Hospice Residence in Newburgh. She was 80 years old. The daughter of Theodore Jackson and Lillian Brandt Jackson, she was born on May 7, 1941, in Brewster, New York. Survivors include her loving husband...

Katharine Sutro Dougherty, 92, Basking Ridge, Morristown resident, avid gardener

Katharine Sutro Dougherty, 92, of the Basking Ridge section of Bernards Township and Morristown, died peacefully of natural causes on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Born and raised in Chestnut Hill, Pa., she was graduated from Germantown Friends School and Colby-Sawyer College. She continued her studies in art history at the University of Pennsylvania.