She was a Princeton resident for 24 years.
Hale had a broad range of interests and impacts, starting with his thesis and work in probability.
Thelma was married for 72 years.
Gino Rossi, an immigrant from Pettoranello di Molise, Italy who was a resident of Princeton for more than six decades, died on Dec. 4 at the Princeton Medical Center surrounded by his loving family. He was 90 years old. Rossi worked for many years as a gardener and cabinet maker. Son of the late Vito…
Yuriy Mozias, 87, of Princeton passed away Friday, Dec. 3, surrounded by his family. Born in Leningrad, Russia, he was a resident of Princeton for the past 15 years. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Nataliya, his two daughters Maya and Olga, and four grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at…
Judith Stanley Burks, devoted wife of Dr. William P. Burks, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend died peacefully at her home in Skillman on the morning of Nov. 29. A longtime resident of Princeton, she was 88. Judy was born on July 30, 1933 in Newark to the late Cyril S. and Harriet Murdock Stanley. She grew…
Henry P. Segal of Princeton died on Dec. 2. He was 87. Born Nov. 25 of 1934, Hank was raised in New York City. As an adult, he moved to Connecticut, where he lived for many years and raised his daughters, Dawn and Amanda. He later moved to Long Island before retiring to Princeton. Hank…
Gillian created the center as a place of genuine community where everyone was welcome.
The ceremony is open to well-wishers and will also be streamed online at facebook.com/mogprinceton.
A curator, professor, and museum director, Bunnell is considered one of the most influential figures in the history of photography.
The goal is to support emerging and established arts, culture, and history organizations in Trenton as they reopen and emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnie Craig volunteered with many local organizations.
Hawkins was a talented artist and musician.
He died at home in Princeton in July.
In the 1990s, Mary Anne opened her gift shop on Nassau Street.
McVicker was an award-winning watercolor artist.
Having lived a life filled with gratitude for God’s blessings, Richard Aziz Katen, “Dick”, went home to God on May 10 in Princeton. He was 93. The son of loving parents Aziz Katen and Olga Haddad Katen, Dick grew up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and attended Fort Hamilton High School. He was drafted immediately after…
Stuart Duncan, a theater critic and well known P-Rade marshall at Princeton University’s annual alumni reunions, died peacefully at his home on April 30. He was 93.