I remember bobby from the green wave football team. he was the left guard, Sim was the right guard and I was the center. Whenever jerry Moser ran a QB sneek we would make a wedge. they could never stop that "V" up the middle. May The Lord give rest to his soul.
From Joel Fisher on May 7th, 2015
RIP, Bobby, to my best friend from Mrs. Levine's Kindergarten to Mrs.Freiday's 6th grade. I can still remember fondly the horseback riding we did weekly off Pinewood Ave, WLB and the first time I smoked a Cigarette in the woods where the Fountain Gardens are now.
I worked with Richie for twelve years after I returned to this area.
I can still envision him dragging himself into work, slowly walking down
the long halls of the junior high. He showed great determination and will all those years despite his chronic illness. He fought bravely but it was a battle that he could not win. Rest in peace my old friend.
From Frani Cittadino (Picard) on November 3rd, 2014
Richie, you were one of my best friends growing up, especially since I almost killed you. You were Godfather to my oldest daughter, Peggy, and you stood in for Tom when we Baptized my niece, when Tom was in Viet Nam. We had some really great, fun times. You are forever my heart!! Love always, R. I. P., Frani
From Judith Wigdortz (Davis) on November 24th, 2014
I have such clear and wonderful memories of marching with Carmeline in the color guard. Another memory is that one of her sisters styled my hair for my wedding 45 years ago. Carmeline and Dennis were a perfect match!
From Dennis Del Vecchio on November 15th, 2014
The love of my life from the moment I noticed her in the cafeteria of LBHS in September of 1964. Never to be forgotten.
I lived across the street from Margie when we were kids . . . MacArthur Avenue. We used to love playing kickball in the street . . . I shall never forget Margie, her wonderful sense of humor, something from out of Little LuLu (which I will probably get wrong) But, i think it was Tubby, that said, "Run for your lives, run for your lives . .. the pudding is out of control! . . . . It cracked her up every time . . . Love you, Margie!
Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey) · Sun, Aug 29, 1993 · Main Edition · Page 16
Downloaded on Jun 15, 2016 James Fusco, 46, of Long Branch, died Thursday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, as a result of a motor vehicle accident. He was the owner and operator of Elberon Tree Service, Long Branch. He was a member of the National Tree Society, the American Agricultural services, and the National American Farmers Association. Mr. Fusco was a lifelong resident of Long Branch.
Surviving are his father and step-mother, Louis and Mollie Fusco, Oceanport; a brother, John Fusco, San Diego; two sisters, Diane Chasey, Big Bear Lake, Calif., and Carole Ann Lang, Oakland, Calif. Wooley Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in charge of arrangements.
My memories of Con also go back to football. When we were sophmores, one of Con's cleats fell off and left a sharp post than no body realized. We were in scrimage and Jerry Moser (QB) called a running play over center (my position). I made the block on the right guard and my right leg remained extended. Con ran over it and opened my calf with 17 stitched to close it. He always remembered this all thru HS and felt bad. As the Senior fullback he would run over right or left guard which Sim or Bobby and I double teamed. I think Con was the leading rusher in our Senior year for over 7+ yards per carry. RIP, Con
jerry was my quaterback on the green wave. I was the center. I was 6'5". jerry was not. For him to pass over me he would but his hand on the small of my back and do a jump pass to Stan Lewis. Our best paly was the QB "goose play"...Sim , Bobby and I would wedge for him and we Always got the first down!. Rip jerry!
WOODBRIDGE, PA. -- Sandra Ochelli, 38, died Monday suddenly at home.
Born in Long Branch, Mrs. Ochelli lived there and Winter Springs, Fla. before moving to Woodbridge.
Surviving are her husband, Victor Ochelli; a son, Victor John Ochelli IV in Virginia; a daughter, April Ochelli of Virginia; her father, Russell Pingatore of Long Branch; her mother, Carol Beverly of Kinston, N.C.; two sisters, Carol Moore of Winter Springs, Fla. and Patti Chayt of Neptune; and her paternal grandmother, Bessie Pingatore.
The Damiano Funeral Home, Long Branch is in charge of arrangements.
Michael "Mickey" Riddle, 70, passed away December 23, 2017 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born January 24, 1947 to Corlies and Eleanor (Seidl) Riddle in Long Branch, New Jersey. He leaves behind his loving wife of 43 years, Robin Riddle, and his people he loves that are friends of Bill W.; sister, Eleanor Precopio (Don); brother, C.W. "Sandy" Riddle (Andrea); nephews, Anthony Precopio (Mary) and Shaun Granato (Sarah); nieces, Jen Granado Howson (Andrew) and Tiffany Graniccioni (Nicholas). A Celebration of Life will be held at Harwood Chapel, 516 N. 10th Street, Canon City, CO, on Friday, December 29th, 2017, at 12:00 p.m., interment to follow at Lakeside Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Harwood Cremation and Funeral Service. Online condolences at Harwoodfunerals.com. <span style=""box-sizing:" border-box;="" max-height:="" none;="" font-size:="" 1rem;="" -webkit-tap-highlight-color:="" transparent;="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" font-family:="" -apple-system,="" blinkmacsystemfont,="" 'segoe="" ui',="" roboto,="" 'helvetica="" neue',="" arial,="" sans-serif;="" line-height:="" 1.5;="" background-position:="" initial="" initial;="" background-repeat:="" initial;"="">Show Less
Steve was a great kid. We were on the track team together and ran the same events. We spent a lot of time doing laps on Rahn Oval mostly
talking and fooling around. His favorite expression was, "ain't no
From jerry van brunt on January 20th, 2015
I remember in 8th grade we were playing football at Flannigan's field in North Long Branch. You tried to tackle me and I broke loose and you got my heal in the mouth. It chipped your front tooth. I felt bad about that tooth all thru HS for 5 years RIP, Steve
Helen Rankin Silvers, born September 18, 1947, passed away Thursday, May 7,
2015, in Carlsbad, California, at the home of her son, Lloyd Silvers.
She was 67 years old. Helen was born ln West Point, Mississippi to the late
Colonel Joseph and Helen Rankin, the middle of three children. She earned
a Bachelor degree from Howard University in Washington D.C. She was a
middle school teacher at Lady of Malibu in California, and then worked as a cell
biologist at Amgen for 17 years before her retirement.
She enjoyed reading, travelling and her beloved silky terriers Hershey and Susie,
as well as her special silky group that she grew so very close with over the years.
She is survived by her two sons, LLoyd J. Silvers of Carlsbad, California,
Elliot G. Silvers and his wife Lauren of Mercer Island, Washington and one
grandchild,Jameson S, Silvers; her sister Dianne R. Godfrey and her husband
James of Hot Springs, Arkansaw; her brother Joseph E Rankin, Jr. of Long
Branch, New Jersey and her niece Kimberly M. Davis and her husband Todd
and two ,grandnieces Quinn and Sloane of Alexandria, Virginia and a host
of cousins and dose friends including Dr. Tony & Dr. Frances Rankin, the
Honorable Michael & Honorable Zonora Rankin, Doug & Janet Rankin
Nettles, Ed & Sarah Weathersby, Marvin Weathersby, Michelle Weathersby, Ed
& Janet Murray, Terri Murray, Ken & Eva Murray, Keith & Gwen Esch, Sarah
Moore. Leon Moore, Karen Moore, Erman Clay, Tommy & Karen Clay, Van &
Margaret Chase, Crystal Swepson, Keith Chase, Steven Chase.
Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep
Do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am nor there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow:
I am the diamond glints on snow.
1 am the sunlight on ripened grain.
1 am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
1 am the soft srars that shine at night.
Do not srand by my grave and cry;
I ain not there. I did not die.
Mary Elizabeth Frye Order of Service
Opening Prayer.............................................................Father William Kerze
Daniel 12: 1-13................................................... Read by Marc Rankin, Ph.D
Reponsorial Pslam 27 .................................... Read by Anthony Rankin, Ph.D
1 John 3: 1-2 ..... ........................................... Read by John Mich ael Rankin
Matthew 5: l-12a ......................................................... Father William Kerze
Homily ........................................................................ Father William Kerze
Eulogy ............................................................................ Elliot Silvers, son
Hazel B. Szabo, 64
OKEECHOBEE — Hazel B. Szabo, age 64, of
Okeechobee, died Monday, March 5, 2012, in
the Hamrick Home Hospice. She was born May
22, 1947 in Deal, N.J., to George and Hazel
The will be no public services.
All arrangements are entrusted to the loving
care of the Buxton Funeral Home and Crematory,
110 NE 5th Street, Okeechobee, Florida. Online
condolences may be made at www.buxtonfuneralhome.