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He and his wife Barbara have also been residents of Ringoes, New Jersey, since The cause of death was complications from myelodysplastic syndrome MDS , a rare form of bone marrow cancer which he had battled courageously and cheerfully for 15 years. He graduated from Princeton University in with a degree in Philosophy.
At Princeton, he participated in crew for two years, and sculling became one of his interests later in life. They were married in December Bob, as a partner of the consulting firm K. Sweet Associates, was instrumental in leading the development of this project throughout his career.
In , he formed his own company, Picus Associates, which continues to this day under new ownership to manage the Princeton Forrestal Center on behalf of Princeton University. Bob enjoyed seeing the physical results of his work materialize over time, and he believed that real estate development should be concentrated in areas with appropriate infrastructure, while rural lands should be protected and the natural environment preserved.
Bob believed in contributing his time and expertise to his community. He enjoyed tennis, travel, photography, and sculling. He also enjoyed spending time with extended family at a cabin on Garnet Lake in the Adirondacks.
They have owned a horse farm outside of Princeton since They began spending winters in Wellington, FL, in , initially for equestrian activities, until Bob discovered sculling on Lake Wellington. With two partners, he purchased and managed the Florida Rowing Center, a winter sculling school based in Wellington, which continues today. After he retired in , Barbara and Bob became Florida residents. He is remembered for his wonderful smile, consistently optimistic approach to life, kindness, and generosity.
An online video memorial service for immediate family members was held on Sunday, April 5. A memorial service for friends and colleagues will be held later this year in Princeton, after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided and travel restrictions have been lifted.
Charitable contributions may be made in his honor to MDS research at Columbia University, where one of his doctors oversees an MDS research program doing cutting-edge research to understand and combat the disease.
An alternative for charitable contributions is the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, one of the premier land conservation organizations in the U. Check payable to: Trustees of Columbia University; mail to Dr.
Bruschi Marion E. Bruschi of West Windsor, NJ, passed away peacefully on April 7, , four days before her 97th birthday. After becoming a widow in , she continued to pursue her love of travel and especially enjoyed cruises and sightseeing trips with her family and friends. Marion adored her granddaughters and great-grandchildren and glistened with pride while celebrating milestones in their lives. A devoted Catholic, Marion was a member of St.
She and her husband always attended the mass on Sundays. Marion was preceded in death by her husband William C. She is also survived by her sister, Juliet Zimmerman, and many nieces and nephews. Jude Place, Memphis, TN ; www. He had come to Princeton in with his family, and moved to Sonoma in to live with his eldest daughter, Caterina. Claudio was a prominent composer and music theorist engaged at the forefront of 20th-century music during a time of dramatic change.
He came to the United States in , at age 17, driven by a passion to study music; and he attended the New England Conservatory of Music and the Longy School of Music. Following his retirement from Princeton in , he continued to teach at The Juilliard School until he was Claudio became an American citizen in As a scholar, Claudio wrote a series of seminal articles on the serialism of Stravinsky, and subsequently a number of important articles on Schoenberg, Berg, Brahms, and others.
He was fascinated by language, and spoke five of them fluently while continuing to study others. His compositions often combined his multi-lingual and musical talents, setting to music the poetry of Celan, Enzensberger, Yehuda Halevi, May Swenson, Shakespeare, Dylan Thomas, Paul Auster, and others. At Juilliard, Claudio created its first course in the study of manuscripts. Even the color of the ink. Seeing that, one smiles for a full week. A memorial service will be planned at a future date.
Frenchie was blessed with a loving family and an enthusiastic, multigenerational circle of friends who filled her life with joy. And we were blessed to have her. She spent 98 of her 99 summers in Annisquam. Born in , Frenchie grew up in St. Louis, Mo. After the war, they moved frequently while raising four children.
Sandy died in She had a sharp and active mind that was always evident in her prowess with the NYT crossword puzzles, her frequent wins in duplicate bridge and Scrabble, and her phenomenal memory.
She played tennis until she was 80, danced after two hip replacements at 92, and most eagerly awaited all news from every member of the family. And so she did when, 19 years ago, she moved to Fox Hill.
There, she served on the board, worked in the library, read books to the visually impaired, and made friends with many.
She possessed an enormous capacity to sit with the suffering of others, and always went to be with her many dear friends who were dying, offering care and support. Frenchie is survived by three sons, Alden Blodget Essex, Mass.
The family sends deepest thanks to the hospice workers and aides who cared so beautifully for our mother in the midst of the pandemic. A memorial service will be held in Annisquam, Mass. She was born in Lambertville, New Jersey. She lived in Princeton for most of her life. She is survived by her daughter, Faneen M. Cieslinski, her son-in-law, Richard Cieslinski, her daughter, Robin L. Murray, her son, Sean S. Murray and her daughter in-law, Hilary D. Murray and her grandson, Nickolas H. She is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
She was the daughter of Emma Louise and John D. She attended Brenau College. She was a model for the Princeton photographer Orrin Jack Turner, who received multiple recognitions for his images of her. She studied investing on her own, enjoyed following the market and was quite successful in her efforts.
She loved the arts particularly ballet and was a talented artist. She volunteered at both the Princeton Hospital Fete and the Rummage, primarily handling artwork. She was a member of the Present Day Club. She loved all things English and traveled to England and Europe.
Her internment is at Princeton Cemetery and the service, when held, will be private. Ciatto May 19, —April 3, Elaine L. Ciatto, 89 of Princeton, NJ, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family in her home on April 3, Married 65 years to her lifelong partner and loving husband Robert J. She was a founding member of St. She maintained homes in Princeton, Long Beach Island, and Sarasota, FL, where she hosted wonderful gatherings and made forever memories for her family.
Like her father and mother, Elaine was a designer, seamstress, and a fabulous cook! She exemplified the most important values in life, bringing joy to others, loving her family dearly, living her Catholicism, and was a selfless and important role model to all who knew her. At a future date, a memorial service will be held for Elaine. In lieu of flowers, the Ciatto family would be honored with a gift to The Robert J.
Robert A. Milici, Jr. She married Townsend Scudder Jr. Mary and her husband, Towney settled in Neshanic, New Jersey, with their four children and lived there for 59 years before retiring to Middlebury, Vermont in Their marriage was one of true ever-lasting love. They worked side by side for over 50 years in their own nursery business, Ambleside Gardens, which is still in the family, run by their son, David.
Along with their love of gardening, they loved to ski and travelled extensively in Europe and Asia. During their retirement years in their cottage in Middlebury, Vermont, Mary served on many committees and will be remembered by many as one of the shining bright lights and for her never-ending smile.
Mary is predeceased by her husband, Towney. She is also survived by six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and her loving cat. A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Freedman Anne L. Freedman, 92, passed away peacefully on April 2, After purchasing Kooltronic, Inc.
She often referred to the company as her third child.
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This is due in part to her unbelievable five-octave vocal range, power, style, and use of whistle tones. She got her start to fame in , when she was signed to Columbia Records. She then released her debut album, which topped the US Billboard for 11 weeks. Carey became the only artist to have their first five singles reach number one on the chart. Aside from his successful career in music, Buffett is also a best-selling writer and is involved in two restaurant chains, named after two of his best-known songs; he owns the chain of restaurants, Margaritaville Cafe, and he also co-developed the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain. When you think of the most lucrative careers, music is definitely not the first one that comes to mind.
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Learn how and when to remove this template message Hitler invaded Poland on 1 September , and Britain and France declared war two days later. Within hours the British liner Athenia was torpedoed by U off the Hebrides with the loss of lives, leading the Royal Navy to assume that unrestricted U-boat warfare had begun. Although France, unlike Britain, was largely self-sufficient in food and needed to import few foodstuffs, she still required extensive overseas imports of weapons and raw materials for her war effort and there was close co-operation between the two allies. As in World War I, a combined War Council was formed to agree strategy and policy, and just as the British Expeditionary Force , which was quickly mobilised and sent to France was placed under overall French authority, so various components of the French navy were placed under Admiralty control. In Britain it was widely believed that the bombing of big cities and massive civilian casualties would commence immediately after the declaration. Scapa Flow was again selected as the main British naval base because of its great distance from German airfields, however the defences built up during World War I had fallen into disrepair.
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