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Jackie R posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 29, 2019My heartfelt condolence to the Family. I am so sorry for your loss. There are few experiences more difficult than losing a loved one in death. As you cherish the many memories of your dear loved one, please reflect on the time when sickness, death and mourning will be no more. (Revelations 21:3,4) This is what our loving God Jehovah has promised and Jesus guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the earthly resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19, Psalms 37:10,11) May God’s word bring you comfort during this difficult time and in the days ahead as we await the fulfillment of His promises.
Tracey Beckmann posted a condolence
Friday, January 25, 2019What can I say... When I first met Sid I delivered meals on wheels to him and Marge. What a lovely woman she was. One day I walked in and Sid was trying to get Marge's rollers out. He asked me if I could give it a whirl and that he would give me a cookie. He was a delight, He was the sunshine in my day. He was also the Betty Boop King. He enjoyed showing me how to cook eggs and how he made ham and cheese sandwiches. I will always cherish my time with him. When I think of Sid I have to smile. His stories, his smile, him pushing his teeth out and his commentary on Boonton. He loved his town like he loved his vehicles He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers for Sid and the family. All My Best, Tracey Beckmann
Diana Long posted a condolence
Thursday, January 24, 2019I love you Granddaddy!! ❤️❤️ I will miss your silly faces, and Fuzzy Wuzzy verses... your inappropriate but funny jokes, and your feisty personality! You’ve been the BEST GRANDADDY anyone could ask for... and will be remembered forever!! Love Diana (double bushes)
Vivian Beitman posted a condolence
Thursday, January 24, 2019Granddaddy was wonderful in every single way! He was funny, spirited, & loyal, and he was a great storyteller. He loved to talk about his "stuff"-- his breakfast cereal with strawberries on top, his tools, his automobiles, his Betty Boop collection. He literally had a twinkle in his eye, and I will miss him tremendously.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
107 Essex Avenue
Boonton, NJ 07005
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