Local obituary notices in Paterson, NJ
9 hrs ago | via Townhall
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter has died. Sympathetic obituaries say things like "wrongfully convicted" or "exonerated." Comment?
21 hrs ago | via NorthJersey.com
He was born in Pawtucket, RI, and lived in Haledon most of his life. He was a machinist for Morris Machine Company in Paterson for many years and retired in 1971. Comment?
Tuesday | via Vision Monday
Services will be held today for Thomas R. Maskery, Jr., 52, who passed away on April 18, after a long illness. Comment?
Monday Apr 21 | via NorthJersey.com
Born in San Lorenzello, prov. di Benevento, Italy she came to the U.S in 1963 residing in Paterson before moving to Totowa in 1995. Comment?
Monday Apr 21 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice
Taylor was born Sept. 12, 1924, in Paterson, N.J., to Ray and Dorothy Krout. She attended the Kimberley School, Montclair, N.J., followed by nursing school at Roosevelt Hospital in NYC. Comment?
Sunday Apr 20 | via NorthJersey.com
Mr. Goodrich was born in Paterson. He was an officer with the West Milford Police Department before retiring. Comment?
Sunday Apr 20 | via The Orange County Register
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, a star prizefighter whose career was cut short by a murder conviction in New Jersey and who became an international cause cA lA bre while imprisoned for 19 years before the charges were dismissed, died Sunday morning at his Toronto home. Comment?
Sunday Apr 20 | via CBS Local
He had been stricken with prostate cancer in Toronto, the New Jersey native's adopted home. Comment?
Sunday Apr 20 | via NJ.com
In the darkest hours, when his only reality was a life sentence and a five-by-seven cell, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter studied Plato, George Gurdjieff, Viktor Frankl, Jiddu Krishnamurti, and every criminal law book he could get his hands on. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 16 | via NorthJersey.com
Born in Morristown, he lived in Prospect Park for eight years coming from Paterson. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 15 | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
He was called Ralphie by the people who loved him, and though he once led a troubled life he'd begun to turn himself around, enrolling in school and looking out for his kids, his sister said. Comment?
Monday Apr 14 | via The Item
He was known for sitting on a bench overlooking Clifton Avenue and strumming his guitar, greeting families as they passed, a homeless man who for years was a fixture at the Richfield Shopping Center in Clifton. Comment?
Sunday Mar 30 | via NorthJersey.com
Services were held for Judith Nancy Weis Brucato, 75, of Clifton, who died on Monday, March 24, 2014. Comment?