2004-06-02 / Obituaries

Obituaries

W. Richard Mosulak
Obituaries W. Richard Mosulak

Mr. Mosulak, 76, of Old Bridge died May 22 in Raritan Bay Medical Center, Old Bridge division. He retired in 1986 from the Ford Motor Co., Edison, where he worked for more than 30 years. He later was employed by South Brunswick Security Co., retiring in 2002 after 15 years of service. Surviving are his wife, Ellen Toth Mosulak; two daughters, Maria Brown of Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., and Ellen Rusnak of South Amboy; a son, Theodore R. Mosulak of Old Bridge; and a brother-in-law, Alex Toth of Winter Garden, Fla. Services were held at Eckman Funeral Home, Spotswood. Cremation was private.

Jeffrey S. Jedrusiak

Mr. Jedrusiak, 41, of Sayreville died May 17 in Capital Health Systems, Trenton. He was employed for 15 years as a mail handler with the U.S. Postal Service, Edison. Surviving are his parents, Frank and Eileen Jedrusiak of Sayreville; two children, Jesse and Scott Jedrusiak, both of Sayreville; a brother, Kyle Jedrusiak of Sayreville; two nephews; and his former wife, Anna Opiola Jedrusiak of Sayreville. Services were held at Maliszewski Memorial Home, Sayreville. Interment was in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, East Brunswick. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, 436 Mulberry St., Trenton, NJ 08638.

Madeline "Madge" Grande

Mrs. Grande, 75, of North Brunswick died May 8 at home. born in Perth Amboy, she resided in Edison prior to moving to North Brunswick in 1972. She was a licensed practi­cal nurse and owner of Hilltop Nurses Reg­istry, Edison, which she operated for more than 15 years. She volunteered for Meals on Wheels, North Brunswick. She is survived by her husband of 36 years, Louis J. Grande; a daughter, Gail Potter of Englewood, Colo.; two sisters, Angela Ratzigan of Bayville, and Marie Nielsen of Spring Hill, Fla.; and a brother, Florian Pasteka of Montrose, Pa. Interment was at St. Cyril and Methodius Cemetery, Hopelawn. Arrangements were by Selover Fu­neral Home, North Brunswick. Memorial do­nations may be made to the Visiting Nurse Asso­ciation of Central Jersey Hospice Program, 141 Bodman Place, Red Bank 07701.

Richard "Dick" Bowidowicz

Mr. Bowidowicz, 78, of Jersey City died May 20 at his daughter’s home in the Colonia section of Woodbridge. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary Mahoney Bowidowicz. Surviving are two daughters, Kathleen Dolgae of Colonia and Veronica Juchniewicz of Brick; two sons, Thomas Bowidowicz of Wilmette, Ill., and James "Bo" Bowidowicz of the Morgan section of Sayreville; and nine grandchildren. A Mass was offered at St. Bernadette’s Church, Parlin section of Old Bridge. Cremation was private.

William J. Amaczi

Mr. Amaczi, 61, of Sayreville, formerly of the Fords section of Woodbridge, died May 18 in Haven Hospice at JFK Medical Center, Edison. He was employed for 44 years as a produce clerk with Acme Markets, Milltown. A Democratic commit­teeman, he was a member of the Sayreville Board of Health, Planning Board, Environmental Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustment. Surviving are his wife, Mary Lou Matyi Amaczi; a niece, Cindy Maimone of South River; and a nephew, Louis Amaczi of Edison. Services were held at Maliszewski Memorial Home, Sayreville. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery, Perth Amboy.

Edward Kenny

Mr. Kenny, 83, of Old Bridge died May 24 in Roosevelt Care Center, Edison. Surviving are his wife, Noreen; five sons, John Kenny of North Bellmore, N.Y., Joseph Kenny of Myrtle Beach, N.C., Thomas Kenny of Middletown, Edward Kenny of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Gerard Kenny of Livingston; seven daughters, Stella Marie Kenny of Woodbridge, Noreen Panek of Denville, Kathleen Dugan of Brooklyn, N.Y., Susan Paul of Valley Cottage, N.Y., and Elizabeth Fenelius, Helen Kenny and Annette Maxwell, all of Old Bridge; and 28 grandchildren. A fu­neral liturgy was offered at St. Ambrose Church, Old Bridge. Interment was in St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury, NJ 07702.

John F. Boysa

Mr. Boysa, 61, of Old Bridge died May 25. Prior to his retirement, he was a letter carrier for the Iselin section of Woodbridge post office. Surviving are three brothers, Anthony Boysa and Frank Boysa, both of Old Bridge, and Robert Boysa of Tappan, N.Y.; two sisters, Mary Ann Rahner of Old Bridge and Lorraine Cahoon of Seaside Heights; and 10 nieces and nephews. A Mass was offered at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Old Bridge. Interment was in Forest Green Park Cemetery, Morganville section of Marlboro.


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