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She was a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, aunt, and friend, as well as an internationally recognized speaker, author and educational consultant for school districts. Once in a while, someone special comes along and makes the world a much much better place. Connie Dembrowsky was that very special person who meant so very much to all of us.
She married her forever Valentine, Barry, on February 14, Together they celebrated their love every single day of their year marriage. Her quick wit, zest for life and artistic talent will be missed by all. Bob Scheelen Vienna 75, passed away quietly in August after a long and courageous journey with cancer and side effects. He was beloved and will live on in many people. He worked diligently to bring reconciliation to our fractured world and met all people with respect.
He was devoted to the children and families he served in his career and to his own family, the center of his joy. Nicholas Acocella Vienna 77, of Hoboken died June Husband of Laura.
Father of Bart and Francesca. Grandfather of Caroline and James. Beloved, irreverent NJ political commentator and founder of Politifax. After graduating from St. He went on to study English literature at the University of California at Berkeley, just in time for the Free Speech movement. But Acocella had no appetite for moving halfway across the country to continue a teaching career. He probably would have hated those jobs. But few people were as plugged in to the weird, wild world of New Jersey politics as Nick Acocella.
He spent more than two decades running a must-read, insider newsletter about Garden State movers and shakers that subscribers used to receive via fax machine. He hosted a TV show in which he spoke with local political titans like Tom Kean and Chris Christie while cooking pasta.
And he was as colorful and crusty as the misunderstood state he lovingly covered. He was also an avid Yankees fan who wrote 20 books about baseball. John W. Hartnagel Cape Town, passed away on June 6, John was born August 25, He recently graduated from Villanova School of Business and worked as a business consultant. John always had a passion for nature and travel. Whether travelling through the lands of South Africa, wandering the streets of Chicago or hiking through Bear Mountain, he took something from his journeys and passed that inspiration on to others.
He will be remembered by all that knew him for a kindness that was pure and genuine and a smile that put everyone at ease. Kathleen Adkins Vienna passed away on May 18,Kathleen was 77 years old. Two qualities have driven much of my life: curiosity and a restless desire to learn about as much as I can.
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Hang gliding, sewing, organizing for community action, sitting on committees, anything to do with selling, telephone solicitation, sight reading at the piano, debating, office politics, dealmaking, being a Cassandra prophesying environmental disaster. Growing up in the green, sheltering mountains of eastern Kentucky with a mother who developed my vocabulary and love of wordplay.
Playing piano at the age of four, cornet in the high school band, timpani in orchestra, singing alto in choir, taking up viola during retirement. Moved to California with my first girlfriend. Settled into a job and domesticity. Not unhappy but not happy — trapped in my own selfmade prison. Took the est training. Scoff if you like, but it was a brilliantly deed program that delivered what it promised to me and thousands of others: a transformative experience in two weekends.
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We danced and processed while playing complex rhythms from the Middle East. I made wonderful friends in that group. Along with all that, nerd heaven. I developed the ability to teach spreheeting skills and found consulting work at JPMorgan. There I met my two future business partners, Alastair and Norm. Together we built a training company that dominated the small pond of financial analysis training. Better than that, we fell in love with each other. Four relationships have been bedrock in my life. My exes in California, Leta and Taura, who to this day are closer than sisters. Alastair and Norm, who are the same bedrock.
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We have grown closer and closer; we have had golden years of travel, playing music together, and enjoying our home in the woods. I have been extraordinarily lucky in my life. Terrible things have happened, yes, Would I take them back? This will be my last post. It will be mounted after I die.
I wish you the death you want for yourself, I hope that it will be peaceful, pain-free and free from fear. Thank you for enriching my life by being in it, those of you whom I know. Anthony H. You can read his obituary HERE. Mark Justin Westervelt M. Vienna a beloved husband, father, friend and family doctor, died peacefully of natural causes in his home in Camp Verde, Arizona and entered eternal life on April 16, Marcus Wells Westervelt. The Westervelt family relocated to Tempe, Arizona, where Mark spent the remainder of his childhood.
Shortly thereafter Dr. Westervelt wed Colette Wadlow, his childhood friend and love of his life. Mark and Colette were married August 25, They spent the first two years of their marriage in Martinez, California while Mark completed his internship and residency in family practice. In JulyMark and Colette moved their young family to Camp Verde, Arizona, a small town seeking a family physician.
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He spent countless hours serving as the team physician at Camp Verde athletic events. His home phone remained open for patients to call regardless of the time of day. His family recalls anecdotes of their father setting fractures, stitching wounds, and reducing t dislocations either in his office or at the family home.
Early in his career there were occasions when Dr. Westervelt was required to perform in-home infant deliveries. Westervelt was deeply committed to serving the Camp Verde community. He volunteered for sixteen years on the Camp Verde School Board, and spearheaded the construction of three new schools. Support of public education was paramount to Dr. Westervelt as evidenced by each of his ten children attending twelve years of Camp Seeking my life partner 56 Pierceton de public schools.
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