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Ortley March 24, 2014 at 10:23 pm
Sad to hear this,good advice in above post.
jane gilman March 25, 2014 at 07:23 am
I saw him jogging around the duck pond and remmeber when my daughter and I used to watch him when heRead More was the evil step father on the Guiding Light. Condolenceses to his family.
Noel Glaser March 25, 2014 at 10:00 am
Post by Nancy Heins-Glaser. This make me very sad. Rebhorn was a true gentleman - the quiet andRead More gentle sort of a person who understood what really matters in life. Jim communicated this sincere knowing through his honest, open conversations whether in passing on the running track, during community events, or when interviewed. He was a great actor and a wonderful person. He touched a lot of people - what a loss for all of us. I am sending Jim's family prayerful and caring thoughts.
Carmen Berra/Photo credit: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
Barbara P Hughes March 13, 2014 at 11:39 am
It apparently went out to all of the Patch town sites...
Mikka H March 15, 2014 at 07:38 am
who cares....heres a guy whos made a career out of being a dumbass.....and carmen was flush with egoRead More and treated the little people like shit.....witnessed it first hand a a teller in a bank in upper montclair...we remember....it all comes back to bite you in the end....
Ellen Burke March 15, 2014 at 01:10 pm
Wow. Not nice.
Carmen Berra (Photo: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center)
Mimi Neuhaus March 9, 2014 at 08:59 pm
R.I.P. Mrs. Berra. You will be missed
Bob Lyon March 12, 2014 at 04:47 am
Hi Larry: Sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I am certain she will rest in peace.Read More Montclair State University Baseball . Hope all is well with you and your family. bob lyon
polopete March 12, 2014 at 03:05 pm
She was always a class act and they are (not were) a great couple. RIP Carmen. You left this earth aRead More better place because of you and I'm a Met fan. @Sean..The Christies? Be sure to drag politics into everything and continue that divide and conquer attitude.
brendisernest April 11, 2013 at 11:53 pm
just as Louis responded I'm in shock that a mother able to profit $6815 in a few weeks on theRead More computer. did you look at this website www.youtube.gig60.com
raymond Weis February 28, 2013 at 04:43 pm
Dan was a great young person to run EMS calls with, always smiling and always helpful. He was aRead More bundle of energy and would get whatever you might need from the ambulance sometimes it seemed before you even knew you needed it. Dan came through our Explorer program and his passing was felt especially hard by the other young people who came up from the program. I hope he finds peace in his eternal rest and I hope his family remembers him for the fine young man that he was.
Meghan Hogan March 1, 2013 at 03:34 pm
I miss Danny so much, already. Great kid, heart of gold, funny as anything, and always ready toRead More help anyone in any way he could. We will miss you Coop....RIP buddy.
Judy Shepps Battle July 18, 2012 at 11:18 am
RIP Jim Kimple. You were the heart and soul of South Brunswick education for so many years with aRead More real love and passion for the education of all students. It was Dr. Kimple who made us a Blue Ribbon district long before the State decided to create this honor. Kudos to a well lived life and deep thanks from one parent who benefitted greatly from your time here as Superintendent.
Jim Bemiss July 20, 2012 at 03:34 am
There was never a more hard working and dedicated superintendent than Dr. Kimple. I remember himRead More coming in one Saturday when I was a student and helping to call all those attending summer school starting the next Monday. He really cared about us all. He built the best staff then demanded the best performance. He led by leading from the front, not pushing from behind. It was an honor and great inspiration to have known him.
Joan Parmer July 25, 2012 at 11:26 pm
Thank you for your kind words. Joan Kimple Parmer
Jim Zinsmeister August 7, 2012 at 06:22 pm
I just wanted to let everyone know that the memorial service/life celebration event for CoachRead More Nyitrai will be held @ South Brunswick High School @ Ridge Road and Stouts Lane on Saturday, September 8th @ 11 am. Rev. John Maltby will preside and a reception will follow in the Blue Cafeteria.
brian frank September 4, 2012 at 03:25 pm
i was always referred to as "crazy irrational wise guy who went ahh rah rah and sh-t on the gymRead More floor" because i gained 20 lbs while trying to lose 5lbs to go down 1 weight class because jim dowgan whipped my butt at 135 lbs, and i loved the man. mr nyitrai was a lasting influence and a great human brian frank class of '76
Zoltan Bill Vitanyi September 5, 2012 at 03:22 pm
I knew Laszlo when he first came to the U.S. and did not speak one word of English. He worked for myRead More dad in landscaping in North Jersey and ate at our house after work. We talked about Hungary, politics, 1956 and his dreams - to be a physical education teacher in America. He did not know how to get started or how to get his "foot in the door" of academia and these obstacles preoccupied him. He had a lot to learn, English, accreditation and how to behave in a free society. He was a great wrestler and I even refereed a bout at a Hungarian picnic in 1958. At that time I was a student at Ohio State University and played ice hockey and being a young sportman I was greatly impressed with Laszlo's knowledge and philosophy. Naturally there were days when homesickness and depression overcame him for friends and family were in Hungary and he was not yet working in his chosen profession. Years later Laszlo's mother, in Hungary, wrote my parents thanking us for our support during Laci's difficult early years adapting to a foreign environment. We had limited contact with Laszlo after we returned to Canada but he and Nancy, newly wed, did visit us once in Montreal and Laci updated us on his achievments. Communist Hungary's loss for this well schooled, hard working educator, was a tremendous victory for the U.S. and Laszlo most certainly deserved his great life in America. Nyugodjal bekeben. May you rest in peace. Zoltan Bill Vitanyi, Orleans, Ontario, Canada