THE OBSERVER | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013
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Moving Sale 704 Bergen St. Every Sat/Sun First 3 weeks in August 9am-6pm. Furniture, Clothing, Appliances & more.
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Big Yard Sale. Tools, plumbing, furniture, toys, books, towels, dishes, kitchen table, handbags & chairs and much more. 100 Bergen Ave., Kearny. 201-997-6222 Fri 8/16 4pm to & Sun. 8/25. 5pm-
Garage Sale 92 Bergen Ave. Kearny. Sat 8/17- Sun 8/18. 9am-4pm. Lots of Items. Furniture, baby items, electronics, good clothes, toys, video games and much more! Garage Sale 468 Passaic Avenue, Kearny. 8/17-8/18 9am-5pm. Various household items, childrenʼs items, clothing, shoes, and china. Garage sale. Household goods, tools, crafts, gardening equipment, furniture. 40 Noel Drive, N.Arlington 8/16-8/17 9am-3pm Huge Yard Sale 221 Quincy Ave. Kearny. Saturday 8/17. from 9am-5pm. Funiture, Clothes, Bikes, tools, too much to mention. Rain Date 8/24. Yard Sale Moving Out of State August 17/24/31 From 10am to 4pm. 407 Forest St. Kearny. Variety of items.
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Bridgestone tires - Had dealer install Vogue W/W Tires on my new 2013 Cadillac XTS as an option. Have for sale new factory equipped potenza RE 97as high performance all-season B/W for this car. Size 245/40/R-20. Price 4 tires $450. Call 973-485-1295. “DJ Equipment” 1 amp Peavey, 5 Disc C.D. Player w/ 2 Large Speakers, and Stands. Also M.S.A. Classic 10 string steel guitar, $1500 or B.O. 201-954-4287 Dennie.
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Irvington, passed away suddenly on July 14. She was 65. Born in Passaic, she was a lifelong Chapel Mausoleum, North Arlington. resident of Irvington. Arlene was a Contributions in memory of Dougschool crossing guard for the Townlas may be made to a charity of your ship of Irvington for 24 years. choice. Predeceased by her husband, Earl (2006), Arlene is survived by her lovEugene J. Przebieglec ing children, Kathleen Neal, Robert, Eugene “Gene” J. Przebieglec, 85, Patrick and Dennis Sprague and two died Aug. 5 at his home in North grandchildren. Arlington. Funeral services were under the Born in North Arlington he was a Daniel G. Sierchio direction of the Mulligan Funeral lifelong resident. Daniel G. Sierchio, 79, passed away Home, 331 Cleveland Ave., Harrison. He worked as a meter technion Aug. 6. For information or to send condocian for the Western Electric Co. in He was the husband of the late lences to the family please visit mulKearny for 30 years before retiring Eileen Sierchio and father of the late liganfuneralhome.org. 23 years ago. He was an amateur Veronica and Renee Sierchio. At the request of the family, an radio operator using the call sign He is survived by daughters Karen expression of sympathy may be made “WB2ZMU.” Sierchio and Dana Sierchio Conrow, to: American Heart Association, P.O. He served in the U.S. Air Force four grandchildren Danielle, Jennifer, Box 417005, Boston, Mass. 02241-7005 during the Korean War. He was a Jessica, Daniel and 12 great-grandin loving memory of Arlene. member of the American Legion Post children. 139 in Lyndhurst, Queen of Peace Son of Jenny Mayo and the late Thomas Vacca Knights of Columbus Council 3428 Jerry Sierchio, he was brother to Thomas Vacca of North Arlington, and Peter B. O’Connor 4th Degree Maryann, Philomena, Patrick. Nicho- formerly of Kearny, died suddenly on Assembly, Senior Harmony Club, las, Christine, and the late Geraldine. Aug. 9 at home. He was 50. Senior Activity and Nutrition Center, Born and raised in Newark, he lived Arrangements were by the Armitall of North Arlington; Holy Name in Kearny for 38 years. He enjoyed age and Wiggins Funeral Home, 596 Society of Mt. Carmel Church and hunting, fishing, and the past 10 years Belgrove Dr., Kearny. To leave an Polish American Citizens Club, both metal detecting and working in his online condolence please visit www. in Lyndhurst; and Telephone Piotomato garden. armitagewiggins.com. neers of America. He served as an MP in the military Tom had been a warehouse manHe was the beloved husband of the and worked at Schiffenhaus in Newager for World Trade Transport. He late Dolores (nee Daniels), the cher- ark until he retired. and his wife ran a Ferret Rescue busiished father of Nancy O’Keefe and A memorial is planned for Sunday ness. her husband Jim of Colonia and Rita Aug. 18, at 1 p.m. at Copestone Ophir Son of Joanne (nee Lourenco) and Przebieglec of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., Lodge #108, 225 Kearny Ave., Kearny. the late James, he is also survived by the adored grandfather of Gregory In lieu of flowers, contributions are his wife Lorri (nee Payne), his daughChelstowski, Kristy Ingram and her suggested to the family to assist for ter Karen and his brothers James and husband Jeffrey, Adam Chelstowski the services. Michael. and his wife Abigail, Austin PrzebieIn lieu of flowers, kindly consider glec and his wife Morgan, the loving Arlene Sprague a donation to the American Heart brother of Alfonse Przebieglec and Arlene Sprague, (nee Grimm) of Association. OBITS from
his wife Helen, the brother in law of Barbara Pryblick and Kathleen Przebieglec and the dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. The funeral was from the Parow Funeral Home, 185 Ridge Rd., North Arlington, on Friday, Aug. 9, with a funeral Mass in St. Michael’s Church, Lyndhurst. Entombment followed in Holy Cross Chapel Mausoleum, North Arlington.
Wee Willies best in division The Wee Willies softball team of Lyndhurst has been crowned 2013 Spring League Champs of the Secaucus Tanner Division, adding to its recent Fall League Championship of 2012. The team did so in stunning fashion by sweeping the #1 seed in the best of three series final. Owner “Willie” Schlessinger was so shocked, he has promised barbecued ribs instead of the usual liverwurst sandwiches for the championship
Standing, from l.: Ace Burke, Bobby Finelli, Wayne Fasano, Wayne (1st championship)Fasano Jr., Andrew Reichers, Lou Barbarelli, George Jessen, Ryan Fasano and Keith Wester. Kneeling, from l.: Tom Corkin, Michael Faulk along with coaches Brielle and Gianna Faulk. Not pictured: Steven Finelli and John Mooney.