David H. Burrough, 88, of Princeton, died August 7 at home.
Born in Haddon Heights, he was the son of the late James S. and Bert Pooley Burrough.
He was a graduate of Mercer Junior College and a retired proprietor of the Princeton Recreation Center on Nassau Street.
An Air Force veteran of World War II, he was a member of American Legion Post 0339 and Princeton Elks Club 2129.
Predeceased by a brother, C. Richard, he is survived by his wife, Lillian; a son, Chuck of Princeton; two daughters, Cathy B. Sirawsky of Lumberton, and Cindy B. Kandell of Pennington; a brother, James Jr. of Haddon Heights; and five grandchildren.
The funeral service and burial will be private.
Arrangements are under the direction of The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home.
Joseph Crossley II, 80, of Morris Plains, formerly of Princeton, died August 7 at home following a long battle with cancer.
He was the grandson and namesake of Joseph Crossley of Trenton, founder of the Crossley Machine Company, and the son of pollster Archibald M. Crossley and Dorothy Fox Crossley.
After attending Princeton schools and Loomis, he graduated from Princeton University with the Class of 1945. He later earned a master¹s degree at the Newark College of Engineering.
During World War II he served with a radar unit in the U.S. Navy.
For several years he was employed by Time-Life Laboratories to help develop color printing. He also worked for Westvaco in Pennsylvania, and later as a technical inspector for the Department of Defense.
He was an enthusiastic sailor and traveler, and a long-time tenor with the Morris Choral Society.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy; three sons from his first marriage, Robert of Wolfeboro, N.H., Peter of Leesburg, Va., and Lawrence of Newton, N.J.; two sisters, Helen M. Crossley of Princeton and Dorothy I. Crossley of Franconia, N.H. and Woods Hole, Mass.; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Glenda Maranita Dorsey, 41, of Skillman, died August 4.
Born in Princeton, she was the daughter of Josephine Spivey and the late Edward Spivey.
Educated in the Montgomery School System, she later earned a liberal arts/business associates degree from Katherine Gibbs School. She had a varied career as a professional executive, working most recently as a communications assistant for the Westin Hotel of Princeton.
She was a member of the Mount Zion AME Church of Skillman.
She is survived by her mother; Josephine Spivey of Skillman; a son, Kennin Glen Miller of Skillman; five sisters, Audrey Spivey of Atlanta, Ga., Patricia Spivey of Studio City, Calif., Deitra Scott of Toms River, and Spring Taylor and Tawanna Dorsey, both of Ewing; two brothers, Andre Spivey of San Antonio, Tex. and Claude Spivey of Chicago, Ill.; and a special friend, William Miller Jr. of Somerville.
The funeral service will be Wednesday, August 11 at 11 a.m. at the Hughes Funeral Home, 324 Bellevue Avenue, Trenton, with the Rev. Larry Mattox officiating. Calling hours will be 9 a.m. until the service at the funeral home.
Interment will be at Stoutsburg Cemetery.
Edwin E. Guzman, 47, of Trenton, died suddenly on August 3 at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in Hamilton. He was a window clerk at the U.S. Post Office in Palmer Square.
Born in Guatemala, he had lived in the Trenton area for 24 years.
He is survived by his wife of 18 years, Iris Martinez; his parents, Hector Guzman of Guatemala City and Angela Guzman of Trenton; and three siblings, Gabriela Gonzalez of Guatemala, Hector Jr. of Morrisville, Pa., and Fredy of Princeton.
The funeral was August 8 at the Chiacchio Southview Funeral Home in Trenton. Cremation will be at the family's convenience.
Memorial contributions may be made to the family.
Earl E. McQueen of Princeton died July 28 at the University Medical Center at Princeton. He was with his children, granddaughter, and a long time friend during his last hour.
Born in Lumberton, N.C., he came to Princeton at an early age, attending the Princeton School System and graduating from Princeton High School.
He was honorably discharged from the United States Navy, having served at Great Lakes Naval Air Station in Illinois and in the South Pacific. Following his discharge he returned to Princeton and attended school in Philadelphia to become a boiler technician-plumber. While attending school he worked for Burnett Griggs.
A master plumber affiliated with the Plumber and Pipe Fitters Local No. 9, he retired from J. B. Redding and Son in 1988. He had previously owned and operated his own plumbing and heating business, serving customers throughout Mercer County for more than 20 years.
He was a member of the American Legion Post 218 of Princeton and an avid sportsman who enjoyed deep-sea fishing, hunting, and golf.
The son of the late Emmett J. and Maggie McQueen, he was predeceased also by his wife, Gwendolyn; a brother, Emmett Jr.; and a sister, Esther. He is survived by a son, Earl Jr. of Plainsboro; two daughters, Shari L. Nottingham of Princeton and Coleen A. Phipps of Independence, Va.; three sisters, Grace McQueen and Francis McQueen of Lumberton, and Katie Granberry of Flint, Mich.; and five granddaughters.
The funeral was August 9 at First Baptist Church of Princeton, with the Rev. Carlton E. Branscomb, pastor, officiating. Interment was in Princeton Cemetery.
Arrangements were by The Campbell Funeral Chapel of Trenton.
Bernadette M. Meirowitz, 45, of West Windsor, died August 6 in the University Medical Center at Princeton.
Born in Queens, N.Y., she was a lifelong resident of the Princeton area.
A 1981 graduate of C.W. Post University, summa cum laude, she received her master's degree in special education from Rutgers University.
She is survived by her husband of 20 years, Dr. Robert F. Meirowitz; her parents, Edward and Geraldine FitzGerald Lelin of Port Jefferson, N.Y.; a son, Michael, and a daughter, Corinne, both of West Windsor; and three sisters, Jeannette M. Stephan of Glastonbury, Conn., Suzanne C. Lelin of Port Jefferson Station, N.Y., and Dianne A. Tufo of Fairless Hills, Pa.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on August 9 at St. Paul's Church. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to D.E.B.R.A., 5 West 36 Street, Suite 404, New York, N.Y. 10018.
Arrangements were by The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home.
Kate E. Nicoll, 96, of Bloomington, Ind., died August 9 at the Bell Trace Retirement Community. She had been a Princeton resident from 1942 to 2002.
Born in Saskatchewan, Canada, she received her bachelor and master's of arts degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, then studied in London at King¹s College.
She was a member of the Princeton Township Board of Education for nine years, serving for five as president.
An elder of the Nassau Presbyterian Church, she served as president of the Women's Association and on two pastoral nominating committees. For many years, she was also a member of the Hospice Aid Committee. She also worked with the Community Chest and Girl Scouts of America.
She is survived by two daughters, Patricia Agnew of Bloomington and Ruth Bronzan of Princeton; two sons, Dr. Roger of San Francisco, Calif., and Matthew of Wayzata, Minn.; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Hunger Fund of Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street, Princeton 08540; or to Trinity Episcopal Church of Bloomington, 111 South Grant, Bloomington, Ind. 47408.
A memorial service will held this fall in Princeton at a date to be announced.