Evelyn J. Black, 88, of Hamilton, died July 6 at Care One at Hamilton.
Born in Kearny, she was educated there and lived there for more than 50 years before moving to Hamilton Township in 1993.
She was a former member of Eastern Star Chapter in Kearny and a 50-year member of First Methodist Church of Arlington.
Wife of the late Roy Edward Black, she is survived by a son, Roy of Aberdeen, N.J.; two daughters, Evelyn J. Pietrinferno of Princeton and Kathleen A. Stanley of Derry, N.H.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
The funeral was July 8 at the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home. Burial was in Arlington Cemetery in Kearny.
Donata Bombieri, 36, of Haddonfield, died peacefully in her sleep on July 7 in the Compassionate Care Hospice Unit at St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton.
Born in Navaccchio (Pisa), Italy, she moved to the United States in 1977. She attended Bancroft School in Haddonfield and then lived in a Bancroft Neurohealth group home with continuing education in vocational and living skills.
She was the only daughter of Susan Bombieri of Princeton and Enrico Bombieri of Cranbury.
A memorial mass will be held this Saturday, July 16 at the Nativity of Our Lord Church, 185 Applegarth Road, Monroe Township, at 9:30 a.m.
Memorial contributions may be sent to the Bancroft Foundation, 425 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield 08033; or to the Institute for Advanced Study, 1 Einstein Drive, Princeton 08540.
Arrangements are by the M. David DeMarco Funeral Home, Monroe Township.
Floyd J. Campbell
Floyd J. Campbell, 81, of Princeton, died July 5 at Princeton Health Center, Merwick Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center.
Born in Eads, Tenn., he had been a resident of Princeton for 76 years.
He was a graduate of Princeton High School with the class of 1942.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II in Iwo Jima and was awarded the Bronze Star.
He retired from the Princeton Post Office. He was also the owner/operator of Campbell's Taxi and Limousine Service.
He was a member and elder of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, a Past Master of Aaron Lodge No. 9, a Most Worthy Patron of Aaron Lodge No. 8, and a member of American Legion Charles Robinson Post 218 and the Princeton Association of Human Rights.
He was predeceased by his father, Isaac Campbell of Memphis, Tenn., and his mother, Ruby Anderson Campbell of Princeton. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Consuelo B. Campbell; three daughters, Daphne C. Williams of San Diego, Calif., Sharon "Nini" Campbell of Detroit, Mich., and Lynette E. Campbell of Houston, Texas; two sons, Floyd and Mark, both of Princeton; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
The funeral was July 11 at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church. Interment was in Princeton Cemetery.
Arrangements were by the Hughes Funeral Home.
Memorial donations may be made to the Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund.
Earl W. Farley
Earl W. Farley, 82, of Lawrenceville, died July 2 at the Compassionate Care Center at St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, after a long battle with heart disease.
Born in Trenton, he lived for 53 years in Lawrenceville.
He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
He owned and operated Princeton General Welding from 1947 to 1985. After a brief retirement, he worked as a security guard at Merrill Lynch in Plainsboro.
He had a lifelong interest in the sea, and loved power boating on Barnegat Bay.
He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Marcella (Coria) Farley; and a daughter, Linda Roberts of Washington Crossing, Pa.
Funeral services were private and under the direction of the Kimble Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Compassionate Care at St. Francis Medical Center, 601 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton 08629.
Holt A. Murray Jr., 55, of Princeton, died July 2 at Chandler Hall in Newtown, Pa. after a long struggle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease).
Born in Trenton, he spent his entire life in the Hopewell and Princeton area.
A graduate of the Hun School, he went on to graduate from the University of Notre Dame, class of 1972, with a degree in electrical engineering. The following year he earned a second degree in metallurgical engineering.
He worked as an engineer for Princeton Plasma Physics, Princeton University. He held several patents.
He served as a member of the Hopewell Borough Council and was a co-founder of the Hopewell Valley Lacrosse League. He was honored by Hopewell Borough for his extensive volunteer work which included being a founder of Hopewell Borough Park. He also served on the Hun School board of trustees.
He is survived by his parents, Holt A. and Regina W. Murray; four sons, Dr. Holt N. Murray, Neil W. Murray, E. Ryan Murray, and Matthew T. Murray; a brother, Thomas W. Murray; two sisters, Regina M. Volkwein and Anne M. Patterson; and two grandsons.
Services were private. Arrangements were under the direction of the M. William Murphy Funeral Home, Ewing.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Chandler Hall Hospice, 99 Barclay Street, Newtown, Pa. 18940.
Mary E. Pemberton, 83, of Princeton, died July 1 at Princeton Care Center.
Born in New York City, she was a Princeton resident for more than 50 years. She worked for many years at the Ivy Club and other restaurants in the Princeton area.
Predeceased by her husband Prosper, she is survived by a son, Prosper Aeschbacher, and two grandchildren, all of Denver, Colo.
The funeral service was July 8 at the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home. Burial was in Trinity All Saints' Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.