Judith E. Hutchins, 62, of Princeton, died February 19 at Capital Health System, Mercer.
Born in Washington, D.C., she had been a resident of the Princeton area for the past 18 years.
She was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in art history.
A former director of development for The Arc/Mercer, she also served as community development director for HomeFront. She was formerly a member of the Lawrenceville Historical Preservation Committee. Previously, she operated her own floral design business.
She was a member of the Junior League of Philadelphia.
She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Dexter; a son, Dana of Yardley, Pa.; two brothers, Richard Everett of Annapolis, Md., and John Everett of Fredricksburg, Md.; and two grandsons.
Cremation was private. Burial will be in Arundel Cemetery, Kennebunkport, Maine.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 28 at Westerly Road Church, with Pastor Mark Wellman of Hope Presbyterian Church, Randolph, officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Arc/Mercer, 180 Ewingville Road, Ewing 08638; or to HomeFront, 1880 Princeton Avenue, Lawrenceville 08648.
Ernest D. Mansue, 79, of West Windsor, died February 19 in the Princeton Care Center.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he had been a 50-year resident of Grovers Mill in West Windsor Township.
He retired in 1989 after 10 years of service with Lincoln Properties in Plainsboro as a maintenance supervisor. He was previously employed by the R.C.A. Astro Division in West Windsor.
An Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, he served in the 467th Fighter Squadron.
A charter member of West Windsor Little League Auxiliary, he was also a member of the West Windsor Lions Club and American Legion Post No. 76.
Son of the late John and Rose Mansue, he is survived by his wife, Eleanor; two sons, Alphus of Highland Park and David of Robbinsville; a daughter, Deborah Palazzi of Hamilton Township; a brother, Francis of Toms River; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
The funeral was February 22 at The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home. Burial was at Princeton Memorial Park in Robbinsville.
Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimers Association, 225 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1700, Chicago, Ill. 60601-7633.
Patricia Fordyce Mulford, 79, of Princeton, died February 20 at Acorn Glen Assisted Living. The cause was complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Born In Allentown, Pa., she attended Mary Lyons College. Upon graduation, she became a magazine and runway model for the John Robert Powers Agency, and one of his original Long Stem Roses, as the Powers models came to be known in the 1940s.
She retired from modeling in the 1950s and moved to Westport, Conn., where she became active in the Red Cross and one of the early proponents of breast cancer awareness, through the "Reach to Recovery" Program. She was a two-time breast cancer survivor.
She was predeceased in 1994 by her husband, Third Army Ret. Capt. James Taylor Mulford, a decorated World War II veteran who served under General George S. Patton at the Battle Of The Bulge. She is survived by two daughters, Barbara Jay of Belle Mead and Elizabeth Vavra of Wilmington, N.C.; and one grandson.
Burial will be in the Mulford family plot in Montrose, Pa.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association of America, 225 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60601-7733.
Robert H. Schafer, 79, of Normandy Beach, died February 18 in Ocean Medical Center, Brick.
Born in Princeton, he was a lifelong area resident before moving to Normandy Beach ten years ago.
He was the proprietor of Cooper and Schafer, Inc., and a former president and chairman of the board of Princeton Savings and Loan.
He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of World War II.
A member of the Rotary Club of Princeton, The Nassau Club, and the Hopewell Valley Golf Club, he was also a Master Mason of the Masonic Lodge No. 38 of Princeton, and a chief of the Princeton Hook and Ladder Fire Company.
Son of the late Carl and Lillian Kenarney Schafer, he is survived by his wife of 51 years, Mary Lee; two daughters, Nancy Greene of Hamilton and Patricia Robbins of Lewistown; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
The funeral service was February 21 at The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home. Burial was in Trinity All Saints' Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to The National Hemophilia Foundation, 116 West 32nd Street, 11th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10001; or to a charity of the donor's choice.
Joseph Servis, 81, of Princeton Junction, died February 15 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton.
Born in Princeton, he was employed as a mason for the Pennsylvania Railroad.
He was an Army veteran of World War II.
He was a member of American Legion Post 148 in East Windsor, and the Princeton Junction Fire Company.
Son of the late Grover and Ida Servis, he is survived by a daughter, Kathleen Herbert of East Windsor; a son, Joseph W. of Princeton Junction; two brothers, Grover of Largo, Fla., and Daniel of Browns Mills; two sisters, Jane McIntyre of Kissimmee, Fla., and Helen Stidfole of West Windsor; and one granddaughter.
A graveside service was held February 19 at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Arneytown.
Arrangements were under the direction of The Kimble Funeral Home.
Chung Mei S. Huang, 95, of Princeton Township, died February 22 at the University Medical Center at Princeton.
Born in Taiwan, she trained as a nurse in Japan. As a midwife in rural areas in Taiwan she delivered hundreds of babies. She later became a head nurse in Taipei Municipal Hospital in Taiwan before coming to Princeton in 1973.
She is survived by a daughter, Fui-Tseng Lee of Princeton; a grandson; and a great-granddaughter.
A service will be held to celebrate her life on Saturday, February 28 at 10 a.m. at the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, 40 Vandeventer Avenue.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Mission of Tao Confucianism, 35-49 166th Street, Flushing, N.Y. 11358.
Roy V. Lockwood, 88, of Princeton, died February 22 at his Windrows home.
Born in Glasgow, Mont., he graduated from Cornell University with a degree in civil engineering. After a brief stint working on the Shasta Dam in California, he went to the Panama Canal Zone in 1939 to help make the locks bombproof in anticipation of hostilities. During World War II he worked for the government, building the infrastructure supporting the Norfolk Naval Base.
Following the war, he started a career as an engineer with Socony Mobil, retiring from Mobil in the mid 1970s. His last project was the construction of the Mobil research facilities at Hopewell.
A communicant at Saint Paul's Church, he was also a fourth degree Knight of Columbus.
He was a member of the Nassau Club, where he enjoyed many friendships and bridge games. His interests also included history, politics, and sports.
One of his avocations was genealogy, which allowed him to trace his roots to an ancestor, Robert Lockwood, who arrived in Massachusetts in 1630. Another ancestor, Isaac Lockwood, fought for the American cause in the Revolutionary War.
Predeceased six years ago by his wife, Claire, he is survived by a daughter, Nancy Lennon of Larchmont, N.Y.; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
The family will receive visitors at the Kimble Funeral Home, 1 Hamilton Avenue, on Wednesday, February 25, from 4 to 7 p.m. The funeral Mass will be at St. Paul's Church on Nassau Street on Thursday, February 26 at 11 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Plainsboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps.