Vol. LXIII, No. 19
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Kristine Anastasio Manning, 46, of Chapel Hill, N.C., formerly of Princeton, died April 29 in Chapel Hill. The cause was neuroendocrine cancer.
She was an envstoryironmentalist and author of The Ecology of Place, a book describing a world in which land is consumed sparingly, cities and towns are vibrant and green, local economies thrive, and citizens work together to create places of enduring value.
After graduating from Princeton Day School in 1981 and Harvard University, Mrs. Manning worked at the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City. She continued her education at Duke University, where she earned masters degrees in environmental management and public policy.
As director and vice president for programs at Island Press in Washington, D.C., she focused on finding ways to protect the oceans and discover ways to conserve functioning ecosystems around fast developing cities and towns. Her work as president of the Haw River Assembly near her home in North Carolina made it possible for neighbors and visitors to continue to experience the beauty of this clean river. In recent years, she helped create and oversee her brother Trey Anastasios non-profit endeavor, the Seven Below Arts Initiative, an Artist-in-Residence program established to foster artistic development and arts education in Vermont.
For the past several years, she had devoted much of her time and energy to her son Jasons school, the Carolina Friends School in Durham, N.C., discovering in that community the satisfaction of citizens working together to create a place of enduring value.
She is survived by her husband, Michael Manning, and her son, Jason of Chapel Hill; and her mother, father, stepmother, and brother.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to The Neuroendocrine Tumor Clinic, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, 12902 Magnolia Drive, UTC-FOUND, Tampa, Fla. 33612, indicating that funds should be allocated to Fund No. 33438; or to The Carolina Friends School/Afghan Sister School Project, Carolina Friends School, 4809 Friends School Road, Durham, N.C. 27705; or to The Seven Below Arts Initiative, at www.burlingtoncityarts.com/opportunities/sevenbelow_residence.
Celia Herzog, 96, of Princeton, died May 5 in Princeton.
Born in New York City, she resided most of her life there before moving to Princeton in 1975.
Mrs. Herzog was an active member of the Jewish Center of Princeton and a co-founder of the Drop-In Lounge for senior citizens. She also started the BNai Brith Womens Hillel charity blintz fund-raiser and became renowned for both her blintzes and her cooking skills. In addition to being the matriarch of the Bernstein family, she was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
Daughter of the late Selig and Eva Bernstein, wife of the late Sam Herzog, and mother of the late Ronald Herzog, she is survived by her son, Stanley Herzog; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held May 7 in King Solomon Cemetery, Clifton.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Star of David Memorial Chapel of Princeton.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street, Princeton 08540.
Gail H. Hunter, 65, of Princeton, died May 1 at home.
Born and raised in La Jolla, Calif., she lived in Sun Valley, Calif., then in New York City for 15 years before moving recently to Princeton. She was a loving mother and wife.
She is survived by her husband, Samuel E. Hunter; two daughters, Stacey Matthews of Washington Depot, Conn. and Aimee Moreauot of Sun Valley, Idaho; two sisters, Peggy Street of Boise, Idaho and Laurel Finch of Palo Alto, Calif.; and two grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the direction of The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home.
A Memorial Mass for Enrichetta Lieggi will be held at 9:30 a.m. this Saturday, May 16 at St. Pauls Roman Catholic Church.
Mrs. Lieggi, of Pettoranello, Italy died peacefully April 18 at home, at the age of 97, surrounded by her family. She is survived by three daughters and many family members.
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