Lawrence H. "Larry" Golden, of San Antonio, Fla., died August 14.
Born in Princeton, he was a longtime Princeton area resident before moving to Florida in 1997.
Mr. Golden was a plumbing inspector for Princeton Borough, Princeton Township, and Montgomery, West Windsor and Plainsboro town-ships.
He was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in San Antonio, the Elks Club, and Plumbers Union Local 9.
He enjoyed golf and bowling.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon; two daughters, Therese Golden of San Antonio, Fla., and Kimberly Webster of Spring Hill, Fla.; a brother, Charles of Yardville; a sister, Ruth Golden of Glassboro; and five grand- children.
A memorial Mass was celebrated August 29 at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Memorial contributions may be made to Hernanda Pasco Hospice, 12107 Majestic Boulevard, Hudson, Fla. 34667.
Arrangements were by The Kimble Funeral Home.
Albert "Slick" Perone, 73, of Skillman, died August 29 in the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick.
Born in Princeton, he lived in Skillman for the last 47 years.
Mr. Perone retired after 40 years as a postal carrier with the U.S. Postal Service office of Princeton. For the last 16 years he worked with his son at Perone Landscaping Inc. in Skillman.
He was a trustee and vice president of the Tri-County Pigeon Racing Club of Somerset County. He also coached basketball and baseball for St. Paul's School.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Helen; three sons, Steven of Skillman, David of Hopewell, and Thomas of Belle Mead; two brothers, John of Princeton and Joseph of Lawrenceville; and six grandchildren.
The funeral will be September 3 at 8:30 a.m. at The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. at St. Paul's Church.
Burial will be in the family plot in Princeton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Challah Fund, c/o Dr. Michael J. Nissenblatt, 205 Easton Avenue, New Brunswick 08901.
James A. Kuser
James Amberg Kuser, 32, of New York City, died unexpectedly in New York on August 31.
Born in Princeton, he lived in Lawrenceville until graduation from college, before moving to New York.
He was a graduate of The Lawrenceville School, University of Notre Dame, and the University of Michigan, where he received an MBA.
For the past five years Mr. Kuser was a vice president at Merrill Lynch in the company's wealth management services.
His Catholic faith was important to him. He regularly attended Masses at St. Paul the Apostle and St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York. His other interests included sports, travel, and volunteer work for his church and community.
He is survived by his parents, Mary Kay and Rob Kuser; a brother, Chris; a sister, Katherine of New York City; a grandmother, Katherine Amberg of Lawrenceville; and his beloved friend, Mary Pat Lancelotta of New York City.
A Mass of Christian Celebration will be held at St. James Church on Thursday, September 4.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Lawrenceville School or University of Notre Dame.
Arrangements are by the M. William Murphy Funeral Home, Ewing.
Jossie I. Broadway
Jossie I. Broadway, 99, of Princeton, died August 26 at home.
Born and educated In Wadesboro, N.C., she had been a resident of Princeton since 1929.
Mrs. Broadway was a supervisor in the food service department of Princeton University for 25 years.
She was a member of First Baptist Church of Princeton. She was also a member of the Witherspoon Lodge B.P.O.E. No. 178, and the Rising Sun Temple No. 119.
She was predeceased by her husband, John, and her children Linda Boone, Lydia Dilly, James, Herman, Ervin, Henry, John Jr., Neda and Broadway. She is survived by two daughters, Johnsie Burnett of Columbia, Md., and Frances Craig of Princeton; three sons, Herbert and Romus of Princeton, and John 0. of Lawrenceville; a brother, Lester Gaddy of Cheraw, S.C.; a sister, Daisy Smith of Concord, N.C.; a special friend, Rosalie Green of Princeton; 27 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
The funeral service will be September 4 at 1 p.m. at the First Baptist Church on John Street at Paul Robeson Place. Burial will be at Princeton Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Anderson Funeral Service, Trenton.
Yu Shu Liu Lee, 88, of West Windsor, died August 26 at home.
Born in Szechuan, China, she lived in West Windsor for the past three years.
She was a graduate of Women's Normal College in China with a bachelor's degree in home economics.
Predeceased by her husband, Pao Chu Lee, in 1980, she is survived by five children, James Wen-Dow of Lawrenceville, Wen Ling Fan of Livingston, Edna Wien Lyan of West Windsor, Wen Wei Ger of Weatogue, Conn., and Wen Chi of Dallas, Tex.; a sister, Qung Shu Liu; and nine grandchildren.
The funeral service was August 29 at the Saul Colonial Home, Hamilton Square. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery.