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first_img70, a resident of Bayonne passed away in Hospice Care at a family home in Warren, NJ on July 30, 2017. Born in Hoboken and raised in Newark, Mary graduated from Mt. Saint Dominic Academy in Caldwell and, Caldwell College. She earned a Masters Degree in Psychology and Counseling from Penn State University. Mary was a lifelong teacher, dedicating her life to Catholic Education and Parish Religious education programs at Saint Andrew and St. Mary Star of the Sea schools in Bayonne. Mary was a sister to John Dalessio and his wife Kathie, Michael Dalessio and his wife Annette, Sister Elizabeth Dalessio, MPF, Joan Dalessio, and Therese Butler and her husband Thomas; a friend to Pat Morris; and a cousin to Maria Giotis. Mary also leaves behind an extended family of nieces and nephews and their children, as well as many cousins and friends. Mary was predeceased by her parents, John and Grace (nee: Badaracco). In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Mary may be made to Blessed Miriam Teresa Demjanovich Parish, Food Pantry or to the Religious Teachers Filippini, Saint Joseph Infirmary, c/o Sister Ascenza Tizzano, MPF, Villa Walsh, 455 Western Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.last_img read more

Pennant-Winning 1915 Phillies Visit Ocean City on Saturday

first_imgThe Philadelphia Phillies won their first National League pennant in 1915, and a special presentation at 1 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 21) at the Ocean City Free Public Library will provide a look at how spring training was different 100 years ago.WHO: Baseball author and Phillies authority Bob WarringtonWHERE: The Ocean City Community Center, 17th Street and Simpson Avenue, in the Christopher Maloney Lecture Hall (on the 17th Street side of the block-long complex)WHEN: 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21ADMISSION: FreeWHAT: Enjoy stories about a bizarre and hilarious experience that included the Phillies traveling to spring training in St. Petersburg, Fla. by boat, some team members being pursued by a lynch mob and some almost drowning in a storm. Warrington has presented similar programs to the Society for American Baseball Research, the Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society and other sports organizations.WHAT ELSE: Visitors will be able to have their photos taken holding a 100-year-old baseball bat that belonged to Phillies first baseman Fred Luderus. Warrington will display memorabilia and photos of the 1915 team. The Phillies have provided numerous door prizes and prizes to be awarded during Phillies Trivia Contest following the presentation.last_img read more