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Feb 27, 2020

Obituary: Catherine "Kitty" Mulroe - Montclair Local

After emigrating at age 19 to the U.S. with her husband Peter, she was raising six children in Cedar Grove when the call of the old country caused them to pull up stakes and return to the British Isles aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth. Arriving in England, Kitty, Peter and the six children were welcomed into the home of Kitty’s sister Mamie, brother-in-law Vic and their three children. However, the challenges of the four adults and nine children sharing a house tiny by American standards, along with living through the most severe winter experienced in England and Ireland in 100 years, caused her Peter to rethink the move. After decamping England for a holiday in County Mayo, Kitty, Peter and family were once again crossing the Atlantic – this time on the S.S. United States. While her 6 children remembered it as one great adventure, filling them with stories for a lifetime, Kitty was burdened with starting life anew in Montclair with few resources, limited job prospects and a seventh child on the way. Drawing on her strong Catholic faith and her stoic nature, she raised (and more-than-occasionally herded) her seven — and eventually eight — children while husband Peter gutted and rebuilt the home they were living in, while simultaneously holding down a full time job. When later in life she had the opportunity for leisure she enjoyed traveling, w...

Mar 2, 2017

Let the planting (of some things) begin

You can also purchase soil amendments from Cascade Compost in Sumner and Puyallup or Cedar Grove compost in Maple Valley. Improving your soil before you add grass seed is more practical than using weed killers and fertilizers to fight a losing battle with the native weeds that thrive in your area.Q. Is it time to prune roses? I live in Auburn. I am a new homeowner and there were some rose plants when we moved in. P.P. — AuburnA. Yes, February through March are the best months to prune roses in Western Washington. Start by removing the three “D”s — anything dead, diseased or damaged. Then you can be severe and cut all the rose canes to just under 2 feet tall or be more gentle and shorten every branch by two thirds. The real secret of more rose blooms is to fertilize the plants several times during the growing season. Roses are hungry, thirsty plants and the more attention you give them the more flowers they give back. (The Olympian)

Oct 13, 2016

William Elbert Flowers

Tuesday. His funeral service will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church, 100 Green St. NE., Wilson. Interment will follow in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Elm City. The Rev. Charles Robl will officiate. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Joyner’s Funeral Home, 4100 Raleigh Road Parkway, Wilson. Bill was a WWII veteran and upon his return home he started working at Wilson Hardware where he worked for 58 years. He lived a full and active life, taking trips to the beach and playing tennis with family and friends. He was an avid fan of Duke athletics. Bill is survived by his great-niece, Elizabeth Cobb of Atlantic Beach; and his great-nephew, Will Cobb of Monroe. He was preceded in death by his sisters, Gertrude and Elisabeth Flowers; his brother, George Flowers, and wife, Nell; and his niece, Alice Flowers Cobb. Flowers are welcome or memorials may be directed to First United Methodist Church, 100 Green St. NE., Wilson. Condolences may be directed to (The Wilson Times (subscription))

Feb 2, 2016

RIP Peter Wolf

Peter’s obituary gives just a glimpse into the life of a man full of life, love, and kindness to his community: Edward Peter Wolf, 63, of Cedar Grove, NJ died Friday, January 22 at New York Presbyterian Hospital after a brief, intense battle with pancreatic cancer. Known to everyone as Pete, he was kind, funny, unpredictable, brilliant, and devoted to his family and friends. Born in New York City in 1952, Pete grew up in Montclair and lived in Cedar Grove since 1987. A graduate of St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, NJ and the University of Pennsylvania, he distinguished himself in corporate communications at Warner-Lambert Co. for 17 years, and retired from Pfizer Inc., both in Morris Plains, NJ. Since then, he was the Director of Corporate Communications for Par Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. in Woodcliffe Lake, NJ; a public affairs officer for NJ Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin; a reporter/stringer for Reuters U.S. General News, and a freelance writer and photographer. Beginning in 1978, he was a writer and reporter for Dorf Feature Service, an affiliate of The Star-Ledger; a public information manager for Upsala College in East Orange, NJ, and a public relations specialist for Borg Warner Corp./Baker Industries in Parsippany, NJ. Pete had many avocations, including photography, sports, music, and t... (Baristanet)

Jan 8, 2016

Montgomery County and Frederick County home sales

SANDY SPRING AREA Ashton Green Dr., 17508-Bernard G. and Joelle M. Genevish to Andrew J. and Jodi L. Johnson, $1.28 million. SENECA PARK-CEDAR GROVE AREA Dunstable Cir., 20053, No. 305-Federal National Mortgage Association to Jose Luis Orelland, $185,000. Stardrift Dr., 12215-Leslie A. and Enith C. Bermudez to Abdel I. and Catherine G. Almario, $539,900. TAKOMA PARK AREA Dogwood Ave., 214-William H. and Betty Anne Bell to David J. Arkush and Joanna H. Peltason, $635,000. TWINBROOK AREA Rockland Ave., 1916-Jonathan Goldsmith to Candace M. Tingen, $300,000. WHEATON AREA Eaglewood Ct., 12003-Jeffrey K. and Susan S. Poston to Timothy Allen and Sarah Brown, $300,000. Mapleview Dr., 11603-PRH Corp. to Kailani M. Thompson, $470,000. Frederick County These sales data recorded by the Maryland Department of Assessments & Taxation were provided by Black Knight Financial Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit ADAMSTOWN AREA Pleasant View Rd., 2010-Robert William and Sara Wisner to Laura Lea Bartlett, $282,000. BRUNSWICK AREA E St. E., 1-Melody Krista Marshall and estate of Beatrice Grace Sowers to Eric Moore General Contracting Corp., $60,000. BURKITTSVILLE-JEFFERSON AREA Gapland Rd., 2145-Penny L. Wilson to Charles N. and Margaret C. Bowen, $725,000. EMMITSBURG AREA Frailey Rd., 800-Raymond M. Baker and Stephanie A. Bender to Mark R. and Jill A. Long, $174,900. FREDERICK CITY-ADAMSTOWN VILLAGE AREA Britannic Pl., 6541-D.R. Horton Inc. to Kathy S. Yu, $330,580. Britannic Pl., 6555-D.R. Horton Inc. to Brenda E. Ngeke and Mwambo E. Efokoa, $336,471. Clarendon D...