September 9, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 25 Obituaries Julia P. Davies, nee Prince, of Melbourne Beach, Florida and Sea Girt, formerly of Franklin Lakes, died Aug. 30. She was 76. She was a parishioner of Most Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church in Franklin Lakes, past president of the League of Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson, and past president of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Little Sisters of the Poor in Totowa. She ran the Hospital Bridge which benefited the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood and Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson. She is survived by her husband Frank J. “Buzz” Davies, Jr., her children Robert F., Francis J. “Terry,” Michael T., Thomas K. and Matthew P., 11 grandchildren, and her siblings Mary P. O’Herron and Robert A. Prince. Arrangements were made by Vander PlaatVermeulen Memorial Home in Franklin Lakes. Memorial donations may be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor, 140 Shepherd Lane, Totowa, NJ 07512 or St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation, 703 Main Street, Paterson, NJ 07503. Patricia Gail Erickson, nee Arnold, of Wyckoff, formerly of Midland Park, died Aug. 30. She was 51. She was a former bank teller for Citizens First National Bank of Hawthorne. She is survived by her husband Paul R. Erickson Jr. of Wyckoff, her children Krista and Brandon Erickson, both of Wyckoff, her mother Elizabeth Arnold, and her brothers William Arnold of Wyckoff and Douglas Arnold of Texas. She was predeceased by her father Elmer Arnold and her brother Donald Arnold. Arrangements were made by Vander Plaat Funeral Home in Wyckoff. Memorial donations may be made to the Hackensack University Medical Center, For Stem Cell Research, 360 Essex Street, Suite 301, Hackensack, NJ 07601. Helen B. Fallon, nee Kelly of Wyckoff died Sept. 3. She was employed by the Rectory of Saint Elizabeth’s R.C. Church for 19 years. She was a parishioner of Saint Elizabeth’s Church and a member the Rosary Society. She is survived by her daughters, Virginia Maczko of Wyckoff and Dorothy Pomroy of Pompton Lakes, seven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and her sister, Marguerite Cameron of New City, New York. She was predeceased by her husband, William J. Fallon Jr. and her son, William J. Fallon III. Arrangements were made by Vander Plaat Funeral Home in Wyckoff. Memorial donations may be made to Holy Name Friary, 2 Morris Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456-1700 Att: Fr. A. Francis Soucy, OFM. Julia P. Davies Kathleen M. Magura, of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, formerly of Wyckoff, died Aug. 29. She had been a parishioner of the Church of the Nativity in Midland Park, a member of the Rosary Society and taught religious education classes. She is survived by her family, Margaret and Larry Opthof of Lower Saucon, Pennsylvania, Kathleen E. Magura of Bedminster, Pennsylvania, John and Tina Magura of Doylestown, Pennsylavania, and four grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Walter, and her sons Thomas and James. Arrangements were made by Olthuis Funeral Home in Midland Park. Memorial donations may be made to Catholic Charities USA Sixty-Six Canal Center Plaza, Suite 600, Alexandria, Virginia 22314, or Habitat for Humanity International, 121 Habitat Street, Americus, GA 31709-3498. Evelyn E. “Lynne” Malkovsky, nee Quick of West Chester, Pennsylvania, formerly of Franklin Lakes, died Aug. 29. She is survived by her husband Robert L., her children Robert L. II, Christina M. Hall, Jeffrey M. and Elizabeth Ann Juhasz, nine grandchildren, four great grandchildren, and her sister Jeanette McCullom. Arrangements were made by D’Anjolell Memorial Home. James Robert McGrath III of Paramus, formerly of Ridgewood, died Aug. 29. He was 58. He was a house manager at Harrison House in Paramus for Buddies of New Jersey, for the last 12 years. Previously, he was a traveling Kathleen M. Magura chef with the Grateful Dead, KISS, David Bowie, and other notable rock n’ roll artists. He is survived by his mother Kathryn L. McGrath of Waldwick, his siblings Rick of Ridgewood and Barbara Gorga of Waldwick, four nieces and nephews, and three great nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father James R. Arrangements were made by Vander Plaat Funeral Home in Wyckoff. Memorial donations may be made to Buddies of New Jersey, 149 Hudson Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601. Patricia Ann Stephens of Fair Lawn, formerly of Ridgewood, died Aug. 28. She was 75. She was a member of the Gaelic League of New Jersey and a parishioner of Our Lady of Mount Carmel RC Church in Ridgewood. She is survived by her husband James S. Stephens, and her children Ann Marie Stephens, James M., Kenneth, William, John and Matthew Stephens. Arrangements were made by C. C. Van Emburgh Funeral Home in Ridgewood. Memorial donations may be made to American Diabetes Association, 1701 N. Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA. 22311. Wayne Tippit of Los Angeles, California, formerly of Ridgewood, died Aug. 28. He was 78. He was an actor, and played the role of Palmer Woodward on the television series, Melrose Place. He is survived by his wife Carole Macho Tippit, his daughters Sarah Tippit and Kate Tippit Avron, and four grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the Lung Transplant Program in the Women’s Guild Lung Institute, Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, 8700 Beverly Boulevard, Suite 6732, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Patricia Ann Stephens Evelyn E. Malkovsky Patricia Gail Erickson Wayne Tippit James Robert McGrath III Helen B. Fallon Emmanuel (continued from page 6) training and advancement. So was Tom, who also had one success after another. Both of them held one great job after another and continually advanced. 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(continued from page 7) Chris Rossi, president of the chamber of commerce, said he had already secured a volunteer, Oggi Echavaria, an employee of Rosario’s Trattoria on Central Avenue, to run the market for the chamber. “He has had experience with other local farmers markets as a vendor. He has a network of vendors that he has spoken to and has commitments from them to participate in the market,” Rossi’s letter indicated. Echavaria was the person who originally broached the market concept to the mayor. After discussing it with the council, Monahan reached out to local non-profit organizations asking if they would partner with the borough in the venture and thus help revitalize the Wortendyke business area as well as raise funds for their group. “Rather than rush, and before we jump on the bandwagon, we should define what we expect of the operation,” said Councilman Patrick “Bud” O’Hagan, who expressed concerns that the operation would be akin to a flea market. “We should limit the spectrum of what is permitted,” he added. Farmer’s market Borough Attorney Robert Regan said that general licensing and location would have to be established by ordinance. He said that the use should be subject to certain conditions, including location, parking and hours of operation. At a previous council meeting, Regan suggested that the market be allowed on a temporary basis in what is left of the season. The council could then use that experience to fashion the final ordinance for the following year, he recommended. Police Chief John Casson questioned whether the local governing body had the authority to allow the operation on the park-and-ride lot, which is owned by New Jersey Transit. He also cautioned that provisions should be made to leave access to the playground open. Ridgewood’s market is held on Sundays on the train station’s grounds with permission from NJ Transit. Monahan said that a “poor man’s site plan” would be required for the lot, delineating where everything would go and assuring access to the park. Councilman Bernie Holst expressed support for the market concept, noting that it would encourage more traffic to the business area. 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