Recent Home Sales WESTFIELD
C. and W. Villane to Giorgio and Sophie Giaretta, 51 Sunnywood Drive, $295,000.
T. and P. Rucinsky to David H. and Antonia Steiner, 121 Barchester Way, $395,000.
G. Gershaw to Mary Jo O’Neil, 1174 Lawrence Avenue, $310,000.
W. and H. Farmer to Robert J. and Pamela L. Friedman, 869 Standish Avenue, $420,000.
A. and M. Zarraella to Lucy Arbes, 946 Cleveland Avenue, $200,000.
E. and J. Fox, 3rd, to Steven and Lucy Boycan, 735 Embree Crescent, $300,000.
A. and M. Pasquarelli to Dennis and Julia M. Moore, 709 Embree Crescent, $350,000.
G. and S. Magdieli and A. Grobard to Sean Christian Flannery, 303 Prospect Street, $336,750.
K. and M. McGrory to Jeffrey G. and Toni P. Moyer, 420 East Dudley Avenue, $240,000.
M. and P. Schwartz to Kevin and Laura Scanlon, 606 Girard Avenue, $375,000.
H. and P. Fraser to Patrick J. and Mary E.V. Burke, 638 Lenox Avenue, $440,000.
G. and K. Boebinger to Benjamin Davidson and Manuel Schuh-Davidson, 169 Harrison Avenue, $325,000.
B. and I. May to Glenn C. and Nancy F. Slavin, 249 Scotch Plains Avenue, $250,000.
C. and P. Corsentino to Alan H. Langer and Leslie A. Williams, 712 Warren Street, $340,000.
E. Becmer to Jacqueline D. Martin, 420A Rahway Avenue, $200,000.
C. Jenkins and M. Nagai to James J. McKinnon and Lorna Donnelly, 418 Edgar Road, $269,000.
N. Bartolomeo to David P.L. and Laura K. Cushing, 408 Salter Place,
$265,000. J. and D. Hollenbach to Steven Little and Jodi Zazik, 818 Fairacres Avenue, $420,000.
A. Mazzucca to David A. and Shelley L. Rosenberg, 917 St. Marks Avenue, $402,000.
T. and J. Tresnan to James and Marie Morris, 729 Marcellus Drive, $305,000.
United Arab Shipping Co., Inc. to William Weber and Susan Triverio, 21 Sandra Circle, $240,000.
P. Orlando to Vera Krasovsky, 319 Springfield Avenue, $232,000.
K. and I. Koo to Amit K. and Patralic C. Mukhopadhyay, 360 Springfield Avenue, $265,000.
M. Steinfeld to Roy W. Pascal, 633 Westfield Avenue, $300,000.
B. and A. Spiers to Dorothy Houston, 542 Washington Street, $230,000.
P. and I. Anzelone to Ariel P. and Marci H. Tavasi, 17 Stoneleigh Park, $507,500.
M. Noonan to Michael Steinfeld, 850 Rahway Avenue, $370,000.
G. and S.L. Walz to Gerard S.E. and Carole A. Heffernan, Jr., 838 Carleton Road, $308,500.
M. Glassman to Camille M. Kenny and William T. Conroy, 19 Manchester Drive, $401,000.
M. and B. Dame to Anthony Postaski and Maria Encarnacion-Postaski, 620 Norwood Drive, $276,000.
A. Slahor to John and Joy L. Gordon, 1513 Boulevard, $167,000.
L. and C. Calabro to John P. and Valerie and A. Warner, 241 Maryland Street, $197,500.
A.M. and E. Shenoy to Aromat Corporation, 37 Barchester Way, $599,000.
J. L. and E. L. More to David C. and June B. Hall, 634 Glen Avenue, $278,500.
T.W. and K.C. Frederick to Ralph L. Iannazzone, Jr. and Barbara F. Iannazzone, 820 Standish Avenue, $520,000.
D.R. and B.A. Mosser to Peter J. and Susan M. Totams, 537 Wychwood Road, $508,000.
C.E. and E.M. Davidson to Stephen Cronin and Nancy Bartolomeo, 227 Jefferson Avenue, $449,900.
S. L. and B.K. Kane to Barry and Randy Rosenfeld, 123 Linden Avenue, $401,000.
E.J. Murphy, Jr. and C. Murphy to Kenneth Scott King and Jeannine M. King, 710 North Avenue, West, $211,250.
A.R. and S.D. Lampert to David and Jill Reed Siroty, 1009 Coolidge Street, $245,000.
D.J. and M.L. Schugg to Lee C. and Cheryl A. Taylor, 740 Norman Place, $415,000.
R.J. and E.A. Brancatella to Charles W. and Donna A. Gurkas, 919 Ripley Avenue, $250,000.
T.S. and J.A. Biniaris to Glenn Alan and Susan McDonald Dierkes, 100 Surrey Lane, $237,000.
Carol Hoelzel to Mark Amato, 153 North Martine Avenue, $160,000.
Frank Besson to Cheung Tat Chan, 211 Second Street, $228,000.
Doris Ryan to Meryem Topsal and Mechmet Bayramoglu, 23 Deborah Way, $217,000.
Michael Lienhard to Donald and Susan Roeser, 26 Gere Place, $193,000.
Robert Weidenbacher to Gilbert and Lorraine Cortes, 364 Acacia Road, $245,000.
Hassan Nahvi to Robert and Laurie Huxford, 1972 Farmingdale Road, $303,000.
Deborah Reese to Scott and Erika Bonar, 2282 Elizabeth Avenue, $276,000.
Donald Roeser to Christian and Lorri Cooke, 2080 Oakhill Road, $303,000.
Marie Keller to Tim and Sylvia Hoffman, 1892 Lake Avenue, $125,000.
Mildred Dorn to Ralph and Kristen Taharo, 374 Park View Drive, $148,000.
Thomas Cunningham to William and Tammy Lytch, 831 Ternay Avenue, $140,000.
Richard Ramos to Thomas and Ruth Di Giacomo, 50 Fieldcrest Drive, $279,900.
Linda Honour to Frank and Geraldine Besson, 31 Allenby Lane, $500,000.
Andrew Swiderski to Aleksand Gorbach, 2276 Westfield Avenue, $215,000.
Stephen Hanson to Joseph and Donna Hayes, 9 Ditzel Farm Road, $365,000.
James Di Giorgio to Ronald and Sharon London, 2285 Evergreen Avenue, $238,500.
Ralph Dinizo to Antonio and Cecilia De Luca, 22 Aberdeen Road, $165,000.
Joseph Contreras to Daniel Murphy, 1922 Sunset Place, $165,000.
Alan Walker to John and Ana Arias, 2044 Winding Brook Way, $365,000.
Christian Cooke to Francis and Colleen Fay, 361 Union Avenue, $185,000.
Jason Cirrito to Gregory and Erin Pavin, 507 William Street, $230,000.
MOVING UP…Westfield Girl Scout Troop No. 989 from McKinley Elementary School in Westfield recently advanced to Edison Intermediate School after four years of scouting. This past year’s Luminaria on New Year’s Eve was the highlight of their last year at McKinley, and they hope to do it again for the town this year. The scouts also adopted grandparents in senior homes in and around town, learned to quilt, went horseback riding at the Watchung Stables and their favorite, camping at Camp Hoover. Pictured, left to right, are: top row, Assistant Leader Lenore Henry, Christine Henry, Rachel Iseman, Leader Leslie Streit, Robin Streit, Tamara Handy, and Assistant Leader Darcy Ortuso; middle row, Andria Colbert, and, bottom row, Erin Youngblood and Shamsa Baksh. WINNING WORDS…The three winners in the “Youth Essay Contest” for
students in the intermediate schools are presented with their awards by members of the Leonard J. Sanders Post No. 11467 Veterans of Foreign Wars. Pictured, left to right, are: Program Chairman Larry Smith, Fran D. Agnone, third place winner; Dan L. Hertz, second place winner; Vivian J. Futran, first place winner, and Post Commander Arnold Resnik. Vivian was also a third place winner in Union County. All the winners received plaques and government bonds.
Matthew P. Chemidlin Joins Team at Family Investors
Family Investors Company, located on South Avenue in Fanwood, has announced that Matthew P.
Matthew P. Chemidlin
Chemidlin has joined the firm. Born and raised in Fanwood, he is a 1984 graduate of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School. Mr. Chemidlin served as an aircraft crew chief for Stealth fighters and F-16s in the United States Air Force for six years, and was stationed both in South Korea and in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm.
Prior to joining Family Investors Company, he worked at Investors Savings Bank in Millburn in the Mortgage Department. He and his wife of two years, Janice, reside in Hillsborough, and Mr. Chemidlin is presently attending Raritan Valley College, where he is majoring is business administration.
More Mozart Concert Slated At Scotch Plains Library
The Scotch Plains Public Library will host a “More Mozart Concert,” performed by the Scotchwood Chamber Players, on Tuesday, August 18, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
This annual August concert is sponsored by the Scotch Plains Library, according to Library Director Norbert Bernstein.
The program will include the Mozart Quintette for Two Violas, K No. 406, a David Stone Miniature Quartet, and a new arrangement of selections from the musical Oklahoma by Robert Paoli, one of the original founders of the More Mozart Chamber Players at the Scotch Plains Library.
Co-founder Lubove Schnable stated that the Scotchwood Chamber Players/The Woodland Quartette has performed at the library for a quarter of a century.
This concert will pay tribute to the 100th birthday of George Gershwin through a performance of Gershwin’s “Lullaby,” “Embraceable You” and “Someone to Watch Over Me.”
This summer’s concert will feature Roisin Egenton, violinist, and her brother, Cormac, violist. Roisin is a student at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, and Cormac is a viola major at Vanderbilt University.
While in high school, Roisin, who attended Oak Knoll School of the
Holy Child in Summit, and Cormac, who attended Oratory Prep, also in Summit, both served as Principals in the New Jersey Youth Symphony and the Manhattan School of Music Youth Orchestra.
Returning to the More Mozart series is string bassist William Holaday, who currently performs and serves as Program Director at the Cornerstone Restaurant in Metuchen. He was a member of the Claud Thornhill Orchestra, among other bands, and was a music teacher in Watchung, Rahway and Roselle.
A regular member of the Woodland Quartet is violoncellist Leon Wang, a resident of Fanwood. He formerly toured Europe and the Orient with the Shanghai Philharmonic, and is a computer programmer with Merrill Lynch.
Mr. Paoli, a composer, violist and violinist, is Director of the Summit Strings and an English instructor at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison. He is a resident of North Plainfield.
Mrs. Schnable lives in Fanwood and is a private violin and viola teacher.
This concert will be held in the downstairs Community Room, with access through the library or from the outside entrance after 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served following the concert.
MOZART, ANYONE?…Area musicians gear up for the More Mozart concert to be held at the Scotch Plains Public Library on August 18. Pictured, left to right, are: Leon Wang, Robert Paoli, Lubove Schnable, Roisin Egenton, Cormac Egenton and William Holaday.
It has long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.
— Elinor Smith
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— Benjamin Franklin
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