Marshall Barrett, a former Mayor of Harding, died on September 1. He was 76. Barrett served on the board of the Great Swamp Watershed Association and was the general tax counsel at Exon.
Douglas Gsell, a former Mount Holly deputy mayor and councilman, died on September 11. He was 85.
Margaret Ann-Warlick, who served as the First Lady of Chester Township while her husband, Pat Warlick was the mayor from 1976 to 1980, died on July 13. She was 70. Warlick served on the Chester Library Board and as president of the Chester League of Women Voters.
Edward Sterns, who at age 22 was assigned by the U.S. Army to serve as mayor of a German town in the aftermath of World War II, died on September 12. He was 95. Sterns practiced dentistry in Westfield and Millburn before retiring to Florida.
Ronald Love, who worked for the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, died on September 5. He as 79. Love was a U.S. Air Force veteran.
Leonard Devaney, a former member of the Bridgewater Recreation Commission, died on September 11. He was 86. Devaney served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War as a rocket propellant specialist.
Lenore Turteltaub, a former Livingston Republican Club president and legislative aide to Assemblywoman Jane Burgio (R-North Caldwell), died on September 9. She was 86. (Editor’s note: Turteltaub played an active role in the successful campaign of New Jersey Globe Editor David Wildstein for the Livingston Township Council in 1984.)