Robert Bradley, a longtime New Jersey journalist, died on March 30. He was 75. Bradley was a reporter for the Courier-Post and the Gloucester County Times, and later served a city editor for the GTT, and editor of Today’s Sunbeam. He served in the U.S. Army and was assigned to the Armed Forces Information School.
Gloria Pflueger, who spent 36 years as the North Plainfield municipal clerk, died on March 28. She was 88.
Ed LaTour, who served on the North Bergen school board for 30 years, died on March 27. He was 76. LaTour was a U.S. Air Force veteran who served on the military honor guard for the funeral of President John F. Kennedy. He was director of the Hudson County motor pool.
Mary Moran, a former Gloucester City municipal clerk, died on March 29. She was 94. Moran served as deputy clerk and clerk for 19 years. She served as a member of the Camden County Democratic Executive Committee.
Joyce Lake, who served on the Victory Gardens Planning Board for 17 years, died on March 23. She was 94. Lake was a former school board member.
Robert Spagnoli, a former Brielle Board of Education president, died on March 24. He was 91.
Robert Rigolosi, a physician and past president of the New Jersey Medical Society, died on March 28. He was 84. His late brother, Vincent, served as the Bergen County Democratic Chairman.
Elizabeth Peale Johnson, a former member of the New Jersey Historical Records Advisory Board and the New Jersey State Review Board for Historical Sites, died on March 21. She was 99. Johnson worked as a secretary for the War Production Board in Washington, D.C. during World War II.
Mary Rogan, who was a member of the Closter Democratic Club, died on March 27. She was 99.
Laura Anne Alston, who worked in the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, died on March 28. She was 74.