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By David Wildstein, July 03 2020 11:08 am

Al Opacity, a former Lyndhurst Commissioner of Revenue and Finance, died on June 24.  He was 69.  Opacity served in the U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets) in Vietnam.  A funeral director, Opacity was a first responder to the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.  He served on the Lyndhurst Panning Board.

Fred Constantino, a former Secaucus councilman, died on June 26.  He was 81.  Constantino as a U.S. Army veteran.

Fred Henry, who spent 12 years as a Dunellen councilman, died on June 29.  He was 82.

Sally Evans, the first woman to serve on the Little Silver Borough Council, died om June 27.  She was 92.  She was appointed in 1974 to replace Anthony Bruno, who had resigned, but was ousted in the Watergate Democratic landslide later that year.

Estelle Klein, a former Hopatcong councilwoman, died on July 1.  She was 86.

Arlene Raymond, a former Emerson borough administrator, died on May 18.  She was 90.  Raymond spent 40 years working for the Borough of Emerson.

Martin Lieb, a former Assistant Essex County Prosecutor, died on June 29.  He was 84.  Lieb was a U.S. Army veteran.

Gail Timmons, a former Newark municipal court supervisor, died on June 26.  She was 75.

Jane Wicke, a former administrative assistant to New Jersey Appellate Court Judge John J. Rafferty, died on June 29.  She was 90.  Wicke also worked for the Somerset County Juvenile Probation Department.

Frank Puleio, who spent 2 years as an investigator for the Middlesex County Consumer Affairs office, died on June 30.  He was 94.  Puleio was a World War II veteran and member of the North Brunswick Democratic Club.

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