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By David Wildstein, March 14 2023 10:22 pm

Malcolm L. Frisby, the grandson of New Jersey political leader Jeannine Frisby LaRue, and the nephew/son of Mercer County Commissioner Samuel Frisby and Trenton City Council President Teska Frisby, died of a heart attack on March 13. He was 37.

George R. Fisher, a retired physician who, at age 88 became the Republican nominee for State Assembly in the 6th district in 2013, died on March 9.  He was 97.  In his race against Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald (D-Voorhees) and  Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt (D-Cherry Hill), Fisher ran 9,967 votes behind Lampitt in a heavily Democratic district.

Janet Mills Moon, who was appointed to the New Jersey State Council of the Arts by Gov. William Cahill, and was reappointed by Govs. Brendan Byrne and Thomas Kean.  She was 97.

Floyd Evans, Jr., a former mayor of Delaware Township, died on March 13.  He was 92.  A U.S. Force veteran who served in the Korean Ward, he was a commercial airline pilot for TWA.

Frank Ondrushek, Jr., a former Plumsted school board member, died on March 5.  He was 86.  He was a U.S. Marine veteran and member of the Bricklayers, Masons & Plasterers Local 47.

Jacqueline Mirkin, an advocate of social justice issues, died on February 27.  She was 92.  She was a gay rights and reproductive freedom activist.

Frederick Searby, Jr., a Freehold Township fire commissioner from 1974 to 1966, died on March 7.  He was 83.

Anthony Giuliano, Sr., a Democratic county committeeman in Carteret, died on January 13.  He was 76.

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