PARSIPPANY, N.J. – The New Jersey District Committee of the Ukrainian National Association held its 2019 annual meeting here at the UNA Home Office on Monday, May 13. Representatives of UNA Branches 25, 37, 42, 133, 155, 171, 269 and 287 participated. New Jersey District Chairperson Oksana Stanko, who is also a UNA advisor, opened the meeting and welcomed all branch representatives as well as UNA Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer Roma Lisovich. Ms. Stanko chaired the meeting, while George Stanko, who read the minutes of the 2018 annual meeting that he had prepared, recorded the minutes. Ms. Stanko delivered a report on the district’s activity, noting that the New Jersey District in 2018 sold 23 new policies for insurance coverage totalling $563,000 and annual premiums of $13,586. Top organizers were Maria Drich (17 policies with a premium of 47,644), and Valentina Kaploun (11 policies with a premium of $57,100). The top annuities salesperson was Stefko Woch (12 annuities). … [Read more...] about New Jersey District Committee convenes annual meeting
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Munster have revealed their new home and alternate jerseys for next season.The inspiration for the design "comes from the wall of silence and respect afforded to all who play in Thomond Park and the deafening wave of sound created by Munster’s Red army in full flight". Soundwaves are part of the design on both jerseys, "the visual representation of actual recordings taken from match footage and a memory that will live on in the jersey for years to come".The alternate jersey is navy with red undertones.The jerseys are available for pre-order, priced at €70 for kids, €80 for adults, and €110 for the players' jersey.They will be available to buy online and in Life Style Sports stores from Friday, June 21. … [Read more...] about Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season
Nate Davis USA TODAY Published 6:11 AM EDT Apr 5, 2019 The New York Jets unveiled their new uniforms Thursday night, Nike's latest disappointing collaboration with an NFL team seeking to modernize its image. Anybody who's an Air Jordan aficionado — I'm one — will tell you, despite the footwear and apparel giant's many classics from years gone by, the new looks and reboots leave something to be desired with common frequency. Jets brass bragged that their overhaul — if you can even call it that — was five years in the making. This vast planning and creative effort amounted to a slightly modified logo, different font for the numbers and a new shade of green — "Gotham Green" (whoa!!) — hitched to "Spotlight White" and "Stealth Black," which are pretentious names for ... white and black. Oh, "New York" has also been added to the jersey of a team that's headquartered and plays its home games ... in New Jersey. … [Read more...] about NFL uniforms ranked 1-32: How does New York Jets’ new jerseys rate?
Carol Comegno Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 8:18 PM EST Jan 18, 2019 NORTH HANOVER, N.J. – A veteran from Atco, New Jersey with no known family died alone, but he was neither forgotten nor alone Friday. Roughly 1,000 caring strangers gathered for Peter Turnpu's funeral at the Brigadier Gen. William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery in North Hanover. Groups of veterans, government officials and others from South Jersey attended to show their appreciation for Turnpu's service to the country during the Vietnam War era and to ensure he wasn't buried as a forgotten former soldier. One of those strangers is the director of LeRoy P. Wooster Funeral Home and Crematory in Atco, who not only volunteered to handle the funeral but arranged for Turnpu to be buried with military honors at the state cemetery and put out a call to the public to remember him. "I thought handling his funeral was the right thing to do," said … [Read more...] about Hundreds of strangers honor veteran who died alone in New Jersey
Elisha Anderson, John Wisely, and Gina Kaufman Detroit Free Press Published 3:03 PM EST Dec 20, 2018 State inspectors had been to the Cantrell Funeral Home several times before, but this time was different. On Aug. 29, they slipped on respirators and carried flashlights as they searched the shuttered business on Detroit’s east side, chasing a phone tip that corpses were hidden throughout the building. The power was off and the building dark as they combed the basement containing knee-deep trash with the smell of embalming chemicals hanging in the air. Upstairs, they found a stillborn body and the cremated remains of another on a desk. But they missed an even more shocking discovery: 11 fetuses stashed above the first-floor ceiling in an infant-sized casket and cardboard box hidden by insulation. Inspectors wouldn't find those for another six weeks, when they returned Oct. 12 with … [Read more...] about Detroit’s Cantrell Funeral Home buried hidden horrors inside