Nicholas B. Katzenbach, 90, who served as U.S. attorney general under President Lyndon B. Johnson, died on May 8. He lived in Skillman.
From 1950 to 1952 he was attorney-advisor in the Office of General Counsel to the Secretary of the Air Force. He served in the U.S. Department of Justice as assistant attorney general of the Office of Legal Counsel from 1961 to 1962 and as deputy attorney general from 1962 to 1965. He was U.S. attorney general from 1965 to 1966. He then served as undersecretary of state from 1966 to 1969.
Katzenbach advised President John F. Kennedy during the Cuban missile crisis, negotiated the release of Cuban prisoners captured during the Bay of Pigs invasion, and pushed for an independent commission to investigate the Kennedy assassination.
Daniel Robert Eignor, 65, a principal psychometrician at Educational Testing Service, died on Friday, May 25. Eignor joined ETS in 1978 as a statistical associate. While at the company he had numerous roles and served as a psychometrician for testing programs such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language and the SAT. He also served as editor for the ETS Research Report Series.
Dana DeLorenzo Brandt, 47, died on May 2. Brandt, along with her husband, Daniel, owned and operated DJ’s Restoration in Ewing Township for the past 18 years.
Mary Lou Stevenson, 73, died on May 16. She was the author of two books, a biography “Lady Gregory: The Woman Behind the Irish Renaissance” and a fictitious parody: “What’s Really Important in Princeton,” chronicling her and her friends absurdest adventures.
Dale M. Grieb, 66, died on May 2. He was employed by Princeton University for 40 years as the director of administration and services with the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Alex Scavo, 39, owner of Sal’s Pizzeria in East Windsor, died May 23. Scavo took over the family business three years ago after his father, Sal, died.
Mark E. Zduniak, 55, died May 20. Zduniak worked for Wrights Roses in Cranbury, in sales. He also worked for National Pools in Robbinsville, and H & H Gas in Robbinsville in customer service.
Dorothy V. Hutton, 90, died on May 22. A long-time teacher, she retired as director of St. Mark Cooperative Nursery School in Hamilton Square.
Charles “Pee Wee Hunt” Leverett, 75, an accountant for more than 25 years at Mettler Instrument Corp. in Hightstown, died on May 21.