Priscilla Snow Algava, 78, on April 23. An artist known for her drawings and paintings of dancing women, Algava taught art at Marist College, South Brunswick Schools, the Princeton YWCA, and the West Windsor Arts Council. She also was active in local and regional art groups such as Art+10, the Art Station, Trenton Artists Workshop Association, the 3rd Street Gallery in Philadelphia, and launched the “Wonderous Witherspoon” art gallery where she featured the work of other artists.
Stephen J. Arkuszewski, 64, on April 26. He was a mechanical engineer for the Naval Air Warfare Center in Trenton as well as for several pharmaceutical companies. Services will be held Saturday, May 4, at noon at the Wilson Apple Funeral Home, 2560 Pennington Road, Pennington.
Vito S. Colicchio, 85, on April 22. He owned and operated Villa Rosa restaurant in Ewing together with his wife, Antonietta.
Walter Jackson, 88, on April 3. He worked for New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company for more than 25 years.
Charles Barnwell “Barney” Straut Jr., 93, on April 13. By 1976, he was chairman, president, and co-founder of Horizon Bancorp after serving as president of Princeton Bank and Trust, where he had worked from 1965 to 1976. He taught economics at Princeton and was a managing director of the investment bank William Sword & Co. in Princeton.