Clive B. Klatzkin, 87, on November 11. An Air Force veteran, he was a former managing partner of Klaztkin & Company, a Hamilton-based accounting firm founded by his parents in 1930. He was also active in the New Jersey Society of CPAs, the Jewish Federation of Trenton, and the Jewish Community Foundation of Princeton Mercer Bucks.
Joseph L. Koval, 81, on November 16. He worked for Bell Telephone for 30 years, then started his own business, Koval Electrical Company, and served as an electrical inspector in Hamilton Township.
Richard A. Carr, 71, on November 11. He operated Carr’s Family Hardware Store in Princeton Junction and later worked in transportation for the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district.
Nancy L. Chewning, 65, on November 8. She worked for the Ewing Police Department for 28 years and retired as a clerical records supervisor.
Lucille M. Mazzitelli Csillan, 77, on November 12. She worked for Bell Telephone, Yardville National Bank, and Roma Savings Bank.
Salvatore Leonard “Lenny” DiDonato, 89, on November 10. A veteran of the Korean War, he was appointed by Governor Brendan Byrne to serve as director of the Division of Building and Construction, a position from which he oversaw the construction of the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton. He was also past president of the Princeton Italian-American Sportsman Club.
Lillian M. Chance. She was a psychiatric nurse at Carrier Clinic, where she also developed and taught a course called “The Process of Grief.”