Frank J. Rasimowicz, 99, on September 27. He, along with his wife, Sophie, built and operated the Extension Tavern in Ewing, famous for having the longest bar in the state.
Bill Sweeney, 63, on September 24. Sweeney was the longtime owner of Sweeney’s Saloon in Trenton and was one of the founders of the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.
William K. Seldon, 97, on September 21. A Princeton University graduate, Seldon served on the school’s administrative staff for several years. In the 1980s he wrote a history of the founding of what today is the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and subsequently wrote 15 monographs and histories for various institutions in Princeton, including the Nassau Club, Drumthwacket, and Princeton Theological Seminary. He was a founding member of the Arts Council of Princeton.