OBITUARIES, May 17, 2002

Aubrey Huston Jr., Ernestine E. Brown, Roberto D. Tonelli, Beatrice W. Boyer, Charles W. Roll Jr.

Aubrey Huston Jr.
Management consultant
LAWRENCE — Aubrey Huston Jr. died Tuesday at home. He was 80.
   Born in Berwyn, Pa., he was raised in Villanova, Pa. He moved to Princeton in 1957 and Lawrence in 1994.
   At the time of his death, he was president and owner of the Princeton Executive Institute, a management consulting firm.
   He was retired from the Hay Group of Philadelphia after serving as vice president of J. P. Cleaver Co. of Princeton for many years. Previously, he was sales manager of Aberfoyle Manufacturing Co. of New York City.
   A graduate of St. George’s School, Newport, R.I., he was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1944, leaving to join the Army Air Corps in 1942.
   He served in the Pacific Theater with the First Radio Squadron, which at one point took him to the Himalayas in Tibet to repair a radar installation. He was honorably discharged in 1946.
   A former president of the Princeton Skating Club, he was a member of the Ivy Club, Pretty Brook Tennis Club and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. He also served the Princeton University Class of 1944 as a class officer and in many capacities throughout his life.
   Son of the late Aubrey Huston and Helen L.C. Huston Bettle, brother of the late Esther M. Price and Caroline B. Whitney, he is survived by his wife of 53 years, Katharine W. Huston; son and daughter-in-law Aubrey and Alice C. Huston of Hopewell; daughters and sons-in-law Natalie W. and Ellis Wiles of Springfield, Va. and Marion B. and John Lisko of Seattle; brother Morrison C. Huston of Chester Springs, Pa.; grandchildren Peter A. Hunter, Isabel B. Huston and Jocelyn P. Huston of Hopewell; Geoffrey H. Wiles and Nathaniel E. Wiles of Springfield, Va.; and Barbara K. Lisko and Frederick L. Lisko of Seattle; and many nieces and nephews.
   A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, May 25 at Trinity Church, 33 Mercer St., Princeton.
   Memorial donations may be sent to Trinity Church, 33 Mercer St., Princeton, NJ 08540.
Ernestine E. Brown
Retired executive secretary
   Ernestine E. Brown of Princeton Township died Sunday at The Medical Center at Princeton. She was 92.
   Born in Savannah, Ga., she was a Princeton resident 68 years.
   She retired as an executive secretary with the State of New Jersey.
   She was educated in Savannah public schools.
   She was a member of First Baptist Church, serving on the ladies guild and the Unity Choir and the Order of the Eastern Star.
   Wife of the late Carl Brown Sr., she is survived by son Carl Jr.; daughter Carolyn Brown Edwards of Kansas City, Mo.; grandsons and their wives Dwayne and Janene Brown of St. Louis, Jeffrey and Robin Brown of LeMoore, Calif., and Shawn Edwards and his fiancée, Valorie Freeman, of Kansas City; granddaughter and her husband Kima and Darryl Letcher of Kansas City; great-grandchildren Mariana and Chinara Brown of St. Louis, Jared Brown of LeMoore, Calif. and Xavier Edwards of Kansas City; and other relatives and friends.
   The funeral will be 1 p.m. today at First Baptist Church, John Street and Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, with the Rev. Maurice C. Wright III officiating.
   Burial will be in Princeton Cemetery.
   Calling hours will be 11 a.m. until service Friday at the church.
   Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home, Trenton.
Roberto D. Tonelli
Retired from Trap Rock
   EWING — Roberto D. Tonelli died Monday at home. He was 71.
   Born in Cordoba, Argentina, he was a Princeton resident for 20 years, moving to Ewing in 1986.
   Mr. Tonelli worked for more than 30 years at Trap Rock Industries, Kingston, retiring in 1997.
   Son of the late Maria Luisa and Ogenio Tonelli, brother of the late Betty Aramburu, he is survived by his wife, Loretta V. Tonelli; daughters Susana M. Dertiano of Plainsboro and Monica S. Tonelli at home; sons Alberto O. Tonelli of Lawrence and Roberto F. Tonelli at home; sisters Elsa N. Lopez and Nely Vasquez; a brother in Argentina; grandchildren Vanesa M. and Steven D. Dertiano, Adrianna V. and Kellie M. Tonelli and Mariana S. Arias; and many nieces and nephews.
   A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9:30 a.m. today at St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, 214 Nassau St., Princeton.
   Burial will be in Ewing Cemetery, Ewing.
   Arrangements are by Kimble Funeral Home, Princeton.
Beatrice W. Boyer
Hospital administrative assistant
   Beatrice W. Boyer of Princeton Township died Friday at home.
   Born in Trenton, she was a longtime Princeton resident.
   Mrs. Boyer was an administrative assistant for the director of the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital. She worked for the State of New Jersey for more than 30 years.
   She attended the Trenton public school system and graduated from Trenton Central High School. She also attended Rider College.
   Mrs. Boyer was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Princeton, where she served as its financial secretary and member of the usher board.
   She was a member of the Princeton Joint Commission on Civil Rights and was an active member of the Princeton Committee of the NAACP Defense Fund.
   Mrs. Boyer was past illustrious commandress of Khufu Court No. 118, Daughters of Isis, AEAONMS, Prince Hall Affiliation; and past matron of Aaron Chapter No. 8, Order of the Eastern Star. She also served as imperial deputy of the desert for the Daughters of Isis for the State of New Jersey; loyal lady ruler of Lady Orchid Assembly No. 44, Order of the Golden Circle; and deputy of the Oasis of Khufu Court No. 118. She was recently appointed deputy imperial directress of Zone VI, Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis.
   Daughter of the late Willie H. and Lou Emma Clark Waller, wife of the late Francis Dean "Sonny" Boyer Sr., she is survived by daughter and son-in-law Denise and Louis Brown; son and daughter-in-law Francis Dean and Sylvia Boyer; sisters Lucy Davis of Ewing and Mamie Yates of Trenton; brothers and sisters-in-law Harold and Betty Waller, Robert and Sarah Waller, both of Ewing, and Clara Waller of Trenton; grandchildren Shawna, Francis Dean Boyer III ("DJ") and Eric Scott Brown; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends.
   The funeral was Thursday at the First Baptist Church of Princeton.
   Burial will be 10 a.m. today at Princeton Cemetery.
   Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home, Trenton.
Charles W. Roll Jr.
Retired from Gallup Organization
   LAWRENCE — Charles W. Roll Jr. died Sunday at Capital Health System at Mercer hospital. He was 73.
   Born in Trenton, he was a lifelong Lawrence resident.
   He retired in 1977 as study director at the Gallup Organization in Princeton, where he worked for 19 years.
   Following retirement he formed Polls, Inc. in Lawrence.
   He was a graduate of Princeton High School, a 1950 graduate of Princeton University and received a master’s degree in public policy from Columbia University.
   He was an Army veteran, serving peacetime duty in Korea.
   An active member of the Lawrence Republican Club, he was a New Jersey presidential delegate at the 1976 Republican National Convention.
   Son of the late Charles W. and Katherine Roll, he is survived by a sister, Lenora R. Lloyd of Oldwick and nephew Harry J. Lloyd of Flemington.
   The funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, 40 Vandeventer Ave., Princeton.
   Burial will be at Lawrenceville Cemetery.
   Visiting hours are 12:30 p.m. to time of service Tuesday at the funeral home.