Raymond Struck

   NEW HOPE — Raymond Edward Struck, 44, died Friday, May 24, at Abington Memorial Hospital.
   Born in Trenton, he was a lifelong resident of Hamilton Square, N.J., before recently moving to New Hope.
   He worked for several supermarkets and convenience stores in Hamilton and was employed with Southland and Giant Corp., New Hope, at the time of his death.
   He was a 1976 graduate of St. Anthony’s High School, Hamilton, and enjoyed bird-watching.
   Son of the late Genevieve Ann Skiba Struck and brother of the late Nancy Struck Howell, he is survived by his father, John Struck of Hamilton; a brother, Edward Struck; three sisters and a brother-in-law, Burnadette "Cookie" Struck, Joyce Struck and Janice and Don Speinheimer; nieces and nephews, Robert, Jason, Joseph, Lisa Marie, Brandon, Jamie Lee, Donald John and Jenna Eve; and other relatives and friends.
   Private graveside service were held Friday at Princeton Memorial Park, Washington Township, N.J.
   Arrangements were under the direction of Chiacchio Southview Funeral Home, Trenton.
Josephine Cicchino

   LAMBERTVILLE — Josephine Cicchino, 89, died Wednesday, May 29, at Hunterdon Care Center, Raritan Township.
   Born in Delaware Township, she lived in Lambertville most of her life.
   She had worked at the Lambertville Hosiery Mill and retired in 1978 after 24 years with Jockey International.
   She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church and the Lambertville chapter of Deborah Hospital Foundation.
   Daughter of the late Nicola and Isabella Biondi Cicchino and sister of the late Michael, Theodore, Alfred and James Cicchino and Mary and Jennie Nanni, she is survived by a sister, Angie Siwy of West Amwell; eight nephews; and a niece.
   A Mass of Christian Burial was held Tuesday at the church. Burial was in the parish cemetery.
   Arrangements were under the directions of the Garefino Funeral Home, Lambertville.
   Memorial donations may be made to the Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance and Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 237, Lambertville, 08530.
Albert Haveson

   YARDLEY, Pa. — Albert Haveson, 84, died Friday, May 31, at Chandler Hall, Newtown.
   Born in Trenton, he was a longtime Trenton area resident and lived in Yardley 30 years.
   An Army veteran of World War II, he was a chief warrant officer stationed in Iceland. Following the war he joined his family’s business, Haveson’s Clothes, Trenton, and operated the men’s clothing store for more than 30 years. He also was co-owner of R.A. Donnelly Clothing Store.
   Mr. Haveson established Havco Construction Co., which purchased and renovated area properties, including the Rider College building in Trenton. He was a member of Congregation Brothers of Israel, Greenacres Country Club, Trenton Lodge 5 F&AM, American Jewish Committee, AIPAC and Chaine des Rotisseurs. He was an officer of the Order of the Mondial.
   Son of the late Isaac and Celia Haveson, brother of the late Bess Himmelstein and widower of Adele Kaplan Haveson, he is survived by his wife, Shirleyann Diamond Haveson; four sons and three daughters-in-law, Paul and Rena Haveson of Seattle, Hal and Janice Haveson of New Hope, Jack and Sharona Ross of Tampa, Fla., and Scott Haveson of Seattle; a brother, William Haveson of Pompano Beach, Fla.; six grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
   The funeral was held Sunday at Orland’s Ewing Memorial Chapel, Ewing, with Rabbi Howard Hersch of Congregation Brothers of Israel officiating. Burial was in Congregation Brothers of Israel Cemetery, Hamilton. A period of mourning was observed at the Haveson residence.
   Memorial donations may be made to Congregation Brothers of Israel, 499 Greenwood Ave., Trenton, 08609.