01/02 OBITUARIES, pt. 2

From Jan. 2

Elbert Games

   TRENTON — Elbert "Jake" Games, 59, of Trenton, died Dec. 25 at St. Francis Medical Center.
   Born in Trenton, he had resided all of his life in the area.
   He was employed by the City of Trenton as a supervisor in the streets department.
   He was a member of Local #2286 AFSCME.
   He is survived by his wife, Linda Cox Games; a son, Michael, of Florence; a daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Steven Miller of Clifton, Va.; five sisters; three grandchildren, Matt, Christopher and Jake Miller; and several nieces and nephews.
   The funeral was held at the Huber-Moore Funeral Home, Bordentown City.
   Interment was in Bordentown Cemetery.
Louis A. Petranto

   TRENTON — Louis A. Petranto, 82, died Dec. 26 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton.
   Born in Trenton, Mr. Petranto resided in the Trenton area for all of his life.
   Mr. Petranto was a self-employed barber of Brownie’s Barber Shop, Trenton and co-owner of Style Barber and Beauty Supply of Trenton until his retirement in 1985.
   He was a World War II Army veteran serving in the Pacific, New Guinea and the Philippines.
   He received the Asiatic Pacific Service Medal Ribbon, the W/BV Star and the W/BV Arrowhead from the Philippine Liberation.
   He was the son of the late Rosario and Maria Zingarella Petranto, devoted husband of the late Dorothy Garrett Petranto, brother of the late Michael and Charles Petranto. He is survived by a sister, Susan T. Allegretti of Whiting; two brothers, Dr. Joseph M. Petranto of Lakehurst and Samuel (Tutt) Petranto of Trenton; a d niece, Mary A. Petranto of Columbus; many nieces nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great-nieces and great-great-nephews.
   Funeral services were held at the Hamilton Brenna-Cellini Funeral Home, Hamilton. Burial followed immediately in Fountain Lawn Memorial Park, Eggerts Crossing Road, Ewing.
   In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, NJ 07834.
Anthony W.


   HAMILTON — Anthony W. Bussiglieri, 78, died Dec. 23 in the Genesis Eldercare Mercerville Center, Hamilton.
   He was born in Silver Creek, Pa. and resided in Trenton/Hamilton area most of his life.
   Mr. Bussiglieri was an Army veteran during World War II and was twice awarded the Bronze Battle Star and Purple Heart for wounds received in action in the Philippines.
   Mr. Bussiglieri was formerly employed by Polk Printing, Trenton and more recently employed by Abco Printing Company, Trenton before his retirement. He was a member of St. Raphael’s Catholic Church, Hamilton, American Legion Post 341, Italian American War Veterans Post No. 2, the Hamilton Elks Lodge 2262 and the Roman Society in Trenton.
   He was the son of the late Adriano and Rosa Liberatori Bussiglieri. He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Gary Muggli of Newton, Pa.; a brother and sister-in-law, Frank and MaryAnn Bussiglieri of Hamilton; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Rosalie Faustini of Bordentown and Mary and Domenic Rago of Hamilton; and many nieces and nephews.
   The funeral was held at Chambers D’Errico & Correnti Funeral Home, Trenton.
   A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Raphael’s Roman Catholic Church, Hamilton.
   Burial was in the Veterans Section of Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton.
Floyd Capes

   WHITING — Floyd Capes, 87, formerly of Lawrenceville and Browns Mills, died Dec. 22 at his home in Whiting.
   Born in Kirbensville, Pa., he moved to Whiting 20 years ago.
   He had been employed by the Princeton University Press for many years; prior to that he had worked for Buxton’s Dairy in Lawrenceville as a milkman and as a warehouseman for Smith, Klein & French Pharmaceuticals in Trenton.
   Husband of the late Anna Leona Capes, his wife of 50 years, he is survived by three sons: Floyd James Capes of North Brunswick, Wayne Capes of Browns Mills and Ralph Hubbard of St. Augustine, Fla.; five sisters: Katherine Harmor of California, Helen Robbins of Ewing Township, Joanne Taglarino of Lawrenceville; Lottie Pierzanowski of Robbinsville, and Phyllis Mesday of Columbus; a brother, Joseph Capes of Pennington; two sisters, Irene Capes of Lawrenceville and Dolores Benson of Columbus; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
   Funeral services were held at the Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, Whiting.
Pasquale R. Tanzillo

   MORRISVILLE — Pasquale R. (Pat) Tanzillo, 86, of Morrisville died Dec. 20 in Capital Health Systems at Fuld in Trenton.
   Born in Morrisville, Mr. Tanzillo was a lifelong Morrisville resident.
   Mr. Tanzillo retired in 1978 as a freight conductor for the Pennsylvania Railroad where he had been employed for over 46 years.
   He was one of the founders of the Italian American Club in Morrisville and served as its first president.
   Mr. Tanzillo was a member of the Father Joseph Gallagher Council Knights of Columbus and was a member of the Bucks County Welfare Board and a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
   Husband of the late Louise C. (Aversano) Tanzillo, son of the late Andrea and Theresa Tanzillo and brother of the late John, Louis, Dominick and Luciano DeMario, Ralph DeMatteo, Tony Tonzillo, Michael and James Tanzillo, Antoinette Giangrante and Josephine DeMattia, he is survived by a daughter, Theresa A. Borinsky of Miami; a son and daughter-in-law, Jim V. and Trudy C. Tanzillo of Bordentown; 3 grandchildren, Jimmy, Scott and Amy Tanzillo; longtime companion Jeannette Ross and several nieces and nephews.
   Funeral services were held from the J. Allen Hooper Funeral Chapel, Morrisville.
   Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in Holy Trinity R. C. Church.
   Interment followed in the parish cemetery in Lower Makefield Township.