Obituaries-March 25, 2004

Alice Wooden

   TITUSVILLE — Alice Mae Wooden, 90, died Thursday, March 11, at the Masonic Home in Burlington.
   Born in Lambertville, Mrs. Wooden had been a resident of Titusville for 66 years.
   She was a homemaker and helped run the family poultry farm for more than 30 years.
   Mrs. Wooden was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Titusville, New Hope Beagle Club, past matron of the Order of the Eastern Star and a member of the Golden Hours Senior Citizens Club of Titusville.
   She was the widow of Franklyn Wooden, her husband for 48 years.
   She was the daughter of the late Sadie Housel.
   Surviving are two sons and daughters-in-law, Franklyn and Dolores Wooden and Thomas and Agnes Wooden; a daughter and son-in-law, Frances and John Fisher; nine grandchildren; and 18 great grand-children.
   A graveside service was held Monday at Harbourton Cemetery.
   Arrangements were under the direction of the Cromwell-Immordino Memorial Home, Hopewell.
   Memorial donations name may be made to the Masonic Home, 902 Jacksonville Road, Burlington, 08016-3896.
Elfriede Glanzel

   LAMBERTVILLE — Elfriede M. Glanzel, 84, died Saturday, March 20, at her home.
   Born in Germany, Mrs. Glanzel moved to the United States in 1923 and to Lambertville in 1950.
   For some time she was employed at Mercer Paper Tube in Lambertville.
   Daughter of the late Hugo P. and Ella Clause Neubert, she is survived by her husband, Kurt Glanzel; one daughter and son-in-law, Joan and Ron Carter of Pt. Pleasant, Pa.; one son and daughter-in-law, Richard K. and Anne Glanzel of Stuttgart, Germany; one granddaughter, Kim Carter; and one grandson, Norman Glanzel.
   Funeral services were private and under the direction of the Garefino Funeral Home, Lambertville.
Veronica Tractenberg

   FLEMINGTON — Veronica Goral Tractenberg, 89, died Friday, March 5, at Independence Manor in Flemington.
   Born in Jersey City, Mrs. Tractenberg lived in Lyndhurst, Oradell, Paramus, Jackson, Kearny, North Arlington and Lambertville.
   The wife of C. Edward Wodynski, she also was married to Bert Verkay of Paramus and Jack Tractenberg of Trenton.
   Surviving are her two sons and daughters-in-law, Henry and Maria Wodynski and Michael and Judith Wodynski; five grandchildren, Gregory and Jeffrey Wodynski, Christine Deacon and Beth and Joel Tractenberg; and seven great-grandchildren.
   A memorial service is planned for the spring.
Lynn Bowers

   WEST AMWELL — Lynn Rhoda Bowers, 55, of West Amwell died Thursday, March 18, at home.
   Born in Park Crest, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Edith Schrope Petusky.
   She lived in Whitehouse Station before moving to West Amwell in 1997.
   She was a homemaker and crafter.
   Surviving are a daughter, Tara A. Bowers of Hardwick, N.J.; a son, Justin A. Bowers of Flemington; four brothers, Ronald J. Pierce of Philadelphia, Neil J. Petusky of Blue Bell, Pa., Rell G. Petusky of Niles, Ohio, and Kerry S. Petusky of Fletcher, N.C.; a sister, Chloe P. Coger of Brevard, N.C.; and her ex-husband, Gary Bowers of Woodbury, Conn.
   A brother, Miles N. Petusky, died in 2002.
   A memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at the Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home, Flemington. Calling hours are noon to 1 p.m. at the funeral home.
   Memorial donations may be made to the Hunterdon County SPCA, 576 Stamets Road, Milford, 08848, or Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, P.O. Box 685, New Hope, Pa., 18938.