Nov. 20, 2008

   Harry Taylor III 
   ROBBINSVILLE — Harry B. Taylor III, of Robbinsville, died suddenly Nov. 11 at home. He was 56.
   Born in Trenton, Mr. Taylor grew up in Hightstown and moved to Robbinsville in 1989. He was the owner of Dealer’s Auto Body of Robbinsville for 25 years.
   Son of the late Harry B. Jr. and Iverna Taylor, he is survived by his wife of 37 years, Thelma Taylor; his children, Kim and Vinny D’Antuono of Hamilton, Cheryl and Jamey Bohonyi of Springfield, and Harry B. Taylor IV of Zionsville, Ind.; nine grandchildren, Tori, Alicia, Jaime, Abby, Alex, Elly, Jack, Nathan and Calvin; and his sisters, Carole Lewis and Grace M. Taylor.
   Funeral services were held Saturday.
Christine Braddock 
   PLUMSTED — Christine M. (nee Foss) Braddock, of New Egypt, died Nov. 7 at the Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center in New Brunswick. She was 61.
   Born in Rockville Centre, N.Y., she was a resident of Plumsted Township for the past 12 years and had formerly been a resident of Kingston. She was employed as a grower for Kube Pak, in Allentown.
   She is survived by her husband, Wayne; mother Eleanor Foss, of Clearwater, Fla.; and a brother, Steve Foss, of Princeton.
   A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23 at the New Egypt United Methodist Church, 38 N. Main St., New Egypt.
Dorothy Sanpetrino 
   WHITING — Dorothy Podsiadlo Sanpetrino died at the residence of her family on Saturdayafter a brief illness.
   Born in New York City, she lived in Farmingdale, N.Y., and Cranbury beforemoving to Whiting.
   Daughter of the late Anthony and Bertha Heiner, she was predeceased byher first husband, Joseph A. Podsiadlo, and her second husband, Joseph J.Sanpetrino. Ms. Sanpetrino is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Catherine andWilliam Dey of Allentown; and her son and daughter-in-law, Joseph andDolores Podsiadlo of Elmer. She also had seven grandchildren: Carolyn andhusband Frank Tizzano of Robbinsville; Karen and husband Jack Parry ofFranconia Township, Pa.; Christine and husband David Harris of Turnersville;Kathleen and husband Matthew Kraemer of North Stamford, Conn.; JosephPodsiadlo of Elmer; the late Lt. William Dey and wife Deborah Dey ofCrofton, Md.; Philip Podsiadlo and wife Hope of Monroeville; and thirdgreat-grandchildren: Meaghan and Amanda Harris; Collin, Allison, Jaclyn andKristen Parry; Ben and Cate Tizzano; Antonia and Nicholas Podsiadlo; KamrynDey; and Andrew and Lilly Kraemer. She is also survived by brothers Edward Heiner of Lillian, Ala. and Harold Heiner of Piqua, Ohio.
   Funeral services were today, Thursday, at St. Gregory the GreatChurch in Hamilton.
   Memorial contributions may be made to the Martin House Foundation forJustice/Learning Center, 794 East State St., Trenton, NJ 08609.