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  • Vol. 7 No. 3 Published by and for The Residents of Sea Breeze at Lacey

    Belmar Gazebo Photography by Mike March

  • 2 The Breezeway March 2019

    STATEMENT OF POLICY - The Breeze Way is published for

    the residents of Sea Breeze at Lacey. Residents are invited to send articles to [email protected] by the 5th of the month for the following month.

    Material is subject to approval by the editor who reserves the right to accept, edit, condense or reject any submission. Articles published and ads accepted by the publisher do not represent endorsement by the Breeze Way staff nor the Board of Trustees of Sea Breeze at Lacey.

    Sea Breeze at Lacey Homeowners Association

    2 Arborridge Drive Forked River, NJ 08731

    Welcome Committee: Judy Sharkey, Chair Carolyn Kohler, Cochair Diane Dressler, Secretary Erna Cohen Patricia Horn Linda Marino Charlotte Martyn Michele Miller Kayla Nadel Joan Rivera Susan Szczepanek

    Management: First Service Residential 21 Christopher Way Eatontown, NJ 07724 Phone: 732-728-9690 Fax: 732-380-1821 www.firstresidential.com

    Lisa Romanoff, Property Manager Phone: 609-693-0630 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9AM-5PM Friday 8AM-4PM

    Finance Committee: Matt Golembeski

    Building and Grounds Committee: Nat Buro, Chairman Bob Sherman Phil Nardomarino Keith Hovey

    Social Committee: Judy Hovey, Chair Arlene DeSarno, Cochair Connie Bimonte, Cochair Mary Rothman, Secretary Eda Annunziata Diane Dressler Lynn Haim Linda Marino Holly Mulderrig Helen Pecelli Mary Rothman Catherine Schwartz Ana Maria Soto Jocelyn Tallon Jane Watermen

    Block Captains: 1-48 Arborridge - Ruth & Luis Velez

    49-99 Arborridge - Judy & Keith Hovey

    100 -139 Aborridge - Lynn & Don Macoun

    141-169 Lovelock & 144-162 Arborridge Debbie Caruso & Annmarie Derewecki

    171-209 & 164-206 Arborridge Betty Klika & Evelyn Kelling

    Gladstone, Iverness, Holbrooke Ruthann & Dave Cherence

    Dunberry, Hamptonshire, & Cameron Court Ron Martyn

    Braemore and Ambermist - Tom Dreher

    Ambermist Diane Puccio Even Side Phil Noto Odd Side

    Marque - Diane Puccio

    The Breeze Way

    Debbie Caruso - Editor Walt Bischoff - Editor Emeritus Marie Kessel - Editor Emeritus Cover Photo - The Photo Club Linda Arlotta Rita Barone Christine Buro Patricia Camarda Bill Klika Linda Marino Charlotte Martyn Catherine Schwartz Susan Szczepanek Janet Ulrich

    Around The Community: Sales Office: (800) 509-4857 Construction Trailer: (609) 242-6746

    Around Town: Lacey Township Municipal Building 818 W. Lacey Road, Forked River, NJ 08731

    609-693-1100 Police Emergency ................... 911 Code Enforcement ............. X2249 Public Works ...................... X2301 Administrator ..................... X2235 Municipal Clerk ................. X2200 Municipal Court ................. X2262 Board of Health .................. X2247 Building Department .......... X2252 Recreation .......................... X2203 Treasurer ............................ X2292

    Local Pharmacies RiteAid Pharmacy: (609) 242-6746 Walmart Pharmacy: (609) 971-7468 CVS Pharmacy: (609) 242-6823 ShopRite Pharmacy: (609) 693-7000 Medicine to Go: (609) 242-1400

    Tax Assessor........................X2242 Tax Collector.......................X2213 Zoning.................................X2250

    HOA TRUSTEES Bob Neiderer Charles Schafer Brian Johnson Gary Notte Ron Martyn

  • March 2019 The Breezeway 3

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    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

    It’s already March, and it feels like time is flying by. The cold and windy nights make me want spring to get here even sooner. Hope the next 20 days go by fast. First day of spring is March 20th. Can’t wait to see more sun and less wind and rain. Take a look at Out & About Town, there may be some things you may be interested in doing. It’s time for us to come out of the house and mingle. If anyone is interested in joining the Breeze Way group we meet the first Monday of the month at 3:00 pm in the clubhouse. Come up and meet us. Can’t wait to see some new faces. We are always looking for new ideas. Just wanted to let you know that Sunday Coffee is looking for volunteers to host. If possible try to help out one Sunday, they really need your help. It would be a shame if Sunday Coffee ended, so many homeowners enjoy it.

    Debbie Caruso

    QUIZ for MARCH Name the year of each person’s death.

    1. Elvis 2. Thomas Edison 3. Babe Ruth 4. JFK 5. Michelangelo

    Ans. page 30

    Ocean County Historical Society’s Second Annual Spring Flea Market

    On Saturday, May 4, 2019, Ocean County Historical Society is hosting our Second Annual Spring Flea Market! The event will be held in the Ocean County Parking Garage, rain or shine. The garage is located at the intersection of Hadley and Madison Avenue, Toms River, across from the Ocean County Historical Society.

    The hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Vendor 23’ X 16’ spaces are $10.00 for members and $20.00 for non- members per space. You may park your car at your space. You must provide your own tables and chairs. Please note that space location will be assigned in order of payment and receipt of contract.

    Besides vendors, our Victorian style home and museum will be open for tours. There will also be baked goods, used books for only $1.00 each, and local history books for purchase. In addition, our annual 50-50 tickets will be on sale.

    For a contract or additional information please call Jeff at 609-339-9134.

    Sally Guerrierie

  • 4 The Breezeway March 2019

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    Welcome New Homeowners to the Seabreeze Community!

    Daniel and Rita Russo moved to 117 Ambermist Way on October 11, 2018 after living in Toms River for the past 23 years. Dan is a retired law enforcement captain and is currently employed by The Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. in the marketing and sales division. Rita retired in 2008 after 36 years working for the Prudential Insurance Co. Dan enjoys working out in the gym, cycling, running and cheering for his favorite teams the NY Yankees and Oakland Raiders. Rita enjoys cooking, reading and quilting. They both love to travel especially to Las Vegas and Maryland Eastern Shore. They also have traveled to England and Malta to visit Rita’s family.

    Ken and Darlene Taylor moved to 180 Ambermist Way at the end of October 2018. They previously lived in Jackson for 2 years and Florida for 15 years. Ken is currently the director for an electrical and mechanical contracting firm that specializes in both water and waste water. Darlene worked for Bristol Myers Squibb for 18 years as a data manager in a supply chain. They have a daughter 19 and a son 23. Darlene likes to decorate her home and tackle home projects including painting walls and putting up curtain rods. She’s also quite skilled at doing her own nails. Ken and Darlene both enjoy reading, eating out and trips to Atlantic City.

    John and Kathy Pusterla moved to 131 Ambermist Way on October 25, 2018 from the Enclave at Lakeridge in Lakewood, NJ, where they resided for 10 years. They are originally from Wayne in Passaic County. Their 52 years of marriage have blessed them with a son Michael and his wife Ann Marie along with three grandsons. Kathy, now retired, was the Municipal Clerk for the Township of Wayne for 30 years. John was the Director of Public Works for the Borough of River Edge in Bergen County and retired after 34 years. He was also an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University, working in the Department of Community Affairs, State Certification Program. John enjoys going to the gym

    and is an avid reader. He’s proud and loves his restored 1986 Corvette. Kathy enjoys reading and ceramics. Together they enjoy traveling, especially cruises.

    James and Vickie Carr moved into 10 Marque Street on September 26, 2018 from Riverdale, New York where they resided for over 35 years. For more than 40 years James has been a Sr. Director at NYC Health & Hospitals Enterprise Information Technology Division and he has no desire to retire yet. Vickie recently retired from her job of over 25 years at Bellevue Hospital where she was a Coordinating Manager in the Ambulatory Care Pediatrics Department, scheduling MRI’s and CT Scans. During her tenure at Bellevue, she managed the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program, Chief Operating Office, Maternal Child

    Health and the Nursing Quality Management Department. They are the proud parents of a daughter, two grandsons and a new great grand-daughter. Vickie also graduated as an accomplished Chef, but she has turned over her apron to James, who is a retired, US Marine Corps ,E9-Master Gunnery Sergeant for 30 years. The Carr’s enjoys football, and as season ticket holders never miss a Jets Game. Relaxation time is spent listening to the Blues of which they are avid followers and they also enjoy capturing the photographs of many of their favorite performers. They both enjoy traveling, mostly in the United States.

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    Inquiring Photographer

    If you could relive one day of your life which day would you choose and why?

    Bonnie Holborow: “I would relive my wedding day because it led to having three wonderful daughters followed by five precious grandchildren.”

    Dan Russo: “My dad was in the US Navy during WW II on a LST ship. There was a