Capra, Guy  1964-1991  

Guy is remembered by his family as a wonderful son, brother, and father.  At the time of this writing, Guy would have been 50 years of age but was killed in June, 1991, two months after his 27th birthday. Interestingly, the famous movie director, Frank Capra, died later that same year at 93.  Guy was a 1982 graduate of Mt. Olive High School. He is missed and loved.

Curving, Gregory 1991-2016

A 2009 graduate from Mt. Olive High School, Greg joined the  U.S. Army in 2012. He served for  three years and became an expert infantryman.  Greg loved all sports and the Novaky family remembers him playing baseball with Ben Novaky and the late Nick Novaky; these memories will always be cherished.  Greg loved animals, particularly his canine best friend, Apollo. He passed to the next realm after becoming a first-time father. Greg's son was the light of his life when he walked among us on Earth; he is protecting him and marveling at his growth from heaven.

We hope Greg and Nick have found each other and are playing heavenly baseball.
Connolly, Joshua M.     1981-2010

Joshua and his wife, Amanda, made Budd Lake their home ten years before Joshua succumbed to an illness at Sloan  Kettering Memorial Hospital in NYC.   Joshua worked as a public school teacher at McKweon Elementary School, Hampton Twp., Sussex County.
He received his B.A. in Education from William Paterson College and a Master's degree in Special Education from St. Elizabeth's, Convent Station.  He was also a "Pro-Recruit" Soccer player.

A man with tremendous talents to give to his community and his family, Joshua is missed by all who knew him.
Cialone, Jennifer   1988-2005  

Jennifer was an 11th grade student at Mt. Olive High School when she passed into heaven.  At the time, her high school principal described Jennifer as an outstanding scholar-athlete.  She was an excellent student, participated in the girls soccer program, and served as the girls' basketball team statistician. Jennifer is remembered as a friendly young woman who aspired to a nursing career.  She enjoyed singing and dancing and loved to explore new hair styles.  
Carter, Randall Jr.  1978-2003

Randy is remembered as a brother, son, uncle, nephew, and friend who is missed every moment of every day. He attended Centenary College and is remembered as one who made learning fun.  He and his mom earned Associate's and Bachelor's Degrees the same years. After Randy's death, his mom went on to earn her Master's Degree while keeping her son's encouragement close to her heart. He  touched many lives and his legacy remain in our hearts.
Jason Czubkowski
Surnames beginning with C-D
Cianciotto, Nicholas   1997-2012  

Nick loved the outdoors.  He loved to ride his dirt bike, snow board, fish, and play baseball.  He lived his wild life to the fullest every day and loved to make people laugh. He never said goodbye to family without adding, 
"I love you." 
 His humor and huge smile will never be forgotten.
Campbell, Richard (1958-1983)  and   William (1961-1983)

Rick and Bill Campbell come from a large family in Budd Lake where the brothers stuck together.  Rick attended Mt. Olive High School but then joined his brother, Robert, in California when he was  24 years old.  He managed a mobile home park there.  Bill followed his brothers to the same California community 3 months prior and was looking for work.  The brothers aged 22 and 25 years, were passengers in a pick-up truck when the driver lost control and flipped the vehicle. I hope their family gains comfort as Rick and Bill are remembered here.
Trooper Stanley A. Conn, Jr. #947

Stanley A. Conn, Jr. was born on August 6, 1926 in Netcong, New Jersey. He later resided in Budd Lake. He attended Netcong High School. Prior to joining the New Jersey State Police, Trooper Conn served in the United States Navy.

Trooper Conn enlisted in the New Jersey State Police on April 15, 1950 as a member of the 37th Class. He was assigned to Troop “B”, Pompton Lakes, at the time of his death. His service with the New Jersey State Police was characterized by loyalty, fearless performance of duty and faithful and energetic devotion to the high principals of the New Jersey State Police.

Trooper Conn died in a motorcycle accident in the line of duty on August 27, 1951. He served 1 year and 4 months with the New Jersey State Police and was survived by his wife and two children; a son and a 4 month old daughter. Trooper Conn was 25 years old.