Harold G. Beal, Jr.
February 3, 1929 – September 10, 2017
Spring Lake Heights, NJ
Colonel Harold G. Beal Jr of Spring Lake Heights, passed away Sun-day, Sept. 10.
Born in The Bronx on Feb. 3, 1929, Harold was a proud Army veteran with a 30-year military career which included serving as associate director of admissions and Reserve Affairs advisor from 1971-1978 at the U.S. Military Academy. While at West Point he also served as cross-country coach. He continued his affiliation with West Point in 1980 as academic dean of the USMA Prep School at Ft. Monmouth, where he also served as head cross-country coach. He was a resident of Highland Falls from 1978-1980.
Ann P. Fitzgibbon
December 15, 1928-September 1, 2017
Ann P. Fitzgibbon, of New Windsor entered into eternal rest at home on Sept. 1. She was 88 years old.
The daughter of the late Thomas Francis Lee and Mary Agnes (Hearne) Lee, Ann was born on Dec. 15, 1928 in Brooklyn. She was married to the late Vincent Fitzgibbon.
Ann retired after working as an administrative secretary at Holy Family Hospital in Brooklyn. She was a member of the New Windsor Seniors Club.
Fern A. Blair
December 13, 1923-August 22, 2017
Fern A. Blair, 93 of Cornwall, entered into rest on Tuesday, Aug. 22. The daughter of the late William and Marjorie (Applegate) Ego, she was born Dec. 13, 1923 in Newark, N.J. She was married to the late Kurt Boentgen and the late John Blair Sr.
Fern was a registered nurse in Andover, N.J. In her younger years she was a Rockette at Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan. She loved tap dancing and was a “Cornwall Tapper.” Fern was a member of Cornwall Presbyterian Church and a volunteer at Elant at Newburgh.