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|Paul Woolman Adams, Jr.
Paul Woolman Adams, Jr., a lifelong resident of San Antonio, was born on
December 31, 1922 and died on September 16, 2010. He was preceded in death
by his parents, Paul Woolman Adams, Sr., and Judith Marriner Adams and his
brother, The Rev. Lee Marriner Adams.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Jill Crawford Adams, his daughters Margaret
Adams Highland (Pelham, NY) and Melissa Adams (San Antonio), his son-in-law
Cory Highland, two grandsons, Harrison Adams Highland and William Henderson
Highland, step-daughter Heather McLaughlin (Baltimore, MD), sister-in-law
Barbara Adams (Houston) and three nieces.
Paul graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School (Class of 1940) and The
University of Texas at Austin. He recently celebrated his 70th high school reunion.
Paul was a veteran of WWII and a retired Naval officer. He was an insurance
broker with Hamilton Bonnet for 45 years. Paul was a member of The Order of
Founders and Patriots of America, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the American
Revolution, Sons of the Revolution, Sons of Confederate Veterans and numerous
other genealogical societies.
Private burial will be at the family plot at Mission Park South. A memorial service
will be held on Monday, September 20, 2010, at 2 pm at Christ Episcopal Church
with a reception to follow in the Parish Hall. At Paul's request, in lieu of flowers,
memorial donations may be made to Christ Episcopal Church, 510 Belknap Place,
San Antonio, TX 78212 or Friends of Hospice San Antonio, P. O. Box 40487, San
Antonio, TX 78229-0487.
Published in Express-News on September 19, 2010
|Frederick Donnelly Haulenbeek
of Pennswood Village, Newtown, passed away Tuesday at Pennswood Village.
Born in East Orange, N.J. Oct. 8, 1928, he had resided in Ewing Township, N.J.
and Pennington, N.J. for over 50 years. Prior residences were South Orange, N.J.
and Winnetka, Ill.
He was the son of the late Katherine Donnelly Haulenbeek, the late John William
Haulenbeek Jr., and grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Donnelly, and
the great-grandson of General and Mrs. Richard A. Donnelly.
Mr. Haulenbeek is survived by his wife of 58 years, Nancy Beairsto Haulenbeek;
his son, Frederick Donnelly Haulenbeek Jr., and wife Andrea of Hinesburg, Vt.; his
daughter, Elizabeth Ann Trivison and husband Michael of Palm City, Fla. and
daughter, Karen Louise Wisell and husband William of South Burlington, Vt.; and
his five grandchildren, Michael Donnelly Haulenbeek, Meghan Wisell, Malinda
Wisell, Breanna Trivison and Cara Trivison.
Mr. Haulenbeek was educated at the Peddie School, Hampden-Sydney College,
Leicester Business College and New York University, School of Retailing.
He was the fourth generation owner of Fred’k W. Donnelly & Son men’s clothing
stores, which he operated for 34 years in Trenton, Ewing, Sea Girt, and
Lawrenceville, N.J. At the time the business was the oldest continually operated
family owned retail business in Trenton, N.J. In addition, Mr. Haulenbeek operated
the Richard Bennett custom clothing store, also in the Trenton area. For eight
years following his retail career, Mr. Haulenbeek was the commercial division
manager and a sales associate for Richard A. Weidel Corp., Realtors, through
which he became a graduate of the Realtors’ Institute. His business related
activities included director and past president of the Heart of Trenton Business
Association, director of the Chamber of Commerce, director for 15 years of the
Broad Street National Bank, member of the Auxiliary Board of St. Francis Medical
Center. He was designated as a Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary Club of Trenton,
and a member of Trenton Lodge No. 5 F & A.M., the United States Power
Squadron, and was an active member of the Trenton Country Club, serving 12
years on the board of directors, and also a member of the Trenton Club, where he
was a senior longevity member. He served as president of the Willsboro, New York
Property Owners’ Association and president of the Hampton Hill Civic Association,
Ewing Township, N.J. He had been a member of the New Jersey National Guard,
102nd Mechanized Calvary, Essex Troop Reconnaissance Squadron, and member
of the Massachusetts National Guard, Medical Company, 181st Infantry.
He served on active duty with the U. S. Naval Reserve in the Naval Air Reserve
Training Unit at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, N.J. for two years during
the Korean War.
He enjoyed vacationing at Lake Champlain, N.Y., where he owned vacation
properties for almost four decades. Also, he enjoyed tennis and golf and boating
both at the New Jersey shore and on Lake Champlain.
Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the M. William Murphy Funeral
Home, 935 Parkway Ave., Ewing, N.J. The family will receive from 10 a.m. until
the time of services. Visit www.murphyfh.com.
Memorial contributions may be made to the National Parkinson Foundation, Inc.,
1501 N.W. 9th Avenue / Bob Hope Road, Miami, FL 33136-1494. www.parkinson.