Obituary of Weston L. Dangler
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Weston L. Dangler, age 83 of Pompton Plains, formerly of Summit, died Thursday, June 15, 2006 at Cedar Crest Village in Pompton Plains. Born in Asbury Park, Weston was the son of the late Stewart and Minnie Dangler. He lived in Monmouth County (Oakhurst, Asbury Park, Colts Neck and Little Silver) before retiring in 1990 as Executive Director and National Secretary of Alpha Chi Rho National Fraternity in Neptune. Upon his retirement, Weston settled in Summit and Tequesta, Florida, before moving into Cedar Crest Village in Pompton Plains two years ago. In addition to his work with Alpha Chi Rho, Weston owned Long Lane Farm Dairy, and was manager for the Alderney Dairy Shore branch. He also worked as a stockbroker. Weston was a graduate of Asbury Park High School and Rutgers University, and was an active resident in Ocean Township, serving as president of the Ocean Township Board of Education, president of the Ocean Township Town Council, as a director and coach of the Ocean Township Little League, and president of the Babe Ruth League. He was also the Ocean Township Police Commissioner. Weston was a parishioner of the United Methodist Church of Summit, and a member of the Summit Old Guard. He is survived by his wife Ruth Hawkins Dangler; his son, the Rev. Stuart Dangler of Demarest; his daughters Patricia Barrabee of Tequesta, Florida and Cynthia Domenico of Wall Twp.; his step-daughter Barbara Pederson of Milford; his step-son David Hawkins of Colorado Springs, Colorado; his brother Wilton of Huntington Mills, Pennsylvania; 12 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years, Jacquelyn Pollock Dangler. A memorial service will be held 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at the United Methodist Church of Summit. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation, Wes Dangler Scholarship Fund, 109 Oxford Way, Neptune, NJ 07753 would be greatly appreciated by the family.
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