Charles Dunetz

Charles Dunetz

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10/29/12 02:09 PM #1    

Stuart Lasser

I still see Charlie's picture when I visit the new Don's in Morristown -- it was the headshot of Charlie downing a Don's burger that used to be on the old Don's wall and later wound-up on Don's original menu.  The new Don's owner apparently knew that Charlie was a special guy.

Charlie, and wife Lynn Globus Dunetz, have always stayed close to their roots in Millburn.  They, like many others, took great pride in their two children and, in particular, their grandchildren.  In the later years when Charlie and I lunched, he always came alive when talking about them.

I will aleways remember Charlie smiling -- because that's the way he was.  And I'm sure he's smiling today knowing that Lynn and the kids are all doing fine.  Miss you Chas.

04/08/13 09:53 AM #2    

Ronnie Lozowick (Cusack)

I have to start off by saying I love you so much Chips and I miss you terribly. I have to say that Chips was one of my best male friends. When we were younger, Chips would come to my house all the time. I have fun memories of his "washing my long hair in the kitchen sink"! He was at my home the day my sister (who passed away) went into labor and had to be taken to the hospital to have her baby. Well, his face turned green and we thought he was going to faint. We always had so much fun together growing up. He was still coming over, as friends do, up until I got married. I will love you forever Chips! I am proud to say that our grade school was a very special group.

05/16/13 05:48 AM #3    

Alfred 'Cooker' Lotman

Knew Charlie since elementary school at South Mountain. Fun guy to be around with a good sense of humor.

05/17/13 09:33 PM #4    

Joan Bauman (Dichter)

I looked out Charlie's house from my bedroom window my whole childhood. We were great friends and I was so sorry to hear of his passing away.

05/29/13 10:16 PM #5    

Marty Ganek

Went thru grade school, jr. high and high school with Charlie, lost touch until I came back to the area to practice Pediatrics and Stuart Lasser started the annual Fall South Mountain Bike Ride, which Charlie always came to, a good guy that is and always will be missed.

12/22/20 07:22 PM #6    

Mark Batshaw

DUNETZ Charles S. Dunetz Founding partner of Roseland law firm, 62 Charles S. Dunetz, 62, of West Orange died Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2007, at home. Funeral services will be held at Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel, 68 Old Short Hills Rd., Livingston, on Thursday, Aug. 30, at 10 a.m. Born in Newark, Mr. Dunetz lived in Millburn and moved to West Orange five years ago. An attorney, he was one of the founding partners of Marcus, Brody, Ford, Kessler and Sahner of Roseland, retiring six years ago. Mr. Dunetz was a graduate of Rutgers University Law School and had received a bachelor of science and economics degree from Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania and a masters of law degree in taxation from New York University. He was a member of the Supreme Courts District Fee Arbitration Committee and was also a member and past board member of the Cedar Hill Country Club, Livingston. He attended Temple Bnai Abraham, Livingston. He is survived by his beloved wife, Lynn (nee Globus), and was the dear son of Julia and the late Nathan J. Dunetz; devoted father of Jennifer Klepesch and Adam Dunetz; loving brother of Jane Haine; cherished grandfather of Frida, Sarah, Shayna and Charlotte.

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