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In Memory

Bruce Nadelson

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07/29/12 06:38 PM #1    

Penelope Rabin (Fletcher)

Bruce was my next door neighbor on Parker Avenue in Deal until we were about 10 or 12 years old and he moved. His dad was my dentist. Bruce was a fun kid- although very, very studious. We used to play in the brook behind the old stable that was behind the oldest house on our street. It dated back to when the whole area was a Polo Pony Ground! We also played in the huge fields and woods surrounding the RR tracks at the end of our street that separated Deal from West Deal, which I believe was then a part of Oakhurst. We buried things and would dig them up like buried treasure. Our moms were good friends and I remember that he had an older brother named Richard. 

Penny (Rabin) Fletcher 

09/20/12 02:33 PM #2    

Peter Tomaino

Bruce and I went all through elementary school together and then onto APHS.  He was a great student and an inspiration to all his classmates.  He will be sorely missed.  Rest in peace, Bruce.  I think of you often



08/31/16 08:53 AM #3    

Margaret Davis (Simpson)

Bruce passed in 2012.  Wendy Sager Cinnamon just sent me his obituary in 2016.  It is always sad to lose an alumni.

Arthur Bruce Nadelson D.M.D.

Arthur Bruce Nadelson, D.M.D. WEST AMWELL - Arthur Bruce Nadelson, D.M.D., 66, of West Amwell, NJ, died on Saturday, March 31, 2012, at home surrounded by family. Dr. Nadelson was born on April 27, 1945, in Brooklyn, NY, and grew up in Deal, NJ. He graduated from Rutgers University before traveling the world. In 1974 , Dr. Nadelson moved to Martha's Vineyard, MA, to work as a carpenter and cabinet-maker. He married Susan Koplik in July 1975. They returned to New Jersey in 1977 and bought a house in West Amwell Township. Dr. Nadelson went back to school at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ)- New Jersey Dental School and received his D.M.D. in 1985. Dr. Nadelson maintained a private dental practice in Ewing, NJ, for 25 years and retired in 2011. Dr. Nadelson was a passionate woodworker and enjoyed spending time in his personal workshop, where he built furniture and boats. He was an avid fly fisherman and loved traveling with his friends to exotic places for fishing adventures. Dr. Nadelson is survived by his wife, Susan, and three daughters, Hannah, Molly and AJ (David Kao).

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