Ed Hoos

Obituary of Ed Hoos

Ed Hoos, age 77, of Sea Bright, NJ died Sunday, November 11, 2007 at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ. Mr. Hoos was born November 14, 1929 in Bayonne, NJ the son of the late Charles and the late Phyllis (nee Conrad) Hoos. He was stationed in Germany during the Korean Conflict in the United States Army from 1951 to 1954. Mr. Hoos resided in Sea Bright, NJ for the past eight years and previous to that, he lived in Green Brook, NJ. He was a Vice President of Corporate Trust for the former First Fidelity Bank in Newark, NJ for many years before retiring. Ed was Past President and Member of the Green Brook Lions Club and the Green Brook Board of Education. He was a judge and longtime member of the Garden State Dairy Goat Club and a longtime leader of Somerset County 4-H and past 4-H Fair Chairman. Ed was a State Champion in Long Distance Track in both High School and College. In addition he served as Chairmen of the State Convention of AA. Mr. Hoos was a Graduate of Gettysburg College and Westfield High School. Ed was active as a Boy Scout Leader and attained Eagle Scout and the Order of Arrow. He is survived by his Daughter: Pam Amsbaugh of Flemington, NJ, his Son: Dave Hoos of High Bridge, NJ, his cherished Grandchildren: Todd, Sean, Meeghan, Jessica, Jenna, Austin & Nick and his Great-Grandchildren: Patric & Issac. He was pre-deceased by his beloved Wife: Ann (nee Creutzburg) in 2004 and his Son: Bill in 1971. Visiting Hours will be on Wednesday, November 14th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and again Thursday, November 15th from 1:00 pm to the time of the Service at the Funeral Home. There will be a Funeral Service on Thursday, November 15th at 3:00 pm also at the Martin Funeral Home. All funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Martin Funeral Home, 1761 Route 31, Clinton, NJ 08809. Memorials may be made to the High Bridge Emergency Squad, 95 West Main Street, High Bridge, NJ 08829.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Ed
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Martin Funeral Home
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