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  1. Those of you who knew Rod Hosmer know he was a good man. Just thought you would want to know.

    Rod James Hosmer

    defaultobitphoto.gif ROD JAMES HOSMER BAYONNE Rod James Hosmer, 43, died peacefully on Thursday, February 18, which was also his birthday, at Princeton Medical Center. Born in the Bronx, NY, he lived in Bayonne for the past 21 years. Rod worked as a sales representative for Sikkens Paint Co., now known as Akzo Nobel Co., Marlboro, NJ for the past 21 years. He was the beloved husband of Patricia (Winters); loving father of Rebecca Faith Lena Hosmer; dear brother of Gina and Lucille Hosmer; and cherished grandson of Lucy Pungello; son-in-law of Angie and Paul Winters. He also is survived by many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Visitation will be on Sunday, from 2:00 - 4:00 and 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Migliaccio Funeral Home. A Mass will be offered on Monday at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Bayonne. Cremation will follow at Rosehill Crematory, Linden. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family which will be used for Rebecca's College Scholarship Fund. Envelopes provided at the funeral home. Migliaccio Funeral Home 851 Kennedy Boulevard Bayonne, NJ 07002 (201) 436-5500

  2. Susan, Words well said. All I can say is through our adoption Journey throught the Ups and Down we now have our 6+ year old girl and 3+ year old boy. Thank you Abrazo for helping make many dreams come true and making us all aware that Open Adoption is the only way.

    For those of you looking for an Agency with a heart and finding a family for life. Stop here.

  3. With our son we went for orientation, placement and then for finalization. Our daughter placement and finalization. Each situation may be different. Since both our children are from Elpaso we will try to plan a visit once a year since they have become our family as well.

    As someone previously said, all your questions will be answered at orientation. Good Luck and welcome.

  4. Congratulations Sandi, Scott, Skye, Eli, Griffin and "A"... we are all so very happy for you guys! We're anxious for you all to get back to NJ so we can meet your new little guys! Hooray!!!

    (Scott, I can tell by the look on your face that the balance of power has shifted... 3-2... congrats!!!)

    Scott needs all the power he can get! Balance is a good thinig.

  5. Grandma Sharron,

    You have also brought tears to my eyes and I am so glad we know Abigal's Grandma and your family are so lucky to have you.

    You are a joy to be around and can see the love you have. Hope your health is better.

    Hugs and Kisses from the Ventura Home.

  6. Congratulations and what a double blessing. Prayers of healing for the birthfamily and siblings and prayers of joy for the new family of four. What a wonderful situation that she has entrusted you and believes in you both so much that she has blessed you again and again, again what a gift, what a joy.


    Yes, a double blessing indeed :)

  7. Darren and Kay (Daddy and Mommy),

    What a cutie and worth the wait. OMG am I am so happy for you both. The joy that this little one has brought to your life is just the beginning.

    We would love the chance to see you all at the next reunion.



  8. I hope when you read the Nursery notes you find it in your heart to give a child a home. I'm glad we did as she has given us so much in return.

    It is not always what you give them as they give you soooo much more.

    Children are a blessing at any age!

  9. Tina,

    That's really neat! Is there any way we could read the article and do a happy dance for Jay as well?

    Yup, it's kinda neat to see my name in print in a magazine. Frankly, I was a bit nervous since you never really know what someone is going to print about you after several interviews.

    To see the article, go to: http://www.physicianspractice.com/index/fu...icleID/1132.htm

    You'll have to fill out a zip code, specialty and title to see the article (just make it up - here's you chance to be a physician! :-) )...



    "I don't mind the rat race but I could do with a little more cheese."

    Jay we have always been proud of you but now we are especially proud and impressed. Enjoy your 15 minutes of fame but to us you'll always be the Famous Smart Uncle Jay ;)

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