Clipped From Asbury Park Press
T. E. McCue, Ex-Official Ex-Official Ex-Official In Long Branch LONG BRANCH - Thomas E. McCue, 78, of 128 Pavilion Ave., a former city magistrate and president of the Board of Education, died yesterday at his heme after a long illness. Mr. McCue was born m Marlboro Marlboro Township, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin McCue. He had lived here 50 years. He was graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 1910 and had practiced law here. He had served as city magistrate and city recorder. He was a member of the Board of Education for 12 years and served as president of the Beard from 1951-54. 1951-54. 1951-54. He was vice chairman chairman of the Board of Directors of the Shadow Lawn Savings and Loan Association, and President of the former McCue's airy. Mr. Mcuie was a communi cant of Our Ladv Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church and a member of its Hcjy Name Society. He wa? past Grand Knight of Long Branch Council 335 Knights of Columbus and a member of the Bishop Mc Faul General Assembly Firth Degree Degree Knights of Oolumbus. He was a member of the Long Branch Rotary Club and had served on the Draft tioara during during World War I. He was a member of Delta Chi legal fra ternity. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Grace Manion McCue; four sons, Martin C, Red Bank; Thomas E. Jr., Marlboro Town ship; Joseph G., at home; and Vincent J here; seven daugh ters, Mrs. Mary J. Davis, Ba-tavia, Ba-tavia, Ba-tavia, N.Y.; Mrs. Carrie E. Mc-Guire, Mc-Guire, Mc-Guire, Mrs. Eleanor J. Hayes, and Mrs. Grace A. Leonard, all of here; Mrs.. Elizabeth Pa-schetto Pa-schetto Pa-schetto and Mrs.. Sally Wich-man, Wich-man, Wich-man, both of Little Silver; and Miss Theresa McCue, at home; and 45 grandchildren. The Hoffman Funeral Heme is in charge of arrangements.