OBITUARY

Lee S Lichtenberger

February 29, 1952December 28, 2018
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Lee S. Lichtenberger 66, of North Bergen, passed away on Friday December 28, 2018. He was born in Jersey City and lived in North Bergen. Lee was an insurance broker and partner of the Lichtenberger Agency in Secaucus. He also served the Republican Party on a local and state level for many years. Lee was the beloved husband of Ellen (Bogacz) Lichtenberger and the devoted father of Blake Lichtenberger and wife Evelin. He was the dear brother of Roy Lichtenberger and wife Chelline as well as the dear uncle of Jaclyn and Courtney Lichtenberger. There will be a memorial visitation on Thursday 1/3/19 from 2 to 8pm at the Leber Funeral Home with a memorial service at 4pm.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 3, 2019
  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 3, 2019
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Lee S Lichtenberger

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Michael Seyfried

January 2, 2019

Born on the very same day and year leap year babies Lee and my late brother Steven Seyfried were childhood friends. Lee was a good person all throughout his life. He knew his business and was a credit to his profession. He shall be greatly missed by many.

Roland Alum

January 2, 2019

Missing here and in the JERSEY JOURNAL’S obituary is Lee’s stint as a productive congressional aide to Republican Congressman Harold Hollenbeck (1977-1982), of the then 9th Congressional District, which at the time included sections of Hudson County. In that role, Lee was always available to serve the community and doubled up as an informal advisor to candidate, and later popular Governor Tom Kean (R-1982-1990). Lee not just preached, but really implemented Kean’s famed “Politics of Inclusion.” I was a friend of Lee since around 1980, and sometime later my family used his services for our insurance policies. Coincidentally, Lee and I are also both graduates of Bloomfield College (myself prior to him) and members of the college’s Phi Alpha Theta, the History honorary society. My deepest condolence to his wife, son, siblings, rest of the family, and his agency’s staff – he will be missed.

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