In Memoriam: Saul Prail

Saul Prail, 93, passed away at the Morris View Health Care Center in Morris Township, N.J., on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Born in Exeter, N.H., Saul also lived in West Orange, N.J., and Barnegat, N.J., before moving to Morris Plains, N.J., in 2010.

He was an architect for Gerber & Pancani of Newark, N.J., and Springfield, N.J., for 40 years before retiring in 1988.  Saul served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II from 1943 to 1945.  He was active in the Pheasant Run Community of Barnegat.

Saul was the beloved husband of the late Renee; devoted father of Kenneth Prail and his wife, Nancy, and the late Richard Prail; dear brother of Edith Spielvogel and the late Jeanette Flexer and Lillian Cantor; loving and proud grandfather of David, Matthew, and Mindi, and great-grandfather of Kennedy and Jacob.

Funeral services were conducted by Menorah Chapels at Millburn, 2950 Vauxhall Rd., Union, N.J.   Interment was at Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Iselin, N.J.

Donations in Saul’s honor may be made to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. –

See Obituary here

 

AIA-NJA Note From AIA-NJ:

 

AIA New Jersey is very saddened by this loss to our architecture community in New Jersey.   In keeping with our policy of promoting architecture and mentoring our future professionals, AIA New Jersey will be making a donation in Saul’s name to the AIA New Jersey Scholarship Foundation.

 

If you would also like to make a donation in his name to the Scholarship Foundation, please send donations to:
AIA New Jersey Scholarship Foundation
c/o Jeanne Perantoni, AlA
1011 US Highway 22, Suite 203
Bridgewater, NJ  08807

 

 

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