The Men and Women
Who Made a Memorable Impact
on Our Home Town, Nutley, New Jersey
By Anthony Buccino
Featured individuals run the gamut from politicians to high school coaches and athletes; from notorious personalities to beloved entertainers to the fellow in the local shop to the artists and writers who toiled long ago and today. Their images and stories document the unique contributions they've made that shaped Nutley today.
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** "... or something to that effect"
The township of Nutley, New Jersey, has accumulated a wealth of celebrated and eccentric people who over-shadowed the salt-of-the-earth folks who lived here, raised their families and built the town into the place that Norman Rockwell only dreamed of illustrating for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. We’re going to tell you about a few of them, some you may know and many you will not forget.
Our Nutley Notables include Old West sharpshooter Annie Oakley who has a street here named in her honor; home-diva Martha Stewart who grew up on Elm Place and often writes of growing up in Nutley but has no street named for her; and others who may have to wait a while for street naming honors.
The Men and Women Who Made
a Memorable Impact on Our Home Town,
Nutley, New Jersey
By Anthony Buccino
Who's Who ... A Few, So Far
Frank R. Stockton
Henry C. Bunner
Julian “Bud” Blake
Nicholas L. DePace
Richard J. Jackson
Martha K. Stewart
Paul Rodney Radcliffe
Lt. David Dinan III
Brig. Gen. John R. Jannarone
Capt. Angelica Vitillo Costa
Frank A. Cocchiola
John V. Kelly
Subject to change
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Our categories include but are not limited to contributions in these fields:
,Art and Artists
An earlier incarnation of this work was known as Legendary Locals of Nutley.
The Nutley Notables project is not funded or underwritten by any group or government entity.
New Jersey author Anthony Buccino's stories of the 1960s, transit coverage and other writings earned four Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism awards. The Pushcart Prize-nominated writer has been called ' “New Jersey’s ‘Garrison Keillor” or something to that effect.’
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