Clipped From The Courier-News
FredSisserJr., company president BRICK Fred Sisser Jr., 81, died Wednesday (March 11, 1998) at home here. Born in Somerville, he moved to Point Pleasant in 1972 and Brick Township in 1987. He was president of Sisser Brothers Moving and Storage Co., Somerville. His company delivered the oil to Lakehurst for the ill-fated "Hinden-burg" in May 1937. He played football at Somerville High School and represented Somerville in the first state wrestling meet in 1935. Mr. Sisser was a member of the Watchung Power Squadron, a boating club. He was interested in boating and travel. After retiring, he traveled in all 50 states in his motor home. He was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia Sisser. Surviving are a son, Fred Sisser of Bridgewater; a daughter, Jane Ellen Mesh of Windsor, Vt.; a brother, Vincent J. of Lavallette; and two sisters, Pearl E. Vroom of Bridgewater and Ruth J. Kalina of Pluckemin. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Colonial Funeral Home in Brick. Visitation is from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.