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Life Story: Mark T. Iwanski, 63; Former Owner Of Hamilton Luncheonette

Mark T. Iwanski of Somerset died suddenly at home Oct. 21. He was 63.

Born in Perth Amboy, he resided in Somerset for many years. He was a graduate of Perth Amboy High School in 1973.

Mark owned and operated One Stop Video for 12 years, then he worked for Max Finklestein as a driver for 16 years, then he owned Hamilton Luncheonette, Somerset for 10 years.

He loved sports and collected sports memorabilia, enjoyed hiking and watching TV, especially “Fox News” as well as having a good shot of tequila with a side of lime.

Surviving are his sister, Lisa Penaloza and her husband Luis; a nephew, Anthony and a Niece Tahana, and his fur buddies Ozzy & Bella.

All services are private as per his request. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Gleason Home for Funerals, 1360 Hamilton St.

 

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