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Age 21 years on September 15, 2007 in Iraq, of Pennsauken, NJ. Born in Marlton, NJ.

Terry served our country in the United States Marine Corps, and was a recipient of The Purple Heart. He was a graduate of Bishop Eustace Prep School, Cherry Hill, NJ where he was a member of the varsity football team and the varsity track team.

Beloved son of John N. and Connie L. (nee Parke) Allen. Dear brother of Shannon L. Allen and loving grandson of Gertrude E. Allen. Also survived by his wife Catherine G. (nee Glessing) Allen, his aunts and uncles and many friends.

His family will receive friends beginning 9:30 AM in the Church of St. Peter, 43 W. Maple Ave., Merchantville, NJ where his Mass in celebration of his life will be 11 AM. No evening visitation. Interment Lakeview Mem. Park, Cinnaminson, NJ. Memorial contributions made to Bishop Eustace Prep School, 5552 Route 70, Pennsauken, NJ 08109 would be greatly appreciated by his family. Arrangements under the directions of The STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME OF Merchantville, NJ.



Of Atco, NJ, age 20 years, died in the line of duty in Iraq. He was a member of the U.S. Marines Corp as an Infantryman.

He is the beloved son of Jon T. and Cathy Hicks (nee Worrell) and brother of Kyle C. Hicks of Atco, NJ. Loving grandson of Charles A. and Myra T. Worrell of Westmont, NJ and Virginia M. Hicks of Atco, NJ. Nephew of William and Carol Hicks of Medford Lakes, NJ, Charles Hicks of Ocean City, NJ, June and Neil Tucker of Toms River, NJ, Myra and Dave Tryon of Laurel Springs, NJ, Kevin Worrell of Clementon, NJ, Judith and Stephen Rinier of Barrington, NJ, and Sandy Worrell and Eric Mayo of Mullica Hill, NJ. Cousin of Mark Tryon, Holly, Katie and Sharon Hicks, Pvt. 1c Hal Chester stationed in San Diego, CA, Charles Seixas and his fiance' Angela Pallo, Meghan and Melissa Worrell, Stephen Rinier, Jr., Cori and Mallory Tucker, Kathleen, Angelina, and Kimberly Skerritt.

Jon was a member of the 2005 class of Hammonton High School and joined the Marines in January 2006.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his visitation on Thursday, September 20, 2007 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Assumption RC Church, 318 Carl Hasselhan Dr., Atco. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 12:00 PM. Interment will follow at Atco Cemetery, Atco, NJ. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jon's name to the Waterford Township Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 635, Atco, NJ 08004, attn: Hicks Monument. Arrangements are under the direction of the LeROY P. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, Atco, NJ 08004 (856)767-0539.




Age 73 yrs. of Waterford, died Tuesday October 3, 2006 at Kennedy Hospital in Stratford, NJ.

Born in Waterford, he was an area resident all his life. He was a graduate of Lower Camden County Regional High School and Temple University. He was a health/physical education teacher at Overbrook High School. He coached varsity football at Overbrook for 36 years, retiring in 1994. Larry conducted many clinics, organized the Rotary Bowl and the South Jersey Coaches Association. He also served as the game director and a coach of the North-South game. Larry was inducted into South Jersey Football Coaches, New Jersey Football Coaches and Lower Camden County Regional Hall of Fames. He served as a high school and collegiate baseball umpire for 34 years.

He was a Winslow Twp. committeeman and Director of Public Safety. Larry was a veteran of the US Army and served during the Korean Conflict.

Surviving are his wife Dot (Kochersperger), 3 Sons Bob (Kim), Ken (Jacqueline) and Guy (JoBeth). Predeceased by his brother Pete. Surving are his brother Paul (Janet) and sister in law Nancy. Loving grandfather of 8.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Friday evening after 6:00 PM at Overbrook Regional High School Gymnasium 1003 Turnersville Rd. Pine Hill, NJ. Mass of Christian burial Sat. 9:00 AM, St. Anthony Church Pennington Ave. Waterford. Burial St. Mary's Cemetery Williamstown. In lieu of Flowers donations are requested to Overbrook Varsity Club c/o Pine Hill Board of Education 1003 Turnersville Rd. Pine Hill, NJ 08021. Arrangements by Marinella Funeral Home 102 N. Third St. Hammonton, NJ.



Best known as the stadium organist for the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team, died on Monday, October 2, at home in Wilmington, of complications from prostate cancer.

Paul was born in Wilmington, son of Ralph and Hannah (Kehnast) Richardson, in 1932. A musician and entertainer his entire life, in addition to playing for the Phillies, Paul also did a 5 year stint at Yankee Stadium. He taught at Wilmington Music School, appeared here and in Canada as an artist for several keyboard manufacturers, and he regularly played at regional social, civic, and sports functions. Paul still lives with us through his music, which can be heard on his many CDs, which are available through

He is survived by his beloved wife, Dee; his daughter, Susanne Salve, and her husband, James, of Oxford, PA; his daughter Victoria Richardson; and his son, Jon Paul Richardson, both of Middletown, DE, and his former wife, Susan Richardson, also of Middletown; Paul's sister, Ella Richardson Robinson, of Dover, DE; his brother, Robert, of Doylestown, PA; 2 nieces, 4 nephews; and his 3 beautiful grandchildren, Nathan, Helena, and Mason Salve also survive him.

A funeral service will be held at DOHERTY FUNERAL HOME, 3200 Limestone Road, Pike Creek, on Sunday, October 8, at 3 PM, with visitation starting at 1 PM.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Stephen Grubbs and his staff at the Helen F. Graham Center, the Christiana Care Visiting Nurses, and Delaware Hospice, all of which would gladly receive contributions from family and friends in memory of Paul.



Age 65, of Somers Point, died Monday at his home. Area resident of 42 years and was born in Woodbury. Bill was a teacher for 30 years at Atlantic City High School where he taught Health and Physical Education. Bill also was the coach of the decade for Atlantic City High School basketball team where he amassed a record of 234 wins and 40 losses and eight division titles. He was a member of the Margate City Log Cabin and an avid fisherman.

Survived by his wife Mary (Peg) Devenny; two sons, Bill and his wife Laura Devenny, Brian and his wife Beth Devenny, his mother Doris R. Devenny; two grandchildren, Ryan and Sarah.

A celebration of Bill's life will take place Friday from 2-4 PM at the Middleton-Stroble & Zale Funeral Home, 304 Shore Road, Somers Point. In lieu of flowers donations to the American Heart Association or the American Lung Association.



On January 16, 2006 of Washington Township. Age 61. He was an educator, coach, and philanthropist of Washington Twp., Paulsboro and Audubon High Schools for 40 years.

Beloved husband of Marion A. (nee McCarty). Devoted father of Heather L. Brown and Thomas P. Brown (Karen). Proud grandfather of Nicholas Patrick. Dear son of Naida (nee Clark) and the late Thomas C. Brown. Loving brother of Janet Young.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Saturday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Washington Twp. High School (9-10 Building). Funeral Service 1:00 PM. Interment private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Fifth Quarter Football Club (Scholarship Program) c/o Marion Brown 1120 Livingston Street, Turnersville, NJ 08012. Arrangements under the direction of the EGIZI FUNERAL HOME, Washington Twp.




Suddenly on November 12, 2005, Army Sergeant Stephen John, age 34, with the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team. A former resident of Pitman and Mantua, Stephen was stationed at Ft. Wainwright at North Pole, Alaska.

Stephen graduated from Clearview High School in 1992 where he played offense, defense and special teams for the school's football team. He converted to Catholicism on Easter Sunday 2004 and he attended Mass regularly at the Southern Lights Chapel located on the base. Stephen was active with the Youth Group and the Boy Scouts as well as being a member of the Knights of Columbus. In addition, he was very skilled as a handyman in electrical and plumbing work.

Stephen is lovingly survived by his wife, Maria; his sons, Omar and Victor; his parents, William and Shirley Sutherland; his sister, Tracy Gilman; his brother, William Sutherland, III and his wife Sandra, his brother-in-law Daniel Rowe; his nephews, Michael Rowe, John Rowe, Daniel Rowe, Aaron Gilman and Alexander Gilman; and his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Rita and Jose Chavez. Stephen is predeceased by his beloved sister, Kathleen Dawn Rowe.

Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation Saturday from 4:00 to 7:00 PM and again Sunday from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 9 White Horse Pike (at Kings Highway), Haddon Heights, NJ 08035. His Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at 11:00 AM at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Fourth Avenue and Kings Highway, Haddon Heights, NJ. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Stephen Sutherland Memorial Fund, c/o Commerce Bank, 490 Mantua Ave. Woodbury, NJ 08096.



Mass of Christian will be offered at 10 AM Saturday, November 12, 2005 in St. Christine Catholic Church, Austintown, OH with the Rev. Msgr. David W. Rhodes officiating for Sgt. 1st Class Daniel J. Pratt who passed away suddenly Thursday, November 3, 2005 in An Nasiriyah, Iraq while serving his country.

Dan was born on December 12, 1956 in Camden, New Jersey and was the son of James H. and Madeline E. (Oldrati) Pratt Sr. and moved to Austintown, OH 20 years ago. He was a 1976 graduate of Williamstown High School, where he lettered in Cross Country, played Indoor and Outdoor Track, and played freshman football. Dan was Freshman Class President and was president of Key Club. Dan attended William Faulkner Jr. College and South Eastern Louisiana College.

Dan was employed prior to deployment as a service foreman at Fyda Freightliner in Austintown for the last seven years. He was currently serving in Irag as a Sergeant First Class with the 211th Maintenance Company, 129th Logistics Task Force of the Ohio Army National Guard. Dan was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal on August 31st 2005 for excellent leadership towards the Company. He was due home on December 9, 2005.

Dan was a member of St. Christine Catholic Church, the Fraternal Order of Eagles # 3298 of Austintown, and the American Legion Post #301 of Austintown. Dan was also an assistant soccer coach for St. Christine School.

Dan wed the former Linda J. Selitski on November 7, 1985 in Sea Side Heights, New Jersey. Dan and Linda would have celebrated their 20th Wedding Anniversary this past Monday.

Dan will be sadly missed by his wife Linda, a son Daniel Robert Pratt who is a Freshman at Kent State University in Kent, a daughter Lindsey June Pratt at home; two brothers James H. (Joanna) Pratt Jr. of Williamstown, NJ; and Kenneth R. (Letha) Pratt of Walterboro, SC; three sisters Donna M. (Lawrence) Thompson of Sewell, NJ, Linda S.(Dennis) Doyle of Franklinville, NJ, and Lorraine M. (Kenny) Boyer of Williamstown, NJ; his father and mother-in-law Robert W. and Vera J. Selitski of Austintown; numerous aunts and uncles; fourteen nieces and nephews and eight great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Dan proudly served his country.

Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 PM on Veteran's Day Friday, November 11, 2004 in the LANE FUNERAL HOME AUSTINTOWN CHAPEL, where closing prayers will be recited at 9:20 AM Sarturday. Dan will be laid to rest with Full Active Duty Military Honors in Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown. In Lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorial contributions be made in Dan's memory to St. Christine Catholic Church 3165 S. Schenley Rd, Youngstown, OH 44511.



On September 19, 2005, in Iraq, age 36, of New Castle DE., formerly of Philadelphia and Pennsauken NJ.

Beloved husband of Maria (nee Melekos) and dear father of Samantha. Beloved son of Irene and the late William Anthony Egan of Pennsauken. Dear brother of Tony (Wendy) Egan of Delran, Patrick (Krista) Egan of Oaklyn and the late Daniel. Also survived by his in laws Mr. & Mrs. Gus Melekos of Phila. Sgt. Egan was a Pennsauken High School graduate in 1987, currently serving in the Pennsylvania National Guard and a former 8 year Marine Corp Veteran, serving in the Persian Gulf.

Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend His Visitation Monday evening 6:30-9 PM and Tuesday 8:30-9:30 AM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road, Pennsauken NJ 08109. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Tuesday St. Peters Church, Maple Ave., Merchantville NJ 08109. Followed by Interment with Full Military Honors at Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill NJ. In lieu of flowers donations to the Samantha Egan Memorial Fund, C/O 6554 Walnut Ave. Pennsauken NJ 08109 preferred.



Hamilton H. Blackshear Jr., 55, of Pittsgrove passed away suddenly on Monday, Sept. 12, 2005, in Bridgeton.

He was a 1967 graduate of St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland. Hamilton served in the United States Marines for three years. He was a parishioner of St. Mary's Church in Rosenhayn for many years. Hamilton was a service manager at Positive Service Co. for 22 years. He then moved on to become a slot technician at Trump Casino for 10 years. Hamilton currently was employed as slot shop technician for Resorts International and also worked at Our Lady of Mercy Academy, where he enjoyed his position as a computer technician. Hamilton was a former Boy Scout leader, who enjoyed all outdoor activities, including hunting, camping and rafting. He loved to dance, shoot pool and was an avid Eagles fan. Among all things, Hamilton especially loved spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Patricia (Falciani) Blackshear of Pittsgrove; two sons, Hamilton and wife Melinda H. Blackshear III of Norfolk, Va., and Albert L. Blackshear of Bridgeton; one daughter, Maria L. Blackshear of Pittsgrove; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Albert and Monica Falciani of Vineland; two nephews, Jason Sparks of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Joseph Falciani of Vineland; one niece, Jenna L. Falciani of Vineland; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

A church visitation will be held from 8:30 to 10 AM on Friday at St. Mary's Church, Morton Avenue, Rosenhayn. A funeral Liturgy will follow at 10 AM Final disposition will be private.

Arrangements are under the supervision of Rone Funeral Service, 1110 E. Chestnut Ave., Vineland. Donations may be made to St. Augustine Preparatory School, 611 Cedar Ave., Richland, NJ 08350, or Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy, c/o Villa Rosello, 1009 Main Road, Newfield, NJ 08344.



Of Waterford, NJ died on 8-23-05 at Virtua Hospital in Berlin, NJ. Age 80.

Born in Waterford, he was a lifelong resident. He retired in 1984 from I & B Builders in Cedar Brook, NJ. He formerly owned & operated Mauriello Brothers Pump Branch Farms. He was a member of St. Anthony's Society, Weekstown Gunning Club, Past Pres. of the Board of Education for Lower Camden Co. Regional High School, Past Pres. of the Winslow Twp. Democratic Club and Coached and Umpired for Little League, Senior League and Slow pitch Softball.

Beloved husband of Rosemary (nee Girard). Devoted son Robert J. (Donna) Mauriello of Waterford, NJ and predeceased by Joseph J. Jr. Dear brother of Mary Monzo of Waterford, NJ. Loving Grandfather of Ellen (Walter) Shendock and Robert J. (Alexandra) Mauriello, Jr. and predeceased by Joseph Anthony Mauriello. Great Grandfather of 2.

Relatives and Friends are invited to attend his viewing Fri. 8:30 AM at the MARINELLA FUNERAL HOME, 102 N. 3rd St. Hammonton, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial Fri. 11:00 AM St. Anthony Church 436 Pennington Ave. Waterford, NJ 08089. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. Anthony Church Building Fund.



On May 2nd over Iraq, of San Diego, CA.

Son of the late Ronald C. Spahr. He was a 1981 graduate of St. Joseph's Prep and 1988 graduate of the University of Delaware with a Masters of Science in Physiology. Survived by his beloved daughter Chandler Marie, his mother Eileen (nee Kelly) of Cherry Hill, NJ, his sisters; Kelly A. (Frederick) Sutter of Annapolis, MD, Sabrina M. (David) Lawrence of Medford, NJ, Tracy S. (Brian) Harrington of Baltimore, MD and his brother Stephen P. (Maria) Spahr of Havertown, PA.

Relatives and Friends are invited to his Visitation on Tuesday May 17th from 9-11:15 AM at St. Thomas of Villanova Church (Villanova Univ-Main Campus) Ithan and Lancaster Ave. (Rt 30) Funeral Mass 11:30 AM. Interment Wednesday May 18th 10:30 AM Arlington National Cemetery with Full Military Honors.

Contributions may be made in John's memory to The John C. Spahr '81 Memorial Fund at St. Joseph's Prep School, 1733 West Girard Ave., Phila, PA 19130.



Died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on March 25, 2005 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 52.

Beloved husband of Kathleen A. (nee Widua) of Berlin. Devoted father of Louis J. III and wife Kim of Gibbstown and Gabrielle, of Berlin. 'Big Lou' to Austin and Taylor Hughes of Gibbstown. Loving son of Louis J. Sr. and the late Grace of Berlin. Dear brother of Blase of Williamstown, Judi LeCompte of Bensalem, PA and Tracy Broome of Egg Harbor Twp.

Lou was born in Camden and grew up in the Gibbsboro and Voorhees area. He graduated from Eastern H.S., Class of 1970. He coached boys baseball for the G.V.A.A. for 30 years and also coached several Gibbsboro American Legion Post #371 teams. He was an avid golfer and a member of Little Mill C.C. in Evesham. Lou worked in business marketing and for the past 6 years owned his own business, Future Trend Marketing of Berlin.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 11 AM at St. Andrew the Apostle Church, Rt. 561 & Kresson-Gibbsboro Rd., Gibbsboro, where friends may call from 9 to 10:45 AM. Burial Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. In lieu of flowers, Lou's family requests donations in his memory to The Louis Salvatore Scholarship Fund for Baseball & Golf Programs at Eastern H.S. c/o Commerce Bank, 401 Rt. 73 & Kresson Rd., Voorhees, NJ 08043 or Care Alternatives Hospice, 70 Jackson Dr., Suite 200, Cranford, NJ 07016.



On March 26, 2005, Age 80, Pearl (nee Hunsberger), of Gloucester City, joined her beloved late husband, Stephen.

Survived by her Sister Marion Nace of Souderton, PA and the late brother Warren, late sisters Evelyn Bardman and Gladys Shelley. Sister-in-law Joyce Kowalski of Bellmawr, brother-in-law Joseph and Pat Kowalski of Gloucester City. Pearl was the loving Aunt of Faye and Bill Donovan of Phoenixville, PA, Barbara and Phillip Schanz of Lansdale, PA and Keith and Robin of Kowalski. Also, survived by many, many nieces and nephews.

Pearl was born and raised in Souderton, PA and graduated from Souderton High School where she excelled in field hockey, basketball and softball. She was a graduate of East Stroudsburg University and majored in Health and Physical Education. Pearl then received her masters degree and doctorate from Temple University in Philadelphia also specializing in Physical Education. Pearl had been a resident of Gloucester City for 50 years. She taught Physical Education and coached field hockey, girls basketball for Gloucester City School District, Audubon School District and Glassboro State College (Now Rowan University). Pearl was named to the Rowan University and East Stroudsburg University Hall of Fame. Throughout her life, Pearl loved to play tennis. Mrs. Kowalski served as a referee for field hockey and basketball. Pearl served on the board of the New Jersey Education Association, National Education Associaton, National Coaches Association and currently served as a First Vice-President of the New Jersey Retired Educators Association. She was a proud member of the Gloucester City Historical Society where she helped in their ad drive for the annual play. Pearl attended Trinity United Methodist Church in Gloucester City.

Relatives, friends, fellow teachers, educators, administrators and coaches are kindly invited to attend her viewing on Wednesday Evening from 7 to 9 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851 Monmouth Street (at Brown Street) Gloucester City. There will also be a viewing on Thursday Morning from 10 AM to 12 Noon will be from Trinity United Methodist Church, 7th and Division Streets, Gloucester City. The Memorial Service to celebrate her life will begin 12 Noon in the church. Interment New Saint Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. No Morning viewing at the funeral home. Family requests in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to the Pearl Kowalski Memorial Garden Fund, c/o The Gloucester City Historical Society, 34 North King Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030.



Suddenly on February 16, 2005, of Erial, NJ. Age 17.

Beloved daughter of Donald S., Jr. and Joanne (nee Wallace). Devoted sister to Haley. Loving granddaughter of Rose Mary Washington and Dorothy Wallace. Also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, coaches and school faculty.

Brittany was a former player for Highland Youth soccer, GGTAA basketball and the AAU Girls "Sure Shots" basketball team. She was voted most athletic at the Ann Mullen Jr. High School having participated in track, basketball and soccer. As a student at Timber Creek High School, Brittany was an announcer for the Morning Jolt, a peer mediator and a member of both the Nat'l Honor Society and Nat'l French Honor Society. She was a 4 year varsity basketball and soccer player. She was elected to the Homecoming Court and was offered numerous athletic scholarships, including being accepted for Early Enrollment at Penn State University's main campus for the Fall 2005 semester.

A Funeral Service will be held promptly at 10 AM Sunday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Interment at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations please be made in Brittany's memory to the Timber Creek High School Girls Athletic Scholarship Fund, 501 Jarvis Rd., Gloucester Twp., NJ 08012.



Age 21 of Millville, died Monday, January 31, 2005 while serving his country in Iraq.

Born in Vineland, he grew up in Millville, and graduated from Millville High School, class of 2001. He was a graduate of the Cittone Institute of computer science of Mt. Laurel. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served gallantly. He had planned to join the F.B.I. upon completion of his military service. He was an avid reader, and he enjoyed karate and playing computer games.

He is survived by his father Harry R. Swain III and step-mother Tracy of Vineland; his mother Deborah (Hannah) Lago and her husband Raymond S. of Millville with whom he resided; one brother Jaymes P. Swain serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in Iraq; one sister Morgan Swain of Vineland; a step-brother Aaron Dickel; and step-sisters, Krystal and Shawna Dickle, all of Vineland; grandparents, James and Pearl Hannah of Sevierville, Tenn., Carol and Ed "Stump" Camp of Henderson, N.C., Raymond and Claire Lago of Alamogordo, N.M., and Anne Lago; and great grandmother Peggy Reynolds of Phila., Pa.

Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 at 11 AM in the Christy Funeral Home, 11 W. Broad Street, Millville. There will be a viewing Tuesday from 6 to 9 PM and Wednesday from 10 to 11 AM in the funeral home. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park, Millville. Memorial contributions may be made to American Red Cross, 724 E. Plum Street, Vineland, N.J. 08360.



On February 5, 2005 at Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, of Delran, NJ, age 76.

Born in Riverside, NJ he was a machinist for 34 years at DeLaval Turbine Co., of Trenton, NJ retiring about 20 years ago. He was a Parks and Playground Commisioner and member of the Delran Athletic Association. He was a Delran Baseball Coach (Phillies) and took first place in 1954. He was a Veteran of the Army of the Korean War and was a member of American Legion Post #146 Riverside. He was also a member of the Jersey Devils Drum Corp. and is a Past Jr. Governor of the L.O Moose #279 of Delran, NJ.

Beloved husband of 51 years to Beatrice A. (nee Dann); loving father of Edward M. (Carolyn) Hatcher, Jr., of Stafford, VA; Jeffrey S. (Constance) Hatcher at home and Bruce W. (Cynthia) Hatcher of Delran, NJ. Grandfather of Rachel, Carly, Jacquelyn, Lucan, Kyle, Taryn, Nicholas, Jessica, Casey and Lindsey. Brother of Mrs. Carole Anderson of Delran, NJ and Mrs. Janet Dey of Las Vegas, NE.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 7 PM at the CHADWICK MEMORIAL HOME, 154 Webster St., Riverside, NJ, where friends are invited to celebrate Edward's life on Tuesday from 5-7 PM. Interment will be private. Rev. Francis Coyle will officiate.



Suddenly on February 2, 2005, Tim, age 47 years, of Haddon Township passed away.

A lifetime resident of Haddon Township, Tim was a graduate of Paul VI High School in 1976. He has been the head basketball coach for the St. Rose of Lima Falcons since 1977 and amongst his many coaching honors, Tim was inducted into the Al Carino South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame in the Spring of 2004.

Tim is the beloved husband of Lisa M. (nee White). He is the devoted father of Taylor, Connor and Morgan. He is the dear brother of Jimmy (Debbie) Lenahan of Tennessee, Judy Semler of Florida and the late Marylou (Jerry) Yule of Florida. He is also lovingly survived by his mother in-law, Kathleen White as well as numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Monday from 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM at St. Rose of Lima RC Church, 4th Avenue and Kings Highway, Haddon Heights. His Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday morning at 11:00 AM at St. Rose of Lima Church. Interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lenahan Children's Educational Fund c/o Bernadette Janis, 417 Graisbury Ave., Haddonfield, NJ 08033.



Age 23, was killed in a helicopter crash in Iraq on January 26, 2005.

Sean grew up in Pitman and was a graduate of Pitman High School Class of 2000. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps in December 2001. Sean was an avid sports fan and loved life.

He is survived by his wife Jessica D. (nee Jenkins) of Washington Twp., his parents Alexander and Lynn M. (nee Taggart) of Pitman, NJ, brothers Jason of Clayton, NJ, Ryan of Camp Lejeune, NC, maternal grandmother Dorothy Taggart of Pitman, mother and father in law Dianne and David Barnhardt of Washington Twp., NJ, and brothers in law Paul and Bryan Jenkins also of Washington Twp.

Relatives and friends may call on Wednesday from 4 PM until 9 PM, and Thursday after 9:30 AM at the Pitman High School Auditorium, Waverly Ave, Pitman, NJ. Funeral services will be on Thursday at 11:00 AM. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park, Washington Twp., NJ. Contributions may be made in Sean's memory to the Scholarship Committee of Pitman, Inc., Pitman Public Schools, 420 Hudson Ave, Pitman, NJ 08071. Arrangements by the KELLEY FUNERAL HOME, Pitman, NJ.



Age 18 of Hammonton, and formerly of Shamong and Berlin, NJ died Monday as a result of an automobile accident.

Born in Mt. Holly, he was a Hammonton resident for the past two years. Robert, a senior attending St. Augustine Prep School, was the goalkeeper for the Varsity Lacrosse and also a member of the Ice Hockey team.

Surviving are his parents Edward Sr. and JoAnn (Koval) Wickham, one brother Edward Jr. of Hammonton, Paternal grandparents Ruth and the late Robert Wickham, Maternal grandparents Edward and JoAnn Koval. Also surviving are many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Thursday evening 6 to 9 PM at St. Anthony of Padua Church Rt. #206, Hammonton, NJ with a Mass of Christian Burial Friday 10 AM. Burial Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. Donations in Robert's memory may be sent to St. Augustine Scholarship Fund, 611 Cedar Ave., Richland, NJ 08350. Arrangements by MARINELLA FUNERAL HOME, 102 N. Third St., Hammonton.



On January 6, 2005.

Beloved husband of the late Anne (nee Linsalata) Alfano of Syracuse, NY and formerly of Oxford Road, Havertown, PA. Father of Tony Alfano (Michele), Annette Tobia (William) and Patricia Tobia (Loren). Also survived by 6 grandchildren, Ensign Justin, Devin, Matthew, Brian, Tara and Christoper and brother of Mary Merrill.

Tony was a three sport athlete at Southern participating in football, basketball, and baseball. After graduation he went to Temple where he played basketball. He was on the national championship NIT basketball team in 1938. He taught at Camden High School from 1942-1976. One of the great high school basketball coaches in the country, his Camden teams never had a losing season in his twenty years of coaching. He posted over 350 wins and won two State Championships and ten South Jersey Championships. After retiring from Camden, Tony worked at Villanova University in the Library.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the Annunciation BVM Church, 401 Brookline Blvd., Havertown, Pa., on Monday, January 10, 2005 at 10:00 AM where relatives and friends may visit the family after 9:30 AM. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers an offering in Mr. Alfano's name to The Crossings, Attn: Resident Council Fund, 217 East Ave., Minoa, NY 13116 would be appreciated.




Age 49, of Tabernacle died suddenly on Christmas Eve doing what he loved, spending time in the woods.

Mike was born in Fort Dix and raised in Southampton. He had been a resident of Tabernacle for 22 years. He was a 1973 graduate of Lenape High School and received a a football scholarship to Drexel University where he graduated in 1978. He was an accounting officer at the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Pomona and had been an employee of the Federal Government for over 30 years. He was Vice President of the Tabernacle Township Board of Education of which he had been a member for 8 years. Mike was the immediate past Softball Commissioner of Tabernacle and played softball with Medford and Tabernacle Men's Softball Leagues. He also played with the United Delaware Vallley Baseball League, Over 38 White Sox. He had previously been a baseball coach for the Tabernacle Athletic Association. He was a member of the Tabernacle United Methodist Church and former member of the Vincentown United Methodist Church. Next to his family, Mike's greatest love was deer hunting.

Mike will forever live in the hearts of the love of his life, Judy Chappine (nee Grovatt) to whom he had been married for 28 years. His precious children Steven Chappine of Tabernacle and Easthampton, MA, daughter Stephanie Chappine of Tabernacle, and son Stephen Jones of Tabernacle and Easthampton, MA. His parents Frank and Dorothy Chappine of Southampton, grandmother Gladys Bakley of Riverton, sister Teresa Kenselaar of Medford, brother James Chappine and sister Kathy Rosmando and her husband Gary and dear aunt Carolyn Budd all of Southampton. He is also survived by numerous sisters and brothers-in-law , 4 godchildren, 16 nieces and nephews, 6 great nieces and nephews, countless friends and extended family. Mike will be sorely missed by his great friend Dominick Terrranova and surrogate daughter Chelsie Flake.

Friends may call at the tabernacle United Methodist Church on Wednesday from 6-10 PM and Thursday from 10-11 AM. Funeral Services will be held Thursday at 11 AM also at the Tabernacle United Methodist Church. Interment will be in the Junior Mechanics Cemetery in Tabernacle. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to contribute to the Michael J. Chappine Scholarship Fund, Tabernacle Township School, c/o the Board of Education, 132 New Road, Tabernacle, NJ 08088.



Suddenly and Tragically K.I.A, on November 15, 2004. Age 25. Of Gloucester City. This Dedicated Marine Corp Corporal gave his life for his country in Ramadi, Iraq. He died serving his country with pride and honor.

Loving and Proud son of former United States Marine Thomas E. Ryan and Linda (nee Sharp). Beloved brother of Christopher D. Ryan (wife Khara) of Gloucester City and Lauren D. Ryan of Haddon Heights. Beloved maternal grandson of the late William J. (Former United States Marine) and Barbara H. Sharp formerly of Gloucester City. Loving paternal grandson of the late James M. and Ruth Ryan. Dear great-grandson of Delinda Gabriele of Medford, NJ and Margaret Heitz of Sacramento, California. Loving uncle of Laney, Justin and the late Logan T. Ryan. Sweetheart of Cathy Cerminara of PA. Adoring Nephew of Bryan D. and Tammy Sharp. Loving nephew of the late Jack and James Ryan and Rose McDonald. Dear Cousin of Jason, Bill, Jesse Sharp, Brenda, Tracy, James Jr., Colleen, John, Kevin and Brian. Caring Nephew and god-son of Joseph F. Ryan of Woodbury and Diane Hale of Swedesboro. Devoted family friend of Sherry, Lester III, Cody and Marisa.

Marc was born, raised in Gloucester City and was a 1998 graduate of Gloucester City Jr./Sr. High School. He was captain of the Gloucester City High School Football Team, 1997 All South Jersey Football Player, All Tri-County, All Group 2 First Team and received the Larry Pusey Award from Gloucester City High School for Courage. Marc was a weapons specialist for the United States Marine Corps and served our country with pride, honor and courage. He is a hero to all and fought for the freedom of those less fortunate.

Relatives, friends, United States Marines and residents of Gloucester City are kindly invited to attend his viewing on Monday Evening from 5 to 9 PM from Gloucester City Jr./Sr. HighSchool, 1300 Market Street, Gloucester City. On Tuesday afternoon all are invited to a celebration of his life and ecumenical interfaith service at 1 PM directly from Saint Mary's R.C. Church, 426 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City. There will be no morning viewing for the public. Entombment to follow with full military honors at Harleigh Mausoleum in Camden with his late grandparents. Family requests that memorial donations be made in Marc's memory to the Marc T. Ryan Scholarship Fund For Special Needs Students: 1300 Market Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030. Attn: Mr. Joseph Gorman. Please make checks payable to Marc T. Ryan Scholarship Fund.



Son of Darlene and Bryan L. Freeman, Sr. and brother of Carlos & Dara, was born Feb. 20, 1973 in Chicago. He was raised in Burlington County and was educated in the Burlington, Willingboro and Westampton School Districts and graduated Rancocas Valley Regional H.S. in 1991.

Bryan departed this life Mon., Nov. 8, 2004 in Baghdad, Iraq, the victim of a sniper attack. At the time of his death, he was attached to A Company, 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion, Warrick, Rhode Island.

Bryan leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, father and two siblings; his special Jackie DeCarlo; his maternal grandmother Dorothy Lee Leftwich; paternal grandparents, Mary Louise Freeman and James Etroy Freeman; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and colleagues.

Family and friends are invited to attend funeral services Friday 11 AM at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Burlington City, NJ. Viewing 9-11 AM. There will also be a viewing Thursday 5-8 PM at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Burlington City, NJ. Int. will be at Beverly National Cem., Beverly, NJ. Professional services and Ministry of Comfort entrusted to the MAY FUNERAL HOMES, Camden, Pennsauken & Willingboro.



Age 18, of Roebling, died Saturday in Capital Health System At Fuld, Trenton.

Mr. Golia was born in Woodbury and resided in Roebling 13 years, previously resided in Barnsboro and Baltimore. Andrew was in his senior year at Florence Township Memorial High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society, Math and Chess Clubs, and was an incredible drummer in the Jazz Ensemble, also participated in the shot put and discus track and field events. He touched countless hearts with his tremendous spirit and charm. Andrew was affectionately known as "Gentle Giant" because of his big heart and sensitive nature. He was growing his hair to donate to Locks of Love for cancer patients. Andrew played Pop Warner football and Holy Assumption and Florence Township Recreational Basketball. He was employed by Professional Floor Services, Holland, PA, Bordentown Exxon and Pete's Pizza, Columbus. Andrew was fond of cars and enjoyed going to the car auction with his dad. He was an avid movie fan.

Predeceased by paternal grandparents, Francis and Helen Rafalowski Golia. He is survived by mother Cheryl Lynn (nee Williams) Golia of Roebling; father Christopher J. Golia of Holland, PA; two brothers Justin and Jonathan Golia at home; maternal grandparents Charles and Betty Williams of Pinellas Park, FL; two aunts; three uncles; several cousins and many cherished friends.

Friends may call Thursday from 3 to 5 PM and 6 to 10 PM at KOSCHEK AND PORTER FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 1115 Hornberger Avenue, Roebling. The public is invited to meet at Holy Assumption Catholic Church, 1290 Hornberger Avenue, Roebling Friday 10:00 AM for a Funeral Mass. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Andrew Francis Golia Memorial Fun c/o Fleet Bank, Fifth Avenue & Main Street, Roebling, New Jersey 08554.



Age 79, of Burlington Township, died Thursday, September 2, 2004 in Virtua Memorial Hospital of Burlington County, Mt. Holly.

Mr. Papp was predeceased by his wife, Pauline Bossman Papp. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law Douglas J. and Constance Papp of Westampton; daughter and son-in-law Kimberley and William Ivins of Burlington Township; daughter, Patrice Bal of Burlington Township; two sisters, Mary Gilanyi of Roebling, Helen Mease of Midlothian, VA; six grandchildren Gregory, Lindsay, Timothy, Kevin, Amanda and Morgan; many nieces and nephews.

Mr. Papp was Florence High School head football coach from 1959-71. His teams were 69-45-1 and won five division titles in his 13 seasons. He also served as a baseball and track coach, and as the school's athletic director. For five years after his retirement in 1988, he was an assistant football coach at Lacey Township. At one point in Papp's career he served as an advance scout for the New York Jets.

Memorial Services will be held Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 11:30 AM with the Rev. Felix Venza officiating. Friends may call Saturday from 9 AM until the time of service at KOSCHEK AND PORTER FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 1115 Hornberger Ave., Roebling. Burial will be private.



Of West Collingswood, NJ, peacefully at home on September 6, 2004, Age 46 years.

Beloved husband of 19 years to Cathy L. (nee Mason). Devoted Father of Frank Randazzo (Deanne) of Oaklyn, Steven Randazzo (Jamie) of Collingswood, David Moser, Jeffrey Moser, & Michael Moser all at home; Son of Eleanor Melfi (John) of Blackwood; Brother of Lawrence Moser (Anna), Robert Moser (Theresa) & John Melfi (Christi). Son-in-law of Warren Mason. Brother-in-law of Jeffrey Mason (Karen), Joanne Lautenbacher , Warren Mason Jr (Sherrie), Peggy Shipman (Thomas), Jason Mason, & Martene Bialko. Chuck was a loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle and will be sadly missed by his family and many friends.

A 1976 graduate of Collingswood High School, Chuck worked for Comcast Cable and previously for Cherry Hill Board of Education in the Joyce Kilmer School. He coached the Oaklyn Cougars Youth Football (1980-1999), Haddon Twp Youth Football (2000-2001), and Haddon Twp Little League Baseball (1991-2004). He was a Past President of Haddon Twp. Baseball and Past President & Athletic Director of Haddon Twp. Cougars. Chuck also coached football at Paul VI High School. Mr. Moser had coached for the Bellmawr Bears freshman Hockey Team for 2 years. Mr. Moser was also a Wrestling official for SJWOA for 17 years.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Viewing Thursday 6-9 PM at the Blake-Doyle Funeral Home. Funeral Friday 9 AM at the Funeral Home. Funeral Mass 10:30 AM in the Church of the Transfiguration, W. Collingswood. The family suggests memorial contributions in Chuck's memory to American Cancer Society NJ Division, 1851 Old Cuthbert Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08034.



On August 30, 2004 of Merchantville, NJ. Born in Philadelphia, PA.

Beloved husband of 50 years to Ann 'Nancy' Rhea. Dear father of George A. Rhea, Jr. (Veronica); Nancy Andruscavage; Thomas Rhea (Mary) and Michael Rhea (Andrea). Loving grandfather of George A. Rhea, III, Amanda Rhea, Veronica Rhea, Michael Rhea, Jocelyn Rhea, Conor Rhea, Steve Pennington and Michael Pennington. Brother of Robert Rhea.

George was an educator and taught at Merchantville High School for 6 years and Cherry Hill West High School for 26 years. He was a Navy veteran of WWII. He was a very successful Boys Swimming Coach with 397 wins, 62 loses and 2 ties. He was a member of the Hall of Fame, South Jersey, New Jersey State, Cherry Hill West, South Jersey Swimming Association. He was an Irish Setter Breeder and Show Handler and a Drum and Bugle Corp Judge.

Friends may call beginning 7 PM Thursday evening at THE STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 33 West Maple Ave., Merchantville for his viewing and family visitation and again 8:30 AM Friday morning. His Mass in celebration of his life will be celebrated 10 AM Friday at St. Peter's Church, Maple Ave., Merchantville. Interment Colestown Cemetery, Cherry Hill, NJ.



Age 46, transferred from earthly life to eternal rest on Friday, August 20, 2004 at the Lourdes Medical Center in Willingboro.

She is a former teacher of the Willingboro and Camden City School systems. Dawn was also the first black female head coach at Rutgers University, Camden Campus. She was a member of the Bethlehem A.M.E. Church in Burlington and her ministry was feeding the homeless.

Dawn is survived by her devoted and loving mother, Gwendolyn Phillips, three brothers, Keith of Willingboro, Kevin of Miami, Florida and Kim of Orlando, Florida; her adoped daughter, Sgt. Nicole Morris-Davis; big sister, Vernell 'Bunny' Davis; 9 aunts; 5 uncles, many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

A wake will be held on Wednesday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the W.R. WOODY FUNERAL HOME, located at 465 High Street, Burlington. A viewing will be held on Thursday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM followed by funeral services at 11:00 AM at the Bethlehem A.M.E. Church, 213 East Pearl Blvd., Burlington, NJ. Interment at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington, NJ.



On August 1, 2004, Specialist 4 Anthony Joseph of Lindenwold, NJ., age 20 years.

Beloved son of Alexander M. and Jacquelyn C. (nee Harris) Dixon of Lindenwold. Survived by brother Alexander Dixon Jr., of Lindenwold, NJ., Sisters Kim (Derek) Dixon-Battle of Somerset, NJ., Celesta (Gerald) Silvera of West Orange, NJ., Mary (Michael) Dixon-Rinehart of Sicklerville, NJ., Grandmother Sarah Harris of New Port News, VA., fiance Elis Deniz (Icoz) of Rothenburg, TBR Germany, and many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts & uncles.

Anthony was serving in the US Army 1st Infantry Division B Troop, in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Born on April 6, 1984, Anthony attended Montclair Elementary Schools, Gloucester County Christian School, and Overbrook Regional High School. Anthony participated in many sports including soccer in Montclair, baseball in Lindenwold, and was a member of the Overbrook Regional High School Wrestling Team.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation on Saturday 11 AM to 1 PM followed by services 1 PM at Lindenwold High School, 801 Egg Harbor Road, Lindenwold, NJ 08021. Friends may gather Monday morning 9 AM for the procession to the cemetery at the ORA L. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, 51 Park Boulevard, Clementon, NJ 08021. Interment Brigadier General William C. Doyle NJ Veterans Cemetery, Wrightstown, NJ. In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial donations to the Marantha Christian Mission Church, 63 White Horse Avenue, Lindenwold, NJ 08021, for a foundation to be set up for the Anthony Dixon Recreational Center.



Son of the late Louise Coney and A. W. Jones, was born on May 19, 1961 in Augusta, Georgia. As a young boy, Jeffrey and his family moved to New Jersey where he was raised by his maternal Grandmother Beauty Lovett in Camden, and at the age of 15 he moved to Mt. Holly with his uncle Hubert Coney where he attended Rancocas Valley Regional High School. While in attendance at Rancocas Valley High School, he played basketball, Jeffrey contributed to the team's championship status. After graduation he attended Burlington County College and from there he attended and graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, NY. In addition to being employed as Head Basketball Coach at Rancocas Valley High School, Jeffrey was employed by the State of New Jersey, New Lisbon Development Center as an Instructional Counselor for 20 years.

Jeffrey leaves to cherish fond memories, his Grandmother, Beauty Lovett of Camden, NJ, Grandfather, Tenily H. Coney Sr., and family of Philadelphia, PA, great-grandmother, Eula Mae McGee of Sylvania, GA, aunts and uncles, Mary Coney and Family, Charles Coney and family, Tracy Fuzz and family of Camden, NJ, Judy Tokley and family of Pennsauken, NJ, Hubert Coney and family, Ronald Coney and family all of Mt. Holly, NJ, Jessie Nesmith and family, Gloria Roberts and family of Sylvania, GA; Dee Nesmith and Family of Pemberton, NJ. Sheila Porter and Family of Philadelphia, PA, Jeffrey was preceded in death by Evonne Lovett of Camden, NJ, and Willie Coney of Sylvania, GA. Extended family Wayne Williams and family of Bordentown, NJ. God-daughters, Ashney and Jazlyn Myers of Willingboro, NJ, God-sons, Kyle Coney of Sylvania, GA and Christian Xavier Burnett-Williams, of Philadelphia, PA, friends Liz Campfield of Trenton, NJ, Lynette Kirby-Porton of Willingboro, NJ. A host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and many loving and close friends.

Donations can be made to the Jeffrey Coney Scholarship Fund at Rancocas Valley High School, 520 Jacksonville, Road, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060, attention Tony Lotierzo.

The family and friends of Jeffrey Coney will receive guests Sunday, July 25, 2004 from 4:00 PM until 10:00 PM at the home of Raye Williams, 56 Country Club Road, Willingboro, NJ 609-871-8336. Funeral Services will convene at Rancocas Valley High School Monday, July 26, 2004, calling hour from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Service at 11:00 AM. Interment immediately following service at Sunset Cemetery, Pennsauken, NJ. Arrangements under the direction of the W.R. WOODY FUNERAL HOME INC., Burlington, NJ.



Of Clayton, New Jersey, on July 2, 2004, aged 26 years.

Daniel was a 1997 graduate of Clayton High School where he was the Star Quarterback for the Clayton Clippers and captain of the Wrestling Team and played on the New Jersey Blue & Gold Game in 1997. He was an avid football and hockey fan. He was employed as a HVAC Mechanic for the Say Services in Sewell, New Jersey.

Father of Daniel L. Allen, Jr. Son of Jack Sr. and Patricia (nee McCullough). Brother of Shawn Patrick and his fiancee Amber, Jack Jr. and (Sissy), Robert, Arlene Kinsley (Tom), several aunts and uncles, 2 nieces Dana and Mandy.

Viewing Wednesday eve 6:30 to 9:00 PM and Thursday 8:30 to 9:30 AM in The McGUINNESS WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP FUNERAL HOME, 573 Egg Harbor Road. Funeral Service Thursday 10:00 AM. Interment Manahath Cemetery, Glassboro, NJ. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Daniel L. Allen Jr. Trust Fund, C/O The First National Bank of Elmer, Main Street, Elmer, New Jersey 08318. Interment Manahath Cemetery, Glassboro.



Age 18, of Buena, passed away on Monday, June 14, 2004.

Ricky was born in Gibbsboro, and moved to Buena at the age of two. He wrestled for the Buena Braves youth wrestling program. He attended Buena High School and was to graduate this week. A wrestler for the Buena Chiefs, he was a four-year starter on the wrestling team, amassing a 95-29 career record. He was a three time all-conference wrestler who qualified for the state championship three years in a row. In 2004, he rang up 27 wins and was runner-up at the District 32 and Region #8 championships. Ricky was to receive the annual Mickey Caprice award given to the team's outstanding wrestler. Because of his wrestling skills, Ricky had received numerous local scholarships. He also competed in the Mr. Buena pageant. He was planning to attend West Virginia University in the fall. In the summer he was a lifeguard at the Brunini Pool and also the Buena Campground. He enjoyed weight-lifting and hanging out with his friends.

He is survived by his mother and father, William H. and Diana (Ward) Wilcox Jr. of Buena; his brothers, Michael O. and Bill R.; a sister, Eden A. all at home; his maternal grandparents, Mary Ward and Richard Ward both of Berlin; paternal grandparents, William H. Wilcox Sr. of Winslow and Edith Cappella of Haddon Heights. Also surviving are several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral Services will be conducted 11:00 AM Thursday in the Buena Regional High School Gymnasium, 125 Weymouth Rd. Buena. Burial will follow in Friendship Cemetery Weymouth Rd., Landisville. Relatives and friends will be received from 8 to 11 AM at the Buena Regional High School Gymnasium. Contributions if so desired may be made to the Ricky Wilcox Memorial Fund c/o Minotola National Bank, 1748 S. Lincoln Ave., Vineland, New Jersey 08361, Attention Lynn Hoban. Arrangements under the direction of Rone Funeral Service, 1110 E. Chestnut Ave. Vineland, NJ.



On May 14, 2004 Specialist Philip I. Spakosky was killed in action while conducting combat operations in Karbala, Iraq.

Philip was born May 9, 1979 in Marlton, NJ and lived most of his life in Browns Mills, NJ. Philip graduated from Pemberton Township High School in 1997. He joined the U.S. Army in January 2002 at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He was assigned as an armored crewman to the Army's First Battalion, 37th Armor, First Armored Division (also known as 'The Bandits') based in Freidberg, Germany. He was deployed to Iraq in May 2003. Philip was awarded The Bronze Star, The Purple Heart, The National Defense Service Medal, The Army Service Ribbon, The Overseas Service Ribbon, The Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

Beloved husband of Keisha Spakosky; devoted son of Lisa Good of Browns Mills and Richard Spakosky of Etowah, TN. Loving father of Mariah, Imani and Ajhon. Grandson of Ginny and Gene Good of Marlton and Alberta and the late Howard Spakosky of Delano, TN. Much-loved brother of Lance Corporal Jeff A. Spakosky, U.S. Marines Corps and his wife Jeanine of Hubert, No. Carolina. Also survived by many special aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation on Wednesday morning, May 26th, from 9:00 to 11:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 910 Marne Highway, Hainesport, NJ 08036, with religious service immediately following the visitation. Interment with military honors following, at the Brig. Gen. Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Cemetery, Arneytown, also known as N.J. Veterans Memorial Cemetery on Province Line Road, New Egypt. Contributions in his memory can be made to daughter Mariah: FMS Bank FBO Mariah S. Spakosky, c/o FMS Bank, 1841 Rt. 70, Southampton, NJ 08088.



On May 14, 2004, of Bellmawr. Age 23.

Beloved son of James Fayer and Donna and mother Robin and Pete. Devoted brother of Jim and his wife Sue Ann. Loving grandson of Frank and Edna Cicchini and Robert and Ethel Dankel. Dear boyfriend of Megan Kelly. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousin.

Paul was an avid baseball player. He coached Gloucester Catholic Baseball and played for the Brooklawn American Legion.

Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing from 6 to 9 PM Tuesday evening and 8:15 to 9:15 AM Wednesday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 10 AM Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart RC Church, Mt. Ephraim. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. In lieu of flowers, donations to the family would be appreciated: 948 W. Browning Rd., Bellmawr, NJ 08031.



Suddenly on April 28, 2004, of Bellmawr. Age 18.

Loving son of Michael J. and Anita L. (nee Giaccardo) and the late Susanne (nee Glick). Brother of Michael A., Amanda M. and Allysa M. Also survived by his grandparents, greatgrand-parents, aunts and uncles.

Nicholas was a member of Bellmawr Fire Dept. #1. He was the Junior Firefighter of the Year for Camden County from 2002 to 2003 and a graduate of Triton High School. Nicholas was also a soldier in the U.S. Army.

There will be a viewing from 6 to 9 PM Wednesday evening and 9 to 9:45 AM Thursday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 10:30 AM Thursday at Mary, Mother of the Church, Bellmawr. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the family C/O Michael Parisi, 316 Lincoln Ave., Bellmawr, NJ 08031.



Suddenly on April 16, 2004, of Shamong, NJ, age 28 years.

He is survived by his parents, Ronald J. Sr. and Kathleen C. (nee Carr) of Indian Mills, a brother Matthew B. and his wife Danielle of Gainesville, FL, maternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Allen G. Carr, Sr. of Cherry Hill, aunts, uncles and cousins in Cherry Hill and Atlanta, GA.

Ronnie was a member of the All South Jersey and All State High School, Baseball and Football Teams while at Shawnee High School. He was also member of the Burlington County Scholastic League in 1992, 1993 and 1994. He was High School All American Baseball in 1993, and graduated from Shawnee High School in Medford in 1994. He was South Jersey High School Baseball Player of the Year in 1994, and went on to attend Old Dominion Universtiy in Norfolk, VA. In 1995, Ronnie was Freshman Baseball All American and Colonial Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year. In 1995, 1996 and 1997, he received All Conference Baseball awards. While a Junior at ODU, he was an 8th round draft pick by the Chicago Cubs. He was a member of the All Century South Jersey baseball team in 2000 and a single season home run record holder for the Williamsport Cubs and the Daytona Cubs.

Relatives and friends are invited to a Visitation on Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Rt. 73 S. and Evesham Rd., in Marlton. A Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 PM at the Funeral Home. Interment will take place at Colestown Cemetery in Cherry Hill. If desired, memorial donations can be made to a Scholarship fund in memory of Ronald J. Walker, Jr. to Shawnee High School, 600 Tabernacle Rd., Medford, NJ 08055.



Suddenly on March 25, 2004. Specialist Adam D. Froehlich of Pine Hill, NJ, age 21.

Beloved son of Stephen and Rosemarie (nee Dalrymple) Froehlich of Pine Hill. Also survived by brothers Steve (Jaime) Froehlich of Erial, Jeff (Crystal) Froehlich of Williamstown, sister April Froehlich of Pine Hill, grandfather John Froehlich of Pine Hill, nephew Andrew Froehlich of Erial, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Adam was serving in the US Army with the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Battery, in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation with the family on Friday evening 6-9 PM at the ORA L. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME 51 Park Blvd. Clementon, NJ. On Saturday the family and friends will meet at 9:30 AM at St. Edwards Church 500 Erial Rd. Pine Hill where the Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial donations be made to American Legion Post #286 Erial Rd., Pine Hill, NJ 08021.



On February 29, 2004 of Williamstown, NJ, went home to be with the Lord, after an extended illness.

Beloved husband of Andrea (nee Alston), loving father of Syreeta (Djuan) Golden of Moorestown, NJ, Karen of Camden, NJ, Kevin Jr. of Camden, NJ and Carlos of Chesapeake, VA. His devoted mother Elaine Fleming Brundage of Glassboro, NJ, father and best friend William Brundage (Marion) of Atlantic City, loving sister Karen F. Brundage-Johnson (Ben) of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, brother Kevin Bland of Lindenwold, special Aunt Esther Johnson of Camden, NJ and maternal grandfather Angrish Washington, Sr. of Trenton, NJ, granddaughters Autumn and Essence, in-laws Joseph and Edith Alston.

Kevin was a graduate of Camden High School. He attended Cheyney University. He was a member of the Winslow Township Police Department and retired after 20 years. During his career he served as Patrolman, Highway Patrol, Stakeout Unit, Police Liaison at Edgewood Senior High School and Detective. He retired in 2003.

Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Saturday, March 6, 2004, from 8:30 AM to 10 AM at the St. Matthews Baptist Church, Glassboro Road, Williamstown, where funeral services will be held at 10 AM. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery, Hurfville. Services entrusted to MAY FUNERAL HOMES, Camden, Pennsauken, and Willingboro.



Suddenly on February 12, 2004, of Marlton, NJ. Age 16.

Beloved son of Peter D. and Susan J. (nee Roberts) Burd. Dear brother of Sara J. Burd. Loving grandson of Clifford and Barbara Burd and Raymond and Jane Roberts of Hamilton Square, NJ.

Jeffrey was an honor student in the class of 2005 at Cherokee High School in Marlton. He played for the Cherokee Chief's Ice Hockey Team and Medford Wild Ice Hockey Team. Participated many years in the Marlton Recreational Council Soccer, Street Hockey and Roller Hockey programs. He was an active member of Trinity Presbyterian Church.

Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing 3-5 PM and 7-9 PM Monday at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Rte 73 South & Evesham Rd., Marlton, and to the Funeral Service 3 PM Tuesday at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 499 Rt 70 East, Cherry Hill. Interment will be private. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, the family requests donations be made to The Jeff Burd Memorial Fund, PO Box 364 Marlton, NJ 08053.



Age 52, died Tuesday, February 3, 2004 in Los Angeles, California.

William was a graduate of Winslow Township Elementary School and a 1971 graduate of Edgewood Regional Senior High School, where he played football and basketball and was the first President of the Black Culture Club. William was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps where he received an honorable discharge.

He is survived by his wife, Ruth, son, Robert Russell and a grandson Jaden in Los Angeles. He also leaves to mourn his death his brothers and sisters Patricia, Alvin, Larry, Denise, Robert, Kenneth and Tina. He was predeceased in death by his sisters Willie Mae Gould and Freeholder Aletha Wright. A host of family and friends in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Winslow Township are saddened by his death.

William will be cremated in Los Angeles. Interment and a memorial service will be planned by his family in Winslow Twp.



Suddenly on February 5, 2004, of Blackwood, NJ. Age 32.

Loving husband of five months of Denise L. (nee Petrelli). Devoted son of Verna (nee Przywara) and the late Bertram T., Jr. Dear brother of Andrea Lomas and her husband Joseph and Jamie Manos and her husband Robert, all of Sicklerville. Beloved son-in-law of Carmen and Vicki Petrelli of Mt. Laurel. Loving uncle of Michelle Panasiti and Jenna and Bobby Manos. Devoted brother-in-law of Vincent Petrelli and his wife Danielle and uncle to their daughter Gracie.

Trooper Zimmerman was a 1990 graduate of Highland High School and also graduated from Gloucester County College. He was also a 1995 graduate of Rutgers-Camden and a member of the Alumni Association. He played baseball for his high school and colleges and with the Tri-County Hardenberg/Petes. Trooper Zimmerman was also a Special Police Officer for Gloucester Township and then an officer for the Evesham Township Police Dept. He has been a New Jersey State Trooper for three years, the last year being selected to the Tactical Patrol Unit.

There will be a viewing from 3 to 6 PM Monday afternoon, 7 to 9 PM Monday evening and 9 AM to 11 AM Tuesday morning at St. Agnes RC Church, Coles & Little Gloucester Rds., Blackwood. Funeral Mass 11 AM Tuesday in the church. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, Chews Landing. The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made in Trooper Zimmerman's memory to Habitat for Humanity, P.O. Box 3311, Camden, NJ 08101.



Age 84, died on January 3, 2004 at his home in Pitman, NJ.

Born and raised in Cape May, he graduated Valedictorian of Cape May High School, 1937. He has lived in Pitman since 1950. He was a WWII Navy Veteran serving from 1941-1945. He received his Bachelor's degree in 1947 from Temple University and his Master's degree from Glassboro State College. He was a teacher and the Department Chairman for Health and Physical Education at Glassboro High School for 33 years and was also the Athletic Director for 20 years and retired in 1980. At Glassboro High he coached baseball for 18 years with a winning record (165-114), two NJSIAA Group II and III S.J. Championships, four runner-up for S.J. Champs, and was the assistant football coach for 17 years. He was past president of South Jersey Coaches Association, Olympic Conferences, and Glassboro Teachers' Association. He was a former member of the Executive Committee S.J. Coaches Association. In 1979 he received the awards of National Football Foundations Hall of Fame. He loved being with family, family gatherings and all levels of sporting events.

Husband of the late Lida (Nee Hand). Survived by three sons Henry of Pitman, Richard of Washington Township and Raymond of Pitman, one sister Olive Rollins of Cape May, nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Relatives and friends may call Wednesday after 7 PM and Thursday after 10 AM at the KELLEY FUNERAL HOME, 125 Pitman Ave., Pitman, NJ. Funeral service will be Thursday 11 AM. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park, Washington Township.




On December 26, 2003 of Mullica Hill, NJ. Age 79.

Beloved husband of 58 years to Marcelle (nee Leclercq). Beloved father of Daniel P. Owens and his wife Karen of Mullica Hill, NJ and Patrick J. Owens and his wife Karen of Audubon, NJ. Devoted grandfather of Paulette, Caroline, Geoff, Drew, and Kevin.

Viewing Thursday evening 6 to 9 PM in the Schetter Funeral Home 304 W. Rt 70 Cherry Hill, NJ and again Friday morning from 9 to 10:45 AM in St. Rose of Lima RC Church 300 Kings Hwy Haddon Heights, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial Friday 11 AM at the Church. Internment Woodbury Memorial Park West Deptford, NJ. The family requests in lieu of flowers that contributions in his memory be made to Phillies Charities, Inc. P.O. Box 7575 Philadelphia, PA 19101.



On November 30, 2003 of Cherry Hill, NJ. Age 46.

Beloved husband for 18 years to Charlotte A. (nee O' Donnell). Loving father of George A. Maier, III and Laura A. Maier both at home. Beloved son of George A. Maier, Sr. and Frances (nee Russo) of Haddon Twp. Dear brother of Thomas Maier of Haddon Twp., Richard Maier of Moorestown, Michael Maier of Cherry Hill, Mary Margaret Bailey of Middletown, OH and Pamela Maier of Oaklyn. Many nieces and nephews.

A graduate of Haddon Twp. High School Class of '75, he graduated from Gettysburg College in 1979. An Army Veteran (1979-1982) stationed in Germany, George was very active in Cherry Hill National Little League at Lafferty Field, was President of the Cherry Hill West Quarterback Club and coached his daughter's Cherry Hill softball teams. A teacher and coach at Haddon Heights High School, he was the department chairperson of the physical education department. As the former wrestling coach, George was honored as Coach of the Year four times and Region 7 Coach of the Year once. In addition to being their former wrestling coach, he also served as their assistant athletic director for 11 years and as assistant football coach for 9 years.

Viewing Wednesday evening 5:30 to 9:00 PM in St. Peter Celestine RC Church, 402 N. Kings Hwy., Cherry Hill, NJ where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday morning at 11:30 AM. There will be no viewing on Thursday morning prior to Mass time. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park Cherry Hill, NJ. The family requests in lieu of flowers that contributions in his memory be made to The Maier Childrens Education Fund, c/o Thomas Mitchel at Wachovia Bank, Rt. 130 Financial Center, 2802 Rt. 130 N., Cinnaminson, NJ 08077. Arrangements by The SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME of Cherry Hill.



Age 61, of Somerdale died Tuesday at his residence.

Born in Trenton, he was a former resident of the Trenton area and lived in Somerdale for the past thirty-two years.

Mr. Rifkin was a graduate of Princeton High School and Trenton State College (College of NJ) where he earned a Master's Degree in Business Education.

He was a business education teacher for the Black Horse Pike Regional School Board and taught at Highland High School for many years before retiring.

Brother of the late Howard R. Rifkin and son of the late Samuel Rifkin. He is survived by his mother Ida Rosenthal Rifkin of Ewing Township and a brother and sister in-law Dr. Barry Rifkin and Linda Rosenberg of New York City, a niece and two nephews.

Funeral services are Friday at 12 PM at Orland's Ewing Memorial Chapel, 1534 Pennington Rd., Ewing Township. Burial will follow at Young Judea Cemetery, Hamilton Township. The family respectfully requests that memorial contributions in his memory be offered to a charity of the donor's choice.



Of Browns Mills, age 24 years, died November 15, 2003 in Iraq.

Travis was an E-4 Crew Chief on the Black Hawk Helicopter in the 101st Airborne, U.S. Army. He received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Travis was a lifelong resident of Browns Mills, a graduate of the Pemberton Twp. High School Class of 1997 where he was a member of the ROTC Program. Travis enjoyed playing softball, was a loyal Eagle fan and was also a certified Welder.

Beloved father of Tristan Willis of Franklin, TN. Beloved son of Victoria Ann Baker of Browns Mills and the late Dane Allen Baker who died October 3, 2003. Dear brother of Lucas Baker and Jamie Cavaliere both of Browns Mills. Paternal grandson of Marlous Baker of Wilkes-Barre, PA and maternal grandson of John and Barbara Ewing of Warminister, PA.

Funeral Services will be held 10 AM Tuesday, December 2, 2003 from THE LANKENAU FUNERAL HOME, 31 Elizabeth St., Pemberton. Graveside Services with Full Military Honors will be held 11:30 AM Tuesday at the BGWCD Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown. Friends may call 5 to 9 PM Monday at the funeral home.

Please No Flowers. The Family requests Memorial Contributions be made to the Tristan Willis Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 326, Browns Mills, NJ 08015.



Richard (Richie) Gray was born May 12, 1933 to the late Charles and Izora Gray in Moorestown, New Jersey. The Almighty God, who does all things well, gently called him home on November 19, 2003.

Richard resided in Moorestown, New Jersey. He attended Moorestown High School, where he excelled in football, until joining the United States Marines in 1952. He served in the Korean War as a demolitions expert and was honorably discharged in 1955.

In 1955 Richard became the first black police officer on the Moorestown Police Department and remained with the department until 1965. Richard was an agent for Progressive Life Insurance and an employee of the Moorestown Board of Education until his retirement in 1998.

Richard loved fishing ("you've got to hook 'em to cook 'em") and sports (particularly the Philadelphia Eagles and Moorestown High School Football). He will be remembered by many as a beloved, little league football coach.

Those who will cherish his memory and celebrate his life include his two sons, Gregory (Lisa) of Mt. Laurel and Richard, Jr. (Janis) of New York City, three sisters, Virginia Winchester of Mt. Laurel, Marie Harvey of Moorestown and Marica Pope of Willingboro; two brothers, Charles (Jennie) of Mt. Laurel and Franklin (Yvonne) of Moorestown; four grandchildren, Kelly, Hunter, Gregory, and Payton, along with a host of nieces and nephews and numerous loving relatives and friends.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 11 AM at Second Baptist Church of Moorestown, Mill and Beech Sts. Family and friends may view from 9 AM until the time of services. Interment Brig. General Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Cemetery, Arneytown, NJ. In lieu of flowers please make donations to: Richard (Richie) Gray c/o Moorestown Youth Football League, 729 Storehouse Lane, Moorestown, NJ 08057.



Suddenly on November 7, 2003 of Pine Hill, NJ. Age 17 yrs.

Beloved daughter of Michael and Karen (nee Sladek) Hughes. Survived by sisters Nicole and Jacquelyn both of Pine Hill, grandparents Carol and Frank Gallagher of Sicklerville and Joseph and Mickey Sladek of Runnemede, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Bridget was born July 9, 1986 in Stratford, and was a member of the class of 2004 Overbrook High School in Pine Hill, she enjoyed playing basketball with the Lady Rams and a member of the National Honor Society.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing Sunday evening 5-8 PM and Monday morning 8:30-9:15 AM at the ORA L. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, 51 Park Blvd, Clementon. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM at St. Edwards RC Church, Pine Hill, NJ. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Pine Hill Youth Athletic Association, PO Box 1040, Pine Hill, NJ 08021 and/or Lady Rams Basketball Club, c/o Overbrook High School, 1200 Turnerville Rd, Pine Hill, NJ 08021.



Of Williamstown, NJ, age 18, suddenly on Friday, October 31, 2003 as the result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Born in Woodbury, he was a lifelong resident of Williamstown. Mark was currently a senior at St. Joseph High School in Hammonton, where he was an offensive lineman for the football team, a pitcher for the baseball team and an announcer for the basketball team.

Loving son of Mark A. and Cindy Bresani (nee Coppolino) of Williamstown. Dear brother of Elena Bresani of Williamstown. Loving grandson of his maternal grandparents Philip and Dorothy Coppolino of Washington Twp. and his paternal grandparents Rita Bresani of Wenonah and the late Joseph Bresani.

Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Wednesday from 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM at St. Mary's Church, S. Main Street and Carroll Ave., Williamstown, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:00 PM. Burial will follow at St. Mary's Cemetery, Williamstown. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Mark J. Bresani Scholarship Fund c/o St. Joseph High School, 133 N. 3rd Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037. Arrangements are under the direction of the FARNELLI FUNERAL HOME.



"Mack" "Mr. T" "Bus", age 70 of Atlantic City, departed this life Tuesday, October 28, 2003 in the Atlantic City Medical Center.

Born to McKinley and Nellie Thompson on August 5, 1933 in Atlantic City, he was a lifelong resident. "Mack" was blessed.

He attended the Atlantic City schools and was a graduate of Atlantic City High School. He also had attended Art School during his early years.

He was first employed at National Shoe Store and then at Central Junior High School in the stockroom. He was then called to work at the Atlantic City High School as Manager of the stockroom for 36 years. He encouraged many of the youth there and was a confidant to his family.

He attended House of God, Inc., and was a member of the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. He was a faithful warrior.

He was predeceased by his parents, McKinley and Nellie, four brothers, Ronald, Jesse, Shaedy and Waverly, and one sister, Fleeter.

Surviving are: one brother, Gene Milton Thompson of Chesapeake, VA; three sisters, Etta Robinson of Atlantic City, May White of CA, and Anna Thompson-Witherspoon of Pleasantville; his wife, Ruth of Atlantic City; a son, Ray Thompson; a daughter, Joann Thompson; grandchildren, many, many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, other relatives and friends.

Services will be held 11 AM Monday, November 3, 2003, in the Morningstar Holiness Church, 2816 Fire Road, Egg Harbor Township, where friends may call from 10 AM. Burial will be in Atlantic City Cemetery, Pleasantville. Arrangements entrusted to Greenidge Funeral Home.



Age 70 of Pilesgrove, NJ died Wed., Oct. 15th at Christian Hospital, in Newark, DE.

Born in Penns Grove, he was the son of the late George & Edith Homan.

Clem worked for 35 years at the Atlantic Electric Co. as a backhoe operator. Clem was active in the community and participated in many volunteer service activities. His love of football led him to join in becoming a founding member of the Woodstown Pirates Midget Football Team where he spent a couple of years as the equipment repairman for the local Midget Football program. His love and interest in the sport led to his induction into the S.J. Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1998.

Funeral Services will be held at 11 AM on Tues., Oct 21st from H.T. LAYTON & SON HOME FOR FUNERALS, 102 S. Main St., Woodstown, NJ where friends are invited to call Mon. evening 7-9 PM and Tues. morning 10-11 AM prior to services. Interment will be in the Salem Co. Veterans Cemetery, Pilesgrove, NJ. It was Clem's request that those who wish make contributions in his memory to the Pilesgrove - Woodstown Recreation Association, 1180 Rt 40., Pilesgrove, NJ 08098.



Age 88, of Woodstown, died Monday, October 6, 2003, at Memorial Hospital of Salem County, Mannington.

Born in Woodstown, and a lifelong resident, he was the son of the late Thomas H. & Clara (Royal) Wright.

Edwin was a graduate of Woodstown High School Class of 1934. He retired in 1974 as a supervisor with over 40 years of service from DuPont Chamber Works in Deepwater. He was self-employed over the last 20 years as a house painter in the Woodstown area.

He was a lifelong active member of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Woodstown. He was a member of the local school board for over 17 years, serving as president for over 5 years. Edwin was a South Jersey Football Official for over 25 years, a football trainer for the Woodstown High School and the clock operator for home football games for over 20 years. He also loved gardening, salt water fishing and vacationing in Sea Isle City.

He is survived by his wife of over 64 years, Kathryn (Foster) Wright; one daughter, Kathy Jess of Monroeville; 3 grandchildren, Douglas Jess, Shannon Ford & Adam Jess; 4 great grandchildren, Kyerra, Sierra, Thomas & Delaney.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 9 at 11:00 AM from the H.T. LAYTON & SON HOME FOR FUNERALS, 102 S. Main St., Woodstown. Reverend Joan DeSanctis, Pastor of the Asbury United Methodist Church, will officiate. Relatives and friends may call on Thursday from 9:30 AM until the time of service at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Sharptown Methodist Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in Edwin's memory may be made to th charity of one's choice.



On Oct. 5, 2003 of Gloucester Twp., NJ, age 14.

Jenni was a freshman at Our Lady of Mercy Academy. She was very active in their soccer program. Jenni was a former student of St. Jude's and Ann Mullen Schools where she received a courage award for always having a positive attitude in life. Jenni and her family participated in the Walk for the Cure for Juvenile Diabetes. Their walk team was known as Jenni's Happy Bunch. She was a very creative person who loved children and loved baby sitting. Her positive attitude will always be remembered by family and friends.

Beloved daughter of Joseph F. and Pamela J. (nee Hagensick) Rohr. Loving sister of Anna C. and Nicholas J. Rohr. Granddaughter of Mary Hagensick and Dorothy Rohr. Also survived by cousins, aunts, uncles and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing Wednesday evening 6-9 PM & Thursday 9:30-11:00 AM at St. Charles Borromeo RC Church, 176 Stagecoach Rd. Washington Twp. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM at the church. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, Chews Landing. The family requests that memorial donations in Jenni's memory be made to CHOP Voorhees Hem/Onc, 1012 Laurel Oak Rd., Voorhees, NJ 08043 or Camp Sunshine, 35 Acadia Rd., Casco, ME 04015 or to Camp Nejeda, PO Box 156, Stillwater, NJ 07875.



On August 20, 2003, the Lord called David home.

David was born on August 16, 1971 to Kenneth and Judith Tapper. He was the youngest and only son coming from a family with five older sisters (one deceased, sister Joyce, five years before he was born). He grew up in the of Atco, NJ, attending the Waterford Elementary Schools and Edgewood Regional High School, where he was on the high school wrestling team. He was a member of the Atco United Presbyterian Church. Soon after graduation and upon his 18th birthday, David joined the Navy. David's dream was to become a Navy SEAL. His vision became a reality. Going from training in Florida, to California, and then to Virginia Beach, he soared to the top receiving many awards and decorations. David traveled the world. He was a dedicated Navy SEAL, loving son, brother, husband and father, defending and protecting his family and his country. David was a true comrade and brother to his SEAL family.

After 9/11 a strong sense of duty called. He had gone to Afghanistan, Baghdad, and once again to Afghanistan for his final mission. David leaves to mourn his passing, his wife Tracey and children, Raimen, Vanessa, Talia and Jared. His mother Judith and her husband George Youngkin, his father Kenneth and his wife Dot Tapper, his grandparents Edith and Pete Claypoole, his sister Judi and her husband David Dowell, his sister Ruth and her husband Chuck Berwick, his sister Brenda and her husband Brian Banes and his sister Diana and her husband Lew Hicks. He also leaves a host of Aunts, Uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

A Memorial Service will be held at the "Edgewood" / Winslow Twp. High School Auditorium on Friday, September 5, 2003 at 7:30 PM. Visitation with the family will begin at 6:30 PM. Memorial donations to benefit David's wife Tracey and children may be sent to the Atco United Presbyterian Church, 2259 Atco Ave., Atco, NJ 08004. Please note checks are to be made payable to the 'Atco United Presbyterian Church', in memo portion of check please indicate 'Tapper Memorial Fund'. Arrangements under the direction of the LEROY P. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, Atco, NJ.



Of Mount Holly, died Thursday, July 10, 2003 at Virtua-Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly. She was 75.

Born in Philadelphia, Mrs. Hendricks was a 1948 graduate of West Chester University. She first began teaching at Harrington High School in Delaware, then at Burlington City High School, Pemberton Borough High School and, after a hiatus, St. Mary's Doane Academy. She taught Physical Education, Mathematics, and Geography. Mrs. Hendricks also coached Field Hockey, incuding several championship teams. She was a member of the Mount Holly Women's League and the Mount Holly Auxillary to Memorial Hospital. She was also a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

The loving wife for 44 years to the late William S. Hendricks, who died in 2001, Mrs. Hendricks is survived by: her loving son and daughter-in-law Kurt and Dann Hendricks; and two extra-special granddaughters, Madelyn Helen Hendricks and Lorelei Mildred Hendricks. She is also survived by a cousin, Gerhard Schuman of Rostock, Germany, and her faithful to the end dog, Abby.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 1 PM at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 910 Marne Highway, Hainesport, NJ 08036. Interment will be in the BGWCD Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in Arneytown. Friends may call on Tuesday from 12-1 PM at the church. Contributions in her memory may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church at the address above. Arrangements by the PERINCHIEF CHAPELS, Mount Holly.



Age 22, of Atlantic City, departed this life and went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, June 8, 2003.

Born in Atlantic City, he attended the Atlantic City Public Schools and was a graduate with the Class of 2000. He attended Kean University College, in Union County on a football scholarship and was recently awarded the MVP for Offensive Plays. Marquay was well known in the community for his volunteer work at the AC PAL as an Assistant Coach and Driver for the basketball teams. He was also involved in the Drama Guild with Michael Bailey. A faithful member of Union Baptist Temple, he sang with the choir and was a part of many church organizations and functions. He will be deeply missed by anyone who knew him.

Surviving are his mother, Catherine Reynolds; one brother, Eddie Reynolds; four sisters, Catherine, Shamika, Seleema, and Kera Reynolds, all of Atlantic City; four uncles, six aunts; his companion, Shatora Jenkins; his close friends, Larry Maddox, Jackie Curtis, Autemia Wilkins, and a host of nephews, nieces, and cousins, and other loving relatives and fine friends.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Thursday, June 12, 2003 at 11 AM at Union Baptist Temple, Pennsylvania and Adriatic. Viewing from 9-11. Burial at Lincoln Memorial Park, in Mays Landing.



On May 17, 2003 at Browns Mills, NJ, of Riverside NJ. Age 82.

Beloved husband of Arline D., nee Mollineaux. Loving Father of Mrs. Christine (Frank W. Jr.) Thatcher of Westhampton, NJ, Joseph P., at home; Thomas (Marianne) of Mt. Laurel, NJ & Robert A. (Jeanette P.) of Charlotte, NC. Also survived his sister-in-law, Mrs. Rachel Cancellieri of Phila., PA, & nephew, Jonathan (Connie) Easlick of Marlton, NJ; Grandfather of 9 & one great granddaughter.

Liturgy of the Christian Burial will be said Fri. at 10:30 AM where friends will meet at St. Peter's Church, Hancock & Bridgeboro St., Riverside, NJ. There will be no visitation at CHADWICK MEMORIAL HOME, 154 Webster St., Riverside. The family will receive their friends at the Riverside High School on Thurs. 5 PM-9 PM. Interment will follow the Mass and be PRIVATE for the family in St. Peter's Cemetery, Riverside.

In lieu of flowers, contribution may be made to the Riverside Schools, E. Washington Ave., Riverside, 08075 or to the J.T. Cancellieri Scolarship Fund c/o Riverside schools.



On May 7, 2003, of Medford, NJ. Age 45.

Mr. Shilling was President and CEO of the Quaker Group, Owner/Founder of the Camden Riversharks (Atlantic League Professional Baseball), and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Susquehanna University. He served on the Board of Directors of the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Camden, NJ and The New Jersey Builders Association. Stephen was also the Past President of the Builders League of South Jersey. Stephen began his career with Horizon Bancorp. (New Jersey) then First Pennsylvania Bank (Philadelphia). He joined the Quaker Group in 1986. He is graduate of Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA and attended graduate school at Wagner College and Temple University. His charitable affiliations: Habitat for Humanity, the Emmanuel Cancer Research Center, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Ronald McDonald House, and numerous regional affordable housing projects.

Stephen is survived by his wife Doria, and children Andrea and Stephen, all of Medford; parents, Stanley and Shirley Shilling of Chambersburg, PA, brothers: Stanley of Chamberburg, PA and Stuart of Sicklerville, NJ and sister Sheri Martin of Waynesboro, PA, maternal grandmother, Carrie Werner and 7 nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation on Friday from 5:00-9:00 PM at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Rt. 73 & Evesham Rd., Marlton, NJ. Funeral Service will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in Stephen's name to: Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Development Dept., 403 Haddon Ave., Camden, NJ 08103.



Age 22, of Willingboro, NJ, passed away on Sunday, April 27, 2003, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Manhattan, NY.

He was born in Wayne, NJ, and graduated from Willingboro High School in 1999. He attended Lincoln Tech for a year and then Burlington County College for a year. He was employed by TMI Management Systems, Florence, NJ. He ran track with the Willingboro Track Club and played T-ball and football with Willingboro P.A.L. As a teenager, he was a member of Omega Teens, the Men About Business mentoring program, and the Youth Ministry at St. James Baptist Church, Beverly, NJ. A writer of poetry and music-lover who enjoyed creating beats for background music tracks, he was a member of "The Enterprise", managed and produced by Big Tyme Enterprises, Philadelphia, PA, where Bassil's love and passion in creating music continued to grow.

Bassil leaves to cherish his memory: his loving parents, Nelson and Pamela Hayspell; his big brother, Verron (Ron); his favorite little sister, Jalaylia (lay-lay); his grandmothers, Marie Hayspell (Nana) and Verna Scott (Mom-Mom); great grandfather, Benjamin Scott, Sr.; his uncles, Brian, Lee, and Donnie; his aunts, Dina and Beth; best friends, William Abanyie and Khalil Birdsong; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2003, 11 AM, at St. James Baptist Church, 116 Broad Street, Beverly, NJ. Relatives and friends may call from 9-10 AM and may attend his memorial service at the church, beginning at 10 AM. Interment: Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson, NJ. Arrangements under the direction of THE W.R. WOODY FUNERAL HOME, Burlington, NJ.



Died suddenly on April 20, 2003.

Born in Camden, Zach was only 18 years old. He lived in Delran, NJ. Zach was a senior at Delran High School, where he played soccer and basketball.

Loving son of Louis J. (Skip) and Carol L. Romanet of Delran, dear brother of Jessica L. Romanet and her companion Mark Bush of Mt. Laurel. Grandson of Mary and the late Fred Smith of Florence and Louis J. and the late Cass Romanet of Warminster, PA.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Zach's Life Celebration, Thursday evening 6-9 PM and Friday morning 9-10 AM at the Church of the Holy Name, 260 Conrow Road, Delran. Liturgy Mass will follow at 10 AM. The family requests no flowers and donations may be made to "Zach Romanet Memorial Fund" c/o 2201 Saxony Drive, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054. Family service by SNOVER/GIVNISH of Cinnaminson.



Age 30, of Glassboro, NJ, formerly of Reading, PA. Peacefully at home on April 19, 2003.

Science educator for Sterling High School and their beloved Freshman football coach.

Dear husband of Suzanne K. (nee Leeser) and loving father of Corinne, dear son of Joanne and Leo Loeper and the late Marshall LaGrange. Brother of Tonya Conrad, David Loeper, Sandra Loeper, and Deborah Hoehn, uncle of Michael Conrad and Sean Leeser.

Viewing Wednesday Evening 5 to 9 PM and on Thursday 8:30 to 9:45 AM at The McGUINNESS, WASHINGTON TWP. FUNERAL HOME, 573 Egg Harbor Rd. Funeral Mass 10:30 AM in Our Lady of Lourdes R.C. Church, Glassboro. In lieu of flowers, Dave respectfully requested donations to the Corinne LaGrange Scholarship Fund, c/o Box 672, Woodbury, NJ 08096.



Of Franklinville, age 56.

Loving husband of Pauline L. (nee Adair). Loving father of Ty, Joshua, Leah, and Jessica. Grandfather of Mason. Also survived by four sisters Joan Mathiesen, Clare Falls, Mary Ellen Garris, Carol Milner, and two brothers Alan and Chuck.

Mr. Taylor was a Teacher at Edgewood High School for 33 years, retired in 2001. Very active NJEA member, former vice-president for many years. Coached high school football, track, and wrestling. Coached Edgewood midget wrestling.

Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Tuesday at 9 AM at the DANKS-HINSKI FUNERAL HOME, White Horse Pike at South Ave, Lindenwold. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 AM at St. Lawrence Church of Lindenwold. Interment at Gate of Heaven, Berlin. A viewing will be held Monday eve between 7 and 9 PM. Family requests in lieu of flowers donations made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 1415 Route 70 East, Suite 502, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 would be appreciated.



On January 19, 2003 age 94 of Moorestown, NJ.

Charles was a graduate of Moorestown High Class of 1927 where he received letters in Football, Basketball and Track. Charles also graduated from the Perkiomen School Class of 1928 and received his Bachelors Degree from Albright College in 1932. He received letters in Basketball, Football and track and was the Captain of the Basketball team in 1932. He played semi-pro football for three years with the Reading Keystones. After college he worked for Standard Oil from 1932-1936 and went on to teach at Paulsboro High School from 1936-1937. Charles taught for Bound Brook High School from 1937-1945 and Merchantville Public Schools for 27 years retiring in 1972. After his retirement he substituted for 17 years for Moorestown High School. He was former president of the National Alumni Assoc. of Perkiomen School and was the former President and Honorary Life Member of Board No. 34 of International Assoc. of Approved Basketball Officials. Charles was an Honored Memorial Member of the Reading & Berks Basketball Old Timers. He was a former trustee of the Moorestown Family Counseling Service, member of the Moorestown Historical Society and member for over 25 years of Willow Brook Country Club.

Husband of the late Doris. Father of Elizabeth Thomas of Camano Island, WA. He was predeceased by his son Clifford Charles Haines Jr. 6 grandchildren. 3 great grandchildren.

Memorial Service Thurs. 2pm at The LEWIS FUNERAL HOME, 78 E. Main St., Moorestown, NJ. Interment Arlington Cem., Drexel Hill, PA. Please no flowers. Memorial contributions to the Dr. Mary E. Roberts Scholarship Fund c/o Moorestown High School, Bridgeboro Rd., Moorestown, NJ 08057 or Samaritan Hospice 5 Eves Dr., Marlton, NJ 08053.




On December 1, 2002, of Marlton, NJ, aged 61 years.

Survived by her partner of many years, Sue Schooley of Marlton; her twin sister, Fiona Bishop & her husband, John, of Liverpool, England; step-mother, Mary Ridley; step-siblings Enid Crook, Brenda Keen & Ronald Sewell; nieces Cheryl Murray & her partner, Alan Lowery, Cathy Edge & her husband, Peter; grand niece Kate, Lucy & Alice Edge and Megan Lowery.

Sheila has lived in Marlton since 1983 and earned a PhD. in Sports Psychology at Temple University. Currently a Professor at Penn State University "Berks-Lehigh Valley" Campus. Dr. Ridley was a much sought after sports psychologist, generous at both the entry and Olympic level.

Friends will be received Friday at 9 AM at the Church of St. Luke & Epiphany, 13th & Spruce Sts., Philadelphia. Memorial Service 10 AM. Memorial Donations are suggested to the "Sheila Ridley Memorial Golf Fund", 418 Lake St., Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059, for the development of golf programs for girls in South Jersey.



Of Crofton, MD formerly of West Atco, died on November 29, 2002.

Damien was born in Stratford, NJ and had been a lifelong resident of West Atco. Damien attended elementary school in Winslow Township and high school at Edgewood Regional and later transferred to Overbrook Regional High School where he continued to excel in football and wrestling. While in H.S. he received numerous awards including Wrestling State Champion and was a member of the Overbrook High School Regional State Football Championship Team, 1990-91 and prestigious NJ Male Athlete of the year, 1990-91. While attending North Carolina State University on a five-year football scholarship, he achieved All Atlantic Coast Conference with the likes of Charlie Ward and Derrick Brooks. He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 1995 as an inside linebacker.

Damien leaves to cherish his memory: three sons, Damien E., Nicholas A., and Cashius C. Covington; parents, John H. Covington Sr. and Sharon Baylock; siblings, Kenya Covington Cox, Adrienne 'Annie' Waite, Kip and John H. Covington, Jr.; loving companion, Cashandya Henderson and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Services will be held at 11 AM on Thursday, December 5, 2002 at Greater Mt. Carmel C.O.G.I.C., 250 Chestnut Ave., West Berlin, NJ and viewing held from 8 AM until 11AM. Burial will be held at the Berlin Cemetery, Berlin, NJ. Gifts of love in lieu of flowers can be contributed to the Damien Covington Scholarship Fund at: 15 Edge Lane, Willingboro, NJ 08046. Arrangements entrusted to GREENIDGE FUNERAL HOME of Atlantic City, NJ.



Age 79, on November 8, 2002 of Magnolia, NJ.

Husband of Sarah M. (nee Russell). Father of Anne R. & husband Mike Trolan of Milford, DE and Russell & his wife Bernadette of Sewell. Grandfather of Sean, Keith & Jake McPaul, Kyle, Nicholas & Brittany Trolan.

Mr. McPaul was a life member of Masonic Lodge Doric Kilwinning No. 68 of Port Glasgow, Scotland & founding member of the Interboro United Soccer Club.

Relatives & friends of the family are invited to attend his memorial service on Sunday (today) at 7 PM from the Magnolia United Methodist Church, Gloucester & Evesham Ave, Magnolia. Burial will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the American Heart Association, 600 South White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ 08106. Funeral arrangements by EUGENE J. ZALE FUNERAL HOME, Inc., 712 NO. WHITE HORSE PK, STRATFORD.



Age 36, of the Cumberland section of Maurice River Township died on Thursday evening, Oct. 24, 2002, at home after a short but courageous battle against pancreatic cancer that was diagnosed in September.

John was born in Woodbury, raised in Pitman and Franklinville and was a resident of Vineland since 1976. John was a member of the Vineland High School swim team under Coach Casadia. He was a 1984 graduate of Vineland High School. He also graduated from the Cumberland County Vo-Tech school with a degree in masonary. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps after his high school graduation and served as a Lance Corporal until 1990. He was a baker in the Marine Corps but most importantly he was a WSSI "Water Safety Survival Instructor." He served with the Special Forces in Okinawa, Japan, where he taught water survival to his fellow marines and their families. He was a graduate of ACCC Culinary Arts, where he received a Silver Medal and an associate's degree. He was attending Stockton State College to attain a bachelor's degree in education. He served as a swim instructor, coach and lifeguard at the Y.M.C.A. He was "Coach Bo" at the Our Lady of Mercy Academy for Girls in Newfield and also for the St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland, the Marlins Swim Team of Hammonton, the Capri Swim Club of Vineland and the Martin Luther King Academy. Coach Bo dedicated his life to teaching children to swim so no other parents and families would have to suffer with a loss of their child through drowning. In between going to school and coaching, John assisted his brother in the operation of Carlo's Pizzeria on Chestnut Avenue in Vineland.

He is survived by his parents, John H. and Winifred (Kearney) Bohanna Sr. of Vineland; two brothers, Raymond and Brian and his wife Grace Bohanna of Vineland; Aunt Trudy and Uncle Mark Mungiole of Cumberland; Uncle Jerry Kearney of Williamstown. John was predeceased by his brother, Kevin A. Bohanna, who died in 1995.

His Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at 10 AM Wednesday in the Villa Rosello Chapel, located at the intersection of Main Road and Catawba Ave. in Newfield, with burial honors conducted by the U.S. Marine Corps in the Chapel of the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Vineland. Relatives and friends will be received from 4 to 8 PM Tuesday and again from 8 to 9 AM Wednesday at the Pancoast Funeral Home, 676 S. Main Road, Vineland.

For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Coach Bo Scholarship Fund, in care of the Rev. Paul Galetto, St. Augustine Preparatory School, 611 Cedar Ave., Richland, NJ 08350; or to the American Cancer Society, Cumb. Unit, 1500 W. Landis Ave., Vineland, NJ 08360.



Age 74, of Medford & N. Carolina, passed away Friday at Virtua Memorial Hospital, Mt. Holly, NJ.

Born in Yorkville, OH, Kiki resided in Medford for over 40 years before retiring to N. Carolina. He was a U.S. Marine Corps & U.S. Army Veteran serving during WWII & the Korean War. He was a graduate of Rutgers University (School Administration- 1959-1964), Temple University (School Administration- 1964) and West Virginia University (receiving a B.S. in 1952 & and his M.S. in 1956). Mr. Konstantinos started at Lenape District in 1958, as a biology teacher. He would later serve as coach of the football and baseball teams, athletic director assistant principal, and principal before becoming Superintendent of Schools in 1963. He also was a teacher for the Moorestown High School (1955-1958), Rutgers University Co-Adjutant Staff (1968-1971) and West Virginia University Graduate Assistant (1954-1955) He retired in 1993.

He was on the board of Trustees and/or Directors of the Middle States Assn. , the NJ Council of Economic Education, & the Curriculum Development Council (President). He was on the Executive Committee of the NJ Assn. of School Administrators (President), the NJ State Interscholastic Athletic Assn. (President), the NJ Council of Education, & the NJ Athletic Directors Assn. He was on the Advisory council of the American Association of School Administrators (Delegate), Rutgers University, Rider College (Chairman), Burlington County College, and the Burlington County Special Services School District. He was also involved in many committees and task forces of the Dept. Of Education including the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Task Force, School Bus Safety Steering Committee, the Pre College Preparation Task Force (also part of the Dept. of Higher Education), the High School Standards for Graduation, the Coaching Task Force. He also associated with the NJDMV Driver Education Task Force, the Burlington County Freeholders Special Services School District, Princeton University Distinguished Teach Award, the NJ Dept. of Higher Education College Outcomes Evaluation Program, and the NJEA Teacher Board Relations Committee.

Involved with many community organizations, Kiki served as President of the American Cancer Society (also serving as Crusade Chairman for their Burlington County Unit and Organization Chairman for their NJ Division) and the West Virginia University Alumni Assoc. Philadelphia Chapter, Advisory Council Member of the League Of Women Voters in the Medford area, and on the Board of Directors for the West Jersey Symphonic Band, the Medford Community Awareness Group., The Burlington County Community Council, the Burlington County Big Brothers-Big Sisters (Honorary) the United Way and the Leukemia Society of South Jersey.

He took pride in his many professional speaking engagements and his many testimonies to legislative bodies. Kiki also received the Award for Outstanding Leadership (1990), was inducted into the University of West Virginia Athletic Hall Of Fame (1990) and the South Jersey Coaches Hall of Fame (1981), the NJ Superintendent of the Year (1992), the VFW Award for Outstanding Citizen of the Year (1993) the United Way Community Service Award for Outstanding Service to the Youth Of Burlington County (1993).

Brother of the late Stella Jones; he is survived by his wife of 23 years, Margaret S. Konstantinos; 2 brothers & sisters-in-law, Joseph & Sharon Konstantinos of Martinez, GA & John & Sandra Konstantinos of Kent, OH; 1 sister & brother-in-law, Madeline & Myron Kukla of Holland, MI; his good friend Tom Tofaute of Medford & 13 nieces and nephews.

Relatives & friends may call on Tuesday, October 22, 2002 from 6-9 PM at the Lenape Regional High School, Church & Hartford Road, Medford NJ. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 11 AM at the High School.

Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Kiki's memory to the Konstantinos Scholarship Fund, c/o Administration Building, 93 Willow Grove Rd., Shamong NJ 08088.

Arrangements are under the direction of the MATHIS FUNERAL HOME, 58 N. Main St. Medford, NJ 08055.



Age 15, of Pemberton was born on February 10, 1987 and died on September 16, 2002 in Virtua Hospital, Mt. Holly, NJ.

Dominique was a 10th grade student at Pemberton High School.

He is survived by his father and stepmother Tyrone A. and Stephanie P. Johnson both of Pemberton; his mother and stepfather, Valeria Y. Johnson and William Rehi both of Florida; his sister, Enjoli Johnson and brother, Ty'Rae Johnson, both of Pemberton; his grandparents, George and Sylvia Johnson, Sr. of Pemberton and Camille Phillips of Florida; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be held on Monday September 23, 2002 at 11 AM in Calvary Baptist Church, 12 Scrapetown Rd., Pemberton. Friends may call Sunday September 22, 2002 from 6-9 PM at the church. Interment Odd Fellows Cemetery, Pemberton. Arrangements by E.J. FLIPPEN FUNERALS, 453 S. 6th St., Camden.



On May 22, 2002, former educator at Audubon High School, age 60 died Wednesday at Cooper Hospital.

Beloved husband of Dolores (nee Mecca). Father of Michael J. Bendorf (Jacqueline) of Yardville, Matthew E. Bendorf of Audubon, Sandra Bendorf (Joseph Melican) of Wilmington, DE and Nancy Bendorf (Timothy Shull) of Fairfax, VA. Brother of Herman Bendorf of Merchanicsville, PA, Francis Bendorf of Sarasota, FL, Charles Bendorf of Marlton Lakes, Grace Ruth of Asburn, VA, Pat Johnson of Arvada, CO, Mary Robinson and Kathleen Wark both of Audubon. Grandfather of Brenden, Amanda, Austin & Jonathan.

Mr. Bendorf's career spans over 31 years at Audubon High School as teacher, guidance counselor, coach and athletic director before retiring in 1995.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral on Saturday 11 AM at the HENRY FUNERAL HOME, 152 W. Atlantic Ave, Audubon. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 12:30 PM at St. Rose of Lima Church, Kings Hwy & 4th Ave, Haddon Heights. Entombment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. Friends may call Friday evening 7-9 PM at the funeral home.

Contributions in Mr. Bendorf's memory may be made to the Joseph L. Bendorf Memorial Scholarship, c/o Audubon High School, Edgewood Ave., Audubon, NJ 08106 or the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Office of Donor Service, 1311 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, NY 10605.



Former Cumberland Regional High School Athletic Director, head Football coach and former All American and professional football player died late Wednesday afternoon April 3, 2002 at S.J. Hospital-Newcomb in Vineland. He had received a dialysis treatment and was preparing to return to his Hopewell Township home.

Mr. Robinson was 69 and a lifelong Bridgeton area resident. He was born in Bridgeton and was the son of the Everin 'Chick' and Minnie Faison Robinson. A 1951 graduate of Bridgeton High School, he was twice named to the All State football team. As a freshman he was integral part of the 1947 undefeated state championship football team. Tex also was a star on the track, baseball and basketball teams. He matriculated at Temple University in the ROTC program and was an immediate star on the football field. At left halfback, he twice led Temple in rushing and scoring and also played 'both ways.' He received the prestigious Maxwell Club-Bert Bell Award twice and was named the Brooks Irvine player of the week 'for clean sportsmanship and excellent play.' Always a gentleman both off the field and on, he was inducted into Temple's Hall of Fame in 1980. After serving in the US Army and following his career at Temple he signed with the Cleveland Browns and although he did not make the team, spent enough time around the legendary Paul Brown to proclaim him one of the most prominent influences in his life. Tex played in the Canadian Football League for seven years with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen and the Sarnia Golden Bears. It was there where he met and married his wife, the former Lois Anne Stephenson. After his career in professional football he returned to Bridgeton and began teaching and coaching in the Bridgeton school system. He served as an assistant football coach to the late Barney Fisher and Grandville Zopp and was also a track coach at Bridgeton. In the fall of 1977 when Cumberland Regional High School opened, Tex was appointed the school's first head varsity football coach. Two years later he became the school's first head varsity football coach. Two years later he became the school's athletic director, a capacity in which he served for nearly ten years. He later served as an assistant football coach under his longtime friend, Jon Wuzzardo. His career in teaching started as a health and physical education teacher. He taught both health and physical education at Cumberland Regional and in January of 1997 he retired.

Known as arguably the best athlete to ever come from the Bridgeton area, Tex was a member of the Bridgeton South Jersey Sports Hall of Fame, the South Jersey Coaches Hall of Fame in Addition Temple University's Hall of Fame. In December of 2001 he was part of the first class of inductees onto Cumberland Regional's Wall of Fame. For twenty years he has served as a citizen member of the Cumberland County Board of Social Services.

In addition to his wife of forty-four years, heis survived by one daughter, Gay Robinson of Mays Landing, one son, Jamie Robinson at home and two brothers, Cleon 'Hawk' Robinson and Ronald Robinson both of Bridgeton. A public memorial service will be held to celebrate the life of 'Tex' Robinson at 7 PM Wednesday evening April 10th at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) at Cumberland Regional High School, Silver Lake Road in Upper Deerfield Township. The interment was held privately and at the convenience of the family at Fernwood Memorial Park in Hopewell Township. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions should be made to the Colt Booster Club, c/o Cumberland Regional High School, PO Box 5115, Seabrook, NJ 08302 or to Dialysis Corporation of American (DCA), 1450 E. Chestnut Avenue, Suite 2C, Vineland, NJ 08360.



Suddenly on February 23, 2002, age 47 years of Palmyra, NJ.

Joe was the Co-Owner and President of Crown Pipeline Construction Company of Glassboro, NJ. He was a 1972 Graduate of Clearview High School in Mullica Hill, NJ and was drafted from Eastern Michigan University into Minor League Baseball for the Expos in Gastonia, NC. Joe was an active member of United Way, NJBUA (Camden County), an NJSIAA Mechanics Clinic Director, Asst. Baseball Coach for Bishop Eustace High School and a former Asst. Baseball Coach for Gloucester County College.

Joe is survived by his beloved wife of 11 years Suzanne (nee Perkins) Whittaker, his parents Joseph and Norma Whittaker of Washington Township, NJ, his loving step-children Eric McCleary and his wife Chrystal, Richard McCleary and Joy Bonsted and her husband Dave, his grandson Bradley Bonsted and his sister Victoria Whittaker of Fairlakes, VA.

Relatives and friends are invited to his Life Celebration Tuesday evening after 6 PM and Wednesday morning 9-11 AM at SNOVER/GIVNISH OF CINNAMINSON, 1200 Route 130 North followed by his Funeral Service 11:00 AM. Interment Lakeview Mem. Park, Cinnaminson, NJ.




Suddenly, on December 19, 2001, of the Erial section of Gloucester Township, NJ. Age 17.

Loving son of Edward E. Toy, Sr. and Rita M. (nee Mulderig). Devoted brother of Kathleen Toy of Erial. Also, survived by his loving paternal grandparents Elizabeth (nee Brown) Toy and Ephraim Toy of Berlin, NJ. Survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and classmates.

Ted was attending Paul VI Catholic High School in Haddon Township where he was in his Senior year. Ted was a four year football player, playing Varsity Football Player for Paul VI High School and played on the Gladiators Ice Hockey Team in Voorhees for eight years. He was also a parishoner of Saint Agnes R.C. Church in Blackwood, NJ.

Relatives, friends, students, faculty, and administration of Paul VI High School are kindly invited to attend his viewing on Sunday evening from 6-9 PM and Monday morning from 8:15-9:15 AM from the JOHN A. HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 9 White Horse Pike (at Kings Highway) Haddon Heights, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10am from Saint Vincent Pallotti R.C. Church, 901 Hopkins Road, Haddon Township, NJ. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. Family requests that memorial donations be made in Ted's memory to Paul VI High School, c/o The President, 901 Hopkins Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 would be appreciated. Funeral arrangements by the McCANN FUNERAL HOME, Brown at Monmouth Streets, Gloucester City (856-456-1142).



Of Hoboken and West Deptford, NJ, age 21 yrs on September 11, 2001, victim of the World Trade Center Tragedy.

Graduate of West Deptford High School Class of 1997 and Fordham University Class of 2001. Mr. Brandemarti was an avid football player, scuba diver, and golfer.

Loving son of Nicholas and Nancy (nee Lynch) Brandemarti of West Deptford, NJ. Grandson of Loretta Lynch and her companion Ken. Nephew of Carol, Diane and Ted, Bill and Paula, Mike and Gail. Godfather of Gavin and a beloved cousin of many.

Relatives and friends are invited to his Memorial Mass Sunday October 7 at 2 PM in St. Margaret's RC Church, Third St. and Beech Ave, Woodbury Heights, NJ. Memorial Contributions may be made to Nicholas William Brandemarti Scholarship Fund: Bank of Gloucester County, 100 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 832, Woodbury, NJ 08096. Arrangements made under the direction of McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOMES.



Age 22, of Elm, NJ, on Friday, April 13, 2001. He was a student at Villanova University.

Mark is survived by his parents Ronald and Peggy Sirolli of Elm; two brothers Ronald Sirolli, Jr. and Michael J. Sirolli, both of Hammonton; and his paternal grandfather Joseph Sirolli, Sr. of Elm.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday 10 AM in St. Anthony of Padua RC Church, Hammonton. Burial will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call Monday evening after 6:00 PM and again on Tuesday morning 9:00 AM at St. Anthony of Padua RC Church, Rte 206 in Hammonton. Donations may be made to St. Anthony of Padua Church, or to the Special Olympics.




Of Mount Holly, NJ on October 21, 2000. Age 74 years.

Former Rancocas Valley Regional High School football coach.

Husband of Bobby; father of Michael, Bruce, Steven and Patti Williams, grandfather of 10.

There will be a Memorial Service, Thursday at 1 PM at the Athletic Field of Rancocas Valley Regional High School, Jacksonville Road, Mount Holly. Interment will be private. Friends may call Wednesday from 5-9 PM at the PERINCHIEF CHAPELS, 438 High Street, Mount Holly.

Contributions in his memory may be made to the Fisher-Ruch Scholarship Fund, Rancocas Valley Regional High School, Jacksonville Road, Mount Holly, NJ 08060.



On October 14, 2000, Christopher M. of Glendora, age 17.

Survived by his loving parents Denise and Shane; his paternal grandmother Clara Schauers of National Park; one sister Stephanie M. and one brother Shane D. Jr., both of Glendora.

Christopher attended Triton High School and was a member of the football team.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service on Tuesday evening at 8 PM from The DANKS-HINSKI FUNERAL HOME, White Horse Pike at South Ave., Lindenwold. Friends may call two hours prior to services. Interment at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions made to the family in Christopher's name would be appreciated.



On Aug. 24, 2000, of West Berlin, NJ. Age 65.

Husband of Marylin (nee Cullen), also 3 children Michael of Lindenwold, Patrick of Manhattan, NY and Maureen of Audubon, a sister Veronica Klocek of Doylestown, PA.

He was a member of Berlin VFW Post No. 6253 and the Retired Teachers Assoc. He retired from Eastern High School in 1997.

A viewing will be held Monday morning 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ with Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 noon. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. No Sunday evening viewing. Its been requested by the family in lieu of flowers kindly make contributions to the Isadore Brodsky Institute for Blood Disorders and Cancer at Hahnemann Hospital, Broad & Vine Sts., Phila., PA. 19102. Arrangements KNIGHT FUNERAL HOME, Berlin, NJ.




On October 4, 1999, age 32 of Williamstown.

Beloved son of Bernadette (nee Henry) and the late William J. Roberts. Also survived by one brother William J., Jr., two sisters Christine and Meaghan Roberts, his paternal grandmother Annie Roberts and maternal grandmother Margaret Henry.

Relatives and friends are invited to Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday 9 AM at St. Mary Church, Carroll Ave. and Main St., Williamstown, where friends may call Wednesday evening after 6 PM and Thursday after 8 AM. Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Williamstown. Contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1044 Mantua Pike, Deptford, NJ 08096. Arrangements by JOHN H. NORTON FUNERAL HOME, Williamstown.



Suddenly on Sept. 6, 1999, of Haddonfield, NJ. Age 54 years.

Beloved husband of Donna J. (nee Reagan). Devoted father of Michael M. of Haddonfield, Matthew D. of Haddonfield, Kelly F. and Casey F. both at home.

Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral Saturday at 8 AM from the JOHN A. HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 9 White Horse Pike (at Kings Hwy), Haddon Heights. Religious Services 11 AM at the funeral home. Interment Locustwood Mem. Park, Cherry Hill. Family requests donations to Eastern Educational Foundation, P.O. Box 2500, Voorhees, NJ 08043.



Of Pittsgrove, NJ and Palm Harbor, FL, suddenly on January 28, 1999, age 72 yrs.

Beloved husband of Anna B. "Nancy" (nee Choimer). Devoted father of Stan L. Boody and Cindy R. Bishop. Dear brother of Doris Carter. Dear brother-in-law of William & Rene McKegney. Loving grandfather of 5 and great grandfather of 3.

A graduate of Woodbury High School, where he wrestled and played both baseball and football, Mr. Boody's athletic career was interrupted when Pearl Harbor was attacked and he joined the Marines. A veteran of World War II in Saipan and Iwo Jima, Boody played semi-pro baseball when he returned and was offered a tryout by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Family obligations forced him to decline the offer. Soon, he found himself drawn to coaching and was instrumental in the founding of the Deptford midget football and girls' softball programs. He submitted accounts of the games to the Woodbury Times and was eventually hired as assistant sports editor. He became sports editor in 1969 and has received numerous awards and honors in his 30 years as a writer. He was recognized by the Tri-County Midget Football coaches for outstanding service in 1969 and by Deptford Township with its Outstanding Citizen Award. He also won a New Jersey Press Association Award in 1973. Boody has received appreciation awards from the Philadelphia Flyers and the Philadelphia Eagles. In 1990, he was inducted into the Gloucester County Sports Hall of Fame.

Viewing Monday 6:30-9:00 PM and on Tuesday from 10 AM in the McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St., Woodbury, NJ, where services will follow at 11 AM. Interment Woodbury Memorial Park, West Deptford, NJ. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions may be made to the Phila. Sportswriter's Scholarship Fund, attn: Larry Litwin, 115 Kilburn Dr., Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.




On October 17, 1998, of Deptford. Age 16.

Beloved son of Michael and Deborah A. (nee Santaniello). Loving brother of Michael and Marisa. Dear grandson of Lena DiDio, and Carmen and Felicia Santaniello.

Mark was a student at Gloucester Catholic High School and a member of their football team, and a member of the Deptford Little League.

Family and friends may call Tuesday evening from 7 PM to 9 PM and Wednesday morning from 8:15 AM to 9:15 AM at Gardner Funeral Home, 126 S. Black Horse Pike, Runnemede. Funeral Mass 10 AM, St. John Vianney RC Church, Blackwood Terrace. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. The family requests in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the Mark J. DiDio Scholarship Fund c/o G.C.H.S. Alumni Association, P.O. Box 596, Gloucester City, NJ 08030.



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