Miscellaneous Atlantic County, New Jersey Obituaries - 1999

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Jerry Vitalo
Jerry C. Vitalo Sr., 73, of Hammonton, died Saturday, October 16, in Cape Coral Hospital in Cape Coral, Fla. 
Vitalo was a retired independent insurance agent, and was the former owner of Sure Insurance. He was a Past Commander of the F.A. Funston Post #186 of the American Legion in Hammonton, and was past president of the Atlantic County Independent Insurance Agents of New Jersey. He started the Drum and Bugle Corps at St. Joseph’s High School, where he was a music teacher, and was second in his class at the Julliard School of Music in New York. Vitalo was a former court clerk in Hammonton and he originated the Kingsman Band.
Surviving him are: two sons, Jerry C. Vitalo Jr., of Hammonton, and Jeffrey C. Vitalo, of Hammonton; one daughter, JoAnn Crane, of Cape Coral, Fla.; one brother, Daniel Vitalo, of Folsom; and seven grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 9:30 a.m. at St. Joseph’s R.C. Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Marie S. Zeitler
Marie S. Zeitler, 63, of Hammonton, died Monday, October 18 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, Zeitler was a lifelong resident. She retired in 1997 and was employed in the office of the Hershey Ice Cream Co. of Hammonton after 23 years. She was an active member of the St. Anthony of Padua Church in Hammonton and an honorary member of the Hammonton Rescue Squad. She was a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Hammonton.
Surviving her are: her husband, Randy; three daughters, Victoria Titone, of Burlington, NJ, Denise Carlson, of Mays Landing, and Dona M. Burke, of Hammonton; one brother, Sonny Pace, of Mays Landing; and six grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a funeral liturgy mass on Friday, October 22 at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
The family requests memorial donations be made to St. Anthony of Padua Church, Rt. 206, Hammonton, NJ 08037 or the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Landolfi Funeral Home.

Patricia A. Capozza
Patricia A. Capozza, 51, of Hammonton, died on Wednesday, October 20 at her residence.
Born in Camden, she was a resident of Hammonton all her life. Capozza was a graduate of Hammonton High School Class of 1967. She was employed as a telemarketer at the Thermo-Guard Inc. of Elm.
Surviving her are her parents, Anthony and Anne Capozza; a sister, Rose Marie Scheeler and husband John and their daughter Jackie, of Mays Landing.
Relatives and friends attended a Funeral Liturgy Mass on Saturday, October 23 at St. Martin de Porres Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by Landolfi Funeral Home.

Jerome T. Mazza
Jerome T. Mazza, 36, of Absecon, died Saturday, November 13 at his residence.
Born in Vineland, Mazza lived in Hammonton before moving to Absecon two years ago. Mazza was formerly employed as a shipping clerk for the Garvey Corporation in Blue Anchor. He was a former member of the US Army National Guard.
Surviving him are: his wife, Roma; one son, Shawn; his mother, Mary Jane Mazza, of Hammonton; one brother, Joseph H. Mazza, of Hammonton; and one sister, Janine Riggins, of Atlantic City.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 11 a.m. at St. Martin de Porres Church in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

John A. Tomasello Sr.
John A. Tomasello Sr. (Rags), 76, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, November 17 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden.
Born in Hammonton, Tomasello was a lifelong resident. He was a retired truck driver for Thomas Vaccaro Trucking Co. of Hammonton for more than 27 years. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
Surviving him are: his wife Helen (nee Romeo); two sons, John Tomasello Jr., of Hammonton, and Albert Tomasello, of Hammonton; three daughters, Carol Tomasello, of Hammonton, Barbara Augustine, of Baker, Fla., and Mary Lou Spiduro, of Folsom; one brother, Anthony Tomasello, of Millville; one sister, Mary Spadaro, of New Brunswick; eleven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services on Saturday, November 20 at the Marinella Funeral Home in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to Greenbriar Nursing Center, 43 N. White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037 or the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Valerie A. Taylor
Valerie A. Taylor, 20, of Hammonton, died Monday, November 22 at Elmer Hospital in Elmer, NJ.
Born in Vineland, Taylor lived in Hammonton most of her life. Taylor was a teller at Commerce Bank of Atco. She was a 1997 graduate of Hammonton High School and during her early education she attended St. Mary’s School in Williamstown and Folsom Elementary. She was a Color Guard at Hammonton High and also a former Girl Scout
Surviving her are: her parents, John and Nancy (Migliaccio) Taylor; her father John and stepmother JoAnn Starn, of Millville; her brother, Michael Taylor, of Hammonton; her fiancee David Fedga, of Hammonton; her sister Jennifer Starn, of Millville; her brother, John Starn, of Millville; paternal grandparents Boardman and Ethel Taylor, of Cape May Courthouse; and her paternal grandfather, Edwin R. Starn Jr.
She was predeceased by her maternal grandparents Nancy and Sam Migliaccio and Elizabeth Annello-Starn-Crescenzo.
She touched so many lives and will be missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and her cockitiel Sunshine.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, November 26 at 11 a.m. at St. Martin de Porres Church on S. Egg Harbor Rd. in Hammonton. Friends may call Friday after 9 a.m. at the Marinella Funeral Home at 102 N. Third St. in Hammonton. 
Burial will follow at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
The family requests donations to the Valerie Taylor Memorial Fund, PO Box 908, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Josephine Sasso
Josephine Sasso, 90, of Hammonton, and formerly of Boston, Mass., died Thursday, November 18 at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Hammonton.
Born in Boston, Mass., Sasso lived in Hammonton for the past two years. Sasso was a supervisor for A. Rivitz & Co., in Boston and she belonged to the St. Lucy’s Society in Boston.
Surviving her are: her daughter, Reverend Rose Maria Sasso-Crandall and her husband Reverend Charles Sasso-Crandall of Hammonton; two granddaughters, Cara Crandall, of Boston; and Collette Crandall, of Los Angeles, Calif.; one great-grandson, Andrew Crandall, of Boston; one brother, Alfred Palladino, of Saugus, Mass.; her niece, Jean Bates, of Stoneham, Mass.; her godchild, Joanne Bates, of Stoneham, Mass.; and her extended family at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services on Friday, November 19 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Hammonton.
Burial was be in Boston on Monday, November 22.
The family requests donations to St. James Episcopal Church, N. Commerce and Jefferson Sts., Paulsboro, NJ 08066 or to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 206 Central Ave., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

William H. Salvia
William H. Salvia, 79, of Folsom, died Monday, November 22 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Phila., Pa., Salvia lived in Folsom for 45 years. Salvia was a retired businessman and he owned and operated Salvia Grocery Store in Collings Lakes. He was a former member of the Folsom Planning Board, and was recently honored for being their first chairman. He was also a member of the American Legion Post 186 of Hammonton. Salvia was the husband of the late Marie Salvia.
Surviving him are: two sons, Albert Salvia, of Folsom, and Anthony Salvia, of Berlin; one daughter, Donna Sutts, of Folsom; two brothers, Joseph Salvia, of Turnersville, and John Salvia, of Southampton, Pa.; one sister, Angelina Pernisi, of Phila., Pa.; two sisters-in-law, Marie Silvia, of Warminster, Pa., and Eileen Lanzetta, of Phila, Pa.; five grandchildren, William Salvia, Trisia Salvia, Chris Salvia, Stacey Sutts and Michael Sutts; seven step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. 
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 10 a.m. at St. Anthony of Padua R.C. Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Cheltenham, Pa.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

John Anthony Mafodda
John Anthony Mafodda Sr., 61, of Broad Run, Va., and formerly of Hammonton, died Friday, November 19 in Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Born in Phila., Pa., Mafodda lived in Hammonton from 1960 to 1980 before moving to Virginia. He was a regional director of sales for Timeplex Federal Systems Inc. in Fairfax, Va. Mafodda graduated from West Catholic High School for boys class of 1956. He served in the United States Air Force from 1956 to 1960. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and immediate past Grand Knight of Father Herman J. Veger Council #5561 of Warrenton, Va.
Surviving him are: his wife, Janet Ann; two sons, John Anthony Mafodda Jr. and his wife Jeanne Marie, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Michael William Mafodda, of Broad Run, Va.; his daughter, Heather Ann Mafodda, of Broomall, Pa.; his sister, Dolores LoSasso, of Berwyn, Pa.; and he was the loving grandfather of Anna Marie and Anthony Michael Mafodda, both of Phoenix, Ariz.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, November 27 at St. Joseph Church in Hammonton. Burial followed at Oak Grove Cemetery in Hammonton.
In lieu of flowers and gifts, donations may be made to St. John’s Fund of Knights of Columbus Council #5561 c/o John Knight, 5861 Williams Drive, Warrenton, Va. 20187.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Linda M. Damringer
Linda M. Daminger, 99, of Hammonton, died Friday, November 26 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Clayton, Daminger lived in this area for 85 years. Daminger was a self-employed practical nurse.
Surviving her are: six daughters, Evelyn Mae Boyko, of Lindenwold; Esther Weber, of Elwood, Joan Fiddler, of Chula Vista, Ca., Jean Akin, of Katy, Texas, Lois Mascio, ob Berlin, and Linda McDondald, of Hammonton; one sister, Esther Taylor, of Palmyra, Pa.; nine grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended services on Tuesday, November 30 at the Carnesale Funeral Home in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
The family requests donations to the Mullica Twp. Rescue Squad, Rt. 30 and Union Rd., Elwood, NJ 08217.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Edward Franklin Kirkwood
Edward Franklin Kirkwood, 92, of the Elm section of Winslow Twp., died Tuesday, November 23 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Baltimore, Md., Kirkwood was a resident of Elm since 1988. Kirkwood was a self-employed rigger and heavy equipment mover in the Baltimore area. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran enlisting originally in 1924. He then re-enlisted and was a U.S. Navy Veteran of WW II, serving in the South Pacific Theater of War.
Surviving him are: three daughters, Lillian Ruark, of Sun City, Fla., Margaret Toscano, of Sun City, Fla., and Diana Knapp and her husband Joseph, of Sweetwater; one son, George Hoffman, of York, Pa.; one sister, Dorothy Johnson, of Arizona; his companion, Estella Wagonseller, of Elm; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friend attended funeral services on Friday, November 26 at the Landolfi Funeral Home in Hammonton.
A private internment followed at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements were made by the Landolfi Funeral Home.

Stanley Brosko
Stanley Brosko, 66, of Collings Lakes, died Thursday, November 25 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Philadelphia, Brosko was a resident of Collings Lakes for 39 years. Brosko recently retired from Globe Dye Works in Philadelphia after 29 years of employment there. 
Surviving him are: his wife, Marion T. Brosko (nee Souder); two daughters and sons-in-law, Theresa and Joseph Kelly, of Collings Lakes, and Marion Brosko and Alex Camacho, of Collings Lakes; one son and daughter-in-law, Stanley J. and Tina Brosko, of Sebastian, Fla.; two brothers, Edmund Brosko, of Philadelphia, and Eugene Brosko, of Collings Lakes; one sister, Stella Pierce, of Marlton; and 4 grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, November 29 at Our Lady of the Lakes R.C. Church in Collings Lakes.
Internment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to Our Lady of the Lakes R.C. Church, 19 Malaga Rd., Collings Lakes, NJ 08094, or the Collings Lakes Volunteer Ambulance, 209 W. Beach Rd., Collings Lakes, NJ 08094.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Samuel F. Perone
Samuel F. Perone Jr., 60, of Hammonton, died Saturday, December 4 at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, Perone was a lifelong resident here. Perone was a CIE coordinator and employed by the Camden County Vocational Technical Schools, Pennsauken Campus. He was a graduate of Hammonton High School, class of 1957, and a graduate of Glassboro State College where he received his B.A. in education and an Industrial Arts Certification. He received his M.A. in educational administration from Rider University. He was a member of the Hammonton Lions Club, past president of CIE Coordinators of South Jersey and past president of Vocational Educational Assoc. of NJ. He was a member of the Burlington County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. He was a member of St. Isadore the Farmer of Vineland. He was also a member of the National Guard, where he served for 11 years. 
Surviving him are: three sons, Samuel Perone, of Hammonton, Curt Perone, of Hammonton, and Bryan Perone, of Hammonton; and one brother, John Perone, of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, December 9, at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Church on North Third Street in Hammonton. Viewing is Wednesday, December 8, evening after 6:30 p.m. and Thursday after 9:30 a.m. at the Marinella Funeral Home at 102 North Third Street in Hammonton.
Burial will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to the Burlington County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited c/o John Mardone, 216 Park Ave., Evesham, NJ 08053.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Carmela “Mildred” Carina
Carmela “Mildred” Carina, 86, of Hammonton, died Friday, December 3 at home.
Born in New York City, Carina lived in Hammonton for 84 years. Carina was a retired sewing machine operator for Aggressive Coat Co. of Hammonton. She belonged to the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, the Catholic Daughters of America and she was a past president of the Women’s Auxiliary of the VFW in Hammonton. 
Surviving her are: two daughters, Kathleen G. Silipena, of Hammonton, and Phyllis Ruberton, of Hammonton.; one son, John Streich, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; one brother, Herbert Martucci, of Merchantville, NJ; four grandchildren, Renee Salvatore, Sheri J. Ruberton, Tony Streich and Joe Allen Streich; and five great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 9:30 a.m. at St. Martin de Porres R.C. Church in Hammonton. 
Burial followed at Holy Sepulchera Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to St. Martin de Porres R.C. Church, 129 Park Ave., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

John F. (Farmer) Neil
John F. (Farmer) Neil, 86, of Nesco, died Monday, December 6, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, Neil was a lifelong area resident. Neil was self-employed farmer, and during WWII he was a carpenter for the WPA. He also worked as a carpenter for the State of New Jersey, restoring homes in Batsto. Neil was a District Warden for the New Jersey Forest Fire Service his entire adult life and he was a volunteer fireman for the Nesco Volunteer Fire Co. He was an avid hunter and he belonged to the Nesco Sportsman Gunning Club.
Surviving him are: his son, Gordon S. Neil, and his wife Bessie, of Hammonton; two daughters, Sandra Santora, of Hammonton, and Patricia Sbarra and her husband Charles, of Hammonton; one sister, Catherine Neil Roselle, of Hammonton; nine grandchildren, Kathy Neil, Tom Neil and Kim, Tracey Neil and Joane, Patti Chiofalo and Dan, Kelly Brown and Joe, Deanne DeMarco and Brian; 17 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services on Friday, December 10, at the Carnesale Funeral Home. Burial followed at Pleasant Mills Cemetery.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Kathleen H. Augustine
Kathleen H. Augustine (nee Rodio), 51, of Altamonte Springs, Fla., died Tuesday, December 7, at Florida Hospital in Altamonte Springs.
Born in Hammonton, Augustine lived in Florida for four years. Augustine was a secretary for the USA Corp. in Florida. Augustine was a 1966 graduate of Hammonton High School.
Surviving her are: her husband, Henry Augustine Sr., of Altamonte Spring, Fla.; two sons, Domenick DiGiovannangello, of Hammonton, and Vincent DiGiovannangello, of Hammonton; her father, Louis A. Rodio Sr., of Winslow Twp.; one brother, Louis A. Rodio Jr., of Hammonton, two stepchildren, Henry Augustine Jr., of Hammonton, and Natalie Augustine, of Hammonton; and five grandchildren, Vincent III, Ashley, Domenick Jr., Tyler and Cameron.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, December 11, at St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
The family requests donations to: The Hammonton Chapter of Deborah Hospital, c/o Mary Inferrera, 538 Fourth Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangments were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Nancy C. DeMaio
Nancy C. DeMaio (nee Margliano), 70, of Hammonton, died Friday, December 10, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, DeMaio was a lifelong resident. DeMaio was a retired machine operator for Crown Pants Company of Hammonton where she worked for many years.
Surviving her are: her nephew, Robert A. Williams, of Hammonton; two sons, John DeMaio, of Waterford, and Jamie DeMaio, of Woodbine; her brother, Joseph Merlino, of Mays Landing; three sisters, Anna Williams, of Hammonton, Jeanette DeMaio, of Hammonton, and Frances Crea, of Edison, NJ; two grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on December 13, at St. Martin de Porres Church. Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Joan M. Scaltrito
Joan M. Scaltrito, 61, of Hammonton, died on Monday, November 22, at home.
Born in Camden, Scaltrito was a lifelong resident of Hammonton. Scaltrito was the customer service manager at WalMart in Hammonton. She worked previously at the Jamesway Dept. Store in Hammonton.
Scaltrito was predeceased by her son, David Scaltrito.
Surviving her are: her husband, Anthony J. Scaltrito; two daughters, Sharon Scaltrito, of Hammonton, and Karen Ottinger and her husband Chalky, of Vineland; her mother, Rose Pullia, of Hammonton; and one sister, Arlene Blanceh, of Baltimore, Md.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, November 24, at St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hammonton. 
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to Fox Chase Cancer Research (Room C 223), 7701 Burholme Rd., Philadelphia, Pa., 19111.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.


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