Miscellaneous Atlantic County, New Jersey Obituaries - 2000

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Linda L. Boyle
Linda L. (nee Brown) Boyle, 51, of Blue Anchor, died Thursday, March 9, in Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia.
Born in Ebensburg, Pa., Boyle lived in this area for 40 years. She was a secretarial assistant II at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital.
Surviving her are: her husband, Wade A. Boyle; one daughter, Michelle Boyle-Scarelli, of Bordentown; one son, Brian Boyle, of Winslow, NJ; and her granddaughter, Alyssa Michelle Boyle.
Relatives and friends attended services on Monday, March 13, at the Carnesale Funeral Home in Hammonton.
Burial followed at the Winslow Methodist Cemetery.
The family requests donations for Breast Cancer Research, c/o American Cancer Society, 626 N. Shore Rd., Absecon, NJ 08201.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Sister Antoinette Argenti
Sister Antoinette Argenti, 87, former vice principal of St. Joseph High School from 1961 to 1973, died Tuesday, March 21, at the Villa Walsh Infirmary in Morristown.
Born in Trenton, Argenti entered the Institute of the Religious Teachers Filippini in 1926. She received the habit in 1929 and made her profession in 1932. Argenti earned a bachelor degree in history at the College of St. Elizabeth and did post graduate work in guidance and administration at Catholic University in Washington, DC. Argenti’s religious life spanned 70 years. She was missioned as a teacher in the following schools: St. James, Trenton; Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, Garfield; St. Anthony, Hartford, Conn.; Most Holy Rosary, Perth Amboy; Holy Redeemer, Cleveland, Ohio; St. Anthony, Bristol, Conn.; Sacred Heart, Clifton; and Villa Walsh Academy. She served at St. Joseph High School in Hammonton in its early years and returned as vice principal from 1961 to 1973. She also taught Latin and Italian. Appreciated by students and faculty alike, Argenti was a diligent, conscientious teacher and administrator whose often serious demeanor covered a warm, understanding heart. She took a personal interest in students and in people whom she met. She retired from teaching in 1995 and entered the Villa Walsh Infirmary shortly after.
Argenti was predeceased by two brothers, Gino and Armando.
Surviving her are: her sister-in-law, Lee Argenti, of Fla.; and her nephew, Gino Argenti, of Mercerville; and several grandnephews, grandnieces and cousins.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, March 24, at the St. Lucy Chapel at Villa Walsh in Morristown. Internment followed at the Villa Walsh Cemetery.

James Perna
James Perna, 88, of Hammonton, husband of the late Angelina (Moffa), died Friday, March 24, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Rosedale, Perna was an area resident all his life. He was a retired machine operator and worked at Wm. B. Kessler Clothing Mfg. for more than 40 years. 
Surviving him are: two sons, Vincent J. Perna, of Hammonton, and Ronald J. Perna, of Cape May; five brothers, Michael Perna, of Hammonton, Dominic Perna, of Hammonton, Clarence Perna, of Hammonton, Thomas Perna, of Rosedale, and Gusto Perna, of Hialeah, Fla.; one sister, Margaret Rendina, of Tampa, Fla.; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, March 28, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Oak Grove Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Arthur Celi
Arthur Celi, 82, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, March 22, at his residence. 
Born in Hammonton, Celi was a lifelong resident. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Farm Bureau of America for 40 years. 
Surviving him are: his wife, Rose (LaManna); two sisters, Janet LaFleur, of Hammonton, and Angie Ruggero, of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, March 25, at St. Martin de Porres Church. Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to the Sunshine Foundation, PO Box 164, Hammonton, NJ 08037; the Foundation of W. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital, PO Box 437, Hammonton, NJ 08037; or the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

James J. D’Angelillio
James J. D’Angelillio, 81, of Stratford, died Sunday, February 27.
Born in Philadelphia, D’Angelillio was a retired personel director for the federal government, working in Philadelphia for 32 years. He was a deacon at St. Luke’s Church in Stratford and a member of the First Deaconate in the Diocese of Camden, a member of the Marriage Tribunal and a Fourth-Degree Knight of Bishop J. Eustace Knights of Columbus. D’Angelillio served in WWII in the European Theater, and was discharged from active duty in 1946, retiring from the U.S. Army Reserve as a Major.
Surviving him are: two daughters, Nancy R. Strange, of Wenonah, NJ, and Suzan E. D’Angelillio, of Westmont, NJ; his son, Joseph J. D’Angelillio, of Middletown, NJ; a sister, Rita Neil, of Hammonton; and three grandchildren. 
Reltaives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, March 1 at St. Luke’s Church in Stratford. Internment followed at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
The family requests that donations be made to the St. Luke Building Fund, c/o St. Luke RC Church, 55 Warwick Road, Stratford, NJ 08084.
Arrangements were made by the Eugene J. Zale Funeral Home.

James C. Sweeney
James C. Sweeney, 63, of Hammonton, died suddenly on Wednesday, March 29, at his residence. Born in Merchantville, Sweeney was an area resident all his life. He retired in 1999 as a security guard for Caesars Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. He was a graduate of Hammonton High School Class of 1954, and served in the US Navy after graduation. 
Surviving him are: his wife, Mary E. (Mahon); one son, Arthur J. Sweeney, of Hammonton; two daughters, Kathleen Sweeney, of Maple Shade, and Mary Vaccarella, of Hammonton; one sister, Carol A. Sweeney, of Hammonton; and two grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, April 1, at St. Martin de Porres Church. Internment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery .
Donations may be made to the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037, or the Foundation of Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital, PO Box 437, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Luis F. Rivera
Luis F. Rivera, 47, of Lindenwold, formerly of Hammonton, died on Saturday, April 1, at home. 
Born in Puerto Rico, Rivera lived in the area for 26 years. Rivera retired from the Town of Hammonton’s Highway Dept. after working there for 19 years.
Surviving him are: his wife, Mary Brown, of Lindenwold, his mother, Tomasa Amara, of Puerto Rico; his children, James Brown, of Lindenwold, Angie Brown, of Lindenwold, Shawnda Brown, of Lindenwold, and Tanya Brown, of Lindenwold; three brothers, Wilfredo Rivera, of Lindenwold, Filippi Rivera, of Puerto Rico, and Sammy Rivera, of Puerto Rico; one sister, Ruthie Rivera, of Puerto Rico; and 7 grandchildren.
Services will be held this evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Carnesale Funeral Home, 202 S. Third St. in Hammonton, where relatives and friends may call after 6 p.m.
Burial will follow in Puerto Rico.

Steven D. Nilson
Steven D. Nilson, 29, of Hammonton, died Saturday, April 1, in Atco.
Born in Stratford, Nilson was a lifelong resident. He was a self-employed painter.
Surviving him are: his father, Paul A. Nilson Sr., of Hammonton; his step-mother, Celeste Nilson, of Hammonton; his mother, Patricia Smith, of Chesilhurst; his paternal grandmother, Virginia Nilson, of Hammonton; two brothers, Paul A. Nilson Jr., of Millville, and Brian Nilson, of Hammonton; three sisters, Patricia Nilson, of Boston, Jennifer Nilson, of Hammonton, and Megan Nilson, of Hammonton.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, April 7, at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hammonton. Burial will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call Thursday evening April 6 after 7 p.m. and again on Friday after 8 a.m. at the Carnesale Funeral Home, 202 S. Third St. in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Angelina R. DeMarco
Angelina R. DeMarco (DeFrancisco), 88, formerly of Atlantic City and more recently of Greenbriar Nursing Home in Hammonton, died Saturday, April 15, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, DeMarco lived in Atlantic City for 30 years, where she operated DeMarco’s Market in Chelsea Heights along with her husband Albert, until her retirement in 1970. She was an active member of Our Lady Star of the Sea Rosary Society and was involved in many volunteer organizations in Atlantic City.
DeMarco was the wife of the late Albert DeMarco.
Surviving her are: one son, Edward DeMarco and his wife Barbara, of Ocean City; a daughter, Susan and her husband Raymond Notaro, of Berlin; four sisters, Rose Brown, of Hammonton, Jeanette DeFrancisco, of Hammonton, Rita DeFrancisco, of Hammonton, and Helen Gifford-Couture, of Fairfield, Calif.; three loving granddaughters, Noelle Notaro Noyes, of Moorestown, NJ, Regina Griffith, of Egg Harbor Twp., and Aimee DeMarco, of Orlando, Fla.; one grandson, Dan Daughenbaugh, of Ocean City; and two great-granddaughters.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, April 18, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton.Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.
Donations may be made to: Greenbriar Nursing Center Activity Department, 43 N. White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Felix L.Alvarado
Felix L Alvarado, 41, of Hammonton, died Friday, April 14, in Atlantic City Medical Center.
Born in Hammonton, Alvarado was a lifelong resident. Alvarado was a carpenter.
Surviving him are: his wife, Janet (nee Petkevis) Alvarado, of Hammonton; his son, Mark Alvarado, of Berlin; his mother, Maria Alvarado, of Hammonton; his father, Luis Alvarado, of Hammonton; three brothers, Edwin Alvarado, of Williamstown, Elvin Alvarado, of Atlantic City, and Paul Alvarado, of Pine Hill; two sisters, Marisol Alvarado, of Hammonton, and Annette Alvarado, of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, April 17, at St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Joseph S. Pino
Joseph S. Pino, 64, of Hammonton, died Friday, April 14, at Atlantic City Medical Center.
Born in Hammonton, Pino was a lifelong resident. Pino was a retired forklift driver for Whitehall Labs in Hammonton. He served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1957. He graduated from Hammonton High School Class of 1954 where he played three sports. He also coached Hammonton Hawks Football and Little League Baseball. He was a member of the Hammonton Social Club.
Surviving him are: his wife Agatha Ida (Merlino); one son, Joseph S. Pino Jr. and his wife Debra, of Hammonton; his daughter, Cheryl and her husband Domenic Lo Sasso; his brother, Casper Pino; two sisters, Mary Domenico and Rose Cannizzo; and two granddaughters, Rachele and Jenna Pino, of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, April 18, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton. Entombment followed at Greenmount Cemetery.
Donations may be made to: St. Joseph’s Church, Third and French Streets, Hammonton, NJ 08037 or Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Salvatore “Sam” Angello
Salvatore “Sam” Angello, 82, of Hammonton, died Monday, April 10, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton. 
Born in Carbondale, Pa., Angello was a longtime resident of the Hammonton area. Before his retirement Angello worked as a service technician for Suburban Propane in Hammonton, and also worked as a cook for Columbia Catering in Hammonton. Angello was an Army veteran of WWII. He was a member of St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in Hammonton, and its Holy Name Society. He did volunteer work and frequently cooked at church functions. Angello was also a member of the St. John the Baptist Society, Knights of Columbus Pallotti Council No. 3471, both in Hammonton. He was an honorary member of the Hammonton Rescue Squad, and was a former member of the Loyal Order of the Moose in Hammonton.
Angello was predeceased by his wife, Caroline “Dolly” Angello.
Surviving him are: one son and daughter-in-law, Samuel A. Jr. and Patrizia Angello, of Hammonton; two daughters and sons-in-law, Carolyn and Dennis Santora, of Hammonton, and Victoria and Fred Gottschling, of Bensalem, Pa.; one brother, Angelo Angello, of Linwood; one sister, Mary Masi, of Hammonton; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian burial on Thursday, April 13, at St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hammonton. Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Marian D. Jones
Marian D. Jones, 88, of Collings Lakes, died Sunday, April 2, at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Hammonton.
Surviving her are: her son, Joseph R. Jones, of Hammonton; and two grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended graveside services on Thursday, April 6.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home. 

Mary Caracciolo (Falco)
Mary Caracciolo (Falco), 73, of Waterford, died Friday, April 21, at her residence. Born in Waterford, Caracciolo was a lifelong resident. She worked at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital in food service until her retirement in 1993. 
Surviving her are: her husband, Joseph P.; two sons, Joseph Caracciolo Jr. and his wife Kathy, of Leesburg, Fla., and Robert Caracciolo and his wife Marita, of Hammonton; three daughters, Loretta Bartolone and her husband Frank, of Hammonton, Joan Granato and her husband Sam, of Waterford, and Karen Vaccarello and her husband Gary, of Berlin; two sisters, Rose Giglio, of Bellmawr, and Josephine Bartolone, of Hammonton; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, April 25, at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Waterford.
Internment followed at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Berlin.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Helen R. Darpino (nee Lemons)
Helen R. Darpino (nee Lemons), 72, of Hammonton, passed away on Friday, April 21, 2000, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Winslow, Darpino was a resident of Hammonton most of her life. She was a seamstress and retired in 1993 and was last employed by The Bells Sportswear Inc. of Hammonton. She was a former member of the International Garment Workers Union. Darpino participated in many fund-raising events for the benefit of the Deborah Hearth and Lung Center in Browns Mills, NJ. She also enjoyed playing bingo at several locations.
Darpino was the wife of the late Jerry Darpino. 
Surviving her are: two daughters, JoAnn Hurdle, of Jupiter, Fla., and Geraldine Haws, of Hammonton; one brother, Anthony Lemons Jr., of Hammonton; three sisters, Rose Roby, of Hammonton, Mary Paine, of Elmtowne, and Delores McKluskey, of Lindenwold; two grandchildren, Dina Lee Darpino and Harry Haws, and three great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services today at 10 a.m. at the Landolfi Funeral Home at 237 Bellevue Ave. in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton. 
Arrangements were made by the Landolfi Funeral Home. 

Anthony T. DeNardo Jr.
Anthony T. DeNardo Jr., 58, of Clearwater, Fla., died Wednesday, April 5, at his residence. 
Born in Hammonton, DeNardo lived in Clearwater for 10 years. He retired from IBM after 30 years, and established Training Network Inc. in Clearwater. He was also an author, developer and trainer for Internet Communications.
DeNardo was the son of the late Anthony T. Sr. and Filomena (Salvatore) DeNardo, and brother of the late Theresa Brady.
Surviving him are: his wife, Loretta (Del Vecchio); two sons, Andrew R. DeNardo, of Champaign, Ill., and Anthony T. III, of Ft. Collins, Colo.; one brother, Michael DeNardo, of Blue Anchor; four sisters, Virginia Mora, of Cherry Hill, Natalie Ware, of Atco, Josephine DeNardo, of Roslyn, NJ, and Sr. Antoinette DeNardo, MPF, of Newark; and two grandchildren, Anthony Benjamin & Haille.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, April 10, at St. Lucy’s Church in Blue Anchor.
Internment followed at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Berlin.
Donations may be made to the Hospice of the Florida Suncoast “Yellow Team”, 300 East Bay Drive, Largo, FL 34640. 
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Nicholas Pajic
Nicholas F. Pajic, 73, of Berlin, departed this life on Tuesday, April 4, at West Jersey Hospital in Berlin. Born in Janvier, NJ, Pajic was an area resident all his life. He was a meat cutter for Food Fair in Glassboro until his retirement in 1974. He was a past president of Newfield Kiwanis, a past officer of the Winslow Township Police, and an exempt member of the Cedarbrook Fire Dept. He was a retired partner along with John Caselli in numerous businesses including Buena Vista Camping Park, Newfield Realty, C & P Realty and Newfield Cold Cuts. He was a veteran of the US Army and served during WWII. He was a devoted member of the St. John Neumann Church in Sicklerville.
Surviving him are: his loving wife of 51 years, Margaret (Spreitzer); his son, Joseph M. Pajic and his wife Kathleen, of Richmond, Va.; two daughters, Kathleen and her husband Michael Kelly Sr., of Cedarbrook, and Carole DiDonato, of Vineland; one brother, Thomas Pajic and his wife Arlene, of Cherry Hill; four sisters, Anna and her husband Gerald Heggart, of Leighton, Pa., Laura and her husband Sol Garber, of Albany, Geo., Joyce and her husband Sam Bombaro, of Waterford, and Barbara and her husband John Panarello, of Hammonton; his sisters-in-law, Anna Marie Calascione and Connie Fagele, 10 grandchildren, Michael Jr. and Nicholle Kelly, Jeanette Walden, Katie, Nicholas and Elisabeth Pajic, Mark Jr., Ryan, Joseph and Nicholas DiDonato; numerous nieces and nephews; and very special friends Anita Taylor, John Caselli, and Donald and Marie Cassario.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, April 8, at the St. John Neumann Church in Sicklerville.
Internment followed at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Berlin.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.


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