Miscellaneous Atlantic County, New Jersey Obituaries - 2000

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Theresa Domenico
Theresa (Terri) Domenico (Merlino), 79, of Hammonton, died Sunday, June 4, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, Domenico was a lifelong resident. She was an office supervisor for W. B. Kessler Clothing Mfg. in Hammonton for 27 years until her retirement in 1982. She was also involved with Hickman’s Family Seafood business of Ocean City for many years. She graduated from Hammonton High School Class of 1938 and was a member of the National Honor Society. She was also a member of the Stella Maris Club.
Surviving her are: her husband, John Domenico; one sister, Rose and her husband Charles Ordille, of Hammonton; one niece, Suzanne Oddo; three nephews, Charles and David Ordille and William Domenico.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 10 a.m. at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Rt. 206 in Hammonton. 
Entombment followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to: The Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037, or St. Anthony of Padua Church, Rt. 206, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Millie C. Comunale
Millie C. (nee Colasurdo) Comunale, 103, of Hammonton, died Tuesday, May 30, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Italy, Comunale lived in Hammonton for 98 years. She was a sewing machine operator for Hammonton Park Clothes and a former member of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union. She was also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary Unit 186 of the American Legion F. A. Funston Post in Hammonton.
Comunale was the mother of the late William Comunale and Mildred Speciali.
Surviving her are: her daughter and son-in-law Marie and John Amendolia, of Hammonton; one brother, Rocco Colasurdo, of Hammonton; one sister, Sarah Ruggeri, of California; nine grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, June 3, at St. Martin de Porres RC Church.
Entombment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
The family requests donations to the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Ella M. Stubbe
Ella M. Stubbe (Davis), 69, of Mays Landing, died Sunday, May 28, at home.
Born in Bridgeton, Stubbe moved to Nesco in 1950 where she raised her family and in 1972 moved to Absecon. After retirement, Ella and her husband Bill enjoyed their residents and friends at Deal Island, Md., and Everglades City, Fla.
Surviving her are: her husband, William H. Sr.; her step-mother, Evelyn Davis, of Bridgeton; one son, Wimler H. Stubbe Jr. and his wife Helena, of Sweetwater; one daughter, Beatrice M. and her husband Herbert A. Chalk Jr., of Mays Landing; two brothers, Dale Davis, of Vineland, and Leonard Davis of Tenn.; five grandchildren, Breanne M. and Daniel C. Chalk, of Mays Landing, Renee Norcross, of Sweetwater, Steven Leon Stubbe, of Virginia, Wilmer H. Stubbe III and his wife Stacy, of Virginia; and great-grandchildren Jacqueline and Samantha Stubbe, of Virginia, and Dylan Keller of Egg Harbor.
Services were held at the convenience of the family.
Internment was at St. James Lutheran Cemetery in Folsom.
Donations may be made to the National Cancer Research Center, 700 13th St., NW, Suite 950, Washington, DC 20060-2046 or Coastal Hospice, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, MD 21802.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Anthony DeCicco
Anthony DeCicco, 89, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, June 14, at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Hammonton. 
Born in the Elm section of Winslow Twp, DeCicco was a lifelong resident of this area. In 1976, he retired from John L. Capelli Inc. He was a former member of the Hammonton Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #3571 and the Sons of Italy #1658.
He was the husband of the late Mildred DeCicco (nee Crescenzo).
Surviving him are: his son, Anthony C. DeCicco, of Hammonton; two brothers, Angelo DeCicco, of Margate, and Alfred DeCicco, of Blue Anchor; and he was the loving grandfather of Christine Macrie, Anthony DeCicco, Thomas DeCicco and the great-grandfather of Macie Macrie and Michael Macrie.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, June 16, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton. Burial followed at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the Foundation of Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital, PO Box 437, Hammonton, NJ 08037, or the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.

Donald M. DiBona Jr.
Donald M. DiBona Jr., 25, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, June 14, at Atlantic City Medical Center.
Born in Hammonton, DiBona was a lifelong resident. DiBona was a construction worker for Boro Construction in King of Prussia. 
Surviving him are: his father, Donald M. DiBona Sr., of Hammonton; two sisters, Susan Bertino, of Hammonton, and Kathi Gallagher, of Sweetwater; his fiancee, Cindy Boyer, of Hammonton; two nephews and one niece.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, June 17, at St. Anthony of Padua RC Church. Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery.
The family requests donations to the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Research, 628 N. Shore Rd., Absecon, NJ 08201.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

Mary R. Morsa
Mary R. Morsa (nee Letizo), 87, of Hammonton, died Saturday, June 17, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton. 
Born in Philadelphia, Morsa lived in Hammonton for the past 28 years. She retired in 1961 from aLouis Goldsmith Clothing Co. after 30 years as a seamstress. She loved the casinos and knitting, crocheting and cooking.
Surviving her are: two sons, Louis Morsa, of Hammonton, and John Morsa, of Hammonton; a daughter, Mary Radenz, of Port Charlotte, Fla.; she was the loving grandmother of 13; eight great-grandchildren; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, June 20, at Sacred Heart Church in Cedarbrook. Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.
Donations may be made to: Compassionate Care, 58 Mill St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060.

William Clark
William J. Clark, 93, of Piscataway, NJ, and formerly of Hammonton, died on Saturday, June 17, at the Harborside Woods Edge Nursing Home in Bridgewater, NJ.
Born in Philadelphia, Clark lived in Hammonton before moving to Piscataway in 1962. Clark retired from the American Cyanamide Co. in Findern, NJ after 34 years as a chemist/colorist.
Clark was the husband of the late Mabel (Priestly) Clark. 
Surviving him are: his daughter, Patricia Adams, of Piscataway; two grandsons and five great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services on Tuesday, June 20 at the Landolfi Funeral Home. Internment followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Landolfi Funeral Home.

Sara J. Chillari
Sara J. Chillari (nee Calabrese), 73, of Hammonton, died Friday, June 16, at West Jersey Hospital in Berlin. 
Born in Philadelphia, Chillari lived in Hammonton for the past 32 years. She retired in 1970 as an examiner for Modern Clothing Company in Hammonton.
Surviving her are: her husband, John P; two sons, John Chillari Jr., of Folsom, and Andrew Chillari, of Marlton; two brothers, Arthur Calabrese, of Bridgeton, and Michael Calabrese, of Bridgeton; and she was the loving grandmother of John, Anthony and Andy.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services on Monday, June 19, at the Marinella Funeral Home in Hammonton.Burial will be at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Wilmer H. Stubbe
Wilmer H. Stubbe, 70, husband of the late Ella M. (Davis), of Mays Landing, died Sunday, June 17, at Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point.
Born in Hammonton, Stubbe and his wife moved to Nesco in 1950 where they raised their family, and in 1972 moved to Absecon where they owned and operated the Absecon Boat Yard until Bill’s retirement. After retirement, Ella and Bill enjoyed their residents and friends at Deal Island, Md., and everglades City, Fla. Bill was a lineman and then a troubleman for Atlantic City Electric Company until his retirement in 1985 after 35 years of service. He was an avid sportsman and loved the outdoors. He was also talented in carpentry, masonry and mechanical skills, and he took pleasure in using these talents to help friends and neighbors. Bill’s true love was for boating and fishing, sports he enjoyed all his life.
Surviving him are: one son, Wilmer H. Stubbe Jr. and his wife Helena, of Sweetwater; one daughter, Beatrice M. and her husband Herbert A. Chalk Jr., of Mays Landing; five grandchildren, Breanne M. Chalk, of Mays Landing, Daniel C. Chalk, of Mays Landing, Renee Norcross, of Sweetwater, Steven Leon Stubbe, of Va., Wilmer H. Stubbe III and his wife Stacy, of Va.; and great-grandchildren Jacqueline Stubbe, of Va. and Samantha Stubbe, of Va., and Dylan Keller, of Egg Harbor.
Services were held at the convenience of the family.
Internment followed at St. James Lutheran Cemetery in Folsom.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, a memorial donation be made in Bill’s name to: Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, 123 W. Madison St., Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60602. 
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Raymond H. Cartica
Raymond H. Cartica, 73, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, June 21, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Windber, Pa., Cartica has resided in Hammonton since 1947. He was a master carpenter and craftsman. In 1953 he joined the family business and became co-owner of the Town House Restaurant along with Dan and Rita Benedetto. He volunteered his time and efforts for many successful projects at St. Joseph School.
Surviving him are: his wife, Dorothy (Molinari); three brothers, Gene Cartica, of Hammonton, Bill Cartica, of Hammonton, and Walter Cartica, of Jacksonville, Fla.; his sister, Gladys Rossetti, of Hammonton; and he was the loving uncle of several nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, June 23, at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to St. Anthony of Padua Church, Rt. 206, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

S. Arthur “Duke” Galletta
S. Arthur “Duke” Galletta, 85, of Hammonton, died Monday, July 10, at home.
Born in Hammonton, Galletta was a lifelong resident here. He also had a winter residence in Vero Beach, Fla. Galletta was the co-founder of Atlantic Blueberry Company, the world’s largest cultivated blueberry farm. He was past president and founding member of the North American Blueberry Council. Galletta was also a member of the Atlantic County Board of Agriculture, New Jersey State Farm Bureau, United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, and the New Jersey Blueberry Grower’s Association. He also served on Governor Cahill’s open space commission. Galletta received numerous agricultural awards. The “Duke” blueberry variety was named after him, which is the most widely planted blueberry variety.
Surviving him are: his wife, Susan M. Galletta; two daughters and their husbands, Carol and William Santora, of Hammonton, and Linda and Edward Santora, of Hammonton; one son and his wife, Arthur J. and Anita Galletta, of Hammonton; one brother, William Galletta, of Hammonton; one sister, Esther Fay, of Vero Beach, Fla.; eight grandchildren, Nicholas Coia Jr., Rhonda Coia, Stacey Santora, Kristie Privitera, Brian Santora, Edward Santora, Joyce Galletta and John Galletta; and four great-grandchildren, Tara Coia, Nicholas Coia III, Matthew Parker Jr. and Stephen Privitera.
Funeral services will be held Friday, July 14, at 10 a.m. at the Carnesale Funeral Home at 202 S. Third St. in Hammonton.
Burial will follow at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
A viewing will be held on Thursday, July 13, after 6 p.m., and Friday, July 14, after 9 a.m. at the funeral home.
Donations may be made to the Hammonton First Assembly of God Church, 300 Rt. 206, Hammonton, NJ 08037, or to the Foundation of Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital, 11 S. Third St., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Carnesale Funeral Home.

William H. Cavileer
William M. Cavileer, 83, of Hammonton, died Friday, July 7, at the Medford Leas Retirement Community.
Born in Philadelphia, Cavileer lived in Port Republic and Egg Harbor City before moving to Hammonton in 1945. He worked for Egg Harbor Boat Co. from 1957 to 1980, and retired after 10 years as a security guard from Tri-County Security Company at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton. Her served in the Air Corps during WWII. He was a graduate of Egg Harbor High School and spent two years at Drexel D.I. Tech. He was a former member of the St. Joseph Holy Name Society, a member of the Crusillo and past president of the Parish Council. 
Cavileer was predeceased by his wife, the late Eleanor Nora (Sokoloski).
Surviving him are: his sister-in-law, Florence Cavileer, of Fullerton, Calif.; a niece, Eva Rosa, of Cypres, Calif.; and a nephew, Raymond Cavileer, of Fullerton, Calif.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at St. Joseph’s Church. Burial is at the convenience of the family.
Donations may be made to the Nature Conservancy — The Hurst Pond Fund, PO Box 181, Pottsville, NJ 07979-0181.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Louise Donato
Louise Donato (Valentino), 88, of Hammonton, wife of the late Charles, died Tuesday, July 4, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Hammonton, Donato was an area resident all her life.
Surviving her are: one son, Frank (Pepe) and his wife Josephine, of Hammonton; one daughter, Josephine Donato, of Hammonton; one sister, Jean Picuillo, of Atlantic City; and a grandson, Charles Donato.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, July 8, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Greenmount Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Alexander (Al) DeStefano Sr.
Alexander (Al) DeStefano Sr., 63, of Hammonton, passed away on Saturday, July 22, at Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia.
Born in Hammonton, DeStefano lived in Chatsworth as a child. He moved back to Hammonton and was a resident for the past 50 years. He was a retired truck driver for American B & D of Indian Mills, NJ for 25 years, retiring in 1996. He also worked as a machine presser for 17 years in south Phila. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of Boot Hill Gunning Club. He served with the Hammonton Police Reserve in the 1960s and 70s. He was a former member of the Hammonton Moose Lodge.
DeStefano was predeceased by two brothers, Anthony DeStefano Sr. and Louis DeStefano Sr.
Surviving him are: his wife, Dorothy (Scaffidi); one son, Alex DeStefano Jr., of Hammonton; a daughter, Evelyn DeStefano, of Hammonton; two brothers, Ernest DeStefano, of Hammonton, and Charles DeStefano, of Elm. He was loved by everyone and will be sadly missed.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, July 25, at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

William T. (Winky) Myers
William T. (Winky) Myers, 87, of Oaklyn, died Wednesday, July 19, at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden.
Myers served in the U.S. Navy in WWII as a refrigeration technician. He was also employed at Breyer’s Ice Cream, then moved on to be the successful owner of Myers Refrigeration in Oaklyn. He was an avid model train collector and railroad enthusiast. He enjoyed politics, opera, classical music, cooking, classic movies, and most of all, helping his entire family. He will be deeply missed, never forgotten by all.
Myers was the beloved husband of the late Ruth (nee Avery) of Oaklyn, and father of Bonnie Ciano, of Bellmawr, and the late William A. Myers, of Collings Lakes.
Surviving him are: a brother, Bert Myers, of Taunton Lake, NJ; a sister, Jean Frost, of Riverside, Calif.; a sister-in-law, Jean Huckel, of Cherry Hill; six grandchildren, Kevin Ciano, of Bellmawr, Justin Ciano, of Bellmawr, William A Myers Jr., of Hammonton, Lori Myers, of Linwood, Dawn Fountas, of Collings Lakes, Hope Myers-Ammirato, of Collings Lakes; and five great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Michael, Zachary, Emily and Arden.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services at DuBois in Audubon.
Burial followed at Locustwood Memorial Park in Cherry Hill.

Marlene Condo
Marlene Condo, 23, of Waterford, died Sunday, July 23, at John F. Kennedy Hospital in Washington Twp. after a lengthy illness.
Born in Stratford, Condo was an area resident all her life. She was a graduate of St. Joseph Elementary School, and attended Edgewood Regional High School.
Surviving her are: her parents, Ralph and Marion (Capelli) Condo, of Waterford; one sister, Tina and her husband Michael Kennedy, of Waterford; and her godparents, Louise and Eileen Conte, of Waterford.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, July 27, at 10 a.m. at Assumption Church, 318 Carl Hasselhan Drive in Atco.
Internment will follow at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Viewing is Wednesday, July 26, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. Third St., Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Carmella Presti
Carmella Presti (Spallone), 82, of Hammonton, wife of the late John J. Presti, died Friday, July 21, at Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Philadelphia, Presti was an area resident for more than 50 years. She was a former member of the Altar Rose Society of St. Joseph’s Church.
Surviving her are: one son, Carmen A. and his wife Marie Presti, of Hammonton; one daughter, Diana Presti, of Hammonton; two sisters, Theresa Alessandrine, of Williamstown, and Anna Sasselli, of Phila., Pa.; and two grandchildren, Lauren Marie and Gina Renee Presti.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, July 24, at St. Martin de Porres Church in Hammonton.
Internment followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Louis V. Sulmonetti
Louis V. Sulmonetti, 74, of Hammonton, died Saturday, August 5, at the Wm. B. Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Bound Brook, NJ, Sulmonetti lived in Hammonton since 1951. He graduated from Seton Hall University in 1951. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard during WWII. He retired from Local #137 Racing Assoc. in 1988. He taught at St. Joseph High School and coached boy’s varsity basketball and baseball from 1951 to 1965. He taught at Burlington Twp. High School and was the baseball pitching coach from 1965 to 1969. He taught driver’s education and health at Hammonton High School, coached boys basketball from 1969 to 1973 and was the athletic director from 1977 to 1984. He retired from school teaching at Hammonton High School in 1992 . He was also a retired football official NJFOA Atlantic City Chapter, baseball umpire ACBUA, basketball official IAABO Cum - Cape Chapter. He was past president of the NJFOA Atlantic City Chapter, a Cape Atlantic League representative to SJCABA and awards dinner chairman, a member of the NJ Athletic Directors’ Association, a member of the SJ Coaches’ Association of Boys and Girls Athletics. He was also on the executive committee of the SJ Coaches’ Association, the section committee of the SJ Scholar Athlete Award, and NJSIAA League Mergers Hearing Committee. He was an NJSIAA Baseball Sectional representative, NJSIAA Girls Basketball Sectional Representative.
Surviving him are: his wife, Joanna (Capelli); two daughters, Joanna Lonergan, of Hammonton, and Luanne Sulmonetti, of Hammonton; a brother, Julius Sulmonetti, of New York; a cousin, Adeline Imbriani, of S. Bound Brook; and was the loving grandfather of Daniel, Paul and Thomas.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m., on Thursday, August 10, at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Rt. 206 in Hammonton.
Burial will follow at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Friends may call Wednesday evening after 7 p.m. at the Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. Third St. in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Hom
 
 

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Matthew J. Olive
Matthew J. Olive, 70, of Hammonton, died Sunday, August 6, at Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia after a courageous fight.
Born in Hammonton, Olive was a lifelong resident. He was a retired general superintendent for Buckey Construction Co. in Phila., retiring in 1992. He served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War. He was a member of the Hammonton American Legion F. A. Funston Post #186 and the VFW Post #0126 in Hammonton, as well as the St. John’s Society.
Surviving him are: his wife, Joan (Salerno); a son, Matthew Olive Jr. and his wife Patty, of Folsom; a daughter, Cynthia and her husband Mike Corrado, of Hammonton; a sister, Marie and her husband John Bombara, of Hammonton; five grandchildren, Olivia, Averi, Michael, Amanda and Carly; and his niece, Joyce and her husband Mike Wallis, of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today at 10 a.m. at St. Anthony of Padua Church. Burial followed at Greenmount Cemetery.
Donations may be made to: St. Anthony of Padua Church, Rt. 206, PO Box 1087, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.
 
 

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Carolyn Capeheart
Carolyn Capeheart, 26, of Collings Lakes, died Sunday, July 30, at Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia.
Born in Stratford, Capeheart lived in Collings Lakes most of her life. She worked as a bank teller for Minotola Bank of Hammonton for more than 10 years. She graduated from Buena Regional High School class of 1992. She was the treasurer for Collings Lakes Ladies Auxiliary Fire Dept. Station #23.
Surviving her are: her husband, John C. Capeheart; her parents, Fred and Joanne (Filosa) Guadango, of Collings Lakes; two brothers, Richard Wiltsey, of Stratford, and Fortunato (Freddy) Guadango, of Collings Lakes; a sister, Roxanne Taylor, of Paulsboro; and her maternal grandmother, Lena Filosa, of Cape May.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, August 3, at Our Lady of the Lakes Church on Malaga Rd. in Collings Lakes. 
Burial will follow at the convenience of the family.
Donations may be made to: Kimmel Cancer Research, 925 Chestnut St., Suite 110, Phila., PA 19107.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Margaret Goller (Rodio)
Margaret Goller (Rodio), 77, of Hammonton, died Thursday, August 3, at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Hammonton.
Born in Winslow, Goller was an area resident all her life. She was the manager of Anne’s Dress Shop of Hammonton for more than 25 years. She was an avid bowler.
Goller was the wife of the late Jack Goller.
Surviving her are: her sister, Nicolina and her husband John Cicatiello, of Hammonton; her sister-in-law, Theresa Rodio, of Hammonton; and she was the loving aunt of many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, August 8, at St. Joseph’s Church in Hammonton.
Burial followed at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Hammonton.
Donations may be made to: the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by the Marinella Funeral Home.


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