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Ethel Mae Finnegan, of Audubon
Deborah Mangan, 61, of Haddonfield after a long battle with breast cancer

Anne Kennedy , of National Park, worked at Shipyard during WWII


(nee McGee) of National Park on Feb. 13, 2008. Anne was a loving woman, devoted entirely to her family and brought happiness and strength to all.
Anne lived in the Cramer Hill Section of Camden for many years before moving to National Park 35 years ago. As a young girl, Anne worked for Campbell Soup and personally supported WWII efforts at the NY Shipyard, Camden. Helping her father build their family home years ago was a testament to both her physical and emotional strength she possessed. Her family will miss her quick wit, tender loving care and how much joy she brought into everyone's life.
She is the beloved wife of the late James G., Sr.; devoted mother of James G., Jr. (Nancy L.) and Anne K. Borreggine; loving grandmother of Nicholas (Michele) and Deanna Borreggine and great grandmother of Micaela.
Relatives & friends are invited to attend her viewing Mon. 6:30-9PM and Tues. 8:30-9:15 AM in the McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St., Woodbury. Funeral Mass Tues., 10 AM, St. Matthew RC Church, National Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Convent of Divine Love (Pink Sisters) 2212 Green St., Phila., PA 19130 or to Children's Hosp. Found., PO Box 827790, Phila., PA 19182.
Tributes and memories may be shared at:
'The Lifetime Tribute
Funeral Home'