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Joseph "Frank" Corson, Mount Ephraim Community Activist, Camden County EMT, Succumbs at the age of 77

Njemt_full_2 Mr. Joseph "Frank" Corson, of Deptford passed away on March 18 at the age of 77. A resident of Mt. Ephraim for 47 years he was very active in the community during that time.

Frank was the originator of the Mt. Ephraim Girls Softball Association and served as president of that group for 14 years. He served as president of MEPRI for over 10 years and was Captain of the Mt. Ephraim Ambulance Squad for over 20 years.

After 30 years with Abbotts Dairies, Frank started a second career as an EMT with Camden County Board of Social Services.

"He and I were good friends" , said Camden City EMT Steve Skipton. "Frank was the type of guy that would give you the shirt off his back and still ask what else do you need."

Beloved husband of Mary M. (nee Ventura). Devoted father of Debra Day (Larry), Patricia Hollen (Jim), Barbara Fedorak (Wayne), Denise Creato (Jeff) and Kirk Corson (Anna). Loving grandfather of Drew, Ryan, Greg, Jim (Jess), Doug, Kelly, Jeffrey, Jessica, Sara and Emily.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the viewing from 6 to 9pm Friday eve and 9 to 10am Saturday morning at Gardner Funeral Home, Runnemede. Funeral Service 10 is Saturday at the funeral home.

Interment Bethel Memorial Park, Pennsauken. Expressions of sympathy may be e-mailed to Condolences@Gardner

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