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June 2008

Gloucester City Adult Summer league Preview for JUNE 30th games

Written by THE TRUTH 6:15 games OH Hara’s ( Purple team) +15 Dog House Pub (Baby Blue) The purple team will be looking for their first win of the year against the Baby Blue team. Baby blue comes off a tough lost last night to the red team. My thoughts are when Kenny “Sauce”Jones gets one of his dunks to drop, the baby blue team will go on a big winning streak.. Purple team sharp shooter Earl”The Pearl”Moore needs to learn that the object of the game is to put the ball in the basketball. I expect the baby blue team... Read more →


Wii Wii-Bad US economy hits the #1 gaming market

http://blog.markmatthews.com My teenager daughter is not a gamer... Was a big Sims fan, but really just into making the buildings with cheat code for unlimited cash... she also put some time into Pirates of Caribean on Xbox 360. I recently dug out the PC game "Nick Racing" with the popular Nick Jr characters. Game is about 8 years old, the resolution is something like 320x200 and when played full screen everything is a blocky mess. But she's been enjoying playing it. Long story short... the game plays EXACTLY like Mario Kart. A classic Nintendo game that was remade and released for... Read more →


DOD ID's Casualities:Spc. Joshua L. Plocica, 20, of Clarksville, Tenn.,Pfc. Bryan M. Thomas, 22, of Lake Charles, La.,

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Spc. Joshua L. Plocica, 20, of Clarksville, Tenn., died June 25 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas. Pfc. Bryan M. Thomas, 22, of Lake Charles, La., died June 23 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered in Salman Pak, Iraq, when his patrol encountered small arms fire during combat operations. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion,... Read more →


Attention Gloucester City Residents: Blue Ridge Mt. Vacation Offer for your child

Hello, My name is Walter Sturmfels I was raised in Gloucester City and some of my family is still living there. One of my fondest memories as a child in Gloucester City was the Atco Lake day. It cost nothing; you were given free soda and a hoagie along with the bus ride. I will never forget the great times we had boarding the buses at the old Dixie bar on Burlington Street. Moonie Ridge paid for the entire trip. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ MORE I now own a small farm in Virginia and would like to invite one... Read more →


Sgt. Dominquesz San Diego, Calif., SPC Taylor Pinetown NC, PFC Yohn Highspire PA

The Department of Defense announced today the death of three soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died June 25 in Mosul, Iraq, from wounds suffered when their vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device on June 24. They were assigned to the 1st Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Hood, Texas. Killed were: Sgt. Alejandro A. Dominguez, 24, of San Diego, Calif. Spc. Joel A. Taylor, 20, of Pinetown, N.C. Pfc. James M. Yohn, 25, of Highspire, Pa. THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Read more →


The Ultimate Sacrifice:Sgt. Ryan Connolly, of Vacaville Calif., Sgt. Strickland of Labelle Fla.

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. Ryan J. Connolly, 24, of Vacaville, Calif., died June 24 in Khogyani, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when his vehicle struck a suspected landmine. He was assigned to the 173rd Special Troops Battalion, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, Bamberg, Germany. Staff Sgt. Christopher D. Strickland, 25, of Labelle, Fla. died June 25, while supporting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, Calif. THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Read more →


Chuckles, submitted by Connie Lynn, This is what marriage is really all about..

He ordered one hamburger, one order of French fries and one drink. The old man unwrapped the plain hamburger and carefully cut it in half. He placed one half in front of his wife. He then carefully counted out the French fries, dividing them into two piles and neatly placed one pile in front of his wife. He took a sip of the drink, his wife took a sip and then set the cup down between them. As he began to ea t his few bites of hamburger, the people around them kept looking over and whispering. You could tell they... Read more →


Francis Stetser, 46, of Bellmawr, member of Church of Christ

STETSER, FRANCIS C. Age 46 of West Deptford, NJ, on Wednesday June 25, 2008. Born in Camden, Frank lived in West Deptford for 4 years and formerly of Bellmawr. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He also loved to golf. Husband of Sandra M. Watermasysk-Stetser, he is also survived by one daughter Amanda (Eric) Grothous of San Diego, CA, one son Francis C. Jr. of Spokane, WS, step father of Scott (Beata) Watermasysk, Mark (Kim) Watermasysk, Keith (Kristen) Matermasysk, Kristi (Tim) Hall, 8 grandchildren, two brothers Joseph Jr. & George Stetser both of Bellmawr, two aunts, Teresa Dyson... Read more →


GILLIGAN, CHARLES JAMES, of Bellmawr, WWII Coast Guard veteran

On June 24, 2008, a resident of Bellmawr for 53 years, formerly of Upper Darby, PA. Age 85. Beloved husband of Julia (nee Sullivan). Devoted father of Honora Burke (Gerald) and Patricia Sohanchak. Grandfather of Edward Toal, Kevin, Kyle and Colin Burke. Great-grandfather of Evan Toal. Brother of Eileen Blankemeyer and the late Sr. Mary Adelaide and Sr. St. Eileen, both Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and John Gilligan. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Mr. Gilligan was a member of Annunciation Church and a former trustee of the parish. He was a member of the... Read more →


DOD ID's Casualities:Lt. Col. Max A. Galeai, Capt. Philip J. Dykeman, Cpl. Marcus W. Preudhomme

The Department of Defense announced today the deaths of three Marines who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. The following Marines died June 26 while supporting combat operations in Al Anbar province, Iraq: Lt. Col. Max A. Galeai, 42, of Pago Pago, American Samoa. Capt. Philip J. Dykeman, 38, of Brockport, N.Y. Cpl. Marcus W. Preudhomme, 23, of North Miami Beach, Fla. The Marines were assigned to 2d Battalion, 3d Marines, 3rd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Read more →


DoD Identifies Army Casualties:Chief Warrant Officer Hammett, of Tucson, Ariz. and Maj. Dwayne Kelley, of Willingboro NJ

The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died June 24 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered from a bomb blast. Killed were: Chief Warrant Officer Robert C. Hammett, 39, of Tucson, Ariz., who was assigned to the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo. Maj. Dwayne M. Kelley, 48, of Willingboro, N.J., who was assigned to the 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion, Green Bay, Wis. The Ultimate Sacrifice Read more →


John Thomas Wescott Sr., age 78, Gloucester High Alumni, Korean War Navy veteran

p>John Thomas Wescott, Sr age 78 died on June 24, 2008 at Shore Memorial Hospital. He was a graduate of Gloucester City High School. He was formerly of Deptford and has lived in Woodbine since 1994. John served in the US Navy from 1948 to 1952 during the Korean War on the destroyer Charles H. Roan. He worked for ITT Nesbit Plant in Philadelphia and was a Security Guard at West Jersey Hospital, Eastern Division in Voorhees. He was a member of Calvary Bible Church in Deptford for 23 years and the Calvary Baptist Church of Ocean View for 14 years.... Read more →


Jessie Anne Hill, of Woodbury Heights NJ age 18, died suddenly

p>Jessie Anne Hill, 18, of Woodbury Heights, NJ, died suddenly on June 25, 2008. Jessie is survived by her mother, Melanie Temean Nelson of Woodbury Hts., her father, Allen R. Hill of Carneys Point, NJ, her maternal grandmother, Susan Temean of Thorofare, her maternal grandfather, Peter Temean Jr. of Swedesboro, and her paternal grandmother Catherine M. Hill of West Deptford. Also a sister Amber Temean of Thorofare, a brother William Nelson of Cape May, a nephew Vincent Temean, and many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. There will be a viewing on Monday, June 30, 2008 from 1:00-2:00 PM at... Read more →


Obit: Patricia Ann Morris nee Booker, Glassboro HS graduate, Camden County Health Employee

p>Patricia Ann Morris (nee Booker) departed this life on June 23,2008 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, NJ. Patricia was born on July 17,1953 to Rev. Timothy Booker, Sr. and Catherine Booker. She was a student in the Glassboro School System and graduated from Glassboro High School in 1971. She attended Gloucester County College for Occupational Therapy and was employed by the Camden County Health Services Center “Lakeland” for Thirty-eight (38) years until her retirement in 2002, due to illness. She was preceded in death by her husband Donald Morris, her son, Nicholas Morris and her brother, Charles Booker.... Read more →


Our Men & Women in the Military: Wounded Soldier Gets Canine Companion

By Army Spc. Andrew Orillion Special to American Forces Press Service WILLIAMSBURG, Va., June 27, 2008 - On Aug. 19, 2006, the life of Army Capt. James Barclay IV changed forever. Army Capt. James Barclay IV bonds with his hunting dog, Bryant. A Williamsburg, Va., trainer donated his services to train Bryant for Barclay, who was wounded in an Afghanistan roadside-bomb attack. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Laws (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. He was in the lead vehicle of a convoy in a remote area of Afghanistan when a roadside bomb tore through his vehicle.... Read more →


Gloucester City Adult Summer league Preview June 29th games

Written by THE TRUTH 6:15 GAMES Caps Café (Teal team) +15 ........ Jacks Twin Bar (Blue) Jack’ had a tough game last Sunday against THE DREAM TEAM but bounce back against the Dark Green Team. We expect Derrick a.k.a. “Superman” to have a big game against an under size Teal Team. We do expect however for the Rebstock tandem to do work against a weak zone defense the Blue Team plays. Gloucester Liquors (Orange)+8....... Sal &Pats (Dark Green) This game could be closer than people think. Matt “HGH” Wilke has been practicing down the Sea Isle courts and looks ready to... Read more →


Guard Members Continue to Fight Floods, Fires

By Army Staff Sgt. Jim Greenhill Special to American Forces Press Service ARLINGTON, Va., June 26, 2008 - National Guard soldiers and airmen continued to fight Midwest flooding and California fires today. Army National Guard soldiers from Iowa work to complete a seven-foot sandbagged levy to protect an electrical generator from rising flood waters in Hills, Iowa, June 14, 2008. About 80 Guardsmen -- including those with the 34th Army Band out of Fairfield -- sandbagged at the generator plant. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oscar M. Sanchez-Alvarez (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. About 2,300 Guard members... Read more →


New Jersey Angler Catches Largest Dolphin At Key West Gator Club Dolphin Derby

http://www.fishingworld.com/ (Jun. 25, 2008 - Key West, Florida Keys)... Gus Sarno of Cinnaminson, N. J., caught a 37.9-pound dolphin to take top honors in the 19th annual Key West Gator Club Dolphin Derby that ended June 22. Sarno caught the dolphin on the tournament’s first day while fishing on the Thunnus, skippered by Captain Brian Bennett. READ MORE Read more →


Breaking News: New Assistant Hired for Gloucester City Administrator

Following a 90 minute executive session Gloucester City Mayor and Council unanimously voted to hire a new employee to help City Administrator/Municipal Clerk Paul Kain. The vote came Thursday night after the city council meeting was adjourned. The new employee is Lori Kraft of Gloucester City. The salary for the new position is not known. Kain, who has been working without a contract since December 2006, has been asking for an assistant since the James administration took control in 2007. According to New Jersey by the Numbers http://www.nj.com/news/bythenumbers/ Kain’s salary for his Gloucester City job is $90,000. The site shows that... Read more →


Gloucester City: Remembering Jack Pyrah

http://ramscrosscountry.blogspot.com/ By Jack Heath When former Villanova Coach Jack Pyrah passed away last July he left behind running friends across the country and across the world. From South Africa to Dublin Ireland, to Kenya to Gainesville Florida to Chicago to California to Gloucester City, New Jersey-- Jack left behind hundreds of runners and coaches he'd touched and influenced with his gentle personality and wit. In Jack's hometown of Gloucester New Jersey he left behind family (wife Jean) and many runners he'd encouraged through the years with his positive personality or with more tangible support like a pair of running shoes or... Read more →


South Jersey loses Two men in Iraq attacks

http://www.courierpostonline.com The soldiers -- who were killed at meetings with Iraqi officials -- were Capt. Gregory T. Dalessio, 30, of Cherry Hill, and Maj. Dwayne Kelley, 48, a New Jersey state trooper and Army reservist who grew up in Willingboro. Kelley died Tuesday in a bombing at a local government office in Baghdad, according to a state police spokesman. Another soldier and two American civilians also died in that blast. Dalessio was fatally shot Monday as he emerged from a weekly reconstruction meeting with Iraqi officials in the city of Salman Pak, said his stepfather, Thomas Pagano of Cherry Hill. The... Read more →


Supreme Court upholds Americans' right to own guns

http://www.nj.com/news WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court today for the first time ruled that the Second Amendment to the Constitution protects the right of individuals to own a gun for personal use. In a 5-4 decision, the justices struck down a District of Columbia law banning handgun ownership and requiring that rifles and shotguns kept in private homes be unloaded and either disassembled or protected by a trigger lock. read more Read more →


Obit:John G. Guay, age 67, of Gloucester City, Parishioner of St. Mary’s Church

On June 24, 2008. Age 67. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 11 years to Irena (nee Zaleska). Devoted father of Jon Guay of San Francisco, California and Candace (Michael) Angell of Michigan. Beloved grandfather of Grace, Noah, Evan and Anna. John was born in Saint Johnsbury, Vermont and graduated from Saint Michael's College in Burlington, Vermont and attended The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland in pursuit of his Doctrate. He has been a resident of Gloucester City since 1975 and a faithful and devoted parishioner of Saint Mary's R.C. Church in Gloucester City. Relatives and friends are kindly invited... Read more →


The Ultimate Sacrifice: Capt. Gregory T. Dalessio, of Cherry Hill, NJ

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Capt. Gregory T. Dalessio, 30, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, died June 23 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered in Salman Pak, Iraq, when his patrol encountered small arms fire during combat operations. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, Baumholder, Germany. THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Will Not Be The Same School

By Bill Cleary For the past several years we have been hearing about the plans for a new Catholic high school being built in Gloucester County. An off and on during that period it was mentioned that Gloucester Catholic would be moving from Gloucester City to the new school. At first the Camden Diocese denied the rumor but it appears now that in fact the hearsay was true. Photo by John Ryan: Gloucester Catholic High School, (circa 1986) formerly St. Mary's High School, located at Monmouth and Burlington Streets. The Philadelphia Inquirer (June 18th issue) http://www.philly.com/inquirer/local/, reported the new school will... Read more →


The Ultimate Sacrifice

Media Release The Department of Defense announced today the deaths of the following soldiers and marines killed in action supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom and supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Killed June 16 were: Spc. Jason N. Cox, 21, of Elyria, Ohio, died June 16 in Balad, Iraq, of wounds suffered near Hillah, when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C. Killed June 19 were: Marine Capt. Eric Daniel Terhune, 34, of Lexington, Ky. Lance Cpl. Andrew Francis Whitacre, 21, of Bryant, Ind.... Read more →


Wednesday's Tips and Snippets by Bill

Update: I have been able to view part of the email correspondence between Gloucester City Administrator Paul Kain and Councilman Nick Marchese, City Council Finance Chairman. If you recall it was one of the Hot Topics of discussion among readers of ClearysNotebook in the past week. When Mayor Bill James was asked about a conflict between the Finance Chairman and the City Administrator, the mayor said that the City was in the midst of contract negotiations with Kain. “There are times when things become heated and that is to be expected.” After reading one page it is evident that there is... Read more →


Contaminated groundwater lawsuit awards $67 million; Gloucester City and Camden City to receive part of the settlement

http://www.courierpostonline.com The Parker McCay law firm of Marlton announced Tuesday that 16 agencies it represents will receive $40-45 million of the New Jersey money in the partial settlement. Camden, Gloucester City, Penns Grove, Bridgeton, Point Pleasant, New Jersey American Water Co. Inc., Mount Laurel Municipal Utilities Authority and Mount Holly Water Co. are South Jersey claimants represented by the law firm. The $422 million settlement against major oil companies in U.S. District Court in New York City was for contamination by MTBE - methyl tertiary butyl ether. read more See all stories on GOOGLE ABOUT THE SETTLEMENT Note: if anyone finds... Read more →


TCNJ TAPS KELLY WILLIAMS TO HEAD MEN’S BASKETBALL PROGRAM

Media Release Ewing, NJ… The College of New Jersey’s Athletic Director, John Castaldo has announced the appointment of 1993 graduate, Kelly Williams to direct its men’s basketball program. Williams, who played for the Lions from 1989 to 1993, and served as an assistant men’s coach with the Lions as well returns to his alma mater and will assume his new role on July 1. CLICK LINK BELOW TO READ MORE “The opportunity to represent the College as an alumni and former player has always been a dream,” Williams said. “I’m excited just to have the tradition of TCNJ’s basketball program continue... Read more →


Gloucester City: From a backyard Basketball Court to Commissioner of the Altantic 10

“Somehow a fire gets lit under you,” Bernadette McGlade By John Schmidt Gloucester City native Bernadette V. McGlade was named the new Commissioner of the Atlantic 10 Conference on Tuesday June 3, in Philadelphia. McGlade is the daughter of the later Peter (former City Postmaster) and Theresa McGlade, and grew up in Gloucester City with her nine siblings. McGlade started her track to a career in athletics playing basketball at St. Mary’s Grammar School and Gloucester Catholic High School. “Gloucester City is a community that really rallies around the schools and sports teams,” McGlade said. McGlade remembers the support she received... Read more →


The Ultimate Sacrifice: Hospitalman Dustin Burnett, of Fort Mohave, Ariz.

The Department of Defense announced today the death a sailor supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Hospitalman Dustin Kelby Burnett, 19, of Fort Mohave, Ariz., was assigned to First Marine Division Detachment, Twentynine Palms, Calif. He died June 20 while conducting combat operations in Farah Province, Afghanistan. The Ultimate Sacrifice Read more →


Gloucester City: Business Association Meeting Minutes

http://www.gcba.info/minutes.htm May 27, 2008, Caps, 5;30 pm President Stallwood opened meeting No Secretary's Report. Will include in June General meeting. Treasurers Report- Current Balance $ 2094.32. Motion to accept MacAdams. Second Berglund Special Event Updates- Catfish Tournament- Lower turnout than 2007. 29 boats entered tournament. Next year we will coordinate with other tournaments and coop advertising. The Business Association will be reimbursed thru the UEZ. Golf Tournament- This year's event was larger and well received. Car Show- June 28, 2008- WZLT radio, Vineland will participate in this year's event and will air a 3 hour live radio event at the show.... Read more →


Rams Alumni Larry Rudnicki, Class of 1965, Has Died

Bill, I wanted to pass on some sad news to you that your readers would also want to know. My brother in law Larry Rudnicki died a few days ago. He and my sister Marianne Danks had been married for twenty nine years. Larry was a member of the Class of 1965 at Gloucester Catholic, and a classmate of my sister's. He was a great athlete, excelling in football and baseball and was liked by everyone who knew him. Larry grew up in Westville and he and George Anastasia were lifelong friends. Larry also played a terrific Captain Von Trapp in... Read more →


The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Bill’s Point of View: · CHEERS: Congratulations to The Reverend Monsignor Michael Doyle, who celebrated his 40th anniversary earlier this month (June 15th) as pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in South Camden, N.J. A film Poet of Poverty based on the writings of Monsignor Doyle and narrated by actor Martin Sheen will be shown Friday, June 27, at Sacred Heart Parish. The story is about urban problems and Christian hope. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ MORE.............. Tickets are $20. For more information contact Helene Pierson, executive director of Heart of Camden, 856-966-1212 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 856-966-1212 end_of_the_skype_highlighting ext. 22 or go to... Read more →


The Ultimate Sacrifice:Capt. Eric Daniels of Lexington,Ky. and Lance Cpl Andrew Whitacre, of Bryant, Ind.

The Department of Defense announced today the deaths of two Marines who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Capt. Eric Daniel Terhune, 34, of Lexington, Ky. Lance Cpl. Andrew Francis Whitacre, 21, of Bryant, Ind. Both Marines died June 19 while conducting combat operations in Farah Province, Afghanistan. They were assigned to 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Twentynine Palms, Calif. Related: The Ultimate Sacrifice Read more →


Navy Pilot Missing In Action From the Vietnam War is Identified

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing in action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors. He is Lt. Cmdr. Ralph C. Bisz, U.S. Navy, of Miami Shores, Fla. His funeral arrangements are being set by his family. On Aug. 4, 1967, Bisz took off in an A-4E Skyhawk from the USS Oriskany to bomb an enemy petroleum depot near Haiphong, Vietnam. As he neared the target, his aircraft was struck by an enemy surface-to-air missile and... Read more →


Gloucester City: Siebert's hit secures Rotary Championship

June 21, 2008 Rotary's Mark Siebert singled home Patrick Rafferty with two outs in the bottom of the 6th inning to give Rotary a 6-5 win over a stubborn Barron's team in the Gloucester City Major League Division. On Championship Saturday as the sun baked down on the "Earl Moore Field" hundreds of fans gathered eating free food provided by the Ladies Auxilary waiting in anticipation for the Major League Championship battle. The match up of the first place Rotary and last year's runner-up Barron's provided the fans with more than anyone expected. It took every last ball, strike and out... Read more →


Obit: Anthony J. Giaccio, of Audubon formerly of Bellmawr

Giaccio, Anthony J., on June 20, 2008, of Audubon, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 72. Devoted father of Maria A. Preto (Rich), Stacie Williams (Don) and Carla Salas (Randy). Dear brother of Florence Cedrone, Theresa Morici and the late Angelo Giaccio, Ann Tursi, Mary Tasca and Rose Botto. Grandfather of Alex, Gina, Luca, Matt and Danielle. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Viewing: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 from 8:15 AM to 10:15 AM at the GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE, 126 South Black Horse Pike, Runnemede, NJ 08078-1997. Funeral Mass: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 11:00 AM at Saint Rose of Lima... Read more →


Clara DiCarlo, 86, of Gloucester City, faithful parishioner of St. Marys Church

DICARLO, CLARA E. (Nee Latini) On June 19, 2008 of Gloucester City, NJ. Age 86 yrs. Beloved wife of the late Faust J. DiCarlo. Dear mother of Clara (Michael) Bispels, of Ocean City, NJ., Linda (Jim) Garro, of Haddon Twp., NJ, and Julia (Frank) Marciante, of Cherry Hill, NJ. Loving grandmother of 8, Jean Wiley, Don Ferito, Curt (Erin) Knoedler, Scott Knoedler, Joseph (Alison) Knoedler, Frank (Cheryl) Marciante, William Marciante, Michael Marciante, great-grandmother of 9, and great-great grandmother of 3. Dear sister of Renato Latini. Clara was a faithful and devoted parishioner of St. Mary's R.C. Church, Gloucester City, for 60... Read more →


Obit: Harry Cole, Jr. of Audubon, age 80, Korean War Veteran

COLE, HARRY R., JR. On June 19, 2008, of Audubon, NJ. Age 80 years. Beloved husband of the late Catherine T. Cole (nee-Schmidt). Dear father of Kathleen (Gil) Wylen and Jacqueline (Mark) Castaldi, both of Audubon, NJ. He is also survived by two grandchildren: Shawn and Sara (Matt) and a great grandson, Rylan. Mr. Cole was a lifelong resident of Audubon, NJ and a 1947 graduate of Audubon High School. He was a Korean Conflict U.S. Army veteran and a member of Murray-Trout Post #262 American Legion of Audubon for over 40 years. Harry was a life member of the Audubon... Read more →