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Temple Professor Kunkel: 'Athletes Who Improve Their Performance Will Increase Their Value'

Temple University School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management Associate Professor Thilo Kunkel explains how Haason Reddick and Jalen Hurts have significantly increased their earning potential given their performances this past season. Photography By: Temple Athletics Camden City, New Jersey, native Haason Reddick was a standout during his time as a member of the Temple Football team. Since then, his star has only grown, and he has now helped lead the Philadelphia Eagles to the... Read more →

Camden County Holding Public Meeting to discuss Proposed Skatepark, Tuesday Night at 6:30PM

(Camden City, NJ) – Tomorrow, a public meeting will be held to discuss a proposed skatepark in the Camden County Parks System. The project is still in its conceptual phase that was included in the county’s $100 million Parks Alive 2025 project, which was announced in April 2022. “We’re holding this meeting to update our residents on the progress of this endeavor and to gauge feedback and concerns,” said Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the... Read more →


Mustaro Hits 1000; Zearfoss Wins 100; Dancing 'Lions' at 76's Game; Frosh Barrera Honored

RAMS MUSTARO JOINS 1000 POINT CLUB--Gloucester Catholic’s RJ Mustaro scored 45 points to become the 16th Rams basketball player to reach the 1,000 career points plateau as the Rams beat Clayton 108-65 at their home court in Gloucester City. According to the team’s Twitter account, the milestone point came in the second quarter. The 45-point effort also established a school high for a single game. In doing so, he broke Ryan Roney 35 point school... Read more →


GIANT NEW RESTAURANT, SPORTS BAR AND OUTDOOR DECK IN BENSALEM New 14,000 square foot sports bar and grill will also feature a the Franklin Room with private event space for up to 200 guests Bensalem, PA - One of Philadelphia's most popular and iconic sports bars is expanding to Bucks County with a new restaurant, grill, sports bar and event/banquet space. Founding Fathers announces the grand opening of its second and largest location at 2900... Read more →

Phillip (Glenn) Young, 93, of Mount Ephraim/Gloucester City

Phillip (Glenn) Young, 93, of Mount Ephraim, NJ, formerly of Gloucester City, NJ, passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 26, 2023. He is predeceased by his first wife, Anna (Jorett) Young of 52 years, and his siblings, Jean Buck and Ruth McWilliams. He is survived by his wife, Theresa Young and his children, Donna Holzmann (Greg), Carol Heald (Charles -deceased), Mark Young (Sue)and Susan Stefan (Bruce), his grandchildren,Jeffrey Stefan (Leslie), Ashley Stefan (Brian) and Cody... Read more →

Saint Mary Parish, Celebrates 175 Anniversary; Dominican Sisters 150 Anniversary to Gcity Parish

By Peter G. Sánchez, Staff Writer - January 27, 2023 Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrates Mass on Jan. 22 in recognition of the 175th anniversary of Saint Mary’s Parish and the 150th anniversary of the Dominican Sisters of Hope ministry to the Gloucester City parish. (Photo by Rich Hundley III) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ – Gazing around the Msgr. Edward Lucitt Hall, 70-year-old Joe Kain couldn’t help but smile as he stood surrounded by old friends on... Read more →

Thanks to Their Daughter’s Heart Transplant...

(15 Years Ago on February 15th) A Texas COTA Family is Celebrating American Heart Month February 1, 2023 -- February is the month to celebrate love and hearts. Since 1964, February has been known as American Heart Month throughout the United States. For the Stephenson family of San Angelo, Texas, February truly is a month to celebrate selfless gifts from the heart. Their teenager, Reagan, is alive and able to celebrate Valentine’s Day (also recognized... Read more →

Juliann L. Koenig (nee Newcome), of Blackwood/Gloucester City;Kidney Dialysis Nurse

Juliann L. Koenig, 71, passed away on February 3, 2023, in Blackwood, NJ. Juliann "Julie" Koenig (nee Newcome) was born on April 19, 1951 in Camden, NJ to John C. Newcome and Hannah (Johnson) Newcome. Devoted wife of Fredrick G. Koenig, loving stepmother of Gwen Bauer (Matthew) and "Grandma" of Victoria Bauer. She was predeceased by her siblings, James Newcome, John Newcome, Dorothy Franceschini and Joseph Newcome. Having many loved ones affected by kidney disease,... Read more →

Khadafy Jones of Sicklerville Charged with Attempted Murder for Shooting Winslow Man

Winslow, NJ- A Sicklerville man has been arrested and charged with the shooting of a man on November 4, 2022, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Winslow Township Police Chief Donald Lemons. On January 4, 2023, following an investigation by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit and the Winslow Township Police Department, Khadafy Jones, 35, of Sicklerville, was charged with 1st-degree Attempted Murder and weapons offenses for the shooting of a... Read more →

Black History Month: T. Thomas Fortune's Legacy

FEBRUARY 2023 NEWSLETTER Black History Month Gilda Rogers on the Exceptional Life of T. Thomas Fortune The brilliant crusader T. Thomas Fortune, born enslaved, advocated for justice, against hatred and grinding poverty in his newspaper, The New York Age. His Red Bank mansion is one of only two African American sites named a National Historic Landmark in New Jersey. Gilda Rogers, executive director, T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center in Red Bank, Monmouth County, will speak... Read more →

Rowan Women Move Into Tie for 1st; Marshall Scores 1000 Pt

UNION, NJ -- Rowan held off Kean, 78-76, on Saturday to move into a tie for first place in the NJAC and pick up the team's seventh win in a row. The Profs also had another team milestone as Grace Marshall scored her 1,000th career point in the process, becoming the second player on the team this season to hit the mark. On Wednesday, Nicole Mallard did the same en route to a win over... Read more →

Over 8 Million People Visit Delaware Parks in 2022

DNREC Announces 8th Year in a Row for Record Number of Parks Visitors Delaware State Parks’ growing popularity set another attendance record in 2022, surpassing the 8 million visitors mark, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Controlannounced today. While other state park systems saw declines in visitation in 2022, Delaware State Parks, under administration of DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation, continue to experience stellar if not skyrocketing growth. Visitor attendance at Delaware... Read more →

*Virtua Health Free Women’s Health Webinars for 2023

The Popular ‘Real Talk’ Series Features Unfiltered, Interactive Chats with Medical Experts A Special June Session will Spotlight Men’s Health (MARLTON, NJ, Jan. 4, 2022) Many women have questions about their health, but they don’t always have time to seek answers. That’s why Virtua Health offers free webinars on topics that women want to know about – from mental health to heart health, sexual wellness to digestive care. Called “Real Talk! Women’s Health Chats,” the... Read more →

The State of NJ Loses Another Round in Gun Control Fight

By Christian Wade | The Center Square contributor Jan 31, 2023 (The Center Square) — New Jersey has lost another round in legal fights over its tough gun control laws, with a federal judge expanding the number of places where the state can't restrict lawful gun owners from carrying firearms as the case plays out in court. In a ruling issued Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Renee Marie Bumb issued a restraining order barring the... Read more →

DEP to Hold Public Hearing Related to Ciba-Geigy Site in Toms River on March 13

NJDEP to Host Public Engagement Session on Proposed Settlement of Natural Resource Damages related to Ciba-Geigy Site in Toms River Session to be held 6 p.m. Monday, March 13 at Toms River North High School Public Comment Period on Proposed Settlement Extended to April 5, 2023 TRENTON —The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will hold a public engagement session on Monday, March 13, 2023, to provide the public with additional information and take... Read more →

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (Texas-R) Introduces Admendment to Limit Term Limits in the Senate & House

Senator Cruz released the following statement on his proposal. "I've introduced a constitutional amendment that would limit every senator to two terms and every house member to three terms. I believe we ought to take it up and vote on it. Because if we got career politicians out of Washington in both parties, there would be less corruption of the swamp that is endemic.” "Speaking of term limits, this week I had the privilege of... Read more →

CNBNews CONSUMER ALERT: ShopRite Product Recall

(February 4, 2023)--SHOPRITE sent out the following notice earlier today about Fresh Ideation Food Group LLC of Baltimore, MD, voluntarily recalling the list of products below, as they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. These bacteria may cause foodborne illness. ITEM CODE DESCRIPTION AND SIZE 180397250 HAM & PINEAPPLE FLATBREAD PIZZA 12 OZ 180397260 BUFFALO CHICKEN FLATBREAD PIZZA 12 OZ 180397270 BBQ CHICKEN FLATBREAD PIZZA 11 OZ 180397280 MARGHARITA FLATBREAD PIZZA 11.5 OZ 180397380 PEPPERONI... Read more →

Rowan Wins Number 11 as Ross Scores Season High

UNION, NJ – Marcellus Ross scored a season-high 27 points, hitting six three-pointers, and Josh Wright hit a late three-pointer to lead #25 Rowan to a 95-88 win at Kean to remain unbeaten in conference play at 15-0. Rowan improves to 19-3 on the season and extends its winning streak to 11 games. Rowan held a slim 90-88 lead with 1:03 to play, and Kean couldn’t convert on its next possession. But the Profs did,... Read more →

I-76 Bridge Deck Project Advances in Gloucester City

I-76 eastbound lane closures Sunday for restriping. At least three lanes will be maintained. (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced daytime lane closures on I-76 eastbound on Sunday as a project to repair the deck on the I-76 Bridge over Klemm Avenue advances in Gloucester City, Camden County. From 7 a.m. until 4 p.m., Sunday, February 5, NJDOT’s contractor, South State Inc., is scheduled to close two lanes on I-76... Read more →

Active Shooter Alert at Lower Cape May Regional HS Determined to be False

Lower Township, NJ - On January 23, 2023 Cape May County Dispatch received a phone call reporting an active shooter at the Lower Cape May Regional High School. An immediate multi-agency response was initiated. Active Shooter protocols were swiftly activated by the school, law enforcement officers, as well as additional first responders. Ultimately the report was determined to be false. A thorough follow-up investigation was conducted by the Lower Township Police Department who identified the... Read more →

Two People Die in Philadelphia on Friday, Feb. 3

PHILADELPHIA PA (February 4, 2023)(CNBNewsnet)-Two people died in Philadelphia Friday, February 3, 2023. One was a homicide by shooting the other was a single auto traffic accident. Penn Presbyterian Hospital. The fatal shooting happened in the 18th District in the 4000-unit block of Market Street at 9:29 PM. The 21-year-old black male victim was shot multiple times throughout his body. He was transported to Presbyterian Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 9:50 PM. No... Read more →


I do not know of any one in Congress who possesses a better academic background, plus he has a great sense of humor. John Kennedy graduated magna cum laude in political science, philosophy, and economics from Vanderbilt University, was president of his senior class, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was an executive editor of the “Virginia Law Review”... Read more →

Browns Mills Man Guilty of Robbing Pemberton Bank

Jury Convicts Man of Robbing Pemberton Borough Bank Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 38-year-old Browns Mills man has been found guilty of first-degree Robbery for walking into a Pemberton Borough bank in the summer of 2019, announcing he had a gun, and demanding money from the tellers. After deliberating for approximately two and a half hours, a Superior Court jury returned the verdict against Cortney Bell on January 31 in a... Read more →

Tidal Wave Productions Offering New Graphic Novel

TIDALWAVE PRODUCTIONS CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH SPECIAL GRAPHIC NOVEL In honor of Black History Month, comic book publisher TidalWave Productions will offer a new trade paperback called “Black History: Leaders: Volume 4,” featuring biographies of leading African American musicians. The trade paperback is scheduled for release this week. Every February for the last fourteen years of producing biography comic books, we celebrate Black History Month to show our respect for the black community’s work... Read more →


Life-Saving Tool That Increases Heart-Attack Survival Should be Widely Available in Public Places, Experts Say Virtua Health Seeks to Expand ‘AED’ Donation Program to mark Heart Month (MARLTON, N.J., Feb. 2, 2023) When a blow to the chest sent NFL player Damar Hamlin into cardiac arrest, he was fortunate to receive immediate, life-saving care, right on the football field. Emergency responders used an AED – automated external defibrillator – to restart the heart of the... Read more →

Rhode Island students from NJ named to Dean's List

KINGSTON, RI (01/31/2023)-- The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Fall 2022 Dean's List. Students named to the Dean's List represent nearly all of Rhode Island's cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and countries. They include: Ellie Sennhenn of Audubon (08106) Chris Bracchi of Berlin (08009) Alyssa Gentile of Blackwood (08012) Melanie Wilson of Blackwood (08012) Katie Reichert of Bordentown (08505)... Read more →

Cooper Receives Prestigious Baby-Friendly Designation

(CAMDEN City, NJ) Cooper University Health Care has achieved the highly prestigious international Baby-Friendly designation after a rigorous review process conducted by Baby-Friendly USA, the organization responsible for bestowing this certification in the United States. This distinguished honor demonstrates that Cooper is adhering to the highest standards of care for breastfeeding mothers and their babies. These standards are built on the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, a set of evidence-based practices recommended by the World... Read more →

William J. Burleigh, 82, of Bellmawr; formerly of Gloucester City, GHS Alumnus Class of '58

William Joseph Burleigh Jr, 82, of Bellmawr, NJ, passed away peacefully on September 16, 2022 surrounded by family and friends after a hard fought battle with cancer. He was born November 22, 1939 in Camden, NJ. Bill is survived by his wife of 62 years, Shirley Ann Burleigh (Hall), his 3 children, William J. Burleigh III (Sandy), Patricia A. Reilley (William), and James Burleigh Sr. (Angela), 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Bill also leaves behind... Read more →

Temple Economic Professor, 'The Philadelphia economy was not built on the sale of championship T-shirts’

' Temple University Professor of Economics Michael Leeds explains why the Phillies’ and Eagles’ success make for great stories but ultimately do not impact the economy as we might expect. Photography By: Joseph V. Labolito Excitement has taken hold of the region during the last few weeks as the Philadelphia Eagles prepare to appear in their second Super Bowl in five years time. It's a great story for the city but that doesn't necessarily mean... Read more →

The Story Behind The Story:

Does a Two-Hour Delay Warrant the News?

By Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist PHILADELPHIA PA--Fox29News, 6ABCNews, and 1210 AM radio were all talking on air about the Gloucester City School District starting classes two hours late the day after the Super Bowl (photo credit CNBNews photographer Amanda Stevenson Lupke image from the 2018 Super Bowl parade) SEE PHOTO ALBUM +++++ GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (FEBRUARY 3, 2023)--On Thursday, February 2, 2023 Fox 29 posted a facebook announcement that Gloucester City School District's schools... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: How Your School District in Pennsylvania Hides Funds to Raise Taxes

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Abington School District Administration Building, one of a dozen school districts the Pennsylvania auditor general noted had exploited a legal loophole to avoid a referendum on tax increases. By Montgomery County Planning Commission The Center Square (The Center Square) – The auditor general published a 200-page report Monday that provided more insight into how 12 school districts raised taxes while hiding nearly $400 million funds – without violating... Read more →

Resorts Casino Hotel to Host The Spinners, a Tina Turner Tribute show...

...The Super Trans AM Seventies Concert Experience & more ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (February 1, 2023) – A legendary entertainment lineup is slated for The Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel with Super Trans AM playing live on Saturday, March 4th, Tina – Tribute to the Queen of Rock N’ Roll scheduled for Saturday, March 25th and The Spinners live on Friday, April 21st. The Starlight Room at Resorts’ will also host Phriends: The One with... Read more →

American Legion Baseball Alumni Scott Rolen and Fred McGriff Headed to Hall of Fame

Scott Rolin (left) and Fred McGriff The American Legion JAN 24, 2023 FacebookTwitterMore18 The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2023 will be 100 percent American Legion Baseball alumni. Scott Rolen was elected to the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) in voting announced Jan. 24. He and Fred McGriff, who the Contemporary Baseball Era Players Committee selected in December, are the only two players selected to the Hall of... Read more →

Camden County Holding Public Meeting February 7 for Skatepark in the Park System

(Camden City, NJ) – Next week, a public meeting will be held to discuss a proposed skatepark in the Camden County Parks System. The project is still in its conceptual phase that was included in the county’s $100 million Parks Alive 2025 project which was announced in April 2022. “We’re holding this meeting to update our residents on the progress of this endeavor and to gauge feedback and concerns,” said Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to... Read more →

Newlin Evans IV Pleads Guilty to Setting Pemberton Apartment Fire in 2022

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 23-year-old Burlington Township man pled guilty yesterday to starting a fire at a Pemberton Borough apartment in the spring of 2022 that killed a 22-year-old resident of the complex. CNBNews graphic files Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Newlin Evans IV entered the plea in Superior Court in Mount Holly to Aggravated Manslaughter (First Degree) in exchange for a 22-year sentence in state prison, of... Read more →

Joseph P. Carroll, age 64 of Westville

Joseph P. Carroll, age 64 of Westville, passed away on Sunday, January 22, 2023 at Virtua- Lourdes Hospital, Camden. Joe was born in Danbury, CT and had been a resident of Westville. His home contributed to the manpower of our great nation, upholding the ideals of our American freedoms in the U.S. Navy where he served on the USS John King, between 1977 and 1981 He worked as a crane operator for Central Sign Crane... Read more →

Black History Month Being Celebrated in CC Library System

(Voorhees, NJ) – To celebrate Black History Month, the Camden County Library System is hosting a series of educational and recreational events throughout the month of February. Events include workshops, book clubs, discussions and more, for both youth and adults. “February provides an incredibly important opportunity for all of us to come together as a community to learn about and honor Black history here in America,” said Commissioner Melinda Kane, liaison to the Camden County... Read more →

AccuWeather: Total Damage and Economic Loss Caused by Southern Ice Storm about $12 Billion

AccuWeather Global Weather Center - February 2, 2023 - AccuWeather preliminarily estimates the total damage and economic loss from the severe ice storm in the South, which led to widespread power outages and closures, hampered travel, the cancellation of thousands of flights, brought down trees and power lines through Texas, Arkansas, southern Oklahoma, and into Tennessee, and resulted in at least 10 deaths, to be $10 to $12 billion. STORY: Deadly ice storm snarls travel... Read more →

Red Flags to Look Out for at Online Casinos

Online gambling is becoming increasingly popular, which comes as no surprise given the numerous games, bonuses and other conveniences they offer casino players. Some of these benefits about which you can learn more at and other online casino platforms have made online gambling the choice of entertainment for many. However, there's the other side of the coin, in that, not all online casinos are trustworthy. For that reason, it is of utmost importance to... Read more →

Regarding the Tragic Death of Sayreville Councilwoman, Eunice Dwumfour, age 30

(NEWARK, NJ)(February 2, 2023)(CNBNews) On Wednesday night, Sayreville Republican Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour, age 30, was found shot to death in her car outside her home. In response to Councilwoman Dwumfour’s tragic death, 32BJ SEIU Vice President and New Jersey District Director Kevin Brown issued the following statement: “Last night, the epidemic of gun violence gripping this country robbed New Jersey of a truly dedicated public servant with enormous potential. While we will never know the... Read more →

Some Camden City Streets to be Temporary Closed for PSE&G Restoration Work

(Lindenwold, NJ) – PSE&G will perform road restoration work on Haddon Avenue in Camden today, Feb. 2, Friday, Feb. 3, and from Monday, Feb. 6 through Thursday, Feb. 9, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. There will be a partial road closure eastbound on Haddon Avenue at the intersection with Newton Avenue. Newton Avenue will be closed between Haddon and Trenton avenues. “Since crews will be working in an area with heavy traffic, motorists... Read more →

"Sonny" F. King, of Gloucester City; an Old Truck Driver who Loved Family, Fishing, Throwin’ Shoes

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--Life is like a box of chocolates. You never do know what you're going to get, but “Sonny” kept it simple, Stu…. Herbert F. “Sonny” King, Sr. kept family first and didn’t need much, just his Natty Ice and pack of smokes. He was someone we could love and understand, just a simple man. The life given us by nature is short, and this world is not my home; I'm just a passing... Read more →

Delayed start of the vacation: top ideas what to do now at home

Still looking for ideas on how best to spend the quarantine period without getting in a bad mood. Especially booked trips that could not be started and also in the foreseeable future may not be made up. What remains in this time, which is marked by Corona and what ideas can help to be able to travel after all? Unpack your bags. Ways to travel from home The health situation of the Corona virus is... Read more →

Very Limited Edition of Boondocks 18-Year-Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey, (MSRP $279.99)

Acclaimed Master Distiller David Scheurich oversees Signature Collection Bourbon Bayonne, NJ, FEB 1, 2023 – Royal Wine Corp is proud to release Boondocks 18-Year-Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey (MSRP $279.99), the latest in Boondocks’ Signature Series Collection. This exceptional cask-strength bourbon will have a limited production of just 1,620 individually numbered bottles. Like all of Boondocks’ premium whiskeys, ryes, and bourbons, this limited edition is created by the legendary master distiller David Scheurich, a 45+ year... Read more →

Selma Police Officer Gonzalo Carrasco Jr., Shot & Killed

Police Officer Gonzalo Carrasco, Jr. Selma Police Department, California End of Watch Tuesday, January 31, 2023 Police Officer Gonzalo Carrasco was shot and killed at 11:45 am at the 2600 Block of Pine Street in Selma. While on patrol, Officer Carrasco was stopped by a homeowner who stated that a man was on her property. When Officer Carrasco investigated, the subject fired several shots, striking Officer Carassco. The subject fled the scene. Officer Carrasco was... Read more →


AND HEART-SHAPED PIZZAS FOR VALENTINE'S WITH A CHANCE TO WIN 24K GOLD DIPPED ROSE FROM STEVEN SINGER photo provided Philadelphia, PA - Celebrate love, football, Philly and pizza this February! SliCE goes for a touchdown with not one, but two special pizzas for Super Bowl Season and Valentine's Day. Say "be mine" with specially delivered heart-shaped pizza-gram starting now through February 14, 2023, with all varieties (including gluten free) available for the same price as... Read more →

Qing Hua Zhou, of Philadelphia formerly of Bellmawr

On January 31, 2023. Of Philadelphia, PA and Formerly of Bellmawr. Loving father of Guo T. Zhou and Guo Shun Zhou both of Philadelphia. Beloved grandfather of Le Nan Zhou. Also survived by many devoted and beloved family members. Qing was born and raised in Zhoushan City in Zhejiang Province in China. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing on Sunday, February 5th from 10 AM to 2 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL... Read more →

Grand Jury Indicts Hells Angel Ken Caspers Jr., after Investigation into Brutal Beating at the Vallejo Clubhouse

Fourth Member Indicted Caspers is the fourth individual to be indicted in the Eastern District of California based on an investigation into a brutal beating at the clubhouse for the Vallejo chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. The other three defendants—Jaime Alvarez, Dennis Killough Jr., and Michael Mahoney—were indicted by a grand jury in 2022. When Casper's home was searched by law enforcement, he had in his possession several handguns. It is unlawful for... Read more →

Carmen O. Amelio, age 74, Vietnam War Army Veteran, Retired Campbell Soup Employee

Of Atco. On January 31, 2023. Age 74. Beloved brother of Patricia Germino, Eleanor Panagopoylos, and Ronnie Amelio. He was predeceased by his father and mother, Benjamin and Violet Amelio. Carmen was born in Camden, NJ, and proudly served our country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He worked for 25 years as a machine mechanic with Campbell Soup in Moorestown, NJ. Carmen enjoyed riding his bike, bowling, and playing baseball, and he... Read more →