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BENNETT, WILBUR VINTON Jr. "Tim" - 87, of Lakeland, Florida, d...


BOWDEN, ROBERT PATRICK - age 63, of Cape May Court House passed away Sat...


CORDERO, DANIEL Jr. - 52, of Hammonton passed away Monday in Virtua Heal...


D'ANGELO MARYANNE L. - 78, (nee DiBerardino) of Ocean City passed away o...


FAUNCE, EDWARD W. - 82, Born January 16, 1934 in Philadelphia, PA was a ...


GALLAGHER, MAURICE U. Sr. - departed this life on Friday ~ July 15th, 20...


GOLDBERG, EVELYN (nee Emas) - July 26, 2016; of Ventnor, NJ; beloved wif...


IACONELLI, ANTHONY JAMES - of Absecon, passed away peacefully at home su...


JONES, DOLORES M. - passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 26th at Roya...

JONES, JEAN SCHALL "GRANNY" 88 of Laureldale received her angel's wings on the evening of Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Born August 05, 1927 in Atlantic City, NJ to Abel and Mary Schall, Jeanne resided in Atlantic County her entire life. She worked for Bell Telephone until it was time to raise her family together with her husband of 61 years Jack. She loved her family with all her heart, they were her life. She enjoyed canning and preserving the harvest from Jack's gigantic garden throughout the many years. They always looked forward to the yearly Marine Corp. reunions, which took them all over the country. She enjoyed playing Pinochle with her lady friends, but nothing compared to the many challenging hours of Uno with the "apples of her eye" Meg and Jake. Jeanne is joined in heaven by her parents Abel, Sr. and Mary Schall, siblings; Abel, Jr., Daniel and Mary Montgomery; husband John and son J.B. as well as nephews; Abel, Gene, David Schall and Danny Montgomery. Left to share memories are her two children; Jerry Jones (Joanne) and Jeanne Williams (Dave) all of Laureldale Four Grandchildren; Elizabeth Ernst (Joe) of Somers Point, Amanda of Hammonton and Megan (Casey) and Jake Williams of Laureldale. Five Great Grandchildren; One Great-Great grandchild. Nephews; Dennis Schall of Northhampton, Massachusetts and Michael (Sue) Montgomery of Cameron Park, California. Her dear friend and sister in-law Willa Stockton of Germania and someone that always held a special place in her heart; David Dessicino, Jr. of West Sunbury, PA. A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, July 30th at Boakes Funeral Home, 6050 Main St., Mays Landing. Family and friends may gather from 9-11 AM, with services at 11 AM. (Info and condolences:

JONES, JEAN SCHALL "GRANNY" 88 of Laureldale received her ange...


MacLEOD, STEPHANIE N. - 36, of Del Haven, NJ, passed away on Monday, Jul...


SCHOPPY, WILLIAM "Billy" Jr. - Age 79 of Egg Harbor Twp. NJ pa...


SCHULER, LAWRENCE - 92 of Palermo formerly of Washington Twp Bergen Coun...


STEVENSON, ANNIE M. (NEE DEAL) - 78, of Mays Landing passed away peacefu...


STROH, CATHERINE M. (TWIG), - 86, passed away on July 25, 2016. She was ...


TRUOCCHIO, FLORENZO "Gary" - 90, of Egg Harbor Township and Fo...


WILKINSON, JOYCE E. - 85 of Northfield, passed away peacefully on Sunday...

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Dianna Spina loved big families. She grew up in one, as the fourth of seven children Betty and Maurice Reed raised in Brigantine. Dianna graduated from Atlantic City High School in 1977, and not long after that, she married Pat Spina — a U.S. Coast Guard recruit from New York, stationed in Atlantic City. And they went on to have six kids of their own, now 15 to 34.

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Ceremony to mark death of Atlantic City officer struck by bus in 2005

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A Life Lived: Brigantine woman loved the beach

Dorothy Corr grew up in Pennsylvania but went to the beach in New Jersey every summer. So when she was old enough to pick a place to live, she knew exactly what she wanted - a beach.

A Life Lived: Joe Eisele Jr. built life around work in Northfield

The tile business was a family tradition for Joe Eisele Jr.

A Life Lived: Linwood man found himself in the jungle

He was Tom Watson, a smart, sensitive guy from suburban Linwood. But he lived a lot of the last 10 years like Indiana Jones, in the jungles of South America.

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