Press of Atlantic City: South Jersey Obituaries And Death Notices

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A Life Lived: Former waitress met the stars at Atlantic City's Haddon Hall

Rose Leggett, the waitress, was a fan of Norman Rockwell, the artist.

A Life Lived: Early political involvement shaped life of ex-Atlantic County Surrogate

Jan Mathis got involved in politics as a young woman, and it changed her life.

Life Lived: Victim of Woodbine fire remembered for bravery, likeness to twin

Donny and Dave Fowler were identical twins, the third and fourth kids in a family of nine raised by Edgar and Doris Fowler in Woodbine.

A Life Lived: Ventnor native was a 'silent philanthropist'

Hank Herskowitz might not have wanted to read this story about his life.

A life Lived: Cape May was his lifelong second home

Bill Carpenter was 2 the first time he went to Cape May. His last trip was shortly before he died last month at 88.

A Life Lived: Wildwood Crest couple made good team despite age gap

She was a college freshman in a fashion show on an Air Force base in Kansas. He was an Air Force captain and a judge in the show.

A Life Lived/ Dressing well was a good habit for ‘Stan the Man'

Stanley B. Moore knew every address in Atlantic City, and just about every person at every address, when he retired in 1984.

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