Press of Atlantic City: South Jersey Obituaries And Death Notices

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BARTELT, WILLIAM F.,

BARTELT, WILLIAM F., - passed away on June 25, 2016 at his home in Egg H...

GORDON, LEE

GORDON, LEE was born on October 28, 1930, to Julius Gordon and Bulah (El...

KENT, SR. CARL V.

KENT, SR. CARL V. - On June 23rd, 2016 Carl V. Kent Sr. (Colonel) a resi...

MCDERMOTT, GEORGE EDWARD,

MCDERMOTT, GEORGE EDWARD, - 75, of Las Vegas, formerly of Brigantine, Ne...

MESSINA, CALOGERO, "Charlie", "Lillo",

MESSINA, CALOGERO, "Charlie", "Lillo", - 77, of Vent...

Murrel, Harry S.

Murrel, Harry S. - 61, of Pleasantville, NJ passed away unexpectedly at ...

NUTT SR., KENNETH,

NUTT SR., KENNETH, - born December 10, 1936, of Waretown, NJ. died on Ju...

PEDICINE, MICHAEL

PEDICINE, MICHAEL, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great grand...

SNYDER, GEORGE C

SNYDER, GEORGE C - age 74 years of Avalon passed away suddenly at home o...

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A Life Lived: After retiring from Resorts, she kept busy

Mary Shea moved to Margate after years of working in the Trenton area, but she didn’t retire to the shore.

A Life Lived: Barnegat Light’s Capt. George Svelling lived to fish, fished to live

George Svelling learned to fish from his father, Jack. And when he had a son, George taught him how to fish.

A life of family and work spent happily in Margate

Bernice Scarpa started in business as a girl, and she stayed busy in business until she was into her 80s. Her father was Jack Starkman, a co-founder of Atlantic City's Starkman Cigar Co., which expanded well beyond that name before the family sold the company in 1980.

A Life Lived: Reporter pioneered minority journalism

One of the first African-American reporters at the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News in the 1960s, W. Leon Pope was an early organizer of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists and mentored many young minority reporters.

A Life Lived: Firefighter training was Egg Harbor City man's passion

Ted Reinhard Sr. was proud of everything he helped accomplish at the Anthony “Tony” Canale Training Center.

A Life Lived: Port Republic woman marked many birthdays

The Oyster Creek Inn was an important place in Dorothy Halldorson’s life.

Michael and Robert Schurman overcame life’s hurdles together to end

Michael Schurman had a name, a voice and a face that were well known around South Jersey for decades.

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