WEEKES, LANCE MARTELL "Marty", - 35, of Atlantic City, New Jersey, passed away suddenly on Wednesday ~ March 18th, 2020. Lance was born and raised in Atlantic City, NJ. He was mainly educated in the Atlantic City public school system. Lance was fun-loving and always loved to make everyone laugh. He was truly a Comedian at heart. Lance was also gifted, extremely smart, driven and a romantic. He worked over a decade as a Craps Dealer at the former Atlantic City Hilton Hotel & Casino. He was lastly employed at Resort's Hotel & Casino, as a Dual Rate Supervisor at DraftKings Sportsbook. He was a loyal fan of the San Francisco 49ers and was beloved worldwide for his "XO Podcast", which he created and ran for his favorite musician, The Weeknd. Lance is predeceased by: his Father, Lawrence Taylor of Jersey City, NJ; his Grandparents, William and Ellastine Weekes of Atlantic City, NJ; and his Uncle, Ronald E. Simms. Lance is survived by: his loving Mother, Stacy M. Weekes of Atlantic City, NJ; his caring Brother, LaQuay Weekes of Atlantic City, NJ; his Aunts, Tanya Rodriguez, Surayyah Johnson, Monica Weekes (Michael); his Uncles, Wayne Johnson (Brenda), Anthony Weekes, Brian Weekes (Blawnvett), and Craig Weekes; his Best Friend of 20 years, Chuck DelRoss; his loving Partner, Amber Brandt; and a host of Cousins and Friends. Lance will be dearly missed. Services will be Private. For further information, please call Mikal's Funeral Parlor, LLC ~ located at 30 North Pennsylvania Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401 @ 609.344.1131.
Rothhouse , Joan (nee Reyner), - 93, of Margate, passed away peacefully Monday March 23. Born in Atlantic City and a lifelong resident of Ventnor or Margate, Joan graduated Atlantic City High School class of 44. Devoted daughter, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, and friend of many who cherished her friendship through the years. She was primary care giver to her parents Dan and Sid Reyner in their later years. Whether cub scouts, brownies, or girl scouts Joan served as scout or den mother for all her children. She was the consummate hostess. Joan was a long-time volunteer for ORT and for her beloved Lucy the Elephant. Joan was the manager of family-owned Martin's Drug Store on the Ocean City Boardwalk. She kept the business running smoothly and kept everyone on their toes. That business largely put 3 children through college. Many friends and family who worked there have fond memories. In many ways over many years, Joan was always there for her family and friends with her strength, support, care and love. Pre-deceased by her guardian angel grandfather Joe Elfman; parents Dan and Sid Reyner; husband Sam Rothhouse; and husband Lou Glickman. Survived by daughter Jill Soifer, son Bob (Patsy) Rothhouse, daughter Gail (Peter) Weintraub; grandchildren Danny, Michele, Alison, Jessica; five great-grandchildren; four Glickman step-children (David, Betsy, Penny, Bob), their spouses; and ten Glickman step-grandchildren. Also survived by dear friend and devoted caregiver Salma. Also survived by Lucy the Elephant family. Joan will be fondly remembered and missed by many. Services will be private. However, all are invited to visit Joan's memorial page at www.rothgoldsteins.com for a link to participate in the virtual funeral service on Thursday, March 26th at 2:00 pm. Donations in her memory may be made to her favorite pachyderm: Save Lucy Committee, 9200 Atlantic Ave., Margate, NJ 08402. Arrangements entrusted to ROTH-GOLDSTEINS' MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Atlantic City.
Ney, Doris May, - 95, of Pleasantville, Egg Harbor Township, Oaks of Weymouth, Mays Landing, and most recently Woodview Estates Assisted Living in Mays Landing, passed away peacefully on March 22, 2020. She was known to operate the family business in the 1960s, Ney's Family Market in Pleasantville, NJ. She retired from Uncle Dicks Market in Bargaintown, and also retired from serving as a cafeteria aid at the Mainland Regional High School. She was a devoted member of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Egg Harbor Township. She enjoyed socializing with family and friends, including nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed socializing with friends and family as well as being active, biking, walking and her cherished Yorkie, Lucky. She was definitely a woman who was faithful to Christ, her church and the bible. She touched so many hearts and she will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Doris is preceded in death by her parents, John and Laura Lear; daughter, Laurie; brother, Edward Lear; sisters, Louise Collins, Marion Heinl, Marjorie Collins, and Barbara Yankuski; and her beloved Yorkie, Lucky. She is survived by her sons, Doug (Lucy), Dennis (Karen), Richard (Vicky), Milton (Linda); sister in law Hilda Lear; ten nieces and nephews, fourteen grandchildren, and fifteen great grandchildren. Due to the current Corona Pandemic restrictions, memorial services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Asbury United Methodist Church in Egg Harbor Township. Funeral arrangements are under the care of the Adams Perfect Funeral Homes. Inc.
Lawton, Margaret, - 94, of South Dennis, NJ passed away March 22, 2020. She was born in Jersey City, NJ to the late August and Margaret Horan Froschauer. She was a resident of Cape May County for 30+ years. Margaret was predeceased by her husband (Richard 'Dick' Lawton). Margaret is survived by Martha Lawton, her stepdaughter of Milford, PA and her Dachshund, "Gus". Margaret was a public school teacher in NJ for 35 years, 30 years she spent employed by the Princeton Regional Schools. She graduated from the Art School of Pratt Institute, Rutgers, and Columbia University; and studied at Trenton University and ACCC in Cape May Court House. Mrs. Lawton was a member of St. Elizabeth's and St. Casimir's Roman Catholic Churches, Retired Teachers of Cape May County, Senior Citizens Association of Dennis Township, and life member of the NEA and the NJEA. Margaret was loved and cherished by many. Her very close friend, Jennifer Librizzi, as well as all her very helpful neighbors and friends will miss her very much. Due to the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, burial and services at Cape May County Veterans Cemetery are private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Margaret's memory can be sent to the Animal Outreach of CMC, 600 Park Blvd., West Cape May, NJ 08204. Condolences at www.radzieta.com
Schusterman, Lee T., - 59, died on Monday, March 23, 2020 at his home in Philadelphia. Lee is the son of June Neustadter and the late Arnold Schusterman. He is survived by his mother; his sister, Tracey Schusterman; his niece, Sofie Schusterman; and his loving fiancée, Jamie Carden, with whom he lived. He is also survived by his stepfather, Judge Robert Neustadter and his children, Linda Zitin and Andrew Neustadter; and cousins Debbie Goodelman and Judy Friedman. Lee's early years were spent in Margate where he attended the local lower schools. His high school years were spent in the North Jersey area. Lee then attended Temple University where he graduated with a degree in Chemistry. Besides Jamie, his fiancée, the love of his life was music. He played the piano whenever and wherever he could. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. Services will be held privately at Rodef Sholom Cemetery in Egg Harbor Township. Donations, if you desire, may be made to Congregation Shirat Hayam, 700 N. Swarthmore Avenue, Ventnor, NJ 08406 or to a charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to ROTH-GOLDSTEINS' MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Atlantic City. www.rothgoldsteins.com
Migone, Francis "Frank" Floyd, - 84, of Langhorne, PA died Saturday, March 21, at Attleboro Nursing Home in Langhorne, Pa. Born in Atlantic City, Francis (Frank) lived most of his adult life in Atlantic County New Jersey. He served in the United States Army 1955-1957, as a member of the Ambulance Corp. Frank was the proud proprietor of Marlyn Fabrics for over 20 years. Frank was a family man first and foremost who loved to spend time with his wife and children cruising the Ocean City Boardwalk and later in life as PopPop to his two granddaughters.He was an avid sportsman who loved to fish, play softball, cards and hockey with his buddies. You could always find him routing on the Phillies and Eagles, culminating in two World Series wins (1980 & 2008) and Super Bowl win in 2018. He was a lifelong Flyers fan and a season ticket holder for over 30 years, witnessing two Stanley Cups. Son of the late Joseph and Lucille Migone, he is survived by his beloved wife Catherine, daughter Dawn Hendricks and her husband Tom and his son Frank and his wife Erica and two granddaughters, Catarina and Natalia and his many nieces and nephews. Frank is predeceased by his daughter Jill, his brother Buddy Migone and sister Dolly Farooqi.Due to the current Corona Pandemic restrictions Memorial services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Arrangements by and condolences at www.adams-perfect.com
Christoffersen, Margaret (Aspenberg), - passed away in her sleep while under the care of her loving husband Jim on March 18th, 2020. She was 81 years old and had many issues, but cancer was the one that took her life. She lived in Atlantic City for most of her life and worked 30 years for the Atlantic City Police Department, she started as a dispatcher and retired a Bureau Commander. She is survived by her husband Jim, his son Mike, daughter Karen, sister Catherine. She had one child, Sam Horton and his wife Meg, granddaughter Shaina (deceased), grandson Keven and wife Tarra. She was very proud of her great grandchildren Zoe and Fiona. She had two brothers, Carl Pasquini (deceased) wife Tommie and their daughter Susan and husband Tom. Henry Pasquini and daughter Margaret, her children Deanna and Brian, son Charles (deceased). She will be missed by many friends, co-workers, and other family members. She was laid to rest on Saturday March 21st, 2020 in a private ceremony due to Coronavirus. A public celebration of Margaret's life will be held at a future date. Arrangements by the George H. Wimberg Funeral home, Linwood Ventnor. Condolences may be extended to the family at ghwimberg.com.
Morrone, Mary Jean (nee Vassalluzzo), - 97, of Brigantine, On March 21, 2020, Mary passed away peacefully at home. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Mary had been a resident of Audubon for 40 years before moving to Brigantine over 20 years ago. Mary was the matriarch of the family, and the moral compass to the many people she touched. Mary loved playing cards with her family and passed on many old world recipes to her decedents. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Mary was predeceased by her husband, John J. Morrone; her son, John S. Morrone, her grandson Michael J. Morrone as well as her siblings, Emil, Sam, Frank, Millie, Josie, Rose and Rita. She is lovingly survived by her son, Michael A. (Pamela) Morrone; her daughter-in-law, Dawne Morrone; her grandchildren, Kristie, John J., Lacy A., and Danielle; her great-grandchildren, Maxwell, Tucker, Brady, Paisley, Jaggar, Isabella, and Layton as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Due to current restrictions regarding public gatherings including funerals, Mary's services will be held at a later date when current conditions improve. Arrangements Healey Funeral Home, Haddon Heights (www.healeyfuneralhomes.com).