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The Press, Atlantic City, N.J.-Saturday, May 27, 2000 www.pressplus.com Atlantic County CULVER, INA B. (nee BURROUGHS), 94. South Egg Harbor DANIELS, MARY JANE, 83., Mullica Township DAYTON, RICHARD 48. Ventnor FACENDA, ALBERT 77.. KUGEL, RONALD HARRISON, 68 Margate PANELLA, JOHN 57 Milmay THARP, KENNETH 65 Minotola Cape May County DIAMOND, RAYMOND 47..

Wildwood DIETERLE, ERNEST RONALD "BIG 51 Wildwood LIPPINCOTT, GEORGE 68. Erma TRIBIT, EDITH 85 Ocean City TRIMNELL, GRACE EMERETTE, 100. Ocean City Ocean County BURNS, THERESA ANN, 76. Little Egg Harbor STRANG, FREDERICK 81. Manahawkin Elsewhere ADAMS, DEANE 65 FL BISHOP, MATTHEW JOSEPH, 34 Ruskin, FL MARTIN, GENE FAY (TAYLOR), 63 Fredericksburg, VA PRINCE, JOSEPH 60 Bryan, TX RUTH NEWMAN SHAPIRO CANCER AND HEART FUND EARNSE Memorials Tree of Life Tributes 823-5666 ADAMS, DEANE E.

65, of Naples, Florida, died Friday May 26, at her daughters residence in Ocean City. She was born in Somers Point, she was a resident of Ocean City most of her life, before moving to Naples, Florida four years ago. Deane was an artist. formerly an instructor with Jackie Sorenson Aerobics in Ocean City, had worked at Wards Pastry, a receptionist at Dr. Gerken DDS, then Dr.

Bloom DDS, and as a house mother at the Girls Dormitory at the Flanders for 13 years, all of Ocean City. She was the Chairman of The Cape Atlantic Christian Womens Club, member of the Ocean City Baptist Church where she sang in the choir, and was a Deaconness. She also was a member of the First Baptist Church of Naples where she sang in the choir. She is survived by her husband; N. Robert one daughter; Sandy A.

Colao of Ocean City, two sons; Robert C. of Ocean View, and Mark R. of St. Augustine, one sister Shayne Camp of Elwood, and five grandchildren; Erin Jaymee Nicole Mackenzie and Zachary A. Her Funeral Service will be offered Tuesday morning at eleven o'clock from the Ocean City Baptist Church, 10th Street at Wesley Avenue, Ocean City, where friends may call from ten o'clock until time of service at the church.

Friends may also call Monday evening from until nine o'clock from The Godfrey Funeral Home, 809 Central Avenue, Ocean City. Her burial will be in Zion Cemetery, Bargaintown. Those who desire may send Memorial Contributions in her memory to; First Baptist Church of Naples Building Fund, 1595 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL. 34109 or to the Atlantic Christian School Building Fund, 121 West New York Avenue, Somers Point, NJ 08244. BISHOP, MATTHEW JOSEPH, 34, of Ruskin, Fla, died Monday in Buffalo, N.Y.

He was a truck driver for the Les Powers Great American Midway Carnival. Born in Somers Point he lived in the South Jersey area most of his life. Mr. Bishop is survived by four children: Anthony J. Bishop; Donald, B.

Bishop; Billy J. Bishop; Bishop all Gouverneur, NY; his mother and step Joan M. and Robert Dickerson of Newtonville; his father Kenneth O. Bishop of lowa; two brothers: Gary Strickland Harrisburg; Patrick Bishop of Folsom; three sisters: Shirley Swartz of Boston Mass; Kathleen Romanishaw of Pennsylvania; Cindy Dayton of Chicago. Services will be held Tuesday evening 8:30 p.m.

at the Carnesale Funeral Home, 202 South Third Hammonton, where relatives and friends may call after The family request donations to your local Ambulance Squad BURNS, THERESA ANN 76, of Little Egg Harbor, died suddenly May 26 at her home. Born in New York City she resided in the Bronx prior to moving here in 1987. Mrs. Burns was a Communicant at St Theresa's RC Church Tuckerton and a member of the Great Bay Women's Club of Little Egg Harbor. She is survived by her husband of years Joseph one son Joseph A.

Jr. and one daughter Lois A. Ciacco both of Little Egg Harbor, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated Tuesday May 30 at 11 am St. Theresa's RC Church Main Tuckerton.

Entombment will follow at Ocean County Memorial Park Toms River. Friends may call Sunday and Monday from 2-7 and 7-9 p.m. and after 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Maxwell Funeral Home, 160 Mathistown Rd. Little Egg Harbor.

CULVER, INA B. (nee BURROUGHS), 94, of South Egg Harbor, passed away on Monday, May 22, 2000. She was born to John and Josephine Burroughs in Atlantic City on September 25, 1905. She lived in Atlantic City until 1921, when her family relocated to Pleasantville. She is predeceased by her husband of 64 years, Elmer E.

Culver; her son, William Elmer Culver; daughter-in-law, Kathryn Culver. Mrs. Culver is survived by Helen and Joe Castor of Townsville, North Carolina; Frank and Lucy Culver of Pleasantville; Ina C. Swasey of Gilford, New Hampshire and Helen B. Murtagh of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.

Also surviving are ten grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and 11 great great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 27, 2000 at 7:00 PM at Wimberg Funeral Home, 400 Liverpool Avenue, Egg Harbor City (965-0357), where a viewing will start at 6:00 PM. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Main Street, Port Republic, New Jersey 08241. FACENDA, ALBERT 77, of Hammonton, died Thursday at his residence.

Born in Philadelphia, he was an area resident 55 years. He was an Engineer for RCA in Camden until his retirement in 1968. He was a former owner of A A Dress Co. of Berlin a broker salesperson and with D'Amico Realty in Hammonton. He was presently employed by the Hammonton Board of Education in the Maintenance Department.

He was a Veteran of the US Army and served during WWII. A member of St. Joseph Holy Name Society and an usher at St. Joseph Church; a member of the Knights of Columbus 3rd degree Pallotti Council and Pallotti Assembly 4th Degree; a member of American Legion Funston Post of Hammonton. Surviving is his wife, Anna (Terilla); one son, Albert J.

Jr. and wife Natalie of Hammonton; one daughter, Patricia husband Jim Jordan of New York City; two brothers, Joseph Facenda of Hershey Mills, PA and Francis Facenda of Westville; three grandchildren, Albert and wife Kelly Ann Facenda, Loriann Facenda and Nicole Jordan. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the viewing Monday evening 7- 9pm and Tuesday after at the Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. Third Street, Hammonton. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday St.

Church, Third and French Street, Hammonton. Interment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Hammonton. Donations may be made to St. Joseph Church. KUGEL, RONALD HARRISON 68, of Margate, a local jeweler for many years, passed away May 25, 2000 in Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point.

Born in Philadelphia, Ronald was a 1949 graduate of Atlantic City High where he played varsity basketball. He attended the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School until he was drafted into the Army in 1953. After his military duty Mr. Kugel went into the family jewelry business Carter and Company until forming a partnership beginning Stowell's Jewelers. Mr.

Kugel remained in business until retiring in 1998. Mr. Kugel was a member of Justice Lodge an avid hockey fan, and a jazz enthusiast. He will be sadly missed by his loving family and friends. Surviving are his beloved wife of 48 years Muriel "Mickey" nee Schille, three daughters Karen Kugel Greer and husband Tommy of Margate, Julie A.

Kugel of Margate and Boca Raton, and Stephanie L. Kugel of EHT; a precious grandson Alexander R. Greer; one brother Curtis and his wife Maria; father-in-law Irvin H. Schiller; 2 sister-inlaws Hariet S. Dorman: and Jacqueline S.

Cohan; brother-in-law David R. Cohan; cousin Gloria Lecuyer and husband Nathan; also and 13 16 loving nieces nieces and nephews great nephews. Services will be held Sunday at 12 noon at Temple Emeth Shalom starting with Masonic Services and followed immediately by religious services. Temple Emeth Shalom is located at 8501 Ventnor Avenue. in Margate, New Jersey.

Burial will follow in Emeth Shalom Cemetery in Egg Harbor Township. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, or to the Ruth Newman Shapiro Heart and Cancer Fund, 7 Baycrest Court in Margate, N.J. 08402. Arrangements are by the RothGoldsteins' Memorial Chapel of Atlantic City. LIPPINCOTT, GEORGE D.

68, of Erma, died on Thursday, May 25, 2000 at Bur- dette Tomlin Memorial Hospital. Born in Upper Penns Neck Township, he formerly lived in Pennsville. He was a summer resident at Seashore Campground in Erma since 1976, where he thoroughly enjoyed living, and a year round resident for the past eight years. Before retiring in 1975, he worked at Powder Pant for Du Pont Chemical in Carney's Point for 25 years. Surviving are his wife, Monica daughters, Helen Lippincott of Wildwood, Monica G.

Townsend of West Palm Beach, Florida, and Georgina Trapani and Husband Philip of Ocean City; grandchildren, Monica Lynn Townsend, Ryan Morris and Lucia Tripani; and a great grandchild, Justin Townsend. Service and interment private at the convenience of the family. Evoy Funeral Home. MARTIN, GENE FAY NEE TAYLOR 63, of Fredericksburg, VA, died Thursday morning at her home after a brief illness. Born in Millville, she attended school in Camden and lived in Gloucester for most of her life.

She returned to Millville before moving to Virginia a year and a half ago. She had worked for Columbia Records of Pitman. Prior to that she had worked for Tyco Company of Mantua, and Marsan Company of Cherry Hill. She was a member of the Buckshutem United Methodist Church of Millville, and the Eastern Star of Gloucester. She enjoyed camping and traveling.

She is survived by six sons, Phillip W. Martin Sr. of Millville, Randy Martin of Pitman, twin sons Dean S. Martin of Turnersville and Gene S. Martin of Fredericksburg, VA, Steven J.

Martin of Gloucester, and James P. Martin of Browns Mills; her daughter Fay Flynn of Gloucester; two brothers, Joseph Taylor of Mehoopany, PA and Gerry Taylor of Trevose, PA; a sister Catherine Biddle of Penns Grove, and 17 grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband Philip Wilson Martin in 1985. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. in the Buckshutem United Methodist Church, Buckshutem Road, Millville by Rev.

Chris Miller. There will be viewings in the Christy Funeral Home, 11 W. Broad Street, Millville on Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., and Wednesday from 2:00 to 2:45 p.m. Burial will private in Greenwood Memorial Park, Millville at the convenience of the family. the good neighbor.

American Red Cross. 1-800-HELP-NOW DANIELS, MARY JANE, 83, of Mullica Township, passed away on Wednesday, May 24, 2000. She was in Haileyville, Ohio and has lived in Mullica Township since 1983. She is survived by two sisters: Ann Liptak of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Mildred Jeffcoat of Sacramento, California; her nieces: Marsha Merillat of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Sharon Monroe of Denver, Colorado; her grand nephew, Joel Monroe of Denver, Colorado; and her grand niece, Cheryl Brandes of Denver, Colorado. A viewing will be held on Monday, May 29, 2000 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and Tuesday, May 30, 2000 from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM at Wimberg Funeral Home, 400 Liverpool Avenue, Egg Harbor City (609-965- 0357).

A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, May 30, 2000 at 10:00 AM at Egg Harbor City Cemetery, Hamburg Avenue and Moss Mill Road, Egg Harbor City. DAYTON, RICHARD R. 48, of Ventnor, died Thursday at the Atlantic City Hospital after a short illness. Born in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, he resided in Ventnor and had been an area resident most of his life.

Mr. Dayton was a military veteran having served in the Navy from 1970 1972. He had been employed in the I construction field most of his working life having worked for the city of Margate in the Highway Department for 10 years, also with J.H. Moore and Son, Plumbers; Smith Brothers Concrete Company and most recently with the Cosenza Construction Company. Mr Dayton participated in the sport of Karate and was certified by J.K.A.

International of America as a Black Belt. is survived by his wife Rosemary, a son Richard Dayton and a daughter Melissa Matthews, all of Ventnor; his mother Hilda Brookes of Winterhaven, Florida, three brothers: David of Pomona, Dennis of Spokane, Washington, Robert and wife Terry of Venntor; a grandson, Andrew Matthew with parents in Ventnor; nephews Geoffrey Dayton of Atlantic City, Dale and Jeremy Dayton of Ventnor, his sister-in-law Joanne Mucci and her children, Kevin Peterson and Jessica Mucci, all of Margate. Mass of Christian will be celebrated Monday, May 29th, at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Atlantic City. Friends may call from 8:30 a.m.

Monday at the Church. Arrangements are by the John Gormley Funeral Home. DIAMOND, RAYMOND 47, of North Wildwood, passed away Wednesday at home. Born in PA, he has been a local resident for the past ten years. Mr.

Diamond was a US Army Veteran. He is survived by: mother Dorothy Diamond; two brothers Michael Diamond Winslow Township Stephen Diamond of North Wildwood. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday 10AM at St. Ann RC Church. There will be a viewing Saturday 9 to at the Ingersoll-Greenwood Funeral Home, 1201 Central North Wildwood.

Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lower Township. Donations in memory of Mr. Diamond can be made to St. Ann Church, 2900 Pacific Wildwood, NJ 08260.

DIETERLE, ERNEST RONALD 'BIG ERNIE' 51, of North Wildwood and formerly of Stratford passed away Wednesday at the Burdette Tomlin Hospital in Cape May Court House. Born in Philadelphia, PA he has been a resident the Wildwoods for the past 50 years. An active member of the Catholic Church, Ernie was a kind, generous, loving man who selflessly offered his services to those in need. He is survived by wife, Barbara Dieterle; son, Ernest A. Dieterle and his wife Yacinda Vallejo; siblings, Tonette, Kenneth, Mark, Kim and their families.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday 11am at St. Ann RC Church, 2900 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood, where friends may call from 10am. Interment is private, Donations in memory of Mr. Dieterle to the Love of Linda Cancer Fund, P.O. Box 1053, Wildwood, NJ 08260.

HOSPICE ATLANTIC CITY MEDICAL CENTER 1406 Doughty Rd. Pleasantville, NJ 272-2424 Visit The Press online: http://www.pressplus.com/ PANELLA, JOHN 57, of Milmay, died May 25, 2000, S.J.H.S. Newcomb, Vineland. Born in Vineland, he was a resident of Milmay for 21 years, moving from Minotola. John was in the US in the 82nd Airborne Division, serving in the Dominican Republic.

John was a lathe operator for Wilmad Glass Company in Buena for 32 years. John was a member of St. Mary's Church, East Vineland. A member of the American Flint Glassworkers Union. Past member of the Minotola Rescue Squad.

He enjoyed traveling, reading, fishing and crabbing. He is survived by his beloved wife of 35 years, Patricia (Beasley) Panella; his beloved daughter, Terri Levin and son-inlaw Vincent, Petersburg; one sister, Bina Amoretti of Minotola; his two beloved grandsons, Vincent John Levin, Jr. David Anthony Levin; three nephews, Larry, John Eugene Jr. Amoretti. Funeral Liturgy Monday, May 29, 2000, at in St.

Mary's Church, S. Union Road, Vineland. Visitation Sunday from 7 to and again on Monday from 8:30 to in Rone Funeral Service, 1110 E. Chestnut Vineland. Burial: St.

Mary's Cemetery. PRINCE, JOSEPH E. 60, of Bryan, Texas, passed away Wednesday, May 24, 2000. Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, May 27, 2000 at Hillier Funeral Home, Bryan, Texas. Internment will follow at Smetana Cemetery in Bryan.

Arrangements by Hillier Funeral Home, 2301 29th Bryan, Texas 77802, 1-979-822-1571. STRANG, FREDERICK 81, of Manahawkin, died on Wednesday, May 24, at Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mills. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 27, at 12:00 from the Bugbee-Riggs Funeral Home, 335 South Main Barnegat. Interment Barnegat Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call on Saturday from at the funeral home.

THARP, KENNETH 65, of Mi- notola, died Friday morning at home. He was born in Vineland where he attended schools and Vineland High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the U.S.S. Salem during the Korean War, for two yrs.

He was a member of American Legion Post of Minotola and also a member of the USS Salem Association. He was formerly employed at Owens Illinois Glass Kimble Division for 20 years. He was a member and president of the Buena High School Gridiron Club. He also was a member and coach of the Buena Little League Baseball Organization. His hobbies were playing cards, sports and was a fan of the Phillies and Sixers.

He is survived by wife: Marion (nee Lehman); three sons, Kenneth, Jr. of Palermo, Michael of Minotola and Kevin of Minotola; one daughter, Edith Bowser of Minotola and five grandchildren. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Tuesday at 11:00 AM in St. Michael's Church, Minotola. Followed by Burial in Siloam Cemetery, Vineland.

Relatives and friends will be received at the Pancoast Funeral Home, 676 S. Main Road, Vineland, on Monday from 6 to 9 PM and Tuesday from 8:30 to 10:30 AM. TRIBIT, EDITH 85, of Ocean City, died Friday in the Crest Haven Nursing Home, Cape May Court House. Born in Newark, Delaware, Mrs. Tribit has been a resident of Ocean City since 1947 and is formerly from Wilmington, Delaware.

Mrs. Tribit had worked as a Medical Secretary for Dr's Pettit and Nunn in Ocean City and was a Medical Transcriber for Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital, Cape May Court House. She also was a volunteer at Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point for many years. She is survived by a son, Robert W. Tribit of Mt.

Laurel, daughter, Jean Y. Simpson of Ocean City, sister, Marie Shannon of Wilmington, Delaware, five grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Her Funeral Service will be private at the convenience of her family, Final Resting Place will be in Silver Brook Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware. Those who desire may send memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements by The Godfrey Funeral Home, Ocean City.

TRIMNELL, GRACE EMERETTE, 100, of Ocean City, passed away at the Wesley Manor Nursing Home on May 26, 2000. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Mrs. Trimnell was a former resident of Nutley from 1936 to 1982 and has been a resident of this area for the past 18 years. She was a school teacher in Jersey City School Systems.

She was a current member of the Saint Peter United Methodist Church in Ocean City and a former member of the Vincent Methodist Church in Nutley. She was a member of the Friday Afternoon Literary Club in Nutley. The wife of the late Louis, she is survived by two sons, Lawrence J. Trimnell of Wheaton, Illinois and Donald Trimnell of Peroria, Illinois; five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, May 30, 2000 at the AdamsPerfect Funeral Home, 1650 New Road, Northfield.

Burial will be at the Plainville Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY 645-7272 Ventnor man admits possessing Ecstasy, trying to bribe guard By AISLING SWIFT Staff Writer, (609) 272-7209 MAYS LANDING A 22-yearold Ventnor man who was storing 2,000 Ecstasy tablets in his home pleaded guilty Friday to drug possession in what authorities call the single largest designerdrug seizure in Atlantic County. But it's uncertain whether Superior Court Judge Arthur Guerrera will agree to the plea bargain that would result in Joseph Volpe serving a five-year prison term the minimum for the bribery charge, but the maximum for the drug offense. Volpe pleaded guilty to thirddegree possession of Ecstasy with intent to sell and second-degree bribery for offering to pay a jail corrections officer to get into him out of jail and into an anklebracelet monitoring program.

The five-year terms are to run concurrently. "I will entertain the plea," Guerrera cautioned. "However, this is a second-degree offense. This is the minimum that can be imposed. Unless there are compelling reasons, as they say, we are spinning our wheels." Sentencing was set for June 23.

The plea was negotiated by Assistant Atlantic County Prosecutor Joel Mayer, who handles Narcotics Strike Force cases, and defense attorney John Tumelty, a former prosecutor. The bribery charge carries a maximum of 10 years in a state prison. The presumptive term, midway between the maximum and minimum, is seven. The drug charge carries a sentencing range of three to five years. Guerrera also warned Volpe that he could impose the maximum on the credit-card fraud charges for which he was serving probation when he was arrested.

Volpe was arrested July 20 in Ventnor after a monthlong investigation that also involved federal authorities. The prosecutor's Narcotics Strike Force executed a search warrant at his home on Richards Avenue, confiscating 2,000 pills that had a street value of about $50,000. They also seized one ounce of the illegal drug ketamine with a value on the streets of $3,500. Ketamine, known as Special on the black market, is legal as a veterinary drug, a pre-surgery tranquilizer for cats and other animals. It is popular with club-drug users, who combine cooked ketamine with Ecstasy and GBL, a dietary supplement that transforms the mixture into the date-rape drug, GHB, when ingested.

It is sold at clubs and raves for roughly $40 for a halfdozen 30-minute highs. Depending on the dose, some people can pass out or die. Volpe, who was on probation for credit-card fraud, was arrested and charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute Ecstasy and ketamine. While jailed, Volpe joined the rigorous, militaristic boot-camp program. On March 14, he offered a bribe to Corrections Officer Robert Valiante as an incentive to get him into the Home Electronic Detention System (HEDS) program.

HEDS, a house-arrest system, allows convicts to wear a tracking device on their ankles to make sure they adhere to guidelines. He was charged with offering Valiante $5,000, but in court, he disputed that. "I offered him $1,500 to get me on the top of the list for the HEDS program," he said. "Sorry. I never knew it would come to this." He explained that he was on the waiting list, which is long.

"I said I could kind of help him out," he said of Valiante, noting that he never gave Valiante money. "I didn't even have the money. I just hoped he'd let me out so I could pay him." I Seniors 'cut class' to clean up the environment By CONNOR FORTUNE week's senior For The Press prom. When more than 400 Southern Regional High School seniors hit the beach Friday morning, it wasn't to cut class. Instead, the students were volunteering to clean up sites at beaches along Long Beach Island and area parks, part of a planned day of service.

"Senior Service Day" began at 8 a.m., when students were bused to 10 sites to spend two hours picking up and bagging trash. The trash was later removed by municipal authorities, according to guidance counselor William McCarthy. Students dispersed in groups of 30 to 45 to clean up sites including Waretown Lake on Route 532, Manahawkin Lake on Route 9, and the 47th and 79th Street beaches in Long Beach Township. Mostly paper and cigarette butts were collected, according to principal Craig Henry. While the service is voluntary, most students chose to participate, since it was followed by an afterwork party at Bayview Park on 68th Street in Brant Beach, said guidance counselor Dianna Phillips.

There students and faculty enjoyed a picnic, DJ and volleyball. Some even dipped into the ocean despite cold water this early in the season. The Southern Regional High School administration initiated Senior Service Day seven years ago. The program serves a dual purpose, said Henry. It's part of a "series of events that make for a meaningful closure" to the students' senior year, he said.

Other events include April's class trip to Orlando and next It also ends a tradition of students taking a "senior cut day" to head for the beach, according to Henry. "It's a great idea and they (the students) love it," said McCarthy. Students testified to this as they piled off the buses into the park and nearby beach. "It's all about fun in the sun and helping out the environment," said Mike Williamson, 18, summing up his impression of the day. Tom Hayden, 18, of Barnegat, agreed, sounding a hearty "HAIR WORKS I Pauline Bridal Couch, Packages Owner DAY SPA OFF West Jersey Ave.

Pleasantville 609.641.0066 PEDICURE In Loving Memory of Our Beloved Wife, Mother and Grandmother HELEN F. TURNER who passed away one year ago today May 27, 1999 Mom, It's been a year since you left us, The tears and our hearts are broken. There's not a day goes by without you in our thoughts. We go on with our lives because you would want us to, For you are not suffering with no more pain. Someday we will all walk through the golden gates and our guardian angel which is you, will greet us one by one.

"as you did For now we will all go on, you will always be in our hearts, thoughts and with us everyday as we carry you with us. For you are our angel watching over us. We love and miss you with the deepest of our hearts. Sadly Missed by, Husband, Children, Grandchildren Tiny In Loving Memory of HUGO A. ESCOBAR To Our Beloved Husband, Father, Friend On His Birthday 5-25-65 One year ago today the Lord took you to be with him, And in our hearts we know you are our Angel in heaven watching over us.

We miss, love, and remember you always. FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS, Wife Maria, Daughter Emely, Son Huguito, and Friends The Family of Susan Deltrone Leonetti wishes to express our sincere thanks to: Marge Nicky Fortis, Mike Lois DeNardo, Mike Susan Passamante, Frank Deltrone, Mary Ciocca, Frank Ginger Perri, Lloyd Wimberg, Larry Wimberg, Jean Valerio and Father Calogero N. La Verde. Your help and assistance has made this most difficult time bearable..

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