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Atlantic County, NJ Obituary Collection - 74

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Date: Saturday, 12 December 2009, at 12:56 a.m.

Anthony J. Lucca
Anthony J. Lucca, 82, of Somers Point and formerly Hammonton, died Saturday, March 22, at Linwood Care Center.
Born in Hammonton, he lived in Somers Point for many years. He retired in 1988 after 29 years of service from the F.A.A. William J. Hughes Tech. Center. He served in the U.S. Army during W.W.II. He graduated Hammonton High School in 1940 and was a former member of the Knights of Columbus in Pleasantville.
Surviving him are: wife, Margaret “Peggy” (nee Maybara); sister, Jennie Rizzotte of Hammonton; nieces and nephews, Jean Sacco, Josephine Andronico, Grayce Pitera, Marie Pitale, Josephine Pitale, John A. Lucca, John J. Lucca, John Rizzotte, all of Hammonton, Josephine Ahearn of Beverly, Kathleen Quarry of Mt. Laurel.
Friends and relatives attended a Mass of Christian Burial on March 25 at St. Joseph Church followed by burial at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 626 N. Shore Road, Absecon, NJ 08201.
Arrangements made by Marinella Funeral Home.

Edward E. Duble Sr.
Edward E. “Bud” Duble Sr., 88, of Cedar Brook, died Friday, March 14. Duble was a lifetime resident of Cedar Brook which was founded by his great grandfather. He was a WWII veteran where he served as a MP in the Army Air Force. He was also a longtime member of the Cedar Brook Volunteer Fire Company where he served as a two time past President, and was head of the Civil Defense Organization. He was one of the founders of the Winslow Twp. Ambulance Corp., a 20 year volunteer with the Red Cross in which he earned “Volunteer of the Year”, and a member of the Disaster Response Team. Duble was also one of the founders of the Winslow Twp. Senior Citizens serving 27 years as president. He was the Municipal Coordinator for the Aging for Winslow Twp., a member of the Berlin VFW Post 6253, and a member of the Father Harold Koeppen Council #7774, Winslow Twp. Knights of Columbus.
Surviving him are: wife, Anna (nee Matarese); daughters; Anne Grierson with husband William of Williamstown, Monica Chambers with husband James of Cedar Brook; son, Edward Duble Jr. of Cedar Brook; grandchildren, Laura, David, Richard; many nieces and nephews.
Friends and family attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, March 20, followed by Interment at Sacred Heart Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions in Bud’s memory be made to the American Red Cross, Camden Co. Chapter, 312 Cooper St., Camden, NJ.
Arrangements made by LeRoy P. Wooster Funeral Home.

Diane Ramundo-Rinnier
Diane Ramundo-Rinnier (nee DeStefano), 42, of Hammonton, died Tuesday, March 18, at Kessler Hospital in Hammonton.
She was a lifelong resident of Hammonton. She is free from her many years of pain and suffering. She was a devoted, loving mother who loved nothing more than simply being with her two girls. She was a 1978 graduate of Hammonton High School where she played the French Horn in the award winning band for five years. Her spirit lives on through everyone who knew her. Prior to her illness, she was employed by Claridge Hotel & Casino, Spencer Gifts, and the Acme Markets.
Predeceased by parents, Anthony and Ann (Rodio) DeStefano. Surviving her are: daughters, Nicole Ramundo, Alexa Rinnier; brother, Anthony DeStefano with wife Stephanie of Hammonton; sister, Janice DeStefano of Hammonton; nieces, Katelyn DeStefano, Ellen DeStefano; nephew, Anthony DeStefano Jr.
Friends and relatives attended funeral services on Saturday, March 22, at the Marinella Funeral Home followed by burial at Greenmount Cemetery.
Arrangements made by the Marinella Funeral Home.

Mary Urgo
Mary Urgo (nee Martelette), 88, of Vineland, died Saturday, March 22, at S.J.H.S. Newcomb Hospital, Vineland after an extended illness.
Born in Hammonton she was a resident of Vineland for more than 62 years. She was employed by the State of NJ at the Vineland Developmental Center for more than 20 years, and also worked for Chinnici clothing shops. Mary enjoyed bingo, dancing, traveling, and cooking. Most of all, she was a loving and caring mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
Predeceased by: husband, Michael; brothers, John Martelette, Henry Martelette, Joseph Martelette; sisters, Sarah Scibilia, Rose Martelette. Surviving her are: sons, Tom Urgo, Don Urgo of Vineland; daughter, Flo Daugherty, with whom she resided, of Vineland; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Carmen Martelette of Vineland; sisters, Katherine Nardone, Josephine Nardone both of Vineland; several nieces and nephews.
Friends and family attended funeral services today at 10 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Church followed by burial in Siloam Cemetery in Vineland.
Condolences may be sent to www.dlfuneral.com.
Arrangements made by DeMarco-Luisi Funeral Home.

Carolina N. Jupin
Carolina N. Jupin (nee Giuffre), 81, of Elwood, died Thursday, March 20, at Kessler Hospital.
Born in Philadelphia, she was a lifelong area resident. Jupin was a retired machine operator from Esquire Sportswear in Hammonton. She was a member of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union, Elwood Republican Club, and a Charter and Executive Board member of the Mullica Twp. Ambulance Corp.
She was predeceased by husband Claude. Surviving her are: stepson, Claude of Pleasantville; stepdaughter, Shirley Jupin of Mays Landing; niece who was like a daughter, Sandy Amedio Bennett of Royal Palm Beach, Fla.; sisters, Rose Benedetto and Marie Mills, both of Hammonton; many nieces and nephews.
Family and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, March 24, at St. Joseph Church followed by burial at Greenmount Cemetery.
Arrangements were made by Marinella Funeral Home..

Luke Morgan
Luke L. Morgan, Ret.M/Sgt.,USAF, of Texas, died Monday, March 24, in Schertz, Texas.
Surviving him are: wife of 53 years, Jeanmarie Morgan (nee Appollonio); daughters, Pam and Linda; sons, Tim and Kevin; seven grandchildren; three great grandchildren. Jeanmarie Morgan is the niece of Rose Parzanese and Al Zirillo, daughter of Jenny and Peter Appollonio of Folsom and New York.

Donna Marie Sharp
Donna Marie Sharp (nee Kelly), 36, of Blue Anchor, died Friday, March 28, at Virtua Hospital in Berlin.
Born in Brooklyn, she lived in South Jersey for 21 years. Donna was a finance manager for Thermo-Guard Windows in Elm.
Surviving her are: husband, Phillip; father, John R. Kelly of Weymouth; brother, John P. Kelly with wife Meta of Galloway Twp; sister, Debbie Kelly-Weldon with husband Gilbert of Millville; father and mother-in-law, Phillip K. and Augustine Sharp of Hammonton; nieces and nephews, Brett, Lauren, Christopher, and Jessica.
Friends and relatives attended a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Martin DePorres R.C. Church on Monday, March 31, followed by burial at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Arrangements were made by Carnesale Funeral Home.

Josephine DeNardo
Josephine DeNardo, 73, of Blue Anchor, died Thursday, April 3, at J.F. Kennedy Hospital, Cherry Hill.
She was predeceased by her parents, Anthony and Lena DeNardo. Surviving her are: sisters, Sr. Antoinette DeNardo M.P.F. of Paterson, Natalie Ware of Atco; brother, Michael DeNardo of Blue Anchor.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, April 7, at St. Lucy’s Church, Blue Anchor, followed by burial at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin.
Arrangements were made by Marinella Funeral Home.

Vincenzo Dulcimascolo
Vincenzo Dulcimascolo, 74, of Hammonton, died Tuesday, April 1, at Kessler Hospital in Hammonton.
Born in Sicily, he moved to Hammonton where he was the owner of Vince’s Barber Shop until 1972.
Surviving him are: wife, Rose (nee Guardino); sister, Alberta Bivona; sister-in-law, Grace Cavallo; brother-in-law, Peter Guardino with wife Jean.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, April 5, at St. Joseph Church followed by burial at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the Hammonton Rescue Squad, 300 S. Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
Arrangements were made by Marinella Funeral Home.

Henry P. Carr III
Henry P. Carr III, 46, of Hammonton, died April 14 in Lankenau Hospital of complications following surgery.
He was a sergeant in the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office. Carr began his law enforcement career in July 1977 with the Hammonton Police Department. He moved to the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office in 1988 as a Sheriff’s Investigator and then to the prosecutor’s office in June 1990 as a county investigator.
While a member of the prosecutor’s office, Carr was assigned to the Narcotics Strike Force for eight years. During that time, he was the recipient of many commendations and awards for his investigative proficiency and abilities, including the 1991 Narcotics Office of the Year Al Mallen Award from the Southern Counties Commanders Association. He was also honored by the Atlantic County American Legion with a Special Unit Award at their annual Law Enforcement Officer of the Year presentations.
Following service with Narcotics Strike Force, Carr was assigned to the Official Corruption Unit for two years and to the Major Crimes Homicide Unit foe three years.
In 2001, Carr was promoted to Sergeant of County Investigators and assumed supervisory responsibility for the Crimes Against Children Unit. He had completed advanced training in the police supervision, investigation of crimes against children and interviewing victims of child abuse and sat on the Multi-Disciplinary Tram on Crimes Against Children. Most recently, he completed the Methods of Instruction course that would permit him to share his knowledge and expertise with other law enforcement officers as an instructor. He had also looked forward to being able to educate the public concerning crimes against children.
Carr was a coach with the Hammonton Little League; he was a former member of the Hammonton Rotary Club; and the New Jersey Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association. Carr was a member of the P.B.A. Local #77.
He is survived by his wife Kathleen A. (nee Crowley) Carr, his two sons Philip and Charlie, his brother Joseph T. and his companion Ann Ransome, and his mother and father-in-law Annetta and Charles A. Crowley Sr., all of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends may call Sunday evening at 5:30 p.m. and again on Monday at the Carnesale Funeral Home, located at 202 S. Third St. in Hammonton
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated April 21 at St. Martin de Porres Roman Catholic Church. Entombment will follow in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Education Fund for Philip and Charlie Carr, P.O. Box 1119, Hammonton, N.J. 08037.
Arrangements were made by Carnesale Funeral Home.

Mario J. DiGerolamo
Mario J. DiGerolamo, 52, of Hammonton, died Sunday, April 13, at Kennedy Hospital, Washington Twp.
Born in Hammonton, he was a lifelong resident. DiGerolamo was a Third Degree member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 3471 St. Vincent Pallotti Assembly in Hammonton where he was a Past Grand Knight. He was a former coach and board member of the Hammonton Little League and the Hammonton Hawks. He was the owner of Big Dee Masonry in Hammonton.
Predeceased by his father; Frank A. DiGerolamo. Surviving him are: wife, Linda L. (nee Bernesderfer); sons, Scott with wife Denise and Mario J. Jr.; daughters, Nicole and Tania, all of Hammonton; mother, Annie Arena DiGerolamo of Hammonton; brother, Frank with wife Pamela of Hammonton.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of Christian Burial today, April 16, at Carnesale Funeral Home followed by burial in Greenmount Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the American Stroke Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75231.
Arrangements were made by Carnesale Funeral Home.

Mary S. Tower
Mary S. Tower, Professor Emerita, 68, of Hammonton, died Wednesday, April 9, at the Atlantic City Medical Center, Mainland Division in Pomona.
Mary was an English Professor for 30 years at Atlantic Cape Community College. She was also past chairman of the English Department.
Surviving her are: brother, Jeremiah Tower of New York; niece, Alexandra Tower; nephews, Peter and Michael Tower; also many loving friends.
Services and cremation will be held privately at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements were made by LeRoy P. Wooster Funeral Home & Crematory, Atco.

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