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courierpostonline.com 8A COURIER-POST,Saturday,February27,2016 Death Notices Berger, Gerald "Jerry" Cherry Hill, NJ; Platt Memorial Chapels, Inc. DelBono, Fiorino J. Cherry Hill; Sche tter Funeral Home DeVantier, Roger D. Cherry Hill; Murray-Paradee Funeral Home Hesser (nee Fennen), Kathleen Plainfield, IL formerly of Runnemede; Holmes, Joan R. Camden; Perinchief Chapels Hood, Dottie Jean “Dorothy†(Merrill) ; Kaminski, Edward J. Brigantine; Healey Funeral Home Krasovetz, Lily (nee Franceschi) Formerly of Gibbsboro; Knight Funeral Home Kucharski, Morgan A. Westville; Gardner Funeral Home Sanginiti, Nola M. Winslow Township; Egizi Funeral Home Santiago Santiago, Nelson Kearney, NJ; May Funeral Home Schmidt, Patric ia (Whelan) Turnersville an d Avalon; Norton Funeral Home Wilson, Dolores May Cherry Hill; LEROY P WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Fiorino J. DelBono of Cherry Hill, NJ, passed away peacefully on February 25, 2016. Age 80. Beloved husband of 28 years to Judy DelBono (nee Ulrich). Loving father of Dona, Linda, John and the late Joey. Loving step-father to Darlene and George. Devoted grandfather of 9 and great grandfather of 4. Viewing Monday evening 7 to 9pm in the Schetter Funeral Home 304 W. Marlton Pike, Cher- ry Hill, NJ 08002. Funeral service Tuesday morning 10am in Ascension Lutheran Church 534 4th Avenue, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson, NJ. In lieu of fl owers donations may be made to Ascension Lutheran Church at the above address or to a charity of your choice. We invite you to share your condolences with the family at schetter- fh.com. FIORINO J. DELBONO AGE: 80 • CHERRYHILL Age 57, of Plainfi eld, IL formerly of Runnemede NJ passed away Sunday, February 21, 2016. She was the daughter of Frank and Eileen Fennen. Survived by her beloved husband of 36 years, James R. Hesser, one son, Robert who is a student at North Central College; her brothers and sisters, Eileen (late John) Latvenas, Anthony (Leslie) Fennen, Michael (Vicki) Fennen, Edward (Eva) Fennen, Maureen (Tom) Bongiorno and Col- leen Little; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Tricia Ely; and one brother, Frankie Fennen. A Memorial Gathering for Kathleen Hesser will be held Saturday, February 27, 2016 at the Fred C. Dames Funeral Home in Joliet IL from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. For more information: (815) 741-5500 or visit her Book of Memories at www.fredc dames.com. KATHLEENHESSER  NEE FENNEN  AGE:57• PLAINFIELD, IL FORMERLY OF RUNNEMEDE Joan R. Holmes of Medford passed away on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at Cooper Hospital in Camden. She was 78. Born in Philadelphia, Mrs. Holmes was a graduate of St. Hubert’s Catholic High School for Girls in Philadelphia. She worked as a secretary and later as an office manager for her husband’s business, RAM Associates. She was a former member and Past President of the Altar Rosary Society at St. Joan of Arc Church in Marlton and was a Parishioner at St. Mary of the Lakes in Medford. Above all, she was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great- grandmother. Joan is survived by her husband of almost 57 years, William; 3 children: William (Margie) Holmes, Jr. of Harrisburg, PA, Robert (Eileen) Holmes of Taber- nacle, and Carol Lynne Kelly (Michael) of Burlington; 7 grandchildren: Amanda, Daniel, Shannon, Rachel, Kyle, Zachary, & Taylor; and 2 great-grandchildren: Alyssa & Dylan. She was the brother of the late Edward R. Hoffman. Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated on Tuesday at 11:00 AM at St. Mary of the Lakes Catholic Church, 40 Jackson Rd., Medford, NJ. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her visitation on Monday evening from 6 – 8 PM at the Perinchief Chapels, 438 High St., Mount Holly or on Tuesday from 10 – 10:45 AM at the Church. Contributions in her memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.or g or 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN 38105. www. perinchief.com. JOAN R. HOLMES AGE: 78 • CAMDEN (nee Jetty), on February 23, 2016. Age 46. Beloved wife of Leon Sanginiti, Jr. Devoted mother of Joshua Rutkowski. Loving daughter of Thomas Jetty (Sue) and Theresa Llewellyn (Dave). Dear sister of Sarah, Christopher (Karen) and Matthew Jetty. Survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing Monday 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Our Lady of Hope Parish - St. Agnes RC Church, 701 Little Gloucester Road, Blackwood, followed by her Mass of Christian Burial. Family and friends will meet Tuesday 9:15 AM at the Egizi Funeral Home, 119 Ganttown Road, Washington Twp. to process for 10:00 AM Committal Service at New St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bellmawr. In lieu of fl owers, donations in Nola’s memory may be made to the Joshua Rutkowski Education Fund at Leon Sanginiti, c/o PNC Bank, Magan Sethi, 679 Cross Keys Road, Sicklerville, NJ 08081. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.egizifuneral.com “A Life Well Lived Is Worth Remembering” NOLA M. SANGINITI AGE: 46 • WINSLOWTOWNSHIP Dolores “Dee” Wilson, (nee Tallaksen), 85, passed away Monday, February 15, 2016. Beloved wife of the late Donald C. Wilson. Born in Camden she lived in Camden, Mt. Ephraim, Cocoa, Florida, and Cherry Hill. Dee graduated from Camden High School and worked 17 years for N.J. Bell. She was a lover of all animals especially cats. Dee loved the beach and sunny Florida. She will sadly be missed by her family and her loving kitty “Savannah.” Dolores was the dear sister of Shirley Nieder (William) of Voorhees, cherished aunt “Dee Dee” of Erma Lee Barnes of Haddon Heights, Charmaine Kiry (Paul) of Barrington, Nephews Richard Tallaksen (Diane) of Shamong Twp., and Karl Tallaksen (Patti) of Hilltop, NJ. as well as 6 grandnephews and 1 grandniece. Dolores was preceded in death by her brother Leroy Tallaksen (Winnie.) Donations in memory of Dee may be given to an animal shelter of your choice. For more information or to email a condolence please visit www.lpwoosterfuneral- home.com DOLORES MAY WILSON AGE: 85 • CHERRYHILL DeVantier- Roger D. age 86, of Cherry Hill passed away on February 23, 2016 while holding hands with his loving wife of 62 years, Doris. Roger was born in Niagara Falls, NY the son of the late Edward and Thekla (Milleville) DeVantier. Roger attended Capital University in Columbus, Ohio and graduated from the University of Buffalo with a degree in electrical engineering. He proudly served in the Army National Guard. Mr. DeVan- tier was employed by RCA/ GE Aerospace Camden for over 30 years. One of his proudest achievements was being the prog ram manager for the “backpack radios” that the Apollo astronauts used when they fi rst walked on the moon. He was also project manager for the integrated radio room on Trident ballistic s ubmarines. Roger was a charter member of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church Cherry Hill where he passionately served in numerous positions. He was a longtime Langston Field Little League manager and ardent supporter of the Cherry Hill East wrestling team. He s ang for many years with the Cherry Hill Pine Barons Barbershop chorus. He loved hunting, fishing, gardening, the Jersey shore and travel. Dad especially cherished the time spent with h is family at Sea Isle City during our annual reunions where thanks to his and mom’s foresight we all learned about God’s most wonderful blessings, our Family. He was predeceased by his son Mark DeVantier and daughter Joyce White. Left to cherish his memory include his wife Doris (Wittkopp) DeVantier, children Wayne (Pam) DeVantier of Chesapeake, VA, Keith (Betty Jo) DeVantier of West Chester, Pa, daughter- in-law, Vicki DeVantier of Richardson, TX, and son- in-law Don White of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl., 9 adoring grandchildren Drew White, Nicole White, Rachel DeVan- tier, Audra DeVantier, Kristie Jo (Josh) Schutt, Brent (Kendra) DeVantier, Jamie Lee (Ryan) Hillary, Laura DeVantier and Ross DeVan- tier, as well as 2 great grandchildren, Gracie Jo Schutt and Harper DeVantier. He was predeceased by his 3 brothers, Edward DeVan- tier, Jr., Rev. Vernon DeVan- tier, and Loren DeVantier. A memorial service to celebrate his life will take place at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, 601 N. Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill on April 2, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. where the family will receive friends 9:30 a.m.- 10:45 a. m. The family requests in lieu of fl owers donations in his honor be given to the Alzheimer’s Association or St. Michael’s Lutheran Church. To share condolences with the family please visit www.murrayp- aradeefh.com ROGER D. DEVANTIER AGE: 86 • CHERRYHILL EdwardJ.Kaminskiof Brigantine,NJformerlyof Voorhees,NJpassedaway onFebruary24,2016atthe ageof80. BelovedhusbandofHelen Kaminski(neeKaye).Lov- ingfatherofLisaSimmons, JoEllenCarpino(Mike)and KathleenHoff(Rick).Dear grandfatherofChase,Jake, Hannah,Julia,Kevin,Jolie andNicky.Caringbrother of LorraineKaminskiand friendofmany. Hewasbornandraisedin Camden,NJ,attendedCam- denCatholicHighSchool, Mt.SaintMary’sUniversity andspenthiscareerinthe computersciencefield.He wasanAirForceVeteran. Edwasalsoaformermem- beroftheBrigantineYacht ClubandtheBrigantine Elks.Heenjoyedfishing, boatingandspendingtime withhisfamily. Familyandfriendsarein- vitedtoattendhisviewing onSundayevening,Febru- ary28thfrom7:00–9:00PM andagainMondaymorn- ing,February29thfrom 10:00–10:30AMatHEALEY FUNERALHOME,9White HorsePike,HaddonHeights, NJ.HisMassofChristian Burialwillbecelebrated Monday,11:00AMatSt.Rose ofLimaChurch,300Kings Highway,HaddonHeights. Burialwillbeprivate.Inlieu offlowers,pleasesenddo- nationstotheAlzheimer’s Association,DelawareVal- leyChapter,3EvesDrive, Suite310,Marlton,NJ08053. www.healeyfuneralhomes. com. EDWARD J.K AMI NSK I A G E :80•B RI G A N TI N E MorganA.Kucharski,of Westville,passedawaysud- denlyonFebruary25,2016, atage25.Beloveddaughter ofColleenandWilliamRolle andAlbertKucharski.De- votedsisterofBrooke,An- dreaandFrancisBardon, AmandaKellyandJessica Rolle.Deargranddaughter ofMaryannJanson.Loving auntofThomasPalmer,Lu- kasBardon,ConorDiRocco, AlexisGalante,PageBrz- dek,AidenBardonandAa- liyahGalante.Morganwas a2009graduateofGateway HighSchool.Therewillbea viewingfrom6to9pmMon- dayeveand10to11amTues- daymorningatGARDNER FUNERALHOME,RUNNE- MEDE.FuneralService 11amTuesdayatthefuneral home.Intermentprivateat therequestofthefamily. Inlieuofflowers,donations maybemadeinMorgan’s memorytoChildren’sHos- pitalofPhiladelphia,Diabe- tesCenterforChildren,34th &CivicCenterBlvd.,Phila- delphia,PA19104-4399.Fam- ilyandfriendsmayshare memoriesatwww.Gardner- FuneralHome.com. M O R G A N A .K U C HAR SK I A G E :25• WE S T V ILLE February 26, 2016. Husband of Cookie Berger. Father of Amy (Mitchell) Berger Altschuler and Julie (the late Robert) Lish. Grandfather of Lauren Altschuler, Jonathan Lish, Andrew Altschuler and Samantha Lish. Brother of Temmy (Sam) Mintz. Graveside services will be Sunday at 1:30 pm at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, NJ. Shiva will be observed at the home of Julie Lish on Sunday and at the late residence on Monday. Contributions can be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, www. lls.org GERALD “JERRY” BERGER CHERRY HILL, NJ neeDottieJeanMerrill, passedon2/20/16.Services: Monday,2/29/16.Viewing 9-11am,Service11:00am. AsburyUnitedMethodist Church,2220WoodlynneAv- enue,Woodlynne(Oaklyn), NJ08107–BagwellFuneral Home. D O TTIE J EA N “ D O R O THY ”  MERRILL  H OO D A G E :81• Lily (nee Franceschi) Krasovetz went home to be with the Lord on February 24, 2016 age 96 years and formerly of Gibbsboro, NJ. Devoted wife of the late Martin. Mother of Mary Martha (J. Anthony) Brown, Martin (Mary Ann), Kristen (Barbara), Kevin (Karen), a sister Ada Gomilar, Lily also is survived by ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A memorial mass will be held Monday, February 29, 10:30am at St. Andrews RC Church, Gibbsboro, NJ, where family and friends may call 9:30am. Interment will be held at the convenience of the family. Final arrangements entrusted to LILY  NEE FRANCESCHI  KRASOVETZ AGE: 96 • FORMERLYOF GIBBSBORO Passed on 2/19/16. View Mon 6pm-9pm & Tues 9am- 10am at Iglesia Maranatha Rosa de Saron, 956 Reeves Ave., Camden, NJ. Int at Morgan Cem. www.mayfu- neralhomes.com. NELSON SANTIAGO SANTIAGO AGE: 53 • KEARNEY, NJ Patricia (Whelan) Schmidt of Turnersville and Avalon, NJ died on Feb. 26, 2016. Age 76 yrs. Beloved wife of the late Walter, devoted mother of Christopher, Matthew, and Stephen, loving grandmother of Ashley, Megan, Alexander, Adam, Alice, Ruth, and Natalie, dear sister of Margaret(Whelan)Grocott and Jay Whelan. Private viewing for family and friends at NORTON FUNERAL HOME 1232 S. Black Horse Pike Williamstown, NJ 08094. To sign the guest- book visit www.nfhnj.com. PATRICIA  WHELAN  SCHMIDT AGE: 76 • TURNERSVILLE AND AVALON JoeIacovelli “Slugger” 06/14/1942-02/27/1998 Todayisthe18th anniversarysincewe lostyou.Youwill alwaysbeinourhearts, minds,prayersand neverbeforgotten. LoveAlways, yourwifeRita, andyourchildren Joey,Anthonyand Gina,andyour grandchildren Domenicand Gianni PLEASESIGNTHEGUESTBOOKATCOURIERPOSTONLINE.COM/OBITS OBITUARIES 5accused of false Sandy fund filing TRENTON - Five peo- p le are charged in New J ersey with filing false a pplications for Super- storm Sandy relief funds. Prosecutors allege the suspects, in most cases, sought money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In many cases, prosecutors say they a lso applied for funds f rom a Sandy relief pro- g ram funded by Housing and Urban Development, low-interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration, or assistance provided by the state’s Human Services Department. The amount of the f unds obtained ranged from $32,759 to $174,051. I f convicted, the sus- p ects would face up to 10 y ears in prison and fines of up to $150,000. 6dead puppies found near fight PHILADELPHIA - A humane official says he’s found six dead puppies in a trash can near a suspected dog-fighting site in Philadelphia. George Bengal, the d irector of enforcement for the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, says he found the dead puppies and a live adult pit bull outside what he b elieves is a stash house for a dog-fighting crew. B engal says he is hop- i ng the gruesome disc overy can now help him get the Germanton house boarded up or torn down. Another dead dog w as found inside the h ome. Phila. police: Man t hreatened officer PHILADELPHIA - P hiladelphia police have j ailed a man they say threatened to “blow an officer’s head off” before the man could be subdued with a stun gun. T wenty-year-old Shar eef Haynes is jailed on a ggravated assault, ter- roristic threats and other charges for the confrontation Wednesday e vening with Officer Mic hael Edwards. P olice say Haynes walked up and knocked on the window of Edwards’ car and the offi- c er asked if Haynes needed help. Instead, E dwards made the threat then tried to hold the door shut. Edwards called for help and eventually got out of the car. That’s w hen officers say Edwards pulled his hands o ut of his pants and made a shooting gesture, but didn’t have a g un. Veronica Haynes s ays her son has mental p roblems, and she’s thankful he was subdued and not shot. Gag order denied in 1991murder case NEW BRUNSWICK - A judge has denied a gag order sought by prose- c utors against the lawyer of a mother charged in the 1991slaying of her 5 -year-old son in New Jersey. The judge on Thurs- d ay denied the motion in the case of Michelle Lodzinski, who has pleaded n ot guilty to killing Timothy Wiltsey in 1991. The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office had sought a gag order against attorney Gerald Krovatin for statements he gave to The Associated Press about the case f or an article published e arlier this month. They said Krovatin’s state- m ents could have taint- e d the jury. Krovatin said a gag order would have violated his First Amendment rights. Lodzinski has maintained that Wiltsey disappeared from a Sayre- v ille carnival. His remains were found about ayear later in Edison. —Associated Press REGION ROUNDUP

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