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Camden, New Jersey
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Friday, July 23, 1993
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8b COURIER-POST, Friday, July 23, 1993 John W. Howell Jr., 47, of Souderton, Pa., died Tuesday in his home after a lengthy illness. A former Camden resident, he was a member of the board of directors of Moyer Packing Co. (MOPAC), a meat packing company in Elroy, Pa. Born in Camden, Mr. Howell was a passionate collector of antique model railroad cars. He attended Edgewood Regional High School in Tansboro section of Winslow Township, where he was a drum major in the school marching band. He had lived in Souderton since 1971. He served as a general manager of MOPAC, along with his wife, Dolorea E., who is an executive vice president of the family-owned business. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his parents, Mary " Krug Howell and John W. Howell Sr. of Berlin Township; two sisters, Marianne, of Alstead, .' N.H., and Lois, of Vincentown; a brother, Robert of Atco; and many nieces and nephews. ; Memorial services will be held 'Al a.m. Saturday at the Eden ; Mennonite Church, P.O. Box 308, 609 Main St., Schwenksville, Pa. " 19473. Burial will be private in '.the church cemetery. ', A viewing will be held tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Sommers-; Sadler Funeral Home, 33 N. Main ; St., Telford, Pa. ; In lieu of flowers, memorial ', contributions may be sent either io the church or to the National ; Kidney Cancer Association, 1234 'Sherman, Suite 200, Evanston, 111. 60202. Helen Walukas, 74, of Pennsauken, died of natural causes Thursday in Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Cherry Hill division. Mrs. Walukas (nee Simero) was a homemaker. ' Surviving are two daughters, Mary Ann Paull of Audubon Park, and Helene Salvo of Penn-'sauken; two sisters, Nancy Garibaldi and Mary Turick; four Death Notices BAKER Florence of Camden, died Wednesday, July 21, 1993, age 89. Life resident of Camden. Survived by two sons, Leroy Brown and William Baker; onedaugh-ter, Catherine Brown; one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, all of Camden; fifteen grandchildren; thirty-eight great grandchildren; twenty-one great, great grandchildren; one devoted friend, Mr. Arthur Williams of Camden. Funeral Services will be Tuesday, July 27, 1pm at WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, 820-24 Kalghn Ave., Camden, friends may call after Ham. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. BAKER pn July 20, 1993. Ronald P. Of Atco, NJ. Age 54 years. Beloved husband of Edith f,nee Anderson). Devoted father of fconna Hamilton of Berlin, Damlan Baker of Atco, Theresa Baker of Atco, Beverly Shoemaker of Williamstown nd John Bakerof Atco. Brother of Elizabeth Kreschlck of Phlla., Dr. Richard Baker of Drexel Hills, PA and Robert Baker of Phlla. Grandfather of Alexis. Relatives and friends are invited to the Tuneral Saturday, 9:00 AM, at the lEROY P. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME, 290 White Horse Pike, Atco. JWass of Christian Burial 10 AM at the Assumption RC Church, W. 2nd St., Atco. Interment Atco Cemetery. Viewing Friday evening after 7:00 PM. Interment Atco Cemetery. CICERONE On July 22, 1993. Rose (nee I Feoiu. Beloved wife of the late John, of Llndenwold. aae 93 vears. Devoted mother nf voroiny baiio of Llndenwold and the late R Ita Lalll. Also survived by a son-in 4aw, Guy Lalll of Pennsauken. Loving Jrandmother of Lynn Sonk and Dr. Joseph Sonk, also great grandson Gregory. Dear sister of Alfred, Anthony, Bernard, and Anna Feoll, all of Phlla. Rela-Jlves and friends are invited to the fu- Turn your feelings into doners" CANDLELITE FLORIST Senring th Tri-County Area Open 7 Days All Major Credit Cardi & Mac Accepted STRATFORD 784-2255 COOK'S FLORISTS INC. 'Show You Care" 931-7168 931-7193 Bitch Hon Pik Hunnmds C. JACKEL 'Since 1907 9630007 Camden Major Credit Cards Accepted 1-800-257-9040 iuwi:i:s rou you Worldwide IMin'ry Open 7 Days All Major Credit Cards Accepted Clendora Soimrdala 939-2331 783-5151 NAPOU FRUIT BASKETS fruf Rackets t'of Ail Seasons For All Reasons 1-800-446-3437 Vim MasterCard Discover 0 E F'll grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Saturday at the Inglesby and Sons Funeral Home, Cove and Wyndam roads, Pennsauken. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will follow at the Bethel Memorial Park in Pennsauken. Helen G. Yates, 70, of Medford, died Tuesday in her home. Mrs. Yates, known as "Honey," was born in Lumberton and lived there for the past 40 years. She was a retired buyer for the G.R.M. Corp. in Lumberton. She was active in the Girl Scouts and taught Sunday school at Protestant Community Church in Medford Lakes. An avid golfer and bowler, she was a member of the Women's International Bowling Congress. She is survived by her husband, Arthur F. "Bing"; two daughters, Sandy Hunter of Browns Mills and Jo Ann Cub-berley of Medford; a sister, Kath-erine Hallowell of Lumberton; a brother, Philip J. Miksit Jr. of Vincentown and five grandchildren. Friends may call 12 p.m. Saturday at Mathis Funeral Home, 58 Main St., Medford. A funeral service will be 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Junior Mechanics Cemetery, Tabernacle. Memorial contributions can be made to Memorial Hospital of Burlington County Cancer Research Fund, 175 Madison Avenue, Mount Holly, 08060; or, Samaritan Hospice, 214 W. Second Street, Moorestown, 08057. Russell F. Pinizzotto, 64, of Hammonton, died Wednesday in his home after a long illness. Mr. Pinizzotto was born in Vineland. He resided in Hammonton for the past 41 years. He was a retired business administrator for the state's Bay-side Prison in Leesburg. neral on Monday from 8:15AM at FALCOCARUSO FUNERAL HOME, MOO Browning Rd., Pennsauken, N.J. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM In the Church of St. Lawrence, White Horse Pike, Llndenwold, N.J. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. Visitation and Vigil service at the funeral homeon Sunday after 7PM. COTTMAN On July 20, Jackie of Chesllhurst, N.J. Age 74 years. Wife of the late Howard. Survived by a stepdaughter Lorraine Duvene of Phlla. and a brother-in-law Harold of Atco. Funeral services Monday, 10AM, fromTheKNIGHTFUNER-AL HOME, 14 Rich Ave., Berlin, where friends may call after 9 AM. Interment Berlin Cem. No Sunday evening viewing. CROWDER Wesley Thomas of Atlanta Georgia, on July 17, 1993. Survived by daughter Linda, mother Dolly Crowder, sister Dr. Phyllis Scott, one grandchild, four great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to graveside services Monday July 26, 1993 10 a.m. at Sunset Memorial Park Pennsauken. Services under the direction of the CARL MILLER FUNERAL HOME. DAVEY Catherine E. Suddenly on July 21, 1993 of Springfield, Pa. Wife of the late Edwin E. Sr. Mother of Shirley I. Graham, George W. Altman and Herbert H. Ait-man Jr. Also survived by five grandchildren, three sisters and one brother. Relatives friends are Invited to her service Saturday 12noon at the McCAUS-LANDBATHURST FUNERAL HOME, 202 S. Chester Pike, Glenolden, Pa., were friends may call 10-1 1:30am. Interment Fernwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions In her memory may be made to The Eastern Star Home, Norrlstown, Rd., Warminster, Pa. 19403. FORCE Kathryn Jayne (nee I 1 Beebe)onJuly22, 1993of V "1 J Edgewater Park. Be- loved daughter of Bertha (Wolff) and the late Melvln Beebe. Dear mother of Joseph J. Force Sr. Sister of JamesM. of Willlngboroand Bonnie DeFinl of Parker, Pa. Grandmother of Joseph J. Jr. Also survived by one uncle Joseph Wolff of Burlington and Laura Anderson of Mt. Holly. Two nieces and two nephrews. Relatives and friends are Invited to her service Satur- jcOPPERFIELD I FOR ALL YOUR CATERING NEEDS I AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES I CALL COPPIRFIILD'S. I M-1077RT. 7) MT. LAUREL NJN064 IN MEMORIAM OF GINGER SNYDER In loving memory of my wife, Ginger. I have Lost my soul's companion, a life fused to my own. And day by day I mist you more as I endure life alone. Gone li your suffering, gone ii your pain. Now I weep, my tears In vain. No more suffering, your's now at rest. Gone to Heaven with the blessed. I love you and I miss you. Until we are together again, with all my love. CHET How do you say goodbuy to someone who has been there every second of your life? Every birthday, every Christmas, every heartache and every joy. It's been a year since you've gone, but know there Isn't day that goes by thatt we don't think of you. We miss you very much, but try to find peace In the faith that you so strongly showed every dsy Fo'ever In our hearts and our thoughts. WE LOVE YOU, MOMI Love LISA ANNE & DAWN MARIE A musician, Mr. Pinizzotto was a member of the American Federation of Musicians, Local 595, Vineland, playing in the Men of Music band. Mr. Pinizzotto was a former member of the Hammonton Exchange Club. He was also a former treasurer for St. Joseph's Booster Club and the Jersey Sky Devils. Surviving are his wife, Rosalie (nee: Scache); two sons, Russell F. Jr. of Dallas, Texas, and Robert J. of Egg Harbor City; a daughter, Rosemarie Warker of Harrison Township; three brothers, Frank of Glassboro, Angelo of Vineland and Sam of Hollywood, Fla.; a sister, Martina Di Persia of Vineland, and six grandchildren. Friends may call after 9:30 a.m. at Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. Third St., Hammonton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Martin de Porres Church, South Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton. Burial will be in Holy Sepul-cher Cemetery, Hammonton. The family requests that memorial donations be sent to St. Joseph Booster Club, 133 N. Third St., Hammonton, NJ 08037. Arlene J. Griese, 47, of Cherry Hill, died Tuesday in her home after a long illness. Born in Hillside, Union County, Mrs. Griese (nee: Francese) was a homemaker and a resident of Cherry Hill for the past 15 years. She was also a former resident of Sterling, Va. Surviving are her husband, Kenneth F. and two daughters, Lisa A. and Andrea L. both at home; her mother, Martha Francese of Toms River; a brother, Carmine Francese of Deerfield Beach, Fla. Friends may call today between 3 and 5 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m. and between 8:15 and 9:15 a.m. Saturday at the Bradley Funeral Home, Route 73 and Evesham Road, Marlton. day 11am from INGLESBYGIV-NISHE'S OF MAPLE SHADE, 600 E. Main St. Interment Manahat Cemetery. Viewing 10-llam at the funeral home. Memorial contributions to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, South Fork-landing Rd., Maple Shade, NJ. would be appreciated. GRADZKI On July 21, 1993, Helen (nee Golon) of Pennsauken, NJ. Wife of the late Michael. Mother of Mary Ann T. Gradzki. Grandmother of Michael A. Gratzki. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial 10am Saturday at Mary Mother of the Church, Bellmawr. There will be a viewing from 8:30 to 9:30am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, 126S. Black Horse Pike, Runne-mede. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, Chews Landing. GUERTIN-CHILCOTT On July 21, 1993 Lily E. (nee Deacon) Age 82 years. Of Merchantvllle, N.J. formerly of Pennsauken, N.J. Beloved wife of the late Clarence Guertln. Dear mother of Robert A. Chllcott Jr. and his wife Catharine A. of Pennsauken. Loving grandmother of five. Loving great grandmother of thirteen. Mrs. Guertin-Chilcott was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, the AARP, and Merchantvllle Nutrition Site 5. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend the funeral service 11 a.m. Monday at the STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 33 W. Maple Avenue Merchantvllle, N.J. Where a viewing will be held beginning 7 p.m. Sunday eve. Interment Private. If desired Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, Maple & Chapel Aves., Merchantvllle, N.J. 08109 in memory of Lily. HAMILTON Rev. Henry T. of Woodbury. Age 86. On July 19, 1993. Survived by wife Anna (nee Townsend); a daughter Audrey Hamilton; two sons Harold and Lonnle; two sisters Mildred Ross and Grace Giles; a brother William; 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Services Saturday, 11 AM, at the First Baptist Church, Mail Ave., Deptford, where friends may callafter9AMand also Friday, 6-8 PM, at the church. Interment Gates of Heaven Cemetery, Mt. Royal. Arrangements by BAGWELL FUNERAL HOME, Penns Grove. KIMLER On July 22, 1993. Teresa N. (nee Quatrochl). Wife of William Donald Kimler MD of Collingswood, NJ. Also survived by a brother Carmen Quatrochl. A sister Lillian Dolan. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass Monday 10am at the Church of St. John, Park & Lees Ave., Collingswood where friends may call from 9:30am until time of Mass. Interment Harlelgh Cemetery, Camden. A Rosary Service will be held Sunday eve. 8pm at the BLAKE-DOYLE FUNERAL HOME, 226 Colllngs Ave., Colllngs- f - yy T A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary Church, Springdale Road, Cherry Hill. Burial will be in Colestown Cemetery, Cherry Hill. John J. Jacobs, 62, of Monroe, died Thursday in the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mills. Born in Philadelphia, Mr Jacobs, known as "Jack," lived in the Williamstown section for the past 30 years. He worked for 40 years at Lincoln Graphics in Cherry Hill as a lithographer before retiring in 1985. Mr. Jacobs was a sergeant in the 82nd Airborne Division during the Korean Conflict. He is survived by his wife, Marie (nee: Spence); a son, Jack of Williamstown; two daughters, Anne Marie Mozer of Bricktown, and Barbara Levin of Turners-ville; a bother, Robert of Harleys-ville, Pa.; five sisters, Margaret Peterson of Camden, Elizabeth Bennert of Moorestown, Catherine Zubyk of Philadelphia, Dorothy Harding and Mary Cameron, both of Florida; and seven grandchildren. Visitation will be 9 a.m. Saturday at the Bell-Hennessy Funeral Home, 420 S. Main St. in Williamstown. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Saturday. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Williamstown. Richard J. Simone, 61, of Medford, died Wednesday in his home after a short illness. Mr. Simone was the manager of field support for General Electric Government Services in Cherry Hill. He also served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. Born in Camden, Mr. Simone lived' in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., before moving to Medford 17 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Margaret (nee: Bates); two sons, Richard of Millville and Michael of wood. The family request memorial contributions to Cooper Hospital Foundation, 108 Kings Hwy. E Suite 300, Haddonfleld, NJ 08033. KOENIG OnJuly22, 1993Winnie(neeMaglll)age 67yrs. Wife of Albert M. of Barrington, NJ. Mother of Sherry K. Keiling of Stockhome, N J., Joyce A. Smith of Carson City, NV. and Matthew G. of Powder Spring, GA. Grandmother of Ann-marle Valenza, Melissa Smith and Kathryn Koenig. Also survived by a niece Barbara Chew. Relatives and frlendsare Invited toattend the funeral service, Saturday 8pm. at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, 126 S. Blackhorse Pike, Runnemede, N J., were there will be a viewing after 7pm. Interment private at the convenience of the family. The family request In lieu of flowers' that donations be made to American Cancer Society, 410 White Horse Pike, HaddonHts, NJ 08035. LAW V-lv Edward F. On July 22, f h 1993, of Cherry Hill,NJ. V Age 83 years. Accoun- -L- tant for 42 years with AT&T. Beloved brother of Emma M. Law of Cherry Hill with whom he resided. Also surviving are 1 niece and 4 nephews. Funeral services and Interment at Arlington Cemetery were held private. Memorial contributions maybe made to Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mllls,NJ. Family serviced by SNOVERGIVNISH'S OF CINNAMINSON. McCOLGAN Rev. Charles P., Pastor of Most Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, Westvllle Grove, on July 21, 1993. Aged 63 years. Beloved brother of John, Marorie, Kathleen McColgan, and Mary Frasler. Relatives and friends may attend the viewing Sunday, July 252-8 PM In the Church. Mass of Jesus, the High Priest Sunday 8 PM to be celebrated by the Most Rev. James T. Schad, Retired Auxiliary Bishop. The Funeral Mass Monday 10:30 AM in the Church. Interment New St. Mary. Cemetery, Bellmawr, Inquiries concerning the Funeral Arrangements may be made to the McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St., Woodbury (845-0888.) MONCZEWSKI On July 22, 1993. Henry J. of Brooklawn, N.J., age 81 years. Beloved husband of the late Theresa (nee Markert). Dear father of Robert H. of Williamstown, a daughter-ln law Bonnie, two grandchildren, Denise and Christine. Also survived by a special friend Alice Rokla of Llndenwold. Family and friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday 8:45AM at the McCANN FUNERAL HOME, Brown & Monmouth Sts., Gloucester City. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM at St. Maurice Church, Brooklawn. Entombment New St. Marys Mausoleum, Bellmawr. Viewing Sunday evening 7 to 9PM. The family request that memorial donations be made to: Make A Wish Foundation, 326 Morris Ave., Elizabeth, N J 07208. PLUMLEY On July 22, Arleen (nee Dougherty) of Sewell, N. J., formerly of Berlin. Age 59 years. Survived by her husband Joseph R.; a brother John R. Dougherty of Mt. Laurel and three nieces. She was the co-owner of Horse'n Around Tack Shop and Mt. Pleasant Quarter Horse Farm of Sewell. She was a member of The American Paint Horse Assn., The American Pinto Horse Assn., The American Quarter Horse Assn., all of Texas. Funeral services Saturday morning, 10AM, from TheKNIGHTFU-NERAL HOME, 14 Rich Ave., Berlin, where friends may call after 9 AM. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill. No Friday evening viewing. New Castle, Del., and two grandsons. Friends may call Saturday from 9 to. 10 a.m. at Bradley Funeral Home, Route 73 and Evesham Road, Marlton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at St. Mary of the Lakes Church, Jackson Road, Medford. Burial will be at Berlin Cemetery, Berlin. Darlene Mae Beakley, 49, of Paulsboro, died Wednesday at Underwood-Memorial Hospital, Woodbury. Mrs. Beakley was born in Camden and moved to Paulsboro in 1965. In between, she lived in East Greenwich Township. A housewife most of her life, Mrs. Beakley was a 1964 graduate of Kingsway High School in Swedes-boro and a member of the Zion Methodist Church in Clarksboro. She was also a former crossing guard for the borough of Paulsboro. Mrs. Beakley is survived by her son, John D. Carney of Gibbstown and daughter, Heather Carney of Paulsboro; her fiance, Arthur Nunes of Paulsborj; her former husband, John Carney of Sewell; her mother, Nellie Ferrell of Clarksboro; a brother Herbert Ferrell of Paulsboro; and a sister, Betty Earley of Florida. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at Landolfi Funeral Home, 300 W. Broad St., Paulsboro. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Saturday. Burial times are not yet complete. Henry J. Monczewski, 81, of Brooklawn, died Thursday at West Jersey Hospital, Camden. Mr, Monczewski was the former owner and president of Till Paint Co., with stores in Woodbury, Camden, Vineland and Voorhees. He was a Brooklawn resident for more than 50 years. Active in community affairs, he formerly was a scout master for Brooklawn Pack 66 of the Cub REUSS On July 21, 1993, Francis John. Age 70 years. Of Audubon, N.J. Survived by a son John of Bellmawrand six daughters Marie of Mantua, Floss of Magnolia, Nancy of Franklin ville, Cookie of Woodbury, Patricia of Gloucester Twp. and Pauline of Laurel Springs. Also survived by a brother and sister Joseph C. Jr. and Joyce, both of Runnemede, N.J. 15 grandchildren and 3great grandchildren. He was a former custodian for The Bellmawr Board of Education and served during W.W. II in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1945. Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Funeral under the direction of The DUBOIS FUNERAL HOME, 700 White Horse Pike, Audubon, N.J. RIEFLER Rachel P. On July 18, 1993. Memorial services will be held Sat., JHy 24, 1993 at 1pm In the Haddonfleld United Methodist Church, Chapel, Warwick Rd. Haddonfleld. RUGGERIO On July 22, 1993, Mamie (nee LaLena), beloved wife of the late Nicholas Rug-gerio, formerly of Haddon Helghts.NJ. Age 89 years. Survived by 2 sons Dr. Anthony C. Ruggerio of Haddonfleld, and Russell B. Ruggerio of Pennsauken. A brother Frank LaLena of Berlin, 2 sisters Carmella DeMarco of Atco and Katherlne LaLena of Berlin. 6 Grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial on Monday 10am at St. Rose of Lima Church, Fourth Avenue at Kings Highway, Haddon Heights, where a viewing will be held after 9am. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. Family request memorial contributions be made to Camden County Heart Assc, 600 W.H.Pk, Audubon.NJ 08106. (HOLL-MURPHY OF HADDONFIELD) . TRACY On July 21, 1993 Elsie S. (nee Glaser) age 92 years, of Pennsauken, NJ. Beloved wife of Jonathan (Jack) Tracy and mother of the late E. Russell Snyder. Funeral services and Interment will be held at the convenience of the family under the direction of FOSTERS FUNERAL HOME, Collingswood, N J. WALUKAS Helen on July 22 1993 (nee Simero) age 74 of Pennsauken, NJ. Beloved wife of the late John V. Survived by daughter & son In-law Mary Ann & William Paull of Audubon Park, daughter and son Inlaw Helene and John Salvo of Pennsauken. Also 2 sisters Nancy Garibaldi and Mary Turick, four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend the funeral service Sat. 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home of INGLESBY & SONS, Cove & Wyndam Rds, Pennsauken. Interment Bethel Memorial Park. Friends may call 1 hour prior to services on Saturday. In Memoriam CENTENO In loving memory of Adrian (Tito) on his Birthday July 23. Happy 22nd Birthday Baby. We miss you very much. Wish you were here. Always together but never apart. Maybe In distance but never in heart. The memories we shared will never fade away. With a hope In my heart to see you again someday. We love you. Centeno Family and your wife Marie COSKY In loving memory of our husband and father "Bud", on his birthdny, July 23rd. There are no words that I can say exactly what J feel. The fact that youjiave i Scouts, as well as treasurer of the Brooklawn Athletic Association, the Bellmawr Tigers Athletic Association, and the Golden Seniors Racquetball Association of Cherry Hill. He was a life member of the Moose Lodge of Berlin and belonged to the 60-Plus Club of Brooklawn. He was a 20-year member of the Brooklawn Kiwan-is club. Mr. Monczewski is survived by a son, Robert H., and two grandchildren, Denise and Christine, all of Williamstown. ' A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Maurice's Church, 401 Community Road, Brooklawn. Friends may call Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the McCann Funeral Home, 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City. Kathryn Ginsbury Goodstein, 89, of Cherry Hill, died Thursday in the Leader Nursing Home, Bethlehem, Pa. An accomplished vocalist and pianist, she was a member and part of the choir at Adath Israel Congregation in Lawrenceville for many years. Mrs. Goodstein was a member of the Council on Jewish Women and a life member of Hadassah. Born in Philadelphia, she was a resident of Trenton for 60 years before moving to Allentown, Pa. six years ago. Surviving are a son, Karl S. of Cherry Hill; a daughter, Ann Schragger of New Tripoli, Pa.; a brother, Jack Ginsburg of Los Angeles; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. at Orland's Ewing Memorial Chapel, 1534 Pennington Road, Ewing Township. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton Township. A period of mourning will be observed on Monday and Tuesday evenings at the Goodstein residence, 7 Orchid Lane, Cherry Hill. gone away doesn't seem quite real. If I could have one lifetime wish, a dream that could come true, I'd pray to God with all my heart for yesterday and you. I think of you In silence and often speak your name, but all that's left to answer is a picture in a frame. A million times I wanted you, a million times I cried. If love could have saved you, you never would have died. You slipped away so very fast I couldn't say goodbye. I couldn't hold your hand and say don't leave me here to cry. I miss you very much and hated to see you go, but I hope ' before you left me you knew I loved you so. Sadly missed by wife Gladys and sons Dave, Ron and Family. DAVIS In loving memory our mother and grandmother Gladys on her 78th Birthday. We miss you very much Love your children, Doris, Andrewand grandchildren. DIXON In loving memory of Marie V. Dixon who passed July 23, 1991 In tears I sawyou sinking, I watched you fade away. My heart was almost broken you fought so hard to stay. When I saw you sleeping so peaceful, free from pain, I could not wish you back to suffer that again. Forever missed by Arnold, Diane, -Arine, Leona FRIEND Harry You're not forgotten, father dear, nor ever shall you be. As long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. Dan, Marlsa and kids FRIEND In sad and loving memory of our dad and pop-pop Harry (Happy) who died one year ago today. Our family circle has been broken, a link gone from our chain. But though we're parted for awhile, we know we'll meet again. Sadly missed by Bobby, Tommy, Terrl and Danny and families. McGOVERN In loving memory of my dear husband Joseph who passed away July 23, 1992. My dear husband, I miss you so much. You always had a special touch. When I'm by myself end think of you, I think of the day we said I do. That was the happiest day of my life, because you decided to make me your wife. God has taken you a year ago, and I sure do miss you so. I lived in sorrow for one whole year, and I have cried so many tears. I Know someday I'll see you again. Because you were more than a husband, you were my best friend. Sadly missed, your wife Ginny ROESCHER In sad and loving memory of our beloved daughter and sister Connie Lynn on the 16th Anniversary of her death. Memories are pictures taken through the years, pictures of a smiling face, a happy time, a favorite place, these pleasures time can not erase, they are kept as souvenirs. Your memory Is as dear today as the hour you past away. Sadly missed and dearly loved by Mom, Dad, Brothers and Sisters. SNYDER, (PENNA) In sad and loving memory of our sister Virginia, who passed away one year ago today. If all the world was ours to give we'd give yet and more to see you coming up the stairs and walking through the door. To hear your voice to see your smile to sit and talk with you a while. To be with you In the same old way would be our fondest wkh today. And even though we are apart you will live forever In our hearts. Very sadly missed by all youf brothers and sisters.

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