Mastodon Formal Wedding Dresses and DennisDemaree
Formal Wedding Dresses and DennisDemaree
All the website of the daily journal's obituaries from past week
Dorothy(Heggan)Abrams, a belovEd mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother, diEdPeacefully with her children by her side on sept.7, 2013, after a courageous battle on life support.Sudden illness took her rapidly as she wasPlacEd in the south jersey healthcare, now known as inspira mEdical center vineland.Born during the great depression on nov. 8, 1931, and raisEd in Winslow Township, DorothystartEd work at an early age on her family's farm.Later in life she workEd as a sales clerk, waitress and seamstress.Once retirEd, she workEd as a security guard for the jayceePlaza highrise, where she residEd for 20 years.Those who knew her can admit that her favorite job was being a mother and homemaker.Having raisEd eight children in the town of atco andProud of each and every one, she was constantly catering to their neEds by just being there for them.Mrs.Abrams had a great sense of humor;Even during her last dying days, she lovEd to makePeople laugh.She enjoyEdPlaying thePiano, singing, sewing and knitting.Along with those, she was an avid bingoPlayer. Dorothywas famous for making the best cheesecake andPumpkinPie.Mrs. Abrams is survivEd by her children,Phyllis Ann Hicks, DorothyS.Willson and thomas b.Abrams, all of cumberland county;10 grandchildren in Orlando, Fla., and 20 other grandchildren residing here in New Jersey;A sister, audrey leadly and husband james leadly;And a brother, wayne heggan of waterford works.PrEdeceasEd are children lewis, ervin, david, susan and billie jo.Relatives and close friends of the family are invitEd to attend dorothy's memorial service at noon saturday at the barr funeral home, 2104 e.Main st., Millville.To noon. In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made in memory of DorothyAbrams to the National Diabetes Association.APrivate burial will takePlace at a later date.Allen, 70, of temple, texas, and formerly of millville, diEd tuesday, sept.10, 2013, in Temple.Joan was born on sept.22, 1942, to the Rev.P. Richmond and DorothyF.Comer.She is survivEd by her daughter, barbra christner and her husband weber otaviano, and two grandsons, zachary and Derek, all of marietta, ga. ; her brother, JohnComer and his wife Alberta of Salt Lake City, Utah;Her brotherinlaw, sam dilks of cherry hill;And nieces and nephews. She wasPrecEdEd in death by herParents and her sister, Eleanor Dilks.Joan grew up in several new jersey towns, including hightstown, absecon, gloucester and millville. She graduatEd from Millville High School in 1960 and attendEdPfeiffer University in North Carolina and Emory University in Georgia, where she studiEd nursing and servEd as thePresident of her senior nursing class.She livEd in temple for years and had many dear friends there.Joan lovEd to read and she lovEd cats.In the rocap shannon memorial funeral home of millville.Burial will follow in the friendship cemetery of buena.Paul UnitEd Methodist Church in Temple, Texas. 8, 2013, at the University ofPennsylvania Hospital inPhiladelphia after a lengthy illness.Born in bridgeton, he was the son of john and rebaBaglio and the husband of laurie munyonBaglio.He was a lifetime resident of haleyville and attendEd haleyville unitEd methodist church. He was an avidPoolPlayer and was a member of the AmericanPoolPlayers Association and the Millville Elks Lodge. Surviving are hisParents, John and RebaBaglio Sr. ;Wife, laurieBaglio;Son, jeffrey maxie jr. ;Daughters, heather maxie and sara spinelli;Brothers, johnBaglio jr.And harry"Buddy"Baglio;And grandchildren, julianna and abigail spinelli, haileigh and emma maxie.Funeral services will be held at the hoffman funeral homes, 2507 high st. ,Port Norris, on WEdnesday at noon.Interment will be in haleyville cemetery.To noon.15, 2013. He was born inPhiladelphia to the late Angelo and Rafaella (Petrocco)Besada.He movEd to vineland at the age of 11 years old and remainEd a lifelong resident.Joseph workEd for many years as a glass bottle inspector/packer for wheaton glass in millville and also for the veteran's association. He was a member of the Glass MoldersPlastics Union (Gmp)And a loyal member of the moose lodge. For 25 years he sang with the Singing Ambassadors, havingPerformEd in manyPlays including "The king and i," "Christmas carol," "Phantom of the opera"And many others.He enjoyEd fishing, gardening, spending time outdoors, traveling, going on cruises and trips to atlantic city, but mostly spending time with his three granddaughters and his family.He is survivEd by his wife of 44 years, vita(Fodera)Besada of Vineland;Daughters and sonsinlaw, anna marie and joseph calvitti, and joanne and richard demaria jr. ;Three granddaughters, giulianna calvitti, Graduation Dresses giabella demaria and milana demaria;And nieces, nephews and cousins. He wasPrEdeceasEd by hisParents, Angelo and Raffaella (Petrocco)Besada, and stepsister, Bertha Mijares.He will be missEd and forever lovEd by his family. from Divine MercyParish, 23 W.Chestnut ave., Vineland.Entombment will follow in sacrEd heart cemetery garden mausoleum, vineland.Arrangements are under the supervision of rone funeral service, 1110 e.Chestnut ave., Vineland.12, 2013, in the Inspira MEdical Center Vineland.Mike was born in latvia, immigratEd to south jersey in 1947 and settlEd in millville, where he was raisEd before marrying and moving to vineland.Army veteran. Mike retirEd in July of 2012 as the school business administrator for thePort Republic School District.His whole career was in Education working throughout south jersey.He was a member of the nea, njea and the school business administrators association.Mike was a longtime member of the st.Nicholas old orthodox church, millville, and has been attending the holy trinity russian orthodox church, vineland.He is survivEd by his wife of 49 years, josephine(Bruno);One daughter, michele(Ed)Darr; one son,Paul Cibuliew;Two granddaughters, rebecca and victoria;Two sisters, irene bird of millville, and genette and gerald robeson, tenn. ;Two brothersinlaw, frank(Ruth)Bruno of vineland and anthony(Jennifer)Bruno of warren;As well as many nieces and nephews. at thePancoast Funeral Home, 676 S.Main road, vineland. The church service will bePrivate for the family as well as the church family.His funeral liturgy will be celebrated at 10:30 on Monday in the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church, 2211 W.Landis ave., Vineland.Burial will be in the st.Nicholas orthodox church cemetery, millville.For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to the elwyn institute(For monroe group home), 1667 E.Landis ave., Vineland, NJ 08361.13, 2013, in Genesis Millville Center after a brief illness.She was born july 25, 1913, in denver, colo., to Jack and Zoe A.Condon. As a very young girl, she residEd in famous hotels her father managEd, including the BrownPalace of Denver. After attending grade school, herParents sent her to The Training School at Vineland and over the next 86 years she would live in several of the facility's cottages, apartments and group homes.She enjoyed working with staff, including cooking and cleaning for many of the residents.She had many hobbies, including knitting, drawing and basket weaving.She loved to travel and going to the casinos.Possessing a boundless joy forPeople and life, Zoe's remarkable story was featurEd in a frontpage article of the Daily Journal in 2001. She celebratEd her 100th birthday over three days thisPast July by going to a casino, restaurants and a late night of karaoke and chair dancing. She is survivEd by many dear friends, including Carrie andPat Siconolfi of Vineland, and Shelley andPaul Southwell of Denver.Relatives and friends will be received on tuesday, sept. at thePancoast Funeral Home, 676 S.Interment to be in denver, colo.For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to the elwyn institute(For jason group home), 1667 E.Cox jr., 66, of Leesburg died suddenly Wednesday, Sept.11, 2013, from injuries of a motorcycle accident.Born in millville, he was the son of the late wayne d. and DorisPolhamus Cox and the husband of Sharon Errickson Cox. Wayne was formerly ofPort Elizabeth and residEd in Leesburg thePast 28 years.Army.He retired from gerresheimer glass as a mechanic. He was a lifetime member and former captain of the Leesburg Fire Company,PastPresident of union Local No.7, member of Bear and Bear Cubs Motorcycle Club and the NRA.He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, hunting, fishing, gardening and his grandchildren.Surviving are his wife, sharon;Daughter, tina and her husband gary;Sons, wayne iii and his wife tiffany, jay, and jesse cox and his wife vanessa;Grandchildren, kristyn, amanda, reannah, wayne iv"Bubby,"Jenna and kyla.Interment will be in leesburg cemetery. Curry, 82, of VinelandPassEd away Sunday, Sept.8, 2013, in the Inspira Medical Center Vineland.Born in bartow, ga., he has been an area resident for 45 years.Surviving are his children, stella davis, sammy moye jr.And willie james moye, all of vineland.In the edwards and son funeral home inc., 208 E.Commerce st., Bridgeton.Interment fordville cemetery, fairfield township.Davy iii,"Jackie,"52, of Williamstown died Monday, Sept.9, 2013. Born inPhiladelphia, Jackie was a lifelong resident of Williamstown.He was a lifelong truck driver and was a member of the mjd trucking family business.He was affectionately known to many as"Captain jack. "He was a member of the knights of columbus and was a retired member of the williamstown fire company.Beloved son of john and doloresDavy.Devoted father of jonathanDavy.Dear brother of dianeDavy and michael(Florence)Davy.Loving grandfather of lillian.Loving uncle of ariana and carli. BelovEd companion ofPam Loudin.At the bellhennessy funeral home, 420 s.Main st., Williamstown.At st. Mary's Church/Our Lady OfPeaceParish,Main street and Carroll Avenue, Williamstown.Interment st.Mary's cemetery, williamstown.Box 5018, hagerstown, md 21741.Demaree, 93, of Bridgeton diEdPeacefully at his home after an extendEd illness on Sunday evening, Sept.15, 2013.The husband of the late e.IvaDemaree(Ayars), who died in 1999, he was the son of the late Alva and Eliza HyattDemaree.Mr.Demaree was born in gastown, ind., and had been a 40year resident of his current address.He worked for over 35 years in quality control at the former owensillinois glass company in bridgeton.He is survived by one son, dennis c.Demaree sr.And his wife betty a.Demaree of millville;Five grandchildren, donna chew(Preston), Carol Lane(Derek), Catherine Jeffries(Robert), Denise Farley(Charles)And dennis c.Demaree jr. (Karrie);Eight greatgrandchildren, kristen moler(Jayson), Steven Chew, Michael Dimacale, Caitlin, Morgan and Charles Farley Jr., and Rebecca and DennisDemaree III;And three greatgreatgrandchildren, alexis, madison and ryleigh moler. He wasPrEdeceasEd by a son, James E.Demaree; and six sisters, Cleo Taylor, Dot Oliveri, ClaraParker, Mary Gilman, Alta Harvey and HelenDemaree.Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service at the freitag funeral home, 137 w.Commerce st., Bridgeton on WEdnesday afternoon September 18th at 3 o'clock where friends will be receivEd from 2 until 3.The interment will be at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, the family urges contributions to be made to alzheimer association, 3 eves drive, suite 310, marlton, nj 08053.
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