GRANDIZIO, Louis A., III Suddenly, On October 29, 2009. Age 49. Of Audubon Park. Loving husband of 12 years to Theresa Ann (nee Watkins). Cherished son of Dorothy T. and the late Louis A. Grandizio, Jr. Devoted father of Louis Michael, Daniel Steven, Gina Marie, Anthony James and Alisha (Ray) McClinclock. Loving brother of Thomas A., Dottie Grandizio-Burke, Lisa (Kim), Anthony W. and Cynthia (Scott) Grohowski. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Lou worked nine years for Audubon Cesco. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend his viewing on Monday evening from 6 to 9 pm and again 9 to 10 am at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: 851 Monmouth St. Gloucester City, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 10:30 am at St. Mary's R.C. Church: 426 Monmouth St., Gloucester City. Cremation will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, donations in Lou's memory to the Louis A. Grandizio, III Memorial Fund: P.O. Box 358, Gloucester City, NJ 08030 or to the American Heart Association : 1 Union St., Suite 301, Robb-insville, NJ 08691. Please write in the memo: Louis A. Grandizio, III. Expressions of sympathy www.mccannhealey.com
Post by ForeverThere on Nov 3, 2009 15:01:54 GMT -5
Helen A. Walters (September 26, 1917 - November 2, 2009)
On November 2, 2009, of Sunrise Assisted Living at Woodbury Lake, formerly of Audubon, NJ. Age 92 years.
Beloved wife of the late William H. Walters. Dear mother of Carole and the late Robert Munyon, Patricia and the late Richie Rose, Marie and Robert Rickel and Janice and Joseph Neal. Also survived by 13 Grandchildren, 20 Great Grandchildren and 2 Great Great Grandchildren.
Mrs. Walters was a former member of the Audubon Park and Clementon Senior Citizens Clubs. She was also a former longtime resident of Audubon and parishioner of Holy Maternity R.C. Church.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing on Friday 10:00-11:00AM at the Church of the Holy Maternity, 431 W. Nicholson Road, Audubon, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:00AM. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr, NJ. The family suggests memorial contributions to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053. Arrangements by the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, Audubon, NJ.
Raymond L. Skala, Jr., age 64 of Woodstown, died Friday, October 30, 2009 in Cooper University Hospital in Camden.
Born in Woodbury on April 14, 1945 to the late Raymond Sr. & Rita (McCann) Skala, he was an electrician for Chrysler in Newark, DE for over 35 years, enjoyed fishing and golfing and was an active member of the Woodstown Moose.
He was a beloved husband to Lois (Robinson) for 43 years; a dedicated father of Colleen DeBosier(Michael), Sean(Julie); Kerry Johnson(David), and deceased infant, Cheri Jane. Loving grandfather of Meghan, Luke, Nate, and Natalie. Dear brother of Henry(Patricia), Mary Anne Foley(James), Thomas(Kathy), James(Kathleen), and the late Rita Drumm(Charles).
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 AM Wednesday, November 4th in St. Joseph’s RC Church, 51 Broad St., Woodstown. A viewing will be held from 6 to 9 PM Tuesday evening and from 8:30 to 9:30 AM Wednesday morning in the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME, 102 S. Main St., Woodstown. Burial will be in Lawnside Cemetery in Pilesgrove.
Arrangements are under the direction of the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE in Woodstown, 856.769.1515.
The Skala family lived on Chestnut Street in Audubon.
Last Edit: Nov 3, 2009 15:06:14 GMT -5 by moodyblues
In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king. In the land of the insane the half-wit is king. - POGO
Post by ForeverThere on Nov 5, 2009 13:22:59 GMT -5
Lois Ann Colclough
COLCLOUGH, Lois Ann (nee DiOrio), on November 3, 2009 after a brief battle with cancer. Wife of 44 years to William J. Colclough, Sr. of the Local Union 351 of Electricians. Mother of William J. Colclough, Jr. of Collingswood, Craig C. Colclough (Jennie) of Haddon Township, and Scott P. Colclough (Connie) of Franklinville. Grandmother of Julie Colclough.
Lois was born in Camden and raised in Mount Ephraim where she graduated from Audubon High School in 1964.
She lived in various places before settling in Franklinville 18 years ago. Lois was a social butterfly and enjoyed computers, online scrabble and wine tastings. She loved taking care of her house plants.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing on Saturday, November 7, 2009 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the BARCLAY FUNERAL HOME, 208 Maple Street, Clayton. Service at 11:00 AM at the funeral home. Entombment Hillcrest Memorial Park, Hurffville. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to the American Cancer Society 1851 old Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. Sign the guestbook and send condolences at www. BarclayFuneralHome.net
Post by ForeverThere on Nov 11, 2009 13:07:17 GMT -5
Elsie B. Frishmuth (February 22, 1928 - November 10, 2009)
Elsie B. Frishmuth (nee Rainear), age 81 of Audubon, passed away on Tuesday November 10, 2009 at Lourdes Medical Center, Camden.
Mrs. Frishmuth was born in Elizabeth, NJ and had been a resident of Audubon for the past 70 years and was a graduate of Audubon High School, class of 1946. A dedicated wife and mother Elsie spent all her married years as a homemaker who raised and nurtured her family. She was a lifelong fan of the “Phitin’” Philadelphia Phillies and enjoyed taking trips to try her luck the Atlantic City casinos. Mrs. Frishmuth was a member of the American Legion Murray-Troutt Post #262 Ladies Auxiliary and the Young at Heart both in Audubon.
Elsie is the wife of the late Thomas L. Frishmuth and is survived by her daughter Gail K. & her husband John L. Maisch of Washington Twp. She is the proud Grandmother of John & his wife Tara, Andrew Maisch and Great Grandmother of John Michael Maisch.
Relatives and friends are invited to join the Frishmuth family to remember and pay tribute to Elsie on Saturday between 1 and 3 pm at the Henry Funeral Home 152 W. Atlantic Ave. Audubon where a service of remembrance will be celebrated at 3pm. Inurnment will be held privately. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Legion Murray–Troutt Post #262, 20 Chestnut St., Audubon NJ 08106
Post by ForeverThere on Nov 14, 2009 15:07:25 GMT -5
Helen C. Adams (November 23, 1912 - November 12, 2009)
Helen C. Adams, age 95 of Audubon, passed away peacefully on Nov. 12, 2009 at the Victorian Assisted Living in Chatham, MA after a brief illness. She was the beloved wife of the late Paul M. Adams who died in 1990. Helen was born on November 23, 1912 in Philadelphia, PA., she was the oldest daughter of Leo and Margaret Laskowski, who had seven children.
She was a devoted mother and grandparent who enjoyed time with her family and friends. Helen was a successful Avon sales Representative for many years and passionate about pinochle, reading and time at the Jersey shore with her husband after retirement.
Mrs. Adams is survived by her son Paul V. Adams and his wife Anne-Marie of Harwichport, MA. She is also survived by her grandchildren Paul J. Adams and Karen A. Mahoney; brothers Joseph & Harry Laskowski; two great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her four siblings, Stanley Laskowski, Florence Holzer, Clara Goldschmidt and Margaret Thomas.
Relatives and friends are invited to join the Adams family to remember and pay tribute to Helen on Monday November 23, 2009 between 9:30 and 10 am at Holy Maternity Church 431 W. Nicholson Rd. Audubon where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am, Fr. Michael Hegarty, Celebrant. Inurnment and graveside tribute will follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Philadelphia. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Chatham Nauset lions Club, 86 Captain Bearse Lane, Harwich, MA 02645
Post by ForeverThere on Nov 19, 2009 13:37:03 GMT -5
David J. Harris, Sr. (January 6, 1926 - November 18, 2009)
On November 18, 2009, of Audubon, NJ. Age 83 years. Dear father of David J. (Karen) Harris, Jr. and Steven B. (Donna) Harris. Also survived by seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Brother of George, Bradford Jr. and the late Guy.
Mr. Harris was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing on Saturday 9 to 10:30 AM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. Funeral service will follow at 10:30 AM. Interment Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken, NJ.
SCOLERI, Matthew On November 16, 2009, of Audubon, age 27. Matthew is survived by his wife, Adrianna (nee DiTomo) and loving daughter, Ava Francesca. He is survived by his parents, John and Joyce, brother, John David and 1 nephew, John David, Jr. all of Audubon. He is also survived by his maternal grandmother, Betty Mettler of Westville. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Friday 6 to 9 PM at EVOY-BANASZ FUNERAL HOME, 129 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday, 10AM at St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church, 4th Avenue & Kings Highway, Haddon Heights. Interment, New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr, NJ.
Post by ForeverThere on Dec 2, 2009 15:18:41 GMT -5
Ruby D. Lindholm (January 26, 1918 - December 1, 2009)
Ruby D. Lindholm (nee Davis), former Audubon NJ resident for 44 years, passed away on Tuesday December 1, 2009 in Corpus Christi TX. She was 91.
Beloved wife of the late Walter R. Lindholm, Ruby is survived by her son James W. Lindholm, her three grandchildren, Tami Lindholm, Kimberlee Stewart, Candi Repka and five great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are invited to join the Lindholm family to remember and pay tribute to Ruby on Monday between 10 and 11 am at the Henry Funeral Home 152 W. Atlantic Ave. Audubon where funeral services will be celebrated at 11 am. Interment and graveside tribute will follow at Harleigh Cemetery, Camden.
Post by ForeverThere on Dec 19, 2009 22:47:20 GMT -5
I just received the following ~ may all our prayers follow Roy and support his loving family!
It is with deep regret that I write to inform you all that on the morning of Friday, December 18th Roy Neale passed away, just shy of his 71st birthday.
Because Roy's contacts were so many and the family did not know each of them personally, the family thought it best to pass the news to all of his cyber and long distance friends using the most expedient method.
During the summer, Roy was notified that he had cancer as a result of a standard blood test. Before the type of cancer could be determined, Roy began experiencing escalating severe lower back pain and great fatigue. The oncologist diagnosed Roy with a cancer that attacks the bone marrow, Multiple Myeloma. The pain that he suffered made it quite challenging for him to get in the proper position for doctors to perform an MRI to find the damage that had already been done. Finally, after many weeks of attempts to do the necessary testing, the doctors came to the conclusion that they would need to do an Open Stand Up MRI. He was admitted to the hospital for this type of MRI because the insurance company would not pay for it as an out-patient. It was discovered that the cancer had weakened the vertebrae causing severe damage to 4 discs in his lower back. Within a few days he was released from the hospital and began radiation treatments immediately. At this stage, Roy’s prognosis was very good; the doctors said that the cancer was a slow moving cancer and very treatable. In late November, Roy began showing symptoms similar to an intestinal flu but, it was not so simple, he did not get better. Thanksgiving Day, Roy became very ill; paramedics had to come to take him back to the hospital the following day. Radiation treatments were halted while this illness was investigated. Several days and several tests later lead doctors to the conclusion that he had a severe bacterial infection. The infection was not immediately given a name; it took more than a week to determine that he had Sepsis. Sepsis causes the immune system to go into overdrive, overwhelming normal processes in your blood, resulting in the forming of small blood clots and blocking blood flow to vital organs. Quickly his body began to shut down, taking his prognosis to the extreme negative.
In his last days; the final MRI reading revealed 6 shattered discs, his kidneys, liver and respiratory system were failing, then intermittent episodes of coma. In regard to his wishes, life support was discontinued. The wonderful staff assigned to care for him cleaned him and made him comfortable. In the presence of his wife and their four children, he passed peacefully, comfortably and quickly.
Roy was quite an intelligent man.He had the unanticipated, dry sense of humor and always looked forward to the next time he could make one laugh. He was a friend to everyone, he loved to party, loved to travel and do geeky things on his computer. Roy was not always the most physically affectionate yet, his affections for others were shown in other greater ways. He was truly a benevolent, gentle man that will be deeply missed by many.
Mary, his wife of 26 years, will miss him deeply. Happily they were able to share one last great adventure together traveling across Northern US and Canada. Mary states that she is very thankful that they were able to take that one last trip, they absolutely had the time of their lives. Because Roy loved to travel, she has scores of fond memories, pictures too, of their times and travels together to reminisce through the years ahead.
All of his children will miss him greatly too! Jack, Denise and Jane recall the warmth of his presence in their lives. They've expressed the many good times spent at Roy's favorite get-away in the Outer Banks, North Carolina. The youngest of Roy’s children, Holli, will miss him most I think. Holli has lived in Ohio for the last few years and did not get to spend much quality time with him since. Neither enjoyed talking on the phone but, often shared emails to share their thoughts. She says that he was always dad to her even though she always called him Roy and they did not exchange much affection that was obvious to others. She expressed an immense heartfelt love, respect and appreciation for him. She said she will greatly miss receiving his weekly messages, listening to his late night stories, the persistence of his humor and the comfort of knowing him as her one true confidant.Regretfully, plans to join him on his yearly trip to the Outer Banks to celebrate his 70th birthday belated was cancelled.
This Christmas the family will gather to celebrate Roy's life and the great times they shared with him.
If anyone should wish to express condolences, please do not send flowers, rather make an in-kind donation to the Cancer Society in the name of Roy Neale. You may find more information on donating to the local Cancer Society at www.cancer.org/ <http://www.cancer.org/>
Friend On Behalf of the Neale Family
Funeral Services: Wednesday, December 23rd:
Viewing: *Open to Family and Extended Family Time: 10AM – 11AM Henry’s Funeral Home 152 West Atlantic Avenue Audubon, NJ 08106
Short Service & Interment: *Open to All Friends Time: 11:30AM - Friends Meeting 45 Friends Avenue Haddonfield, NJ 08033
Bereavement Refreshments: *Open to All Friends 313 Cranford Rd Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Post by ForeverThere on Dec 20, 2009 8:59:11 GMT -5
Horace Robert Barber (Hank)
BARBER, Horace Robert (Hank) Age 64, of Houston, TX, passed away at home Wed., Dec. 16, 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born August 10, 1945 in Phila., PA to Horace and Harriet Marsh Barber. He lived happily in Houston since 1991. Mr. Barber was a graduate of Villanova University, a veteran of active duty with the Air Force National Guard, and was President of H. R. Barber & Company. He is survived by his wife of thirty years, Myra Walkovik Barber, and his daughter, Alexis Barber. He was preceded in death by his son, Christian, sister, Cynthia Barber Norstad, and his parents. Funeral service to be conducted at 11AM Tues., Dec. 22, 2009 at St. Martin's Episcopal Church, 717 Sage Road, Houston, TX 77056. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be directed to St. Martin's Episcopal Church or to the Salvation Army, 1500 Austin St., Houston, TX 77002.
Post by ForeverThere on Jul 26, 2010 11:18:22 GMT -5
Michael "Steiner" L. Steinbach (May 8, 1984 - July 23, 2010)
Suddenly on July 23, 2010, of Audubon Park, NJ. Age 26 years.
Beloved son of Karen. Dear cousin of P.J. Also survived by many other family members.
Steiner enjoyed his music, Mt. Ephraim Little League baseball and basketball and Oaklyn Cougars football.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Wednesday Evening 6 to 7 PM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. A time of sharing will begin at 7 PM. Interment private.
Post by ForeverThere on Jul 28, 2010 12:30:28 GMT -5
Paul M. Dare Jr. (January 11, 1933 - July 26, 2010)
Age 77 of Audubon, passed on Monday July 26, 2010.
Mr. Dare was born in Camden, NJ and had been a lifelong resident of Audubon. He is predeceased by his parents Helen and Paul M. Dare Sr. Paul is the beloved husband of Mary Dare (nee Munn). He is survived by his sister-in-law Marion Munn, brother-in-law Albert Munn Jr. and niece Joyce Munn. Mr. Dare is also the loving cousin of George (Joanne) Carlisle, Mary Lou, Penny Watson and Bobby Watson. Paul is also the proud uncle of Chris (Megan)Byrne as well as the great uncle of Adain and Liam.
Mr. Dare received his Masters in Education from Rutgers University and went on to teach Business Courses for 35 years in both the Cherry Hill High School Districts as well as at Triton High School. Paul was an active member of the Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church as well as the secretary and treasurer for the Mullica Hill Rifle and Pistol Club. He also belonged to both the NJ Federation of Sportsmen and the Salem County Federation of Sportsmen Club. Mr. Dare enjoyed spending his free time fishing and woodworking.
Relatives and friends are invited to join the Dare family to remember and pay tribute to Paul on Friday between 9:30 and 11 am at Henry Funeral Home where funeral services will be celebrated at 11 am. Interment and graveside tribute will follow at Overlook Cemetery, Bridgeton, NJ.
Post by ForeverThere on Aug 3, 2010 14:33:06 GMT -5
Pamela Rawlinson (February 13, 1943 - August 2, 2010)
On August 2, 2010, of Audubon, NJ. Age 67 years.
Beloved daughter of the late Louis and Lillian Rawlinson. Survived by childhood friends, Phyllis, Diana, Norma and Eileen and dear friends, Joe and Fran Guida, Donna and Jim Rogers, Sandy Low and Marge Bolland, all of Audubon.
Pam was a longtime member of Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church in Audubon. She loved animals, gardening and decorating for the holidays.
Funeral Service will be on Friday 11 AM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. Interment Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, PA. Friends may call Friday 10 to 11 AM. Memorial donations may be made to People for the Poor, P.O. Box 821, Bellmawr, NJ 08031.