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Jeffrey was a loving husband and a devoted father to our three children. Jeff was also Jeffrey B. Adams June 19, 1968 – October 15, 2006 many other important things. He was a son, son-in-law, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin, grandson, a nephew. He was a handsome man with a big infectious smile and beautiful blue eyes and blonde hair. He had a sense of humor that was unforgettable. He had a natural talent for making people laugh… oh how we would laugh! We miss that. Jeff was a hard working man. He worked in the Elevator Industry. He had a dream of owning his own Elevator Company and calling it UP N Adams Elevator. Although many do not know this, he achieved that dream… for a moment. Jeffrey was a talented and intelligent man. He had many hobbies. He loved to hunt and fish and play golf and hockey. He was an awesome chess player and usually beat anyone who had the nerve to go up against him. Beyond those things Jeff loved his family and his friends. He was kind and generous, romantic, and thoughtful. A good man who is missed by all who knew and loved him. Milton Baez The special years will not return when we were all together. But, with the love within our hearts you will walk with us forever. We think about you everyday. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone. Until we meet again. Your wife, and family. Andre Lamar Bell “Dre” July 31, 1985 – June 11, 2007 “Dre” was a happy, fun-loving, peace-seeking and giving individual. He always displayed positive energy which became contagious to those around him. “Dre” was known for his sincere, bright and warm smile, a smile that could light up a room. His hobbies were participating in football and basketball, his favorite ways to spend his pastime. Michael Cammon Michael lived life his way. He was determined to have a normal life as possible. He managed Cystic Fibrosis; he didn’t allow Cystic Fibrosis to manage him. He succeeded in having a normal life, under difficult circumstances. He was really quite a guy. He only wanted a “Normal Life”. Stephen Michael Celia Steve’s time on earth was abbreviated, but his impact was GIGANTIC!!! His nature was friendly, caring and loving with an extra dash of humor. He made the world a warmer, kinder place in his daily existence. He is our benchmark in life as the best son, brother uncle and friend. His legacy of love resides in us and all he touched. Garry Ronald Crowell, Jr. April 11, 1974 ~ June 28, 2006 Garry always made sure he helped anyone who needed help. Even after he passed away he was still able to help others by donating his organs! We miss and love you! Mommy, Bobby, Staci and MaryRose Charles E. Dean Charlie worked hard all his life. He was the kind of guy who would easily give you the shirt off his back. I remember he brought a lady home once who was temporarily homeless and she wound up becoming a lifelong friend. His selfless act was instrumental in helping this lady heal her family relationships and go on to have a productive, fulfilling life. I am honored to have been his wife for 15 years. Kathy Geri Lynn DiMaio, Ed.D. Dr. Geri Lynn Di Maio, Born in Bloomfield, NJ. Geri Lynn had worked for the National Office of Boys and Girls Clubs of America as Director of at Risk Youth and Gang Prevention and Intervention. She earned her doctorate degree at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her smile touched the soul of everyone she met. The world is a better place because of her. William M. Donnelly, Sr. Bill Donnelly always had one more story to tell. In his absence we’d like to tell his story. Bill always enjoyed an impromptu get-together as he lived for laughter and family. He made you feel welcome and wanted. He taught us a lot; to follow our own hearts and minds, to enjoy life, that sarcasm could really mean that you’re loved, and he taught his grandson how to run a flea market stand. Bill gave more than he ever took -- to whoever needed, from whatever surplus he had-- including those homemade pumpkin breads. He did good deeds, even though they are often punished. He lived each and every last day to the fullest and died content knowing he did all he wanted to do. Bill provided countless memories so that he can January 20, 1936- January 3, 2007 live forever in the hearts of all of us who loved him. Janice Diane Fazekas Your pictures are a constant reminder of how much I miss you in my life. I miss your smile and your laughter, for you are my soul mate always and forever. I know you were weary the day God called you his way and I know heaven is a better place today. You have given to me what every person seeks in life, a friend, a lover and someone who sought life to it’s fullest. Your love of making quilts is a constant reminder that your love carries on. Phyllis Foote Always in our thoughts We miss you. We love you. Roger and Jim Phillip J. Frank Phillip J. Frank was 31 at the time of death. He was a very loving, caring, and kind hearted person. Phillip loved his family (mother, father, sister, two nephews, fiancée and extended family and friends). Phillip attended Delsea High School and graduated in 1995. Phillip was from South Jersey and then moved to North Jersey. Phillip loved the shore, spending time with family, going on trips to Pennsylvania, New York, and Florida, but most all his dog Vila. Phillip will always be beloved and never forgotten. We all love you Phil. George Gacser George Erik Gacser was born and raised in Hungary. He came to the United States in 1957 during the Hungarian Revolution. He loved gardening, cooking, photography, playing soccer and working on the computer. He was a wine enthusiast who enjoyed reading The New York Times and watching hockey games. He was a very generous person who loved to help people. His wife, Ruth, and children, Ava and David, miss him very much. Richard A. Gangaware Rich was a wonderful husband, a great dad, a great grandfather (popi), and a good friend. He was a scout leader and loved camping. He will never be forgotten and will live forever in the hearts of his loved ones. Byron Goundrey 1988-2007 “Reach for the Stars” was your motto, and now you are the brightest star in the heavens. We see your light and feel your warmth each day as we live our lives to honor you. You changed the world and touched many hearts. The earth is different because of you. We miss you so very much! Najeeb Green-Lewis I Dreamed Of Being An Angel I dreamed of being an angel Dressed in pure silk white gown I once looked up to heaven above And now I am looking down. I see how it all used to be Living life day after day Trying to understand how it happened Why God didn’t want me to stay. As he came down from heaven He took me by the hand “Blessed are thee my little angel Let me take you to my holy land.” Although the doctors had done All they could do for me I wasn’t ready to go just yet Why did this have to be? “My dear child”, God said to me “I know this may not seem fair This is the way things must be This is how much I care.” I knew then what he meant as we Ascended to his mansion in the sky Now that I’m living with him I no longer have to ask why. Perhaps he knew of worse to come Had he chose to let me stay I spread my wings and fly with him To take my place with him today. TO OUR BELOVED SON & GRANDSON Now that I’m one of God’s angels NAJEEB A. GREEN-LEWIS, AGE 12, Dressed in my pure silk white gown KILLED BY A HIT AND RUN/DRUNK DRIVER I am now at peace with our God APRIL 16, 1995 – MAY 3, 2007 As with his love I am crowned. OUR ANGEL YOU WILL BE MISSED, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN” (Written by Juanita J. Smalls) Mark Joseph Henderson Mark was a loving son, brother and father. He was bright and cared about everyone. He took care of his two boys who meant everything to him. He was a hard worker and always smiling. Edward F. Hill III He lived to give a friendly word, a smile, and a helping hand to those around him. His life was a song of love and praise and gratitude. The melody goes on. Hadiyyah Jones A beautiful person who was full of life. She would always say she wanted to be a rapper. Hadiyyah will always be in our hearts, always and forever. Rest on baby. You’re very missed and we’re always thinking of you each and everyday. Ronald C. Hurt Beloved Husband, Father, and Grandpa He loved the country and the West Virginia mountains. Ronald was laid to rest in the stream below the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia We Love you and miss you! Love, your Family Rudolf William Thomas Kelly A gentle giant, loyal to a fault, his smile could gladden the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him. He loved his friends, his schools, anyone who could teach him something and above all, he loved his family. We miss your smile. Sierra Kerber Although Sierra was only seven when she died she filled our hearts with love. Her smile would light up the room. We called her Peanut because she was petite, but don’t let that fool you because she was larger than life. Sierra was a giving child she donated her hair to Locks for Love and was proud to do it. We miss Sierra, but knowing her death helped so many people is a comfort to us. Sierra would approve and be proud. Bill Kubala July 2, 1963 – March 11, 2007 Bill was a wonderful husband and devoted father. He was loved by all his family and friends. He was a calming influence who touched everyone he met. We are forever changed by having him in our lives. You will always be in our hearts! We miss you so much! Eugene Arthur Locke, Jr. To my beloved son, Eugene This is mom, sharing the words of love to you. Through the same spirit god shares his love for us… Sharing and caring of our great creator, for ever and ever our hearts links together. Love mommy Mike Messeroll William Michael John Messeroll 22 years old. Born May 30, 1984, killed December 24, 2006. We love you so many words cannot express how much you are missed. You’ve touched so many lives. You were a son, brother, grandson, nephew, friend, cartoonist, pilot, engineer, chef, inventor and so much more. How much more you could have been, we will never know. You were a gift to us, now you are a gift to others. Nine months later, we still see you everywhere, memories surface everyday. Your family and friends will never forget you and pray for you every day. You’ve reminded us of what is truly important in life. We love you Mike. James Michael McCaffrey Our dear brother Jimmy, Throughout your life you taught us compassion, patience, kindness, justice, forgiveness, to love unconditionally, how to have a great time, and to appreciate life’s bounty. “We are all better people because of you.” Thanks Jimbo! Until we meet again, we love you. With respect and gratitude, Your family. Richard O. Meyer Rich was one of the kindest people you could ever meet. He was a loving husband, brother-in-law, uncle, God- father and friend. He loved football (huge Rams fan!!). He was completely devoted to his wife Jan of 28 years. She has been terminally ill for the last 3 years and he often wondered what he would do without her. A strange twist of fate took him suddenly when he died in November of a brain aneurysm. He is sadly missed and forever in our hearts. Shard’e Moore “Thank you. It meant so much to me to receive a letter from you. I will always miss my angel, but I am so happy to hear that your baby is doing well. I hope he continues to do well and grow to be healthy and strong. Although it was a difficult decision, I now feel good knowing I made a difference in your family’s life.” Shard’e’s mom Paul Morales At my dad Paul Morales’ funeral one year ago, someone noted that they will always remember him with a book tucked under his arm and I thought to myself, wow that is true. I was so used to him around that I never really noticed that. It just shows how much we take our loved ones for granted. I thought that I would be taking care of him until his old age. He quit smoking, quit drinking and worked so hard. I thought he earned the right to be here a very long time. But we lost him at only 65 years young from a heart attack. My dad was everything a father and a husband should be: caring, responsible, thoughtful and present for every important event with kind and loving words. He was a joker, passionate about old movies, books and stories about the good ol’ days. He is missed by his loving wife, Gloria, only child Kristine, son in law Paul, and grandchildren Jaden and Lucas (who he loved to call “Cool Hand Luke” after one of his favorites, Paul Newman). John Allen Noecker When John and I were first married, we sang with the Bach Choir. Cantata 106, God’s Time is the Best Time was one of our favorites. This month, 50 years later, I’ll be singing this cantata again, but without the love of my life in the tenor section. The following verse is the Chorale of Cantata 106. In this section, the men sing Jesus’ promise to the thief as they die together on the cross: “Today you will be with Me in Paradise”, while the women calmly sing the serene acceptance of death and redemption. Chorale In joy and peace I pass away Trusting in his promise sure, Whene’er God willeth. In death I sleep, calm and secure. The fears that vex my anxious soul His love stilleth. -J.S. Bach, Cantata 106 Donna Lynn Petrasek Life can’t be counted in candles or measured in years that have flown--- It’s counted in kindnesses, close friends and loved ones and in all the sweet blessings we’ve known. Donna, you were one of those blessings that touched the lives and hearts of so many. We don’t know why sad things happen. We can only know all precious things live on in memory forever. We love you and miss you, Mom, Mark and Laura Jamie Marie Pruitt September 19, 1961- December 28, 2006 Jamie was a kind, compassionate and outgoing woman. She loved sports and she loved animals. Gone but not forgotten. Love you, Mom Tony Sandulow On September 26, 2006 the Sandulow Family was changed forever: a wife lost her soul mate, best friend and lover. The children lost their father, hero and silent rock of the family, and a son in-law lost a dad. Our family was and still has a special bond, but at times it was taken for granted. Especially believing that all families are great like ours, until we became a little older and realized that our family is very rare. Many self sacrifices were made so we can have a great life full of amazing memories: our short day trip adventures, endless days at the beach and family cruises that allowed us to grow as a family and share in these adventures. Our Tony (Daddy) taught us that a healthy relationship was one were loving mommy was first, we saw that as children and adults too. When we felt that the world around us was falling apart, our family was still strong. You taught us to believe in ourselves, in being honest and loyal and instilled a strong work ethic and to always persevere in life and love! We will forever miss: your laid back personality, silly laugh during movies, your obsession with remotes and wrist watches, love of country music and football Sundays, gardening and making the pool ‘perfect’, your endless affection towards Saphie, your beautiful blue eyes and just being the most amazing dad and husband! Manuel Sargo To our dad, our brother, our friend, We are trying to exist in a world where you are no longer. You are and always will be our daddy, our brother, our best friend, our world! Nothing in our lives was real until we shared it with you. Our hearts are empty and our minds are numb. We will forever be hugging you and talking to you in our dreams. You will forever be in our hearts and always traveling with us in our souls! We miss you and we love you!!! Ginny Salvatore You will always be remembered for your beautiful smile ~ a smile that came from the heart. You were always so happy, caring, and giving. Making others happy was your gift to the world. We love you and miss you. Your husband and son, Tony and Matthew Rahma’an Smith To Rahma'an, You grew up to be a great young man, caring, loving and willing to help those you could. You loved Life and lived yours everyday with so much enthusiasm and energy. Those who knew you knew that you were "One Of A Kind"! You could make the sad and angry people laugh if given the opportunity to be apart of your life, letting everyone know that regardless of the circumstances life was well worth living. You lived everyday like it was your last. We Love You and you will never be forgotten. Pop, Mom & Khalilah Erica Vallario It’s been a year since you were taken from us on that terrible night. Erica, you were our beautiful daughter and only child, full of energy, excitement and so much promise. We miss you very much and think about you all the time. You are a special hero to three people whom you helped through The Sharing Network. You will always be our angel.
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