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Wade McDaniels Jr.

 
Wade McDaniels Jr.

Wade McDaniels Jr. of Willingboro , NJ passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 9, 2021. Life Celebration services will be held on Monday, March 15, 2021 11 AM at The St. Mary UM Church, 483 St. Mary Street, Burlington NJ. Family and friends may view from 10 AM until time of service. Interment: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington, NJ. Service to the family by TL Hutton Family & Friends Funeral Services, Burlington, NJ.  

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Deacon Lloyd Eric Griffith Sr.

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Deacon Lloyd Eric Griffith Sr.

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Deacon Lloyd Eric Griffith Sr. was born April 14th 1931 in Triopath, Saint Andrews Barbados to the late Osbourne Wilkinson & Clarice Alinda (Gill) Griffith.    He was the 3rd oldest of seven children born of this union.  He was married to his late wife Mattie Griffith for 52 years.  Lloyd would recount his younger days and how he lovingly remembered his mother and how she would tenderly share with her neighbors and family what little they had.  Those values and love were represented and taught within the Griffith household.  Our father worked 7 days a week and sometimes 10-14 hour days to provide for his family.   To say that he was a hard worker does not even begin to capture his dedication and commitment to his family.  He worked for several years at Glidden Paint Company before moving onto Sybron Chemical Company where he retired.  Even after his retirement, he took a position with Buttonwood Hospital and worked there for several years before permanently retiring.  As children growing up, if you ever heard “Wait until your Daddy gets Home”, you knew that you were in deep trouble.  However, He disciplined us with great patience and wisdom.  On one such example, he used the representation of the chicks or baby birds and how they were dependent upon the parents to bring food back to the nest.   He likened that to our Mother and gave us guidance in respecting her and loving her for all that she did for us.  That was his way, simple but profound with always a reference to GOD’s great love.   Similarly, he took Mom to church every Sunday morning and they would pray together before anyone else arrived.  Even after her departure, he would still open the church up every Sunday morning and pray and get it ready for the parishioners.   Even now, he has paved the way to show us how to be more loving, caring, patient, forgiving, respectful, and dependent upon HIM, that is able to keep us from falling.

Dad leaves behind to cherish his memory four brothers, Ruben, Leonard (Yvonne), Ronald, and Samuel; eight children, including three sons, Frank Davis Jr. (Tameko) of AL, Lloyd Griffith Jr., and Samuel Griffith (Belinda), of NJ; five daughters, Laverne Henry (Harold-deceased) of FL, Gwendolyn Griffith-Marrero (Joseph), Francina Kemp of NJ, Shirley Griffith of HI, and M. Cathy Griffith of NJ.  In addition, he leaves eighteen grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren, one great great granddaughter and two great great grandsons: and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends

Life Celebration services will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 10 AM at The St. Mark Baptist Church, 545 Lakehurst Road, Browns Mills NJ. Family and friends may view from 9 AM until time of service. Interment: Zion Cemetery, New Egypt, NJ. Service to the family by TL Hutton Family & Friends Funeral Services, Burlington, NJ.  Service will be live streamed at 10 AM at www.TLHuttonfuneralservices.com

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Robin Lynn Hallett

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Robin Lynn Hallett

“Ms. Fabulous”

Robin Lynn Hallett was born October 22, 1959 in Princeton, New Jersey to the late Pearlymae Wright and Leroy K. Hallett Jr. To most, she was known as “Robbie,” “Boobie” or “Aunt Robin“. She entered Heaven’s gates on March 5, 2021. She was preceded in her death by her mother, Pearlymae Wright, her father, Leroy K. Hallett Jr., step-father, William C. Wright, her grandmother, Hannah “Grady” Spearman, her brothers, Kevin and Leroy Hallett, one sister, Alrita Bennett, and one niece Erica Rucker.

Robin first grew up in Hightstown, NJ, Etra Road and later in Willingboro, NJ where she graduated from Willingboro High School in 1977. She later attended Pierce College where she received her Associates Degree in Accounting. She was an accountant for the Department of Labor with the State of New Jersey for over 30 years. She retired from the State of New Jersey in 2015. She also had a love for crafting and event planning.

Robin had a vibrant personality and a heart of gold. She was always the most fabulous person in the room and truly dressed to impress. Every room she entered was blessed with her infectious energy and vibrant personality. She truly left glitter wherever she went. She graciously helped anyone in need and always went that extra mile to make her family and friends feel special. She had a passion for shopping, going out to eat, planning events, going to the casino, and spending time with family and friends.  

Robin loved her family unconditionally. She leaves to mourn her sisters, Betty and Channie of Mt. Laurel, NJ and eight special sisters, Janella, Shelly, Claudette, Florence, Elsie, Robin Morrison, Robin Oliver and Erica Slaughter; her uncles, but more like her brothers, Joseph “JoJo”, Julius “Lee”(Yvette) , of Willingboro, NJ and Silas “Butch” of Rhode Island, one aunt, Jackie of Rhode Island; two nephews Michael (Kristina) and Erick ; three nieces, Pearlann (Cornell), Ebony, Cherese (Jeremy) and three special nieces, Jessica from Mt. Laurel, Nya from Georgia and Nayima from Levittown; two goddaughters Asha Quant from Texas and Sheray Norfleet from Florence, NJ ; seven great-nephews Naize (Bri), Quishon, Jeremiah, Ezra, Elijah, Ace, Sire and Zaven, ten great- nieces Xzyla, Laurean “Rachel”, Cyanci, Nyla, LaNyce, Mila, Sophia, Zenna, Maliah and Erica; and two great great-nephews Joziah and Lorenzo all from New Jersey; five special cousins, Barbara “Bobbi,” Dawn, Rev. Saunders “Poochie”, William “Billy” and Shaunta; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She also leaves behind numerous loving relatives, friends and loving ones who called her “Aunt Robin.”

The family wishes to thank all of those who cared for her during her time here on earth.

Life Celebration service will be private to the family. Family and friends may participate in a walk through viewing, Friday, March 12, 2021 10AM until 11AM at the TL Hutton Family & Friends Funeral Services, 869 Beverly Road, Burlington, NJ. Masks must be worn. Services will be live streamed at 11AM at www.TLHuttonfuneralservices.com

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