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Marcus Tullius Cicero
"The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living"
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Amber Nicole Hinton

Amber Nicole Hinton

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Amber Nicole Hinton was born on Friday, January 27, 1984 at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Turnersville, NJ.

Amber transitioned this life on Sunday, August 15, 2021 with her family beside her.

Amber was truly one in a million with a wild spirit, loving heart and beautiful smile.  She was truly adored and unconditionally loved by many.  She was loyal and true to her family and friends.

Amber was a life long resident of Glassboro, NJ where she received her formal education.  Though, not your typical athlete, Amber was known for her love of swimming and competed on the Glassboro HS swim team.

Ambers gentle heart and loving nature was experienced by many of the elderly she enjoyed caring for.

At the age of 23, Amber embarked on the greatest experience of her life.  She became a mother to her pride and joy, her one and only son Kehmii.  Amber learned her mothering skills from her strong family bonds and special attention from her big sister Quiana who was her second mom.

Amber and Kehmii’s bond was made even stronger when both mother and son accepted Christ and was baptized on the same day at Emanuel Baptist Church under Reverend Franklin E. Gosnell.

Amber was predeceased by her grandmother Jeanette R. Hinton who played an integral part in her early upbringing.

She leaves to cherish her memories her son, Kehmii Hinton. Parents: Frances Hinton, Harry Barnes and Louis Green. Grandmothers: Amanda Green and Julia Green. Sisters: Quiana Barnes, Amalia Thomas-Barnes, Janayre Green, Andre’a Wilmer, Janell Green, Jasmine Hampton, Nadia Smith.  Brothers: Andre Wilmer, Jermaine Green, Louis Allen Green Jr., Tyrone Smith (Smooch). Special niece and nephews: Naiyana Sabb, Keon Sabb, Amari Sabb and Xavier Sabb, and (16) additional nieces and nephews. (14) Special Aunts, (3) Uncles, including her special Uncle Lester Hinton and a host of cousins, friends and her special friend Anthony Bivins.

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Douglas Darby

Douglas Darby

Douglas Darby, also known as Dougie, Uncle Doug or Uncle Darby was born on October 7, 1940 in Buff Bay Jamaica, West Indies. He departed this life on October 26, 2021 at Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ.

 

 

Douglas was a resident of Burlington, NJ for nearly fifty years after living in Canada for several years. He was accountant  for Hooker Chemicals (which later became Occidental Petroleum Corporation) for over thirty years. After retirement, Douglas  became a tax preparer for H & R Block.

 

He was also a Board member at his condominium. He will be remembered for his political conversations, sense of humor & kind heart. He leaves to cherish his memory: his aunt Hazel Darby & his cousin Renee Darby both of the Bronx, NY, as well as a host of other relatives, family friends and associates.

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Eddie Bradley

Eddie Bradley

Eddie passed away peacefully at Samaritan Center at Mount Holly in New Jersey on November 16, 2021, at the age of 80. He was surrounded

and supported by his loving family and caregivers during his last days. Eddie was born on February 10, 1941, in Garysburg, North Carolina. He was raised by parents Susie Mallory and stepfather Joseph Mallory, Sr. preceded his death.

 

Eddie accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Smith Chapel Baptist Church in Halifax, NC. Eddie moved to Buffalo, NY where he fell in love with working with horses. With his hard work and dedication, Eddie became an owner of his own horse stable at Yonkers Raceway for over 30 years until his retirement. Eddie met Carolyn in Graysburg, NC and they married in Baltimore, MD in 1971. They lived in Harlem NY for many years before, Eddie and Carolyn moved to Columbus, NJ. They joined Union Baptist Church, where he loved being a member of the Church and singing with the Men’s Choir. Eddie was blessed, considerate, dependable, funny, humble, patient, prayerful, selfless, and thoughtful. He loved sports, gardening, walking, and appreciated spending time with his family and friends.

 

Eddie is survived by Carolyn Bradley, and his two sons Jarrell (Karen) Bradley Sr, Eddie Lee Bradley Jr., brothers Carnell (Chris) Mallory, Bob Mallory, Joseph Mallory Jr. sisters Darnell Mallory, Norlene Parker, Viola Mallory, and Patricia Garner. 7 grandkids Jarrell (Paula) Bradley Jr., Jabari Bradley, Dejon Green, Domonique Bradley, Shane Bradley, Semmaya Bradley, Jahlil Bradley, and 2 great grandkids Caliana Bradley and Isaiah Bradley, cousins, nieces, nephews, and longtime friends who were dearly loved.

 

Eddie will be sorely missed by his family and many many friends.

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Erma Tucker

Erma Tucker

Friday evening, November 19, 2021, Erma Jean Tucker became a part of that great cloud of Witnesses.

 

She was born to David and Essie Green in Pasadena CA, March 24, 1934; the fifth born of 11 children.  When asked, “where were you born?” Erma loved to respond, “General Hospital” Los Angles CA. As the TV soap opera, there truly was a General Hospital.  She loved telling her doctors, “I’m a California girl.”  And while at Active Day Adult Day Care she was lovingly called, “Miss Pasadena Queen” which she enjoyed hearing.

 

As a young girl Erma’s family moved ed to San Bernardino.  She attended school in both Pasadena and San Bernardino. Erma graduated from San Bernardino High School. She was a gifted seamstress and received an AA degree in fashion design from Los Angeles Technical and Trade School.  Her father helped her and Erma’s girlfriend, Zelma Douglas, to set up a dressmaking business, Zel-Jean Dressmaking, by letting them use a small building he owned.  There was nothing Erma could not make!  She even made her daughter a pair of gladiator style sandals.

 

At a young age Erma received Jesus Christ as her LORD and Savior. She was a member of and attended St. Marks Missionary Baptist Church, San Bernardino.  Erma loved the things of GOD and serving in the Church. She was preparing to go the mission field but met her love, Reuben Tucker.  They married March 25, 1956, becoming a wife to an Air Force serviceman. From their union they had six children. Erma traveled with Reuben to and lived in Japan, the Virginias, Kansas, Bermuda and finally New Jersey.

 

With her husband’s encouragement Erma began EJT Interiors.  For 34 years, starting in their basement then to a retail shop on Route 130 Willingboro, Erma created fine custom window treatments for both the residential and commercial client.

 

Erma has a servant’s heart, and you could always count on her to serve in the Church, the community and home wherever she lived. At Tabernacle Baptist Church (TBC) Erma served in the Pastor’s Aide, Chairwoman of Woman’s Day, Vacation Bible School and the Missions Ministry.  One of her joys was to help organize the annual missions conference.  Erma served on a short-term mission team with her daughter to Kenya, East Africa.

 

In the community Erma served as a Boy Scout Leader, PTA, McGuire AFB Handicapped Parents Support Group, President of the Negro Women’s Professional & Business Club of Willingboro, and LEADS.  Erma served on the Boards of the Boards of Family Services Burlington County, Burlington County Community Action Program, Prince Association for the Developmentally Disabled Inc and as President of the Burlington County Garden Club.

 

Erma loved to travel and with her sister Annette, traveled to Germany to visit her brother, Oliver and family.  Together, Erma and Annette they did a couple of European tours.  With Rev. Leon Sullivan’s non-profit Opportunities for Industrialization Center, Inc. Erma did a tour of several West African countries where OIC served.  Erma visited Seoul, South Korea to see her oldest son wrestle in the Olympics. She drove across the US to California carrying her friends, Marie and Ruth from Bermuda.  Erma loved to go and enjoyed taking the scenic route home.

 

Erma was a great Gardner and would spend hours in her garden. She had one of the most beautiful yards on the block.  She and the other gardeners of the Burlington County Garden Club share their passion for gardening beautifying

the grounds of the historic Roebling Inn Senior Home and the 202 Senior Home, Burlington. She was always willing to share her knowledge about plants, flowers and healthy eating. 

 

Erma loved her family and tried her best to join them wherever they were gathering because there was going to be good eating, laughing and plenty of fun.

 

Erma was a gentle, kind, sweet loving, giving, fun, noble woman of God; she was a Proverbs 31 woman. Erma loved people and would make friends wherever she went. She taught her children to be friendly and kind and expected them to get along with everyone. Erma gave to those had a need. Sending a box of food to a neighbor. While living in Bermuda she gave away the Christmas tree to a family down the street, whose parents was having a hard time; teaching us it was better to give than to receive.

 

Erma was preceded in death by her baby son Andrew; her father and mother; her beloved husband, Reuben; and siblings, David L Green, Oliver Green, Opal Green, Daniel Green and Patsy Green; her friends, Davis and Marie Tannock.  Left to celebrate her life and cherish her memory are son Reuben Desmond (Kelly); daughters, Loretta and LaRae; son David (Keiko) and son, Derrick; grandchildren, David, Joel (Erin), and Matthew; great grandchildren, Presley, Jordan, Oakley, Ava, Leyla and Charlize.  Erma is mourned by her living siblings, Zoie Coleman, Annette Overstreet, Roy Green, Lorena Dean (Lawrence), and Alonzo Green (Lois) and sister-in-laws, Maeva Green and Gloria Tucker and Sarah Tucker; and by her childhood friend, Verice Murdock Cruz; and by a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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Lorraine Whitley

Lorraine Whitley

Lorraine Whitley, affectionately known as “Rainy”  was   born on August

20,1959 to  Fertus Whitley and  Dorris Whitley in  Brooklyn, NY.

Lorraine later relocated to  Roebling NJ in  2014 to  be  near her 

children Cassandra Prince and  Donnell Whitley.

 

Lorraine was  a very devoted mother, grandmom, sister, fiance and 

friend. She  loved and  cherished her  family and  friends deeply and  always

made sure they knew she  loved them. Lorraine was  the  best  MOM

anyone could  pray  for.  She  kept  her  children close to  heart and  she 

would tell  them how much she  was  proud of  them both and  she  loved

them  unconditionally. One thing about “Rainy she  would let  andybody

know  that she  lived  her  life  for  her  children! She  made sure to  be

present for  every moment and  call  everyday twice a day  if not  MORE!

 

Rainy met  the  love  of  her  life  in  Newark, NJ in  1995.  Lorraine

enjoyed going out  shopping with her  daughter and  her  bestfriend

Debbie. Family knew that when “Rainy”  came aroud she  would not  only

be  the  life  of  the  party but  she  would also  be  dressed to  the  nines no

matter the  occasion! She  was  a die  hard Micheal Jackson fan  and  the

world would stop when her  jams  came on.  She  will  be  dearly missed

without a doubt but  one  thing Rainy did  was  make sure she  left  you  with

a memory that make you  smile from ear  to  ear!!

 

Lorraine was  preceded in  death by  her  sister Carolyn Whitley, her  oldest

son  Joel  A. Whitley, her  mother Dorris Whitley and  her  father Furtus Whitley.

Our beloved “Rainy”  leaves to  cherish her  memory: Her  daughter

Cassandra Prince-Cruz, son  Donnell Whitley, son- in-love Freddy Cruz,

her  grand chidren Joel,  Ayanna, Jomier,Jamya and Ivan,  her  Sister Patrica

Whitley-Johnson, brother n law  Curtis Johnson, brother June Whitley

and  a host of  nieces, nephew and 3 great grand children!

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Georgeanna Mae Grey

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Georgeanna Mae Grey

Georgeanna Mae Grey was the daughter of the late Aurelious and Anges Jones, she was born on July 27, 1940 and departed this life on Saturday, November 6, 2021 at the home of her granddaughter, April D. Campbell in Beaumont, Texas.

 

She married the late Papah Campbell from Jamaica. To this union were born two daughters, Eveyln Elaine Campbell (deceased) and Pauline Verona Campbell, one son; George Campbell. She later married the late William Grey.

 

Georgeanna left high school after the tenth grade to pursue a career in the culinary arts where she specialized in cake decoration. She received her graduation certificate. She later worked for General Motors, a candy factory, and other jobs.

 

“Mother” Grey was saved, faithful to her God, humble and determined to make it to Heaven, her eternal home. She loved going to church, conventions, and attending the various church programs. She prayed each morning with some of the saints that called, she loved her church, community, and her family & friends. She was given the title “Mother” of the church in 2017.

 

She loved her sisters; Courtney Matthews (deceased), Geraldine Howard (deceased), and Agnes Parrett of Florida, one brother; Aurelius Warren James (Evelyn) of Mt.Laurel, New Jersey. She was devoted to her children, Evelyn, Pauline, and George. She dearly loved her three granddaughters; April in Texas, Tiffany in Virginia, and Juanita in Ohio. Her great grandchildren; David, Luke, Latasha, Jacob, Italan, Abula, Evelyn, Diahmyhe, Bensol, “Bear” and one great-great-grandchild. She held dear these as grandchildren; Mary, Virginia, Terance, Kevin, and Zesty of New Jersey, Alex from Michigan, and Clifford of MO. At her request, her “granddogs” were to be a part of her obituary; Khadjan, Ronnie, and Rassgo. A host of nieces and nephews, relatives, and dear friends.

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Charles Henry Raymond

Charles Henry Raymond

Charles Henry Raymond was born to the late William H. Raymond and Mamie Herrington Raymond in Ridley Park, Pa. Charles was the 4th son out of 5, all who preceded him in death. Charles attended and graduated from the Chester Public School SYSTEM. After graduation, his mother wanted him to go to mortuary science school, but he said “NO WAY” and joined the US Army (where he served 20+ years). 2 years later he married his high school sweetheart Isabella Elam after she graduated. He stayed in the army for 20+ years, during which he served in the Korean War, and lived all over the world. But no matter where he was in the world, he always took time to return to Chester Pa. to see his family. His next occupation was U.S Postal Service, and was a mail handler for another 20+ years. Charles was a dedicated conscientious worker.

 

Charles and Isabella were blessed with 5 children, Adrienne(Charles) Camden-Wyoming De, Deborah of Edgewater Pk, Charles II (Vanessa) Lumberton NJ, who just recently preceded him in death, and Kevin and Terrence of Edgewater Pk.

 

Affectionately known as Sugar, Sugar Ray, Dad ,Poppop, Ray, Raymond, Charles, and Charlie. He has a quiet strength and could always be depended upon to do the right thing. Most people didn’t know that Charles was a musician, playing the alto saxophone and the piano, with an orchestra traveling all over Pennsylvania. We always had music playing, from Count Basie, Sammy Davis, Jr, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and more, But after joining the military, he put aside his music and would only play a stylized edition of Chopsticks occasionally.

 

Charles was a member of St. John Baptist Church, Camden, NJ. He attended until the death of his wife and his failing health. The faithful deacons of the church would give him his communion and pray with him regularly at his home.

 

Charles resided in Edgewater Park since 1968 (53 years) and was known throughout

the community due to his (3x+) daily shopping trips to Pathmark, where he was known by name.

 

In 2017 Charles had a stroke which affected his speech and in 2019, he became bedridden with stroke related dementia. During his incapacitation, he still smiled and talked with his garbled speech. His caregivers always commented on being greeted with a smile and easygoing manner, especially with the ladies.

 

His devoted youngest son Terry lovingly resided with and cared for his father till the very end. His second eldest Debbie also helped Terry in the care of their dad. To them it was a labor of love. We are eternally grateful to God we had our father for so long.

 

Left to mourn are his children Adrienne (Gayle), Deborah (Debbie), Kevin and Terrence(Terry). His grandchildren Artese Booker, Edwin Raymond, Esther Warren, Micheal B Thompson, Mya L. Thompson, Shawn, Charles and Christia Raymond, Iysha, Kevin and Shalay Raymond, Arima’at, Khonsu, Kayti, and Tia Raymond, and numerous Great Grands.

 

            There are not enough words to Thank him for all that he taught us.

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Claude T. Singleton

Claude T. Singleton

Claude T. Singleton of Lumberton New Jersey passed away on November 19, 2021. Celebration of his Life will be held on Saturday, December 4, 2021  11 AM at the Second Baptist Church, 306 Washington St., Mount Holly New Jersey. Family and friends may view Friday evening 6 PM to 8 PM at the church and Saturday 9 AM until time of service

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Leonard Paul Revere Vinson

Leonard Paul Revere Vinson

Leonard Paul Revere Vinson was born on December 23,1967 in Philadelphia PA. He was the son of the late Elizabeth Weaver and Paul Revere Vinson. The family moved to Willingboro New Jersey in 1969, where he attended Saint Mary’s in Burlington and the Willingboro public School system.

 

After his schooling and receiving his Diploma in 1985, Leonard enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1986 and decided on an MOS of Combat Engineer. While this allowed him to travel and experience many places such as Texas and Germany, he decided to return home after his tour of duty back to New Jersey in 1988.

After returning home he reunited with long time friend Linda Grey (who later became his 1st wife), of Philadelphia PA.  He resided in PA until after her death in 1995. After which he returned back to New Jersey and resided in Glassboro with our mother and family.  While working in the U.S. Postal Service in Voorhees NJ, he met Karen C, who became his 2nd wife.

Leonard thrived and lived to Help others rather he knew you or not. Always willing to lend a helping hand. This shined through in every aspect of his life from working Security at Woodrow Wilson High and Cooper Hospital to a Direct Support professional at various group homes in Camden County.  He enjoyed cooking and especially baking his Peanut butter cakes. He was a dedicated member, Van driver and choir Member at Friendship Baptist church in Camden NJ.  Later in life he joined Saint Paul’s Missionary Baptist church where he continued to transport and greet their members along with singing in the choir and assisting in various community outreach services; Cold Blue (feeding the homeless in extreme weather conditions). His infectious Smile and Voice gave comfort to all who knew him.

He was preceded in death by Elizabeth Weaver Mother and Paul R. Vinson Father; His Wives Linda and Karen; Aunts Lillian, Evelyn and Juanita; Uncle Haywood; Brother In-Law Jean-Alix and several close cousins.

Leonard leaves behind to celebrate his life: Vivian Morris (Aunt) of Willingboro NJ; Sisters Shelly Wimberly of Mount Holy NJ and Jaenell Frederique-Bradley of Raleigh NC; Brother in-laws Eugene and Allen; Nieces - Almira, Naja, Noelle and Layla; Nephew Ameer; Great Nieces Shereena and Cattleya; Great Nephew Antonio; Son Evan; Daughter Tiffany; Grandchildren Sasha, Bryan, Karon and Erica. Along with a host of dear family and friends as he never met a Stanger!

In addition to the above, we have to mention his Close friend and brother Pastor Darwin Ransom and church family at Saint Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church where he was a dedicated servant of the Lord.

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Olga Adelaide Senior

Olga Adelaide Senior

September 13,1912 to August 22,2021

 

Olga Senior was one of eight children born to Ellen and Nathaniel Grant of Chalky Hill, in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, West Indies. Though their upbringing was modest, they were proud and independent thinkers.

 

Olga worked as a Postal Administrator at the Inverness Post Office in Jamaica, and there she met and married her husband Charles Senior. They immigrated to the United States of America and raised their three children, Eula, Fionne and Clive, in Brooklyn New York. Olga studied and began a nursing career after her youngest child, Clive, began school.

 

Working first at Swedish Hospital on Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, and then later at Kings County Hospital, she touched all who came under her care with her compassionate and sympathetic nature.

 

In her long life there is much history. There have been many times of great joy, and many milestones that she had witnessed. These memories include her children's, grandchildren's, and great grandchildren's successes, to include graduations, weddings, birthdays, school plays, sport games, dance recitals... To name just a few. She's been there through it all.

 

She often spoke of past Christmas Days as a child in Jamaica, and the Christmas morning breakfasts that her mother lovingly prepared. The importance of family was instilled in her children and her grandchildren.

 

Ma will always be remembered for her excellent cooking and the recipes she passed down to her children and grandchildren. Her bread pudding with raisins, her salt fish and ackee dinners with flour dumplings were famous.

 

Ma often quoted Shakespeare which she learned as a youngster in Jamaican secondary school. She cheerfully quoted her Bible passages and knew Scripture so well.

We all took many trips over the years to the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Disney World, Barbados, Puerto Rico..traveling by plane and by even by RV, to name a few. She and Charles went to the United Kingdom, where one of her brothers, Walwin, lived.

 

Her daughter Eula (Richards) preceded her in death. Eula became a nurse like her mother and also worked at Kings County Hospital. Her son Clive Senior and his wife Margot reside in Daytona FL. Daughter Fionne Williams, wife of Elliott Williams(deceased) lives in Williamsburg, Va. Nephew Mahol (Bunny) Grant, (son of Olga's sister Frances Grant Wright), and dear friend Sandy Spadaro reside in Connecticut. Mahol was like a son to Olga, and she loved him dearly.

 

Olga's grandchildren are Xochilt Williams(Mark Briscoe), Karis Nwauwa (Chris Nwauwa) and Edmund Richards.

Great grandchildren are:

Markeim, Shohahn, Kahill, Xovet, Arielle, Collin and Fionne (Chika).

 

Special mention for Jean Maxwell and Ruby Senior both of Brooklyn, beloved daughters of Charles Senior, Olga's late husband.

 

Join us as we celebrate a beautiful long life lived happily and well. We will miss you Ma. We will always love you.

Olga Senior, age 108, passed away on Sunday, August 22, 2021. Celebration of her life will be held, Saturday, September 4, 2021 2PM at The TL Hutton Family & Friends Funeral Services, 869 Beverly Road, Burlington, NJ. Viewing will be 1PM until 2PM. Live Stream TLHuttonfuneralservices.com

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Princeton Hunter Bacon

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Princeton Hunter Bacon

Princeton Hunter Bacon was born on March 14th, 2014. He was gifted to parents, Darcel Mitchell and Clinton Bacon, and he was the only boy of Darcel’s five children. He went home to be with the Lord on August 22nd, 2021, at the precious age of 7 years old.

 

It's said that God doesn’t make mistakes, and it's no mistake that God chose Darcel to be Princeton's mother for his short journey on this Earth. Darcel shared her heart with all her kids, but little Princeton (also known as Goinky) was her heartbeat. And deep inside he probably knew it.

 

A handsome little boy with a royal name, Princeton was born with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, but he didn’t see it as a disability. He knew he was different, but God made him special. Princeton was a fighter! He endured numerous hospital stays, procedures, and surgeries, but he didn’t let it break his spirit.  You see, God knew what Princeton would have to encounter, and He put a special spirit inside him. A courageous spirit, with a strong will to live and enjoy his life. And he did! He was learning to walk and communicate. He even graduated from Pre-K. Amazing!

 

Princeton knew about love, kindness, and caring because that's what he received from his mother, his sisters, and his entire family. His smile could light up the darkest room and his hugs could melt your heart. Laughter and happiness filled his life.  He loved playing with his sisters, pulling their hair. And sitting in his favorite chair watching hours and hours of SuperWhy, his favorite show. And we can’t forget one of his most favorite people in the world -- his nurse Mom Manju.

She was Princeton’s nurse since 2017. Mom Manju loved and cared for Princeton like he was her own.

 

Princeton is survived by his parents, Darcel JD. Mitchell, and Clinton R. Bacon Jr., his sisters, Lelani, Aralynn, Khloe, and Zoey, his grandparents Lisa Mitchell, Ronald Gibson (wifeTonya), Clinton Bacon Sr. (wife Sha-Sha), and Kimberly Edwards, his Aunts Sheree Mitchell, Leah Mitchell, Kimberly Crawford, and Alara Bacon, bonus Dad Kendall Wicker, nurse Mom Manju Faison, honorary grandfather George Lumpkin, and a host of great aunts and uncles, cousins, and family friends.

 

Celebration of life: Tuesday, August 31, 2021 11:30AM at the Second Baptist Church, 306 Washington Street, Mt. Holly, NJ Viewing: 10AM until time of Service

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James Wesley Wharton

James Wesley Wharton

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James Wesley Wharton was born on January 25, 1948, in Jamaica, Queens, New York to James Lonnie and Elizabeth Wharton both deceased.

 

James affectionately known as “Jimmy” worked in New York for many years for Con Edison. After moving to New Jersey, he transitioned to the cable industry. However, Jimmy was known for his culinary skills. His family and friends loved to call him Chef Jimmy, because he always put his heart into preparing his meals. He will be remembered for his dedication and passion for cooking.

 

Jimmy was a faithful and dedicated member  of  Holy  Light Church where he rededicated his life. He came  to  church faithfully and enjoyed attending  Sunday  School.  He  loved  to sing and could be heard singing along with the choir.

 

Jimmy is survived by his daughter Arnetha and granddaughter, Nia Simone, his sisters Gloria (Lloyd) both deceased; Ellen and Linda, and his favorite brother-in-law Steve from  New  Jersey. And a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

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Darnell Anderson Johnston

Darnell Anderson Johnston

Darnell Anderson Johnston, the daughter of Pearl Viola Watts Anderson and Hezekiah Anderson departed this life on July 22, 2021 at Brookdale Senior Living in Westampton, NJ.

 

She attended Allen elementary school in Burlington and graduated from Wilbur Watts High School in Burlington, NJ.

 

On November 16th, 1941 she was married to Sylvester Johnston. From this marriage were born two children: Darnell Audrey Valentine of Fort Myers, Florida and Sylvester Aubrey Johnston of Miami, Florida.

 

Darnell attended Nursing School in Philadelphia where she received her Practical Nursing Degree. From there she worked at Lutheran Nursing Home and Evergreen Nursing Home’s in Moorestown, NJ. She was generous in helping other’s giving unselfishly of her knowledge in nursing.

 

She was preceded in death by two brothers: Jesse, Edward, and three sisters, Pearl, Mildred and Isabelle. She leaves to cherish fond memories, her son Sylvester Johnston and daughter Audrey Valentine two grandchildren Sylvester Davis (Jenifer), Tjien Johnston, three great grandchildren, Tjjani Bullock, Te’Sean Pressley and Ava Davis.+

 

After the clouds, the sunshine

After the winter, the spring,

After the shower, the rainbow

For life is a changeable thing;

 

After the night, the morning,

Bidding all darkness cease;

After life’s cares and sorrows,

The comfort and sweetness of peace.

 

By Helen Steiner Rice

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Gail Sylvia Wright

Gail Sylvia Wright

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April 6, 1961                  July 18,2021

 

Gail Sylvia Wright was born to the late Marchester Wright and Katherine Delores (Brooks) Wright on April 6, 1961 at Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey .  She departed this life on Sunday, July 18, 2021. Gail was the youngest of four children. Two brothers, Clarence and Kenneth Wright, pre-deceased her in death and she leaves to mourn her passing, one loving sister Sheila Delores Hay.

Gail received her formal education in the Glassboro Public School System. She worked hard as a student but tests and books were not her passion. Gail found her passion working with her hands and making beautiful, creative crafts of art and home décor  which adorned her apartment. Her other talents were sewing, crocheting and coloring, just to name a few. Her son Clyde states that, “Mom could make a pillow come to life.” Gail taught her grandchildren to color and their love of coloring will always be a cherished memory of their grandmother. Gail had a ‘green thumb’ that could make any house plant thrive and flourish and her love of planting vegetable gardens, certainly ‘grew’ out of her childhood, growing up on the Wright family farm.

Hard work was no stranger to Gail. She was gainfully employed in several different jobs. Her first job as a machinist was with PSI, a manufacturing company in Pitman, New Jersey.  She also had employment with the Merry Maids Cleaning Company, as a dependable house cleaning employee.  As a home health aide, Gail showed loving kindness and patience for the elderly that were under her care. Later, Glassboro State College (Rowan) hired Gail to work in the Food Service Department where she loved making pizzas for the students!

 Gail learned the importance of religion early in her life. As a young child, she attended the Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church in Glassboro, New Jersey. It was there that she accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior.  Singing songs of Zion in church, always brought a smile to her face. As she grew older, Gail sought to find a warm, welcoming church family and she would attend several church services.  Her search came to an end when she made the St. Matthews Baptist Church in Williamstown, New Jersey, her new church home. She faithfully completed the church’s membership classes under the Biblical teaching of Pastor Raymond L. Gordon.

Those who knew Gail were warmed by her friendly, fun-loving disposition.  She loved a good laugh. She was quick to speak her mind but that was all part of the Gail you learned to love.  At any given moment, you could hear her break out in a song or maybe watch her start dancing across the floor to the music of some “oldie but goodie, but just don’t get in her way.  Gail’s kind, gentle nature, nurtured many a person in need. If they passed her way and she could help them, she would .In recent times, Gail endured many emotional struggles, but she never lost the love of her family and her love for them, still remained.

Gail’s memory will be cherished and forever remembered by her three loving children: Jonathan Sutton, Jr. (John-John) of Glassboro, NJ; Syreeta Destini` Butler (Jay) of Swedesboro, NJ; Clyde Andre` Butler (Alyssa) of  Lindenwold, NJ; one sister Sheila Delores Hay ( Jeffrey) of Turnersville, N.J.; three granddaughters: Raveen Baldwin, Janelle Sutton and Katara Sutton; two grandsons: Jonathan Sutton III and Jah`Ty Dickson and one great-grandson,  Mari; two aunts, Wilhemena Wright of Glassboro, N.J. and Ida Brooks of Chester, PA; four god-children: Torrey Brooks, Tameka Patterson, Timothy Breaker and  Theo Linen and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and loved ones. Leroy Butler and Jonathan Sutton, Sr., the fathers of her children, developed a close, enduring bond with Gail that lasted a lifetime.  Her presence will be truly missed by all.

      

 

                

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                    July 27, 2021

Viewing – 9:00-11:00 AM  *  Service 11 AM

               First Baptist Church

              103 Grove Street

              Glassboro, NJ 08028

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Christopher “Mickey” Michael Roberson Sr.

Christopher “Mickey” Michael Roberson Sr.

Christopher “Mickey” Michael Roberson Sr. was born November 14, 1974, to the late Ardell Currie and Diann Watson in Mt. Holly, New Jersey.

 

Mickey was educated in the Burlington County school system. He was employed by Richard Gober from 1999-2019. After years of skillfully learning the trade of contractor he decided to exhibit his talent for home remodeling and began working for Hassan Ceylan and Ercan Ceylan. During that time he also started a family business with his devoted partner, Rahneema, and their children and named it Just-Us Renovations.

 

Christopher, affectionately known as Mickey, was a quiet, laidback, hardworking, and devoted father and grandfather. Mickey had many talents and was a jack of all trades. He served as the ‘hood mechanic and the neighborhood barber for family and friends. He enjoyed traveling with his family, fishing, jet skiing, and taking long drives. He was a family man and whenever he had some down time he would relax by laying in the bed, watching tv with his grandson TJ tucked up under his arm. Everyone loved Mickey and his calming spirit. He was a great teacher who taught his sons everything he knew about renovating houses. He led by example when he taught his sons the importance of hard work. He loved his work and it showed in every aspect of his life. Even while on vacation, he would end up working because he would meet people and point out changes that could improve their home.

 

On July 14, 2021, God called Mickey home. Mickey is survived by his stepfather Jerry Watson Sr.; his putative wife of 25 years,  Rahneema McCloud; siblings: Hasoni Banks (Michael), Jerry Watson Jr. (Marcia), Tamika Sumner (Watson), Terrell Watson, and Romande Roberson (Marcus); sons: Rasheed McCloud, Christopher Roberson Jr. (Geyonna), Ryan McCloud Roberson; daughters: Shakea Outterbridge (Kyahere) and Rahneya Roberson (Trevon Sr.); grandchildren: Trevon Jr. (TJ), Christopher III, Carter, Cianna, Emory, Paris, Jada, Kaliya, Senai, and Alaya; a host of nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends.

 

Celebration of his life services, Thursday, July 22, 2021 11AM at the St. mark Baptist Church, Browns Mills NJ. Family and friends may view from 10 AM until time of service.

 

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Mr. Harold Donald Phillips, Sr.

Mr. Harold Donald Phillips, Sr.

Mr. Harold Donald Phillips, Sr., son of the late Homer Phillips and Alice Mae Riley was born July 4, 1925, in Burlington.   He is the third of five children. He attended Burlington Township Schools and graduated from Wilbur Watts High School in 1943.  At the age of 17, he enlisted and served in the first African American unit in the United States Marine Corps; the 51st Battalion at Montford Point in North Carolina.

 

During his service in the Marine Corps, Harold would correspond with Cynthia Anderson; through their letters, they fell in love.   Harold and Cynthia married and from their union they had three children, Harold Jr., Loray and Marla. 

Harold was employed by Progressive Life Insurance serving as staff manager for over 33 years.   Throughout his career, Harold and Cynthia traveled.  He loved to travel to various places including Mexico, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and the Bahamas.

One of Harold’s favorite past times included taking his family in his camper to go fishing. The family enjoyed fishing at Mystic Island, Barnegat Light, Long Beach Island and Martha’s Vineyard.  After many fishing trips, Harold would provide fish to elderly neighbors in the community.  He also would donate fish to the church for their annual Fish Fry.

Harold also enjoyed hunting and playing weekly card games with friends and family. 

Harold was a founder and chartered member of the Burlington County Lancers, where he served as Treasurer.  The organization’s mission was to raise funds to assist students in their educational pursuits.

At the age of 87, Harold was presented with the congressional medal of honor for his dedication and service in the United States Marine Corps 51st Battalion.

Preceding him in death is his loving bride of 73 years, Cynthia Mae Phillips and his son Harold Jr. Harold is lovingly survived by his two daughters, Loray A. Greene (Leonard), Marla W. Perry (Porter), sister, Bernice E. Turner of Burlington; nine grandchildren Shawn Phillips (Karleen), Aaron Phillips, April Ellerbee (Anthony), Leonard Greene, Emanuel Greene, Porter Perry (Brooke), Harold Perry, Christopher Perry (Sharese), Jamaal Perry (Haley); twelve great-grandchildren, Zachary Phillips, Christian Perry, Solomon Perry, Jaxon Perry, Emerson Perry, Ellison Perry, Isaiah Perry, Daniel Perry, Micah Perry, Mariah Ellerbee, Jordan Ellerbe, Amia Ellerbee and special cousin Tommy Belton and a host of family and friends. 

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Gertie Martin

Gertie Martin

Our beloved mother Gertie Martin (Annabelle), was born February 14, 1928 to Thomas and Juanita (Bessy) Davis, in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. She was the youngest of eight children and enjoyed spending time with her parents learning the importance of family values. As the daughter of a deacon, she established an early foundation with God, which remained present throughout her life and enjoyed fellowship and singing in the church choir. She was educated in Moncks Corner School District, where she was very popular and enjoyed spending time with her classmates.

 

In 1944, Gertie met the love of her life, Nelson Martin who she married soon after on November

24, 1945 in Charleston, SC. During their early years of marriage, Nelson and Gertie lived in Charleston, SC building the foundation for their future. In 1952, they moved up north to West Philadelphia on Wanamaker Street. They were very generous and opened up their home to support family members from the South. After 10 years of marriage, they were blessed with 7 children and in 1967, moved to Willingboro, NJ to raise their family.

 

Gertie’s pride and joy was her family, which included caring for her husband, attending her children’s activities, and taking family trips. She was employed by the Willingboro Board of Education for more than 25 years in various capacities and was well liked by the faculty and students. This admiration extended beyond her work, as both Nelson and Gertie were well respected and known for their active involvement in community activities.

 

Nelson and Gertie held the key to a successful marriage and in September 2020 they were recognized and honored for their 75 years of marriage in the Burlington County Times Newspaper. Gertie was a devoted wife, loving mother, and adored grandmother. She exhibited excellence in her cooking, which was heavily influenced by southern cuisine. She also had impeccable taste in fashion, jewelry, and home decor. In her spare time, she enjoyed shopping, watching soap operas and taking yearly vacations with her husband.

 

On May 31, she transitioned from earth to glory. She was preceded in death by seven siblings and her eldest son, Nelson Earl Martin. She is survived by her husband Nelson Martin, children Christopher Nelson (Violet), Tony (LaCrece), Stacey, Stanley (Deidra), Kimberly (Anthony) Talley, Carlton (Melanie), daughter in-law Pamela, 20 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and loving friends.

 

 

Lovingly submitted, the family.

Gertie Martin, of Willingboro, passed away on Monday, May 31, 2021. Celebration Services will be held, Tuesday, June 8, 2021. 11am at the Second Baptist Church, 306 Washington Street, Mt. Holly. Viewing will be held 10am until time of service. Entombment: Odd Fellow Cemetery Mausoleum, Burlington, NJ. Service to the family by TL Hutton Family & Friends Funeral Services, Burlington, NJ.

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Deacon Gibbs Carter

Deacon Gibbs Carter

Deacon Gibbs Carter was born on March 15, 1929 in Hampton, Virginia to the late Gibbs and Margaret Carter.  He departed this earthly life on May 26, 2021 at the age of 92.  As a young child Deacon Carter attended Queen Street Baptist Church in Hampton, Va. He went on to received his secondary education at Phoenix High School and briefly attended West Virginia State College.

 

Deacon Carter was a veteran of the United States military where he served for a total of 27 years, including two honorable tours in Vietnam. He retired as a Chief Warrant Officer. Upon retiring, he remained an active member of his community and society at large by working for the United States Postal Service.  On September 30, 1973, Deacon Carter and Jeanette Carter were married at Fort Dix, New Jersey.  The loving couple remained married for close to 47 years until he took his final journey upward. Deacon Carter also was a member of the Amvets and the Westampton American Legion Post.

 

Deacon Carter and his wife found membership within Second Baptist Church of Mount Holly where they dedicated their souls to Christ and continued to be his faithful servants by living righteous lives. Deacon Gibbs Carter served Second Baptist in many capacities, Deacon, past chairman of the Board of Trustees, Assistant Treasure, Choir member, Sunday School personnel, leader of the Food program, Culinary member and many more areas of devoted and dedicated service to the ministry. He also served in many community organizations.

 

Having found eternal peace, Deacon Gibbs Carter leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife Jeanette Carter, three beautiful daughters; Shelley Morris of Chesapeake, Virginia, Gibbisetta Wynn (Elder Roosevelt) and Lola Wilson (Elder Dwight) both of Hampton, Virginia. Two handsome Stepsons; Diamond McSwain and David Brewington, and a host of exceptional grandchildren, great grandchildren, and his beloved nieces and nephews.

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Ida Jones (Johnson)

Ida Jones (Johnson)

 

Ida Jones (Johnson), age 84, formerly of Juliustown NJ, passed away Monday, May 31, 2021. She graduated from Bristol High School in 1954 with honors and studied two years at Bucks County Community College. She received her associates degree in secretarial science. After her formal education, Ida worked for 30 years at US Steel Corporation in Fairless Hills Pennsylvania. She worked as a secretary to the chief chemist and retired in 1995.

 

For most of her adult life she was a faithful member of St. Paul UMC. While at St. Paul she served as an active member, church secretary, usher, and United Methodist Women’s group leader. Ida was also very active in the community. She spent many years delivering food for the Extended Hands Outreach Ministry. She also donated time and money to many charitable causes.  Ida’s talents were many. She was an extremely accomplished baker, typist, and a former majorette in the Bristol High School Marching Band.

 

In 1968, she married the love of her life, Parker Jones. Ida and Parker were married for 53 wonderful years. During those many years of marriage they raised their devoted daughter Leslie, and fostered a friend’s child. They also took in several family members and friends in need. Even though Leslie was an only child, she describes the house as never empty and always filled with love. Everyone was welcome. Ida lived a life of service. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Ida enjoyed spending time with her family and hosted many family social events. Most notable was the 4th of July family reunion that she hosted every other year. Ida loved to travel and go out on adventures. She visited countries on almost every continent.  

 

In her most recent years her hearts greatest joy was spending time with her grandkids. She is survived by her devoted husband of 53 years, Parker Jones; daughters; Dawn Jones, Leslie Wong and her husband David; A special niece, Tina Godbold; 2 grandsons, 1 granddaughter, numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

 

A celebration of life will be held on June 5, 2021 at St. Paul UMC, 240 Washington Street, Mt. Holly, NJ. A viewing will be held from 10:00-11:00AM followed by a service at 11:00AM. A lunch repass will be served following the funeral service in the church fellowship hall.  If desired, friends may make memorial contributions to St. Paul UMC. Condolences may be sent to the family at  https://www.tlhuttonfuneralservices.com/ 

 

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Darrell Lewis Jones

Darrell Lewis Jones

Darrell Lewis Jones, affectionately known as “Dinky,” was born to Camilla Yvonne Rouse and Lewis Jones (deceased) in Philadelphia, PA on November 17,1960. Darrell was also raised by his loving bonus mother Mildred Jones.

The third of five children, Darrell was educated in the Philadelphia School system and completed his primary education upon moving to Willingboro NJ. He continued his education at University of Akron.

Dinky began working at an early age alongside his father and brother at Jones Maintenance Service mainly at Temple University Campus. He eventually became an independent contractor working alongside his friend Darryl Gladden at Andrea’s Carpet. As a contractor, he provided service for many community businesses.

 

His passion for sports began with playing football and basketball, which led him to start coaching youth basketball, including “Hard Work” camp and “Baggett Court Vision” summer camp at Rider University. Later his love of sports transitioned to becoming a Basketball Referee until his health began to fail. Making lifelong friendships. Always true to his city routing for all Philadelphia Sport teams.

Darrell grew up in the Faith from youth, he recommitted to his faith and was baptized as adult at St. James Baptist Church in Beverly, NJ. Later, he became a member of Alpha Baptist Church in Willingboro NJ.

He was proceeded in death by his brother Dwayne “Ski” Jones.

Leaving behind to cherish his memory is his son Darrell Jones Jr, sisters Anita Dennis, Michelle Miller and Traci Jones-Dorset (Kirk), honorary sister Denise Williams, sister-in-law Leslie Jones; honorary brother/cousin Steven Jones (Melissa); nephews: Aaron Miller and Tye Dorset; Nieces: Toi Hutchins, Teeonna Jenkins (Kennon), and Alexis Jones, (Dominique Brown, Nyesha Darrah); Affectionately loved and cherished by Leon Bolden and Leah Bolden; and a host of cousins, other relatives and an abundance of friends.

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Carlotta Lenee Bernard

Carlotta Lenee Bernard

 

Carlotta was born on September 17, 1971 in Norfolk, VA. She departed this life on May 15, 2021. She was the youngest child of Doris and Claude Bernard. Her father, granddaughter Khaylani, and stepbrother, Torey Gibson, all preceded her in death.

She grew up in Willingboro, NJ. She attended Twin Hills Elementary School, and graduated from Willingboro High School in 1989. While in high school, she was in the marching band. After graduation, she attended Delaware State University, where she studied Theater Arts and Early Childhood Education. She was a member of the Del State Gospel Choir, and a sweetheart of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. She later attended Barber Scotia College in North Carolina. While there, she sang with the renown gospel singer, Hezekiah Walker.

Carlotta was raised up in Delaware Valley Baptist Church, where she sang and participated in many of the church ministries and activities. Later, she attended her Uncle Walter McDaniel’s church, Faith United Christian Church of Berlin, NJ, where she supported his ministry, sang soul stirring solos, and sang on the praise team.

She worked for many years as a Dental Assistant, and she often gave dental advice to her family and friends.

Lenee (as she was affectionately called) loved to swim, sing, listen to gospel music, play her flute, and communicate with her family and friends through phone calls, visits, and social media. She was well liked and offered help to anyone in need.

She leaves to mourn her passing her devoted mother, Doris Bernard; her brother, Claude Bernard; daughter, Desiree Bernard; twin sons, Deion and Darren Bernard; nephew, Jay Bernard; nieces, Rosa and Brianna Bernard; stepbrothers, 4 grand children, Kayden, Kayla, Korey, Kior, and a new grandchild on the way; Aunts, Uncles, cousins, and a host of other relatives and friends.

 

 

Sorrowfully submitted, The Family

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Brenda Elizabeth Richardson

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Brenda Elizabeth Richardson

Brenda Elizabeth Richardson was born on April 17,1946, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. She was born to the late William Gardner and the late Eileen Jeanty.  She transitioned peacefully into the presence of the Lord on May 19, 2021.

 

Brenda was united in marriage to Leroy Richardson  in -1991in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey.

 

Brenda received her primary and secondary education in the Philadelphia School  System. graduating  from high school with excellent clerical skills. After re-locating to New Jersey, Brenda decided to obtain a formal education in the  study of  God’s Word.

Her thirst for greater knowledge of the bible lead her to attend Word of Grace School of Theology in Lumberton, New Jersey. After four years of study, she graduated with a  Bachelor of  Arts  in Theological Studies. She later furthered her education for an additional two years, receiving her Master of Arts degree in theological studies, Burlington Campus.

 

Brenda was active in ministry at an early age as a member of Thankful Baptist Church of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She served as a member of the church choir. After relocating to New Jersey, Brenda joined Tabernacle Baptist church, Burlington New Jersey, under the leadership of R .W .Jones. She later transitioned to Christian Faith Assembly of Hainesport New Jersey, under the pastorate of  Elder William Roane and later under the pastorate of the late Apostle Maurice Randolph Sr. Brenda remained active in  ministry singing with the choir, and later answered her call to Ministry.In 2002 Brenda was ordained as an Evangelist. She was a member of Christian Faith Ass eroy, can only  be admired. They were seldom separated and were intensely devoted to one another. Brenda was always advising brother Leroy of his health needs, and   Leroy was continually caring for hers. They were love in action, and the personification of sincere devotion .and dedication embly for over 20 years. She later transferred her membership to Bethany Baptist church in  Lindenwold, New Jersey under the pastorate of Bishop David Evans. Brenda also served as part of Bethany’s Ministerial Staff.  

 

Brenda  had  a sincere and special love for her family. The love and bond between her and her husband L in marriage.

Brenda was Family oriented. She was so proud of her children, and every opportunity she had she would speak of them. She was overflowing with the love she had for her grandchildren and each one was special.

 

Brenda was a beautifu,l tall, stately, dignified. woman of God. She was a Woman of great faith power and prayer. She seized every opportunity to witness. She was bold direct  and clear in her purpose to introduce someone to Jesus. She loved God and God’s  people. Brenda was an avid reader and was in the process of publishing a powerful book of her life and the many challenges that she had overcame and endured.

 

She was preceded in death by one son, Frank Holden.

 

She leaves to cherish her memory: her  husband Leroy Richardson; Children: Tara Harlan(Wendell); Daniel Holden(Mone) Pamela Holden ;Devin Richardson; Kelly Pichardson: One sister, Jacqueline Jeanty; sixteen grandchildren; two great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousin, and a host of friends.

We will all miss this mighty woman of God!

Sorrowfully submitted,

The family.

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George Paris Felton

George Paris Felton


 

George Paris Felton was born in Frankfurt, Germany on October 11th, 1968 to the parents of Garland P. Felton, Sr and Gerda Felton. He answered God 's call for a heavenly rest on May

3rct, 2021 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA.

 

At an early age he joined Tabernacle Baptist Church and dedicated his life to Christ. He received his education through the Edgewater Park, NJ and Burlington, NJ school system. In 1987, he joined the United States Army and served his country. He united in marriage to Dena L. Hines in April 2,1988 Fort Meade, Maryland. George was a jack of all trades. He loved detailing cars and

he worked many construction projects throughout is life.

                                                                                                                                               

George enjoyed soulful music, antique cars, being a father and spending time with family and friends. He was a friendly and kind person to everyone whom he came in contact with. George had a heart of gold and would give the shirt off his back to a stranger. His spirit would light up a room and his sense of humor was one of a kind.

 

George was preceded in death by his father Garland P. Felton Sr. He leaves to cherish memories his wife Dena L. Felton ofNew  Bern, NC; mother Gerda Felton of Edgewater Park, NJ; children Kearra Davis (Isiab) of Clovis, NM; Brittany Malone of NC; Stephen Marshall of San Diego CA, Paris Felton of Burlington Township, NJ; honorary daughters Sheena Marchall of Philadelphia, Pa., Mia Marchall of Willingboro, NJ,  siblings older brother Garland P. Felton Jr. (Dena) of Suffolk VA; older sister Monica Felton-Dale of Beverly, NJ; honorary brother Adam Robb of

Westampton, NJ; grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, and close friends.

George P. Felton passed away on Monday, May 3, 2021. Celebration of his Life will be held Monday, May 10, 2021 4pm at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 150 E. 2nd Street, Burlington, NJ. Viewing will be 3pm until time of service. Interment: BGWCD Veteran Memorial Cemetery. Arrangement by The TL Hutton Family & Friends Funersl Services, Burlington.

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Jahmir D. Boylan

 
Jahmir D. Boylan


 

If you had to describe Jahmir in three words, they would be loveable, huggable and grateful.  Born on March 25, 2011 to Tiara West and William Dante Boylan, he was always willing to help anyone and everyone.  He had a passion for cooking, drawing, playing games, telling jokes and watching YouTube.  Jahmir always wanted to learn things.  At the tender age of two, he was reciting scripture.  By age three, he was easily doing jigsaw puzzles.  He was nicknamed “Puzzle Man” by his G-pop (godfather/cousin), Pastor Terrance West.  Following in the steps of his big sister Zari, Jahmir accepted Christ as his personal savior at St Paul Baptist Church on September 30, 2018. 

Jahmir attended Hawthorn Elementary School. His extracurricular activities included karate, wrestling and playing football with the Willingboro Panthers. He enjoyed playing video games with his cousins Xavier Sawi and Adrian Arrindell from sun-up to sun-down.

Jahmir leaves to cherish tons of happy memories with his mother Tiara West, his dad William Dante Boylan, his sisters - Zari Greer and Rian Lane, his Na-Na and Pop-Pop - Ray and Lisa Richardson, and his best friend and great grandmother, Gigi - Helen Eileen West Jones.  He also leaves very special loved ones, Ryan Lane (Tiara), Zakeya Johnson (Dante) and host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other family and friends.

Celebration of his Life, Thursday, May 6, 2021 11AM at the St. Paul Baptist Church, Florence, NJ  Viewing: 9AM until 11AM. Interment: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington, NJ

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