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Deborah A. Cheli, 69, of Buena Vista Township, April 14; before retiring with 25 years of service, she was employed by the Buena Regional School District in the transportation department.
Darlene Ilacqua, 66, of Millville, April 15; she was a member of the Cumberland County Community Church in Millville.
Anthony Jeannette III, 45, of Millville, March 29; he had various jobs ranging from cook to machine operator.
Gertrue Johnson, 82, of Millville, April 7; she was an interior hostess for Home Interior Designs for over 18 years and retired.
Shania Michelle Kent, 25, of Bridgeton, April 9; she returned to New Jersey to pursue a welding career in Camden.
Pauline Mary Locicero, 95, of Clayton, April 5; she worked as a tailor for numerous tailor shops in Philadelphia beginning in 1932 until her retirement in 1989.
Teresa K. Mann, 59, of Bridgeton, March 20; she worked as a CNA and held various jobs in housekeeping.
John Marks, 89, of Quinton Township, April 10; he was the longtime owner of John Marks Stable in Quinton Township.
Kelly Martin, 37, of Millville, April 2; she loved spending time at the beach and journaling.
Robert McDowell, 54, of Millville, April 6; he worked as an addiction counselor for the Seabrook House in Bridgeton.
Jose Melendez, 35, of Millville, April 7.
Alexander J. Nardelli, 91, of Lawrence Township, March 31; prior to retiring in 1996 he joined his brothers James and John in the Nardelli Brothers, Inc. farming operation in Cedarville in early 1950.
John Nedohon, 75, of Upper Deerfield Township, April 3; he worked at Millville Airworks as a Jet Engine Mechanic for 32 years and specialized in PT6 engines.
Felicita Padilla, 83, of Vineland, April 7; she was a homemaker who enjoyed dancing and nature walks.
Vernon Pate, 92, of Alloway Township, April 7; he retired from Dupont as a lab technician in Jackson Lab for over 30 years.
Wanda Robinson, 68, of Millville, Apirl 5; in 2003 she became the first female to hold the position of female intake officer for the Cumberland County Department of Corrections.
Dorothy Tapper, 90, of Bridgeton, April 6; she worked as a medical secretary for many years at Westwood OBGYN in Woodbury.