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Robert C. Adams, 91, of Millville, Nov. 1; he worked at Kontes Glass in Vineland for 30 years before retiring as a machinist supervisor.
Virginia Ahl, 90, of Salem, Nov. 12; she was a registered nurse for the Salem County Health Department.
Robert Char, 80, of Clayton, Nov. 20; he worked as an electrician all his life.
Joan D. Cottingham, 85, of Bridgeton, Nov. 15; she worked as an assistant in the Law Office of Roberta Cooper, in Bridgeton.
Mary Ann Cox, 78, of Franklinville, Nov. 13; prior to retiring, she worked as a school bus driver for 26 years for the Franklin Township Board of Education.
Kenneth L. Durham, Jr., 66, of Bridgeton, Nov. 19; before his retirement, he had been employed as a truck driver with South State, Inc. in Fairfield Township.
Floyd Dyer, 58, of Upper Deerfield Township, Nov. 15; he had been employed as a warehouse supervisor by the South Woods State Prison.
Pastor Shirley Lorraine Fisher, 72, formerly of Millville; she establish America Deliverance Center as well as becoming a member of Tabernacle of Love, Vineland.
Stephanie L. Friedman, 40, a Vineland native, Nov. 11; she was seeking an internship as a veterinarian tech.
RoseMary Gaburo, 89, a Rosenhayn native, Nov. 18; she served as the secretary to the principal in the Upper Deerfield Township Schools until her 1999 retirement.
Martha T. Glass, 93, of Bridgeton, Nov. 11; prior to retirement she worked as a sales clerk for the former Sears & Roebuck Catalog Store in Bridgeton
Lewis H. Gorman, Sr., 82, of Maurice River Township, Nov 15; he was a craftsman at trade and worked for the Egg Harbor Yacht Co. in Egg Harbor City as a lamination manager.
Brenda Hayes, 64, of Millville, Nov. 3; she worked for Inspira Medical Center in Vineland as a housekeeper for 12 years, until her health began to decline.
Alan B. Hedges, of Greenwich Township, Nov. 6; he opened his own business as a woodworker and boat builder.
Donn M. Helbach, 68, a Vineland native, Nov. 11; he was a baker by trade and employed in the industry all of his life until his health began to fail.
Almeda Johnson, 78, of Bridgeton, Nov. 16; she worked at Southern State Correctional Facility in Bridgeton until her retirement.
Ralph D. Kates, 62, a Bridgeton native, Nov. 3; he worked for more than 15 years as a skilled laborer for Local 322.
Kara Keim, 61, of Vineland, Nov. 5; prior to retirement, she was a social worker.
David R. Knight, 74, of Vineland, Oct. 30; he worked as a dispatcher for Air Co. Industrial Gases, and then for Ross Fogg & Son Oil Co.
Theresa M. Lane, 83, of Millville, Oct. 28; she worked with her husband for a time at Newfield Cold Cuts.
Lydon L. Langley, 46, of Millville, Nov. 9; he worked for Harrah’s Casino for many years and Aunt Kitty’s the past five years.
Gloria D. Lence, 90, a Millville native, Nov. 12; she became the assistant to the executive vice-president of international sales at Decca Records in NYC.
Margaret Lundgren, 97, a long-time resident of Hopewell Township, Oct. 31; she retired after 36 years of teaching kindergarten in the Hopewell Township School District.
Gary McCracken, 72, of Upper Deerfield Township, Nov. 16; he was a machinist for Owens Illinois Glass Co., Wheaton Glass, and Sony.
Ernest Metcalf, Sr., 82, of Deerfield Township, Nov. 16; prior to retirement, he had been employed with the Owens-Illinois Glass Company in Bridgeton as a mechanic for 42 years.
Chiyoko Kajiwara Moore, 96, of Upper Deerfield Township, Nov. 12; prior to retiring, she worked as a seamstress at the former Little Star Clothing Co. on Bank Street in Bridgeton.
Raymond L. Mosley Jr., 77, a Salem native, Nov. 11; he retired from SEPTA as a millwright.
John W. Plenus Sr., 61, of Millville, Oct. 31; he worked at Comar Inc. in Buena for more than 32 years as a set up mechanic.
Arlene G. Powers, 74, a Bridgeton native, Nov. 9; she was a teacher, and spent some years sewing and making clothes.
Charlene I. Rehmann, 81, of Millville, Nov. 1; she worked for the Vineland State School for over 25 years.
Sandra Ann Streeper, 69, formerly of Millville, Nov. 12; she retired from Inspira Medical Center as an IT specialist.
Philip E. VanLier, 77, of Upper Deerfield Township, NJ; he worked for 21 years at the former Owens-Illinois Glass Co. in Bridgeton.
Luba L. Vasiliev, 67, of Vineland, Oct. 31; she had taught pre-kindergarten children as well as Russian language.