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Deaths


Radcliffe O. Bailey, Sr., 85, a Hopewell Township native, Dec. 30; he worked at the General Motors Automotive Factory before spending more than 28 years as a locomotive engineer for Norfolk Southern.
Albert DeStefano, 91, of Landisville, Jan. 9; he founded and operated his own trucking company, A-D Trucking.
Dana L. DeBellis, 76, of Hopewell Township, Jan. 9; she worked as a secretary at Edison State College before retiring.
Elaine P. Elton, 79, of Vineland, Jan. 7.
Dorothy B. Hitchner, 95, of Bridgeton, Jan. 7; she worked as a switchboard operator at Bell Telephone, in the office for Seabrook Farms and on the family farm.
Timothy Leeds, 41, of Millville, Jan. 10; he loved to play basketball and baseball with his brothers.
William L. Meischke, 81, of Millville, Jan. 7; he was a diesel mechanic.
Alana Molino, 78, of Vineland, Jan. 9; she worked for the Vineland Board of Education as a teacher’s assistant.
Charles J. Puff, 81, of Elmer, Jan. 6; prior to retirement, he was purchasing manager at Clement Pappas/Lousande in Seabrook and Carneys Point.
Louis R. Renshaw, Sr., 97, of Newfield, Jan. 7; prior to retirement, he was employed in the glass industry.
Anita M. Rosiejka, 82, of Millville, Jan. 10; she was a homemaker and was active with Hands of Mercy Fellowship at Milmay Christian Church.
Ruth Rovner, 90, formerly of Bridgeton, Jan. 11; she worked as a realtor for Rovner Realty in Bridgeton.
William J. Schenk, 91, of Vineland, Jan. 6; he was an industrial engineer with Owens-Illinois-Kimble Glass for most of his career.
Ellie I. Taylor, 79, of Millville, Dec. 20; she retired as a security guard from the Atlantic City Convention Center.
Henrietta Walker, 80, of Bridgeton, Jan. 11; prior to retirement, she worked at several glass factories.