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Badaracco, Thomas

BADARACCO
 

Suddenly on May 3, 2000 Thomas Peter of Sarasota, FL formerly of Cherry Hill. Age 41. Beloved son of Evelyn M. Badaracco and the late James J. Badaracco of Cherry Hill. Dear brother of James Badaracco Jr. of Cherry Hill, Richard Badaracco of Arlington, VA and Carrie Rothamel of Mt. Laurel. Visitation Tuesday 3:30 to 4:30pm in the SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME, 304 W. Rt 70, Cherry Hill, NJ. Funeral services 4:30pm. Entombment private. The family requests in lieu of flowers that contributions in his memory be made to the American Red Cross, 312 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ.

Publication date: 5/08/00
 

 

Comfort, Forrest

COMFORT, FORREST W., JR.
Of Williamstown, NJ.  Suddenly on June 18, 2002.  Age 44.
Born in Phila., he lived in Pennsauken before moving to Williamstown in 1977.  Forrest was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School Class of 1975 and Cumberland County College.  He worked as an Assistant Store Keeper for Ancora State Hospital.  He enjoyed camping and fishing.
Beloved husband of Lynda Comfort (nee DiGregorio).  Devoted father of Kyeesha M. Comfort, Summer D. Comfort, Kira G. Comfort and Tawnne N. Comfort all of Williamstown.  Loving son of Forrest W. Comfort, Sr. and Florencia Comfort (nee Flemming) of Williamstown.  Dear brother of Willie S. Comfort, Sr. and his wife Brenda of Williamstown.  Dear brother in-law of Tony DiGregorio, Esa DiGregorio, Michael DiGregorio & Bernice Caudill and Karen DiGregorio all of Vineland.  Also survived by a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends.
Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Saturday from 8:00-10:00 AM at the FARNELLI FUNERAL HOME, 504 N. Main St., Williamstown, where a service will follow at 10:00AM.  Burial Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson.
Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Assoc., 1060 Kings Hwy. N., Ste 309, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034.

Publication date: 6/20/02 (Courier Post)

Martin, Joseph

MARTIN
October 23, 1999 Joseph J. Jr. of Westmont, age 42. Husband of Cindy (nee Norcross). Dear son of Alma and the late Joseph J. Sr.  Dear father of Joseph J. III.  Dear brother of Patricia Martin, Barbara DeFabrizio, Frances Pellow, Mary Matson, Thomas and Michael.  Loving uncle of many nieces and nephews.  Relatives & friends are invited to the Visitation on Wednesday eve 7-9PM.  In St. Stephen's Church, 6300 Browning Rd., Pennsauken.  Mass of Christian Burial Thursday at 10 AM in the Church.  Interment Calvary Cem.  Arrg by FALCO/CARUSO & LEONARD FUNERAL HOMES.

Publication date: 10/26/99 (Courier Post)

McLarney, Sister Mary Edna

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
Saturday, April 17, 1999
Page: D13
Edition: D

Section: LOCAL
Graphics: PHOTO

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Memo: Obituaries
SISTER MARY EDNA MCLARNEY, 83, EDUCATOR
By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Elizabeth ``Sister Mary Edna'' McLarney, 83, an educator who dedicated her life to Camden Catholic High School, died Thursday at Cooper Hospital-University Medical Center, Camden.
She was a resident of the Camden Catholic Convent in Cherry Hill.
Raised in Audubon, she was a student in the first class of St. Rose of Lima School in neighboring Haddon Heights, and graduated from Camden Catholic High School, then in Camden, in 1933.
An educator for the last 64 years, Sister Mary Edna returned to Camden Catholic High School, now in Cherry Hill, in 1965 as a Spanish teacher and then chaired the foreign language department. She retired from classroom teaching in the mid-1970s, becoming an assistant to the dean of students.
In 1984, she became the school's director of activities, a post she held until her death.
Camden Catholic High School will be closed Monday so that staff and students can attend her funeral service, said the Rev. Andrew Martin, the school's principal for the last 15 years.
``It has been a sad time here at Camden Catholic for the last few days, being aware of her illness and dying,'' Father Martin said. ``This was a grand, dignified lady who was so much a part of the building and who did everything with such class.''
Even though Sister Mary Edna had been retired from formal teaching for some time, she continued to work every day, often behind the scenes, Father Martin said. ``She was a principal's dream . . . an inspiration to the rest of the faculty. She was always content to do the little things that others wouldn't bother themselves with.''
From the little to the big, she was active everyday at the school. She did routine office work, helping with attendance and collecting tuition, and coordinating various activities, trips and mailings.
Sister Mary Edna also oversaw two of the school's big fund-raising events each year. She was in charge of the patron drive for the annual school play and of the annual magazine sale drive.
She also ran the National Honor Society annual induction of new members, and was responsible, years ago, for bringing the Spanish Honor Society to the school.
In 1995, she was honored as the year's distinguished alumnus.
``I don't think there was anything more important in her ministry than Camden Catholic and its students,'' Father Martin said.
Before returning to Camden Catholic, Sister Mary Edna had taught at Phillipsburg Catholic High School in Warren County; Red Bank Catholic High School in Monmouth County; Cathedral High School in Trenton; Holy Spirit High School in Atlantic City, and St. Mary School in Perth Amboy.
She graduated from Georgian Court College in Lakewood in 1949, and received her master's degree in Spanish from Notre Dame University in 1958.
She enjoyed traveling, including trips to Europe and Alaska.
She is survived by sisters Loretta Aigner, Lucy Mullin, Mary Kerley, Frances Miersch, Dorothy Rutter, and Agnes Beach Tome; brothers Edward and Joseph; and nephews and nieces.
Visitation and Vigil services will be from 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and from 9 to 9:45 a.m. Monday at St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, 6300 Browning Rd., Pennsauken, where Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery. South Plainfield, Middlesex County.
Memorial donations may be made to McAuley Hall, 1633 Route 22, Watchung, N.J. 07060.
Caption: PHOTO
Sister Mary Edna dedicated her life to Camden Catholic High.


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Rea, Leo [Principal]

REA, LEO V.
Suddenly on October 10, 2001, age 72 years, of Medford.  Husband of the late Pamela Sue (nee Reddy).  Survived by three cousins Joseph Gallagher of Bear, DE, Susan Gallagher- DeVlieger of Ocean City, NJ and Susan Barry Ward of Cherry Hill.  Also survived by six sisters and brothers-in-law Michael S. Reddy of Mishawaka, IN, Mary L. Reddy of Kalamazoo, MI, Dennis Reddy of South Bend, IN, Kathleen Reddy White and Patricia Reddy of Edwardsburg, MI and Elizabeth Ann Dolembo of Michigan City, IN.  Relatives and friends of the family may call Sunday 7 to 9PM at the EVOY-BANASZ FUNERAL HOME, 129 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights.  A Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated Monday 10:30AM at St. Mary of the Lakes R.C. Church, Jackson Rd, Medford.  Interment Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill.  In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Joseph's Carpenter Society, 2907 Federal St, Camden, NJ 08105.

Publication date: 10/12/01 (Courier Post)

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Sunday, October 14, 2001

Services to be held for teacher Leo Rea


Courier-Post staff
MEDFORD

Leo V. Rea, a former priest of the Diocese of Camden, died Wednesday at his home in Medford. He was 72.

Born in Camden, Rea was ordained in 1956 and served primarily as an educator in the Diocese until 1976.

He served as principal of St. Joseph's High School in Camden from 1969 to 1972, and of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill from 1972 until 1976.

Rea also served as administrative principal of the Shamong Township School District from 1976 to 1983. He then became superintendent of the school district until his retirement in 1992.

Until his death, he was a Latin teacher at Westfield Friends School, Cinnaminson.

Friends may call Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Evoy- Banasz Funeral Home, 129 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated Monday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Church, Jackson Road, Medford. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph's Carpenter Society, 2907 Federal St., Camden 08015, or Westfield Friends School, 2201 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson 08077.

 

 

 

 

Reddy (Rea), Sue [Teacher]

REA
On September 24, 2000 Pamela Sue (nee Reddy), age 55 yrs of Medford.  Wife of Leo V. Rea.  Also survived by 2 brothers Michael & his wife Cindy of Mishawaka, IN, Dennis & his wife Jacque of South Bend, IN, 4 sisters Mary Reddy of Kalamazoo, MI, Anne Dolembo & her husband Robert of Michigan City, IN, Patricia Reddy & Kathleen Reddy White & her husband Gary, all of Edwardsburg, MI.  Relatives and friends of the family may call Tuesday evening 7-9pm at the EVOY-BANASZ FUNERAL HOME, 129 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday 10:30am at St. Mary of the Lakes R.C. Church, 40 Jackson Rd, Medford.  Interment Calvary Cem, Cherry Hill.  The family would appreciate donations to St. Joseph's Carpenter Society, 27th & Federal Sts, Camden, NJ.

Publication date: 9/26/00 (Courier Post)

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