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Obituaries 5.10.2006

By Rick Racela

The Herald publishes brief death notices free and paid obituaries for $1.50 a line. Obituaries are submitted by funeral homes; family members who submit information must provide the funeral home name.
 JAMES A. BEASLEY, 76, of Erma, May 7, 2006. He was retired from the U. S. Air Force, a retired builder, and attended the Rio Grande Bible Church.
 EDWARD THOMAS BEHELER, 66, of Cape May, May 6, 2006. He was a lifetime resident of the area, was owner, along with his wife, of Sports ‘n Stuff, veteran of the U. S. Army and a member of the Cape May United Methodist Church.
 HILDA E. BOONE, 77, of Cape May, May 8, 2006. She was an officer in the Salvation Army during World War II, and a former committeewoman for the Republican Council of Lower Township.
 ROBERT CLAYTON BRIGHT, 96, of Wildwood, May 7, 2006. He was a lifetime resident of the area, veteran of World War II, served on the Wildwood Planning Board, and a lifelong member of St. Simeon’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church.
 LUCILLE BROWN, 85, of Wildwood, May 3, 2006. She was the first African-American female police officer for the city of Wildwood, and a member of St. Ann’s Church. 
 LAURA BURKETT, 52, of Cape May, April 29, 2006. She was a resident since 1998.
 LETITIA M. CANDIDI, 66, of Rio Grande, May 4, 2006. She was a resident for nine ears, and a member of St. Raymond’s Church.
 JEAN A. DAVIS, 90, of Cold Spring, May 7, 2006. She was a resident since 1948, and a member of Tabernacle United Methodist Church.
 BERNICE A. DON-OVAN, 75, of Palermo, May 3, 2006. She was a member of the Church of the Resurrection where she taught CCD and was a member of the Mature Adults and volunteered for the Holy Redeemer Hospice. 
 HELEN L. (nee Dippach) FISH, of North Cape May, formerly of Philadelphia, April 30, 2006.
 FLORENCE C. GADSBY, 93, of Avalon, May 6, 2006. She was a special education teacher, and attended Our Saviour Lutheran Church of Stone Harbor.
 TOM HESS, 51, of West Cape May. He was a lifetime resident of the area, veteran of the U. S. Navy, owner of Hess Painting, and member of the VFW Post 386.
 RICHARD JOSEPH HIG-MAN, 63, of Villas, April 28, 2006. He was a longtime resident of the county and active in the Mason’s Hereford Lodge in Wildwood Crest.
 EDWARD A. HUSEN-ITZA, 61, of Woodbine, April 29, 2006.
 MARGARET K. LOM-BARDO, 75 of Woodbine, May 3, 2006. She was a longtime resident, and a member of St. Casimir’s Church.
 EDWARD MCGEE, 64, of North Wildwood, May 1, 2006. He was retired from Lehigh Valley Dairies and a member of St. Ann’s Church.
 ETTA MCBRIDE, 96, of Whitesboro, May 8, 2006. She was a resident for 33 years, and a member of the First Baptist Church of Whitesboro where she was a member of the Pastor’s Aide Board.
 DR. JOSEPH DAVID MCMENAMIN, formerly of Avalon, May 5, 2006.
 LOUELLA M. MOR-RISON, 71, of Court House, May 2, 2006. She was a resident here for nine years, having come from Belleplain, and retired from Wheaton Plastics.
 RUSSELL E. NORCROSS, SR., 81, of North Cape May, May 3, 2006. He was employed by Snow’s Canning, and along with his wife, was the assistant manager of the Cape May Recreational Program from the late 60’s to 70’s, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Cape May.
 DANIEL J. PHILLIPS, 62, of Villas, May 3, 2006. He was retired from Lower Township School District, and member of St. Raymond’s Church.
 STEPHEN SALFI, JR., 65, of Court House, May 3, 2006.
 JOHN P. TOLWINSKI, 84, of Stone Harbor, May 8, 2006. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of St. Paul’s Church.
 KATHLEEN M. WELSH, 58, of Wildwood, May 3, 2006.
 RUTH A WOODROW, 61, of Wildwood. She worked for W. T. Grant for 11 years, was a member of Local 54 hotel and restaurant employes, and worked in the kitchen at the Coast Guard Base.
 

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