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William Riches Jr

Apr 12, 1929 - Dec 03, 2023

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Marlton, NJ

William J. Riches, Jr. , known affectionately as Bill, passed away peacefully on December 1,2023, at the age of 94, in Marlton, NJ. Born on April 12, 1929, in Philadelphia, PA, Bill's lifewas marked by his spirited nature, loving heart, and unwavering kindness. Bill honorably served his country in the US Air Force from 1948 to 1952, a period that helpedshape the man he would become. He carried the discipline and commitment he learned in themilitary throughout his life, particularly into his care...Read More

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Christopher Michael Dondarski

Apr 30, 1990 - Feb 22, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Christopher Michael Dondarski, 33, of Marlton, known affectionately as Chris to his friends and family, passed away on February 22, 2024. Born on April 30, 1990, in Daytona Beach, Florida,Chris's zest for life and love for his family defined his 33 years.Chris was a beloved father, son, grandson, nephew, and friend. He leaves behind his cherished daughter, Kaylee Dondarski, who was the light of his life. His unwavering commitment to her was evident in every aspect of his life, especially in the joy he found in coaching her soccer teams, and watching her excel as an All Star cheerleader on a National level. Chris's legacy of love and dedication will continue to live on through Kaylee.He is survived by his devoted parents, Steven and LaurieAnne Dondarski, and his adored grandfather, Stanley Dondarski. Chris is survived by his aunts and uncles, Elizabeth Mondo, affectionately known as “Diz,” Mary Anne Lopreato (Matt), Michael Dondarski (Kathy), Anthony Dondarski (Leslie), and Laurie Lee Dondarski (Barbara). He also leaves behind his cousins and friends.His life was enriched by the presence of Kaylee's mother, Amber Gabriel.Chris was preceded in death by his grandparents, Grace Dondarski, Salvatore and Sadie Mondo, and his aunts, Sandy Drexinger and Jackie Mondo.A proud graduate of Camden Catholic High School, class of 2008, Chris's talent on the baseball field was undeniable. As a 4 year varsity pitcher/player, he accumulated many accolades including All South Jersey and First Team Olympic Conference multiple seasons. He was also a five year member of the Haddon Heights American Legion team where he was honored on their “Pitchers Wall of Fame”. On the diamond, he demonstrated not only skill but also sportsmanship and leadership. His passion for the game earned him a baseball scholarship to St. Peter's College, and he later achieved a bachelor's degree from Wilmington University.Chris's love for his family was the cornerstone of his existence. He treasured every moment spent with his daughter Kaylee, whether it was on the field, cheer, traveling, or simply enjoying each other's company. His fun-loving and energetic nature made him the heart of family gatherings, and his presence will be deeply missed.A visitation will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, on Monday, March 4, 2024, at Bradley Funeral Home, 601 Rt 73 South, Marlton, NJ 08053 and from 9:30 am to 10:30 am, on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at the Catholic Church of St. Mary, 2001 Springdale Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. A Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 10:30 am, at the church. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Cherry Hill.In lieu of flowers, donations in Christopher’s memory may be made towards Kaylee’s College Education Fund.

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William V. Finley

Apr 25, 1960 - Feb 22, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

William V. FinleyOf Marlton, NJ, passed away on February 22, 2024. He was 63 years old. He is survived by his beloved significant other Denise Brown. He is the loving father of William Finley and Alyssa Allen (Scott) and grandfather of Avery. Devoted son of Margaret Gittins Finley and the late John Finley. Dear brother of Barbara Lynn and Meg Hughes Mills. William grew up in Glendora, NJ and graduated from Triton High School in 1978. He then graduated from Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. A great fan of the game of baseball, he played in high school and college, and a was huge fan of the Phillies. He was also an Eagles Fan and enjoyed fishing and golf. He worked for over 30 years for Kellogg’s in South Jersey and more recently worked as a sales rep for General Mills. Family and friends are invited to his visitation 2-4 pm Saturday, March 2 at BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, 601 NJ 73 South (at Evesham Rd.), Marlton, NJ. A Service celebrating his life will begin at 4 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Kidney Cancer Association (kidneycancer.org).

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Margaret C. Maney

May 15, 1938 - Feb 18, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Margaret C. Maney of Marlton, N.J., passed away on February 18, 2024. She was 85 years old. Belovedwife of Edward F. Maney, Jr. Loving mother of Edward (Ann) and Daniel Sr. (Marie). Devotedgrandmother of Thomas, Mary Kate, Sean (Sydney), Clara, Daniel Jr., and John. Dear sister of JosephineMcCarthy (late Robert), the late Mary Casey (late Robert), the late John Brady (late Fran), and the lateThomas Brady (late Linda). Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Margaret (Peg) worked with PNC Bankfor many years both in retail banking and trust management in Chester Country, Pa. and later inPhiladelphia. Over the years, she was a devoted neighbor to friends in Levittown, N.Y., Thorndale, Pa.,and the New Jersey communities of Barnegat, Waretown, and Marlton. A woman devoted to herCatholic faith, she was involved in parish ministries of the St. Vincent DePaul Society (food pantry) andthe Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians at St. Mary’s in Waretown, where she celebrated her Irishheritage. In addition, she, along with her husband Ed, were founding members of the bridge club at thatparish. Devoted to her family, Peg loved the ocean and spending time in the kitchen, known for herlasagna, cheesecake and Irish soda bread. She also loved to collect Beanie Babies for her grandchildrenand Annalee figures for her family at Christmas. Family and friends are invited to her visitation from 1 –2 p.m. and her funeral Mass at 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 24, all at St. Joan of Arc Church, 100 WillowBend Rd., Marlton, N.J. 08053. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations tothe St. Vincent DePaul Society at St. Mary’s Church, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat, N.J. 08005.

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Dolores A Sammaritano

Mar 03, 1936 - Feb 19, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Dolores A Sammaritano (nee Oriente) passed away peacefully on February 19,2024 at the age of 87 surrounded by her family. She was the beloved wife of 62 years of the late John G. Sammaritano. Loving mother of four children, Maria, John (Karen), Jeffery (Sharon), and Denise (Rich); loving grandmother to 11 grandchildren, John, Michael, Danielle, Lauren, Nick, Joe, John, Alyssa, Danny, Emma, and David and 2 great-grandchildren, Giovanni and Olivia Rae.Dolores was born and raised in Philadelphia PA where she met and married her husband Johnand together, they started their family. They then moved to Marlton NJ and continued to raisetheir four children in the home they shared for the next 60 years. In this home is where Dolores poured her heart into her incredible cooking that was shared by family and friends, always being the gracious host. Later, she developed an incredible talent forgardening. Whether it was tomatoes or flowers of all kinds, everything she grew flourished. Many would stop, look, and comment on the beautiful flowers on display at her home in Ocean City NJ where she spent her summers with family and friends year after year. She was a kind, beautiful soul who was loved by all who knew her. Her laugh would fill the room as well as our hearts. She will be missed beyond words. Angels adorned almost every room in her home. Now we have the blessing of having her as ourangel.Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation on Friday March 8, 2024 from 6-8pm and Saturday March 9, 2024 from 12:30-1:30pm at the Bradley Funeral Home, 601 Rt. 73 South & Evesham Rd., Marlton, NJ, where a Memorial Service will begin at 1:30 pm. Entombment of her urn will follow at Park View Cemetery at Kirby’s Mill, Medford, NJ.In lieu of flowers, the family would like to request that donations be made to Samaritan Hospice P.O. Box 71425 Philadelphia PA 19176 www.samaritanNJ.org.

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Ingeborg (Inge) Andrews

Nov 12, 1926 - Feb 15, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

In Loving Memory of Ingeborg (Inge) AndrewsIngeborg Pieper Andrews, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024. She lived a life full of love, purpose, and creativity, and leaves behind a legacy of cherished memories, beauty, and lifelong achievement.Born on November 12, 1926 in New York, NY, the oldest daughter of Ernest and Susanna Pieper, Inge spent her childhood in Long Island, NY. Married to Richard Andrews on November 6, 1945, together with they created their home in New Jersey and lived a life full of love and adventure for over 77 years, with a dedication to each other that was inspiring to all who knew them. Inge was a teacher, and while working and raising four daughters, she earned her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in kindergarten/elementary education in 1964 and 1968, continuing to complete her doctorate coursework in early childhood education thereafter. Her strong intellect and calling to teach and mentor others were complemented by her dedication to her family and lifelong friends.Inge is survived by her sister, Anita Cherry, her four daughters and sons-in-law; Patricia Smith (Tom), Barbara Tarbox (David), Linda Bass (Bob), and Robin McElwee (David), ten grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, and special neighbors who were more like family. She was the loving matriarch to her growing family, full of grace and compassion, strength and caring.Inge was known for her green thumb and the way in which she turned the world around her into a vibrant oasis. Her home and gardens, both in New Jersey and Schroon Lake, were her place of peace and beauty. Her skills in the garden were matched by her artistic talents; Inge’s cross-stitches and hooked rugs are timeless treasures to her family, and her many painted ornaments and Noah’s Ark animals adorn her family’s homes across the country and hold the memory of treasured holidays together.In their retirement years, Inge and Dick prioritized traveling to see their family, trips up to the Lake, and exploring exciting new places around the world. Home was always in their hearts however, particularly with their loyal dogs by their side.Inge’s spirit will live on in the blossoms of spring, the artistry she leaves behind, and the family she has nurtured and cherished. Rest in peace, Inge, united again with Dick and other loved ones already passed.A graveside funeral will be held in honor of Inge Andrews on Saturday March 2nd at 11:00 AM at Colestown Cemetery, 100 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill, NJ.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice in Inge’s memory.

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Iris Teibel

Jan 20, 1933 - Feb 19, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Iris Teibel, 91, of Marlton, formerly of Cherry Hill, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loved ones on February 19, 2024.Iris was born on January 20, 1933, in Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico to Dominga Feble (Orsini) and Pedro Feble. Affectionately called “Mother”, she was first and foremost a fantastic and ever-present mother. She was known for her sense of humor, sharp mind, and her caring personality. Iris had a penchant for cooking, crafting, puzzles, gardening, and for creating art. Iris deftly juggled her motherhood priorities during her over 60-year career in accounting and bookkeeping. When the family-owned shoe stores, she was the glue that held the stores and family together. She was smart, she could complete a difficult sudoku puzzle in minutes and was very tech savvy, learning computer skills well into her golden years and keeping up with her family on Facebook, Instagram, and by text.Iris was preceded in death by her husband Irving Teibel, her son Bryan Teibel (Roberta), her mother Dominga Feble (Orsini), father Pedro Feble, sister and brother-in-law Virginia and John Rivera, sister and brother-in-law Margarita and John Parrilla, sister and brother-in-law Francesca (Francis) and David Juran.Iris is survived by her sons; David Teibel, Paul Teibel, Mitch Teibel (Gail) and daughter Darcy Heberling (Steve). Iris is grandmother to Samantha Lavelle (Nicholas), Nicole Boyd (Taylor), Danielle Kernodle (Jared), Stephanie Teibel, Lauren Stier (Cameron), Matthew Teibel, Hannah Heberling and Peter Heberling. Iris is great grandmother to Kennedy, Mila, Paige, and Oakley. Iris was a lovable aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. Iris shared her love and kindness with Giselle and her children Isaiah and Iliana (Paul’s family). It fulfilled her heart to be able to reconnect 4-years ago, with her and Irving’s first son, Gordon, his wife Beverly, and their son Daniel.A viewing will be from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at Bradley Funeral Home, 601 Rt 73 South, Marlton, NJ 08053. A funeral service will begin at 11:00 am, at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Locustwood Memorial Park in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.Iris will be deeply missed and fondly remembered Iris as the heart of our large, beloved family.

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John G. Della Vecchia, Jr.

May 28, 1961 - Feb 19, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

John G. Della Vecchia, Jr.Of Marlton, NJ, passed away suddenly on February 19, 2024. He was 62 years old. Beloved husband of Anita (nee Fortuna). Loving father of Andrew Della Vecchia (Carolyn), Stephen Della Vecchia (Elizabeth) and Matthew Della Vecchia. Devoted grandfather of Paul, Joseph, and Louis Della Vecchia. Dear son of Kay Della Vecchia (nee Carastro) and the late John G. Della Vecchia, Sr. and brother of Michael Della Vecchia and Jeanine Conti (Joseph). John grew up in South Philadelphia and graduated from St. Joseph’s Prep in 1979. He went on to earn a degree in accounting from Loyola University. He worked as a finance accountant for Temple Health Services in Philadelphia for several years and had previously worked for Dow Jones and Company. He was a gifted handyman and loved tools, but he lived for the moments he could spend with his grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to his visitation 10am to 12:30pm and to his Memorial Service at 12:30pm on Saturday, March 2 at BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, 601 NJ 73 South (at Evesham Rd.), Marlton, NJ. Burial will be private. 

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Francis E. Hummel, Jr.

Aug 13, 1928 - Feb 17, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Francis E. Hummel, Jr.Of Marlton, NJ, was called home to the Lord on February 17, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. He was 95 years old. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine D. Hummel (nee Miller) for 72 years. Loving father of Keith F. Hummel (Linda) and Karl D. Hummel (Catherine), and the late Karen D. Hassinger. Devoted grandfather of 11 and great grandfather of 9. Frank grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from Simon Gratz High School in 1946. He graduated from Drexel University in 1965 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He served in the Army during the Korean War and was a member of the Army Security Agency while he served. He played football for Simon Gratz and the 7th Army. Frank established the Hummel Engineering Corporation in 1968, serving as its owner and president until 1996. He was a member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Mechanical Contractor’s Association and served on its board for a number of years and as its Executive Director for 2 years. He was a member of the Christian Businessmen’s Association, Chairman of the Missionary Board at Cherry Hill Baptist Church, and was a member of Grace Bible Church of Mt. Laurel. He formerly lived in Cherry Hill and Voorhees, NJ.Frank will be buried privately in Brigadier General William Doyle Veterans Cemetery in Wrightstown, NJ. A Memorial Service celebrating his life is being planned for a later date.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Grace Bible Church of Mt. Laurel, 822 South Church St., Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 or to Wiley Mission or Wiley Auxiliary, 99 East Main St., Marlton, NJ 08053

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William C. (Bill) McGoey

May 15, 1938 - Feb 13, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

William C. (Bill) McGoey, a longtime resident of Marlton, NJ passed peacefully into Eternal Glory at his home on February 13, 2024. He was 85 years old. He leaves behind a legacy of resilience and accomplishment as a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend that will be remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing him.He is survived by Delia (Diaz), his beloved wife of 63 years. His children William E. McGoey (Susan) and Kristen Andracki. Proud grandfather of William A. McGoey, Morgan McGoey, Shaye McGoey, Chad Andracki, Alexandra Andracki and his sister Barbara Kruse.Predeceased in life by his parents William R. and Dorothy (Abend) McGoey, his sister Mary Garvey, his brother Richard McGoey and his son-in-law William Andracki.Born in Kingston, PA to humble beginnings, Bill was a great student athlete who starred in Football and Wrestling at Kingston High School. He was awarded a life-changing scholarship to play football at Rutgers University, where he not only excelled on the field but also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He embarked on a successful 5-decade corporate career in sales and marketing that spanned diverse industries, from consumer products to banking, culminating in the dynamic world of technology. Bill worked on innovative banking solutions for Citibank/Citigroup that culminated in the Automated Teller Machine (ATM). He was President of major divisions within International Companies such as Standard and Poor’s and McGrall-Hill. He was involved in some of the early few Startup tech companies located on the East Coast and retired as an International Account Manager at Digital Equipment Corp. His innate business acumen and dedication earned him respect and admiration from colleagues and clients alike.Together with his soulmate Delia, they traveled the world and experienced many different wonders and experiences together. A true sports enthusiast, he initiated a passion for the Philadelphia Sports teams that became a cherished tradition shared with his family. He also had an insatiable passion for golf that he enjoyed throughout his life, creating strong friendships that became among his most fond memories. But his greatest devotion of all was the time he spent with his family. As a father coaching, refereeing and umpiring in the Marlton Rec Council, and later as a grandfather attending every one of his grandchildren’s games, recitals and school activities . His presence was a source of comfort and encouragement, leaving an indelible mark on each member of his family.Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing on Wednesday February 21st from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Bradley Funeral Home, Rt. 73 & Evesham Rd., Marlton, NJ and Thursday February 22nd from 10:00- 10:45 AM at St. Joan of Arc Church, 100 Willow Bend Rd., Marlton, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 11:00 AM. Interment will follow at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, NJ. In lieu of flowers, friends are encouraged to make donations in his name to the Michael J Fox Foundaton for Parkinson’s Research at https://give.michaeljfox.org/

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Rosemary A. McCarrick

May 20, 1940 - Feb 14, 2024

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Marlton, NJ

Rosemary A. McCarrick (nee Kelly), 83, of Marlton, NJ passed away surrounded by her loving family on February 14, 2024. Beloved wife of the late Charles E. McCarrick. Cherished mother of Christopher McCarrick, Kelly Bailey and her husband Ronald, and Megan Woodhouse and her husband Timothy. Devoted grandmother of Erin Bailey and Charlotte and Sean Woodhouse. Daughter of the late Francis and Rose (nee Breslin) Kelly and sister of the late Francis Kelly.Rosemary was born and raised in the Mayfair section of Northeast Philadelphia. She attended St. Timothy’s Elementary School and graduated from St. Hubert’s High School in 1958. A woman of strong faith, Rosemary was a Sister of St. Joseph of Chestnut Hill from 1958-1961 during which time she attended Chestnut Hill College and taught first grade at St. Callistus. She returned home in 1961 and worked at the Philadelphia Electric Company while attending St. Joseph’s University.Rosemary married the love of her life and best friend, Charlie, in 1969. She thoroughly enjoyed working as a preschool teacher and tutor in Evesham Township while raising her family. She was an avid reader, enjoyed daily crossword puzzles and was a loyal Philadelphia sports fan, especially Villanova basketball and the Phillies. Rosemary’s greatest legacy is the unwavering love and dedication she showed to her husband and children. She will be deeply missed but her spirit will live on in the hearts of her children and grandchildren. May she rest in peace.Family and friends are invited to her visitation 10-11 am and to her Mass of Christian Burial at 11am on Saturday, February 24, all at St. Mary of the Lakes Church, 40 Jackson Rd., Medford, NJ 08055. Burial will follow in Resurrection Cemetery in Bensalem, PA. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to St. Mary of the Lakes Church, 40 Jackson Rd, Medford, NJ 08055, Online Giving - St. Mary of the Lakes - Medford, NJ (smlparish.org), Saint Mary of the Lakes School 196 Route 70, Medford, NJ 08055, Giving - Saint Mary of the Lakes School - Medford, NJ (smlschool.org) or to Samaritan Hospice on their website at http://www.samaritannj.org/donate-now or mailed to Samaritan Gift Processing Center, PO Box 71425, Philadelphia PA 19186-1425

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