News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Flenard, the first woman to serve as a Collingswood borough commissioner, died peacefully at age 87 on Wednesday.
Services will be Saturday.
Services will be held Monday.
Services will be on Saturday.
A toy drive in his memory will be held Sunday at the 7-Eleven at 610 N. Haddon Ave., Haddonfield.
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The 85-year-old Collingswood native helped grow a construction business, was a volunteer firefighter, and is survived by 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren
Fulbrook died at Cooper University Hospital Tuesday morning.
Clapp, president of the Collingswood High School Class of 1954, was an active lay minister at several area churches.
The former Collingswood High School standout quarterback taught high-school marketing classes, wrote grants for low-income kids and left behind a legacy of involvement.
Collingswood's oldest resident passed away just a few days after her 110th birthday.
Lance Cpl. Curtis A. Christensen Jr., gave his life in Anbar province on Jan. 11, 2008. He was a Collingswood resident.
Jean Gaasch, 82, passed away at her Moorestown home last weekend. For 40 years, she helped build and strengthen the nonprofit Perkins Center for the Arts.
A viewing for the late Collingswood police sergeant and firefighter will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight and 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at Foster-Warne Funeral Home.
The late youth wrestling program coordinator was beloved of many parents, educators and coaches in Collingswood. His viewing will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
Family members say one of the most prolific minds of the digital age apparently took his own life Friday, a victim of depression and the stress of a trumped-up federal piracy case.
The longtime Collingswood resident was a decorated veteran, Boy Scout leader, and led the charge to erect a monument to those lost in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
Services will be held in Haddonfield this Friday for the 1942 graduate of Collingswood High School.
The pair brought more than good drinks and good times to the region, supporting various charitable efforts and making personal connections with their employees.
Cornelius Patrick "Connie" Macauley Jr. ran the popular Connie Mac's pub in Pennsauken.