On March 11, 2022, Eileen (née Patton) of Haddonfield, NJ age 88 yrs. Beloved wife of the late Nazzareno S. Loving mother to Susan Bernardi of Mt. Laurel, NJ, Julia Shellhouse (Robert) of Arlington, VA, John (Bridget) of Sewell, NJ and the late Thomas. Grandmother of 8 to Anne, David and Henry LaGatta, Eric and Jack Shellhouse, Stella, Lydia and Theodore Bernardi. Also survived by a brother William P. Patton of Glenolden, PA.

Eileen was born in Camden, NJ to Francis J. (“Pat”) and Helen (Stolarski) Patton.  She attended Gloucester Catholic High School and Peirce Business School (now Peirce College) in Philadelphia. While working as an executive secretary for General Electric, she met the love of her life and set off on a 35-year adventure of marriage with Nazz.  Eileen raised her four children in Stratford and Stone Harbor, NJ. She was exceptionally blessed in her many treasured friendships, old and new, some of which spanned more than 75 years. Eileen was the consummate hostess and a talented cook; she loved her vibrant social life, traveling, reading, cinema, all things Irish, and, most of all, her grandchildren. 

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation Tuesday, April 5, from 10 to 11 AM at Christ the King Church 200 Windsor Ave. Haddonfield, NJ. Funeral Mass will be celebrated 11 AM. Interment Calvary Cemetery Cherry Hill, NJ

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On March 10, 2022, Barbara A. (nee Hambrose) of Cinnaminson, NJ (formerly of Bellmawr). Beloved Wife of the late Francis J. (Jim). Loving mother to Sharon Frank (Doug) of Haddon Twp. NJ, Erin Breen (Drew) of Mantua, NJ, Michael (Stephanie) of Cinnaminson, NJ, and Shelagh Lowa. Of Wallingford, PA.

Grandmother to Chelsea Frank (Chris), Shannon Breen (Tyler) Zachary Breen (Brittney), Kyle Lowa and Evan Lowa. One great grandson Hudson. Also survived by her brother Martin J. Hambrose (Lynn) of Runnemede, NJ, and the late Cordelia McKenna. Also many nieces and nephews.

The loves of her life were her children, grandchildren and the beach, especially OCNJ and Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida.  Along with being a fun, full-time Mom, she was a legal secretary in Philadelphia for many years.  She was an avid Phillies fan and enjoyed summer vacations with family at the shore and Florida, her second home.  Although she would tell you she was shy, her quirky sense of humor and sharp wit always made us laugh and you never knew what would come out of her mouth next. She will be missed by so many.

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation Thursday March 17, 2022, 10 to 11 AM at the HINSKI-TOMLINSON FUNERAL HOME 81 Haddon Ave. Haddonfield, NJ. Celebration of her life 11 AM. Int. Pvt.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in memory of Barbara Lynch online to: Operationsmile.org or by mail to 3641 Faculty Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23453

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John Nicholas Beluch of Haddonfield, NJ died peacefully on January 17, 2021. Beloved husband of Denette Myers Beluch for 45 years, survived by his daughter, Natasha Simone Lupus, and granddaughters, Zoe Katherine and Isla Danielle of Mt Laurel, NJ; sisters: Elaine Church of Arlington, VA; Cathy Galante of Hoboken, NJ; Marji Beluch of Cherry Hill, NJ; brother, Michael Beluch of Voorhees, NJ and predeceased by brother, Russell Beluch and sister, Dolores Beluch. Dow Chemical hired John when he was a physics major at St. Joseph University to serve during the Vietnam War. Due to his interests in foreign timberland and ability to speak multiple languages, he founded his own U.S. Woodworking Machinery business. While running his factory in Northern Thailand, he taught English in Chao Phraya, where a school is named after him. John was also an ordained Buddhist monk. He had a passion for traveling; his anniversary celebrations in the South Polynesian and Hawaiian Isles were out of this world. John was always up for telling jokes and hosting dinner parties. Admired by family and friends for his building expertise, travel adventures, green thumb skills, and gourmet cooking; he created memorable itineraries, gardens and meals. Being the proud grandfather of Zoe and Isla and Uncle to 4 nieces and 7 nephews were great joys to him.

Relatives and friends are invited to the Memorial Service Saturday March 19, 2022, 10AM at Grace Episcopal Church 19 Kings Highway E. Haddonfield, NJ, In the Performance Hall in the parish house.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan Hospice or Grace Episcopal Church in Haddonfield, NJ.

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