On June 21, 2021, Jean Beutler (nee Neely), 88, of Haddonfield, NJ passed away peacefully in her long-time home. Jean was the beloved wife of the late William Beutler and the late William Firman, mother of the late Janette McCullough, and sister to the late James A. Neely, Jr., all of whom preceded her in death.  She is survived by her grandson Michael Brophy and her great grandchildren Colin, Ryan, and Gavin. Jean spent her last days comforted and cared for by her Sister Edna Wallace of Haddonfield and her brother Ronald Neely of Maple Shade, NJ.

Jean attended high school at Kensington High school and worked as Financial Controller at F.C. Kerbeck & Sons on rte.73 for many years, prior to retiring.
In addition to spending time with her family and friends, she enjoyed reading, painting, cruising, going to the shore, and taking rides in the exurbs of South Jersey.
A celebration of life will be held at the 25 Club of Maple Shade, NJ on Sunday July 18, 2021, from 4 to 7 P.M with refreshments.  Please let us know of your intention to attend by sending an email to <>

The interment will be private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Condolences and memories may be shared at <>.


On February 13, 2021 Henry D. “Skip “ Bean III of Haddonfield, NJ age 59 yrs. Beloved husband of Christina “Kris” (nee Arno). Loving father to, Andrew, Christian (Jenni Apeldorn), Jackson and Rebecca. Also survived by his parents Henry D. Bean Jr (Donna) of Bonita Springs,  FL. and Catharine (Penny) Baselice of Ocean City, NJ. Cherished brother of Scott Gaylert, Lisa Alberts (Greg), Holly Gaylert Bean (Bob Colbroth), Sandra Lewis (Lance), Linda Alibrando (Bill), Daniel Baselice and Stephen Baselice (Jaime). Loving uncle to 22 nieces and nephews and one great nephew. Skip was predeceased by his loving step mother, Judith M. Bean.

Skip was a 40 year member of the Haddonfield Fire Department, past president and Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield 2017-2018. He was a Trustee for the Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund for 14 years and chaired the Heros to Heros Run.  Skip took great pride in volunteering at First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield on the Deacons and Property and Grounds Committee. Skip served on many boards and committees.

In lieu of flowers, Rebecca Bean College Fund, Republic Bank, Attn: Jackie Russell, First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield or Haddon Fire Co. no. 1

Due to Covid restrictions a private memorial service will be celebrated on Friday February 19, 2021 at 2 PM, and will be available via zoom. A public memorial celebration will be planned for later in the spring of 2021 if restrictions ease.

For the Zoom link please contact either Ken Tomlinson or Kris Bean.


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.

Due to Covid restrictions, a private interment will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan Hospice or Grace Episcopal Church in Haddonfield, NJ. A memorial service will be held at a later date, in March of 2022.