Barry W. Burlaga of Beach Haven,New Jersey died Friday, February 3 at the age of 76.  Born November 19, 1940 in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, the son of the late Anna Youngken and Walter Burlaga, he was raised in Upper Black Eddy and Riegelsville, PA and lived in Philadelphia until moving to Beach Haven in 1980.

Barry leaves his wife of 51 years, Christine (Hansen) Burlaga, whom he married on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1965; their daughters, Amy Vogler and Sally Cottone; sons-in-law Rocky Vogler and Richard Cottone; five grandchildren, Aurora Vogler and Ava, Rex, Lila and Cleo Cottone.

Barry graduated from Palisades High School in 1958 and Lafayette College in 1962 with an AB in American Civilization.  He earned his JD at Temple University and was a CPA.  Barry worked for First Pennsylvania Bank, where he met his wife, Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co., Latimer and Buck, and Lincoln Bank.  From the mid-1970s to early 1980s he owned and operated Five Senses, a custom picture framing and gift store in Center City Philadelphia, which enabled him to balance work with raising his daughters.  In 1981 he returned to banking in southern New Jersey at Guardian Savings Bank until retiring from its successor,Cape Savings Bank, in 1997.  In his retirement he pursued his real estate license, working part-time for G. Anderson Agency until 1999.

Barry had a passion for photography, antiques and collectibles, gardening, woodworking, and following the stock market and financial news.  Nothing made him happier than summertime with his grandchildren, relaxing on his front porch, working in his garden, and spending time in the company of his beloved family and friends.

A service to honor Barry’s life will be held at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, on Atlantic and Marine Streets in Beach Haven, on Saturday, February 11 at 11:00 am.  In lieu of flowers the family asks that you remember Barry by investing in your retirement, planting a garden, or giving to the Beach Haven First Aid Squad or Beach Haven Volunteer Fire Company.


On February 3, 2017, age 86, of Blackwood, NJ (formerly of Ashland) beloved husband of the late Margaret M. (nee Greider)He was retired from RCA,Camden, NJ and a long time parishioner of Holy Rosary Parish in Ashland.

He is survived by three daughters: Margaret Mary Engleman (late James) of Franklinville, NJ, Marie Provenzano (Joe) of Newbury Park, CA and Joann Jenkins (Freddy Callueng)  of Gloucester Twp., NJ, and two sons: James J. Jenkins (Leslie) of Blackwood, NJ and William Jenkins (Maria) of Somerdale, NJ. 9 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation  Tuesday, February 7 after 7  PM at Hinski-Tomlinson Funeral Home, 81 Haddon Ave., Haddonfield, NJ and Wednesday, February 8 from 10 to 11 AM Before Mass at Holy Eucharist Church, 344 Kresson Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated11:00 AM. Interment will be in West Laurel Hill,Bala Cynwyd,PA.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in his memory to Catholic Charities PO Box 17066 Baltimore MD 21297.







Douglas P. Irons, age 85, of Voorhees, NJ. (formerly of Haddonfield), passed away January 28, 2017. Beloved husband of the late Mary Arlene (nee  Powell). Loving father to Sheri Kelemen (Greg) of Voorhees, NJ and Shaun Irons (Amy Mascena) of Brooklyn, NY.  He also has two grandchildren,  Jennifer Belland and Katherine Kelemen. One sister Christine Elder (Jerome) of Somerdale, NJ. Relatives and friend are invited to the Visitation  Thursday, February 2 from 10 to 11 AM at the Hinski-Tomlinson Funeral Home, 81 Haddon Ave., Haddonfield, NJ. The funeral service will be celebrated at 11:00 am.  Int.  Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. In lieu of flowers contributions in his memory may be made to Interfaith Caregivers PO Box 186 Haddonfield, NJ 08033