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FRANCIS, KARL M. "PEANUT", 54, of Woodbine, May 24, 2020. He attended the Cape May County Special Services School District (Ocean Academy/Alternative School).
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87 of Cape May Court House, NJ. Born November 1932, in Audubon, NJ and died June 3, 2020. She was predeceased by her father, George Pettengill and mother, Anna (Mitchell) Pettengill. She is survived by her husband, William Repp and her sister Margaret Thorpe (George) of Spencer NY; her nephews Michael Thorpe (Cathy) of Fairport, NY and Kevin Thorpe (Joan) of Spencer, NY; her great nephews and niece Branden Thorpe (Nikki Neese), Trevor Thorpe, Laurie Pincus (Peter), and Tim Thorpe (Meghan); and her great-great niece and nephews Evelyn and Britton Pincus and Ellis Thorpe. Grace also leaves behind special friends and surrogate family members Mary Cahilly, Emily Carey, Claudia Smith, Merritt Ierley, Dr. Sandra Dalton. After graduating from Temple University with a degree in medical technology, she took a position at Newton Medical Center in Newton NJ. She later had a long career at AT&T in an executive position. After retirement she was able to devote her full time to producing beautiful works of art including crewel and needlepoint, hooked and braided rugs, and her ultimate passion, quilts. She completed hundreds of beautiful quilts, many of which brighten the homes of family and friends. She was able to take many trips. The most memorable was on the Mississippi Queen. She loved reading, watching the Phillies, and being an Aunt. Grace lived a life that was independent, productive, and full of strength and love. May she rest in peace. Grace was a devoted member of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church in Stone Harbor NJ. A memorial service will be held there at a later date.
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Mary Mason, age 95 of Erma, passed away at her home on June 3, 2020 with her family by her side. Formerly of Woodbury, NJ, Mary has been an area resident for over 70 years. She attended Tabernacle United Methodist Church, and worked for many years as a sales girl at the Ben Franklin 5¢ & 10¢ store in Cape May. She enjoyed knitting, and knitted baby sweaters for local charities, especially Cape Christian Academy. She is predeceased by her husband, Joseph F. (1986), and son Joseph W. (1990). Mary is survived by her sons Frederick and Robert R., Sr., 6 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be privately held at Tabernacle Cemetery. Contributions in Mary’s memory can be made to Cape Christian Academy, 10 Oyster Rd, Cape May Court House, NJ, 08210. Condolences can be shared at www.EvoyFuneralHome.com.
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John H. Aprill of Cape May Court House, NJ passed away on June 4, 2020 at the age of 94. "Jack" as he preferred to be called was a lifetime New Jersey resident. He was best known as the creator and designer of Leaming's Run Gardens in Cape May County. Jack was predeceased by his wife Emily. Emily moved in next to him in 1940, when she was 13 and Jack was 14. They were a couple from the beginning and were married for over 75 years. Jack was in the Navy and was a paymasters Ensign. After the war Jack ran an egg production business in North Jersey. Jack was also a graduate of Dartmouth University. Jack and Emily moved to Middle Township in 1956 and bought the Thomas Leaming House (circa 1706) where they would live out their lives. During that time, Jack sold Prudential Insurance. Many people still remember Jack as their agent in Woodbine and the surrounding areas. Jack and Emily raised four sons, had six grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. When he was 10, Jack saw the Hindenburg on its final approach towards Lakehurst, NJ. In Jack's later years he enjoyed cooking, reading and doing crosswords. Services will be announced at a later date.
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HENDERSON MCCOY, MARY EVELYN, 90, of Cape May, June 1, 2020. She retired Lower Township Elementary School system.
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MOLSON, TRACY ANNETTE, 58, of West Cape May, May 23, 2020. She worked as a teacher's aide for Cape May County Special Services School.
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Dolores Morelli Koch (Dipsy) - 77, formerly of Wildwood Crest, passed away peacefully March 26, 2020, surrounded by her children. She was born in North Philadelphia and attended Saint Donato Elementary School. She spent her summers in Wildwood Crest before moving there permanently in 1956. She graduated from Wildwood Catholic High School in 1960 and from Lankenau Hospital's Nursing School in 1964. Dolores began her career at Shore Memorial Hospital as an operating room nurse and also worked at Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital. She retired from Crest Haven Nursing Home where she worked for nearly twenty years. Dolores was known for being a great dancer and was a standout at the Starlight Ballroom in Wildwood. She enjoyed cooking for her family and friends, watching football on Sundays, listening to music and spending time with her grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents, Anthony and Philomena Morelli and brothers Joseph and Gabe Morelli. She is survived by her daughter, Maria Petruzzi of Egg Harbor Township, son, James Koch (daughter-in-law Janice Ciallella) of Middle Township, grandchildren Mikayla and Michael Petruzzi and James Anthony Koch, and many nieces and nephews. Due to ongoing restrictions on funerals, service arrangements will be made at a later date.
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Diane Hunter, 63, of Stone Harbor, NJ, died peacefully in her home on Friday, May 29, 2020. Born in Pittsburgh on June 29, 1956, the youngest of four children, she spent most of her life in Stone Harbor, where she met and married her beloved husband and raised her three children. She spent over thirty years as a registered nurse working in the Intensive Care Unit at Cape Regional Medical Center. She had a compassionate and generous spirit that was happiest in the service of others.

A voracious reader, Diane could often be found in her spare time at the library or at the beach with a mystery novel in hand. She had a big heart, an even bigger smile, and a warm sense of humor. She loved to make others laugh and will be remembered for the many practical jokes she pulled on friends and family over the years.

She is now home with her parents, Madeline and Walter Breen and her sister Kitty Breen. She is survived by her husband of thirty-three years, John Hunter; her three children, Madeline Hoff, Emily Hunter, and John Hunter III; her sisters, Patricia Breen and Mary Christine Prewitt; her adored grandson, Logan Hoff; and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.

For the safety and well-being of relatives and friends, a service will be held privately. There will be a celebration of her life to be scheduled at a later date. Memorial donations may be made in Diane’s memory to The Sturge Weber Foundation at https://sturge-weber.org/
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COLE, FREDERICK WILLIAM, III, 75, of North Cape May, May 4, 2020. He was a US Army veteran.