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Burlington City, New Jersey Funeral Homes
465 High Street
Burlington City, New Jersey 08016
(609) 386-1834
Burlington City, New Jersey Obituaries and News
Legendary retailer Albert Boscov dies at 87 February 09, 2017

He was known not only for a sharp business acumen but his activism with Reading's redevelopment, in part by founding a nonprofit organization dedicated to help the city's revitalization with housing and new commercial endeavors. His obituary notes that the ... (The Morning Call)

Woman falls to her death inside World Trade Center Oculus February 11, 2017

Police are investigating. The striking $3.9 billion transportation hub was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava and provides connections between New Jersey's PATH trains and New York City's subways. It opened about a year ago and is used daily by more ... (Associated Press)

Obituary: Legendary retailer Albert R. Boscov, 87, of Reading February 11, 2017

He founded and led the nonproft Our City Reading Inc. to assist Reading in restoring abandoned ... Retailer of the Year by the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, Retailer of the Year by the Pennsylvania Retailers Association and, in 2013, was the ... (The Mercury)

Grinslade, Margaret June February 10, 2017

DALTON CITY -- Margaret June Grinslade 93 ... Gary Langsfeld and wife Martha of Burlington,KY, Claudette Mabry or San Antonio, TX, Mary Ruotolo and her husband Chris of Hackettstown, NJ, Jeff Gossett and wife Lena of Bradford, IL,Kim Mitchell and husband ... (Herald & Review)

Keith A. Polzin February 11, 2017

He was stationed at McGuire AFB in New Jersey and proudly served six years as a Special Weapons ... Feb. 16, 2017, at Harbor City Church in Aberdeen. Reception to follow. Memorials may be made to Harbor City Church or the American Diabetes Association. (Daily World)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Bayonne, New Jersey
WOULD BE NICE TO SHOW DECEASED AND VISITATION TIMES
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Orange, New Jersey
Trying to track down one of our Classmaates, Cathy Cody. She went to Immaculate Conception High School and her reunion invitation was returned "ADDRESS UNKNOWN". If this is her family business and you have an address for her please send to- dpc2@bellsouth.net Thanks- Diane
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Wallington, New Jersey
Kamienski Funeral Home has quite the reputation. First, the father hires an habitual cuss John Condrick, who underhandledly has stolen excessive finances during Pauls wrongful imprisonment for 20 years, has driven away devout clientel and key staff members such as Henry Scarpa whom were pleasureable to deal with avoiding Johns arrogance and insults to families. His longtime companion works the office and numbers and has been known to have funneled finances out of the business, along with occupying the firms property in Passaic, which housed a former location and the vehicles. John, do yourself and the profession a favor, but mostly the funeral home, resign your license and become a customer yourself. You are not wanted by the communities you have deceived for years since licensed in 1959. Give Fred Surdyka the advantage to make Kamienski Funeral Home a respected institution you have ruinated. Your absence wont be missed.
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Wood Ridge, New Jersey
We laid out my Uncle at this place and it was disgusting to say the least! The smell of Cigarettes was over whelming when you walked in the door and it is very dated. The couches were stained and all sagging and the carpeting was worn out. My Aunt who is elderly asked if I would help her and the Gentleman was kind to her but he kept switching prices midstream she was confused and I ask that he please leave the room to discuss further. I spoke to my Aunt and as I looked over by the door he was standing and eavesdropping. Needless to say we left it was very unsettling experience. I cannot remember his name but he was older wore glasses and smelled of Cigars. Outside the place looks lovely but once inside it is a timewarp
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Moorestown, New Jersey
Worst experience ever thanks to the current Funeral Director (FD). The owner had overseen the funeral of both my brother and father, and were wonderful experiences, under the circumstances. My mother's burial was handled by the FD, and I am writing this review so anyone entering into approx. a $20,000.00 arrangement has a heads up to be on your toes. ISSUE NO. 1: Started by being told by the owner they would remove all jewelry placed on my Mother prior to burial, therefore I did not worry about jewelry placed on my Mother for the viewing. Prior to leaving the funeral parlor FD approached me and stated they would just leave her ring on and any jewerly, not thinking (I was rather upset) I agreed. 20 minutes after leaving the grave site I asked him about specific items and he stated it was too late late to retrieve the specific items I requested. ISSUE NO. 2: I had not signed off on my Mother's headstone engraving. When this was brought to my attention I told FD exactly how to engrave the stone, and more specifically not to engrave the stone as he desired to engrave it (using initials). Regardless FD did exactly what I told him absolutely not to do. Now every time I go to my Mother's grave site I will be reminded of the FD's work. I would not recommend his work to anyone. This chapter is the last in a person's life, and for so many important details to be so grossly mishandled cuts to the bone and adds to the pain and sorrow of the loss of my mother, I would not wish this on the anyone.
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