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Atlantic City, New Jersey Funeral Homes
2706 Atlantic Ave
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
(609) 344-1101
301 Absecon Blvd
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
(609) 345-6305
44 N Albany Ave
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
(609) 344-3188
1033 Baltic Ave
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
(609) 344-1131
116 Pacific Ave
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
(609) 344-9004
Atlantic City, New Jersey Obituaries and News
Florence Schofield Chatham February 14, 2017

Florence was born in Atlantic City, NJ and moved to Los Angeles, CA at the age of 13. She met James during WWII and they were married in 1946. Florence worked as Payroll Clerk at Baylor University where James was a student. After James graduation from ... (legacy.com)

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)

Rabbi Shlomo Schwartz (Schwartzie), veteran activist of Jewish outreach, dies at 71 February 08, 2017

Schwartzie, as he was known, was born in Atlantic City, NJ, the son of a conservative cantor, who had fled Vienna in 1939. Despite being a onetime bongo-thumping Greenwich Village beatnik, he was drawn to Judaism’s mystical aspects. (Jewish Journal)

The forgotten New Yorker who changed the ‘80s music scene February 07, 2017

The Brits were just one of dozens of new wave and post-punk acts imported across the Atlantic by New Yorker ... but crucial figure in New York City’s music history. Born in 1954, Polsky grew up in Toms River, NJ, as one of four siblings. (New York Post)

Iris M. Mooney February 06, 2017

and the Ms. Senior America pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Having lost her son, George, to cancer, Iris was an advocate for Angel Flight, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping patients in need with free medical air transportation. (The Journal)