Category: People

Pennsauken Police’s Nettleton Sworn In As Captain

At December’s public meeting of the Township Committee, John Nettleton was officially sworn in as a captain of the Pennsauken Police Department.

Obituary: David Frost

David L. Frost, 83, of Brigantine, formerly of Pennsauken, passed away peacefully on October 13, 2017. Born in Camden, N.J., Dave dedicated over 40 years to the Camden School System, serving as a teacher, guidance counselor and, lastly, an administrator.

Wedding Announcement: Rivera-Shugars

Reinaldo and Paulette Rivera are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Rachael Rivera, to Alexander Shugars, son of Karen Shugars. Rachael is the receptionist for Pennsauken’s Department of Public Works and is the food columnist for All

Pennsauken’s Wright Encourages Students To “Push Through” Adversity

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Pennsauken native Jasmyn Wright and her third grade class in North Philadelphia have gained international notoriety after their empowering YouTube video went viral.

Obituaries: Pennsauken Residents Who Made An Impact

Samuel R. Jurman, age 62 years, of Pennsauken, passed away on July 22, 2017. Beloved husband of Linda (nee Skirpan). Devoted father of Chad Jurman and his wife Melissa, Matthew Jurman and Stefanie Jurman. Loving grandfather of Olivia, Jake and

Obituary: Carol Fowler, Lifelong Pennsauken Resident, Community Staple

Carol A. Fowler, a lifelong Pennsauken resident, passed away Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at her home. She was 72. A Triton HS Graduate, Carol retired as the Director of Administration for the Pennsauken Police Dept. after over 25 years of

Obituary: Denis Collopy, Pennsauken Native

Pennsauken native Denis Collopy passed away unexpectedly on June 13, 2017, after a brief illness. He was 43. Denis was the devoted and adoring son of Dennis and Kathleen (Wells); loving husband of Elizabeth (Mattioni) and father of Andrew; brother

Pennsauken’s Taylor Writes For Television, Film

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Growing up, Pennsauken native Scott Taylor was a huge fan of television. And while he always had a knack for creative writing, it wasn’t until he started working at a local TV station that Taylor

Pennsauken and Merchantville Natives Inducted Into CCHS Hall Of Fame

On Saturday, April 29 Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, will induct the 11th class of inductees into its Hall of Fame for academic, arts and athletic accomplishments. Several Pennsauken and Merchantville natives will be inducted this year into the

Obituary: Kevin Sochanchak, Pennsauken Resident And Volunteer Firefighter

Kevin Sochanchak, longtime resident and volunteer firefighter, passed away on April 9 after a courageous battle with cancer, of Pennsauken. He was 27. Kevin was the beloved husband of Ashley (nee Wood); loving son of Margaret Sochanchak and the late

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