Phyllis Rondet 5/6/1951 – 5/19/2022

Phyllis Rondet Phyllis Rondet

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, Phyllis Rondet joined her late husband and soul mate, Daryle Curtner, at the eternal poker game in the sky. She knows Ernie Histing will also be at that card table.

She is survived by her devoted daughter Fran and "son" Dave Kline, of Grand Bay, Alabama; her best friend, confidant, and loving sister, Carole Trowbridge of Stowe, Vermont; her grandchildren Samantha Miller and Nicholas Kline; two great-grandsons, John and Jaxson, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Phyllis worked for FMC Corporation for 36 years starting out as a Junior Programmer in Philadelphia and was promoted through the ranks to become an I.T. Programming Manager. Soon after being hired there, she enrolled at Rutgers University in Camden and graduated magna cum laude with a dual degree in Business and Psychology. After earning her degree, she taught Computer Science for eight years at Rutgers night school. Toward the end of her tenure at FMC, she assumed a Project Manager position in Princeton. She was "persuaded" to retire in 2009 ("They made me an offer I couldn't refuse", she joked).

After retiring, Phyllis always said she was so busy, she never knew how she ever had time to work. For several years, she was a guest and volunteer at VFW Post 1270 in Pennsauken. In 2007 she was able to reinstitute the Ladies Auxiliary charter and was the elected treasurer for the Auxiliary every year since. She also was instrumental in reinstating the charter for AMVETS Post 101 Ladies Auxiliary in 2013 and was the treasurer there as well. Phyllis was also a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 372 in Cherry Hill. In her spare time, she enjoyed playing poker, watching the Eagles and the Phillies, reading, playing the piano, visiting "her" island of Barbados and just having fun.

Friends and relatives are invited to her Celebration of Life of Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 3:00-5:00pm at Inglesby and Sons Funeral Home, 2426 Cove Road, Pennsauken, NJ. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made of VFW Post 1270 Auxiliary, 2324 Penn Street, Pennsauken, NJ 08110.

Obituary of E. Blair Hutton

Chief Ret. E. Blair Hutton, 87, of Pennsauken, passed away on September 18, 2016.

Beloved husband for 63 years of the late Doris (nee McGrory); Devoted father of James (Catherine); Proud grandfather of Jamie (Thomas, Jr.), Jonathan (Jaclyn Singer), Joseph and the late James David; Adoring great grandfather of Thomas, III and Micki; Cherished father in law of the late Micki (nee Frost); Dear brother of the late Barbara Peterson; Also survived by many loving step grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Prior to retirement, Mr. Hutton was the superintendent of operations at Advertisers Press Inc. in Philadelphia and also owned and operated E.B. Hutton Electric. A proud US Army Veteran serving from 1950 to 1953 during the Korean War, he attained the rank of Corporal and was awarded 4 Battle Stars. He was a member of many veterans associations, including American Legion Post 372 in Cherry Hill and Post 101 in Delair, the Korean War Veterans Association and the VFW Post 1270 in Pennsauken, where he was Post Chaplain and Canteen Manager. Blair joined the Bloomfield Park Fire Co. in 1955 and rose through the ranks to become Chief in 1963, a position he held until 1986. He also served 3 terms as Chief of Department of the Pennsauken Fire Department. He was a member of Pennsauken Twp. Fire Chiefs & Fire Officers Assoc., the past president of Pennsauken Twp. Fire Relief Assoc., and a charter member of the Pennsauken Twp. Exempt Assoc. Blair was a life time member of the Camden County Fire Chiefs & Fire Officers Assoc., Camden County Firemen's Assoc. and the NJ State Firemen's Assoc. Blair's true passion in life was playing the banjo. He was a past member of the Pennsauken String Band in the late sixties, the Sterling String Band, the Dick Crean String Band, the Peter A. Broomall String Band, the Woodland String Band and the Gloucester City String Band.

Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation from 4 to 8 PM on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at the Inglesby & Sons Funeral Home, 2426 Cove Road in Pennsauken, where Firefighter Services will be held at 7:30PM. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the James David Hutton Memorial Scholarship Fund, C/O Jamie Zaremba, 441 White Horse Pike, Atco, NJ 08004. For more information or to e-mail a condolence, please visit

Vincent R. Pagliaro Sr.(1919 - 2015)

AGE: 95 • Pennsauken

Vincent R. Pagliaro, Sr., age 95 of Pennsauken passed away peacefully on Monday, November 9, 2015. Vincent was born to the late John and Mary Pagliaro in South Philadelphia. He graduated from South Philadelphia High School and served in the United States Army during the Burma China India Theater as a airplane electrical mechanic from 1941 to 1946. Vincent went on to work for the Philadelphia Inquirer for over 35 years as a type setter and was a past commander of VFW Post 1270 of Pennsauken. Vincent was a man of great character and charm and will be deeply missed.

He is predeceased by his wife Marie Dolores Pagliaro (nee McPeak), parents, John and Mary Pagliaro, brothers, John, and Dominic Pagliaro; sisters, Rose Turco and Gilda Monzo, and grandson, Vincent P. Shreves.

He is survived by his daughters, Marie Shreves and companion Vincent Cappo, Donna Blanche and husband George; son, Vincent R. Pagliaro, Jr. and his wife Donna; grandchildren, Robert E. Shreves, Sandra M. Secouler and husband Neil, Mathew Blanche and his wife Leigh, Kayla Smith and her husband Andy and Vincent R. Pagliaro, III; three great grandchildren, Jenna, Jake, Renee and close dear friend Anna Mae Nebel.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his memorial visitation on Friday, November 13, 2015 from 8:30am-9:30am at Inglesby & Sons Funeral Home, located at 2426 Cove Rd., Pennsauken. A Memorial Mass will follow at 10am at St. Peters Roman Catholic Church in Merchantville. Inurnment will take place at New St. Marys Cemetery in Bellmawr with military honors. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Wounded Warrior Project,, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675. To post a picture or share a memory visit

David Cotton

Age 64, of Pennsauken, NJ

Passed away on July 16, 2013. Dear father of David C. Cotton and Elizabeth A. Devine, husband of Nancy (nee King), grandfather of Olivia and Eva Devine. Also survived by his beloved 2nd family at VFW Post 1270.

Dave was a proud Vietnam Veteran, US Army 4th Division combat engineer, 30 year life member and Past Commander of VFW Post 1270 in Pennsauken, life member of the AMVETS Post 101 of Delair, retired from Georgia Pacific after 42 years and an avid golfer and fisherman.

Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend his Memorial Visitation Saturday 6:30-7:30 PM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road. Pennsauken Twp. NJ 08109. Military Honors 7:30 PM. Followed by his life celebration at the VFW Post, 2324 Penn St. Pennsauken NJ 08110. In lieu of flowers donations to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Dr.. Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053 preferred.

Thomas S. Meehan Sr.

Born in Philadelphia, PA on Jun. 30, 1924

Departed on Nov. 3, 2010 and resided in Pennsauken, NJ.

on November 3, 2010, age 86, of Pennsauken, NJ. Beloved husband of Elaine (nee Gordon) and dear father Thomas Meehan Jr. and Helena (Dennis) Gerber. Also survived by 1 sister Catherine Rodebaugh, 1 grandson Erik and numerous nieces and nephews.

Mr. Meehan was a Navy WW II Veteran, active member of VFW Post 1270, loved playing the lottery, watching Philadelphia sports teams, participating in the yearly Mummer's Parade and meeting monthly with his S. Philly group at the Brooklawn Diner.

Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend his Visitation Monday 9:15 - 10:45 AM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road. Pennsauken NJ 08109. Mass of Christian Burial 11:30 AM Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 36 Main St. Maple Shade NJ 08052. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr NJ. In lieu of flowers donations St. Ignatius Nursing Home, 4401 Haverford Ave. Phila. PA.19104 preferred.

Richard Jervas

JERVAS, Richard Of Waterford, NJ (formerly of Pennsauken, NJ) died peacefully at home with his family on April 21, 2010 after a courageous fight against cancer at the age of 76. Dear son of the late Michael and Clara Jervas and beloved brother of the late Anna Smith, Betty Patello, and James Jervas. He is survived by his wife, Rosemarie Jervas (Minerva), his seven children, Rosemarie (Kevin), Richard, Michael (Cheryl), Angela, Lisa, Anthony (Traci) and Nicholas (Carolyn), 14 grand-children, 8 great-grand children, nieces and nephews and many wonderful friends.

The world lost a truly great man but Heaven gained an even greater soul. He has finally been united with his Holy Father and family. He will be missed greatly by his beautiful family that he created and by his wonderful friends. Pop, as most of us knew him, would tell us not to cry or be sad but to go and live life to the fullest and that one day we will all meet again and he would have dinner waiting. “OPA!”

Memorial funeral Mass will be held at Saint Peters in Merchantville, NJ on Monday, April 26th at 10am. He will be cremated and buried at his family plot with his Father, Mother, and Brother. Family and friends are invited to celebrate the life of Richard Jervas on Monday, April 26th at the VFW on RT. 130 in Pennsauken, NJ immediately following the burial. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Bishop's Annual Appeal-House of Charity. Arr: STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME.