LIFE . milestones
John L. Hankins

John L. Hankins, 93, former vice president of electric production at the Philadelphia Electric Co., died Tuesday, May 29, at Lima Estates, a retirement community near Media, where he had lived since moving from his longtime residence in Rose Tree in 1991. Born in Merchantville, he was senior class president and varsity basketball team captain at both Merchantville High School, from which he graduated in 1935, and at Lehigh, where he earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1939.

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Geraldine Y. Hargrove
On May 18, 2012 age 70 (nee Young) of Merchantville, NJ. She was the wife of the late Gordon "Corkie" Hargrove and mother of the late Harry Hargrove.She is survived by one daughter Rita (Frank) Barney; three grandchildren James, Miranda, and Julie; three sisters Thelma Evans, Imanelle Vanatta,and Mentie Atnip and one brother Nelson Young.
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Helena L. Tocco
htoccoOn May 30, 2012. Beloved wife of the late John. Devoted mother of Peter, Donna (Bill Mervine), John (Valerie), Cheryl, Fabian (MaryEileen), Darryl (Teresa), Helena, Francis (Theresa), Shawn (Stephanie), Chester (Jen) and special son in law John. Dear sister of predeceased Charles Patrick II and also survived by many loving grand and great grandchildren.
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Margaret E. Grosart
Margaret E. Grosart, age 95, of Moorestown, NJ, passed away on May 26, 2012, (nee Bakley), originally of Merchantville, formerly of Haddon Twp. Beloved wife of the late W. Gordon Grosart and dear mother of Dr. Gary (Susan) Grosart of Marion, MA. Loving grandmother of Elizabeth and Alex. Mrs. Grosart was a member of the Moorestown Women's Club. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend her Graveside Service Tuesday, 1 PM, at Arlington Cemetery, 1554 Cove Rd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110. In lieu of flowers donations to: Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053 preferred. Info and guestbook @
 
Veterans Cemetery dedicated
fallonRetired four-star admiral and Merchantville native William J. Fallon delivered the keynote address on May 26th at the dedication of the Camden County Veterans Cemetery at Harleigh, an eight-acre section reserved to provide Camden County veterans with a place of honor and dignity. Established in 1885, Harleigh is currently the final resting place for hundreds of veterans, including more than 300 who served in the Civil War.
 
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