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rojam (#46891864)
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Russell J Eldridge
Yes Bobby, I kind of remember you, and I certainly remember Bette Jo. She was closer in age to me as I recall...

Funny, Dad and I took a ride down to Belmar earlier in the spring this year and sat on the boardwalk on 18th or 19th Avenue. It was great! We even visited my Nana's house, which was up for sale. It looked pretty much the same except for the back yard. I was lucky enough to visit the DePaola's that lived next door although none of the children (hahaha) were there. Do you remember them? Lucretia, Marie and Natalie?

I hope that your family is doing well. Dad went into a nursing home 6 days ago and he is failing fast. He has Parkinson's disease among other things. Mom passed away 5 years ago last November. It's hard getting old and watching your parents go.

Nice to hear from you!

Kathy (Gall) Kieffer
Added by KatKief1255 on Jul 09, 2014 10:06 PM
Aunt Dorothy
Hi Bob, Bruce's wife said Aunt Dorothy is interred at Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery in Union, Union, NJ. Also, Uncle Rob and Barbara were cremated and their ashes scattered at the family home in Mountainside.
Added by jerseygirl on Jun 02, 2013 3:29 AM

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