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 Mary Helen <I>D'Ortona</I> Hahn

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Mary Helen D'Ortona Hahn

Birth
Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
12 Jan 1993 (aged 65)
Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey, USA
Burial
Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey, USA
Plot
K
Memorial ID
142986517 View Source

MARY HELEN D'ORTONA HAHN, 65, of Cherry Hill , died Tuesday at home.
As a registered nurse, Mrs. Hahn worked at Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital in Philadelphia and several South Jersey hospitals. She was a member of the New Jersey State Nurses Association, where she was an officer of their state chapter and president of its District Five. As founder of the Alzheimer's Tri County Chapter, Mrs. Hahn also managed its operations. She was a member of the Rosary Altar Society at Queen of Heaven Church in Cherry Hill , and was the quality assurance coordinator of St. Mary's Catholic Home from 1990 to 1992. Mrs. Hahn was a 1977 graduate of Glassboro State College, School of Nursing, and received a master's in nursing education from Rutgers University, Graduate School of Education.
Survivors: her husband, Robert Francis; three sons, Robert F. 2d of Marlton, Michael P. and Thomas A., both of Cherry Hill ; a daughter, Susan A. Masino of Marlton; seven grandchildren; a brother, Sam D'Ortona of San Antonio, Texas, and a sister, Adele "Chub" D'Ortona of Laurel Springs.
Services: viewing, 7 to 9 p.m. today and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, Schetter Funeral Home, 304 W. Route 70, Cherry Hill ; Mass of Christian Burial, noon tomorrow, Queen of Heaven Church, 700 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill ; burial, Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill .

Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) January 15, 1993

MARY HELEN D'ORTONA HAHN, 65, of Cherry Hill , died Tuesday at home.
As a registered nurse, Mrs. Hahn worked at Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital in Philadelphia and several South Jersey hospitals. She was a member of the New Jersey State Nurses Association, where she was an officer of their state chapter and president of its District Five. As founder of the Alzheimer's Tri County Chapter, Mrs. Hahn also managed its operations. She was a member of the Rosary Altar Society at Queen of Heaven Church in Cherry Hill , and was the quality assurance coordinator of St. Mary's Catholic Home from 1990 to 1992. Mrs. Hahn was a 1977 graduate of Glassboro State College, School of Nursing, and received a master's in nursing education from Rutgers University, Graduate School of Education.
Survivors: her husband, Robert Francis; three sons, Robert F. 2d of Marlton, Michael P. and Thomas A., both of Cherry Hill ; a daughter, Susan A. Masino of Marlton; seven grandchildren; a brother, Sam D'Ortona of San Antonio, Texas, and a sister, Adele "Chub" D'Ortona of Laurel Springs.
Services: viewing, 7 to 9 p.m. today and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, Schetter Funeral Home, 304 W. Route 70, Cherry Hill ; Mass of Christian Burial, noon tomorrow, Queen of Heaven Church, 700 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill ; burial, Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill .

Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) January 15, 1993


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