Gloria A. Sambalino

Age 97 ~ Longtime Haddonfield Resident

(nee Gutierrez) On June 3, 2023, wife of the late John C.; Beloved mother of John D. Sambalino (Niki), Nancy H. Clement (Don), both of Haddonfield & Janet L. Arnold (Jeffrey), of Haddon Twp.; Cherished grandmother of Carly, Troy, Madalyn, Dylan, Casey, Shane & Justin; Loving great grandmother of 5 and Dear sister of Louis W. Gutierrez (Alicia) of Gainesville, FL.

Gloria was very active in her community.  She was a longtime member of the West Jersey Auxiliary, served on the Haddonfield Election Board for 44 years as well as being a member the Haddonfield Garden Club, due to her passion for gardening.  She attended the Haddonfield Baptist Church. Additionally, Gloria loved summering in LBI and reading on the beach.

Gloria’s family will receive friends on Thursday Afternoon, June 8th, 4-5:45 PM at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave., Haddonfield, NJ; where Gloria’s Family invite all to participate in her Reminiscence Service at 6 PM. Interment, private.

Paul Matthew Williams

Age 69 ~ Longtime Haddonfield Resident

On May 30, 2023, Adored grandfather of Nicholas Brago, Esq. and Danielle Brago; Beloved brother of Gerald Williams (Jackie), David Williams (Anne), Kathleen “Kate” Myers (Wynn), the late Cassandra McClure, the late Warren Williams, and the late Robert Williams; Dear brother-in-law of Gail Williams, Elaine McClure and the late Bill McClure.  Paul will be sadly missed by his former wife Lucy Williams and step-daughters Kim, Cherie & Lisa DeForest along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Paul’s parents, Harrold & Louise raised Paul and his siblings in Haddonfield.  He graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School, Class of 71.  Paul was an avid baseball player.  He was All-South Jersey in high school, played for Rider University, and after graduation played for the American Legion Post 72 Baseball team.  For 25 years, Paul was a social worker for the State of NJ, specializing in assisting those with developmental disabilities.

Paul’s family will receive friends on Sunday, June 4th, 1-1:45 PM, at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave., Haddonfield, NJ 08033; where his Memorial Service will follow at 2 PM.  Interment, private.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in honor of Paul may be made to the American Heart Association, PO Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692.

Anne M. Cooley

Age 93 of Katy, TX, Formerly of Gibbsboro and Haddonfield, NJ

(nee Malcomson) On May26, 2023, wife of the late Earl C.; Beloved mother of Dean Cooley (Nanette) of MD, Earl S. Cooley (Karen) formerly of Haddonfield, NJ, Anne E. Boulanger (Robert) of TX and the late Beth Anne Cooley; Loving grandmother of eight.

Anne graduated from Collingswood HS, Class of ‘47.  Anne studied art at the Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial Arts but left before graduating to care for her father.  After graduating from Pierce Junior College of Business, she worked for Bell of PA and then Bell of NJ. She married her cherished husband Earl 2/17/51. She buried her first child Beth at the tender age of 7. Anne assisted her husband in their deli shop and when her children were school aged, she took a position at Elizabeth Haddon Elementary. Anne was very involved on the board of Wedgewood Swim Club where her 3 children swam competitively, Tri-County events, and the Jersey Wahoo swim club from its inception.  Eventually she started her career at Midlantic bank where she worked for 20 years in various departments and managed the Haddon Ave. branch. In retirement, she enjoyed traveling with Earl all over the world. She was an avid gardener and loved to cook and dine out.

Anne’s services will be held privately by her family. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in her honor may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield

Norma F. Good

Age: 83 of Denver, CO formerly of Haddonfield, NJ

(nee Frauendorf)  On Saturday May 13th, 2023, Norma, age 83, passed away peacefully at home due to complications from Parkinson’s Disease. She lived next to her daughter in Denver, CO; but was formerly a longtime resident of Haddonfield, NJ; Beloved wife of the late Ralph E. Good; Loving mother of Karen A. Good of Denver, CO and Cherished aunt of Elaine Baker & Carl Frauendorf.

Norma was a scientist and an artist who received her PhD in Ecology from Rutgers Univ. in New Brunswick, NJ in 1965.  She met her husband Ralph while studying at Rutgers and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Society of Sigma Xi for the encouragement of scientific research. Norma and Ralph formed a bond both academically and as life partners, working together researching and co-authored numerous articles on saltwater marsh ecology and New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. Their passion for the preservation of the New Jersey Pinelands supported the creation of the Pinelands National Reserve by Congress in 1978. Norma also worked for many years at the scientific journal BIOSIS in Philadelphia.  Additionally, she enjoyed walking through town, gardening, cooking, and going to her farm in rural Maryland. She collected art and antiques and enjoyed attending many exhibits at the Philadelphia Art Museum and performances at the Philadelphia Orchestra. She will be remembered as a kind neighbor and a keen observer with a quick wit and wisdom.

Norma’s internment will take place on Wednesday, May 24th at noon, Locustwood Cem., Cherry Hill, NJ.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Norma’s name may be made to the Rutgers University Foundation in support of the Ralph E. and Norma F. Good Award. Please send your donation to P.O. Box 193, New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0193. Gifts can also be made online at

Helen T. Brotzman

Age: 78 of Haddonfield

(nee Tourtellotte) On May 12, 2023; devoted wife of the late Bruce; cherished mother of Michael C. Brotzman; beloved sister of Carol E. Curtis and the late Dr. Charles D. Tourtellotte; dear sister-in-law of Barbara Tourtellotte; loving aunt to many nieces and nephews.

Helen graduated from Haddonfield Memorial HS class of ’63 before attending the Univ. of Delaware. She was a talented singer who was active in the USO during college, traveling through Germany performing “Kiss Me, Kate.”  Helen obtained her Master’s in Education at Rowan Univ. Her teaching career began in Camden and then she taught 3rd through 5th grade at Central and Lizzy Haddon Elementary Schools (1975-1984).  She took a recess from teaching when Michael was born.  She was involved in the PTA, the Haddonfield community and especially the First Presbyterian of Haddonfield as a member for over 50 years.  Helen returned to teaching in 1993 and subsequently retired from Jackson Twp. school system in 2008.  Helen loved reading, the Haddonfield Public Library, gardening and had an interest in Colonial furniture.

Family and friends are invited to Helen’s Memorial Service on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 at 7 PM at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave. Haddonfield, NJ 08033; where the family will greet friends following the service. Charitable donations in Helen’s name may be made to The Friends of Haddonfield Public Library, 60 N Haddon Ave. Haddonfield NJ 08033 (

Joan I. Seibert

Age: 91 of Naples, FL and Haddonfield, NJ

Joan Irene Seibert

Surrounded by her loving husband of 75 years, and family of eight daughters, Joan Irene Seibert passed away peacefully on May 17th, 2023 at her home in Naples, Florida. Joan was 91 years old. 

Joan was born on Veterans Day, November 11, 1931, in Philadelphia. She is predeceased by her parents Catherine and Peter Long, her brother Joseph Long (Bernadette), Catherine (Cass) Terpuluk (Peter), Sr. Jacqueline (Mary), and Rita Manns (Hubert).  Joan’s father was a decorated police officer, whose accolades included the Philadelphia Inquirer Award for his adeptness in apprehending criminals. Her upbringing was deeply rooted in Catholic tradition, attending Catholic schools throughout her life, including Hallihan High School.


Joan’s youthful days were often spent riding the trolley alongside her mother or sitting on the stoop of her Philadelphian row home with her girlfriends. It’s quite possible that it was during these moments that she crossed paths with her future husband Bill, who, accompanied by his brothers from the neighboring Girard College, would casually stroll by. The tale of how she met Bill is a cherished family anecdote, told with great enthusiasm at every opportunity.


As the story goes, Joan attended a dance with a renowned soccer player named Joe and spotted a young man in the corner of the room whose face was adorned with lipstick marks. On walking home Joan inquired about this mysterious man and Joe graciously revealed his name to be Sib and offered to make introductions. It was just a couple months later, on a chilly evening, that Joan and Sib (Bill) shared their first warm kiss, marking the start of their 75-year love story. They often said “it all started with a cold nose.”


Joan and Bill journeyed together through life, making homes in various locations including Philadelphia and Blackwood, and ultimately ending up in Haddonfield NJ with their large family of eight daughters. 


A woman of many talents, Joan was a secretary, a teacher, and a determined entrepreneur. She returned to college to enhance her education and, alongside Bill, initiated numerous business ventures. These included a creamy freeze in Sea Isle City where the family spent their summers, a burger restaurant off-shore, a jitney service, and even a bathing suit and sandals business. Joan also worked for Lillian Albus in Haddonfield before venturing out on her own to establish Joan I, a boutique specializing in Villager clothing.


In the midst of managing these endeavors, Joan and Bill were investing in real estate across NJ and Florida thus leading to another successful career. 


Joan is survived by her husband Bill and eight daughters: Jacqueline Fessler (Michael-deceased), Kathleen Quigley (Richard-deceased), Joan Prassas (Ronald), Susan Steinberger (Gil), Darlene Keyser (Gary), Francine Loucks (Jim), Martha (Marcie) Steel (Rob), and Eileen Wambach (Bill). She is also survived by 27 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild. 


Although Joan’s life was an extraordinary one, she would say her most cherished role was as a loving wife to Bill, mother of eight strong women, and a grandmother, great-grandmother, and great great grandmother. Her strong Catholic faith helped her and Bill build a legacy of love that will last for many generations to come. 


Joan’s family will receive friends on Saturday, May 27, 2023, from 10-10:45 am at Christ the King Church, 200 Windsor Ave. Haddonfield, NJ where her funeral mass will immediately follow at 11 am. Interment at Haddonfield Baptist Cemetery in Haddonfield, NJ. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations in Joan’s name may be made to the Fund for Girard College 2101 South College Ave. Philadelphia, Pa 19121. 

Betty J. St. John

Age: 93 of Marlton, NJ

On May 14, 2023,  Betty Joan St. John (née Bottomley) passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family. She was the devoted wife of the late Robert A. St. John; cherished mother of the late Christopher (Eileen) St. John; Elizabeth (Robert) Speakman, Jane St. John, adoring grandmother of Justin (Ivana) St. John, MaryBeth (Paul) Leunes, Alexandra (John) Romano, Brittany (Tom) Flattery, Caroline (Mark) Laessig and Cecilia-Joan St. John; great-grandmother of Peter, Christopher, Luca, Avery, Christian, Paul, Mia, and Kelsey; dear sister of Jean Pizzingrilli, Jacquelyn Angeli, Finella Farrar, and Lawrence Bottomley and predeceased by her parents Stuart and Hilda Bottomley (née Ridgway) and sisters Peggy Stevens, Jessica Niddrie and Mavis Hardy.

Betty was born in London, England. She met the love of her life, Robert St. John at a dance and dated for two years while he was stationed in London with the U.S. Navy. Her love, courage, and spirit of adventure were evident when she emigrated to the United States in 1950 crossing the transatlantic on the Queen Elizabeth Cunard Ship to marry Bob. Bob and Betty raised their three children in Brooklyn N.Y. and after retirement moved to Voorhees N.J.  She was a longtime employee of Strawbridges. Betty loved visiting Australia and spending time with her parents and extended family including her sisters, brother, and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. She had so many fun times, shared so many laughs, and made wonderful memories with her family.

Betty was an avid sewer, who had a great flair for fabrics and sewed beautiful clothes for family members and herself. She also enjoyed knitting and crocheting. Betty was a voracious reader enjoying the novels of Jane Austin, Nevil Shute, and Minette Walters. She was very witty often citing what her family lovingly coined “Nannyisms” and loved watching her ‘shows’ especially those that shared her clever English humor.

Betty’s family will receive friends on Saturday, May 20, 2023, from 9:30- 10:45 am at Kain Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave. Haddonfield, NJ where her funeral service will immediately follow at 11 am. For those who like to attend the services via Zoom please email us at for the link. Interment will follow the funeral service at Locustwood Cemetery in Cherry Hill.

Ann F. Southard

Age: 86 of Southampton, NJ

(nee Gershey) Passed away on May 16, 2023 surrounded by her family. Ann was the devoted wife of the late John Southard; loving mother of Jacqueline (Mike) Maroccia, Jeffrey Southard, John (Cheray) Southard and Jeanine (Stoney) Bishop; cherished grandmother of Marisa, Jeffrey, Brooke, Austin, John Dylan, Lance, Gavriela, Amber, Cheray, Alyssa, Stoney John; great- grandmother of Jax, Paxton, Charlotte and Colton.

Ann was incredibly involved while her children were in school at St. Joseph’s Catholic School. She was a room mother, involved in the PTA and volunteered at the library and other school events. Ann loved cooking for her family and hosting Sunday dinners. Ann continued the tradition by attending events for her grandchildren, who were the light of her life.

A celebration of Ann’s life will be held on Monday, May 22, 2023 from 10-10:45am at Christ the King Church, 200 Windsor Ave. Haddonfield, NJ 08033; where her funeral mass will immediately follow at 11am. Interment at Lakeview Memorial Park in Cinnaminson, NJ. The family will be there to welcome friends and relatives. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations in Ann’s name may be made to Samaritan Hospice. (

John H. Brownell, Sr.

Age: 98 of Cherry Hill

**** Change of Service date to Friday, June 2nd

On May 13, 2023, age 98; Beloved husband for 73 years of Marietta (nee Shivers); Loving father of John H. Jr. (Patte) of Franconia, PA and the late Marilyn Hutchinson (the late Donald H.);  Cherished grandfather of Laura Hutchinson White (Peter), Marie Hutchinson Elcin, Holly Hobson Hartline (Greg), Katie Brownell, and Stephanie Brownell and adoring Great Grandfather of 7.

Jack grew up in Haddonfield and is a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield.  He proudly served as a Sgt. In the US Army Air Corps during WWII and is a 77-year member of the American Legion, Haddonfield Post #38.  Jack is also a 50-year member of the Grange and was active for over 60 years with the Boy Scouts, Troop 64 in Haddonfield; where he was awarded the Silver Beaver & Good Shephard awards.  Additionally, Jack was an Artisan and owned his own Photography business, specializing in Wedding Albums for many years. Jack and Marietta were active members of the Airstream Club and enjoyed traveling throughout the U.S. with their Airstream for many years.

Jack’s family will receive friends on Friday, June 2, 2023, 10-10:45 AM at the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield, 124 Kings Hwy. East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033; where a Celebration of Jack’s Life will follow at 11 AM.  Interment, Haddonfield Baptist Cem.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Church at the above address.

Maureen C. Kelly

Age of 79 of Haddonfield, NJ

(nee Connelly) On May 6, 2023; wife of the late Joseph J. Kelly, PhD. She is survived by her son, Brendan J. Kelly, MD, and his wife, Rhea Powell, MD; her grandchildren, Malcolm and Juno Kelly; her sister, Renee Connelly, and Renee’s family.

She loved plants and trees, particularly those of her home in South Jersey. She made a career in biology, working for over 50 years in scientific publishing. She believed that better communication among scientists could improve scientific discovery and the world. She held leadership positions in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and other national organizations, where she was a strong advocate for women in science. She loved her friends and family with deep kindness and generosity, particularly in times of sadness or need. In her final years, she cherished time with her grandchildren and loved sharing books and crafts with them. She was a lifelong reader and learner, but especially loved reading anything that Juno or Malcolm found interesting.

Maureen’s family will receive friends on Saturday, May 13, 2023 from 2-3:15pm at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave. Haddonfield, NJ; where words of remembrance will follow at 3:30pm. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations in Maureen’s name may be made to the Pinelands Preservation Alliance .