George DeRosa
George DeRosa
George DeRosa
George DeRosa
George DeRosa
George DeRosa

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***********DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS, GEORGE'S LITURGY OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL WILL BE POSTPONED TO A FUTURE DATE WHICH WILL BE ANNOUNCED. HIS VIEWING AND INTERMENT WILL BE HELD PRIVATELY FOR HIS FAMILY ONLY. THANK YOU.*****************************************************************************************************************************************************



George D. DeRosa

March 18, 2020

George D. DeRosa of Sicklerville, NJ, formerly of Willingboro,NJ died Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at Jefferson Stratford Hospital, Stratford. He was 93.

Born and raised in Rosebank, New York. He was a US Navy Veteran of WWII and formerly employed as a Logistics Engineer by GE, Camden, NJ. He enjoyed photography.

Beloved Husband of the Late : Clara L. DeRosa. He is survived by Three Sons and Three Daughters-in-Law: George (Annette), Joseph (Alexandra), Thomas (Jennifer), Four Daughters and Four Sons-in-Law: Anita (Chris) Lang, Maria (Ken) Williams, Amelia (Tom) Skelly, Frances (Walt) Gates, Fourteen Grandchildren, One Great Grandchild, Three Sisters : Margie DeRosa, Camille DeRosa, Nettie Rucando, other Relatives and Friends.

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