We Honor The Memory Of Our Members Who Have Passed
LINDA M. TISO
TISO, LINDA M. - 65, of Galloway, passed away peacefully in her home, Nov. 15, 2014. Linda was born on Nov. 20, 1948 in Brooklyn, NY where she was raised and attended school. At seventeen she moved to Manahawkin, NJ where she raised her family then moving finally to Galloway 10 years ago. Linda was employed by Douglas Industries, in Egg Harbor City. She was previously employed by Bank of America and retired from the Chelsea branch in Atlantic City. She was a very active member in her community and served on many Boards for the City of Atlantic City. Two organizations near and dear to her heart were: The Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club. In recent years, she dedicated her time to her church. She was a Lector, Eucharistic Minister, taught CCD, was a valued member to the Choir, served on the School Board and Parish Council for Our lady Star of the Sea Regional School and Parish. Linda will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by her daughter Tracy Bauer of Eldersburg, MD.; her sons Christopher Tiso of Manahawkin and Brian Tiso of New Milford, CT. as well as four grandchildren; Devon, Samantha, Grace and Emma. Linda also leaves behind 3 sisters; Elaine Ward of New Rochelle, NY, Rosemary Clyne of Tuckerton, NJ, and Jo Ann Librett of Scarsdale, NY; her dear friend Daisy Kennedy of Galloway, NJ, as well as many nieces , nephews, friends and colleagues.
CINCERELLA, MICHAEL - age 59 of Atlantic City, passed away at his home in Atlantic City on Friday April 24th, 2015. Michael was born in Atlantic City, the youngest of three children, to Warren and Marie (nee Agonetti) Cincerella and had been a lifelong resident who actively contributed to his community. He served as the block captain for the Chelsea Neighborhood Association; served, for many years, as the Chairman of The Board of Directors of the Atlantic City Art Center, served as Vice President of the Mary Wilson Arts and Music Foundation and had served on the Atlantic City Arts Commission. Michael received the Paul Aiken Encore Award and the Angel of the Arts Award for his work and dedication to the arts community. Michael was a talented graphic artist, designer and gourmet cook. He made a career as a graphic artist and had retired from Atlantic County government after 39 years. Michael loved Atlantic City, his home and entertaining his friends. He loved to travel and especially liked to take cruises. Michael will be fondly remembered as an extremely loyal friend who was always willing to help someone any way he could.
ELLEN M. ECCLES
ECCLES, ELLEN M. 77 of Atlantic City died peacefully at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus, 1925 Pacific A venue Atlantic City, NJ on Saturday, April 25, 2015.
Born and raised in Atlantic City and a lifetime resident of the City where she raised her family, Ellen was a 1955 graduate of Atlantic City High School. She was a retired legal secretary and had previously worked for the Atlantic City Gas Company. Ellen was involved in many civic and political organizations. She was frequently seen working the reception table for the Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association (MBCA), served as Board Member of the Marty Wilson, Jr. Art & Music Foundation, and a Member of the Chelsea Union League Republican Club.
Ellen had many interests and enjoyed trips to New York City to see the latest Broadway shows, and was an active participant in her son's schools, often chaperoning trips and serving as "room mother." She loved dancing and could often be seen on the dance floor at weddings and parties doing her favorite dance, the jitterbug.
Her most cherished love was her family. Many of her happiest times were spent at the dinner table surrounded by loved ones, making new memories while also remembering hilarious family anecdotes from years gone by. The front door was always open and food, coffee, and cake were always in abundance for whoever chose to drop by on a holiday or any day.
Ellen was predeceased by her husband, John M. Eccles, Sr., parents Martin S. Wilson, Sr. and Anna M. Wilson, and brother Martin S. Wilson, Jr., Esq. She is survived by her son, John M. Eccles, Jr. Esq.; sister-in-law Kathryn "Tiny" Wilson; niece Kathryn Friedrich, and husband, Rob; nephew Martin L. Wilson and wife, Kathy; and niece, Meredith Granieri, and husband Carl; and many other nieces and nephews.
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