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Hall of Fame
Eight graduates will join
fraternity. PAGE 14
NICK COHEN/The Haddonfield Sun
Amanda Lanciano of Haddonfield Memorial High School delivers a serve in a match against
Woodstown High School on Oct. 10. HMHS swept the match 5-0 to continue a magical season
that featured coach Jeff Holman’s 1,000 win.
Haddonfield tops Woodstown, 5-0
Schools to
re-evaluate
mathematics
curriculum
By SHANNON SADLER
The Sun
The Haddonfield School Dis-
trict is re-evaluating its math cur-
riculum for the middle school and
high school after scores on stan-
dardized testing were lower than
most schools that fall under the
District Factor Group J designa-
tion of the state Department of
Education.
Assistant Superintendent
Michael Wilson delivered an up-
date during the Haddonfield
Board of Education meeting on
Oct.17.
Following his presentation on
standardized testing, including
AP, HSPA and SAT scores, Wilson
said that the middle school and
high school math curriculum is
currently in the process of being
audited by committees composed
of teachers, administrators and
parents.
Wilson also explained that a
possible factor for low scores in
the math portion of the SAT,
could be linked to the length of
time that passes between the time
a student is enrolled in an algebra
course and when they are eligible
Application
for parking
pushed back
By SHANNON SADLER
The Sun
The application for the First
Church of Christ, Scientist site
plan and variance use for a park-
ing area has been pushed back to
next month and will be heard by
the zoning board.
Haddonfield Zoning Board
Chair David Hunt announced at
the Oct. 15 zoning board meeting
that the application had once
again been pushed back to the
next zoning board meeting at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Township administrator
Sharon McCullough said after the
meeting that from her under-
standing the church is currently
in the process of changing attor-
neys and still has a few pieces of
paperwork to fill out before it can
go before the zoning board.
Zoning officer Steve Walko also
explained that the applicant’s en-
gineer, as well as the borough en-
gineer must first meet to correct
plans before the application can
move forward.
This is the second time the ap-
plication has been pushed back,
after the hearing was originally
expected to take place on Sept. 17.
Following approval from the
please see PLANS, page 3
please see WILSON, page 4
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Plans for parking lot were
originally denied in 2011
Historical Preservation Commit-
tee on July 24, the plans must be
approved by the zoning board in
order for the church, located at
355 E. Kings Highway, to con-
struct a grass parking lot on Syl-
van Lake Avenue.
Clif Quay, an engineer hired by
the church to work on site plans,
said previously that the proposed
lot is planned to hold 22 cars,
which includes two handicapped
spaces. He also said that the
handicapped spaces would be cre-
ated with a concrete paving mate-
rial and that landscaping would
be created.
However, during the July 24
meeting, the parking lot met op-
position from members of the
public, including resident Joe
Haro.
Haro later submitted a letter to
The Haddonfield Sun that ex-
pounded on his opposition to the
proposed lot.
“We have fought hard since the
passing of the Historic Preserva-
tion Ordinance in 1971 to protect
the historic, architectural and
aesthetic integrity of his commu-
nity. I hope that after careful con-
sideration of the use variance re-
quest that it will be denied by the
Zoning Board,” Haro wrote.
The plans for the lot were de-
nied in 2011 due to the plan’s in-
ability to meet the demands of
uniformity in that portion of the
historic district.
The church’s attorney at that
time, Jim Burns, said at the July
24 meeting that the plans for the
lot do not alter the property and
that landscaping would act as a
buffer, so not to disturb residents
in the area.
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to take the SATs.
Wilson explained that a typical
student may have a period of two
to three years pass after his or her
last algebra course when it is
time to take the SATs, a test that
includes a significant math sec-
tion.
According to the Haddonfield
Memorial High School 2013 to
2014 program of studies, students
enrolled in the accelerated se-
quence have already completed
algebra I and II prior to entering
the ninth grade, going on to com-
plete courses in geometry, proba-
bility, statistics and trigonometry,
precalculus and calculus.
Students in the advanced se-
quence enroll in algebra II in
ninth grade, but also take geome-
try, probability, statistics, and
trigonometry and calculus in
later grades. Only those students
participating in regular sequence
revisit algebra later in high
school, taking algebra I in ninth
grade and algebra II in 11th.
“We do it different than every-
body else,” Wilson said during the
meeting.
Wilson added that Haddonfield
is the only school in the district
factor group that offers a math
course in probability, statistics
and trigonometry. He explained
that other districts instead will
often build those areas of mathe-
matics into other courses offered
through the curriculum.
Student representative Jillian
Stone said she found difficulty in
preparing for the SAT after some
time had passed since her last al-
gebra course.
“I think it would be beneficial
to have algebra later on,” said
Stone.
Glenn Moramarco said that
Wilson:
We do it
different
WILSON
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No set timeline for
audits to be done
standardized test scores can only
be weighted so much, as he said
the overall objective of the cur-
riculum was “to get students
where they should be.”
Following the meeting, Super-
intendent Dr. Richard Perry said
there is no set timeline for the
curriculum audits to be complet-
ed, adding that it may take
months or even a year before the
audits are completed.
“Once you make a change, it’s
going to resonate,” Perry said in
reference to updating the curricu-
lum if need be.
Ensuring that extensive re-
search is done, the audits will
weigh the pros and cons of the
current math curriculum to eval-
uate any possible need for adjust-
ments. He added that the board is
taking a “careful approach” to ad-
dress the current curriculum.
“We’re always looking to im-
prove through change,” Perry
said.
Perry also added that standard-
ized testing scores in the lan-
guage section for the district were
the highest of all J districts and
that he was very proud of
both the high school’s advanced
placement and accelerated se-
quences.
“We believe we have a very
comprehensive program” Perry
said.
In other news:
• The Tatem Elementary
School principal presented
awards to two students who were
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Continued from page 4
please see PRINCIPAL, page 7
Reader has a love/hate
relationship with lawn signs
I recently saw a handful of lawns signs
popping up around Haddonfield, and it re-
minded me that election season is once
again upon us. This time, it’s the Haddon-
field school board election on Nov. 5.
Mind you, I have a love/hate relation-
ship with lawn signs. I, for one, appreciate
the First Amendment right of every candi-
date to put their name out there on a sign,
but lawn sign battles tend to distract from
substantive issues. As explained below,
that’s something I’ve experienced first-
hand
Earlier this year I was persuaded to put
a sign opposing the Bancroft bond on my
front lawn. It was promptly stolen. So I ob-
tained replacement lawn signs, which I
then placed on my lawn, and guarded them
like a pit-bull. So much for my First
Amendment rights!
Like many Haddonfield seniors, I recog-
nized the value and importance of our
Haddonfield public schools in educating
our community’s children. And I share the
belief that a well-educated citizenry is cru-
cial to America’s future. I am also one of
those Haddonfield taxpayers who does not
have children, but I’ve supported our pub-
lic schools for decades – just as my parent,
grandparents and those family members
who preceded me did.
However, I also recognize that our
schools must live within their means.
Many years in business have taught me
that. And that is why I like candidate Mary
Fagan for Haddonfield school board be-
cause she stands for an evenhanded ap-
proach to serving both our school system
and the taxpayers who fund it.
But alas, Fagan is not offering lawn
signs! When I requested one from her last
week she recommended that I send $5 to
the Haddonfield PTA student scholarship
fund instead! I commend her for her will-
ingness to direct my dollars where they can
do the most good and for her focus on sub-
stance rather than flash!
In the end, I take comfort in the fact that,
for every house with some other candi-
date’s lawn sign, there are dozens of hous-
es like mine that will be displaying none.
Those houses reflect Haddonfield’s silent
majority of voters who have turned out at
the polls previously to defeat bonds and
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G
hosts, goblins, ghouls and a lot
of superheroes and princess-
es will be parading up and
down streets in town in one short
week. Halloween is an exciting time
for kids, parents and neighbors alike.
It’s a time for fun, a time for laugh-
ter, a time for adorable pictures, a time
for candy, a time for celebration and a
time when we all need to pay attention
to safety.
First and foremost, motorists need
to be extra cautious when driving
through the streets that day, not just in
your own neighborhood, but sur-
rounding ones, as well. Make sure to
be aware of trick-or-treating hours,
and be especially careful when dark-
ness settles in. Be especially alert in
residential neighborhoods, as kids
tend to run excitedly from house to
house.
Parents should be on high alert that
day as well, reminding their kids to
look both ways before crossing the
street and cross only at intersections
and cross-walks, when possible.
If kids are trick-or-treating without
adult supervision, make sure they
know the route so they don’t get lost
and confused. Other safety tips, cour-
tesy of the website, www.safekids.org:
• Decorate costumes and bags with
reflective tape or stickers and, if possi-
ble, choose light colors.
• Choose face paint and makeup
whenever possible instead of masks,
which can obstruct a child’s vision.
• Have kids carry glow sticks or
flashlights to help them see and be
seen by drivers.
• When selecting a costume, make
sure it is the right size to prevent trips
and falls.
If you need more tips or tricks of
the trade for trick-or-treating, visit
www.safekids.org. The local police de-
partment will also have safety recom-
mendations, and the municipality will
also have more information about spe-
cific rules and regulations for the day.
Be safe this Halloween. And most
importantly, have a scary good time!
Safety first this Halloween
Parents, kids, homeowners and motorists should follow these tips
Halloween photos
While you’re out trick-or-treating this
Halloween, or attending a local
Halloween parade, don’t forget about
The Sun! We’d love to print photos of
you enjoying the holiday. Send them to
us via e-mail, to the address at the right.
OCTOBER 23–29, 2013 –THE HADDONFIELD SUN 7
Principal awards students
commended by the board. Tatem
student Joseph Poliafico was hon-
ored after receiving recognition
from the Haddon Fire Company
for alerting his father to a fire at a
neighboring house.
In addition, Alexandra Brown
was awarded as the winner of the
Letters to Lizzy Essay Contest.
• Haddonfield Memorial High
School Dean of Student Life
Tracy Mattozo also presented two
students with commendations.
MacKenzie VanBuskirk of Had-
donfield Middle School was
awarded for his volunteerism at
Give Kids the World Village, an
organization located in Central
Florida that provides free lodging
for children with life-threatening
illnesses.
Also awarded for his volunteer
efforts was Nicholas Powles of
Haddonfield Memorial High
School, who was awarded for
mentoring children in “Kids
Alley” an after-school program lo-
cated in Camden.
• During the student represen-
tative report, Stone announced
that Haddonfield’s girls tennis
had brought home the title of
Group 2 state champions after de-
feating Holmdel 3-2 just hours be-
fore the start of the board of edu-
cation meeting.
PRINCIPAL
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WEDNESDAY Oct. 23
EXCEL for Beginners: Adults. From
11 a.m. to noon in the Haddonfield
Public Library. Take this introduc-
tion to the basics of Microsoft’s
spreadsheet program, Excel.
Basic computer skills are needed
for this program (experience
using the computer, keyboard
and mouse). Call 429-1304, ext.
112 to register for these free com-
puter classes. Jo-Ann Pure is the
instructor.
Lizzy’s Scrapbook: From 1 to 4 p.m.
at the Haddonfield Memorial
High School auditorium. ‘Lizzie’s
Scrapbook,’ an original play by
Haddonfield resident Sydney
Lefler, follows three Haddonfield
students on a paranormal adven-
ture when they encounter the
ghost of Elizabeth Haddon
Estaugh. Tickets are $10 per per-
son.
Overeaters Anonymous: 9 a.m. at
First Presbyterian Church. Call
(609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjersey.org for informa-
tion.
Grace Church Worship Service: 7
to 7:30 a.m. 19 Kings Highway
East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
Line dancing: 1:30 to 3 p.m. at
Mabel Kay Hospitality House,
Senior Citizen Center. Call 354-
8789 for more information.
Preschool Storytime: Haddonfield
Public Library. 1:30 p.m. Ages 3 to
5. Call 429-1304 for information.
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.
First Baptist Church Youth Group:
7 p.m. September through June.
124 Kings Highway East, Haddon-
field.
Wednesday Night Prayer: 7 p.m. at
Haddonfield Bible Church. 324
Belmont Ave., Haddonfield.
Evening Meeting: 7:30 p.m. at First
Church of Christ, Scientist, 355
Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.
Hymns, testimonies of healing
and inspirational readings from
the Bible and Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures, by
Mary Baker Eddy.
THURSDAY Oct. 24
Lizzy’s Scrapbook: From 7:30 to 11
p.m. at the Haddonfield Memorial
High School auditorium. ‘Lizzie’s
Scrapbook,’ an original play by
Haddonfield resident Sydney
Lefler, follows three Haddonfield
students on a paranormal adven-
ture when they encounter the
ghost of Elizabeth Haddon
Estaugh. Tickets are $10 per per-
son.
Avenue Q: Adults. Beginning at 7:30
p.m. at 957 E. Atlantic Ave. Pre-
sented by the Haddonfield Plays
and Players. Winner of three Tony
Awards including Best Musical
and written by the composer of
‘The Book of Mormon,’ ‘Avenue Q’
is a hilarious R-rated spoof of
‘Sesame Street.’ Part flesh, part
felt, and packed with heart,
‘Avenue Q’ tells the story of
Princeton, a recent college grad
who moves into a shabby NYC
apartment in the only neighbor-
hood he can afford. Play contains
mature content. For ticket infor-
mation, visit www.haddonfield-
players.com.
Civic Association Town Meeting:
Beginning at 7 p.m. in Borough
Hall. The Civic Association will be
hosting the Annual Town Meet-
ing. Department heads, as well as
chairpersons from various
boards, commissions and com-
mittee will be on hand to answer
questions from the residents.
Recreation Council meeting: 8 p.m.
at Borough Hall. Visit www.had-
donfieldnj.org for more informa-
tion.
Grace Church Worship Service:
9:30 to 10 a.m. with healing serv-
ice. 19 Kings Highway East, Had-
donfield. Email office@gracehad-
don.org for information.
Art Workplace: Mabel Kay House. 9
a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Call
354-8789 for more information.
Toddlertime: Haddonfield Public
Library. 10:30 a.m. Ages 2 to 3.
Call 429-1304 for information.
FRIDAY Oct. 25
Haddonfield Walking Tours: The
tour begins at 7 p.m. at Green-
field Hall (343 Kings Highway
East). Tickets are $10 per adult
and $5 per child. Come join us on
walking tour of Old Haddonfield
as local author William Meehan,
Jr. regales us with ghost stories
and legends from his popular
paperback Haunted Haddonfield.
Lizzy’s Scrapbook: From 7:30 to 11
p.m. at the Haddonfield Memorial
High School auditorium. ‘Lizzie’s
Scrapbook,’ an original play by
Haddonfield resident Sydney
Lefler, follows three Haddonfield
students on a paranormal adven-
ture when they encounter the
ghost of Elizabeth Haddon
Estaugh. Tickets are $10 per per-
son.
Avenue Q: Adults. Beginning at 8
p.m. at 957 E. Atlantic Ave. Pre-
sented by the Haddonfield Plays
and Players. Winner of three Tony
Awards including Best Musical
and written by the composer of
‘The Book of Mormon,’ ‘Avenue Q’
is a hilarious R-rated spoof of
‘Sesame Street.’ Part flesh, part
felt, and packed with heart,
‘Avenue Q’ tells the story of
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Friday Program: Mabel Kay House.
12:30 to 2 p.m. Call 354-8789 for
more information.
Kiwanis Club of the Haddons
meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Country Club. Visit www.haddon-
skiwanis.com to join or for more
information.
Rockabye Readers: Ages 9 to 24
months with a caregiver. 10:30
a.m. at Haddonfield Public
Library. For more information visit
www.haddonfieldlibrary.org.
SATURDAY Oct. 26
Haunted Mansion: Beginning at 6
p.m. at Greenfield Hall. Tickets
will be sold at the door for $3 per
adult and $2 per child. An annual
Haddonfield tradition, the
grounds of Greenfield Hall are
ghoulishly transformed from a
stately center hall colonial into
the spooky, frightening Haunted
Mansion.
Lizzy’s Scrapbook: From 7:30 to 11
p.m. at the Haddonfield Memorial
High School auditorium. ‘Lizzie’s
Scrapbook,’ an original play by
Haddonfield resident Sydney
Lefler, follows three Haddonfield
students on a paranormal adven-
ture when they encounter the
ghost of Elizabeth Haddon
Estaugh. Tickets are $10 per per-
son.
Avenue Q: Adults. Beginning at 8
p.m. at 957 E. Atlantic Ave. Pre-
sented by the Haddonfield Plays
and Players. Winner of three Tony
Awards including Best Musical
and written by the composer of
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‘The Book of Mormon,’ ‘Avenue Q’
is a hilarious R-rated spoof of
‘Sesame Street.’ Part flesh, part
felt, and packed with heart,
‘Avenue Q’ tells the story of
Princeton, a recent college grad
who moves into a shabby NYC
apartment in the only neighbor-
hood he can afford. Play contains
mature content. For ticket infor-
mation, visit www.haddonfield-
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Grace Church Worship Service:
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 19 Kings High-
way East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
Haddonfield United Methodist
Church Worship: Casual worship
at 5 p.m. in the chapel.
SUNDAY Oct. 27
Avenue Q: Adults. Beginning at 2
p.m. at 957 E. Atlantic Ave. Pre-
sented by the Haddonfield Plays
and Players. Winner of three Tony
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and written by the composer of
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is a hilarious R-rated spoof of
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Lutheran Church of Our Savior:
Traditional/classic worship serv-
ices with Holy Communion at 8
and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school
10:30 a.m. for children age 3
through sixth grade. Reflections
worship at 9:15 a.m. 204 Wayne
Ave., Haddonfield.
Grace Church: Holy Eucharist (Rite
I) from 8 to 9 a.m. Choral and
Family Eucharist (Rite II) from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Fellowship at 9
and 10:30 a.m. Christian educa-
tion (adults) from 10:30 to 11:30
a.m. Christian education (chil-
dren) from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
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Haddonfield United Methodist
Church: Contemporary worship 9
a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Traditional
worship 10:30 a.m. in the sanctu-
ary. 29 Warwick Road, Haddon-
field.
Mount Olivet Baptist Church: Sun-
day school at 8:30 a.m. Morning
worship at 9:30 a.m. 202 Dou-
glass Ave., Haddonfield.
First Baptist Church: Adult Bible
study at 9:30 a.m. Children’s Sun-
day school at 11:15 a.m. Worship
service at 11 a.m.; childcare pro-
vided. 124 Kings Highway East,
Haddonfield.
Haddonfield Bible Church: Morning
prayer at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Sunday worship
at 11 a.m. Evening worship at 6:30
p.m. 324 Belmont Ave.
First Presbyterian Church: Tradi-
tional worship at 8:15 a.m. in the
chapel. Family service at 9:30
a.m. in the sanctuary. Traditional
worship at 11 a.m. in the sanctu-
ary. 20 Kings Highway East, Had-
donfield.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Service at 10 a.m. Sunday school
for children at 10 a.m. 355 Kings
Highway East, Haddonfield.
MONDAY Oct. 28
Monday Morning Prayer: 8 a.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.
TUESDAY Oct. 29
Bridge: 12:30 p.m. at Mabel Kay Hos-
pitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789 for more
information.
Bridge: 12:30 p.m. at Mabel Kay Hos-
pitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789.
Lite Aerobics: 1 p.m. at Mabel Kay
Hospitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789 for more
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Boys cross country team
wins conference title
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Had-
donfield boys cross country team
won the Colonial Conference title
by defeating Haddon Township,
Haddon Heights and Sterling at
Pennypacker Park. The Bulldogs
finished their 2013 dual meet sea-
son with a perfect 10-0 record, and
extended Coach Nick Baker’s un-
defeated streak to 162 meets,
stretching back to 1997.
The race was won by Luke Pe-
tela of Haddon Township in 15:40.
Haddonfield took the next four
places, with Alex Gigliotti, Greg
Pelose, Matt Stewart, and John
Greenberg finishing second
through fifth. Owen Long from
Haddon Township finished 6th,
with Austin Stoner, Chris Goings,
Dan Brennan, Patrick Shea, and
Colin Gallagher of Haddonfield
finishing seventh through
eleventh. The final score against
Haddon Township was 21-40, and
15-50 against Haddon Heights and
Sterling.
The Bulldogs run next at the
Colonial Conference All Star
meet, which will be held at Pen-
nypacker Park on Thursday, Oct.
24 at 4 p.m. This race should be a
good gauge of their fitness for the
big November meets, starting
with sectionals at Delsea on Nov.
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Elizabeth Haddon Elementary
School will be celebrating its Cen-
tennial Celebration on Oct. 28, at
the school’s location during a
School Community Meeting of
students, staff, parents, and alum-
ni beginning at 9:30 am.
This exciting event will com-
memorate 100 years of providing
an excellent educational program
to the Haddonfield community
and the laying of the cornerstone
on Oct. 27, 1913.
The Elizabeth Haddon School
is well known for providing an ex-
cellent, comprehensive educa-
tional program throughout its
history of serving the communi-
ty. The Centennial Celebration
will honor the school’s heritage.
Activities that will occur during
the community meeting will in-
clude the fifth grade class’ dra-
matic portrayal of the laying of
the school’s cornerstone, the
singing of colonial period songs,
a video short celebrating Haddon-
field’s Tricentennial Celebration,
and a birthday cake.
An actor will portray “Eliza-
beth Haddon” and describe her
experience of coming to the
wilderness now known as Had-
donfield and the town’s develop-
ment around her home she
shared with her husband, John
Estaugh.
The day will conclude with sev-
eral Elizabeth Haddon Alumni
sharing their experiences of at-
tending the school with each class
in the afternoon.
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By NICK COHEN
The Sun
The Haddonfield Memorial
High School Hall of Fame an-
nounced the eight HMHS gradu-
ates who will join the illustrious
fraternity this year. Officially, the
induction ceremony will take
place on Nov. 23 at the Tavistock
Country Club.
Jack Stanton
Jack Stanton graduated from
HMHS in 1954. Stanton ran track
at HMHS, but where he truly left
his mark was on the gridiron. In
Stanton’s senior year he led the
team to both the 1953 Colonial
Conference and South Jersey
Group III championships and for
his efforts was selected to the
Colonial Conference and All-
South Jersey Group III First
Teams. During his 25 years in the
youth program he went on to win
numerous championships while
coaching hundreds of young
men, many of whom are in the
HMHS Athletic Hall of Fame
today.
Bob Misita
Bob Misita was a member
of the class of 1979. Misita was a
standout wrestler compiling
a 60-11 record while winning dis-
trict and regional champi-
onships. He reached the state
quarterfinals his senior year and
was selected First Team All-
South Jersey.
Scott Knecht
Scott Knecht graduated with
the class of 1980. Knecht was a
three-year varsity letter winner
in basketball and track at HMHS.
In track, he set the school record
for the high jump at 6’10” in 1979,
a record that still stands, and
placed second in the state that
same year. Knecht was All Colo-
nial Conference and All Group II
in 1978, 1979, 1980 and was select-
ed All South Jersey First Team in
1979 and Second Team in 1980.
Scott also excelled in basketball
being selected All Colonial Con-
ference First Team and All Group
II Second Team.
Alex Creighton
Alex Creighton graduated from
HMHS in 1989. Creighton won
nine varsity letters at HMHS. He
was selected captain in baseball
his junior and senior years,
which included a State Group I
Championship and a place on the
All South Jersey team. He was
captain of the football team his
senior year and was selected to
the First Team All Colonial Con-
ference and All SJ Group I teams.
Alex was a member of the 1989
State Championship basketball
team and participated in baseball
in college at William and Mary,
earning three varsity letters as a
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Scott Chalbert
Scott Chalbert was a member
of the class of 1993. Chalbert was
a three-sport athlete at Haddon-
field, winning four varsity letters
in soccer, three in basketball, and
two in track. He earned All South
Jersey honors in soccer for four
years and All State honors for two
years while playing on two state
championship soccer teams.
Chalbert was named to the All
South Jersey and All Colonial
Conference teams in track. He set
the school record in the 200 me-
ters and the 400 x 4 relay and was
a member of a state champi-
onship track team.
Gerrit Kemps
Gerrit Kemps graduated with
the class of 1994. Kemps was the
winner of 10 varsity letters at
HMHS in soccer, track and bas-
ketball. He was All Colonial Con-
ference for three years in soccer
and first team All South Jersey
Group I his junior and senior
year and was a member of a
Group I State Championship
team. He was selected second
team All-South Jersey his junior
year. His senior year he was se-
lected a First Team All-South Jer-
sey and First Team All-State In
track, Kemps was selected All
Colonial Conference and All
South Jersey Group I his fresh-
man through senior years in the
400 and 800 meters hurdles and
was the South Jersey Group I
champion in the 800 meters. He
was the Group I state champion
in the 400-meter hurdles and was
the school record holder in that
event.
Rebecca Conroy Elmuccio
Rebecca Conroy Elmuccio was
a member of the class of 1995. El-
muccio won four varsity letters in
swimming at Haddonfield. She
was First Team All-South Jersey
and All Colonial Conference all
four years. Rebecca was a United
States Swimming Scholastic All
American in 1993, 1994 and 1995).
She set multiple HMHS records
in the 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle,
100 backstroke, 200 medley relay,
200 freestyle relay and the 400
freestyle relay.
William Candee
William Candee graduated
from HMHS in 1996. Candee won
10 varsity letters at HMHS in foot-
ball, wrestling and track. He was
selected Third Team All Group II
and Third Team All Colonial Con-
ference in football and was select-
ed to the Rotary Bowl All-Star
game following his senior year.
He had an outstanding wrestling
career at Haddonfield, compiling
a 99-15 record. Candee was a three
time district champion after fin-
ishing third as a freshman and
was a regional finalist three
times and placed fifth in the state
his senior year. He was First
Team All Colonial Conference
and Third Team All South Jersey
his sophomore, junior and senior
seasons and was selected for the
NJ/DE All-Star meet. Candee was
the Camden County pole vault
champion in track and qualified
for the State Championship Meet
twice.
The induction dinner and cere-
mony will take place on Saturday,
Nov. 23, at Tavistock Country
Club.
Visit the Haddonfield Memori-
al High School website for more
information
www.haddonfield.k12.nj.us/high-
school
Induction ceremony set for Nov. 23
INDUCTION
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Fortnightly club to meet Oct. 25
The Haddon Fortnightly Gen-
eral Club will be having its Octo-
ber meeting at 1 p.m. on Friday,
Oct. 25, at the clubhouse on E.
Kings Highway.
The program, entitled Health
Issues – Four Steps for
Greater Health, will be given by
Dr. Jeff McGunnigle of McGun-
nigle Chiropractic in Haddon-
field.
Please contact Grace
DeMarco at 424-7039 for further
information. Refreshments will
be served and all are welcome to
attend.
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Gerald Arthur Brown
Oct. 13, 2013
Gerald Arthur Brown, 66, of
Haddonfield, who loved life, his
family, tennis and a clean car, died
on Oct. 13 with his wife at his
side. Jerry, as family and friends
called him, had been battling
bladder cancer for more than two
years.
He is survived by his wife Mar-
garet Rees, daughters Emily
Brown and Kate Brown, son-in-
law Frank McElroy, brothers
Robert Brown, Richard and Jules
Fekete, sister-in-law Jan Fekete,
and many, many close friends.
Jerry was raised in Levittown,
Pennsylvania by the late Al and
Rosemary Brown. As a child, he
survived a serious car accident
and spinal meningitis. At 18 years
old he was drafted into the U.S.
Army and served one tour in the
Vietnam War as a combat photog-
rapher. Friends and family joked
that he was invincible, but Jerry
explained to his daughters that he
survived because he was meant to
marry their mother and become
their dad.
When Jerry returned from
Vietnam, he attended Brooks In-
stitute of Photography in Santa
Barbara, Calif.
In 1975, he met Margaret Rees
at a party in Bensalem, Pa., and
courted her for more than four
years. The two married in Janu-
ary of 1979 and moved to Haddon-
field in 1980, where they raised
their daughters and became an
integral part of the community
and made many friends whom
they consider family.
Jerry built a successful career
as an independent sales represen-
tative for various camera and
audio-visual companies. Col-
leagues attributed his success in
business to his generous and hon-
est reputation, and to his witty,
delightful personality. Jerry loved
his job, his customers and his col-
leagues. Since he worked out of
his car, he took it to the car wash
nearly every day.
As an avid tennis player, Jerry
organized a popular Saturday
morning tennis league and was
an active member of the Haddon-
field Tennis Association. He was
known amongst his tennis
friends for his wicked serve, col-
orful swearing, inclusiveness,
and sense of humor.
Also a cooking enthusiast,
Jerry was a favorite customer at
Arnie’s butcher shop and Severi-
no’s. Every evening, smells of
Jerry’s culinary creations wafted
down the block, and the neighbor-
hood could hear him singing and
chastising various kitchen appli-
ances while he cooked.
Jerry Brown was a vocal, joy-
ous, and kind person and was jus-
tifiably loved by many. He was a
devoted husband and the best dad
his girls could have asked for. He
will be greatly missed by all who
knew him.
Interment is private. In lieu of
flowers, Jerry’s family requests
donations are made in his name
to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Dr.,
Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053.
obituaries
Joseph Thomas Carroll
Oct. 14, 2013
Joseph Thomas Carroll died
at the age of 52 years old on Oct.
14.
Beloved son of William H. Car-
roll and the late Adele (nee
Battaglini) of Haddonfield; Lov-
ing brother of William M. Carroll
(Mary) of Haddonfield. Also sur-
vived by several aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Tom’s family and friends at-
tended his Memorial Mass on Sat-
urday, Oct. 19, at Christ the King
RC Church. Interment took place
at the Haddonfield Baptist Ceme-
tery.
In lieu of flowers, Tom’s family
suggests donations be made in his
name to the Samaritan Hospice, 5
Eves Dr., Suite 300, Marlton, NJ
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letterS to the editor
candidates who want to spend on
things, like buying Bancroft,
that are not essential to our town
or it’s residents.
At least this time around,
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property for sign snatchers!
H. Nelson Euler
Mary Fagan would be a
true asset to our town
Board of Education elections
are upon us and as active and
concerned citizens of Haddon-
field we would like to say how
important these elections are
and encourage all citizens to be-
come informed voters.
Mary Fagan is one of five can-
didates running for a board of
education seat. We feel that
Mary would be a true asset to
this board and our town. She un-
derstands our district and the
educational needs of our town.
She has spent a great deal of
time involved with our schools;
she researches the issues and
values educational quality. We
believe she will wisely prioritize
budget to effectively maintain
that quality and with it our prop-
erty value. She is committed to
responsible spending with
greater transparency looking for
other revenue sources, such as
grants and contributions, in-
stead of increasing our property
taxes.
Mary will contribute to the
Board with wise oversight and
transparency about district
spending decisions mindful of
residents' own budgets, concerns
and needs. We encourage you to
inform yourselves about the can-
didates and vote wisely on Nov. 5.
Sue and Bob Heindel
Parking on grass
not option for disabled
Mr Jack Phillips, Esquire, in
his letter to The Haddonfield
Sun entitled "Parking on grass
won't ruin historic district" pres-
ents a problem with access to the
church for disabled and handi-
capped individuals and suggests
that the solution is to build a 22-
car parking lot. I think that
there are other solutions that he
has not considered that will pro-
vide access to church members
but not disrupt the neighbors or
the character of the Historic Dis-
trict.
I would suggest a designated
drop off zone close to the church
entrance. A valet could be hired
to park the car, letting the dis-
abled individual enter the
church without worrying about
parking. The valet parker would
be hired for the two hours on
Wednesday evening and the two
hours Sunday morning that
services are held. At a cost of $10
per hour, this would be an eco-
nomical solution and much less
expensive than the landscaping
and work to build and maintain
a grass parking lot. This part-
time job would be suitable for a
senior citizen or student or other
citizen who might need to earn a
little extra money and provide a
needed service to the disabled.
The valet parker would not be
disruptive to the neighbors and
if those in the Historic District
want him or her to, perhaps they
could dress in period clothing.
In terms of where the parking
would be, I would suggest that
designated parking spots be se-
lected on the streets adjacent to
the church for both the valet
parker and able-bodied church-
goers to park. Signage should in-
dicate the hours on Wednesday
evening and Sunday morning
that parking is restricted to
church-goers. Church-goers
would have a placard to place in
their car window indicating that
they were attending services.
The Haddonfield police could en-
force this by appropriate and ag-
gressive ticketing of cars with-
out placards and could also en-
force the no parking in the drop
off zone.
My plan increases access for
disabled and able-bodied church
members but does not change
the nature of the neighborhood
or incur any adverse environ-
mental consequences. It is a sim-
ple and elegant solution that
should be adopted by the Chris-
tian Science Church and will sat-
isfy the neighbors and all of the
friends of Haddonfield's Historic
District.
Susan Hoch MD
Greatest return on
investment is kids
Every Realtor in Haddonfield
knows what boosts property val-
ues and sells houses here, de-
spite our high property taxes:
it’s the school district’s quality,
as represented by its rank in
state, regional and national
media. A good sales pitch always
includes HMHS’s position on the
annual Newsweek magazine or
U.S. News & World Report list.
The district uses its lofty nation-
al rankings to recruit tuition stu-
dents. Great colleges accept our
applicants more readily and
offer scholarships in part be-
cause of our high school’s rank-
ings and what they reflect about
the education here.
But what makes any district
rank highly? It’s pretty simple.
The Newsweek and U.S. News
formulas rest exclusively on the
academic opportunities and
achievements of our students.
Specifically, the formulas count
proficiency on state exams, Ad-
vanced Placement courses of-
fered, AP tests taken, AP and
SAT or ACT scores, and percent-
age of students who graduate
and go to college, any college.
That’s all. Regardless of their
shortcomings, these ranking
systems aim to measure the edu-
cational preparation that is
widely accepted to predict col-
lege readiness and success. Par-
ents and students should also re-
alize that good scores on these
tests can earn college credit,
save college expenses, and earn
scholarships.
For residents, the greatest re-
turn on our property tax invest-
ment and our investments in our
kids rests with what happens in-
side our classrooms. Our district
would best serve students, fami-
lies and taxpayers if it focused
on curriculum and academic
support. In the Nov. 5 Board of
Education vote, I plan to vote for
Mary Fagan as the candidate
who has the knowledge, re-
search and educational advocacy
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track record, and a platform that
indicates she will wisely guide
district spending in ways that
will give property owners in town
the greatest return on
the biggest investments we
make, in our children and our
homes.
Sharon Jachter
Amy Keys Shaw keeps
focus on education
I am writing to show why I am
voting for Amy Keys Shaw for a
seat on the Haddonfield Board of
Education. It has been a long time
since candidates have been will-
ing to take on the issues as Shaw
has, and it is obvious she has our
schoolchildren in heart and
mind. She represents no other in-
terests; she even comes with a
background of working for the
government in children and fami-
lies.
She has talked about what is
expected of a school board, espe-
cially in areas of communication.
Communication is a conduit.
Shaw recognizes the need for the
board to truly listen to communi-
ty input and the need to report
school board business as soon as
it becomes available. It seems in
the last several years there have
been surprises from the school
board and mistakes have been
made.
Her blogs are evidence of her
focus on education – and “believ-
ing in children.” Meeting each
child’s needs is paramount. Her
guiding principles set the stage
for maintaining the high stan-
dard our schools have always
shown, and for having unwaver-
ing support for high achievement,
and by using informed uses of
technology and differentiated
learning techniques improving
even more on great quality of in-
struction we already have.
We all know it is important to
keep our district fiscally sound.
In 2009, Shaw was a member of
the Board appointed Community
Budget Advisory Committee. The
committee examined potential
ways to realize cost savings and to
increase revenue; making many
recommendations and several
have been adopted. The Drexel
Partnership provides our stu-
dents access to the university re-
sources, including certain IT
functions, increased course offer-
ings, etc. with little cost to the dis-
trict.
Shaw is a stickler for the law,
and keeping the board on track.
Focusing only on the schools and
education is, of course, the job of
the school board and nothing else.
I am sure Shaw will maintain her
zeal for children and education.
She has raised her children in
Haddonfield schools. As long as I
have known her, she attends as
many school board meetings as
possible. That in itself shows how
much she cares.
George Slack
Shaw is passionate
choice for BOE
As an educator for more than
two decades, I wholeheartedly
support Amy Keys Shaw for
Board of Education. Amy embod-
ies the rare combination of pas-
sion to enrich the educational
lives of our children along with a
critical eye for information and a
strong common sense perspective
in promoting academic excel-
lence. Years of service as an advo-
cate of children/families in the
state of New Jersey has shaped
Amy's focus on supporting aca-
demic excellence in the class-
room. As importantly, Shaw has
called for full transparency and
clear communication from the
board to the community while
striving for continued academic
rigor in our schools' classrooms.
Lastly, Amy understands the fis-
cal constraints that impact our
Board of Education as it strives
to maintain the superb quality of
the classroom experience, Amy
would bring this strong sense
of balance to her work on the
Board.
All of Amy's children have ben-
efited from education in the Had-
donfield's schools. Perhaps this is
why she is so passionate about
wanting to serve on the Board of
Education.
We could do no better than to
have Amy Keys Shaw as a mem-
ber of our Board. I urge you to
give her your vote.
Seth L. Welles
Our votes will make
differences for future
What a great slate we have to
choose from this year for the
Board of Education election. It
seems we can't go wrong no mat-
ter who gets our vote. But our
votes will make a difference in de-
velopments to come, which oblig-
es us to go to the trouble of look-
ing up the nitty-gritty of each
candidate's positions and advoca-
cies, all conveniently available on
their respective (and informative)
websites.
Skip the ads and go to the web-
sites (four of them at last count,
findable on Google). While there,
look for mentions (and non-men-
tions) of the failed Bancroft ini-
tiative and the excessive turf pur-
chase (the deal we still feel) – our
two prominent acid tests of cur-
ricular-vs-noncurricular spend-
ing priorities. What do you want
prioritized?
Needed most on our board
right now, it seems, is an influx of
members who have lived and
learned the value of a truly rigor-
ous education, with emphasis on
what goes on in the classroom
and into students' brains. Exam-
ples would be candidates Mary
Fagan and Amy Keys Shaw. For
thoroughness see especially Mary
Fagan's website.
The be-all question of provid-
ing well-rounded and thorough
schooling – more correctly, the an-
swer – ultimately falls to the
board ... to intelligently blend
books, curricula, technologies,
teachers, administrators and fa-
cilities into the gestalt of what we
all want so much for our chil-
dren – a great education, leading
to a great life.
Vote well.
Walter Weidenbacher
letterS to the editor
LETTERS
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Town meeting is Oct. 24
Shared services, zoning,
schools, streets, traffic ... you've
got questions and opinions about
issues in town--go straight to the
source!
Take advantage of the opportu-
nity to meet with the commis-
sioners, other municipal officials,
and the chairs of municipal com-
missions/boards, as well as the
superintendent of Schools and
the BOE president at the Haddon-
field Civic Association's Annual
Town Meeting. Attend the Annu-
al Town Meeting, hosted by the
Haddonfield Civic Association on
Thursday, Oct. 24 from 7 to 9 p.m.
at Haddonfield Borough Hall.
Moderated by former mayor
Tish Colombi, the event will fea-
ture brief reports presented by
the commissioners and other offi-
cials. The floor will then be open
for questions from Haddonfield
residents and business owners –
everyone will get their turn at the
microphone.
One of the HCA's signature
events, the Annual Town Meeting
is just one aspect of our mission
to "Inform, Promote and Organ-
ize Civic Discussion" in Haddon-
field. The HCA also organizes fo-
rums on current Haddonfield hot
topics, videotapes and posts on-
line all commissioners' and BOE
meetings, as well as runs the new
Neighborhood Watch program.
Find out more at www.haddon-
fieldcivic.com.
To learn more about the Neigh-
borhood Watch, join us Nov. 14 for
an informational forum. Save the
date – details forthcoming.
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Ninety Tanner Street • Haddonfield, NJ 08033
(856) 428-9677, Ext. 241
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3 bedroom, 2 full bath brick ranch home
located in Haddon Hills section. Home
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On quiet street just steps from 3 schools
& short walk to shopping, transportation,
pool & parks. Realistically offered for
$219,900.
HADDON TOWNSHIP
Remodeled, well-maintained, 3 bedroom
colonial located in desirable Haddon Leigh
section. Open floor plan w/ living room,
family room w/ fireplace, dining area, new
custom kitchen w/ new appliances &
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air conditioning, full basement & attached
garage. Handsome exterior w/ nicely
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Cell: (856) 261-5202
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1814 Route 70 • Suite 200
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
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Ninety 1anner Street · Haddonfield, New Jersey
LENNY, VERMAAT
LEONARD
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HADDON TOWNSHIP · 1220 Walnut Avenue
What a lake front view and just steps to Newton Lake if you own this home! With 3
BRs & 3 full BAs including a master bedroom suite, family room, 3 upper and lower
decks and docking area for a canoe, this home is perfect for enjoying life`s pleasures.
$299,500(6258263)
HADDONFIELD · 415 Overhill Road
Fully renovated 2 story Center Hall Colonial home offers up to 3,000 sq ft of living
space. This home features formal LR w/fireplace, formal DR, kitchen w/island & gran-
ite countertops, family room, office, master suite plus 3 other nice sized bedrooms,
2nd flr. laundry, walk-up unfinished attic, full basement 2 car garage & so much more.
$819,000(6173322)
HADDONFIELD · 311 Lakeview Avenue
Lovely Cape Cod; three bedrooms with possible 4th.
Hardwood floors throughout, updated kitchen and bath on oversized lot.
$299,900 (6292624)
HADDONFIELD · 232 Centre Street
Expanded American Four Square updated throughout, move-in condition, updated kitchen, new tank-less
water heater, 3 zone heating/AC. Chestnut woodwork including front door w/stained glass sidelights,
carved staircase & LR fireplace. Large FR w/ new sky lights & 1st floor suite. Relax on the custom deck
overlooking landscaped grounds. Prime location close to PATCO speedline stations, schools and shopping.
$619,900(6287372)
BARRINGTON · 1000 N. Copley Place
Expansive home located on a cul-de-sac in Tavistock Hills. Home features recently
refinished oak h/w floors and new roof. Enjoy the peaceful fenced rear yard from the
sunroom and deck. Additional features include 2 large storage sheds and walk-up attic.
$220,000(6265748)
STRATFORD · 27 Longwood Drive
If you long for a home of your own, make that dream come true in this newly renovat-
ed, 3 bedroom split level. New kitchen and hardwood flooring throughout, new roof &
vinyl siding, maintenance free. Schedule a showing now.
$199,000(6292146)
HADDONFIELD · 63 Birchall Drive
Attractive four bedroom 2.5 bathroom 2,200 sq. ft. Center Hall Colonial with newly
refinished oak hardwood flooring, fresh neutral interior painting, and central air
replaced 2011. Features include new dimensional shingle roof (2007), sun porch and
patio overlooking large fenced yard. All on a beautiful wide, tree-lined street.
$499,900(6290977)
James PoIiero
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428-9677 x 258
James PoIiero
428-9677 x 258
Kevin Hee
428-9677 x 235
MichaeI DineIIa
428-9677 x 249
Mark Lenny
428-9677 x 239
Teresa Gordon
428-9677 x 233
Visit www.lvlrealtors.com or text LVL to 64842 to tour our Haddonfield Properties.
LENNY, VERMAAT
LEONARD
I N C O R P O R A T E D
RE ALTORS
GARY VERMAAT
Broker of Record, Owner
MARK LENNY
Broker/Owner
110 Chews Landing Road
This 2 story Colonial boasts 5 BRs & 4 full BAs & features
newer designer kitchen & huge sunlit family room w/ cathe-
dral ceiling & 6 skylights. 1stt floor master BD & master BA,
hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces & finished basement. On
impressive .46+/- acre lot & close to town & Hi-speedline.
$699,000 (6041693)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239

20 Lane of Acres
Executive 2 story Tudor that is located on one of
Haddonfield`s most sought after streets. This home is situated
on over 2 acres of land, has 5/6 BRs, 5 full & 1 partial BA, in-
law suite, impressive master retreat, formal LR & DR, baker`s
kitchen, FR, laundry room & the list goes on.
$1,650,000 (6289336)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243
237 Merion Avenue
This 2-story brick Colonial built by Rocky Sinquette, features 5
BRs & 3.5 BAS and includes an in-law suite. There are HW
floors, a FP in the LR & a great back yard with a covered patio.
Conveniently located in The Estates Section
$450,000 (6257142)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239
201 Lakeview Avenue
Large 4 story Victorian twin style home that is bigger than
most single family homes. Open LR & DR area, eat-in
kitchen, whole 2nd floor master suite, 5/6 or 7 BRs, 2.5
baths, full basement & 1 car garage. Easy walk
to town, schools & parks.
$339,900 (6272238)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243
Come Home to
587 Coles Mill Road
Three story Contemporary with natural landscaping & views
of Cooper River. Open floor plan, cathedral ceilings & lots of
glass, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room, 2 decks & more.
One block to nature trails & jogging/biking paths.
$439,000 (6196543)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239
Haddonfield
856-428-5150 Ninety Tanner Street • Haddonfield, NJ
221 S. Atlantic Avenue
This charming 2 story Colonial that boasts open wrap-around
front porch, formal LR & DR, eat-in kitchen, 1.5 baths, 3 bed-
rooms, walk-up storage attic & full basement 20 minutes to
Philadelphia. Conveniently located near Patco hi-speedline,
downtown Haddonfield, schools & Philadelphia.
$285,000 (6280355)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243
26-26 ½ Tanner Street
Colonial twins with combined 3,000 sq. ft. and 6
parking spaces. Will not be sold individually. Current
non-professional office use can continue +
residential/apts., home occupations, restaurants and
daycare. Two blocks to Hi-Speedline.
$499,000 (6194180)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239
315 Haddonfield Commons
Great condo in the desirable Haddonfield Commons.
Home boasts a formal LR, dining area, modern eat-in
kitchen, master suite, 2 other nice sized BRs, one BR
could be a den, modern full bath, screened balcony, 2
parking space, storage locker & convenient location
$209,000 (6292102)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243