Albert Bazarte

(Jun 7, 1940 to Nov 21, 2012)

Some see only lemons, Al saw only lemonade. His childhood dream was to soar like the birds – as a young man he became a pilot. He flew an ambulance plane with his company, Monarch Aviation, and later taught crop dusting. The problem with dusting was students would buzz his house and spray his car. Health problems caused that door to close, but he‘d soon open another one with another business, Monarch Exterminating in Glassboro. Even though Al was a double amputee, he’d put on his prosthesis and go out, without complaint, and conquer new territories. His motto was he’d try anything once; twice if he liked it.rnAl is survived by his most important people: Theresa, his wife; three daughters: Cindy Moffa, Sherri Hargenrader and Diane McHargue, three sons: Albert Bazarte, Todd Bazarte, and Michael McHargue, 13 grandchildren and 4 great grand children. rnCome celebrate 72 adventurous years Thursday from 10AM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where the service will be 11AM . Burial Lake Park Cemetery.rn

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  1. Michael & Betsey DeFillippis

    Dear Theresa & Family, We were so sorry to hear of your loss of Al. He was a strong and courageous man that was able to make lemonaide out of lemons. God only gives you what you can handle. Obviously a good man and an excellent example for his children. So sorry to have missed the service this a.m. due to a scheduling conflict. May God bless you at this most difficult time. “Flip”

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