Donald Jenkins

(Dec 17, 1938 to Mar 30, 2012)

He was a walking sports encyclopedia, even about sports no onernwatches. His political views were strong (Damn Liberals). He wasrncantankerous in a good natured way. He’d instigate fights than steprnback and watch. He served his nation in the Navy and saw the world.rnHis working years were spent with GE and Honeywell. Later years foundrnhim collecting tolls on the NJ Turnpike.rnHe was always ready for a road trip. His wife, Dottie would say Irnlike to see …. And off they’d go. He was a fan of the Browns andrnIndians but cheered for the Flyers, Phils, and Eagles, mostly tornsatisfy his wife.rnDon and Dottie both followed a band. Two girls gave Dotttie thernthumbs up about the Gloucester native and they would be together fromrnthen on. He is survived by a son, William (Melissa), two daughters,rnChristy Brown (Chris) and Yvette Hoff, step daughters, Melissa Murnanernand Kari Blackmore (Jason), a brother, John, a sister, Beverly Jones,rn8 grand children and 3 great grandchildren.rnCome celebrate 73 stubborn Scottsman years Wednesday from 10am atrnDaley Life celebration Studio, 1518 Kings Hwy., Swedesboro withrnStorytime and service at 11am.rnDonations to Lighthouse Hospice, 10 40 N. Kings Hwy., Cherry Hill, NJrn08034 or Disabled American Veterans, PO Box 14301, Cinn., Ohio 45250rnwill be appreciated.rn

5 thoughts on “Donald Jenkins

  1. Shirley Connelly Fox

    Don was a great guy, will always remember him from high school. At one time he lived on the next block from me near the high school. I also remember when he was close friends with Bobby Kaye and lived on Hudson Street. He was a good friend and a good guy. Now he is at peace and that’s what matters. Your classmate Shirley Connelly Fox

  2. Shelley Hubert

    Thinking of you all during this sad time. We hope your good memories bring you peace. You are in our prayers! rnShelley,Greg, Nicole, Spencer, and Jojo Hubert (Melissa’s Aunt)

  3. Don Brown

    Don,n Kathy & I will miss seeing Dottie and you at GHS functions. Our Creator called you home; and that was a higher priority. You are a free soul at last ? no sickness of any sort. What more could a Scotsman want? On second thought, don’t answer that. nYour classmate, Don n

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