Milton Dunn

(Aug 11, 1922 to Feb 22, 2011)

Like Thomas Edison, he believed there was no substitute for hard work. It’s easier to list the jobs he didn’t have: he worked as a policeman in Philadelphia and Mantua, an engineer for Westinghouse, a bridge inspector, a painter, carpenter and contractor. People always came first. He was proud that he hardly ever wrote a ticket and as a contractor he did more for his families then they asked. He would go the extra mile, especially if he thought they weren’t well off. He leaned to the left and was eager to tell you as much. If the democratic party needed anything he was always there to lend a hand. Later years found him retired in Mickleton, enjoying classical music, and suffering with the Eagles and the Phils.rnHe is survived by his children: Mike, Ray, Larry, John, Johnna Wentz and Jimmy; 23 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.rnCome celebrate 88 hard working years Saturday, March 5 from 10:00 to noon at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be a service at noon Interment Gloucester County Vet. Cem., Frankinvillern

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