Thelma D Pidgeon

(Dec 21, 1930 to May 22, 2011)

Thelma married a farmer’s son and took on all the responsibilities of a farmer’ s wife. She helped plant and found the time to pack vegetables for market. After meeting her family’s needs next came her church. She was a dedicated lifelong member serving on many boards. For 32 years she set out Communion weekly and was the treasurer of the Joy Circle.rn She met that farmer, Harold, when he returned from military duty. They got reacquainted when they bumped into each other at Snyder’s News Agency. They dated, often going to dances. He was not Fred Astaire but those times sealed their relationship. That dance lasted for the past 60 years. Their lives were blessed with two daughters: Ann Nordaby (Bill) and Jane DiBella (Mike), Grandchildren: Laurie Spears, Kyle Nordaby, Michael DiBella, JR., Christopher Nordaby, and Sam DiBella, a great granddaughter Karly Spears. Thelma is also survived by a brother, Albert Dupper, Jr.rn Come celebrate 80 great years Thursday from 6 to 8 PM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro and Friday from 9AM at The Evangelical U-M Church, 14 W. Cohawkin Rd., Clarksboro with a 10AM Service. Burial Eglington Cemetery. rnDonations to the above named church’s memorial fund will be appreciated.rnLeave a story of Thelma at lifecelebrationstudio.com rn rn

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  1. Beverly Guy

    I wish to express my very deepest sympathies to Thelma’s loving family. Thelma was very special to me. She was always very friendly and always had something pleasant to say whenever we talked. I especially enjoyed talking to her over the years about her daughter, Jane’s, column in the Newtown Press. We would enjoy discussing whatever was written previously and she had such love and pride for her daughter. I also remember when she would come into my Sunday School room many years ago to distribute and collect our attendance books. She had such a beautiful way of brightening up the day. I will miss Thelma so very much, her beautiful personality and pleasant smile. I am so thankful to have had her in my life. What a glorious time she must be having now in heaven with our precious Lord and Saviour! I extend my deepest sympathies to Harold, and her entire family. My love and prayers are with you all!n With my deepest sympathy,n Beverly Guy

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