Smedal, 88, died
Sunday, May 11, 2013, at St. Mary’s Janesville
Hospital in Wisconsin.
Born March 25, 2013 in Hammonton, she lived most
of her adult life in Stoughton, Wis. and Fort
Atkinson and spent her last three years in
Huntington Place in Janesville, Wis. She
graduated from Hammonton High School in 1943 and
graduated from the Jersey City Medical Center
Nursing School in February 1947. She worked for
an oral surgeon at the Philadelphia Dental
School for three years. Nancy joined the Air
Force and graduated from the School of Aviation
Medicine at Gunter Air Force Base in Wichita
Falls, Texas where she worked at the 3750th USAF
On January 1, 1955, she married Greggar R.
Smedal of Stoughton, Wis. Their daughter Gail
was born March 16, 1956. The family moved to
Madison, Wis., where she worked at Madison
General Hospital as a registered nurse. The
family later lived in Stoughton where she worked
at Stoughton Hospital before moving to Fort
Atkinson. Nancy earned her public health degree
from Whitewater University and worked for
Jefferson County as a school nurse and a
visiting home nurse. She retired in 1980. Nancy
was a lifetime member of the Reserve Officers
Association. Nursing was her passion, and Nancy
devoted her life to caring for others, including
Predeceased by: parents, Frank and Mary Berenato;
husband, Greggar R. Smedal; brothers, Joseph,
Domenic; sister, Jean. Surviving her are:
daughter, Gail (Scott) Angus of Janesville;
grandsons, Troy (Marni) Angus of Pewaukee, Ian
Angus of Milwaukee, Jacob Angus of Madison;
brothers, Louis, Samuel, John Berenato; sister,
Anna Berenato all of New Jersey.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services
on Friday, May 17, at Covenant Lutheran Church
followed by burial with military honors at
Donations may be made to Agrace Hospice or
Covenant Lutheran Church in Stoughton.
Arrangements made by Cress Funeral & Cremation
90, of Galloway, died Monday, May 13, 2013,
peacefully at home with his loving family by his
Anthony grew up on his parent’s farm and
operated his parent’s farm in his early years in
Landisville. He started in the vending business
after the war and went on to be a food service
director for ARA in later years. He supervised
the food service at Campbell Soup Company in
Camden and also provided soup recipes for the
company. He also operated the food service for
the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. In his
later years his passion was gardening, learned
from his boyhood years on the farm. He knew how
to grow a tomato and a garden. He served in the
United States Navy from 1942 to 1946 during
World War II as a Coxswain and gunners mate. He
traveled all over the world including Australia,
Portugal, Gibraltar, South Africa, Panama Canal
and the Philippines. He received numerous medals
including the distinguished medal, Victory
Ribbon and many others.
Predeceased by: wife of 64 years, Anna Reale;
parents, Sam Reale and Pasquelina Perna;
brothers, John Reale, Frank Reale. Surviving him
are: son, Sam Reale and his wife Cynthia;
granddaughter, Alexa; brother, Mike Reale;
Godson, Mike Reale Jr.; sisters, Mary Reale,
Rosemary Bramdriff, Josephine DeFilittis,
Margaret Klausher; many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends attended a Mass of
Christian Burial on Friday, May 17, at St. Mary
of Mt. Carmel Parish St Joseph Church followed
by entombment at Holy Cross Cemetery in Mays
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the
Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517,
Topeka, KS 66675.
Arrangements made by Marinella Funeral Home.
69, of Hammonton passed away on Friday, May 17
at the Atlanticare ED in Hammonton. Born in
Philadelphia, he was a resident of Hammonton for
four years. He was a self-employed electrician.
Doto served in the United States Army during the
He is survived by his six children, Micky Doto,
Somerlee Monaghan, Rocco Doto Jr, Christine Doto,
Paula Pasquarello, Kelly Ann Craft; his sister,
Angela Doto; his brother Jerry Doto; 10
grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, great
nieces and great nephews.
Funeral services were held May 21 at the
Carnesale Funeral Home. Burial followed at Brig.
General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial
Arrangements by Carnesale Funeral Home.
Anthony L. Palmieri,
43, of Hammonton died Monday, May 13, 2013, at
Born in Philadelphia, he was a lifelong resident
of Hammonton. Anthony worked as a truck driver
and he was an avid lover of dogs.
Predeceased by: father, Charles A. Palmieri.
Surviving him are: mother, Maria Palmieri (nee
Cavalieri) of Hammonton; brothers, Gregory A.
Palmieri of Hammonton, Charles A. Palmieri II
and his wife Jolie of Williamstown; nieces and
nephews, Terri Lyn Klose, Gregory A. Palmieri
Jr., Joseph M. Palmieri, Charles C. Palmieri,
Nicholas A. Palmieri; great-nieces and nephews,
P.J. Klose, Makenzie Klose, Joseph M. Palmieri
Jr., Nathan Palmieri.
Relatives and friends attended funeral services
on Friday, May 17, at the Carnesale Funeral
Arrangements made by Carnesale Funeral Home.