Robert Corgliano, 63, of Hammonton died at home on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 with his loving family by his side. 
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Corgliano moved to Hammonton when he was 16 years old and graduated from Hammonton High School in 1973. After graduating, he went to work at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard -NAVSSES as an Instrument Mechanic and Planner/Estimator for 19 years. He also worked for Berenato Contractors Inc., as well as a purchaser for M.L. Ruberton Construction. An avid outdoorsman, Corgliano belonged to Blueberry Hill Hunting Club in Wheelerville, Pa., Quinton Sportsmen’s Club and was a member of the NRA. 
He is predeceased by his parents, Louis and Vera Corgliano. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 40 years, Charlotte (nee Berenato); son, Robert (September); two daughters, Kristin Pistone (Mike) and Lindsay Cassario (P.J.) all of Hammonton; two brothers, Michael Corgliano (Linda) of Bellmawr and Louis Corgliano (Rita) of Washington Twp.; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Chalie and Dawn Berenato and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Corgliano will be profoundly missed by his six grandchildren, Bobby and Alana Corgliano, Mikie and Chelsea Pistone, and Julia and P.J. Cassario. He will also be missed by his best friend and dog, Gunnar, and all of his shooting buddies.
Viewings were held on Monday, May 20 and Tuesday, May 21 at the Marinella Funeral Home. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated May 21 at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish-St. Joseph Church, Hammonton. Interment followed at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 124 S. First Rd., Hammonton. Donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202 or Eastern Pennsylvania Hemophilia Foundation, Victoria Business Center 1489 Baltimore Pike Springfield, PA 19064. 
Arrangements made by Marinella Funeral Home.

Anne Marie (D’Arcangelo) Hyland, 78, of Cherry Hill died on Saturday, May 11, 2019, surrounded by family. 
She was raised in Cedar Brook, N.J., and graduated from St Joseph’s High School and participated in various activities, including her favorite, which was cheerleading.  She then attended St. Francis College in Loretto, Pa., and after graduation moved to Washington, DC, to attend the Georgetown Law Center.  After her first year, she decided that the law was not for her, and returned to Cedar Brook and embarked on a teaching career for the Winslow Twp. School District. She participated in the Anti-Poverty Program, teaching students in West Atco and was voted “Teacher of the Year.”  She earned credits for her Master’s Degree at Glassboro State Teacher’s College (Rowan University) and then taught at Heritage Middle School in Cherry Hill after her marriage in 1969 to attorney Richard S. Hyland.  She was devoted to her children and their education and was a fixture of their schools’ PTA events. After raising her children, she was employed by the US Census Bureau as an interviewer for its health survey.  Her sunny disposition and friendly manner put participants at ease even when asking for medical information, a talent recognized by the Bureau. She had a beautiful singing voice and performed with a jazz combo in college and later with her parish choir.  Her favorite singers were Ella Fitzgerald and Dinah Washington.  She enjoyed vacations at the family’s retreat in the Pine Barrens, and at the shore in Cape May.  She also loved to travel, and with family visited Ireland, Spain, the Caribbean, Japan and US National Parks out west. She looked forward to the get-togethers of the Hyland and D’Arcangelo clans and organized a few herself. 
She is predeceased by her parents, Anthony F. D’Arcangelo and his wife Jennie (Cataldi) and brother, Anthony F. D’Arcangelo Jr. She is survived by her devoted husband, the Hon. Richard S. Hyland J.S.C. (ret).  She is also survived by her children, Richard S. Hyland, Jr., Anthony B. Hyland and Stephanie A. Hyland; her sister, Helen Friedman; niece, Jennie Young; sister-in-law, Marcia Hyland; special cousins, Laura Rogers, Rose Robbins Pierznik and Marianne Venditti and many more cousins, nephews and nieces. 
A viewing was held on Friday, May 17 at the LeRoy P. Wooster Funeral Home & Crematory, Atco. A second viewing was held on Saturday, May 18 at Christ Our Light Catholic Church, Cherry Hill, followed by a Funeral Mass. Interment took place in Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Sacred Heart School, c/o Fr. Michael Doyle, Sacred Heart Parish, 1739 Ferry Avenue, Camden, NJ 08104 would be appreciated.
Arrangements made by LeRoy P. Wooster Funeral Home & Crematory.

Guiseppe “Joe” Balestra, 87, of Hammonton died peacefully on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at home surrounded by his loving family. 
Balestra was born in Paternopoli, Italy, and along with his family immigrated to Hammonton in March of 1972. He was employed by Hammonton Board of Education in the maintenance department and retired in June 1999. He was a self-taught carpenter and was always there for anyone who needed home improvements. He was a master wine maker who loved sharing his craft with his many friends. Balestra was an avid traveler and enjoyed visiting his family back in Italy and the wine country in California. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren who he admired greatly. 
He is predeceased by his parents, Angelo and Maria Balestra. He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Mafalda Balestra (nee Perillo); his two daughters, Maria Luisa Wilson and her husband Bob and Angela Cirillo and her husband Anthony (both of Hammonton). He was the dear brother of Attilio (Otto) Balestra, Antonio Balestra and Angelina D’Amato of Syracuse, N.Y. and Lidia Barbieri of Italy. He will be sadly missed by his grandchildren, Gianna and Michael Cirillo and Cassandra Wilson. 
Family and friends are invited to attend his viewing on Thursday, May 23, 2019 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. Third St., Hammonton. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel – St. Joseph Church, Third & French Sts., Hammonton. Entombment will follow at Greenmount Cemetery, 124 S. First Rd., Hammonton. Donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s of New Jersey ( Alzheimer’s New Jersey Attn: Development Dept. 425 Eagle Rock Avenue, #203 Roseland, NJ 07068. 
Arrangements made by Marinella Funeral Home.