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Obituary


Robert D. “Bob’ Landolfi

Robert D. “Bob’ Landolfi, 65, of Hammonton, N.J. passed away suddenly and peacefully October 29, 2023 in his home. Born in Woodbury, N.J., he was a graduate of St. Joseph High School where he played football, and has resided in Hammonton, N.J. his entire life. He was a member of the West Jersey and N.J. State Funeral Director Associations and former member of the National Funeral Director Association. He graduated from Mercer County Community College with a degree in Mortuary Science. Bob was a N.J. Licensed Funeral Director for over 40 years. He managed the Landolfi Funeral Home on Bellevue Avenue in Hammonton with his father from 1979 until his father’s passing in 2015. At that point, Bob owned and operated Landolfi Funeral Home to this day. Bob was best known for his compassion and empathy he showed toward his client families.


He was a former member of the Hammonton Rotary Club. His true passion was sports and he loved teaching. It was through his passion for sports where he spent several years as a volunteer, coaching youth soccer, baseball and, his most beloved, football. He was an avid Los Angeles Rams fan since 1969 after watching the Fearsome Foursome. He took great pride in coaching the Hammonton Hawks PeeWee football team for more than 15 years. He loved weight training, and was an avid cyclist from 1987 to this day. Bob would celebrate milestone birthdays by riding his bike from Hammonton to Cape May, most recently for his 65th and would ride in the annual American Cancer Society Bike A Thon.


He is predeceased by his father, Robert. He is survived by his mother, Frances Landolfi, nee Bochenski; Wife Lora, nee Dunleavy; Son Ryan R. (Alaina) and Daughter Jana (Ryan P.); 2 grandchildren; Brother Mark and sister, Donna; numerous cousins, in-laws, nieces and nephews.


Relatives and friends celebrated a Mass of Christian Burial on November 7 at the St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish St. Joseph Church. Interment followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Hammonton. In lieu of flowers and to further honor Bob’s legacy of volunteerism in the community, the family request donations be made to the Hammonton Hawks Youth Football and Cheer Organization at 75 N. Liberty Street, Hammonton, N.J. 08037


Arrangements made by Landolfi Funeral Home.

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