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Florence Emma Mary Fagan Born 1929 in Philadelphia to Myrtle and Frederick Dell. Moved to Maple Shade in childhood. Graduated from Moorestown High School in 1946 and went to work in the office of Bell Telephone Co. in Camden. Married to Frederick J Fagan at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church until his death almost 60 years later. Survived by one daughter Theresa M Travers and husband, the late, Joseph A of Franklinville. Grandsons Michael J Travers  and wife Theresa L of Franklinville, Stephen F Travers of Baltimore, Granddaughter Laura M Travers and Wife Chanel of Sicklerville. Great Grandchildren Joseph D, Shannon E, and Lily M Travers. One Brother Frederick "Bill" Dell and wife Sandra and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. A sister Dolores E Schofield pre-deceased her. Florence had many varied interests in life, enjoying; biking, swimming, ice skating and dancing when able. She did needlework, dressmaking, home decorations, oil painting, and other art forms suck as ceramics. Floral arranging, gardening, herbal gardening for cooking or decorating, and playing piano, which patients at nursing home enjoyed. When later years curtailed many interests she enjoyed reading from the many books collected through the years (later distributed) mostly non-fiction such as biographies, religion, history, poetry, shakespeare, and the classics. She and her husband enjoyed traveling and when later years prevented long trips, enjoyed simple pleasures of nearby parks, rivers etc., but the home was always central and church and family most important. Florence taught CCD classes for 17 years an was a lector for 28 years before health problems. Her love of Mary Jesus' mother gave her an example she tried to follow.    
Services were held on Thursday, March 1 at Holy Name of Jesus Church at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, Mullica Hill, NJ.

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