ForeverMissed
Harry L. Fertig, 67, longtime resident of the Janvier section of Franklin Twp., passed on January 25, 2021 at Elmer Hospital.

Predeceased by wife, Debra, sons Brian and William, grandson William, Jr., his parents Ann and Harry, brothers William and Richard, and step-sister Diane. He is survived by his grandchildren, Destiny and Brian, Synthia, great grandchildren Ella-Lyn, Harrison, Raelyn, siblings Betty Ann (Erve) and Robert (Denise) and step-sister Donna. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Harry was born in Philadelphia and spent most of his life in Franklinville. He was a past member of Janvier Vol. Fire Co. and was previously employed with the State of NJ Forest Fire Service. In his younger years, Harry enjoyed auto mechanics, camping and fishing. He was a graduate of Delsea Regional High School.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Harry's memory to a charity that helps those addicted to drugs or alcohol.

Fertig Funeral Home, LLC


Posted by Tina Jozefyk (Moore) on January 31, 2021
Rest easy my friend,until we meet again...
Though I haven't known you very long, Im glad to have got the chance to listen to your fond memories about your family and things you enjoyed doing. Such a caring and genuine man that would lend an ear to just listen and give advice if he saw fit.
I know that sparkle has returned to your eyes as you're reunited with your loved ones that were waiting up in the heavens for you,as you missed them terribly. 
My condolences to the family

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Posted by Tina Jozefyk (Moore) on January 31, 2021
Rest easy my friend,until we meet again...
Though I haven't known you very long, Im glad to have got the chance to listen to your fond memories about your family and things you enjoyed doing. Such a caring and genuine man that would lend an ear to just listen and give advice if he saw fit.
I know that sparkle has returned to your eyes as you're reunited with your loved ones that were waiting up in the heavens for you,as you missed them terribly. 
My condolences to the family
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Shared by Betty Ann Neher on January 29, 2021
I've been thinking back to when we were kids, remembering how Billy, you & myself would build roads & tunnels for the toy cars on the hill of dirt in the backyard or we would play King of the Mountain. I always played trucks & cars, cops & robbers or baseball because I was outnumbered by boys. You were the one who taught me to climb a tree. I remember us building snow forts & having snowball fights. I remember the time I followed you & Billy back to the swamp then fell in. You were the one who taught me to drive a stick shift in the Rambler Classic you had. We used to go ice skating at Iona Lake or the arena in Cherry Hill. The first & only time you & Debbie went snow skiing with me you stabbed the back of your leg with the pole. I still don't know how you did that. I remember how we used to get Billy to laughing so hard he'd start coughing. I remember when you held Stephanie for the first time how much love was in your eyes. Then when your own son Billy was born...  So many good memories growing up with you as my brother. You had a good, kind & loving heart. I wish everyone could have known you like I do before addiction took over. I believe that God can meet with a person in an instant before their last breath therefore my brother, I am holding on to the promise that comes through Jesus.
Love you forever❤❤❤
If anyone who is reading this doesn't have a relationship with Jesus, I urge you to say this prayer.
Jesus I believe that you are the son of God. I'm asking you to forgive me from my sins. Come into my heart, cleanse me & help me live for you. In Jesus name, Amen
John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only son so whoever believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.    


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Shared by Destiny Fertig on January 28, 2021
There are so many memories with you growing up that I have been replaying in my head over and over again. I remember sleeping over every weekend and going to the fire house with you. I remember playing on the fire trucks like they were jungle gyms . I remember you letting me sit on your lap and steer the fire chief cruiser in the field across the street from the house . I remember how you used to never have a shirt on and your big ol belly would be hanging out while you watched nascar and drank Diet Pepsi. I remember how one time you asked me what I wanted my name to be and I said Cinderella so for the next two months you only called me Cinderella lol. I remember you sleeping out in the other room so that I could sleep with mommom. I remember you always used to come home with a surprise for me .I remember the countless camping trips and you introducing me to scrapple .  I remember the happy poppop. And that’s how I’ll always remember you . For the good times no matter how long ago ,still out weighs the bad times .  No matter what has happened , I was always a phone call away . I love you more then you will ever know . And I am beyond greatful that I was able to talk to you last Friday and that I got to tell you I love you one last time .I’ll keep you close to my heart forever ❤️Rest In Peace ❤️