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John Wesley Smith III

Born: Tue., May 8, 1956
Died: Sun., Feb. 3, 2019


9:30 AM to 11:00 AM, Sat., Feb. 09, 2019
Location: Calvary Church

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Sat., Feb. 09, 2019
Location: Calvary Church

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John Wesley Smith III of Delran, Age 62 years passed away suddenly February 3, 2019 at Cooper Medical Center, Camden. He was a native of Burlington Township, a graduate of Burlington City High School and resident of Delran for 25 years.

   John was a retired Postal Clerk for the US Postal Service, Bellmawr after 41 years..

   He was a member of the Calvary Church, Delran where he taught Sunday School , was in the Worship Band and also played the Trombone.

  John loved reading, music, history, grilling and floating in his pool.

  Beloved husband of Valerie J .(Hansen) Smith, Dear Father of  Laurel R Smith, Celeste M. Willis & husband Tony, Timothy J. Smith and Richard Rendfrey ,devoted grandfather of  Aurora Willis, and brother of Karen Jamison & husband Lenny and Bonnie Tumminia & husband Bob and Uncle of Heather Hennigan.

      Relatives and friends of John’s family are invited to his viewing and visitation 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM Saturday morning at the Calvary Church,317 Conrow Road, Delran where his funeral service will be held at 11:00AM .

     Interment will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Route 130,Burlington.

    In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Calvary Church, 317 Conrow Road, Delran, NJ. 08075


The Lankenau Funeral Home, 303-05 Bridgeboro St., Riverside,

Stephen Lankenau,Director

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Gerard Makowski
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
My most sincere condolences to all of John's family. He will be fondly remembered especially the times we shared at BCHS. Peace, Gerry