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Don S. Wildman

June 15, 1958 - February 21, 2017

Burial Date February 28, 2017

There will be a memorial service on Tuesday, February 28th, at Elmer United Methodist Church at 6:00pm, with a reception to follow at the home of Mr. Wildman .

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Don S. Wildman, 58, resident of Pittsgrove Township, passed away on February 21, 2017 of natural causes. He was born June 15, 1958 in Mt. Holly, New Jersey, to Donald & Jeanne (McGeoch) Wildman, and raised in Franklinville. He graduated from Delsea Regional High School in 1976. He was married on February 18, 1984 to Robin Schwerd and settled down in Pittsgrove, where he has lived the last 28 years.

Don was a senior designer at Concord Engineering and retired pipefitter/draftsman for Local 322. He regularly attended services at Elmer United Methodist Church and enjoyed landscaping, woodworking, reading, and spending time with family.

Don is survived by his children, Catharine & Jason Parsons, Allison & Steve Dellosso, Matthew Wildman, Anne Wildman, and Jenette Wildman; his grandchildren, Chase & Ethan Miller, Evan Parsons, and Cecelia Dellosso; his brother, Thomas Wildman, and sisters, Lori Nonnemacher and Katherine Fuller, and is predeceased by his wife, Robin Wildman.


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