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In Memory

Kenneth Scheller - Class Of 1956

                                                          Rest in Peace, Ken                                   Kenneth E. Scheller

Kenneth E. Scheller | 1936 - 2021 | Obituary


August 23, 1936 - January 01, 2021

Kenneth Erwin Scheller, 84, of Gibbstown, NJ, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 1, 2021 

Born in Clementon, NJ, he was the son of the late Erwin Scheller and Edina Firth Scheller. He graduated from Pine Hill School and was a Chemical Leaman Tank Lines driver for 36 years. He was so proud to be recognized for more than two million miles driven accident free.  

Ken was a devoted father and friend who cared deeply about his community of Gibbstown, where he was a lifetime member of St. Michael’s Mutual Club where he was committed to giving back through participation with that organization. His best days were spent fishing on the boat, planting flowers, sitting on the beach, swimming, riding his bicycle, and traveling with his companion Annetta Verner.

He is survived by his children: Lori Romana, Jennifer Magazu, and Joseph Magazu (wife Amy); His grandchildren: Raquel Romana, Ricardo Romana, Luciana Margaret Magazu, and Conner Stressman (great grandson). Also survived by his three siblings: Jacqueline Markhart, Phyllis Kolb, and Ronald Scheller (wife Joyce). 

A Memorial celebrating his life will be held Thursday, Jan 7th at 11am at St. Clare of Assisi Parish (St. Michael’s Church) 313 Memorial Ave, Gibbstown, NJ 08027. FOR THOSE THAT CAN NOT ATTEND YOU MAY JOIN THE SERIVCE VIA LIVE STREAM BY GOING TO stclarenj.org at 11AM. AS A GENTLE REMINDER: Masks are required in Church at all times, gathering is not permitted and social distancing is required. Thank You for your understanding.

Memorial donations may be sent to St. Michael's Mutual Club, c/o Joseph Magazu, PO box 75, Gibbstown NJ 08027, to purchase children's bicycles to be given away at the annual Celebration or The American Parkinson's Disease Assoc apdaparkinson.org Arrangements by LANDOLFI FUNERAL HOME of Paulsboro. To share condolences visit www.landolfifuneralhome.com