Tag: Lois Avenue

  • Joseph Oscar Till, Jr.

    Joseph Oscar Till Jr. was born on January 12, 1876, in Pennsylvania, to Joseph Oscar and Catherine “Kate” Till. Joseph Sr., a Civil War veteran, resettled in Philadelphia after the war, where he worked as a huckster before operating a cigar store at 872 Moyer Street. By 1880, the family had grown to include sons…

  • 3 Kings bring glee to children

    3 Kings bring glee to children

    Camden Courier Post – January 7, 2000 By ANGELA RUCKER, Courier-Post Staff CAMDEN — Six-year-old Danny Dombkowski paused briefly — very briefly — after scooting out of the McGuire Gardens Community Center with his arms wrapped around a box filled with toy cars and other contraptions. It was a little like Christmas all over again…

  • Pension Granted to Fire Captain Hurt at Blaze

    Pension Granted to Fire Captain Hurt at Blaze

    Camden Courier-Post – May 22, 1953 A Camden fire department captain has received a disability pension as a result of injuries received while fighting an East Camden blaze last year. Capt. George Fuscellaro, 37, of 1041 Lois Ave., was approved for pension, at full salary, by the retirement committee of the police and Firemen Pension…