William Nardin

Died: Sun., Nov. 16, 2014


Visitation

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Sat., Dec. 06, 2014
Location: Wood Funeral Home


Memorial Service

2:00 PM Sat., Dec. 06, 2014
Location: Wood Funeral Home


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NARDIN, WILLIAM T. III, 61, of New Gretna, N.J., passed away Sunday, November 16, 2014, at home.  He was born in Mount Holly, N.J., residing in Mt. Laurel prior to moving to New Gretna, N.J.  He was a yacht mechanic for 23 years.  He always worked on cars and was one of the best motorcycle mechanics around.  His friends always came to him for any help with their motorcycles, which said a lot about his talent.  He will be greatly missed.

William is survived by his wife Karen Christopher, son William T. Nardin IV and grandson James Nardin, of Absecon, N.J., sister Elizabeth Donahue and husband John, of Paulsboro, N.J., sister Debbie Fisher and husband David, of Pennsauken, N.J., brother Jeff Nardin and wife Celeste of Maple Shade, N.J., niece Theresa Nardin, nephew Eric Lang, wife Lisa, great-nephew Mikeal Lang, great-niece Kylie Lang, and his Aunt Ree (Marie) Gimmi.  Rest in peace my love…

Family and Friends may gather Saturday, December 6, from 12-2 P.M. with a Memorial Service at 2 P.M., at WOOD FUNERAL HOME, 134 EAST MAIN ST., TUCKERTON, N.J.

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Elizabeth Nardin Crane
   Posted Wed November 19, 2014
I remember the day the stork flew past our house and left you on the doorstep (actually, I remember Daddy bringing this tiny bundle into the house and telling me this was my brother -- and I wondered what a brother was -- was it something to play with like the dog?). I remember you sitting in your high chair -- you were crying so to quiet you down I put an entire blueberry pie on the high chair tray. I remember you wearing footy pajamas and a little red housecoat (that I called a 'coathouse'). I remember you and me catching lightning bugs and keeping them in a jar. I remember you were so shy you'd hide behind the couch when company arrived. I remember when Doll took you, me and Debbie trick-or-treating. Not only were we wearing costumes, but Doll had dressed the dog up, too (and he was wearing sunglasses so no one would recognize him). I remember your big dark-blue eyes and dimples. I remember how we'd play baseball with Daddy and climb trees with Burky. It was wonderful having you as my brother.

Karen Fisher
   Posted Sat December 06, 2014
Deb: Jack and I send our condolences to you and your family. Karen

Janice Boyer
   Posted Thu December 01, 2016
I was so sorry and very surprised to hear of Bills passing. He was a good and decent man. I am only sorry that he and his son were unable to reconcile before his passing. It is a loss for all involved. Rest In Peace.


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