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Funeral Information for New Jersey State Police Trooper Anthony Raspa are as follows:

Viewing at the church will be Wednesday June 3, at 2-8PM. Family private viewing is at 1:30PM at St. Matthias, 168 Kennedy Blvd, Somerset, NJ. The funeral services will continue to St. Peters Cemetary at 94 Somerset Street, New Brunswick. Church Services will be on June 4th at 11:00AM. The family has requested a burial with full honors to include wearing his uniform.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to "The Anthony Raspa Memorial Fund" and shoud be sent to : State Troopers Fraternal Association, C/O The Anthony Raspa Memorial Fund, 2634 Highway 70, Manasquan, N.J. 08736

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It is with great regret that the Manchester Township Police announces the untimely passing of veteran Officer Scott R. Thompson on Friday, April 10, 2015. Officer Thompson was exercising in the police headquarters gym
Friday morning when he collapsed and was later pronounced at Community Medical Center. Officer Thompson was 47 years old. Surviving are his wife, Tracy, and daughters Kelsey and Sydney.
 
FUNERAL DETAILS:
Viewing: Wednesday, 4/15: 3 pm-8 pm
Oliverie Funeral Home: 2925 Ridgeway Road Manchester, NJ 08759
Funeral/Mass: Thursday, 4/16: 10:30am
St. Lukes Church: 1674 Old Freehold Road Toms River, NJ 08755

To remember the sacrifice of our brothers, Ptl. John Norcross and Inv. John "Jack" McLaughlin, twenty years ago, Haddon Heights Borough in conjunction with the Haddon Heights Police Department, the Camden County Prosecutors Office, PBA Local 328 and PBA Local 316 will be rededicating the Memorial Clock. This event will be held Monday April 20th outside Borough Hall, 625 Station Avenue, Haddon Heights NJ. The 600 and 700 blocks of Station Avenue will be closed to traffic at 11:00 am, and the ceremony will start at 1:00 pm.

Light refreshments will be served, afterwards, in Borough Hall. All residents and law enforcement are invited to attend as a show of support for the Norcross and McLaughlin families.

Law enforcement is asked to start staging at noon. Patrol units will have some designated parking areas in the 600 and 700 blocks of Station Avenue. All other vehicles must park on side streets.

Call the Haddon Heights Police Department with any questions at 865-547-0614, ext-0.

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