FRANKLIN-KEMP-Obituary

FRANKLIN W. KEMP

Northfield, New Jersey

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June so sorry to hear of your loss you and your family are in my prayers, SOO sorry to not be there for you

Love Sheryl Hayes

Rest in peace Chief Kemp, the last alarm has sounded

Capt.Jack Johnson Ret.

RIP Chief Kemp !!!

I grew up knowing him. He was friends with my father, who worked with him in the AC Fire Department. I also went to school with his daughter, Charlotte. He was also an author. I enjoyed readng "A Nest of Rebel Pirates" about the British attack on Chestnut Neck (now Port Republic). He was a great man and will be remembered.

To the Kemp family so sorry for your loss

Dear Estella and the entire Kemp family:

Sincere condolences from every member of the Col. Richard Somers Chapter, New Jersey Society, Sons of the American Revolution. We have been honored by Franklin's many years of friendship and membership in our Chapter. His exhaustive research into the Revolutionary War, Battle of Chestnut Neck, culminating in the preeminent book on the battle, A Nest of Rebel Pirates, is the object of much pride in our Chapter.

We mourn his...

So many words come to mind, though none of them seem like enough. The world was such a better place while this man was in it. The last time I talked to you Uncle Franklin, I told you that you were always one of my heroes. You acted so surprised, giggled & thanked me. NO! Thank you! The Kemps & the McGrews didn't need blood to be family: they just were. June, oh June (we started it all), Aunt Stella, Char & Waynie: we have to take comfort in our memories & feel better that he's...

RIP> Chief, it was an honor working with you

Prayers and deepest sympathy are with you during this difficult time!
Chief Kemp has preserved history and memories for all to reflect.
May God Bless Him.

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FRANKLIN's Obituary

FRANKLIN KEMP passed away in Northfield, New Jersey. Funeral Home Services for FRANKLIN are being provided by Adams-Perfect Funeral Homes, Inc. - Northfield. The obituary was featured in The Press of Atlantic City on September 5, 2013.