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Tina Louise Wells

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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TINA LOUISE (nee Brown), age 60, passed away Sept. 30, 2008. A lifelong resident of Haddon Heights NJ, she was 4th grade teacher in the Oaklyn School District for 32 years. Tina is survived by her devoted husband, Judge Richard Ford Wells; her beloved son Richie; her mother, Alice...

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For Tina Louise Brown Wells
9-17-48 ~ 9-30-08


Dread Cancer robbed your lovely hair,
And brought such pain to you, sweet one,
But through it all, you never complained,
And patiently fought till the battle was done.
Some might venture to say you have lost,
For you have left our earthly plane,
But up above in heavenly realms,
Your special spirit still remains.
And guided by your spirit of love
We will live on and celebrate

We will miss Tina so very much. She was always a kind and gracious person, and the perfect hostess. Our hearts go out to Rich, Richie, and Aunt Alice in their loss.

All our love and hugs,
Hamp and Saralyn

I am so sorry to hear of tina's death...Her family is in my thoughts and prayers....Angel Laurie's mom

Oh my dear how I will miss your strength, smile, love and laughter. You were a very special lady and I do mean lady. I consider it a true blessing that the Lord allowed me to know you.
When my time comes I look forward to seeing your smiling face again and spending eternity with you and the Lord. My heart will ache until that time, but oh what a joy it will be when I see you.
Thank you for all the wonderful memories you have left me. I love you more than words could say. I promise...


For Tina


Dread Cancer robbed your lovely hair,
And brought such pain to you, sweet one,
But through it all, you never complained,
And patiently fought till the battle was done.
Some might venture to say you have lost,
For you have left our earthly plane,
But up above in heavenly realms,
Your special spirit still remains.
And guided by your spirit of love
We will live on and celebrate
The characteristics that made you...