Hope Desales Caines
Inglesby & Sons Funeral Home
2426 Cove Rd
Pennsauken, NJ
Hope DeSales Caines (DeSales) of Maple Shade, New Jersey, passed away peacefully surrounded by family, at Cooper Hospital on October 23, 2021. She was 90 years old.
DeSales was born in Camden, NJ on April 4,1931 and grew up in Pennsauken, NJ and graduated from Merchantville High School, in Merchantville, NJ. In 1949 she met Robert B. Caines and they married on July 8, 1950 and went on to have two children. DeSales worked part-time for Sears and Roebuck Co. until her children graduated from High School then proceeded to work for the Pennsauken School District as an Administrative Secretary and continued there until she retired.
DeSales' favorite pastime was rescuing and caring for several cats over the years.
She is predeceased by her husband Robert B. Caines, Sr. and her grandson Robby Caines. She is survived by her son Robert B. Caines Jr. (Patricia) and her daughter DeSales A. Bryson (nee Caines) (Edward). Also survived by her grandchildren Shannon Caines Morris, Sean M. Caines, Colin A.Caines (Devon), James R. Bryson and Daniel E. Bryson (Laura). She has 13 great-grandchildren Jillian, Brandon, Jacob, Adelaide, Kyle, Ellia, Keira, Grant, Miles, Evelyn, Conor, Bennett, and Holden.
As per her wishes there will be no funeral or memorial services. A private scattering of her and her husband's ashes will take place by the family in 2022.
If you would like to make a donation in her honor, donations can be made to your local animal rescue center.
Published by Inglesby & Sons Funeral Home from Nov. 4, 2021 to Jan. 4, 2022.
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god speed De, we had wonderful friendship that i miss every day.
barbara guidotti
November 27, 2021
I met Dee in 2003, when we worked together to save two dozen outside cats in a dangerous situation. She became a friend, a inspiration of kindness, that helped me through some very dark moments. We regrettably lost touch the last few years. Dee, the furbabies you left behind are safe with your friends at Pennsauken Animal Hospital, I hope you know this! You will be deeply missed.
Jennifer Ann
November 5, 2021
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