GERALD WILLIAM "JERRY" CAMP Sr.
CAMP, GERALD WILLIAM SR. "JERRY" 75 - of Palermo, passed away Friday, March 26, 2010 in the Ocean View Center, Ocean View. Born in Somers Point, he had lived in Palermo for 56 years. Mr. Camp was a self employed contractor in Upper Township for many years before his retirement. He attended Second Cape May Baptist Church in Palermo, was a member of NASCAR and drove for Atlantic City, Vineland, Atco, New Egypt and Bridgeport Speedways in New Jersey and Grandview Speedway in Pennsylvania and was a member of the Cooper Swamp Gunning Club. Surviving are his wife Jane (nee Bogie) Camp of Palermo, Three children: Jerry Camp, Jr. (Jackie) of Tennessee, Patty Wyers (John) of Marmora, Joe Camp (Debbie) of Tuckahoe. Also surviving are a sister: Pat Andrews (Dale) of Scenary Hill, PA, six grandchildren and Five great-grandchildren. His funeral service will be offered Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from Second Cape May Baptist Church, 600 South Shore Road, Palermo, NJ where friends may call from 9 O'clock until time of service. Burial will follow in Head of the River Cemetery, Estell Manor, NJ. The family suggests those who desire send memorial contributions to the Second Cape May Baptist Church Building Fund, 600 South Shore Road, Palermo, NJ 08223. To e-mail condolences visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com
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Published by The Press of Atlantic City from Mar. 28 to Mar. 29, 2010.
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Dear Aunt Jane and family, We just found out about Uncle Jerry!!
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you! Love you all-wish we were closer. Bill Brennen,Darlene and family
Bill & Darlene Brennen
April 6, 2010
So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers to you all.
Wendy Heintz
March 29, 2010
Dear Jane and family,
I remember being just a little girl with curlers in my hair, attempting to wash Pop's 9A, or attempting to change tires in the garage! Had to get "nine-a" ready for Jerry to race and win. Alot of great memories then! Pop and Jerry are now together talking racing, and what use to be.
Jane - you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Pam Huepfel-Gordy
Pam Gordy
March 29, 2010
Jerry & Jackie,

I am very sorry to hear of the loss of Jerry's father. I read it this morning from my computer here in Nova Scotia. I think of you often.
Mark Stullenburger
March 29, 2010
Dean Wolford i'm sorry to hear about your dad passing for 1 thing u have his race car driving ability and skill my prayers r with u
Gregg Clerico
March 28, 2010
So sorry to hear. My peace be with you and your family.
Jeff & Terri Wall
Jeffrey Wall
March 28, 2010
Loved Jerry in Howard Frye's old 9A. He was a great driver and all around nice guy. I still have a couple of his old trophies he gave me. My sympathy goes out to the entire Camp family.
Jon Clifton
March 28, 2010
When you think or say Pleasantville Speedway,Jerry Camp would be one of many that would pop into your mind.Before I got my own car,he was one of the guys I would route for.
I had blown the motor in my car and was out for a week,so I took movies at the 4th turn at P'ville,some good memories of Jerry on that film.It can be seen at the ACSpeedway website.
R.I.P. Jerry I'll be catching up to you soon. Ray Miles #27
March 28, 2010