Arline Denelsbeck

Obituary of Arline E. Denelsbeck

Arline Estelle Denelsbeck 28 Sept 1937 - 23 May 2020 Arline Estelle Denelsbeck of Carneys point, NJ. passed away peacefully at the age of 82 on 23 May 2020. She is preceded in death by husband Paul M. Denelsbeck Sr., parents William and Alice Snyder, sister Judith Gieseke and brother John R. Snyder Sr. She is survived by her 3 children Tara McCoy (John), of Lexington, KY., Paul M. Denelsbeck Jr. (June) of Elsinboro, NJ., and Randy P. Denelsbeck (Karen) of Jefferson, MD. She has 6 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Arline was the daughter of William and Alice Snyder and grew up in Cedar Crest Manor, NJ. She attended school at Penns Grove Regional High School where she played field hockey, was also involved with Jr. Red Cross, Future Nurses Club, was a Majorette in the band and loved to tinker with cars. After school, she worked at E.I. Dupont in Wilmington, DE. as an IBM Key Punch Operator for 3 years before marrying her high school sweetheart Paul M. Denelsbeck Sr on 23 May 1959 and enjoyed 29 years of marriage. They moved to Pennsville, N.J. where they raised 3 children. Arline enjoyed volunteer work with the Democratic party in Salem County N.J and worked at the township of Pennsville in the Tax Assessors Office and was the Registrar of Vital Statistics. She later worked at the Pennsville Walmart in the toy and pharmacy departments. She never lost her love of cars and kept many pictures of her blue 1957 T-bird convertible and enjoyed sunny day drives in their 1967 pink mustang convertible with husband Paul M. Denelsbeck Sr who worked at E.I. Dupont for 31 Years. In 2004 she moved to Easley, SC and worked part time at Taste of Distinction caterer, delivering lunch buffets to local medical offices. Arline enjoyed travel, camping, dancing, visiting the casinos in Vegas, Atlantic City NJ., Cherokee NC, and Delaware Park. In 2016 she returned to NJ where she resided at Marion Gardens in Carneys Point. Arrangements and cremation service provided by Laughrey Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alzheimer's research association ( and/or Lighthouse Hospice ( 200 Lake Drive East, Suite 205 Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 in memory of Arline E. Denelsbeck.
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