Nancy Sarbello-Leonard

Nancy Sarbello-Leonard

Nancy was a social butterfly who made the most out of her life. Already having two kids, a young Nancy headed off to Glassboro State College to get her teaching degree; at the time she also worked at the Woodbury Times. She then went on to spend a “brief” 37 years at Kingsway Regional and loved every minute of it.
During her time at Kingsway, she was a cheerleading coach, chaperoned all the dances, and took the Middle School kids on a yearly three-day trip to the Poconos. Nancy missed the staff and students after retiring and headed back as a substitute. Truth be told, she only retired to save the positions of younger teachers.
She’d later meet a handsome guy, the late Ed, at the Dutch Inn. No one could ever figure out who was the better dancer, but they made quite a team.
Besides substituting, retirement found her heading off to Delaware Park to bet the ponies and battle the one-armed bandits.
She was predeceased by her late husband Ed and her beloved son Joseph. She is survived by her daughter Terry Fulmer (Keith), her daughter-in-law (best daughter-in-law) Donna Sarbello, her grandchildren, Charlotte Campbell (Brian), Tiffany Zacharko (Mark), Joseph Sarbello III (Christina), her great grandchildren, Liam Sarbello, Lucas Campbell, Payton Campbell, Brynnley Campbell, Graycelynn Campbell, and her auxiliary kids, Ave and Russell Altersitz. All of them knew her feelings about her family as she would always say, “Love ya, Love ya, more than me.”
Come celebrate 81 great years Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be a 1:30 p.m. service.


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