Lynn Sholders


She liked people: If you popped into Lynn’s home, she’d throw you a spur of the moment party. Her grill was always gassed up and ready to go. And her’s was the go to house for the holidays. Relaxing times found her sitting on her deck, a good book in hand or perhaps on the phone with her sister, Pat, solving the world’s problems free of charge. In years past she did a little skiing in the Poconos and Vermont and she enjoyed many a day trip on her husband’s boat. Lynn was the unofficial town watch in Clarksboro: not a car went by that she didn’t take note.

In her sophomore year at Swedesboro High, the young Lynn Slusar would meet a guy named Bill. They graduated from the newly built Kingsway High School and married shortly after. They were blessed with a daughter, the late Cheryl Ann. She is survived by her brother, Thomas Slusar Jr. and a sister, Patricia Iacovelli.

Come celebrate 71 great years Monday 10-noon at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro, where there will be a noon service. Interment Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro. Donations to the American Cancer Society ( will be appreciated.

2 thoughts on “Lynn Sholders

  1. Deb (Casella) Price

    She was an adopted aunt to me. Spend a lot of time there in my childhood years. Always something fun going on at Aunt Lynn and Uncle Bill’s house. We never knew what we were in for, trips down the shore to buy live crabs to bring home and chase around their kitchen floor before they went in for cooking! Sometimes we went just for a visit and would end up spending the night, always fun.
    Had a great group of friends that spent a lot of time together. Aunt Lynn was always smiling. She will be missed greatly by a lot of people.

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