Feb 02, 2014 | 1036 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A funeral service took place Feb. 1 at Saint Simeon’s by-the-Sea Church, North Wildwood, for Dianetta D. Blocker, 83, of Wildwood. She passed away Jan. 26. She was born in Wadley, Ga. to the late Charles and Anna Washington Blocker. She retired as a teacher from the Jersey City Board of Education after 33 years of teaching. After retirement, she worked at various hotels and laundromats. She was a member of the College Women Inc. in Jersey City, the NEA, EA, and JCEA, the United Episcopal Women, and the NAACP. She was active as a Girl Scout Leader and Brownie Troop and served on the Vestry at the Church of Incarnation. She served in the soup kitchen at Saint Simeon’s by the Sea and also made cakes for the cake sales there.

Ms. Blocker is survived by her sisters, Beatrice Freeman of Atlanta, Ga., Florence Washington of Wadley, Ga., and Gwendolyn Grace Evans of Brooklyn; her godchildren, Terri Brewer, Donald D. Howard, Jr., Deneidra Mills, Dianetta Bryant, Norris Sapp, and Deirdre Carrington; other nieces, nephews and cousins; as well as her friend and caregiver, Evelyn McClurkin; her best friend, Mary M. Howard; and her friend Wilhelmenia Brant. Services arranged by the Radzieta Funeral Home, 9 Cape May Court House.

Comments-icon Post a Comment
No Comments Yet