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2315 Route 50
P.O Box 79
Tuckahoe, NJ 08250
Phone: 609-628-2222
Fax: 609-628-3225
Robert Camp

Robert "Buddy" Camp

Friday, January 26th, 1940 - Thursday, September 19th, 2019
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Camp Jr, Robert T. “Buddy”- 79 of Marmora, NJ passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, September 19th. Born in Wildwood, NJ Buddy eventually relocated to the Marmora section of Upper Township.

Buddy was a renowned equipment operator, particularly of cranes. He worked for Wm. Brennan Piling & Sons for many years and drove their #5 stock car. He later also worked for Walters Marine Construction. Buddy loved the outdoors and enjoyed many hobbies- playing billiards in his younger years at the Triton Bar, holding the record of most canoe race wins with Kenny Mason on the Tuckahoe River, fishing, skiing in the Poconos, going to “the races” in New Egypt, or just working in his garage or out in the yard. Most of all, Buddy enjoyed traveling and watching NASCAR with family and friends.

Buddy is predeceased by his wife of 40 years, Barbara A. Camp. He is also predeceased by his parents, Robert T. Camp Sr. and Elva Burket, brother Larry and step daughter Susan Mick.

Buddy is survived by his children, Robert T. III (Terry), Jacki, Bret (Doreen), step daughters Barbara Jean (Joseph) Bunting, and Jennifer (Peter) Cimino, 10 grandchildren, and 5 great grandchildren. He is also survived by sisters Barbara Jackson, Margaret Heintz, Rosemary Heintz, brother David and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Buddy will be sadly missed by his dear friend Priscilla Moore who so graciously cared for him. We will all miss his smile, laughter, and quirky sense of humor- Until we’re together again.

A funeral service for Buddy will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the Langley Loveland Funeral Home, 2315 Route 50, Tuckahoe, NJ. at 11am. Friends may call prior to service from 10am-11am. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Buddy’s honor to the American Cancer Society, 1851 Old Cathbert Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. Memories and condolences can be shared at
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Joyce Morgan

Posted at 07:58pm
Dear Jackie, and family, We fondly remember all the canoe races and gunning club dinners. Wishing you our deepest sympathy for your loss! Sincerely Larry and Joyce Morgan

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Darlene corson

Posted at 08:18am
Miss you buddy i still have those 2 dimes remember him coming to our house when I was a little kid to hang with my brothers Dave an John woolley an one day my mother caught him ramping her car he had all of these boards an made a ramp she was missed to funny rip buddy many memories

Carol Nickel

Posted at 08:42pm
Buddy was the brother I never had - in my life for close to 50 years - my brother in law for about 46 years. Throughout the years, we were each others confidantes at one time or another. I'm going to miss those phone calls asking if I'm available for lunch, then having him drive almost 3 hours, eat lunch, chat a bit, then he'd drive back home. He'd always text me when he got home safely. I'm going to miss that smile, his laugh, and the way he teased me from time to time. There will never be another like him. I know he was ready for a new adventure, but none of us was quite ready to say goodbye. I love you, Buddy, FLY HIGH!!!!


Posted at 06:44pm
love you uncle buddy but so grateful your not suffering ❤️❤️

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