GODFREY F. PATTERSON
|Camden Courier-Post - February 16, 1952|
|Woman Gas Victim Saved by Camden Rescue Squad
The hour-long effort of a fire department rescue squad Friday night saved a woman who tried to kill herself by gas.
Police said Mrs. Florence Marshall,
46, of 330 North Tenth
Street, locked herself in the bathroom and turned on a gas jet.
They added she was despondent because her daughter, Eva, 22, was planning to marry and leave
A son, William, 19, broke down
the bathroom door and dragged the mother from the room. Patrolmen John Voll
and Harrison Wilkinson were called and
It took the squad an hour to revive Mrs. Marshall by artificial respiration. She was taken to Cooper hospital and later to police headquarters, where she was released for a hearing Monday on a charge of attempted suicide.
Other members of Rescue Squad 1 are George Baxter, William Watkin, John Mogck, Edward Brendllnger, Arthur Ballinghoff, Christopher Moll, Edwin Decker, Carl Wirtz, Robert Olesiewicz, John Kolessar and Raymond Banford.
|Camden Courier-Post - May 22, 1962|
Donna Binder - Pyne
Poynt Junior High
Controlled burn of swamp land - 1964
North 36th Street - Farragut Avenue - Godfrey Patterson - George Baxter - Bob Bartosz
Camden Courier-Post * June 14, 1966
F. Hess - Mickle
Street - John
J. Giuliano - North
38th Street - Charles
Godfrey Patterson - Richard Brooks - North 34th Street - Roy Moffa - South 27th Street - Keith Kauffman
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