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Albert "Al" J. Sorden

Saturday, October 26th, 1946 - Saturday, May 30th, 2020
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Albert "Al" J. Sorden passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 30, 2020, at his residence in Delran, NJ, after an 8-month battle with metastatic cancer. Albert was born in Philadelphia in 1946. Previously living in Shamong Township (NJ) and was a current resident of Delran for the past 26 years. Beloved husband of 26 years to Kathleen (Kathy) L. Sorden. Loving father of Albert (Cheryl) Sorden, Steven (Amy) Sorden, Brett (Alyson) Dublick, and Sunny Dublick. Grandfather of Haley, Leia, Cole, Collin, Kimberly, Tyler and Jackson. Predeceased by mother, Elizabeth, and father, Albert, of Philadelphia. Survived by sisters Kathleen (Fred) Mauro of Lindenwold, NJ, and Donna (Gary) Morris of Philadelphia. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, and friends. Al worked for over 28 years as a truck driver for Edward Don and Company, a distributor of food service equipment and retired in April 2005. He enjoyed spending time working in his backyard doing composting, planting, raking and loved to recycle. He also enjoyed metal detecting and his greatest find was a fake Rolex on the Atlantic City beach. He loved spending time with his large extended family and friends, especially his grandson, Collin. Enjoyed many vacations with his wife Kathy, including Jamaica, the Bahamas, Charleston, SC, Ocean City, NJ, and specially getting lost in the Poconos. Due to the current circumstances of Covid-19, a celebration of life for Al will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Moorestown Visiting Nurses Association, 300 Harper Drive, Moorestown, NJ 08057 (www.MoorestownVNA.org/donate) who took wonderful care of Al during his last month on hospice. Memories of AL can be shared by using the Memory Wall tab.


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Patti Blosfelds

Posted at 06:30am
Al just loved his yard! Whether it was cutting his grass or leaf blowing or working on his beloved mulch/compost, I always knew I would see him outside! We often spoke at the fence about his kids or his next project and my dog loved when we chatted because she knew she would get her head scratched! Al was a fabulous neighbor and you could count on him in a pinch if you ever needed help with anything - big or small. Heaven certainly gained an angel and definitely a worker bee!
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Kimberly Douglas

Posted at 11:20pm
My uncle,my godfather,my champion,my hero the man who never judged me for my mistakes only gave me his hand to help me up. The memories that I will carry in my heart are so many loving and happy ones. I cherish the love and support you gave me and my children and grandchildren will always warm my heart. I will love you til the end of time. Xoxo

Kimmy
Ps watch over Timmy he needs an angel to point him in the right direction sometimes lol
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Melissa Maresca

Posted at 12:06pm
Although I have a lifetime of wonderful memories with my Uncle Albert, I will miss hearing him say "back atcha Babe or back atcha Dear" when I say I love you.....
 
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Amy Sorden Posted at 12:54pm

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