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Category: Obituaries - Obituaries
Posted: 01/12/2017


BEHR, MARSHALL E., JR ("Ted"), of Tuckahoe, NJ passed away Tuesday, January 10, 2017 in Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, Pomona, NJ.Born in Pickens, SC to the late Marshall E. and Virginia (nee Dale) Behr.Ted was a graduate of Wildwood High School class of 1961, earned his BA in 1965 and MA in 1970 from Glassboro State College.He was a School Teacher and Supervisor of Curriculum and Special Programs for Linwood Public School District and Chief School Administrator of Weymouth Township School District before his retirement in 2000.Ted was very active in his community, he was a member of American Legion Post # 295 in Northfield and Post #239 in Tuckahoe. He had held many positions at the post and county levels before becoming State Commander serving in 2003 - 2004 and a member of Star Lodge # 65 F. & A. M, Tuckahoe, NJ. He served as both President and Member of the Board of Trustees for the Head of the River Church and Tuckahoe Methodist Church, Veterans Advisory Council of the Vineland Veterans Home, served on the Upper Township Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Board for many years and was a Certified Master Gardner with Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County.He is survived by spouse Karen Behr, daughter Megan Behr and her husband, Jason Grundman, and significant other Ruby Cramer and her sons Ryan Cramer and Reed Cramer.Friends may call at The Godfrey Funeral Home of Palermo, 644 South Shore Road, Palermo, NJ on Saturday evening, January 14, from 4 until 7 Oclock with a Masonic Funeral Service being offered at 6 Oclock and Sunday afternoon, January 15, from 12 Oclock until 1:30, directly followed by the American Legion and Memorial services.Ted was very interested in preserving military history. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to continue his legacy, can be sent to the Naval Air Station Aviation Museum, 500 Forrestal Road, Rio Grande, NJ 08242 or Veterans United Military Memorial Museum, Inc., 7 South Greenbush Road, Tuckerton, NJ 08087.

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