Mildred Edith Liebel

A stray cat couldn’t be luckier than to happen upon her home in Willingboro: Mildred had a love for all God’s creatures. You never had to guess what was on her mind; Mildred told it like it was and tossed in a little colorful language to make her points. Some said she was strong minded, but really she was stubborn; in any case it’s what kept her independent. Well into her eighties she was a woman on the go. She also had a fondness for the past; she collected antiques and had collections from World Fairs and the Dionne Quintuplets.
Her grandmother arranged for the young Mildred Class to send letters to a nice young G.I. serving in Germany. The handsome Ben would look her up when he got back to the states. Their 66 year marriage was blessed by three children, Kathleen (Daniel) Fitzpatrick Alan (Denise Weaver) and Nancy (Anthony) Minichini and grandchildren, Caitlin and Sean Liebel, Luke and Christopher Fitzpatrick and Nicholas Minichini.
Come celebrate 86 great years Wednesday 10-noon at Sweeney Funeral Home, Beverly where there will be a noon service. Interment Lakeview Cemetery, Cinnaminson. Donations in lieu of flowers to the Popcorn Park Zoo ( will be appreciated.