Roy
Rocco
Moffa


On March 1, 2008 I got an e-mail from one of Roy R. Moffa's children. Somehow the e-mail was deleted.
PLEASE write back to me. 
I cannot find your message or e-mail address on my system.

Phil Cohen phil552@comcast.net


Captain Roy Moffa of Engine Company 2 following a four-alarm fire at a commercial paint factory in Cramer Hill, Fall 1967

ROY ROCCO MOFFA was born January 1, 1919 at 305 Stevens Street, Camden, NJ, the youngest of eleven children to Mary (nee D'Andrea) and Joseph Moffa. He was an army veteran of WWII, serving in the South Pacific from 1941-1945 as a Gunnery Sergeant. After serving 36 years with the Camden Fire Department, he retired with the rank of Captain, having received 3 unit awards and a citation for bravery. 

Among his assignments, Roy Moffa served as a captain with Engine Company 2.

Married to the former Linda Cipollone, he was the father of four daughters, Elena, Judy, Lisa, and Linda, and a son Roy Joseph Moffa. He was a devout Christian and a member of  Calvary Bible Church in Deptford, NJ.

Roy Rocco Moffa succumbed to the effects of Alzheimers Disease at Laureldale, Pennsylvania on September 2, 2003. He was survived by his wife, children 17 grand-children and 8 great-grandchildren.


An Actual Fire Service Rescue Story


City of Camden, NJ

Text and Photos courtesy of Dennis Dowhy


1980s - Camden Firemen outside of City Hall, collecting for the Variety Club.

L to R: Ron Boyle, Bill Kammen , Frank McGuckin, Bill DiPompo , Sonny Frett, Bill Kammen Jr., Bud Rotchford, Captain Roy Moffa 


FIRE WATCH MAGAZINE
SUMMER 1997
Camden Fire Department - Local 788
International Association of Fire Fighters

The above photo was taken when Engine 2 and the 1st Battalion serviced a standby assignment for an aircraft landing. The aircraft brought Governor Brendan Byrne to the city to inspect progress on the Cooper Medical Center's Expansion Project. Mayor Errichetti was on hand to greet the Governor, and both executives were delighted to pose with two of our members for this publication's photo­grapher. Shown above are I to r; B. C. Kenneth Penn, 1st Battalion, Mayor Angelo Errichetti, Governor Brendan Byrne, and Capt. Roy Moffa, E.2.


 


Camden Courier-Post * October 23, 2007

MOFFA, ROY ROCCO
Age 84 years old, entered into glory on Tuesday, September 2, 2003 at Manor Care, Laureldale, PA where he has resided since Dec. 2001.
Beloved husband of Linda (nee Cipollone), he was the father of Elena Godal of Reading, PA, Judy Roesler of Tabernacle, NJ, Roy Joseph Moffa of Havertown, PA, Lisa Scanish of Parkesburg, PA and Linda Ross of Gilbert, AZ. Grandfather of 17 and great grandfather of 8.
He was born January 1, 1919 at 305 Stevens Street, Camden, NJ, the youngest of eleven children to Mary (nee D'Andrea) and Joseph Moffa. He was an army veteran of WWII, serving in the South Pacific from 1941-1945 as a Gunnery Sergeant. After serving 36 years with the Camden Fire Department, he retired with the rank of Captain, having received 3 unit awards and a citation for bravery. A devoted Christian, he was a member of Calvary Bible Church in Deptford, NJ.
Friends may greet the family from 11am-12noon Saturday Sept. 13 at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Rt 73 & Evesham Rd., Marlton, where a Memorial Service will be held at 12 noon. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Mr. Moffa's memory to the Alzheimer's Assoc., 11000 Lincoln Dr. West, Suite 7, Marlton NJ 08053.
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