Sally Huntley - SJHS Class of '68 

Obituary - July 2014 Beloved wife of Diane Snipas. Sister of Charlene Werner and sister-in-law of Joseph (Donna) Snipas. Survived by nieces Monica DiTullio, Nicole Werner-Pidgeon, Renee Werner and many loving relatives and friends. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend a Celebration of Life on July 26 between noon and 4pm at Seasons 52 Grill at 2000 Route 38 Cherry Hill, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested for Queen of Hearts Foundation PO Box 835 Hammonton, NJ 08037.

Occupation: Retired Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT), Certified Cardiopulmonary Technologist (CCPT), & Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT); former co-owner of a medical homecare business; currently a substitute teacher in Pennsauken School District (grades Pre-K thru12); volunteer for local schools as a teacher's aide and tutor; also neighborhood pet sitter and babysitter ... otherwise, I am a bum...

Family:  Partner, Diane M. Snipas (25th anniversary in April 2004); have helped rear nieces and nephew, and now grandnieces and grandnephew.  We have 2 nieces in Nursing, 1 niece in Teaching (and going for her Master's Degree); 1 still in college; 1 niece in San Francisco works for a Computer Program company and 1 nephew who attended chef's school.  We have a 2-year-old grandnephew, who is awesome and 2 grand-nieces ages 10 and 6 who are precious.

September 2003


Sarah "Sally" Huntley - updated June 2005
Pennsauken, NJ

Accomplishments: Making it safely to a mature age. Being with my partner, Diane, for the past 24 (now 26) years and finally being able to legally register as Domestic Partners in the State of New Jersey. Helping 3 wonderful nieces grow into responsible adults and 2 "adopted" nieces and an "adopted" nephew also become responsible adults. Having had a successful and fruitful career as a respiratory therapist and cardiopulmonary technologist in both the clinical and research settings.  H
ave greatly enjoyed working with patients in clinical, research and homecare areas.  I also love the look of students when they finally "get" something I am teaching them.  I am still working on World Peace ...

Memories: BEST: Band with Mr. Hatfield, basketball with Mrs. Coyle and my teammates, being the Bison with Susan, freshman English with Miss Szumska and Bill Cippolone and his dead dog excuse, German III with Mr. Lux and hiding in the closet (thank goodness that ended) with Susan, Trig with Sr. Amadea and the car honker each day. 
Sock hops sophomore year (when the football team WON games).  The band, girl's basketball & Mrs. Coyle.  Mostly the great friends I made there with whom I STILL enjoy spending time.
WORST: Religion IV class with Fr. Leonard

Future: Enjoying each day as it comes and traveling, especially abroad
(loved England).  We plan to visit Germany and Amsterdam next Fall.  Waiting for Diane to retire and enjoying more time to travel and enjoy our nieces, nephew and grandnephews and grandnieces.  Continue teaching.  Would like to go back to college and get the graduate degrees I never managed to get around to doing.

Comments: A big "THANK YOU" to the Reunion Committee for putting this together for us once again.  Your efforts are greatly appreciated.