John J.
Hainsworth III


JOHN J. " JIM" HAINSWORTH III was the grandson of John J. Hainsworth Sr. Like his grandfather, he was active in the civic and political life in Camden. He later moved to Haddon Heights NJ.

John J. Hainsworth's brother, Joseph C. Hainsworth, served for 31 years with the Camden Police Department. First Cousin James R. Asher served for many years with the Camden Fire Department.

Camden Courier-Post * October 22, 2007

Of Wenonah, formerly of Haddon Heights went to be with the Lord on Friday October 19, 2007, after a courageous battle with a long term illness.
He is survived by his wife and friend Mary Lou Hainsworth. Brother of George Hainsworth of Arizona, Renee Spinosi (Jonathan) of Turnersville, Shirley Incollingo (Robert) of Turnersville and the late Joseph Charles Hainsworth. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Jim was a U.S. Marine veteran and served as a corporal during the Korean Conflict. He attended Philadelphia Technical Institute and retired from Camden County Government as Director of Buildings and Operations. He was former president and Committeeman of Haddon Heights Democratic Club and an active member of the Democratic Party in Camden City and Camden County.
Jim was Past Grand Knight of the Father McGill Council #5113 Knights of Columbus, West Collingswood and a member of the Bishop J.J. McCarthy Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, Cherry Hill. He was a faithful Pilot and belonged to the Color Corp of J.J. McCarthy Assembly. He was also a member of the American Legion Post 192, Wenonah and a member of the Camden County Retired Employees Association. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a viewing Tuesday 7pm to 9pm and Wednesday 9am to 10am at BOUCHER FUNERAL HOME, 1757 Delsea Dr., Deptford, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial 11am Wednesday at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Pitman NJ. Entombment Eglington Mausoleum, Clarksboro, NJ. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Samaritan Hospice,5 Eves Dr., Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053-3101. For directions, guest book and to view Jim's Video Tribute visit: www.boucherfuneral