ANGELO P. BORGHERO was born in Camden on July 27, 1915 to Pietro and Julia Borghero.  He was one of four children, the others being  Martha, Paul, and Frank Borghero. The family lived at 296 Sycamore Street in the late 1920s. They later moved to 444 Mechanic Street. Angelo Borghero was graduated from Camden High School, where he played baseball, in June of 1933.

Angelo Borghero followed his brother Paul, who had been drafted in February of 1941 into the United States Army on February 26, 1942. He was single at the time and working as a driver.

Angelo Borghero joined the Camden Fire department on August 31, 1953 and reported for duty the next day. He was serving with Engine Company 3 at 1813 Broadway in the mid-1950s, and living at 425 Mechanic Street by the fall of 1956. He was still at that address in October of 1959. By 1970 Angelo Borghero had moved to 3099 Waldorf Avenue in East Camden

While assigned to Engine Company 9 in East Camden, Fireman Borghero suffered a line of duty injury in 1977 that kept him out of work for  brief time. He returned to active duty in the spring of 1977. He retired on pension on August 1, 1980.

Last a resident on Brandywine Road in Marlton NJ, Angelo Borghero died on April 9, 2001. He is buried at Calvary Cemetery on Rout 70 in Cherry Hill NJ. He was survived by his brother, Paul Borghero and his son, Paul Borghero. 

Camden Courier-Post - June 15, 1933

Commencement Next Thursday to Be Institution's Farewell;
Becomes Academic Next September; Veteran Teachers to Retire

Commencement exercises of Camden High School will be held June 22 when diplomas will be presented to 264 students. 

It will be the thirty-fourth and last annual commencement as Camden High School. 
In September it will become Camden Academic High School under a reorganization plan that creates also a Camden Commercial High School, at what now is Woodrow Wilson Junior High School.

It will be the last class to be presented by Miss Clara S. Burrough, principal. She retires this month after 33 years as the head of the school and 44 years in the Camden school system. 

Five Honor Students 

The honor students are Esther E. Hill, Clara E. Marie Krause, Robert Knox Bishop, Caroline Emhof and Evelyn Harriet Ratcliffe. Bishop was selected by a committee of the faculty to represent the boys of the class and will deliver an essay on "Capital Punishment and Modern Civilization." Miss Krause was selected by the committee to represent the girls. Her essay will be "Music and Moods." 

Judge Harold B. Wells, Bordentown, will be the principal orator. Samuel E. Fulton, president of the board of education, will present the diplomas. 

The high school orchestra will present its annual program under the leadership of Miss Lucy Dean Wilson. Miss Wilson is also retiring after 37 years' service. 

The Graduates 

The graduates are: Richard Adam, Nicholas Angelastro, Harry L. Bantle, Jr., Milton J. Barag, James Allen Barlow, Omar N. Barth, Leon Battaglia, John M. Bauer, Jr., Harold Berlin.

Michael A. Billy, Robert Knox Bishop, Alfred Bisti, Henry Blaszczynski, R. Walter Blattenberger, Samuel Joseph Bloodgood, Robert Lea Boertzel, Angelo Borghero, Thaddeus Bozymowski, Joseph Nicholson Bray, Harold Leon Brook, Kenneth Brown, Preston Huntington Brown, Allen Budinger, Joseph V. Caputi, John Carter, Otaldo Chierici, Alfred B. Christiansen, Jr ., Samuel Cohen, William Connell, Leon W. Crane, Jr., and Louis W. Cranmer. 

Alfonso John Davis, John B. Deacon, Morris DiAngelo, Filiberto DiMambro, Louis DiMartine, J. Donald Dollarton, William Dorfman, Frank Dunkelberger, Isadore Dvinsky, Melville Joseph Ellis, Louis Engleman, Gustave Essig, Charles Falkinburg, Paul Felsberg, Joseph Flood, Carlton A. Frew, Elmer Friedberg, Bennie S. Giletto, Horace Goehringer, Donald T. Gondolf, William H. Griffing and John A. Groch. 

Michael Haday, Walter Hadtke, George Lynch Hallowell, Harry H. Haltzman, Ellwood S. Hare Jr., C. Albertus Hewitt, George Hildrew, Leon Hoffman. Charles Horwitz, Charles E. Howison, Herbert C. Hungridge, Albert C. Hurley Jr., J. Edward Jaques, Joseph Jensen, Robert T. Johnson, Morris Katz and Maurice T. Kirk. 

Leonard Knecht, George R. Krattenmaker, Stanley Krystek, Joseph Lavitt, William F. Leidenroth, Paul Lightman, Joseph Litowitz, Stephen Lustina, George Edward MacKnight, Edward F. Mazur, Frank Mazza Jr., George S. McClain. Joseph McDermott, James McPhillips, Edward McVaugh, Allen R. Messick, Jr., Henshaw Miles, Lewes W. Miller, Louis E. Miller, Philip Moeszinger, William Russell Moll, John Murrow, Ralph Obus, Chester Orlik, Martin Parrangian and Francis Pomeroy Patterson.

Stanley T. Pawlak, Joseph Franklin Peel, James B. Peterson, William Pikus, Henry Pogroszewski, John Albert Quillin, Henry Redlus, Frank L. Helter, Wilson Allen Rickenbach, F. Leland Rose, Norman Rose, Bernard David Rosen, Milton Rose, Harold Raoul Rudnitsky, N. Harry Ruttenberg, William A. Samalonis, William T. Seaman, Jr., Carl Seifling, Alexander Serotkin, Harry R. Sharp, Jr., and Warren R. Smith. 

Albert Soloff, Leon Sosnow, Carl Southard, Aaron Spiegel, Elijah J. Stevenson, Jr., Herbert Leonard Steelman, William Henry Harrison Swope, Harry Dudley Teat Jr., Preston Thomas Jr., John Tisso, Rico Tiziani, Ralph Troupe, Alfred Vitarelli, Samuel J. Watters, William C.R. Weber, Jr., Charles Wexlin, Charles S. Whiley, Howard P. Whilldin, Charles C. Wright and Leonard M. Zondler.

Mae Baler Anderson, Elizabeth Austermuhl, Edna May Avis, Sara T. Bakley, Rose Bardock, Rose Muriel Barnes, Ethel R. Bene, Mildred Berkowitz, Josephine Biasi, Martha May Bierschenk, Sylvia Evelyn Binder, Elizabeth Ruth Bobo, Frances Bonamassa, W. Evelyn Bond, Ruth Rebecca Brennan, Ann F. Budd, Louise Ellen Bunstein, Ruth Burgess, Dorothy Butcher, Dorothea W. Campbell, Rose Mae Carey, Martha Adele Chapman, Rosolia Cioffi, Bertha Carolyn Clayton, Mildred Adele Cooper, Julia A. Dahl and Helen Elizabeth Donaghy. 

Jeanette Donien, Mary D'Oria, Sarah Hewett Doughten, Sara Duncan, Mildred Ruth Eggart, Martha Ellender, Caroline Emhof, Marjorie Euster, Anna Mae Joan Fields, Florence B. Fireman, Grace Fletcher, Bernice Fuhrman, Solo Gibbons, Rosalia Halicks, Florence Hallowell, Dorothy E. Hamilton, Olga Margaret Hardecker, Augusta E. Harrison, Beatrice Louise Hart, Grace E. hemphill, and Anne E. Hesbacker.

Esther E. Hill, Lillian Viola Himmelein, Naomi Hofflinger, Frances Letitia Ingram, Mary Adele Jennings, Eleanor Margaret Johns, Mildred Ruth Jordan, Mary Louise King, Margaret M. Klenzing, Clara E. Marie Krause, Mary Martha Kreher, Ruth M. Lafferty, Minerva G. Lagakos, Mary M. Lambersky, Lola Eleanor Linthicum, Judith E. Lord, Dorothy H. Lynn, Ellzabeth Maguire, Ida Elisabeth Marland, W. Bertha Mattes, Theresa Mazza, Ruth F. Melnik, Helen Mills. 

Florence Molotsky, Miriam G. Morris, Eleanor Mae Nichols, Margaret B. Osborne, Dorothy Mae Osmond, Verna G. Otten, Alice E. Patryck, Amella L. Patten, Irene Peard, Beatrice E. Perry, Jennie K. Radziewicz, Evelyn Harriet Ratcliffe, Elizabeth M. Reid, Kathryn Van Dyke Richardson, Emma V. Riedinger, F. Mildred Riegraf, Emma Beatrice Ritchards, Marion M. Roberts, Doris Jean Rosenberg.

Sylvia Rosenberg, Jeannette Rozner, Catherine C. Ruggiero. Sadie M. Santanello, Almira M. Schofield, Kathryn V. Seybold, Ruth Lourin Shapiro, Pearl B. Sherman, Virginia N. Simensen, Lillian B. Simons, Pauline Lee Siris and Florence M. Sklllon.

Angeleen M. Smiechowski, Mildred Elsie Smith, Grace V. Sochacki, Lillian Amelia Starke, Sally Stein, Irene L. Stern, Inez Rae Strubel, Verna E. Styer, Sabina Stypa, S. Frances Sullivan, Doris Gwendolyn Taylor, Betty H. Taylor, Geneva M. Terranova, Margaret E. Treble, Henrietta Varbalow, Cecelia Pearl Vaughan, Madeline Waeckel, Willetta A. Warner, Adele Alberta Wegrzynak, Rose Weinberg, Joyce V. Willis, Dorothy E. Wilson, Helen E. Yusk, Rae Zeit and Ruth Meriam Zilz.

Camden Courier-Post - June 24, 1933

Scholastic and Athletic Presentations for 1932-33 Session Are Made

Honor and athletic awards for the second half year of the 1932-33 school session were awarded in assembly yesterday to seniors, juniors and, sophomores of the Camden High School.

Thomas W. Trembath, acting principal in the absence of Miss Clara S. Burrough, presented the awards.

Esther Hill, who Thursday at commencement exercises was awarded the alumni scholarship as the first honor student, added to her laurels yesterday when she was presented with the Jennings Hood award, a bronze plaque, for outstanding work in the commercial department.

In addition, with Charlotte Tomlinson and Mildred Smith, she was awarded the gold pin, highest award for excellence in all-round athletics.

White certificates were awarded to first year recipients; purple certificates for two years and gold for three.

Honor certificates: Esther Hill, Evelyn Ratcliffe, scholarship and attendance; Clara Krause, Robert Bishop, Caroline Emhof, scholarship; Elwood Hare, Lillian Himmelein, Betty Taylor, Martha Chapman, Harry Teat, attendance.

Gold merit certificate: Leland Rose, student activities.

Purple merit certificate: Irving Zeibman, Hazel Hemingway, Florence Dean, scholarship.

White, merit certificate, senior and junior: Omar Barth, Virginia Simensen, Mary Galloppi, Ann Schaeffer, Constance DiGiuseppe, Sophie Lozek, scholarship.

White merit certificates, sophomore: Martin Ravitch, Ruth Adams, Alice Austermuhl, Sylvia Katz, Lea Blacker, Myrtle Selby, Ray Weiner.

Baseball certificate and letter: Felix Meschini, Walter Nowak, Emilio Iannetta, purple; Wharton Seward, Angelo Borghero, Samuel Cohen, Frank Logandro, Bernard Fisher, William Denof, Eugene Hartline, William McLaughlin, Samuel McDermott, Joseph Matera, Samuel Cobb, white.

Track certificates and letter: Stephen Schuster, Irving Johnson, purple; Charles Myers, William McLaughlin, Anthony Tumminia. Harry Lorusso, Joseph Sandone; Albert Solloff, Arthur Colsey, James Vuividos, Benjamin Jones, white.

Tennis letter and white certificates.

Herman Weiner, Leonard Hoffman, George Foster, Edward Schumann, Robert Galanter, George Horwitz, Herbert Stollman.

Gold pin award for greatest number of points earned in athletics during entire matriculation: Esther Hill, Charlotte Tomlinson, Mildred Smith.

Silver pins: Bertha Mattes, Irene Peard, Dorothy Osmand, Beatrice Heart.

A.A. monograms: Elizabeth Bobo, Anna Mae Fields, Beatrice Heart, Theresa Mazza, Irene Peard, Mildred Smith, Charlotte Tomlinson, Christine Wilson, Carolyn Garrison, Frances Bonamassa, Mildred Eggart, Florence Howell, Esther Hill, Dororthy Osmond, Dorothy Lynn, Hazel Daisey, Cathryn Seybold, Frances Winokur, Alice Patryk, Caroline Emhof, Verna Otten, Mae Anderson, Dorothy Knowles, Florence Bryen, Ida Marini, Janet Spangler, Rose Mascariello, Eleanor Smith, Almira Vaughn, Beatrice Barish, Florence Szymankiewicz, Edith Predmore, Iola Amos, Miriam Mangeny, Kathryn Schoply, Eve Collins, Dorothy Fest, Ray Winokur;

Red Cross awards: Iola Amos, Beatrice Barish, Violet Barron, Florence Beatty, Irene Campbell, Florence Dean, Louise Deuter, Constance Di Giuseppe, Violet Duszynski, Frances Farnsworth, Doris Fox, Carolyn Garrison, Vivian Heard, Hazel Hemingway, Viola Lalli, Mildred Lentz, Sophie Lozek, Mary Martin, Bertha Mayhew, Mamie Silverman, Mary Stafford, Helen Tyler.

Health club awards: Esther Hill, Caroline Emhof, Evelyn Ratcliffe, Helen Donaghy, Catherine Ruggiero, Bertha Clayton, Lillian Himmelein, Sabina Stypa, Rosolia Cioffi, Elizabeth Taylor, Verna Otten, Theresa Mazza, Ruth Burgess, Florence Molotsky, Almira Schofield, Margaret Klenzing.

"Treble Clef" awards, orchestra:

Charles Hall, Bernard Tool, Jack Lukoff, John Asay, Edward Junikka, Daniel Glass, James Hoffner, Clover Winter, Bernard Rosen, Isadore Dvinsky, Robert Bishop, Frederick Domm, Elizabeth Deibert, Alfred Bisti, Rose Halicks, Leonard Zondler, Walter McClelland; Auditorium Force, Marion Roberts, Willetta Warner, Annabelle Murphy, Margaret Klenzing, Verna Otten, Rose Bardock; Lantern Operator, Donald Schwollow, Lindley Sullivan.

Cheer leading emblem: William Moll, Charles Long, Preston Brown, James Fiume, Michael Fiume, Rhoda Reed, Ella Lane, Florence Clifford and Ethel Kingsland.

Drop kicking award: Fred Leap..

Engine Company 3 and the 3rd Battalion in quarters, Broadway & Ferry Avenue, South Camden. 1956.

Left to right, standing: Chief Joseph Guarino, Fireman John Chudzinski, Captain Edward Tyszko, Fireman Ernest Tartaglia, Fireman Santo DiMaggio; Kneeling: Fireman Adlebert Kirk, Fireman Angelo Borghero.


Camden Courier-Post - April 13, 2001

On April 9, 2001 Angelo P. (Pups) age 85 years of Marlton, NJ. Beloved husband of the late Rita L. (nee Bubbico). Dear Father of Peter J. Borghero of Blackwood. Dear Brother of Frank P. Borghero of Gloucester City, the late Paul Borghero and the late Martha Youkneveich. Dear friend of Viola Tornari. Mr. Borghero was a retired Camden City Fireman. Relatives and friends of the family will meet for his viewing and Funeral on Monday morning from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at St. Mary's RC Church, 2001 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. Arrangements by BOCCO FUNERAL HOME, 1300 North Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ.