The statement below is by Freeholder Jeffrey Nash, on behalf of the Freeholder Board, in regard to the passing of Donald Love.
South Jersey, Camden County and the Jewish community, has lost a great leader, philanthropist and entrepreneur with the passing of Donald Love.
This loss, related to COVID-19, has taken away a tireless volunteer, benevolent gentleman, and steadfast advocate for South Jersey’s Jewish Community. I served with Donald on the Board of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey and have personally witnessed the dedication to community and commitment to charitable giving that he has demonstrated for decades. For over 60 years, his leadership has sustained day schools, home health care programs and agencies supporting seniors, children and young adults with special needs.
A longtime resident of Cherry Hill who founded a business in Pennsauken, Don was an integral part of our community and we will continue to benefit from his work for decades to come. His legacy will be defined by two of the greatest traits a man could strive for- service to others and unrelenting integrity. This pillar of our county will be sorely missed, but one thing is for sure, we are a better region because of Don.
The Freeholder Board wishes to extend its most heartfelt thoughts and condolences to the Love family during this time of tragic loss.