In Memoriam

Camden County Remembrance and Hope Memorial Pavers

The Camden County Remembrance and Hope Memorial at Timber Creek Park in Gloucester Township is offering a place for reflection to the families who have lost a loved one to the disease of addiction, showing them that they are not alone.

Pavers are being offered as part of the Remembrance and Hope Memorial to honor the lives lost.

Please note pavers are available all year long but will not be completed and installed until August of each year. To be included in the 2023 vigil, all pavers must be purchased before August 1st. Once paver is purchased you will receive a proof to approve. Once approved we will save and share all installation and vigil dates for August of that year.

Camden County is offering two options for residents:

Single Paver – $200  

  • Your very own memorial paver, appx. 20″ wide x 1 O” high, which includes up to 4 lines for your message (17 characters on each line, letters 1 inch high)

Shared Paver – $150

  • Have our message with other residents appx. 30’ wide x 20’ high which includes 2 lines for your message (17 characters on each line, letters 1.75 inches high)

To ensure all families have the opportunity to pay tribute, we can only offer one paver for each loved one.

Memorial Paver Orders for 2023 are open till August 1, 2023. 

Please note:  Orders will be taken between today and August 1, 2023, with an installation date in August 2023.



Camden County 2022 Remembrance Vigil

On August 31, 2022, community members gather for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of those we’ve lost to the disease of addiction and to raise awareness about the scourge of drug addiction and overdose throughout the country.

Families were invited to submit the names and photos of their loved ones prior to the event to be shown as part of a remembrance slideshow. The slideshow, in the intimate setting of the vigil, provided a rare opportunity for families affected by loss to remember and celebrate their lost loved ones publicly. The photos also served as a stark reminder that drug addiction has become ubiquitous, affecting diverse communities in our area and across the nation.