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December 27, 2012

Nabih J. Gatas

SICKLERVILLE —  

Nabih J. Gatas on December 25, 2012 of Sicklerville, NJ. Age 85 years. Mr. Gatas was the owner of Nabs Barber Shop in Tonawanda for many years. 
Beloved husband of Izabella (nee Jarzyna) and the late Ivette (nee Khoury). Devoted father of Joseph and his wife, Pati, Susan Ford and her husband, Bobby, George and his wife, Liz, Jeannette and Jose. Loving Grandfather of Joseph, Jolene, Sydney, Derek, Fallon, Santiago and Andrea. Great grandfather of seven.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing on Friday evening from 7-9 PM at the COSTANTINO FUNERAL HOME, 231 W. White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ 08009. No morning viewing. Funeral Mass on Saturday at 9:30AM at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, St. Lawrence Church, 135 N. White Horse Pike, Lindenwold, NJ 08021. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery Berlin, NJ.
Visit CostantinoFH.com for additional information or to email lasting condolences.

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