Meredith Gould Jr.

Obituary of Meredith G. Gould Jr.

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Meredith Gregory Gould Jr., 44, of Millville, passed away on Sunday, July 2, 2023 at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ. Greg was born in Bridgeton, to Greg Gould Sr. and Andre Loatman Gould. He had resided in Millville for the past 31 years and prior to that he lived in Fairfield Twp. He was the husband of Betty Gould for the last 10 years and they had been together for the past 20 years. Greg most recently worked at Carter Lumber as a machine operator for about two years. Prior to that he worked for Owens and Minors in Seabrook and West Deptford, and the Dollar Tree in Millville. When he was a teenager he liked going to karate classes. He was an avid PC and console gamer and loved playing World of Warcraft. He was very computer savvy when it came to rebuilding, repairing and troubleshooting. Greg enjoyed listening to all genres of music and love to write music. He loved to ride dirt bikes and most of all he loved being with his family. Greg is survived by his wife of 10 years, Betty Gould; his parents, Greg Sr. and Andre Gould; a stepson, Josh Thompson; three siblings, Candi Gould of Fairton, Sean Gould of Bridgeton, and Michael Britt Gould, of Buena; his niece, Isabella; and a host of aunts uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents; and his mother and father in-law. Funeral services were held privately at the convenience of the family. Written condolences can be sent to the family through the funeral home website
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Meredith Gould Jr.

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Meredith Gould Jr.

1978 - 2023

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