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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2009 > September - December > New Jersey District 16 Administrator Dick Feldman Passes Away after Nearly 50 years as a Little League Volunteer

New Jersey District 16 Administrator Dick Feldman Passes Away after Nearly 50 years as a Little League Volunteer

New Jersey District 16 Administrator Dick Feldman Passes Away after Nearly 50 years as a Little League Volunteer

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Richard “Dick” Feldman, who served as New Jersey’s District 16 Administrator for 48 years, passed away on Monday. He was 85.

A native of Atlantic City, N.J., Mr. Feldman was a Little League coach and manager prior to his election as District Administrator in 1967.

Mr. Feldman founded Twin Glass Company in 1948 with his brothers Robert and Alan Feldman after relocating to Margate City, N.J.

In Margate City, he began volunteering in the Little League Baseball and Softball program with his brothers and coached the Margate City Little League to the 1965 Little League Baseball state championship.

Mr. Feldman is survived by his wife, Shirley Feldman of Atlantic City, N.J., children Joseph Feldman of Louisville, Ky., Steven Feldman of Linwood, N.J., and Sandy Swanton of Castle Rock, Co., stepchildren, Robert and Tracee, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made in Mr. Feldman’s memory to Little League Baseball, District 16, 307 Joanne Drive, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., 08234.