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“Dear Drummond Family, I was so sorry to read about the passing of your dear love one Antoinette. My sincere condolences to friends and family of...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: ronnie - EHT, NJ

“Dave, My sincere condolences and prayers go out to you and your family during this time of loss. My God keep you and your family in the palm of his...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Gary Callender - Atlantic City, NJ

“My prayers go out to the family I loved miss Toni I met her at pal my first time going there but I will say one thing yes she will be missed but at...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Byron F Munford Jr - NJ

“I'm in shock! I just spoke with Toni last week regarding our next AC PAL Board Meeting. She was a dear friend and a pleasure to work with~~~~We have...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Steve Smoger - Ventnor City, NJ


Antoinette "Much" Drummond, known to many as Ms. Toni, age 45 slipped into eternal rest on March 12, 2012 at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center - City Campus. Much was born in Brooklyn, NY August 22, 1966 to Carolyn and David Drummond. She relocated to Atlantic City in the 70's with her family where she attended Chelsea Junior High and Atlantic City High Schools. Antoinette was once employed at Showboat and Resorts Casinos, two of the city better know law firms and lastly by the City of Atlantic City where she worked at the PAL Center. Her dedication to the youth of Atlantic City was evident in her participation in several youth programs including: the AC Rites of Passage; NAACP Youth Council; PAL Cheerleading; the Boy Scouts of America; Boxing and many other activities. Her love for her City's youth was evident. She was a big sister, aunt, and a second mom to many of the neighborhood children. Toni was a lifetime member of St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church where she enjoyed attending masses with her father, David and her nieces and nephews. She also enjoyed fellowshipping at Second Baptist, Shiloh Baptist and New Redeemed COGIC Churches. "Much" was a fun loving person who loved to laugh and dance. Her smile lit up the room and her laugh was unforgettable. She was always the life of the party wherever she went and could usually be found dancing alone in the mirror or by the speakers or even walking around yelling "Brooklyn". She loved her huge family and always looked forward to attending family gatherings. Her favorite sayings were "Look at Me Now" and "Haters Are My Motivators." Antoinette was predeceased by: her grandparents, Jack Cooper, Lucy Perkins and Mable Drummond; her great grandmother, Caroline Cooper; her loving mother, Carolyn Drummond; best friend, Montena Harris and granddaughter, Messiah Muhammad. She is survived by her loving father; David Drummond, four children; Melissah "Sunshine", Lamont "Mannie", Medinah "Binky" and Myah "Mamaz"; daughter-in-law; Shantai; two grandsons, Jahiem "Chunky" and Rasheed "Rah Rah;" brothers, David Jr. and Mark Drummond; sisters, Laticia Dillard and Teresa Drummond; nieces and nephews; Hassan, Jocelyn, Mark, Marcia Antoinette, Shadirah, Chynah, Lil David and Sydnee Rae Companion and Michael Thorpe; best-friends; Bertha, Lamar, Vernita and Beth; special friend, Edward "Eckey"; favorite cousins, Lynette and Leco; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends. Antoinette will be greatly missed by all whom she graced with her presence. There is no doubt she is smiling, dancing and watching over us. "MUCH LOVE"

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