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Ocean Grove Memorial Home:: Funeral Home :: 2020

James R. Caldara

 

James (Jimmy) Caldara, 76, passed away peacefully on April 16, 2020 at Saint Clare’s Hospital-Dover due to complications of the COVID-19 virus.  Jimmy was born and raised in Long Branch N.J. and lived in Asbury Park and Denville prior to residing in the Regency Grande-Dover.  He was predeceased by his parents Angelo Caldara and Frances (nee Brennan) Caldara, his brother Francis (Dukey) Caldara and his sisters Dorothy (Dottie) Rucki and Joan Whittle.  Jimmy is survived by his sister Elizabeth Jane (Theresa Margaret) (Betty) Donofrio of Randolph N.J.  Jimmy was deeply involved in the Catholic Church’s teachings for his entire life.  In light of the restrictions surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, the family has determined that there will be no viewing nor funeral services and interment will be held privately at the Mt. Carmel Cemetery, West Long Branch N.J.  

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Astrid Bridge

 
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Astrid Bridge passed into eternal rest peacefully at the age of 98 on April 14, 2020 at Manor By The Sea in Ocean Grove New Jersey with her family by her side. She died from complications of old age.Born Astrid Linnea Carlson September 28, 1921 to Helga (Peterson) Carlson and Julius Bertil Carlson in Newark, New Jersey she grew up in Belleville, New Jersey. She had two sisters, Charlotte Bedford (Kenny)and Dagmar Anderson (Robert) who both predeceased her.  She graduated from Belleville High School in 1939. Following graduation she was employed by Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company in Newark, New Jersey. She was a graduate of Newark Art Academy with a degree as an Illustrator in 1943. On August 23, 1944 she married Frank H Bridge. Frank was an air radioman in the Navy. He was returning from action in the Central Pacific and going to begin Flight School in Athens, Georgia. They were married during his ten day leave. They were married for 68 years until his death in 2013. In 1951 they moved from Belleville to High Crest Lake in West Milford, New Jersey where they resided for 18 years. From 1963 to 1968 she owned and operated The Cloth Cottage, a fabric and knitting store in Newfoundland, New Jersey. In 1969 the family relocated to Ocean Grove, New Jersey where they have have  lived for 50 years. In Ocean Grove they were members of St Paul’s Church. She was a member and President of the Neptune Women’s Club. She leaves four daughters, Karen Eastin ( the late Gary Eastin), Ocean Grove, New Jersey; Lynn Noland (Glenn Noland) , Marlborough, Massachusetts; Barbara Braun ( Richard Braun), Manchester, New Jersey; Suzanne Remski (Michael Remski) Merrimack,  New Hampshire. She also leaves seven grandchildren, Robert Eastin ( Elizabeth) of Ocean Grove Hardware; Linnea Fechter ( Avram), Aldie, Virginia; Richard Noland (Emily), Westborough, Massachusetts; David Noland (Katherine), Lunenburg, Massachusetts; Christine Orlofske (Neil), Jersey City, New Jersey; Carol Noland, Belmar, New Jersey; Andrew Noland (Emily), Ocean Grove New Jersey. Lastly, her seven loving great- grandchildren, Garrett Eastin, Thomas Eastin, Alana Fechter, Evan Fechter, Sophia Noland, Arianna Noland, Phoebe Noland. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her everlasting gift to us was her love of family, her good nature, her kindness and never ending love. Funeral services will be private because of the Corona Virus Pandemic. Internment will be in Monmouth Memorial Park. When this terrible disease is contained we will hold a Celebration of Life In her memory. Rest In Peace dear mother. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Monmouth County SPCA, Manor by the Sea, or Meridian Hospice, would be appreciated. 
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Joseph Cerchiaro

 
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Joseph Thomas Cerchiaro Jr., 74, passed away on Tuesday April 13, 2020. Born in Rahway. Joseph, was always an advocate for children. He began his teaching career at St. Mary’s in Rahway. After that, he taught several years at Sacred Heart Elementary School in Elizabeth. He spent most of his tenure teaching special education at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights and retired after 26 years. He started coaching at the age of 17 and went on to coach baseball, basketball, and soccer. He won many championships including a state championship in Girls’ Varsity Soccer. He coached that team in an international soccer competition in Denmark. Additionally, he served on the Long Hill Township Board of Education and was president of the Long Hill Township Little League. He was a communicant of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Stirling, where he lived most of his adult life. Joe was predeceased by his parents, Joseph, Sr. and Rose DiPaola and by his siblings, Leo, Lou, Vincent, John, Lillian Martin, Carmela Frost and Thomas. He is survived by his former wife Sharon Armenti Cerchiaro, his sons Joseph Thomas, III (J.T.) and Nicolas, and his grandson Dax William as well as many nieces and nephews. 

Monday, April 13, 2020

George Boileau

 

George William Boileau, 72, of Ocean Grove, New Jersey,  died on April 12, 2020 at his home, The Ocean Mist. George was born on August 13, 1947 in Stetson Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Howard N. and Margaret H. Boileau.  He grew up in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, graduating from Upper Moreland High School. He attended Lehigh University, finishing  in 1969 with a degree in Business. Joining the Army he was stationed at Fort Gordon, Georgia and Wurzburg, Bavaria, Germany in the 3rd Infantry Division - Office of the Staff Judge Advocate. In 1972 George received his MBA from Lehigh University and began his career at Mullin & Lonergan.  When a position at the Atlantic County Improvement Authority was presented to him, George welcomed the challenge.  After 25 years he retired as the Atlantic County Treasurer where he “spent the luxury tax” to improve Atlantic County. George loved back country camping at World ‘s End, his road trip to California with his college buddies, visiting Chincoteague Island with his parents and vacationing with his extended family in Cape Cod. He greeted everyone he met with a generous heart and an original joke. He was a true historian and spent many many hours on his family tree, which became a family forest.  George was preceded in death by his father Howard and his mother Margaret.  He is survived by his sister Coralie Boileau Cummings, niece Erin (Steve) Semple, nephew Tim (Jennifer) Cummings, grand nephew and nieces Abigail Semple, Cameron Semple, Moira Semple and Kaylie Cummings as well as many dear friends. In lieu of flowers or other tributes, memorial gifts may be made to the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association, 54 Pitman Avenue, Ocean Grove NJ 07756 or online at www.oceangrove.org/giv Please put in the memo line, “in memory of George W Boileau”.

 
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Monday, April 13, 2020

Linda Dudak

 
Linda Dudak 63, of Ocean Grove passed away on April 12, 2020 at Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune N.J.  Linda was a long time resident of Ocean Grove. She was born in the Bronx NY before moving to Ocean Grove in 1973. She was pre deceased by her father, Joseph Dudak Sr. in 1984, her mother Bernice Dudak in 2017, and her brother Stephen in 1993. Linda was a loving daughter who cared for her mother during her final years. Linda had a long career as an Analyst for Continental Insurance Data Center, City Street, and Met Life Corp., where she made many long lasting relationships. In her retirement, Linda was an active member of the Neptune Township Senior Center and was an active volunteer at Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune Township. Linda was a very strong and courageous woman who fought serious health battles in the last few years with dignity and determination. Linda loved living in Ocean Grove. She enjoyed the seasonal events on Main Street, block parties with the neighbors, Saturday night concerts, and the beach and boardwalk. She enjoyed bus trips, line dancing, and the book club at her local Senior Center.The family is so very thank full for the medical community who embraced Linda during her health issues in her final years, months, and days. They provided her with a comfort and care that was outstanding and allowed her to have a full life.  Surviving are her brother, Joseph Dudak Jr., his wife Monica Dudak, nephew Kyle Dudak, and niece by marriage Jessica Pinfield. She is also survived by family from New York and many friends and neighbors who loved her dearly. In lieu of flowers or condolences, contributions can be made to Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune Township, Hospice, or the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America.
In loving memory of Linda Dudak.
Monday, April 13, 2020

Bamme R. Beauzieux

 

Services and burial will be private. 

Monday, April 13, 2020

Beatrice Davis

 

Burial will be private.

Monday, April 13, 2020

Patricia F. Walter

 

Service information is pending.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Michael Scarano, Jr.

 
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A viewing for Michael J. Scarano, Jr. will begin at 9:00 AM on  Saturday February 22 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church, 111 Claremont Rd, Bernardsville, NJ 07924. A funeral liturgy will begin at 10:00 AM.  Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, Basking Ridge.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Joan F. Avallone

 

Joan passed on peacefully this past Saturday February 15th with her Son Paul, Daughter Teresa, son -in - law, Alex and Grandson Nick at her side.   A celebration of her life will be held from 2-4pm on Saturday 22 Feb at the Allegria Assisted Living Facility Chapel at 70 Stockton St Ocean Grove NJ.  Flowers can be sent to Allegria in care of  Joan’s Service.

  
Monday, February 17, 2020

Nagayseri Beejai

 
The viewing for Nagayseri Beejai will be on Wednesday January 29, 2020 at the Church of Grace and Peace 1563 Old Freehold Rd, Toms River, NJ 08755 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM with the funeral service beginning at 11:00 AM.  Final services will be at 2:00 PM at Monmouth Memorial Park Crematory 4201 Route 33, Tinton Falls, NJ 07753.  
Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Robert E. Perkins, Jr.

 
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Robert Easton Perkins, Jr. – charmer, adventurer, wit – passed away on January 4, 2020 at age 92. His creative energy and esoteric tastes were apparent in his many pastimes, furniture-making, playing boogie-woogie on the piano, and cooking exotic dishes (often from the fish and game he brought home). Born in New York City, December 26, 1927, to Dorothy Young and Robert Perkins, Bob grew up in and around Allenhurst, NJ. After graduating Riverside Military Academy, GA, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy during WWII. He served as a frogman with an Underwater Demolition Team stationed in the Philippines. Bob earned a B.A. from the University of Virginia in 1950 and went on to become an advertising executive at Young & Rubicam, in New York and Los Angeles. In the 1970’s Bob established an alligator farm near Lake Charles, LA, under the auspices of the Department of Agriculture, to produce a commercial supply of skins. In the 1990’s he realized a lifelong dream: sailing his sloop, the Adagio, throughout the Caribbean. Bob eventually returned to Ocean Grove, NJ, where four generations of his family gathered, and could be found fishing from his Key West in the waters off the Jersey shore until 89. Lovingly known to his family as Cap’n Bob, he is survived by his daughter, Barbara, two sons, James and Peter, 9 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by son, Michael. 
Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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