Albert J. Herman
July 5, 1936 - May 20, 2023
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Albert J. Herman, 86, a longtime resident of Colts Neck, died on Saturday, May 20th. He was born and raised on Staten Island. He graduated from St. Peter’s High School and then went on to graduate top of his class at the New York Maritime Academy. He served in the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant …
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Bill & Mary Sanchez left a message on June 4, 2023:
We are shocked to learn of Skip's passing which occurred 6 days before the passing of Peter Wiggins all of us having met in 1954 as cadets at the N. Y. State University Maritime College at Fort Schuyler and graduated in 1958. We both worked as Engineers at Worthington Pump Co. then on to the U.S. Navy and our business careers. He had an exceptional life. Over the years we had many happy times with he and Treasure. We send our condolences to Treasure and their family.
Gloria and Tom Fox left a message on May 24, 2023:
May he rest in peace. May God grant you all wisdom to know that he is in a better place, and the faith that you will meet again.
Franklin & Cathy Gutierrez left a message on May 23, 2023:
We will sure miss you Capt. Al. We will forever keep the memories of our times at the Atlantic Highlands Marina, our boat trips and our many restaurant outings with you and Treasure ... and the usual suspects. Our deepest condolences to Treasure and the entire Herman family. RIP Capt. Al. Franklin & Cathy Gutierrez
Jose and Maryellen Feltz left a message on May 23, 2023:
Prayers, Love and Strength To The Entire Family.
Joe and Maryellen Feltz left a message on May 23, 2023:
When Al threw out the rope this time to dock the Lord caught it and brought him to everlasting peace. A well deserved peace We shared some wonderful memories with Al and Treasure. Trips to Nevada and Florida. Another, the year Joe and I were to do the decorating of St Mary's Church for Christmas. The first thing we needed was a tree and it was Al who offered to donate the magnificent tree that we used on the altar at St. Mary's that year. We were very grateful. We spent many New Year's Eves at our home together with them and others from St.Mary's. We also spent many dinners with the Hermans, the Davis's, and the Carrolls. Blessed Memories we shall always "Treasure". Thank you Al.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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