Carmine A. Morgano
October 10, 1941 - January 30, 2021
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home
Kimberly Jesuele
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Carmine A. Morgano, 79 of West Long Branch, died at home, surrounded by his loving family, on Sat. Jan. 30th. He was born in New York City and had lived in Long Branch before moving to West Long Branch, 55 years ago. Carmine was an Insurance Representative for Prudential Insurance Company, before retiring.  Carmine served …
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Kimberly Jesuele left a message on February 5, 2021:
Wishing you peace and comfort as you grieve. Heartfelt condolences to Rosemary, Todd, Joe, Jill, and Carmine, with love from Kim Jesuele.
Vincent Jesuele left a message on February 5, 2021:
I met Mr Morgano after I became friends with Todd, then Joe about 40 years ago. Over the years I had occasion to spend time around him golfing, fishing or just a social visit or chance meeting at the supermarket. I looked up to him in a fatherly way. To me, he projected a calmness and confidence. In fact, on one trip in Todd’s boat to the mud hole we encountered bad weather and rough seas. Our white knuckle return to the dock, in what seemed like 10 foot seas, was definitely made more palatable by Mr. Morgano’s calm demeanor . I know that he was a devoted husband to his wife and a great father and grandfather. He was also just a great all around guy. My condolences to the family.
Jim & Martha Akers left a message on February 2, 2021:
We'll miss you.
Jillian Difenderfer left a message on January 31, 2021:
I grew up living on the same street as my grandparents. We had Sunday dinner every week. My nan and pop never missed one of our sports games. They were such a huge part of my life. When we moved out of our first house, our second house was directly behind their house. So I jumped the fence in between our houses probably everyday. The most important thing to my pop was his family. He cared so much for us all and he loved seeing my brother and I grow up. Throughout my 20s I traveled all over the world and was away from my family a lot. It was extremely hard. After my husband and I got married we decided to move to Florida and create a life for ourselves. When I was 6 months pregnant I got a phone call from my grandfather telling me him and my nan were jumping in the car and they were going to rent down in Florida about 10 miles from where I lived. They never planned on staying for as long as they did but they lived here for two years. They were there when my first son was born, when I found out I was pregnant with my second, when my second child was born and for so many other important life events that I am so blessed to have shared with them. They met my daughter last year. They were my best friends. My grandfather was the best man, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. I’ll cherish the memories that I have with my poppy and I am so lucky they were there with me during the most important time of my life. I love you Poppy.
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