Charles P. Mancini
June 21, 1924 - February 26, 2012
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Charles P. Mancini, 87 of Ocean Twp. passed away Sunday February 26th at his home. Mr. Mancini was born in Newark and had lived in Livingston and Toms River before moving to Ocean Twp. in 1992. He was a Gunners Mate in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He retired as Professional Firefighter and …
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Maryann ( Mancini ) and Robert Carpenter left a message on March 6, 2013:
You will always be cousin Charlie Boy to me.A yankee game you loved to attend and hoped the game would never end.You would scream and yell and jump and shout, now isin't that what a Yankee fan is all about, while sitting down you raise your hand, another bag of peanuts please you tell the man.extra mustard on your hotdog, cold beer on tap. The Yankees won the series now thats a wrap. You always enjoyed going to the game with my dad,Uncle Frank also known as " Mangie." Will miss your smiling face and pleasant personality, REST IN PEACE. Our thoughts and prayers to your Family
Deborah & Gary [email protected] left a message on March 3, 2013:
No more pain or suffering, Mr. Mancini. You have worked hard, now it's time for you to rest in peace. You will all be together once again to love & laugh. Know that you're beloved daughter, Susan is in the best of hand's with Gino & you're loved one's are being looked after by "Our Father". God bless you & you're family...
Anne Marie (DeMarco) O'Keefe left a message on March 2, 2013:
Uncle Charlie Lived for many years close to our family in Livingston. The times I remember most are those at the famous " Alfieri Family Picnics"!!. He entertained us with stories and memories dear to him. Thank you Uncle Charlie for MY dear memories! :) XXOO Anne Marie
Joe Critchley N F D left a message on March 1, 2013:
Great guy to have around the firehouse and nearby when working at a fire. RIP PAL!!!
Fran and Steve Bini left a message on March 1, 2013:
Rest in peace Mr. Mancini. Your were always a funny and sweet man. We will take good care of Susan, my dear friend of 43 years. Love and remember you forever. Fran and Steve Bini
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Bill Juliano Jr. left a message on March 1, 2013:
I have many fond memories of Charlie, my Dad having worked with him in the Rescue Squad for many years. I can still picture him with an unlit cigar in the corner of his mouth. Every time my dad would tell a "firehouse" story, he would most likely mention Mr. Mancini. He was like an Uncle to all of Us , as were the other members of the 4th tour. I will always remember him fondly and my deepest sympathies go out to the Mancini Family. R.I.P. Mr. Mancini and say hello to my Dad and Mom for me.
Tom Mancini left a message on February 28, 2013:
Havent seen cousin Charlie in over 60 years but have vivid memories of going to Yankee Stadium with him, My Dad (John), Uncle Frank, and Uncle Tom to cheer on his hero Joe DiMaggio. On one occasion he went into the parking garage and looked all over for California license plates because he knew it would be Joe D's car. Rest in peace. Cousin Tom
Kathleen Mancini Smith left a message on February 28, 2013:
It has been many years, but you will always be my cousin, Charlie Boy, and I'll always see you as the handsome young man in a U. S. Navy uniform. Farewell to one of the Navy's finest!
Barbara & Cliff Merrill left a message on February 28, 2013:
You can't help but smile when you think of Uncle Charlie, my favorite Uncle. He was always fun and upbeat. As my cousin Diane said, he was full of wonderful "stories," especially of my parents, John and Marge Parotino. I guess he and Aunt Yolanda shared some great times together.He was with my dad when he passed. He always said," Your dad was a hell of a guy." Well, right back at you Uncle Charlie! I know you'll be meeting up with my mom and dad to continue the fun. Love you Uncle. Rest in Peace.
Dianne and Kenny Ochse left a message on February 27, 2013:
I have many memories of Uncle Charlie; he was the guy who had a million stories about the firehouse in Newark..."Did I ever tell you about the time..." Did I ever tell you about the guy..." He loved that chapter in his life.... For me though, each conversation was never complete, through 50 years, until he asked me "Dianne, how's your fryin' pan?" I will miss my sweet Uncle Charlie...Rest in Peace...I hope you catch up on all the stories with my father up in Heaven....
Dawn (Carpenter) & Jim Paxson and Eric left a message on February 27, 2013:
We were deeply saddened to hear that Charlie passed away. My son Eric did enjoy drawing pictures to send to him. I am sure now he is up in heaven with my grandpa, Frank Mancini, whom he always said was his favorite Uncle. He will be missed. We all loved him. Love and prayers to the family.
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