Christopher G. Spezio
March 2, 1970 - November 11, 2019
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Christopher G. Spezio, 49, a citizen of the world residing in Toms River, NJ passed away on November 11, 2019 following a short and aggressive battle with cancer. Chris was born in Brooklyn, NY and developed roots as a young boy residing with his parents, Gerard & Sandra Spezio, in Brooklyn & Rockville Centre, NY. …
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Dr Brenden Tempest-Mogg left a message on January 25, 2020:
Christopher will always be remembered as a keen student, kind and thoughtful. He particpated in the Australian Studies Programme of Warnborough College, Oxford. Despite being bitten by a snake during his free time 'down under' he survived to tell the tale. Christopher will be missed by his family and friends, and it is hoped that they will come together to honour his memorary through a scholarship legacy in his name at Warnbrough College. With sincere condolences. Dr Brenden D Tempest-Mogg President, Warnborough College [email protected]
maxine riley left a message on December 6, 2019:
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Eric Klein left a message on December 5, 2019:
Chris definitely was a man of the world..such a fitting tribute to who he was and how he lived everyday..I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Chris for many years and he always was the most upbeat and friendly person in the room..We talked about sports, family, travel and of course food...That man could really eat! He always had a smile on his face when telling stories about his travelling, friends abroad and especially when he spoke of Spencer and Lily..It's not the same going to the Toms River garage and not seeing my colleague and friend.."Da Speez"..An all-around great guy! So sorry for your loss!!
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