Fred Corcione
June 20, 1928 - November 7, 2013
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Fred Corcione, 85 of West Long Branch passed away Thursday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. He retired as a Supervisor for Entenmann's Bakery. Mr. Corcione was born and had lived in Long Branch before moving to West Long Branch 15 years ago. He was a Communicant of St. Michael's RC Church, Long Branch. He …
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Jordan C. left a message on November 10, 2014:
I wish Mario and the Corcione Family all the best during their time of sorrow. May your sorrows be comforted with great thoughts and memories of Mr. Fred Corcione. Time is infinite and and a legacy lives on.
Toni DeBartolis left a message on November 9, 2014:
Dear Carol, So sorry to hear about Fred's passing. He certainly will be missed. I would have my windows open and I would hear someone whistling and it would be Fred on his way to his sisters house and as he passed he would yell out "GOOD MORNING TONI" May he rest in peace.
Richard Gallo Pat Locher left a message on November 9, 2014:
Cushion was an inspiration to all, always smiling, always brightened everyones days and life. He was truly a great friend to me and I will miss him everyday. My deepest sympathy to Carol and family and to all of his great friends. Richie & Pat
Kevin Pense left a message on November 9, 2014:
My condolences to the Corcione family. Fred trained me on a route when I first started with Entenmann's 33 years ago. Fred was always fun to work with. Rest in Peace, Fred
Peter Kokoszka left a message on November 9, 2014:
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of Fred. I had worked alongside with Fred at Entenmann's for a number of years. I certainly enjoyed the pleasure of his company. There was rarely a dull moment when Fred was around. He was a such caring and giving person. Just thinking of him brings a smile to my face. He will sorely be missed by all who knew him. May God bless him and grant him eternal peace.
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Mike Halfacre left a message on November 8, 2014:
It was always a good morning at the Ocean Township pool when we saw Freddy walking in with an armful of Entenmann's boxes. It meant Bill might let us out a little early, (because he would rather laugh it up with Freddy than coach us) and that we would get something sweet to eat as we dried off. Rest in Peace, Fast Freddie! Our thoughts are with your family, From: Mike Halfacre and CJAC 1980-1988
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