James M. Allocco
September 12, 1934 - March 14, 2017
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James Allocco, 82, passed away with his loving family by his side on March 14th at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. Known to everyone as Jimmy or Uncle Jimmy, he was a highly admired and widely esteemed native resident of the Township of Holmdel. Jimmy was a 1952 graduate of Keyport High School. He joined …
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Bob Phillips left a message on March 25, 2018:
Me deepest sympathy to the Allocco family. Jimmy will always be remembered for his hard work and dedication to Holmdel. He was a true gentleman, family man, and caring person who always made you feel weloomed with his smile and warm demeanor. Jimmy will never be forgotten when reflecting upon the simpler life of time gone by as an integral part of Holmdels deep rich history.
Mary Tilelli Redfield left a message on March 20, 2018:
Dear Rose & Allocco Family: Please accept my deepest sympathies at the loss of Jimmy. I am deeply sorry that I did not get to extend my respects to your family as I just found out about Jimmy's passing today. I have many warm memories of the family from when I was young . Jimmy and your family remain in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless him always. Love, Mary Tilelli Redfield
Joan Cappa left a message on March 19, 2018:
A candle was lit by Joan Cappa on 2018/03/19
Pat Impreveduto left a message on March 19, 2018:
Jimmy I am really going to miss your advice. Rest In Peace my friend Pats Impreveduto
Terence Wall left a message on March 19, 2018:
Jimmy, There are very few good men in the world. You are one of them. Many years ago we met at the farm. I wanted to speak with the famous Jimmy Allocco! I met a kind man. An honest man. A man who knows the meaning of working hard. A Teacher. A man in love with his wife and family and someone who represents what is best in Holmdel. I recall so many nice memories. We love you in the Wall Family and extend our deepest condolences to all in your family. Terence Jeanne Georgette Charlotte Maria and Teddy
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Nicholas Romagnoli left a message on March 17, 2018:
Our deepest condolences to Rose and the Allocco Family. During our many years as members of the Holmdel Kiwanis Club we always seemed to be seated with Jimmy at our pre-meeting dinners and often with Jimmy and Rose at Kiwanis functions. There was a special fondness between Jimmy and my wife, Diane,.....they would always be discussing food, Italian customs and family ,etc. One night Diane happened to mention how much we liked fried squash flowers. The very next morning Jimmy came to the back door entrance to our kitchen ( as all our friends always did) and presented her with a bagfull of freshly picked squash flowers......... with the admonition "don't tell anyone that I gave you these." At the time if you didn't grow squash yourself the flowers were hard to come by unless you knew someone. Well, Diane knew Jimmy. This was typical of Jimmy ...a great friend of gentle nature and always willing to help. God Bless You. Rest In Peace, Nick and Diane Romagnoli
Emily Schiller left a message on March 17, 2018:
So sorry for your loss . Beyond sorrow our Heavenly Father provides us comfort from His words in 2 Corinthains 1:3,4 and we have the hope of the fulfillment of His promise in Acts 24:15 of the resurrection . With Sincere Sympathy.
Michael Mongiello left a message on March 16, 2018:
Dear Rosi & Family, So sorry to hear the news. My thought and payers are with your family. It was always a great time stopping by you guys on our way home from the shore. We are always treated like family. They are memories I will always keep close at heart. Keep strong as you now have an angel in heaven, he was a great person inside and out. Love Michael Mongiello
Pat Parisi left a message on March 16, 2018:
Dear Rose & Family , I don`t have to tell you how GREAT Jimmy was , a true friend & someone who you could count on day or night ! As next door neighbors for almost 20 years , I can still hear him coming across his yard into mine HEY PAT ! He`d have a box of fruits & vegetables , herbs & homemade red wine . We talked a lot about family & life , this I know of my friend Jimmy he was the most wonderful man I`ve EVER had the fortune to know . I cried when I got the call of his death as if I lost a family member , that`s how Jimmy was it was like I knew him my whole life & even though Jimmy was older than me we had a lot in common when it came to family & friends . He knew one way he LOVED you , I guess that is why we connected like we did that`s what Italians do . I kept thinking about things & a smile took the place of the tears , that`s Jimmy for you no matter what "all will be ok " ! Like Jimmy Rose we love you & your wonderful family , we are always here for you never forget that . And Jimmy my red wine glass will ALWAYS be toasted to you my friend , things may not be the same but all that you left to us will never be forgotten & with that you`ll always be with us . Love & miss you Jimmy . Pat & Sharon Parisi .
Elizabeth Mongiello left a message on March 16, 2018:
Dear Rosie, Maria, Jerry, Gina, James & Alex, We will always keep our Jimmy alive in our hearts and in our thoughts. Truly a "BEST FRIEND" For you all to remember "Those we love don't go away. They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near. . You can be sure you will all be watched and protected by him in Heaven. . May Our Lady of Grace enfold you all at this crucial time in your lives. We will love and remember him always and keep him our conversations like he's still sitting in his chair at the kitchen table.. Love to each of you. Elizabeth & Angelo Mongiello Best Friends Forever.
Camille & Frank Detrizio left a message on March 16, 2018:
Dear Rosie & Family. So very sorry to hear about your husband. Thoughts and prayers are with you and family. Love and God Bless. Camille & Frank Detrizio
Rose Arndt left a message on March 16, 2018:
Bob & I will miss our Sunshine Girls with husbands fun luncheons together with you! We will miss your delicious wine you made every year! We know you are at peace with the Lord! You will always be loved and in our hearts forever!! God Bless you and keep you in His arms forever!! Bob and Rose Arndt
Hatold Dembo left a message on March 16, 2018:
Jimmy was a man of the land. He was a good hearted and respectful person whose life centered on family, religion, friends, community and God's gift--the land. He never complained about any of his health issues and always dealt with them in a calm and reassuring manner. I will miss Jimmy and our monthly breakfast meetings at the Turning Point restaurant. His passing has left a deep void that is not fillable. However, his legacy will be passed on and continued by Rose, his children and grandchildren. The footprints he has left from his time in our world can not be erased. My sincerest condolences to his loving family. Rest in peace Jimmy --you were a good soul. Harold Dembo
Chippy Finer left a message on March 15, 2018:
Dear Allocco family,I am so sorry to hear of Jimmy passing may he Rest In Peace .You are all in my thoughts & prayers. Chippy
Mollie Giamanco left a message on March 15, 2018:
Dear Rose I'm so sad to hear about the passing of Jimmy. He was a caring ,sweet man with a kind heart. I send my love and prayers to you and your family. Mollie Giamanco
JoJo Pica left a message on March 15, 2018:
A candle was lit by JoJo Pica on 2018/03/15
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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