Joan C. Fiumefreddo
May 11, 1934 - January 29, 2022
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Joan C. Fiumefreddo, 87, of West End, died peacefully in her home on January 29,2022.  She was born and raised in Bayonne, NJ and with her husband Charles raised their family before moving to West End, NJ when he retired.  Joan was an alumnus of Bayonne High School. Joan was the beloved wife of the …
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Carolyn F Rogerson left a message on February 10, 2022:
Joan Fiumefreddo, a lovely, gracious lady. Joan and her beloved husband Charles contributed so much good to this world.
Jill(Aniszewski)Vinciguerra left a message on February 2, 2022:
❤️ Beautiful picture for such a beautiful woman! Cousin Joannie was a Class Act All the Way! Thank you for all the fond memories we had growing up with each other on the shore & in Bayonne! One of my dearest ones are when your Mother gave me her long black cigarette holder!💞 Audrey Hepburn all the way! Now, Dad is holding the biggest party Heaven has ever seen! (Lost Micheal in March, so I’m sure he’ll be there.. Love & Prayers to All, Jill 😘
Marcello Cerniglia left a message on February 2, 2022:
Joanne & Mike, peace and strength to you and the family during this difficult time.
Evelyn Lavender left a message on February 1, 2022:
Farewell BFF, friends 73 years
Dr. Sal and Rosemarie Cerniglia left a message on February 1, 2022:
Our deepest condolences to all. We certainly have such beautiful memories with your parents. They will always be close to our hearts. May her soul have perpetual light shine upon her by the mercy of God.....
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
James c. Thomson left a message on February 1, 2022:
This truly is an END OF AN ERA, for me. We first met in the 60’s on Plaza Court in Elberon, As Neighbors. My partner of 50 Years, Roger & I were welcomed into their Family and had the pleasure of watching them raise Joann & Charles, Jr. After then they moved to the Cove and remained wonderful Friends. Charlie & Joan were so generous sharing their life resources. When I retired I started a Limo Service and had to pleasure of driving Charlie to his Office in NY, but the best rides, involved driving him to a Jersey City Restaurant where Charlie would pick-up the Jesuit President if St. Peter’s University and being with him at the restaurant where Charlie would meet about a 6 future students he gifted 4 years of Tuition, every year. My final contacts with this beautiful couple was attending mass conducted by Fr. John Butler, in their beautiful Apartment at the Cove. After they left Bayonne, they never strayed more than a few blocks from St. Michael’s,, their entire life. What a wonderful privilege to have been a part of this journey. May God Bless You Joan and RIP. Just, your, JIMMY TWO CANES THOMSON.
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