John J. Delaney
Date of Death: October 23, 2011
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John J. “Jack” Delaney 77 of Holmdel died Sunday, October 23, at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. He was employed for 44 years with Lucent Technologies, Holmdel before retiring in 1996 as Department Chief for their Computers Division. He was a graduate of Seton Hall Prep and Seton Hall University. He was a parishioner of …
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Scott Durstewitz left a message on October 26, 2012:
Dear Mrs. Delaney and Family, My families' thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at the loss of Jack. The Durstewitz Family
Maureen Holden left a message on October 25, 2012:
My dear Uncle Jack, how you will be missed. Your ready smile always genuine and warm, your laugh and your kind and gentle spirit. Only kind words ever spoken by Uncle Jack!! I remember Nana calling you Jackie and her favorite picture of you when you were a young boy with your blond curly locks. She treasured that picture. You are loved and missed. Aunt Nancy, Eileen, Johnny and Carolyn - I am truly saddened for your loss. I know he is watching over your children.
Lucy Ortiz left a message on October 25, 2012:
Jack was one of the first people I met at AT&T my first week at work. He was a wonderful person, never mean-spirited or rude, and always conducted business in a warm and professional manner. My condolences to his family - I'm sure he will be missed.
Paula Alves left a message on October 25, 2012:
I was very saddened by this news. Jack was my first manager at AT&T/Lucent and I remember him fondly. My thoughts and condolences to Nancy and the entire Delaney family.
Jo-Anne McGowan Gutsch left a message on October 25, 2012:
Dear Delaney Family, I'm so very sorry for your loss. When you know someone for most of yor life it is very hard to describe what a loss it is, so many years cannot be summed up in a paragraph. He was such a nice man and I have so many fond memories. May he rest in peace. with love and our deepest sympathies. Jo-Anne(McGowan), Mike, Jennifer and Ben Gutsch
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mary cay left a message on October 25, 2012:
Jack was a wonderful role model in many ways--husband, father,friend, volunteer and man of Faith.He was inspiring and always of good cheer. We will miss his presence at St. Catharine's.Our prayers our with his loving wife,children and grandchildren. Mary Cay, Rick , Caroline, Elizabeth and Margaret Cancelosi
Bob Cardone left a message on October 25, 2012:
I first met Jack at my interview for AT&T in 1984 and worked with him for many years. Jack was instrumental in shaping many of the careers of the kids who just joined AT&T out of college. He was our manager, a mentor, but most of all a great friend. Jack took a genuine interest in helping us navigate the corporate world and guided us to make the most of every opportunity that was available for growing our careers. I will always remember Jack for his easy going approach to work, his laugh, and his friendship; he was truly one of the �good guys� and tops in my book. My deepest sympathies to Nancy and the family.
John Mulvaney left a message on October 25, 2012:
The first time I met Jack was on my Lucent interview. After the introduction,we eventually started talking about where our families were from. I discovered that Jack knew who my father and other friends/family members were. They all grew up in Vailsburg around the same time. We took turns throwing out names and it was amazing how many people we had in common. I am grateful for the opportunity Jack provided me. He looked out for all of us. He was the boss, but a good friend first. I am deeply saddened on hearing he passed. My condolences to Nancy and the Delaney family.
Scott Questad left a message on October 25, 2012:
Jack was first a supervisor, but ultimately a friend. I doubt he ever met anyone who could think of him as other than a friend. No memory I have of Jack lacks that warm smile - unless, of course, it was replaced by his laugh. My condolences to Nancy and the rest of the family.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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