Lucille Ilvento
August 3, 1917 - August 14, 2011
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Lucille R. Ilvento, 94, of Tinton Falls and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. passed away Sunday, August 14th at St. Barnabas Hospice Center, Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Lucille was born in Jersey City: the daughter of Rose and Serafino Carfora. She married Charles Ilvento on October 24, 1937 in Jersey City. They moved to Long Branch …
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Marianne Vincelli left a message on June 1, 2020:
So sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.
thomas libonate left a message on August 21, 2012:
In loving memory of Aunt Lucille, a very special woman, You will alwau be in my heart. Love always. Tom & Merni Libonate of Weston CT, Normandy Beach NJ , Captiva Island FL
Sandra Rubino left a message on August 19, 2012:
When Charlie and Lucille opened the West End Manor in the 1940's, it was the place to go and became a major part of the City of Long Branch for forty years. Many of the Civic organizations held affairs there. Charlie and Lucille were active in many organiztions and were gracious, kind and generous. I remember that all of the Ilvento children worked in the restaurant as they became of age. What a wonderful family. The Rubino family had many celebrations at the Manor,i.e. birthdays, graduation parties, showers, holiday dinners, etc. THE FOOD WAS ALWAYS GOOD. But when 11:00 pm rolled around, Charlie would blink the lights to let you know it was time to go home. Our clan was Rocco and Lena DePaola, Albert and Frances Calabretta w/daughter Linda, Frank and Mary Sorrentino w/daughter Marilyn, James and Florence Scarpino w/children Charles and Wendy, Peter and Sandra Rubino w/son Barry, Joseph and Josephine DeFazio w/sons Raymond and Jackie, John and Patti Rubino wchildren Brian and Gina, Dominic, Jr and Dorothy Rubino w/daughter Cindy, and last Dominic, Sr (also known as Tex). Those that are left, still talk about the good times we had at the Manor. You will always live in our memories. Thanks for all the Happy Times. Sandra Rubino
Gladys Hurley left a message on August 18, 2012:
May God rest your soul. I'll never forget my days working at West End Manor.
Peter Wortman left a message on August 17, 2012:
My heartfelt condolences to Mr. Ilvento, and to Charlie Joe and the entire family of Mrs. Ilvento. Pete Wortman
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Kristina (Di Leo) Andersen left a message on August 17, 2012:
My Father (Dick Di Leo) deeply cared and loved his Aunt Lu. She was a pivotal and profound person in his life. Aunt Lu always has and always will have a very special place in his heart. I remember visiting Aunt Lu and Uncle Charlie, taking rides on their boat and nice conversations with Aunt Lu. I especially remember Aunt Lu teaching me how to play Chinese checkers and playing game after game with me. I thank and honor Aunt Lu for the love she gave to my Father and for being such a kind, energetic, intelligent and loving woman. My deepest sympathies to Uncle Charlie, her family and all that loved Lucille.
Luanne Brock left a message on August 17, 2012:
I can remember all the times I spent upstairs at the West End Manor ... They were such special times and Mrs. Ilvento was so sweet and warm ...I can remember that vividly as a little girl .... They were wonderful years. May you rest in heavenly peace.
Dick Di Leo left a message on August 17, 2012:
Aunt Lu, my Godmother, truly lived up to the title. She was always there for me and guided me throughout my life. She was very fond of my Father, John Di Leo, as they shared many similar interests and deeply respected one another. She was a tremendous help and very supportive to me, my Mother (Lu’s sister Ann) and my siblings when my Father passed away. I spent many summers at the West End Manor and have so many wonderful memories with my cousins. When my wife’s (Monika) parents visited from Germany, Aunt Lu and Uncle Charlie surprised them along with other relatives a dinner at the West End Manor. The dinner was more like a king’s feast and the evening was spectacular. My in-laws were so honored and never forgot it and always asked about Aunt Lu and Uncle Charlie. Aunt Lu never forgot my birthday no matter where I was (in the Army, FL, Germany, etc) and she always remembered our children’s events. I will always remember her as a wonderful, very positive, smart and energetic person. I will miss her and she will forever have a special place in my heart.
Dorothy LIcitra left a message on August 17, 2012:
Michael Penta left a message on August 16, 2012:
I have known Lucille for more than 50 years by not only dining at the renown West End Manor, but in being especially blessed when her daughter, Rosemary, who became a most important, vital and beloved member of our Penta family, married my brother. Throughout all of those years and in so many conversations I had with Lucille at family and social gatherings, I never ceased to be amazed at the scope of her knowledge with virtually any topic. She truly had an amazing mind, and it very delightfully produced for me some refreshing, food-for-thought opinions which, I affectionately say, I didn't always agree with. Nonetheless, she had an ingenious and winning way of convincing me to "see it as she did.".........those moments always make me smile! Memories of her will remain quite indelible for the rest of my life! She so deserves to rest in peace after a very fulfilling life of dedication to Charlie, her cherished family, and a multitude of friends. With greatest respect and love to you, Lucille..........may choirs of angels sing you to your rest! Michael Penta
Dick Bruno left a message on August 16, 2012:
My deepest condolences -Charley,Joseph, Charlesand Rosemary- on your loss. I have the fondest memories of past summers spent with all of you and your mom. She was a great person
Jim & Joyce Rose left a message on August 16, 2012:
We will miss your company and the fun we had at the Yacht Club, Guillianis,Cruises and your company in gemeral. Love Kay, Joyce & JIm
Marie Campbell-Ramos left a message on August 16, 2012:
Aunt Lucille was an amazing women. She was always there for me and my family & was a wonderful "big sister" to my mom Marie. She could always make me laugh- even at the worst of times. I will never forget all the fun times we had at the West End Manor or the way she called me "Lovie" With Love- Maria
Cherie Britton Meara left a message on August 16, 2012:
I had the pleasure to meet Mrs. Ilvento and she was always so sweet and kind while in her company. I wish her family and dear friends my thoughts and prayers at this time. May all your wonderful memories of her always hold close to your heart and bring a smile to your face! With Sympathy, Cherie Britton Meara
Trina Peduto Colford left a message on August 16, 2012:
My parents and your Mom and Dad had strong connection since they were all from Jersey City, and I went to school Maria Ilvento. Most of my teenage summers were spent with my parents at the West End Manor. Our parents would rent a room for the entire summer, and it literally is where I blossomed into womanhood and made some incredibly long lasting memories. I remember Mr. and Mrs. Ilvento fondly, and one summer, I even lived there with my parents AND worked as a chambermaid as well. We had some wonderful times there and across the street at Surfside Beach Club. I still live in the area and look fondly above the restaurant to my old room and regale my children with stories of being a teenager at the West End Manor. The Pedutos, Ilventos, Colacurcios, Trisolinis and the Tillmans were all great friends. I really miss those wonderful days. May she rest in peace and get to see all of her friends and family in Heaven.
Greg and Jackie left a message on August 15, 2012:
We loved when Ronnie took us to Asbury Park and went on the rides at the boardwalk.
Lisa Di Leo Mercer left a message on August 15, 2012:
I just wanted to share how much I loved visiting the West End Manor with my grandmother, whom I called Nanny (Ann, Lu's sister) and also with my parents, Richard (Lu's nephew) and Monika. Aunt Lu and Uncle Charlie treated us like gold and made us feel so welcome and loved. Aunt Lu was a little woman, but boy was she feisty! I like to think I got some of that Carfora blood! I'll treasure the memories forever of such a big, loving, warm-hearted family. My condolences to all. Much Love, Lisa
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
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