Marie A. De Vito
June 28, 1940 - October 28, 2021
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Long Branch, NJ 07740
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West Long Branch, NJ 07764
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Marie A. DeVito, 81, of Long Branch, died on Thursday, October 28. She was born in 1940 to the late Patricia and Nicholas Grasso in Long Branch. Marie attended Star of the Sea Academy and then graduated from Red Bank Catholic High School. After high school, she graduated as a beautician from Park Beauty School …
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PAMELA D CASTALDO left a message on December 18, 2021:
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Jonathan Grasso left a message on November 2, 2021:
I will miss my Aunt Marie. Growing up in Florida I only was able to see my aunts and cousins sparingly, usually around Christmas. I have great memories of spending the holidays with aunt Marie, uncle Auggie, aunt Barbara, Michael, Steven, and Christopher. She had a great laugh and beautiful voice! I will miss one of my two favorite chickens. I have no doubt she is reunited with Auggie, telling stories, laughing, and getting dealt in on the next poker game. Love you and will miss you!
Jason and Jenna Jacondin left a message on November 1, 2021:
In memory of Marie A. De Vito, Jason and Jenna Jacondin lit a candle
Arlene M. Collins-Corrado left a message on October 31, 2021:
Have joyful memories of our days at RBC. RIP Marie.
Papatti McGrath Homefield left a message on October 31, 2021:
RIP Fellow Casey!! 🙏💔☘🙏💔☘
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Mary Madolyn Lepore left a message on October 31, 2021:
Our heartfelt sympathies to Marie’s family. Our thoughts are with you! My brothers and I have fond memories of Marie & Angie as loving & caring people. Truly, Mary Madolyn and Squilante Family
Jon & Eileen Scoles left a message on October 31, 2021:
I've known Marie since I met her brother in third grade at Star of the Sea. Over the years getting to know her and her husband Augie, they were two of the kindest and most fun people to be around. They showed me what true love of your fellow man really means. She was always there with a smile and a hug and always happy to see you. She had the remarkable virtue of always being full of joy. We will unfortunately be out of town until Wednesday but our thoughts & prayers are with the DeVito & Grasso families. We will donate to St. Vincent de Paul in her honor.
Beth Arentsen left a message on October 31, 2021:
Sending light and love to the DeVito family. Marie is in our hearts and prayers.
Millie Ricci West Long Branch. left a message on October 31, 2021:
Condolences to Marie's family and children. I met Marie and Augie at many social gatherings. We sat at same table and had lots of laughter. Found out she knew my younger brother and gave her my phone to call him in California when we were together. Will always remember her great attitude in life ,smiles, and lots of kindness. She will be missed but I keep her memory in my heart. Millie Ricci WLB.
Rina DeLisa Caprioni left a message on October 31, 2021:
My condolence to Marie's family. The memory I have of Marie is one of a loving and outgoing person. Her faith carried her through the hardships she faced in her life. Rest in Peace, Marie Rina DeLisa Caprioni
Frani & Tom Picard left a message on October 31, 2021:
Mere words can NOT express the deep feelings I have for my DEAR GODMOTHER! I've known her ALL my life, since we all grew up on Indiana Ave. together. I have SOOOO MANY FOND MEMORIES of Marie, from her coming to our house to do our hair on Saturdays for church on Sunday, to her & Auggie helping me with my homework, and especially having her as my daughter's Godmother, too! Way TOO MANY to put down here! RIP, my DEAREST GODMOTHER, Marie!! LOVE & PEACE to Michael, Steven, and Christopher..and Nicky and the ENTIRE FAMILY!! ALWAYS, Frani & Tom
Teri Ferraro Burrows left a message on October 31, 2021:
Mrs Devito had the voice of an angel and was a wonderful mentor to my musical son. She was a woman of great faith and a dear friend of our family. She will truly be missed, but never forgotten.. Rest In Peace and fly with the angels! 🙏
Vincent & Michele Tursi left a message on October 31, 2021:
God Bless your sweet beautiful soul. You're so loved. You're in the arms of the angels. Rest in peace.
Mike Ippolito left a message on October 31, 2021:
I was saddened to learn of Marie’s passing. Many good memories of the Grasso family, next-door neighbors on Indiana Ave. in the 1950’s. Sincere condolences to her children and extended family.
Bianca & William Kellam left a message on October 31, 2021:
We are so sorry to lose a friend from RBCH. We so enjoyed our lunches at the Molly. May God bless her and your family. Bianca & Bill.
Donna Briant left a message on October 31, 2021:
When I remember Aunt Marie, I think of family gatherings. We'd get together for birthdays, holidays, BBQs, beach days, and even hurricanes. I think of her lasagna, briscola games, and her pirate grab bag on Christmas Eve. The memories are filled with warmth, great fun, and the love of a close knit family. Rest in peace, Aunt Marie, as you are reunited with Uncle Auggie and your friends and family who have gone before you.
Mary Ann McKenzie left a message on October 30, 2021:
Marie was a great friend who you would make you laugh no matter how she was feeling. She spoke her mind as do I and I guess that's why we got along so well. There was no pretends with Marie, what you saw is what you got. She will be sorely missed both as a friend to many and at St. Vincent dePaul Society meetings. Rest in Peace Marie, you're with your best friend Augie and God.
Diane Johantgen left a message on October 30, 2021:
In memory of Marie A. De Vito, Diane Johantgen lit a candle
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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