Patrick Anthony Chiafullo, Jr.
November 24, 1949 - October 14, 2021
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Patrick A. Chiafullo Jr. “Junior”, 71 of Long Branch, NJ passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Thursday, October 14, 2021, due to a heart condition. His sister Patricia and niece Rosanne were at his side. He was born in 1949 to the late Rose (nee Apicelli) and Patrick Chiafullo in Long Branch, where he …
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Rosanne Primavera left a message on October 31, 2021:
Rudy and Rosanne Primavera send their deepest condolences to Ann and Pat's family. We loved Pat and he was one of the nicest guys around. I will always remember him at Johnny's Diner making the best french toast ever!!!! He will be missed. Love and prayers The Primavera Family
Alejandrina Chiafullo May left a message on October 21, 2021:
I loved showing you the ships and waters over here Uncle Pat! I love you and I will miss you dearly. Evie says say hi to Lealu, Thomas, and Meme. <3
Patrick (Ricky) Chiafullo left a message on October 20, 2021:
Rest well, Uncle Pat. You had nothing but love for us all.
Joe Chiafullo left a message on October 20, 2021:
I Love you Brother ❤️
Dennis M Dunn left a message on October 18, 2021:
Fair Winds and Following Seas, Shipmate. Like our ship we are passing but come fall you will remembered.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Deacon Vincent Barreca left a message on October 17, 2021:
Junior…I remember you from many years ago when we visited your family in Long Branch. We shared family ties your Dad and my Gram..May you rest in piece in the embrace of our God…🙏
Richard Bovie left a message on October 17, 2021:
Such sad news. I will always remember Pat as a kind, gemtle person. Rest In Peace and may God Bless Your Family.
Bob Venezia left a message on October 16, 2021:
Pat was always a gentleman. I will all ways have memories of our relationship in the mid 60s and have and will cherish them. R.I.P. Pat.
Toby Keller left a message on October 16, 2021:
Pat was known by many people. I met Pat when I was 16 years old and have always referred to him as Uncle Pat. He always greeted me with a smile and a “hey Tobes”.He had a great personality and always knew how to make you laugh, even when you were having a bad day. I remember driving on the parkway coming back from seaside with jim and we would look for the toll booth he was working at just to say hello. Till this day when I think about it I can hear his voice, either cracking a joke or calling for Anne. He was a great man in my eyes and he will be missed . My prayers go out to the family and friends that are dealing with the loss of such an extraordinary man . Rest In Peace Uncle Pat. Bless those who mourn, eternal God, with the comfort of your love that they may face each new day with hope and the certainty that nothing can destroy the good that has been given. May their memories become joyful, their days enriched with friendship, and their lives encircled by your love.
Joseph A Chiafullo left a message on October 16, 2021:
Well Junior, and I do mean "Junior", because that is all I ever called my Big Brother. Your gone now but not forgotten. One of my craziest memories of us growing up was when you and I were riding our bikes racing down from the top of the hill at Morris Avenue and Broadway. when suddenly I hit a bump that threw me to the ground and I ended up on my back . My Big Brother, following close behind, crashed into me and he bounced off me straight back and landed on the ground himself. we both couldn't believe we weren't hurt. His front tire had hit me right in the middle of my sacrum, must be the hardest bone in the body, and bounced him straight back. We both started laughing so much and couldn't stop. I Love You Big Brother, see you when we meet again.
Camille Gelso Gastrinakis left a message on October 15, 2021:
Your big smile always matched your kind gererous heart. You were my "CUZ" and you will always be remembered with love and affection by me and all the members of the Gelso family. Rest in peace Pat.
Sam Wike left a message on October 15, 2021:
Big man, big heart, big presence, a great voice when he sang Happy Birthday. Funny, grumpy, lived for the Yankees and Giants, was his mother's son, cherished his family, nieces and nephews. Used to stop by his toll plaza when I worked midnights just to bust his chops (and make sure he was awake:) Generous, loved his church and his ladies there, loved calling bingo at the LB Senior Center, taking group bus trips all over the country. We know you're hanging with Jimmy C. arguing Giants/Cowboys, getting loved on and hollered at by your mom and dad, laughing with all your church friends who got there before you. Your passing leaves a big hole, Jr. Keep a watch over all of us, till we meet again. Love ya, big guy.
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