Sam Di Vita
Date of Death: July 2, 2010
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Sam Di Vita, 97, of West Long Branch, died Friday, July 2, 2010, at his home. Born in Rochester, NY, he was a resident of West Long Branch for the past 59 years. Sam was a scientist for the department of the Army, Fort Monmouth, retiring in 1982 after 41 years. He began civilian service …
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Ron & Patty Speziale left a message on July 21, 2011:
God Bless You and Take Care of You Uncle Sam.
Grace Standorf left a message on July 9, 2011:
Sam, I'm glad that I had the chance to meet you. It seems that everyone in the Myer Center at Fort Monmouth knew you. You were always smiling and always took the time to say hello. Rest in peace, Sam. You will certainly be missed.
Henri Geddings left a message on July 8, 2011:
Thank you "Sam" for being such a wounderful blessing in our lives. You have touched our hearts, our souls and made us better just by knowing you. May you rejoice in heaven now with your beloved Rose. You will live on forever in our hearts. Henri & Tom
Dale Compton left a message on July 7, 2011:
Sam, you will be missed dearly. Enjoyed the good ole' days of having lunch in the cafeteria and having a good laugh. You are the guiding light that shines forever in my heart.
Guest left a message on July 6, 2011:
Collegue @ s&tCD Nice fella, Always said hi when he passed you by.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Mike (CECOM employee) left a message on July 6, 2011:
Although I never met Mr DiVita his accomplishments were very instrumental to our way of live and what a great way to leave your mark on earth. My thoughts and prayers are with the family of this great man.
Rita Bossone Cianci left a message on July 6, 2011:
I'll never forget you Sammy! Such a sweet man. I will always remember you walking past my office at the Myers Center. You always used to stop in and we would speak Italian to each other. You will always be in our hearts!!! We Love you! Rita, Joe, Sub and Gianna xoxoxo
Ed Hakim left a message on July 6, 2011:
I have been retired for a dozen years, after workiing for 35 years at ET&DL! Sam was my mentor giving sage advise & a lot of laughts! The halls of the Hex will never be the same!!
Karen,Tom & Toby Fortunato left a message on July 5, 2011:
Cherished memories of you will always live in our hearts. From your trips to Rochester with Aunt Rose to our many phone conversation. Thank you for your caring ways,your knowledge,wisdom and mostly just being part of our lives. You are our great Uncle that is now sorely missed. We love you and will remember you always. Karen,Tom&Toby, xoxoxo
Cynthia and Rick Zigmund left a message on July 5, 2011:
Sam was my father's (George Dunn) best man and was like an uncle to my sister Joy and (late) brother George. He and Rose would often come to visit and spend the day with us. After Rose passed away, Sam loved going to the Buttonwood Manor with mom and dad for lunch or dinner, and spent many Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays with us at my parent's home in Eatontown. Sam was always a presence in our lives--he had a generous heart, and a great sense of humor. Rest in peace, Sam -- we'll miss you.
Dorothy Speciale left a message on July 4, 2011:
We will always remember when you and aunt Rose came to visit us in Mt.Holly. When you passed the sewage treatment plant you were ready to take us back to your home until you got to our apartment complex. It was so beautiful and new. The last time we saw you was when you had a conference in Newport News, VA. We spent some wonderful moments at your hotel lounge having snacks and catching up on the latest news. We love you, Uncle Sam, Dorothy and Mickey
Lorraine Smith left a message on July 4, 2011:
I was Sam's assitant at Fort Monmouth. It was my great privilege to record the events of his accomplishments there since 1942. I grew very close to him out of respect for his remarkable achievements and out of love for the honorable man he was. He had two favorite sayings: Well, have I confused you enough???? and my favorite... "It was spiritual blessing that helped me... May those blessings stay with you always. Love, Lorraine
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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