W. Michael Jallick
June 4, 1947 - June 1, 2020
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William Michael (“Mike”) Jallick, 72, Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully Monday, June 1st at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Mike was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is predeceased by his parents, William and Jacqueline Jallick. Mike served his country honorably in the US Navy on the USS Pollux during the Vietnam War. In the Navy, …
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James D Ruhl left a message on June 7, 2020:
Well where do I start, R.I.P. my friend. Now on to my true feelings. Mof and I are very sad and depressed. So many memories and no regrets. Our friend ship started under very strange circumstances and continued for many years. We may not have lived next door all of these years but just a phone call and we were up to date on each other’s problems and feelings, some funny and many serious. Just a call away and we felt like you were still right across the street or just a cold beer away. Loved every minute of our strange friendship and wouldn’t change a thing. We will miss you buddy so I put a call into God, he has assigned you to look over your family first and then he will add a few friends. Our names are on the list. I will end this as we always ended our phone calls. LOVE YOU and we will miss you. Jim and Martha Ruhl
Akesha Williams left a message on June 5, 2020:
A candle was lit by Akesha Williams on 2020/06/05
Todd Jallick left a message on June 5, 2020:
Donna,Christie and Ryan, I know we haven’t talked what seems like forever but I always try to look on the internet to see what I can to make sure you are all doing good. My God, I jut saw this and con not believe what I am reading. What happened to Mike, god I am so sorry for not calling, I know Mike knows I loved home and always looked up to him. I will forever be his Buzzy. Please let me know so I can get up there, LOVE to all Todd 727-560-0199 I lost all my contacts
Becky McGeorge left a message on June 5, 2020:
Donna, I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine just how heartbreaking Mike's death is for you Christie and Ryan. I loved reading his obituary and seeing what a wonderful life he had with all of you. God Bless You and just know that my heart is grieving with you. With Love, Becky
Sandy Greebel (Harbor School) left a message on June 5, 2020:
I am so terribly sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Karen Schaer left a message on June 4, 2020:
A candle was lit by Karen Schaer on 2020/06/04
Karen Schaer left a message on June 4, 2020:
Donna, Christie and Family, I am very saddened and heartbroken to hear about your loss of Mike (Mr. J). His sense of humor, stories, jokes and our talks will be dearly missed. With my deepest sympathy, Karen (dental office)
Barbara Dobozynski left a message on June 4, 2020:
Mike absolutely loved to laugh and joke around. You could laugh with him and joke with him always. At times, he almost couldn't hold back the punch line of a joke or funny story, because he was having so much fun! You could also have deep, soul-searching discussions with him about anything. And I had my share of all of those things with him. He was always game, and he held nothing back. He always greeted me with a huge smile and a big hug. He poured his whole heart into everything he did. When you had his attention, you had all of it. He gave life his all. He was devoted to his family and loved them fiercely. He was a dear, dear friend. I will always remember his laughter and the twinkle in his eye when he told a joke. Cheers to you, my friend. To Donna, Christie, Ryan and the grandkids: You have the deepest of sympathy from George, the boys, and me. George's mom, Anna, and my mom, Rose, also send their love. We will hold all of you and Mike close in our hearts always. With much love: Barbara
**Michael SMITH left a message on June 4, 2020:
Mike this is very hard for me to embrace. We became brothers several years ago and shared various USN stories about our time in the Tonkin Gulf, Vietnam, ports of call, families, work, wine, recreation, special family members, wine and a host of other topics including wine. We debriefed each other quite often when we were under the work guns back in 2013 and I called on you often to vent in the years since. Your advise was genuine when you advised to just quit and enjoy retirement but ails you listened and I overcame my frustrations (somewhat). Your friendship was genuine and turned into a brotherhood that resulted in our love for each other. I will miss you greatly and have recently found myself skipping over your name in FB messenger v sending you some crazy clip. There is little I can say to your family to ease the pain of their loss but I know they know how many people in this world are much better off because they new Mike Jallick the legend on some many fronts. I love you Brother, Mike Smith PS: I bet they have Wine in Heaven. See you one day.
Cathy doris left a message on June 4, 2020:
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Lynn Santos left a message on June 4, 2020:
My favorite memories of Mike are all the good times we had at our backyard get togethers and him yelling KIDS on Halloween with Jill when she was little. He was a great friend and will truly be missed.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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