Pamela Pulsinelli

Pamela Lynn "Pam" Pulsinelli

Friday, March 2nd, 1962 - Friday, June 19th, 2020
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Pamela Lynn Pulsinelli, 58, of Bradley Beach passed away suddenly on Friday, June 19, 2020 at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune. Pam worked as a waitress at Federici’s on 10th in Belmar for last 10 years. She also worked at Brennen’s Steakhouse in Neptune City. Previously, she taught arts and crafts for the Bound Brook Recreation Department.
She was a graduate of Bound Brook High School and then received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Central Connecticut.
Born in Plainfield, raised in Bound Brook and lived in Neptune City before moving to Bradley Beach 8 years ago.
Pam loved her family and friends and enjoyed spending time on the beach.
She joins her father, George J. Pusinelli in heaven as well as her maternal grandparents, Thomas and Coral Hughes; paternal grandparents, Albert and Elizabeth Pulsinelli; and her aunt, Virginia Pulsinelli.
Surviving is her mother, Ann Marie “Micki” Pusinelli of Lakewood; brothers, Gregg Pulsinelli (Tara Pulsinelli) of Bound Brook and Randy Pulsinelli (Christine Cardellino) of Belmar; sisters, Melissa Pulsinelli (Wes Kruse) of Denver, CO and Brooke Pulsinelli also of Denver, CO; step-son, Matthew Pruden of Wall; nieces, Ophelia and Marielle Pusinelli; nephews, Levi and Calvin Polon and Gregg and Anthony Pulsinelli; as well as her former husband, Scott Pruden of Neptune City and many other dear aunts uncles and cousins. She also leaves her beloved cat, Geo.
In keeping with the Covid-19 guidelines, a celebration of her life will be planned in the near future when life gets back to normal. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the Jersey Shore Animal Center, 185 Brick Blvd, Brick, NJ 08723.
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Diane Barboe

Posted at 08:50pm
Shocked and sad to learn of Pam's passing. I was searching google to possibly reconnect when I found this awful news. Pam and I met at Central Connecticut where we became friends and apt. mates. Her and her family we so wonderful to take me into their home for a summer break. Pam and I had a great time working at the Ground Round ,enjoying the beach and night life !
I'm so sorry we lost touch after college, and did not reconnect, but will always remember all the good times we shared. My deepest sympathy to the Pulsinelli family , may God bless you at this time of sorrow. Rest In Peace my friend.

Lennie and Ed Gann

Posted at 08:30pm
My wife and I always looked forward to seeing Pamela. We will always remember her beautiful smile, warm personality, and her wonderful laughter. We hope her family and friends will find comfort in knowing she is held in the highest regard by so many people. Rest In Peace. You are missed.

Theresa Masessa Fritsch

Posted at 11:54am
To the Pulsinelli Family - It was just last weekend the girls from Middlesex HS class of ‘81 were thinking of Pam which makes her passing so surreal to us. Pam bridged town rivalry gaps and we were lucky enough to be recipients of her generous soul. Not even sure how we met her but she came into our lives like a force that will never be forgotten! Although we lost touch with Pam over the years, she gave us memories to last a lifetime. She threw the best parties hands down!! Her love of Bruce was infectious as was her laugh. In the early 80’s we spent a week with Pam and the girls from BBHS in Seaside. We returned with a year’s worth of stories and memories that still make us belly laugh today!! We agree with Kim - Pam will forever remain frozen in time as our friend who bridged a fierce town rivalry gap and forged some really great friendships. RIP our friend and enjoy the ‘The Promised Land’!

Barbara Taylor

Posted at 07:24pm
What a joy and honor to have known and loved Pam. Pam’s life was far too short, but it made a big impact on so many that loved her. She has been a light my the world and always will be. The memory of Pam and her love will live in my heart forever. May God grant the Pulsinelli family comfort.

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Kim Griffin

Posted at 11:50am
The First few decades of our lives we shared so laughter and we fought like sisters lol but always came back around. Elementary School to High School to Middlesex County College. You helped me get my first waitressing job and then my second and then my third. I remember going to pick you up to go to school and your Mom always had a glass of OJ for me and a vitamin ... The wedding shower you organized for me and you consoling me through my own losses. I remember you being there when I broke my foot off the Garden State Parkway and you guys had to bring me to the hospital, and you said ,"If we are driving all the way here, you better of broken that foot!"... and then I walked out with a cane and you throw skittles at me LOL we laughed so hard the nurse had to throw us out the ER! So for me you are frozen in time with a smile that went on forever and your laughter that echoed in my ears. Til we meet again rest well, my friend xoxoxox Kim Slater Griffin

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