Vincent Maresca

Vincent Maresca

Wednesday, August 10th, 1938 - Thursday, November 28th, 2019
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Vincent Maresca, 81, of the West Belmar section of Wall Township passed away November 28, 2019 after a long illness. Born in Jersey City, served US Army, graduated Fairleigh Dickinson University, and moved to West Belmar in 1965. Avid gardener, traveler, hiker, photographer, videographer, and family man, he was often seen walking the Belmar boardwalk or trails in Allaire Sate Park with family and friends. He was passionate about traveling and family trips to America’s historic sites, museums, and national parks. His gardens and yard produced a myriad of flowering beauty, fruit trees, and vegetables sharing the bounty with his family, friends, and co-workers. He was a CPA and comptroller for the Midland Glass Company, Miller Staffing, and Doerner & Golderg. He was a devout man predeceased by his beloved wife Rose and brother Michael. Survived by his brothers Jerry and Anthony, his sisters-in-law Sissy Harris and Cynthia DeStaven, his children Annmarie Wileczek & husband Richard, Vincent Maresca III & wife Gena, and Laura Driscoll & husband Kevin and seven grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, December 2, 2019 at 10:30am in St. Catharine’s Church, 215 Essex Ave., Spring Lake, NJ 07762. Arrangements under the direction of the O’Brien Funeral Home, Wall Township.
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    Monday, December 2nd, 2019 | 10:30am
    Monday, December 2nd, 2019 10:30am
    St. Catharine's Church
    215 Essex Avenue
    SPRING LAKE, NJ 07762
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john spencer

Posted at 10:01am
Please accept my condolences and sorrow to hear of Vince's death. I was a co-worker with Vince at Midland Glass and remember him as a gentleman and kind man.
Warmest Regards,
John and Barbara Spencer

Anna Wheeler

Posted at 04:04pm
Many childhood memories. He will be missed
Anna Wheeler

Paula Schlosser

Posted at 10:45am
Our beloved friend Vince, who we worked with at Midland Glass for many years know that you are now in heaven with Rose...May you rest in peace....Our sympathy the the Maresca family......Paula & Roland Schlosser..

Jacqueline Holmes

Posted at 10:21am
Uncle Vinny you were a loving and kind uncle that will be sadly missed. You brought alot of joy to peoples lives. Forever in our hearts.
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Lena Wileczek

Posted at 02:00pm
My Poppy. The seven of us are more than lucky to have had the great American dream like relationship with our grandparents. You and Nan showered us with love our entire lives and made each of us feel special every time we walked through the door. You’re dry sense of humor, calling me your favorite granddaughter every time you spoke to me, still makes me giggle just like it did when I was a young girl. You taught us grandchildren how to love your family, to work hard, never stop pursuing your education and goals, to travel the world and always thank the Lord for every single blessing. Seany and I are following in your footsteps of service and all the grandkids are becoming successful and kind humans that you’re going to continue to be proud of. Thank you for raising our amazing parents and showing us all more than words can transcribe. Just because you’re leaving, doesn’t mean you’re not right by our sides. I’ll close my eyes and say a prayer and know you’ll be here. Until we meet again my poppy.

- Your favorite granddaughter.

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