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Thomas Chirichello

Thomas Chirichello

Tuesday, May 9th, 1972 Friday, April 17th, 2020

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Obituary for Thomas M. Chirichello

Thomas M. Chirichello, 47, lifelong resident of Middletown, passed away Friday, on April 17, 2020 at Community Medical Center, Toms River. He was born in Union, on May 9, 1972. Tommy was retired from Traffic Lines, as a Line painter. He was known by his friends and family as being a great handy man, he could fix anything he got his hands on. Tommy enjoyed being around his family and going camping with them, but his pride and joy was his grandson Brayden. He was predeceased by his parents; Thomas Chirichello and Linda Rosamilia, his son; Max Chirichello and his brother; Nelson Rosamilia. Thomas is survived by three daughters; Allison Chirichello of Keansburg, Taylor and Morgan Chirichello both of Point Pleasant, his father; Nickolas Rosamilia Sr of Jackson, three brothers; Donnie Chirichello of Middletown, Ronny Chirichello of Florida, Nickolas Rosamilia Jr. of Florida and, three sisters; Tammy Centimole of Jackson, Dawn Rosamilia of Jackson and Jen Delpercio of Florida, a grandson; Brayden, five nephews; Willy, Nickolas, Gabe, Nelson and Lukas, five nieces; Samantha, Gianna, Kaleigh, Angelina and Lyn-Lyn, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. Arrangements were entrusted to the Jacqueline M. Ryan Home for Funerals, 233 Carr Avenue, Keansburg. Due to the current health crisis a private visitation will be held for family only. Thomas's cremation will also be private. To leave a condolences for the family, please visit, www.jacquelinemryanfh.com.

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Charlene Thompson

May you Rest in Paradise Tommy, We knew each other since we were kids and whenever I would run into you, you always gave me a hug so tight and we would talk about good memories of being young teens and drinking on the beach Lol I will miss running into you....Til I see you again, in my heart forever xoxo Charlene
Comment | Posted at 05:11pm via Condolence

Stephanie Campbell

Tommy it is so hard to believe that I will not be getting anymore phone calls from you. God knows you were such a GREAT FRIEND to me & my family when I lived in North Middletown. When I moved back to Brooklyn we continued to stay in touch. I will miss you VERY MUCH. I know one day we will see each other again so until that day Tommy Rest Easy. Watch over all of us who are left behind. You will be missed. 💔
Comment | Posted at 04:49am via Condolence
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Janet Carlin Foley

Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed, so very dear❤️
Comment | Posted at 09:55pm via Condolence
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Robert Galvan

I will not say good bye. I will say see you later cuz. I know one day we will see each other again. I wish we had more time with you for as we got older and had our life take us in different direction we did not get to see each other enough. I have so many memories of you. So until we see each other again you will be missed never forgotten. RIP Tommmy love ya cuz
Comment | Posted at 01:10pm via Condolence
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Melissa

My condolences to the family
Comment | Posted at 12:46pm via Condolence
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