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Alfonso Santoro

Alfonso "Al" Santoro

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Alfonso “Al” Santoro, 80, of Beachwood NJ, passed away on January 26, 2020 after a long illness. Al was born in in Newark, NJ on May 20, 1939. He proudly served his country in the US Army from 1958-1960. He was employed as Commissioner for the Board of Elections of Toms River for many years and was head of the Democratic party of Ocean County. The love of Al’s life was his grandchildren and he cherished every moment with them.

Mr. Santoro is predeceased by his parents Raymond and Anna Santoro. Surviving are his beloved wife Nell Santoro; his son Vincent Santoro; two grandchildren Vincent and Hayley Santoro; sisters Jovanna Scarpelli and Carol Ann Patrick and husband Charlie; brother Raymond Santoro; sister-in-law Lucy Zoufal who was with Al during his long Illness. Also surviving are six nieces and nephews.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Mastapeter Memorial Home in Bayville. A Memorial Service will be announced later.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 | 11:30am - 1:30pm
    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 11:30am - 1:30pm
    Mastapeter Memorial Home (Bayville)
    270 Atlantic City Blvd.
    BAYVILLE, NJ 08721
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Memorial Service
  • Service

    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 1:00pm
    Mastapeter Memorial Home (Bayville)
    270 Atlantic City Blvd.
    BAYVILLE, NJ 08721
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Karen Lisk-Hill

Posted at 06:14pm
My deepest sympathies to you all.........I used to babysit for Vincent when he was a little man........keeping you all in prayer

Doris Cline

Posted at 12:44pm
A sad day when we heard of our precious Brother-in-law, Al Santoro's passing. We loved him dearly, his memories will live with us forever. No better person than Al, he will be missed by all.
Our thoughts and prayers for his family.
Dottie and Chris Fairleigh
Shady Shores, TX

Jo cansler

Posted at 04:34pm
I moved in with Al & Nell in 1978 my first memory was Al stabbing me in the hand with a fork as we both went for the last meatball anybody who knows Al knew he was a fabulous cook especially Italian .
He always had that grin/smile on his face always
I worked at Seaside Heights on the boardwalk before I got a car he used to take me to work every day and hit every pothole between Beachwood and Seaside Heights and every evening he would come and get me from work and hit all the potholes on the way home
The one thing I can tell you for sure his love for his son Vinnie he always protected him even at times I wanted to kill him
He was always in a good mood when his hearing aids were off and he did have a habit of cutting them off quite a bit when Vinnie and I were around I’m still trying to wonder why
He was one of the great uncles unfortunately he was the last they don’t make them like Al anymore he would do anything and everything for you
I loved him and love him dearly and he will be greatly missed he was one of the best man I’ve ever met and would wanna ever meet
God certainly has a special place for him and I know one day I’ll see him I hope he’s not carrying a fork in his hand
With love
Your niece little Jo Rita

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