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John J. Sutor

John J. Sutor

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John J. Sutor, 80, of Whiting, died on Sunday, June 28, 2020. Born and raised in Perth Amboy, he lived many years in Scotch Plains before retiring to Whiting 15 years ago. Mr. Sutor was a Teacher who obtained two master’s degrees in education and retired after 39 years of dedicated service to his students with the Long Hill Township Board of Education. He was a communicant of St. Barnabas Church in Bayville and a member of the Knights of Columbus, St. Barnabas Council #8603 of Bayville. John was active in the Knights of Columbus since joining in 1982. He was also a member of the John D McMahon Assembly #1926 in Toms River. He has served many positions within the organization including Grand Knight and Financial Secretary. He also held the offices of Comptroller and Faithful Navigator of the 4th Degree. John was proactive in all aspects of the Knights and was especially proud of his role as Honor Guard in the Assembly Color Corp. John was an avid softball player and coach, a “die hard” Rutgers football fan and an excellent cook. He was locally famous for his delicious Pound Cake. He was an extensive traveler and enjoyed fishing. Mr. Sutor was predeceased by his loving wife Maryann in 2006 and by his son-in-law Cameron Letters.

Surviving are his three children, Joann Letters, Scott Sutor and his wife Erin and Susan Kerr and her husband Charles, his brother Dr. Ronald Sutor of Oklahoma City, Ok. and his devoted grandchildren, Megan, Collin, William, Jessica, Lauren and Madeline, also he is survived by his companion Kaye Fenti.

There will a viewing on Monday, July 6th, from 7pm to 9pm at the Mastapeter memorial Home, 270 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville. Only 25 people can be in the building at once and masks must be worn. This will be strictly enforced if attending. Tuesday, relatives and friends of 50 people or less, are kindly invited to meet at St. Barnabas Church, 33 Woodland Road, Bayville, to celebrate an 11am Funeral Mass. Mask must be worn. In lieu of flowers, donations in John’s memory to: Knights of Columbus Council #8603, ( or mail to same address as the church.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Monday, July 6th, 2020 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Monday, July 6th, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Mastapeter Memorial Home (Bayville)
    270 Atlantic City Blvd.
    BAYVILLE, NJ 08721
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    No viewing on Friday. Please meet at Church.
  • Service

    Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 11:00am
    St. Barnabas Church
    33 Woodland Road
    BAYVILLE, NJ 08721
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    After Mass, the funeral will conclude.


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Pat Brian Sean and Paige and Long Hill Education Association sent flowers to the family of John J. Sutor.
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Amy Lanks

Posted at 09:13am
My husband and I will always have the best memories with my Mom and John Sutor. Disney was our place and we did it all. John always kept up with us three fanatics and did very well. He loved the characters and always said how much joy they bought to all ages. He loved seeing all the new stuff. His most recent visit was filled with new stuff and John was thrilled. We will always remember all the funny memories especially Johns hat that flew off at the Tower of Terror. He was so friendly to cast members and other guests striking up conversations any time.
We will miss you forever.
Rest In Peace Johnny Poundcake #16 (I will never forget when we came up with the idea of his infamous jersey and Bob came up with the 16. It is one of my favorite memories and makes me laugh).

Bob nardelli

Posted at 01:18pm
JOHN was a class act that will surely be missed.I met John 7 years ago he showed me respect and it was easy to love him as a fellow human being we have played softball together sometimes on the same team but we played the game to have fun and recreation. Rest In Peace my friend my thoughts and prayers go out to your loved ones.

Pat Brian Sean and Paige

Posted at 08:23am
We are thinking of you during this difficult...With love and hugs,
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Kaye Fenti

Posted at 01:07pm
John was kind, considerate, understanding, loving and always ready to lend a hand. We shared many wonderful adventures. We use to love browsing antique stores or checking out craft shows, and beach time in the summer. Many trips to the “Happiest Place on Earth”, he loved all rides but especially the fast ones! Disney cruises to Alaska, Bahamas and Caribbean, Riverboat cruise on Danube, and trips to many different European cities, once in a lifetime Gondola ride in Venice. He loved Rutgers football and couldn’t wait to use those season passes and bring along his famous blueberry pound cake which earned him the nickname of “Johnny Poundcake”.
He loved his family and was so proud of his six grandchildren. I want to express all my deepest sympathy at this sad time to the entire family. I was lucky to have shared 12 wonderful years with John , and I will truly miss him, but he will forever remain in my heart.

Rest In Peace,
All my love
Kaye 💕

Amy Lanks Posted at 08:46am

❤️❤️❤️💗💗💗 Will always have the BEST memories of all our Disney trips!!!!!!!

Richard G. Murdock

Posted at 10:23am
"Johnny" was a dear friend who I knew from high school and college days. We commuted to school together and played "honeymoon pinochle" in the Ledge. He was my Best Man at my wedding and remained a close friend over some 60 years. I will mss him. My sincere condolences to Joann, Scott, Susan, and Ronald. While I will not be with you at his service, my thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Rich Murdock

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