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Michael Jenoriki

Michael Jenoriki

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Michael Jenoriki, Jr., 91, of Bayville, died peacefully at home on July 3, 2019. Born and raised in Newark, he lived many years in Edison and moved to Bayville 40 years ago. Mr. Jenoriki was a Millwright and a certified Black Seal Boiler Technician and retired from Berkeley Township Board of Education. Michael proudly served his country in the US Marine Corp from 1945 to 1948 and then re-enlisted into the Merchant Marines serving untill 1951. He was a member of the VFW Post #9503 of Berkeley Township and a long standing member of the B.P.O.Elks Lodge of Metuchen. He was predeceased by his first wife Catherine and by his second wife Dorothy.

Surviving are; three sons, Michael and his wife Kristina, Richard and Ronald and his wife Dawn; seven grandchildren, Brian, Kristen, Katie, Justin, Corey, Alyssa and Nicole; also six great grandchildren, Arianna Mikayla, Siena, Clive, Madison and Colin and his sister Loretta Marchese.

Visiting hours will be Sunday, July 7th, from 2pm to 5pm, with a Prayer Service at 4:30pm, in the Mastapeter Funeral Home, 270 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville. Burial Monday arrive by 9am to the funeral home before departing at 9:30am to St. Gertrude Cemetery, Colonia for the burial with Military Honors at 10:30am. In lieu of flowers, donations to: ( or to: (, would be appreciated.
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  • Service

    Sunday, July 7th, 2019 | 4:30pm
    Sunday, July 7th, 2019 4:30pm
    Mastapeter Memorial Home (Bayville)
    270 Atlantic City Blvd.
    BAYVILLE, NJ 08721
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  • Interment

    St. Gertrude Cemetery
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    Monday, July 8th. Please meet at the funeral home at 9:00am. Leaving 9:30am for services at St. Gertrude's Cemetery at 10:30am.


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Pam Jordan

Posted at 09:19am
Uncle Mike, also my Godfather, will be remembered with love and honor. Always a Marine, he served our God and Country. Although most of my memories of him are from when I was very young, I most recently remember him visiting us in Florida and telling some amazing stories about his life experiences. He is now with his beloved Dot where they are reunited. We love you Uncle Mike and will see you again when our time comes.

Pat Marchese-Edghill

Posted at 09:19am
I have such fond memories of childhood days spent at Uncle Mike and Aunt Dot’s house. I remember Grandma & Grandpa living there, swimming in the pool, playing bumper pool and pinball, and trying to keep up with the older cousins. Rest In Peace Uncle Mike.

Loretta Marchese

Posted at 09:19am
My older brother, Michael, was and is my hero. At the time Michael joined the Marines, I was about 8 years old. When I saw him in his dress blues wearing the white hat along with his beautiful smile, I thought he was a movie star (think John Wayne). I knew he'd keep me safe from any harm and he did. He was proud of being in the military and I am proud of him and thank him for his service. Michael was welcomed home to his Father's mansion by family and friends who arrived before him. I'm certain my husband, Santo (called Sonny by most) was among the first. What a joyous celebration! My hero will remain in my heart until we're together again. Rest in Peace, my dear brother, your work is done. Your loving sister, Loretta.

Barbara Adams

Posted at 09:19am
Michael was one of the very special people in my life. He was so courageous in facing life's many challenges, a real trooper for sure.
You'll always have a special place in my heart.
No more challenges to overcome...
Now's the time for you to Rest in Peace Dear Friend. Barbara Adams

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