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  • Laura E. Moore

    Laura E. Moore, age 59, of Toms River passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at the Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune. Born in Florida, she grew up in Staten Island and lived in Lakewood prior to moving to Toms River in 2001. Laura was a Job Coach for the children’s Center of Monmouth County, Neptune, for over 25 years, and was a member of the Brick Elks Lodge.

    She is survived by her sons, Matthew and his wife Erin, and Ryan; her grandson Jonathan: her Mother, Margaret Schwartz of Staten Island; her siblings, Jean Doyle of Stratford, NY, William Schwartz of Dayton, Christine Dudzinski of Hackettstown, and Lisa Mc Cassin of Goffstown, NH.

    Visitation will be on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the Horizon Funeral and Cremation Services, 1329 Rt. 37 West, Toms River. Services will be held on Saturday at 11am at the funeral home. Cremation will be private.

    November 19, 2015

    My Dear Friend Laura, You were an angel on earth and now you are an angel in heaven. You’ve touched the hearts of so many people with your kindness, compassion, loyalty and vibrant energy. You were always there for Craig and I no matter what. I feel blessed to have had you in my life. You took a piece of all of us when you left. I feel so very sad that you are gone. My heart goes out to your family and friends that were fortunate enough to cross paths with you. Rest in peace my friend. Love you always, Debi


    Debi Blackey,

    Jackson , New Jersey



    “You don’t need strength to let go of something, what you need is Understanding.”

    *SARA ANN BONEVENTO, 46, of BRICK, passed away suddenly, Saturday, April 4, 2009. Sara was a life long Brick resident and was a graduate of Brick High School. She loved to travel and enjoyed gardening. Sara’s other joys were going to the beach, cooking, and spending time with her children and her family. She was predeceased by her father, Frank Bonevento. Surviving to cherish her memory are her two sons, Barry Jr. and Austin Magnus; her mother, Anna Stanko Bonevento of Brick; her brother, Michael Bonevento and his wife Lisa of Brick; two sisters, Jessica Bonevento of Brick and Maryann Wesolowski and her husband Bob of FL; and her nieces and nephews, Jacinda, Olivia, Joseph, and Maxwell.




    *Joan Dorothy Goldsack, 66, of Whiting, died Monday, Dec. 27, 2010, at home. Mrs. Goldsack retired after 25 years of employment as a linquistic specialist with Fort Monmouth. She was a member of the Red Hat Society of Barnegat. Joan provided spiritual guidance to many people. She was born in Jersey City, living in Jackson and Lanoka Harbor, Lacey before moving to Whiting four years ago.
    Surviving is her husband, Richard; two daughters and their husbands, Patricia and Michael VanBlarcum, Lanoka Harbor, Lacey, and Kelly and Joseph Caputo, Lanoka Harbor; a step-daughter, Debbie McLaughlin, Brick; a step-son, Frank Higgins, Brick; a brother, Thomas Stewart; a sister, Linda Giglio, Ocean Township (Monmouth County); and eight grandchildren.

  • Michelle Catania

    1/4/1968 – 7/27/2010

    *Michelle, your presence will always be missed, you touched allot of people’s lives and never even knew how much you inspired us all! You are truly and icon, may peace be with you!!! Debi xox

    After a brave battle with cancer, Michelle Catania, 42, of Manalapan, peacefully entered Heaven on July 27, 2010 surrounded by loving family at home.
    She was born on January 4, 1968 in Lakewood, NJ, to Angelina (Barbuto) and Robert Wilkins. She moved to Dunnellon, Florida at 14, where she attended high school, followed by attendance at Central Florida Community College in Ocala.
    As a young woman she excelled as the lead in many plays and musicals at DHS and CFCC. Truly fearless, she learned to fly planes while beginning a successful career in restaurant management in her early twenties.

    Soon thereafter, she returned to New Jersey and married her longtime sweetheart, Tony Catania. As they started a family with the births of Nicholas, now 15, and Stephen, 13, she continued to find success in business, managing retail stores including TJMaxx, The Limited and Kohl’s. After her first bout with breast cancer, she changed careers and found even greater success and many friends in real estate as a top salesperson and broker-associate at Weichert Realtors in Marlboro. Michelle also rekindled her love affair with the theater, becoming involved in community productions with the Mighty Oak Players, of Monroe, and Center Players, of Freehold, where she recently performed as a lead in the female version of The Odd Couple. In addition to theater and real estate, she enjoyed preparing gourmet meals, singing and backyard gardening.

    A sister, aunt, mother, wife, daughter and friend who touched many lives with her bright smile, huge laugh, good advice and a giving heart – this beautiful, talented woman will be missed by many.

    Additional survivors include Michelle’s five siblings; Glenn & Robert Wilkins, Gina Georgiano, Angela Rose and Maggie Gunther. Also, Step-Father Thomas Gunther, Father- and Mother-in-law Anthony and Donna Catania, numerous nieces and nephews, cousins, brothers- and sisters-in-law and many loving friends.

  • Beni Blackey

    10/18/03 – 7/7/17. Rest in peace my baby boy.