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Patsy Pepe

May 12, 2024

Patsy Pepe Obituary

Pasquale (Patsy) Anthony Pepe Jr., 76 of Barnegat, NJ, formerly from Ocean Port passed away peacefully on May 12 at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin with his family at his bedside. Beloved son of Pasquale and Virginia Pepe. He is Survived by his wife Kim; son- Pasquale III, sister-Sally Leeds, and husband Stephen, sister- Annalouise Boord (deceased) and nephew- Justin Leeds Also step children- Danielle and Nick Lopresti of Colts Neck, N.J.; Anthony and Kim Barney of Charlotte, North Carolina, step grandchildren- Anthony, Santino, Lucia and Giavanna. Additionally survived by Brother-in-law James Perri of Long Branch, N.J. and Sister-in-law and husband Lynn and Frank Payer of The Villages, Florida. Patsy served 4 years in the military- Army branch during the Viet Nam War and was honorably discharged in 1972. He went on to become a chemical compounder and worked many years for Hoffman LaRoche and then Mane USA. He loved sports- especially the Yankees and Jets. He loved classic cars and had his own 2008 Mustang, which he detailed over the years, and shown at many car events winning numerous trophies. Another passion was his music- "The Duprees" being his most favorite group. In his former years he was an expert bowler, attaining a perfect "300" game. His greatest pride and joy was his son, as he watched him grow up becoming a police officer- serving in corrections and now with the sheriffs department. Pat was formerly married to Barbara for 42 years. Barbara passed away and Pat felt the loneliness of many. Then he met Kim. Kim was the bright light that brought him back to life. His "little peanut" he called her. They enjoyed 7 years together, especially their joint passion for Atlantic City. He lived a fulfilled life, but left us too soon. It was time to go home and God called him. May he rest in eternal peace and know he was loved by his family and friends and that he will be forever missed. Relatives & friends are invited to call at the Fiore Funeral Home, 882 Broadway, West Long Branch, NJ on Thursday 5 - 8PM and attend Funeral Services on Friday at 10 AM followed by entombment at Woodbine Mausoleum, Oceanport, NJ

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Pasquale (Patsy) Anthony Pepe Jr., 76 of Barnegat, NJ, formerly from Ocean Port passed away peacefully on May 12 at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin with his family at his bedside. Beloved son of Pasquale and Virginia Pepe. He is Survived by his wife Kim; son- Pasquale III, sister-Sally Leeds, and husband Stephen, sister- Annalouise Boord (deceased) and nephew- Justin Leeds Also step children- Danielle and Nick Lopresti of Colts Neck, N.J.; Anthony and Kim Barney of Charlotte, North Carolina, step grandchildren- Anthony, Santino, Lucia and Giavanna. Additionally survived by Brother-in-law James Perri of Long Branch, N.J. and Sister-in-law and husband Lynn and Frank Payer of The Villages, Florida. Patsy served 4 years in the military- Army branch during the Viet Nam War and was honorably discharged in 1972. He went on to become a chemical compounder and worked many years for Hoffman LaRoche and then Mane USA. He loved sports- especially the Yankees and Jets. He loved classic cars and had his own 2008 Mustang, which he detailed over the years, and shown at many car events winning numerous trophies. Another passion was his music- "The Duprees" being his most favorite group. In his former years he was an expert bowler, attaining a perfect "300" game. His greatest pride and joy was his son, as he watched him grow up becoming a police officer- serving in corrections and now with the sheriffs department. Pat was formerly married to Barbara for 42 years. Barbara passed away and Pat felt the loneliness of many. Then he met Kim. Kim was the bright light that brought him back to life. His "little peanut" he called her. They enjoyed 7 years together, especially their joint passion for Atlantic City. He lived a fulfilled life, but left us too soon. It was time to go home and God called him. May he rest in eternal peace and know he was loved by his family and friends and that he will be forever missed. Relatives & friends are invited to call at the Fiore Funeral Home, 882 Broadway, West Long Branch, NJ on Thursday 5 - 8PM and attend Funeral Services on Friday at 10 AM followed by entombment at Woodbine Mausoleum, Oceanport, NJ

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Patsy Pepe hosted by Fiore Funeral Home.

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