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Alfred Anthony
Oliverie III

March 3, 1942 – April 26, 2020

Alfred Oliverie
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Obituary for Alfred Anthony Oliverie III

Alfred Anthony Oliverie III, 78, of Jackson entered the gates of heaven with his family around him guiding the way. His larger than life personality always lit up the room. You could always find “Big Al” with a big smile on his face greeting his customers at Al’s Belmar Getty and We Pack and Ship, running the boardwalk or cheering on his girls at their endless recitals, games and major life events. But he wouldn’t be far without the love of his life right by his side. It was love at first site when he first saw Marianne (Fitzgibbons).
Al married his “queenie” and they were together 55 years. They raised three beautiful daughters that they loved more than anything in this world. The oldest, Marian Peck married the love of her life Bob and provided his adored grandchildren Christian and his wife Lauren, and Courtney. Right around the corner his second daughter Eileen provided their second grandson Michael Laudenbach who he loved dearly. The cousins cherish their endless memories of vacations to Disney and so many other places with their grandparents. A little further down the road their youngest daughter Mary rounded off the family with Kaitlyn and Kevin. With as much energy and affection he didn’t miss a chance to demonstrate his love to them.
He was the “best brother” to his six younger sisters: Patricia Spagnolia of Wall, Alice Oliverie of Manasquan, Lorraine and William Rathjen of North Plainfield, Michelle Kebeck (deceased) and “brother in law” Ed of Toms River, Noreen and Dave Roberts of Pembroke Pines, FL and Marie and Kyle Shultz of Point Pleasant. He loved his nieces and nephews like his own: Nicole Ocone, Eddie and Darren Kebeck, Vanessa Ferrara and James Roberts. He was the best brother in law to Marianne's sister Joan Fitzgibbons, her brother Joseph Fitzgibbons and his children Meghan van der Eijk and Jef Fitzgibbons.
There wasn’t anything he wouldn’t do for anyone. He always made you feel like the most special person in the world. Nothing mattered more to him than taking care of his family. His family loved him more than he will ever know.
Private family visitation at Oliverie Funeral Home, Thursday April 30th, 10:30am to 12:30am. Interment to follow at St. Catherine’s Cemetery in Wall. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Al's wonderful, caring medical team, by venmoing to @Marian-Peck so that gifts may be purchased individually for each team member.
Due to the current circumstances, when the time is appropriate there will be a memorial mass and celebration of Al’s life.
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Interment Information

St Catharine's Cemetery
1100 West Chicago Blvd
Sea Girt, NJ 08750
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