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Vincent Salvatore

July 4, 1950 – April 19, 2022

Vincent Calcagno
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Obituary for Vincent Salvatore Calcagno

Vincent Salvatore Calcagno passed away peacefully in Manchester, NJ on April 19, 2022 at the age of 71. Vincent was born in the Bronx, NY on July 4th 1950 to the late Rosario Calcagno and Mary Calleri. Vincent was raised on Arthur Avenue with his sister Anne and his brother Joseph. Vincent joined the US Navy in 1970 where he served for 2 years in Derry, Northern Ireland where he witnessed the historic tragic event of Bloody Sunday. Upon returning from the Navy he worked 37 years for The New York Telephone Company (now known as Verizon) where he met his wife, Magy. In 2008, while on the job, Vincent received a hero’s award for assisting a man who was trapped under a collapsed crane. In addition to his parents, Vincent was preceded in death by his brother Joseph Calcagno and his brother-n-law Joseph Vescey. Vincent is survived by his wife Magy; his sister Anne and sister-n-law Anita; his children Hugh and his wife Kathy, Lissette and her husband John, Jessika and her husband Mike, Maria and her husband Daniel, and Amanda; his grandchildren Andrew, Owen, Devin, Hannah, Sabrina, Mason, Dani, Sofia and soon to be new grandson; as well by his nieces and nephews. Over the years Vincent had many passions and hobbies, including playing softball, skeet shooting, and racket ball. He loved watching sports and was a true Yankees fan. He liked listening to music and watching western movies. Vincent lived for his family, he loved family events such as barbeques, trips and cruises. “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make”. You will be truly missed, your memory will live on forever in our hearts. Farewell Papa Bear.

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When Monday, April 25, 2022 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Oliverie Funeral Home
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Service Information

Monday, April 25, 2022 6:00pm
Oliverie Funeral Home
2925 Ridgeway Road
Manchester, NJ 08759

Interment Information

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 10:00am
Brig. Gen. Wm C. Doyle NJ Veterans Cemetery
350 Province Line Rd
North Hanover, NJ 08562
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