Joseph Monaco

Joseph J. Monaco

Saturday March 25, 1933 - Monday March 30, 2020
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Joseph J. Monaco, Jr., 87 of Clifton, passed away on Monday March 30, 2020. Born in Nutley, he was the son of the late Joseph J. and Minnie (Chimento) Monaco. He resided in Clifton for more than 40 years and was a Supervisor with I.T.T in Clifton before retiring. He was also a U.S. Army veteran and member of the Clifton Seniors.
Joseph is survived by his beloved wife, Arlene (Blind) Monaco, his sons, James A. Monaco and his wife, Kathy, and Joseph N. Monaco and his wife, Denise, his step-sons, Kenneth and Anthony Franconero, his grandchildren, Christopher, Patrick, Gianna, Mikaela and Bella and his great grandchildren, Avah, Norah and Carter. Joseph was the dear brother of Anthony Monaco, Marion Cundiff and the late Dominic and Angelo Monaco.
Due to current circumstances, all service for Mr. Monaco will be private at this time. Memorial Service will be announced at a later date.
Memorial contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association ( or the Wounded Warrior Project ( would be appreciated.
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Posted at 08:11am
In memory of our Uncle Joseph Monaco who will remain in our hearts forever, Love Eileen, Robert, Michael, Tonianne, Joseph
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Rose & Ted Wesolowski

Posted at 11:40am
Our condolences to the Monaco family. While we did not know Joe personally, we met him at our church at Sunday mass with his family. Always a warm and friendly greeting will be missed.

Gitin Family

Posted at 02:07pm
Remembering the good old days on Linwood Terrace. Sending our sincere condolences on your loss.

Richard Masters

Posted at 02:14pm
I was deeply saddened to hear of Joe's passing. It was my privilege to share the same home room with him during our days at NHS. That's where our friendship really developed. He was a great classmate and athlete not only on the football field but the basketball court as well. It was always a highlight for me at our class reunions to reminisce with him. What special memories we shared and as long as they linger on, Joe, for me, will never be gone.
Richard Masters

Charles Van Deven

Posted at 11:38pm
Am saddened to hear of Joe's passing. He made his mark of the class of 1952. The earliest times remembering Joe was joining with him in the sports arena. He was good. Joe will be remembered.

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