In Memory

George Reale - Class Of 1968

 

 

 

 

George W. Reale Jr.

AGE: 64 • Mine Hill

George W. Reale Jr. passed away on October 5, 2013 at his home surrounded by family. He was 64 years of age. George was born in Manhattan to the late George W. Sr. and Antoinette (nee Iovino) and grew up in Paramus where he met his wife Bette (nee Ritter) when he was 15 years old. He later raised his children in River Edge before moving to New Milford. He has lived in Mine Hill for the past 11 years. Mr. Reale worked as a registered nurse for Catholic Charities in Perth Amboy. George was a life member of the Bergen County Zoological Park in Paramus.

He is survived by: wife Bette of 43 years, son Johnathan and wife Rebecca of Mine Hill, daughter Mandy Leonard and husband Terrence of Jefferson Twp., grandchildren; Andrew, Diana, Finnegan, Liam, Aevia, Quillan, Phaedra and Erin, and sister Antoinette Jaeger of MO.



 
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10/23/13 12:01 PM #1    

Bette Ritter (Reale) (1968)

43 years is not enough.  I will always love Gerry.  His greatest gift was how much he loved.  I'm so glad I was the biggest part of his life.  The love of his life.  He is the love of my life.   Bette


10/23/13 01:07 PM #2    

Adam Vuksanic (1966)

Bette, I'm so sorry to hear about Gerry. We all grew up togther. Unfortunately we grow apart. I've thought about you and Gerry often. The last time we got together was when you lived in River Edge on Kinderkamack Road. You and your family have my deepest sympathy. My e-mail address is avuksanic@aol.com. Please keep in touch.

01/03/14 10:05 AM #3    

Donna Landau (Hittel) (1968)

It was obvious to all of us that Bette and Gerry were meant to be together, and It just feels so wrong that he is gone.  Bette, you know Craig and I love you, and although nothing but time can ease your pain, we are here for you, remembering the two of you together.

 

Craig and Donna (Landau) Hittel


 


04/30/18 05:54 PM #4    

Mike Danylchuk (1967)

I used to play with George when we were in grammer school. He lived several blocks away from me but I remember we always had a good time. He was just one of those kids you got along easy with. I had many fond memories. Funny we never spent much time together in HS but I will never forget him.


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