LaMonica Memorial Home

145 East Mount Pleasant Ave, Livingston, NJ


Patrick V Del Vecchio

5 May , 195131 October , 2019

Patrick V. Del Vecchio, of Pembroke Pines, Florida passed away after a long illness on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at the age of 68.

Visitation will be held at the LaMonica Memorial Home 145 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston on Sunday, November 10, 2019, from 1-5 pm.

Services will commence at the funeral home on Monday, November 11, at 9 am followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Aloysius Church in Caldwell at 10 am and the Entombment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery in East Hanover.

Born and raised in Newark by the late Vera (nee Restaino) and Vito Del Velcchio, Patrick moved to Florida 37 years ago. He attended Essex Catholic High School and Rutgers University in Newark.

He was employed by Eastern Airlines working at Newark Liberty Airport before being transferred to Florida. He continued to work for the Airline after being taken over by Continental and then Amadeus for many years.

He was the beloved brother of Joan Muhaw and husband Louis, and the late Angela Del Guercio, loving uncle of Thomas DelGuercio, Vicki DelGuercio, John DelGuercio, Cindy Aulisi and husband Vinny, Cheryl Rosa and husband Pete, and Victoria Conforti, and cherished great uncle of Vincent, Arianna, Larissa, Lauren, and Brianna.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Miami Transplant Institute, online at JacksonHealthFoundation.org or mailed to Miami Transplant Institute, c/o Jackson Health Foundation, 1500 NW 12 Avenue, Suite 1117, Miami, Florida, 33136 or to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

“This is not goodbye. This is later gator!”


  • Visitation Sunday, 10 November , 2019
  • Funeral Mass Monday, 11 November , 2019
  • Entombment Monday, 11 November , 2019


Patrick V Del Vecchio

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Tony Longoria

19 November 2019

I was deeply saddened when I heard the news that Patrick had passed away.
Although we had lost touch over the years, I have many fond memories of the times we worked together at Eastern, System One and Amadeus.
A nice human being who did not deserve what he had to endure.
May God have you in all his Glory!


Juliette Yaely

10 November 2019

My prayers and hope didnt help.
Your gone too soon.
People die only when they are forgotten. You will not be forgotten.
My condolences to your family
RIP my so very dear friend
Juliette Abecassis

David E. Tyburski

6 November 2019

I first met Pat at Eastern Airlines in Woodbridge Reservations in 1978. We became close friends over the years and we both moved from Jersey to Miami in 1982. We also worked at Miami Intl Airport till 1987. We then worked for System One/ Amadeus till 2005. He was a great buddy to hang out with. I never met a guy who loved sports as much as him. We went to college basketball and football games along with NBA, NHL and NFL games over the years and my fond memories of him I will treasure forever. Mr D you were a true warrior and I admire your strength and courage
you displayed over the years with your illness. May you rest in peace sir! Sincerest thoughts and prayers to all your family. There won’t be a goodbye. Just “Later gator”. 🐊Your dear friend Mr T.👊

Gary Ondrizek

5 November 2019

I first met Patrickat Eastern Air Lines in Miami at the airport. We worked many years together there and then at Amadeus. I remember him as a kind soul and as a wonderful person. My condolences to his family and may he Rest In Peace.


Debbie Kowaleski

5 November 2019

You will be missed by many but never forgotten. May you rest peacefully now.
Debbie Kowaleski

Iris Friedman

5 November 2019

Rest in Peace Pat.....Many fun times at EAL to remember....you were always a treat to be around! Later Gator

Madeline Henrichs

5 November 2019

We were not the closest of friends, but my memories of you will always be of a caring and sweet man. I know you are at peace now after such a long, difficult struggle. Until we meet again...

Vickie Salvatierra

5 November 2019

RIP my friend. My fondest memories of working at System One will always include Pat. He was always so excited to discuss college basketball season each year. So thoughtful too, always checking in to see how the family was doing. Rest now Pat, you so deserve it.

Suzanne Cioppa

5 November 2019

RIP, my dearest friend. We have been friends for over 40 years first Eastern Res, System One and Amadeus. I loved knowing I was considered to be one of the guys. I’m so very sorry for all your pain and suffering but you really tried to make this transplant work. I am so happy I was blessed to talk to you a few weeks ago for a few minutes. You will always be in my heart and I’ll see you on the other side..Always with love.. 💕🥰💕

Tony Ibrahim

5 November 2019

I still remember you Uncle Del Vecchio, I think that you are the oldest patient to have intestine Transplant, and that's because you are strong and you fight your battle to the end.
Rest in peace uncle