Richard Jubak

February 4, 1943April 6, 2018
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On Friday, April 6th, Richard Jubak (75) died in St. Lukes Hospital in Easton, PA surrounded by his family. Richard was a devoted husband, caring father and grandfather and a good man. He had a great passion for laughter and baseball. He coached for Brick American for 17 years and came out of retirement to coach his grandson Owen. He scouted for the Cleveland Indians. When he was around people, he always gave a firm handshake and handed out laughter like it was candy. He was a proud man who readily expressed his pride for his children and grandchildren. Richard loved to travel, watch the Yankees, fish, visit Disney and be with his family. He is survived by his wife Linda of 46 years, daughter Liza and her husband Erik, son Richard and his wife Suzanne, daughter Jennifer and her husband Carlos, son Jason and his wife Louisa, and seven wonderful grandchildren, Emma, Owen, Adam, Liam, Nicholas, Zoe and Zachary and sister Sandra Stamos. Friends and family will gather on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 to celebrate his life and mourn his passing, at the Neary Quinn funeral home located at 39 South Street, Manasquan, NJ between the hours of 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. To leave online condolences, please visit


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Jeanette MIchno-Pavan

April 13, 2018

Linda, so sorry for your loss. I will miss the talks Rich & I had these past years. He was a sweet person. We would reminisce about high school & chemistry class. He was always so upbeat and always joking around. He will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched.

I will be praying for him & you and your family. Be well.


Rita Neumann

April 12, 2018

If more people were like Richard the world would be a better place to live. When I knew him in school he always had a kind heart and never had a bad word for anyone. I pray his soul is at peace.

John Redfern

April 11, 2018

Linda, Richard, Jason and Jennifer,
As I get older and sadly see family and friends passing I realize just how little time we really do have. As I looked at all the pictures nothing but smiles came to my face from all the great memories I experienced knowing Rich. Family get togethers, weddings, camping trips, trips to Disney, so many really great times. Of course there were those occasional speed bumps all families experience but love of family is the only thing that really matters in life and we overcame those times. I will miss Rich, the laughs we shared, his smile and especially watching him with my children when they were younger. My love to you all and thanks for sharing a really special husband and father.

Jerome Bobrowski

April 11, 2018

Richard will be missed. He was always so much fun to be around and always upbeat. He is in my thoughts and prayers. I lost my sister in the same way so, I have some idea of what your family is experiencing. Take care and God bless you all.

Daphne Keshishian

April 11, 2018

We send out love and prayers during this difficult time. We will always have wonderful memories of Uncle Richie, and this news is so sad. Thinking back to growing up with his humor and laughter will always make me smile. Love, Daphne and Keshishian Family

Kristine Porter

April 10, 2018

Dear Linda, I am so sorry for your loss. I know he meant so much to you. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Kris