Ronald John Langell

September 22, 1940November 8, 2018

Ronald John Langell of Wall Twp. passed away on Thursday, November 8,2018 at his home. Ron was born in Staten Island, New York. He graduated from St. Peters High School, Staten Island and St. Francis College in Brooklyn where he received a degree in Business Administration. He moved to the Jersey Shore in 1978. After graduation, he went to work for the Small Business Administration in Newark, NJ for 20 years as Chief of Liquidation. After retiring, Ron was involved in real estate and was a member of the Manasquan Elks. He loved spending time with his family and longtime friends, especially his granddaughter who affectionately called him Pop Pop. He is survived by his wife and best friend, Patricia, son Steven, daughter Laurie Syby and son in law David and granddaughter Eva Syby; brothers James (Pamela), Robert (Eileen), cousins Charles Heffernan (Barbara), Geraldine Murphy (Kevin), Abby Gundersen (Daniel), Kathleen Egan (Richard) and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 9:30 am at St. Marks Catholic Church in Sea Girt The Neary Quinn Funeral Home in Manasquan is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations to Common Ground Grief Center, In memory of Ronald Langell, 67 Taylor Avenue, Manasquan, NJ 08736 (732) 606-7477. Common Ground Grief Center is a center for grieving children, teens and their families.


  • Memorial Mass Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Ronald John Langell

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Linda Liberatore

November 11, 2018

I work at The Paramount Diner in Manasquan for over 5 years and met Ron , Pat and their family. Ron always had a smile when coming in and was always a sweet man. Lovely family.. I will always remember Ron with fond memories. Love to the entire family..

Charles Heffernan

November 11, 2018

Ronnie, my cousin, and lifelong friend, was the brother I never had.
Growing up in New B righton,, Staten Island, he always looked out for me.
We had the same interests and wry sense of humor.
In recent years we spxoke by phone almost daily, about current events, old friends and our alma mater , St. Peter’s Boys High School, as well as our gratitude to the Christian Brothers, who taught us lessons that helped us through life.
Ronnie was popular beccause he was genuine and generous.
I’ll miss him forever.
Godspeed, cousin.