John F. Eichstaedt

September 11, 1941June 20, 2019

John Frederick Eichstaedt passed away peacefully at home on June 20, 2019. He was 77 years old. Born September 11, 1941 in Kearny New Jersey to John and Marie Eichstaedt. Pre-deceased by his wife Joan Eichstaedt of 25 years. Survived by his daughter LisaDavis-Santoro, sister Susan Guida(William), step daughters Brenda Sereluca(Mick), Tammy Earle(Keith), Shelly Rock (William) and Danielle Mann(Steven).16 grand children and 10 great grand children. John was a graduate of Kearny high school and a member of the united states armed forces serving his time in Greenland. John enjoyed spending time with his wife Joan and watching his favorite sports team the Boston Red Sox. He also enjoyed a good game of liars poker with his friends from the Buccaneer and Bobby Rubino‘s. John will be remembered as a fun loving life of the party kind of guy and will be missed greatly.


  • Visitation and Reception Wednesday, June 26, 2019


John F. Eichstaedt

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Nickey Sereluca

June 27, 2019

Hey Grandpa John, I wasn't ready to hear you had passed. I wasn't ready for all the stories my mom, Brenda, told me about your heartache and loneliness. I am happy to know you are reunited with the love of your life and neither of you are alone anymore. I pray for your eternal happiness and you better hug grandma real tight for us and take care of her until we see you again.

Rest in peace our #1 Giants fan.
Nickey, Brenda, Mick, and Mckinley

Sharon Protz

June 26, 2019

RIP Uncle Johnny from me and my Mom Alicia. You will be missed and will live in our hearts forever . Sympathy and condolences to the rest of the family.

Peggy Pennington

June 26, 2019

My favorite leprechaun
Going to miss you. RIP

Sarah Noble

June 25, 2019

We the Staff of Kraeer Sample Road Funeral Home would like to extend our most deepest and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your loved one. “Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal but love leaves memories that no one can steal.”