Mack Memorial Home


Arthur DeTitta

February 15, 1959February 11, 2021

Arthur DeTitta, age 61, of Secaucus, passed away on Thursday, February 11, 2021. Arthur was born in Jersey City to the late James and Rosalie DeTitta. He was a self employed Mechanic and a avid rider of Harley Davidson Motorcycles. Arthur is survived by his siblings; Geraldine and her husband Frank, and James DeTitta Jr. and his wife Patricia, Nieces and Nephews; Dena and her husband John Kirchart, Danielle Throndson and her husband Peter, Brittany and her husband Charles Tacopin, Lance Bartletta and his wife Lisa, Frankie Bartletta and his wife Dawn, Jamie Juliano and her husband Frank, great nieces and nephews Nicholas, Brady, Jake, Kaylie, Alex, Max, Jaxson, Colin, Ryan, Everly Rose, Grayson, and Hudson as well as many loving extended family and friends.

A Visitation will be on Wednesday the 17th from 4-8pm. A mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Thursday the 18th at 9:30am at Immaculate Conception Church followed by his burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, 340 Ridge Rd, North Arlington, NJ.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the DeTitta family.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, February 17, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Thursday, February 18, 2021


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Stephen Griffey

February 20, 2021

It was good times growing up... RIP Artie

Steve Avella

February 19, 2021

Artie... I was stunned when I got the news... Couldn't believe it... I'm so fortunate I got to have the adventures I did with you... It was never a dull moment, That's for sure.. Under your tuff exterior there was a Good Hearted, Caring, Good friend.. May God shed his graces on you and welcome you with open arms... You will be missed by many and me being one of the many... RIP Bud...

Greg Booth

February 16, 2021

Artie I miss you buddy. So many great memories. Whether we were turning wrenches late night in the garage or just hanging out talking listening to music, We always had a blast together. You never forgot me as a friend, even when work took up all my free time and I wasn't around and I will never forget you. "Brothers" forever!

Danielle Balderacchi

February 15, 2021

Arthur was a good friend to me and he has certainly left an indelible mark on my heart. I will deeply miss his laugh, our random lunch dates and unexpected adventures. You never new what to expect when you spent a day with him. He lived life his way and I admired that. My deepest sympathies to the family.

Tom and Lynn Gustofson

February 15, 2021

We are so sorry to hear of Artie passing. We knew him from reflection Lakes and we always saw him riding around! We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers!

Julie and Al Kashian

February 15, 2021

Dear Gerry and Frank, So sorry to hear about your brothers passing. May he rest in peace.

Ray Martin

February 14, 2021

Artie was in a class by himself. Lived on his own terms, with no regrets. He had an almost encyclopedic knowledge of automobiles and classic rock music. Always up for any adventure. Always ready to help with anything. His absence will be a void on the Secaucus nighttime scene. A good friend. He will be missed.

Artie Jahn

February 14, 2021

To the DETITTA Family my deepest sympathy for your loss. I've had many memories of Arthur and I say Arthur because its what we always said to each other when we crossed paths.whoever saw one first would say Arthur and then the other would say Arthur very loud I may add lol. We both loved music and went to a few concerts together and always played the best music on the jukebox rock n roll of course. I will miss you around town my friend but will never forget you .rest in peace ARTHUR 🙏

Tommy Spina

February 14, 2021

Artie was a great guy. I remember hanging out working on cars .

May he Rest In Peace.🙏🏻

Betty Sasso

February 14, 2021

To the family of Artie. So sorry for your loss. God bless you during this difficult time. Frank and Betty Sasso