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Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

703 Main Street, Toms River, NJ

OBITUARY

Frank SCARDILLO

September 6, 1950January 3, 2020
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Frank Scardillo, 69, of Toms River, NJ passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Friday, January 3, 2020, with many loving family members at his side. He was born in Newark, NJ and resided in Irvington, NJ, before moving to Toms River 31 years ago.

Frank was currently employed by NJ Natural Gas Company in Wall, NJ as Manager of Fleet Operations. Prior to that he worked for National Health Laboratory/Lab. Corp. in Raritan, NJ. He proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War.

Frank was a true sports enthusiast and was a die-hard Giants and Yankee fan.

His wife and son were his whole world! Frank’s generous and caring heart, optimistic outlook and hard work and devotion to his family are a true testament of his legacy that will live in the hearts and minds of all who loved him – forever and ever.

Frank leaves behind to cherish his memory his beloved wife, Nancy, of thirty years, his son Joseph, sisters Sharon, Fran and Carol, many nieces, nephews, brother and sisters-in laws and friends who loved him dearly. He was predeceased by his parents Philip and Dorothy Scardillo and his sister Jane Marie.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2020 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, 703 Main Street, Toms River. A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Justin the Martyr Church, 975 Fischer Blvd., Toms River. A Committal service will follow at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Toms River.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Committal Service Friday, January 10, 2020

Memories

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Bob Feldman

January 16, 2020

I was fortunate 12 years ago to be introduced to Frank by our mutual long time friend Bob Meeker. When I went to work 11 years ago at Mid-Atlantic Truck Centre in Linden, Frank and I forged a terrific business relationship that I cherish. It always seemed to me that Frank treated everyone with dignity and respect. We laughed, swapped many stories, and worked together through both good times and not so good times with Frank always maintaining the same positive attitude. His graciousness and appreciation always made me want to work that much harder to please him and those around him. I was shocked and saddened when I learned just yesterday of his passing. I had tried unsuccessfully to reach him during the December holidays to check up on him and wish him well. The world is a better place because of him but it won't be the same without him. I hope his family can bathe in warm memories of good times shared knowing how fortunate they were to have such a wonderful husband and father. I will miss him dearly.

Art Berodyn

January 14, 2020

So many fond memories of Frank from the years we worked together and came to know each other at NHL. Then many years later, it was so great to again spend some quality time together at the NHL reunion party a few years ago in Chimney Rock, NJ. It was as if we had never lost touch! Such a well respected man, with a warm heart, great smile, and a unique way of making the sun shine through on any of the less than perfect days we may have encountered along the way.
Know that you are missed Frank, and that my thoughts and prayers are with you, Nancy and your entire family.
God bless,
Art Berodyn

Chaim Orbach - CSO Radio

January 13, 2020

Frank you left too soon! We need more people like you around in this world not less!

Someone who always had a kind greeting and a smile - even when the day wasn't going right.

Someone who treated everyone who landed in his office with respect regardless of who they were.

Someone whose sense of humor made him fun to be around.

Someone who took life one day at a time and made the world around him a better place.

We will miss you Frank. Rest In Peace.

Your friend Chaim

Jerry & Jean Reif

January 10, 2020

We were deeply saddened to learn of Frank's passing. We thought about the last time we got together and the shared laughter of friends and family. We know he will be greatly missed, but also remembered fondly as friends and family gather in the future.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family today and know that he is safe and pain free in God's loving hands. Our deepest sympathy to all. With Love -- Jean & Jerry

Donna Applegate

January 8, 2020

Dear Nancy, Joe and Family, My sincere deepest condolences. Frank was such a super boss/ friend and I loved being his Admin! He so loved you and Joe. Know the time will come when you will smile and shed few tears when you think of him. Your tears will be tears of happiness that he was such a blessing in your life. He truly was a great people guy with a big heart. God Bless and know he is now your Angel watching over you. Sincerely, Donna Applegate

Nicholas DiPasquale

January 8, 2020

You will be missed, Frank, and never forgotten. I am grateful to have known you and to have shared so many special moments over the years. I will always appreciate your kindness and how you made me feel like part of the family.

And, of course, I will think of you every time the Red Sox beat the Yankees... or vice versa... and miss our banter.

Nancy & Joey, my heart and love go out to you both.

Element Fleet Management

January 8, 2020

We offer our most sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Frank's loved ones, family and friends.

It has been a pleasure working with Frank over the years, he will truly be missed. Frank is not simply our business partner but a true friend who always spoke of his family with so much love.

With caring thoughts and deepest sympathy,
Element Fleet Management

Val Henningsen

January 7, 2020

I worked with Frank for many years at National Health Labs. / Lab Corp. He was certainly one of their icons.

My heartfelt sympathy is extended to Nancy and the entire family.

Most sincerely,
Val Henningsen

GREGORY SILK

January 7, 2020

When I thought of a memory to share, I can not limit my thoughts to one single time. I have had so many fantastic times with Frank from the time he moved from Vailsburg to Irvington. We Became brothers, did everything together, we even lived together, and what a great time we experienced. MY BROTHER YOU are missed. I LOVE YOU.

Patrick O'Connor

January 7, 2020

I knew Frank through his wife Nancy. Frank was a dedicated family man and worker. He knew how to have a great time. Rest easy bud and we’ll meet again one day

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Biography

Frank Scardillo, 69, of Toms River, NJ passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Friday, January 3, 2020, with many loving family members at his side. He was born in Newark, NJ and resided in Irvington, NJ, before moving to Toms River 31 years ago.

Frank was currently employed by NJ Natural Gas Company in Wall, NJ as Manager of Fleet Operations. Prior to that he worked for National Health Laboratory/Lab. Corp. in Raritan, NJ. He proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War.

Frank was a true sports enthusiast and was a die-hard Giants and Yankee fan.

His wife and son were his whole world! Frank’s generous and caring heart, optimistic outlook and hard work and devotion to his family are a true testament of his legacy that will live in the hearts and minds of all who loved him – forever and ever.

Frank leaves behind to cherish his memory his beloved wife, Nancy, of thirty years, his son Joseph, sisters Sharon, Fran and Carol, many nieces, nephews, brother and sisters-in laws and friends who loved him dearly. He was predeceased by his parents Philip and Dorothy Scardillo and his sister Jane Marie.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2020 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, 703 Main Street, Toms River. A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Justin the Martyr Church, 975 Fischer Blvd., Toms River. A Committal service will follow at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Toms River.