Quinn Hopping Funeral Home

26 Mule Road, Toms River, NJ


Jason D. Demaio

March 16, 1978January 9, 2020

Jason D. Demaio, 41, of Toms River, NJ passed away on Thursday January 9, 2020. Born in Brooklyn, NY He lived in Howell NJ for many years before moving to Toms River in 2018. Jason was a graduate of Howell High School. He worked for All Action Architectual Metal and Glass Co in South Plainfield, NJ. Jason was an avid bodybuilder.

Jason was predeceased by his sister Danielle Demaio and his brother Ralph Demaio III. He is survived by his son Lucciano Ralph Demaio; his parents Ralph and Lauren Demaio; his sister Deirdre Demaio Longo and her husband Danny; his niece Desiree Longo and his nephew Alan Longo; his Aunts, Anna Wainwright and her husband Ernest, Jackie Marino, Lenore Kenny, Susan Rubin, Alyson Compitello; his uncle Benny Milewski, his fiancé Tiffany Colon and her son Dylan and is also survived by many cousins.

Visiting hours will be held from 2-4 and 7-9 pm on Tuesday January 14, 2020 at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home 26 Mule Road Toms River, NJ 08755. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday January 15, 2020 at 9:30 am at St. Maximilian Kolbe RC Church 130 St. Maximilian Lane Toms River, NJ 08757. Burial will follow at Resurrection Cemetery 361 Sharrott Avenue Staten Island, NY 10309. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family by visiting www.quinn-hoppingfh.com.


  • VISITATION Tuesday, January 14, 2020
  • VISITATION Tuesday, January 14, 2020
  • MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • BURIAL Wednesday, January 15, 2020


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Brian Amalbert

January 14, 2020

I dont know what to say. We spoke two weeks ago and I wish it went better then it did. We were friends for a long time before you met Tiffany, and became family when the two of you connected. We had alot of laughs, some disagreements, but at the end of the day, we had each others backs. I promise I will continue to have your back by keeping an eye on Loochy, Dylan, and Tiffany. As well as Mom and Pop and your sister. I made that promise to you the day he was born, and I never break my promises. I know your looking down on us and have become your beautiful baby boys guardian angel. He still has your goofy look. Lol. Till we meet again brother. My best to your loved ones in the lord's kingdom...

John Quinones

January 13, 2020

Words cannot describe how saddened and devastated I am ! Jason started working with our company ( All Action Architectural Metal & Glass) on April 3 , 2017 as a driver shortly thereafter , as a result of his hard work and efforts , he was able obtain a Union Card as a fabricator with DC#711 Architectural Metal & Glass Workers Local . he was a very hard working , loyal , dependable, kind hearted person! I immediately took a liking to Jason . He was always there for me . His focus was always on work . He never said no... I did not look at Jason as an employee . " he was a good friend!" He'd frequently would ask for my thoughts on personal matters and I'd gladly share my perspective and advice him. I will forever miss him!

Carlos Landin

January 12, 2020

Jason was always a good friend to me. We had some great times with a lot of laughs. My condolences to his family. Gone to soon!
Love - Carlos

Peggy Galvis-Holt

January 12, 2020

I saw your mom’s post today and thought it was one of those silly things that people post. It was nice to reconnect with you all grown up and a dad yourself! I had to dig out the old photos, the first day of kindergarten you and Jimmy with your new back packs, 2 big shots starting a new adventure. I am sorry that we moved away and our families lost contact. Although your time here was cut short, you live on in your baby boy. It seems that you touched many lives and grew into a fine man. You are in a better place I have no doubt. I pray that your family and friends can find comfort in this time of terrible sadness.

Stephen Power

January 11, 2020

Crazy, way too soon. We had Earth Science together when we were 14 and always joked and laughed. Reconnected a decade later in Seaside, took gains to another level. You're charisma was off the charts, gonna be missed. RIP brother.

Franco Galluccio

January 11, 2020

Words can’t express how devastated I am to have lost you Jay. You were not only my rock solid loyal friend, but by brother. I know you are in a better place with the ones you have missed for a very long time. You will always be in my heart and on my mind. Love you brother

Danielle Castello Dinapoli

January 11, 2020

Jason, you were such a big part of my life, you made me a stronger person, I will remember you forever. My first love! I am truly heart broken , I pray you find peace and that you are with your brother smiling down from heaven. You will forever be in the prayers, forever in my thoughts. RIP xoxo

John Cascone

January 10, 2020

Bro we had so many crazy times and so many deep conversations about life. Any time I needed you, you were there. You were the ultimate wingman and we did damage at Tempts, Djais, and Surf Club. Remember the night w Darryl? Lol hanging w Steve and the crew? Pizza at the bar? JAX99T? The Guido chat rooms? Tina’s block party when you carried me inside. Golds Gym flex offs? Gina in a bottle.? Man we had fun. I wish I had gotten to say goodbye bro. You know whatever beef we ever had was nonsense. Love you bro.

Danny Baum

January 10, 2020

Fly high with the angels my brother..... may God pour eternal blessing on you and your family during this time, and forever!!


Dana Forgetta-Dillard

January 10, 2020

Oh Jason, i will forever be grateful for all the times you let me cry to you, you listened, and gave me advice. You were always kind, respectful, and caring...rip my friend xo