April 18, 1957 – October 19, 2021
Tonya DeGuilio, 64, of Bayville, NJ passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Born to Thomas and Theresa (Sirianni) Latka of Toms River, NJ she resided most of her life in Bayville.
She was pre-deceased by her father, Thomas Latka. She is survived by her loving husband, Stephen P. DeGuilio, mother Theresa (Terri) Latka; her children Jillian DeCarlo and her husband Jack and Stephen DeGuilio and his wife Samantha; her brothers Mark Latka and Brian Jorgensen and Thomas Latka and his wife Barbara; her sister Dawn Yanisko and her husband Tom; brother-in-law Thomas DeGuilio and his wife Ingrid and sister-in-law Terri Ortiz and her husband Walder; nieces, Cherilynn DeGuilio, Rachel Latka, Jessica Carver and Alicia Ortiz; nephew, Chase Yanisko and great-nephews James & Evan Clark; loyal pet mom to Taco & Lulu & pet grand-mom to Biggie, Dolly and Chloe and loyal friend to many who will miss her dearly. Also surviving are many aunts uncles and cousins.
Tonya loved to travel, especially with family and friends. Her family was everything and they spent much time together.
Services will be private.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.andersoncampbelltomsriver.com for the DeGuilio family.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 28, 2021
Where to begin.... There are so many memories and fun stories that have been told of all our escapades together. We always had so much fun whatever we did or wherever we went. I will cherish all the memories we had together and you will truly be missed. I lost a sister-in-law "Sister" & Friend. May you rest in Peace. Until we meet again... Love, Terri
October 27, 2021
When me and my husband, Robert moved next door all questions about having great neighbors disappeared. So many memories of BBQ'S, fireworks, swimming, partying, great laughs, great people. Tonya, and Steve welcomed us with open arms.
We moved in when her family was young. Later on she gave me advice about raising my own, Kaitlyn.
She was funny, strong, friendly, loyal. An overall great person.
RIP Tonya. You deserved a longer life and you certainly earned your wings.
October 26, 2021
I worked with Tonya at Core States Bank in Silverton in the 90’s. We had so much fun. She was the best person ever to work with. Her fun personality and contagious laugh will live on forever in my memories. Those were the best days because of her. I loved her! My deepest condolences to the entire family. I know how much you’ll miss her.