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Jay Foss

February 11, 1963November 11, 2020
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FOSS, James “Jay”, 57, of Ridgefield Park, NJ, formerly of River Vale, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, November 11th, 2020. James is survived by his mother Dorothy; his sisters Itsy, Jackie and Joann; his partner Barbara Behrens as well as his friends and extended family. Jay loved the many years he worked operating heavy machinery, last working at Capital Hardware Supply in Closter, NJ in their warehouse. The family will receive guests at Becker Funeral Home, 219 Kinderkamack Rd., Westwood, NJ on Sunday, November 22nd from 2-6PM. Memorial contributions can be made in Jay’s name to American Legion Post #206, 264 Washington Avenue, Westwood, NJ 07675.

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Tom Jockel

November 23, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Jay at Elgen in Closter. we were both surprised to find out both of us grew up in River Vale and knew some of the same people including his Mom from the Fairway. jay was a very nice person and was a man of few words at times . he had a great sense of humor. We often talked about rock music. Rest in peace Jay . no more foot problems. I am glad I met you.

Sue Thurber

November 20, 2020

Jay I will always cherish the memories and all the laughs we had on Doretta Street. They will be in my heart forever. You will be missed. Rest in peace my friend 💔🙏

Greg Hart

November 17, 2020

JJ was the kindest sweetest person you could ever meet. We had so many adventures together. We were inseparable best friends in 5th grade, eating Captain Crunch and Quisp at your house. You were always fun to be around. Gonna miss you so much... such an important part of our extra special group of friends.

Itsy Foss

November 16, 2020

You were my very first friend. You are the reason every calls me Itsy. You were the best big brother. We laughed a lot. I was the reason you could never pick up girls at the bar because everyone thought we were dating. So many funny stories, not enough time. I miss you, I love you. You are now with God and I am certain He will take care of you. Rest easy JJ, until we see each other again. I love you. You will be missed.

Joe & Pam Niemira

November 16, 2020

My friend Jay Bird you were a beautiful friend to Pam and I , we will miss you . Love U

Una Wernet

November 15, 2020

I will always remember the fun times in Maine, at the Farm, and with all our friends. You could be very goofy at times too & had a great smile. You will be missed by many Jay. Rest in piece. Love always!

Diane and Rich Baviello

November 15, 2020

Our memories of Jay are many. His laugh was one that I will always remember. When Jay and I got together whether it was once a year or not for a few years, we reminisced and just laughed. Rich and I were just talking about the time behind our Westwood house where there was a field, parking lot and a huge puddle. Larry and Jay were driving thru with their trucks. Larry kept plowing thru and Jay did one time and blew his engine/motor rod!!!! Too funny! Then there was the Fairway. No words just memories. Jay was a funny, kind, man of few words. Loved him, will miss him. Condolences to his family and Barbara.

Lawrence Campbell

November 15, 2020

We will all miss you dearly. You were a great friend. I will always treasure the many memories we had together. Rest peacefully

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