Becker Funeral Home

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William Anthony D'Angelo Jr.

August 25, 1966July 26, 2020

With great sadness we announce the passing of William ‘Bill’ D’Angelo Jr., 53, formerly of Fort Lee, NJ. William is survived by his beloved Mother Vera Pell; his siblings Julia Orlando and her husband Tony and Laura D’Angelo as well as his nephews Anthony Orlando and Chris Orlando. He joins his Father William Sr. in heaven. Bill was an avid car enthusiast, loved classic rock music and being around his friends and family. He worked as a driver for Garden State Limousine combining his favorite things; cars and talking to people. Bill is a graduate of Dwight Englewood School in Englewood, NJ and attended Rutgers University. Please share fond memories, condolences and check on memorial services TBA.


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William Anthony D'Angelo Jr.

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Joe Possavino

July 28, 2020

Rest In Peace, Billy.

Debbie Visconi

July 28, 2020

Dear Bill,
Thank you for choosing us to be your home at Bergen New Bridge and allowing us to be your “other” family. You brightened our days and even though I didn’t know you that long, I know you are a very special person and you were surrounded by love.
God bless you. We will miss you.

Deb Visconi.

Mindy Merdinger Blackstock

July 27, 2020

I attended Dwight-Englewood with Billy from 8th grade until our graduation in 1984, and we rode the bus together for the entire time. Billy was one of the kindest people. He never had an un-kind word for anyone, and I am grateful to have known him. He is going to be missed.

Dan Kurtz

July 27, 2020

I went to Dwight-Englewood with Bill, from 7th grade to graduation in 1984. I was saddened to learn of his passing. It had been many years since I last saw him, but he left quite an impression. He loved music and was instrumental in helping mold my musical tastes to this day. Few people that I've met were as knowledgeable about music as he was, and that includes musicians; people employed by bands; and rock historians and critics. Fare thee well....The road goes on forever.