Alexander G. Santomauro

December 16, 1922 - May 14, 2006
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Alexander G. Santomauro passed away in Venice on May 14, 2006 he was 83 years old.

Born December 16, 1922 in Jersey City, NJ; he was a resident of Wail Township, NJ before moving to Venice in 1989. A veteran of the Navy, he served on the USS Burleigh during WW II. He worked as a first class power house electrician for Kearney, NJ until retiring in 1980. He then became an instructor at the Salem Nuclear Power Plant and was a past secretary of the Monmouth Bowling Association. An avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing; he mostly enjoyed quality time with his family.

He is survived by his wife Marie; his sons Richard, Anthony, Thomas, their wives, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held 9:30 AM on Friday, May 26th at St. Catharine’s Catholic Church, 2nd Ave & Salem Ave Spring Lake, NJ.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, South Sarasota/Desoto Unit, 2801 Fruitville Rd Suite 250 Sarasota, FL 34237.

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Born: December 16, 1922
Died: May 14, 2006

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tom santomauro posted on 5/15/09

pop ,miss you and love you .Thanks for being my best friend and father .Always in my heart.


Carol Foley posted on 5/23/06

To Tom and Family, When I read of your Dad's passing I couldn't help but recall the loving, glowing and respectful comments you always made to me about him....and how, if he had lived here full time, that he would have been a great friend of my folks..... I am truly sorry for your significant loss of his actual presence in your life.....but know that he'll always be reflected in you as part of his legacy. I will think of you, and Tony, and your families as the bells at St Catherine chime this Friday in Spring Lake...... Sincerely, Carol Foley


Heather Kirkendall posted on 5/22/06

Marie and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Al was very special to me, he always brighten Dr.DePinto's office when he would come in. I so enjoyed talking with him about his trips to AC and how he loved his family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless Heather Kirkendall


Ed. Radulic posted on 5/22/06

I know your sarrow. The Lord be with you all.