John D. Bamonte Jr.
1943 - 2023
John and I worked together at Chase for many years together and he was always capable, confident, and fun loving. When I first moved from the UK to New York, he invited me out to his house in Howell, New Jersey, and showed me a wonderful time. I will never forget his friendship, generosity, and compassion for others. I miss you John.
Working with John was always a pleasure...Card Games was his special way to give residents at Brandywine a weekly adventure. John ALWAYS HAD A SMILE and it was contagious. I am a better person for having the opportunity to know John and enjoying his personality. R I P my Friend Roger Lees
Johnny was my big brother, I am grateful that I was able to see him before he passed. As young kids he would always kid with us and pinch our cheeks. He was loved by his wife Carol and three wonderful children Valerie, Marc snd Ralph. Saw them grow up get married to Jim, April, Natalie, beautiful grandchildren and to be lucky to be a great granddad, He will be missed by many may he rest In peace he is in heaven with Carol. His mother Louise and father John I know my husband manny and his brother in law John marquart were there yo greet him. My condolences to his family. Good nite sweet Johnny
You are my brother I love you to death when I was young who is took me under your wing and your friends made me feel the best specially, with the cars with mommy and daddy now say hi to me and I will always love you
Our deepest sympathies Valerie, Marc,& Ralph, as well as all your families. John was always a pleasure to have a conversation with. He always greeted us with his beautiful smile & warm handshake. We hope all your happy memories will help you through this difficult time. We will keep you all in our prayers. With love, the Hummell family.
As a fellow resident of Four Seasons with John and Linda and also a member of the Garden Club, John and I became l became “garden buddies” while gardening in the Community Garden. He was an ardent and very capable gardener who enjoyed the outdoors and seeing his garden patches bear the fruit of his efforts. John could be counted upon and was usually the first to volunteer when a task required doing. He was also a valuable member of the committee that oversees and operates the Community Garden. I remember many pleasant conversations and encounters with John there and Linda too as she would often be at his side. John was a standup guy who will be missed. I can speak for the entire Garden Club in sending our condolences to Linda and the family and sharing how much he is missed.