Gary Montemurno

Gary J Montemurno

Tuesday, August 12th, 1952 - Sunday, April 19th, 2020
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Gary J. Montemurno, age 67 of South Amboy, passed away Sunday, April 19, 2020 at Bayshore Hospital in Holmdel. Born in Jersey City, he had lived in Sayreville, before moving to South Amboy 30 years ago. Gary was a devoted and loving father, son, brother, uncle and friend. He will be remembered for his great story telling and his love of food. Gary had a great love of Harley-Davidson Motorcycle and animals. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
He is predeceased by his mother Cynthia.
Surviving are his daughter Mary Roden, his grandchildren Kenny & Magdalyn Moultrie, his father Amedeo, his siblings Linda Witham and her husband George, Diana Jensen and her husband Erick, William and his wife Charleen, Susan Thasites and her husband Tommy, and several nieces and nephews.
All services are private due to the COVID-19 federal restrictions on public gatherings, under the direction of Carmen F. Spezzi Funeral Home, 15 Cherry Lane, Parlin, NJ 08859. A memorial service will offered in the future in Gary’s memory. Letters of condolence can be found at
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    549 Morristown Road
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Dean kontos

Posted at 02:55pm
I lost touch with the big man over the years but we really became close when I started working at Monaghan s 6 months ago he was my number 1critic and boy he was tough to cook for but he always told it like it is I'm gonna miss him big time till we meet again Big brother

Wayne Roser

Posted at 04:02pm
Gary was many things to many people, but to me a true friend with as big a heart as anyone i know. He was a person and friend that i could always call to ask anything, would always make time to help if and when needed whether to move or fix something get show tickets, sell tickets need a ride or get something done i couldn't do alone or wasn't sure how to do, and as you know always be entertaining and make the best of things regardless of what situation we found ourselves in. A big man with a big heart and personality to go with it, he will truly be missed, he is already and it truly hasn't really set in yet. God Bless rest in peace my friend. Thoughts and Prayers to your family and your family of friends.

Janet Delicata

Posted at 01:36pm
So many great memories. I could always count on you. You were a good friend who was truly loved, taken too soon and will be deeply missed. Love Janet Delicata

Tom Silk

Posted at 01:30pm
My best memories on a motorcycle all include you, Monte. Ripping through the Rockies in that midnight Montana monsoon will always be with me along with the many "Spirited Rides" we took. Also, I appreciate the good advice you always had offered. Thanks again, Gary. My deepest feelings to his family and his great group of friends.
Tom Silk

Patrick McGrath

Posted at 06:35pm
Riding hard was not a slogan to Monte. As most would probably agree, if you wanted to ride with the big guy, you'd better keep up. Rest in Peace. Love and prayers to your family. Forever in our hearts! Love Paddyray & Katieray (Knuckles).

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