COLASANTI, VINCENT, - 69, of Goshen, NJ, was born November 1, 1946 and passed away on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and attended Westinghouse High School, where he studied Electronics. He worked on the NY Transit Systems, then joined the U.S. Army and specialized in electronics. He moved his family to Goshen, NJ in 1974, and became a volunteer fire fighter and lifetime member of the Goshen Volunteer Fire Company. He found work at Leesburg State Prison where he was a Senior Correctional Officer. While on duty, Vincent sustained injuries that caused him to become a disabled retiree. This did not stop him from continuing his efforts in volunteer work. Vincent became a volunteer EMT in North Wildwood Rescue and Lower Township Rescue. He also was an EMT Instructor. Vincent later became a Mason at Cape Island Masonic Lodge #30 in Cape May, NJ and a Shriner at the Crescent Shrine Temple in Westampton, NJ. During this time he held many important titles. He sat on the Middle Township Zoning Board for many years, and was a life member of F.O.P. Cape May #7. Vincent was also a charter member of a police motorcycle club, the Blue Knights #5. Vincent was preceded in death by his wife Carol Colasanti. He is survived by his children, Dianne (Harold) Patterson, Vincent E. (Jessica) Colasanti, and Cristina (Shannon) McKenney; his sister, Natalie Moore (brother in law Robert Moore Sr. deceased); his grandchildren; his great grandchildren; and many loved nieces and nephews. Masonic Service will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at the Radzieta Funeral Home, 9 Hand Avenue, Cape May Court House, where viewing will begin at 12:00 p.m. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Vincent's memory may be made to Crescent Shrine Transportation, 700 Highland Drive, Westampton, NJ 08060. Condolences at

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Steven Ginyard

Vince what a good guy would see you at Donut Connection with the guys we would if not for a few minutes would talk about something sometimes it would be about what happen to him when he was a corrections officer and many other things. Rest in peace prayers for your family.

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