Cavalluzzi, John Angelo, - 64, of West Atlantic City, formerly of Jersey City , passed away suddenly Sunday evening, Nov. 12, 2017 at Atlantic City Medical Center. Born in Jersey City, NJ, he was a longtime resident there before moving to South Jersey in the 1980's. John earned his Bachelors Degree from Thomas Edison University. He was a computer scientist with the Federal Aviation Administration in Atlantic City for the last 17 years. Previously, he had worked with the Golden Nugget and Taj Mahal Casinos in Atlantic City. John was a die-hard New York Yankees and Giants fan. Preceded in death by his parents, Vito and Josephine (nee Forte) Cavalluzzi and a brother, Larry Cavalluzzi; he is survived by his longtime companion, Joy Duke of Pleasantville, NJ; a sister, Donna J. Murgola and her husband Michael of Bayonne, NJ; his two nephews, Larry Cavalluzzi Jr. and his wife Haily, and their children Nicholas and Sophia all of Bradenton, FL; and Anthony Murgola of Jersey City, NJ. John is also survived by his "girls" Lucy and Pearl, and a host of family, special neighbors and friends who were touched by his generous and giving spirit. Relatives and friends are invited to call Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 6-9pm at Jeffries & Keates Funeral Home, 228 Infield Ave., Northfield, NJ (609-646-3400) and Thursday, Nov. 16, from 6-9pm at Greenville Memorial Home, 374 Danforth Ave., Jersey City, NJ (201-333-8000). A prayer service will be Thursday evening at 8:30pm before the conclusion of visitation. Private Cremation will follow. In light of John's love for dogs and all animals, the family has requested that In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts be made to your favorite Animal Rescue Organization.

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Iris Weingarten

He and my ex husband Abe were friends many years ago and worked together. I will miss his love of animals and his quick wit. He was a very special man. Condolences and prayers to his friends and family. Iris Weingarten

Lew Branin

My deepest sympathies to John's family. John was not only a colleague and mentor he was a very special personal friend. I will miss him dearly.

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