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Lucille Corsentino

Lucille Corsentino

Sunday, January 3rd, 1943 - Wednesday, May 6th, 2020
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Obituary

Lucille Corsentino 77 of Holmdel, New Jersey passed away peacefully on May 6, 2020 at Bayshore Hospital with her family by her side. Lucille was born on January 3, 1943 in Newark, New Jersey. She attended Union H.S., after graduating she met her husband Charles and they started their lives together. First moving to Roselle Park then to Hazlet to raise their family before ultimately settling in Holmdel. Lucille worked for Staff Good Deal and Prudential Insurance doing administrative accounting work for many years before retiring. She went on to spend the next 25 years volunteering her time helping victims of domestic abuse at 180 Turning Lives Around.

She is predeceased by her parents Joseph and Lena. Lucille is the beloved wife of her husband Charles for 50 wonderful years. She is the devoted mother of her son Charles, his wife Robyn, daughter Jennifer and her husband Chad. Lucille is also the loving sister of Joseph Farro, as well as the cherished aunt of Michael. She is survived by her three precious grandchildren Camryn, Mia Rose, and Colton. Reading was one of Lucille’s great joys. A longtime supporter of animal rights organizations, she was also very passionate about helping animals, even those found in her own backyard. She will truly be missed by all who knew her.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home 1735 Rt. 35 Middletown, NJ 07748. Due to the currently COVID-19 health crisis, services will be held privately for the immediate family only.
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Christi Debrauwere

Posted at 12:40am
Charlie, my heart is broken for you and your family. Lucille was the always the sweetest lady. You have all been in my thoughts and prayers. Much love to you and your family from Me and Jeff. Stay strong.
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Nicky, Jeannette & Family

Posted at 08:53pm
There are no words to express the feelings of grief. Mrs. Corsentino and her family treated me like one of their own children. I have known them since I was in 1st Grade. She will be missed greatly by all. Rest in Peace Mrs. C and know your legacy will live on.
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Audrey Ginolfi

Posted at 01:26pm

I have a collage of memories of Lucille spanning almost 40 years; taking our young kids to the swim club, bowling, horseback riding lessons (which was a hoot), holiday parties, barbecues, weddings, baby showers, our trip to Europe and more. She was there for me in the good times and the bad. For the last 25 years, we met every Wednesday for lunch to share whatever was going on in our lives. Those lunches were a highlight of my week. We had similar taste in most things; politics, Chico's, Project Runway,Top Chef and all things British. Lucille was one of my oldest and dearest friends and I loved her. I was blessed to have had her in my life and I will miss her forever.
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Janet

Posted at 07:28am
Lucille volunteered for 180 Turning Lives Around for 25 years where I worked. We valued her tremendous service. She was also funny and feisty, and a loyal friend. I remembered how she made me laugh during book club meetings - she was a master at that! It didn’t matter if we liked or hated the book - she could bring us all together through her generous sense of humor! You were a gift to all of us and we will remember our lovely friend Lucille.
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