Vincent F. Musumeci

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He was most at ease with his hands in the soil with his wife and kids by his
side.  The family that farms together, stays together.  He took care of the
Swedesboro Antler’s club; he got them their lodgings, made sure they were fed,
and kept the peace. Of course peace making was what he did the best: whether it
be with family or friends, he helped everyone see the other guy’s point of
view.  He always had a cigar in his mouth when he was playing a few hands at the
Raccoon Club or betting the ponies.  Retirement saw him encouraging his sons and
grandsons playing ball at their High School games and acting as the unofficial
mayor of Lore Drive.

Dancing at the Oasis Ballroom yielded more than a
good time; its where he would meet the late Patty Wigglesworth.
Their 44 year
union was blessed by four children:  Sue (Ron) Caltabiano, Donna Casella, Vincent
(Nancy), and Steven (Robyn); 10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.  He is
also survived by his siblings: Sally Kinney, Alfio Musumeci, Joseph Musumeci,
and Rosemarie Leone.

Come celebrate 82 great years Friday 6-8 p.m. and
Saturday 9-10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro.  Mass of
Christian Burial Saturday 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Church.  Interment St.
Joseph’s Cemetery. Tell a great story about Vince at lifecelebrationstudio.com.  Donations to Shady Lane
Nursing Home Activities, 256 County House Road, Clarksboro 08020 will be
appreciated.

3 thoughts on “Vincent F. Musumeci

  1. Angel Lucas

    To Sue, Donna, Stevie, Vinnie and all the Caltabiano, Musumeci and Casella families, i am so sorry for your loss of a wonderful father, father in law, pop pop and great pop pop! So many good memories of a wonderful, kind, handsome man! I will miss seeing him at all the family gatherings! Loved him so much!
    Angel Lucas

  2. Mr & Mrs Joseph Fiducioso

    To all the family of my friend Vince please except our Deepest Sympathy I am not able to attend the service due to my health,I have known Vince for 65 years and he told me alot about hunting & trapping.At the age of 13 I had saved enough money to buy my first 12 gauge pump gun.Vince shot at a target and loved the pattern it had.He asked me if he could borrow the gun to take to the Deer woods I told him I would have to ask my Dad.My Dad responce was,for Vince yes,anybody else no and he got his first Deer that year.I know he will be missed.
    Joe & Kathy Fiducioso

  3. Sam Casella

    To the family of Vince Musumeci,
    Our sincere condolonces go out to your family during this most difficult time. May your memories of Vince help ease the the feeling that you going through now. He was a good and descent man and always had time to say hello. It was a pleasure knowing him and knowing his love will live through his extended family. May God rest his soul eternally.

    -Sam & Nadine Casella

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