John Anthony Alzamora . Esq
1946 - 2020
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John Anthony Alzamora Esq.

Point Pleasant Beach - John Anthony Alzamora Esq, 73, of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey passed away on Saturday May 16, 2020 due to complications of Covid-19. Born on December 21, 1946 to the late Dr. Elio F. Alzamora and the late Kathryn Mruzak Alzamora in Neptune, New Jersey, John was raised in Marlboro, New Jersey; Lima, Peru; Louisville, Kentucky; White Plains, New York and Pleasantville, New York. John graduated Pleasantville High School in New York in 1964. He received a Magna Cum Laude BA at The College of Arts and Letters from Notre Dame University in 1968. John later earned his Juris Doctor of Law from Penn State Dickinson School of Law in 1975 with a specialization in Educational Law. As a law student, John was also the editor of Penn State Law Review 1973-1975. He acquired his Pennsylvania law license in 1976 and settled in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. During his long and esteemed career, he worked as an assistant attorney general for the Pennsylvania Board of Education before going into private practice at Thomas, Thomas, Armstrong and Nielson in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Once retired, he moved to Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey to be closer to family and to care for his aging mother. John is survived by his siblings: Anita and Rod Watson of Mytholmroyd, England; Charles and Rita Alzamora of Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey; Mary and Robert Moss of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey; Eliot and Jenifer Alzamora of Brick, New Jersey plus several adult nieces and nephews as well as his grand-niece Katelyn and grand-nephew Jack. John will be remembered as a talented poet, artist and gardener. John and his sense of humor and dry wit will be missed by his family and friends. Private services and burial of his remains will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are welcomed, and donations can be made towards Jersey Shore Animal Shelter for John's affection for cats and ferrets. (

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