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Theresa "Terry" Stamato Tomaino

AGE: 88 • Eatontown

Theresa "Terry" Stamato Tomaino, 88 of Eatontown, passed away on April 14, 2017 at Monmouth Medical Center. She was born in Newark, and moved with her family to Long Branch at age 9. She resided in Long Branch until 2205 when she moved to Eatontown. She graduated from Long Branch High School in 1946 and went to Monmouth Junior College.

For more than 35 years she was employed as a medical secretary, doctor's assistant and medical transcriptionist. From 1970 to 1982 she worked for Dr. James Mazza. During her employment , she completed courses to join the National Registry of Medical Secretaries. In 1982 she was employed by Dr. Roger Jerez until 1992 and then was employed by Drs. Ronald Weinberg and Sarah Morris until 2000. She then worked part time for other physicians until she retired in 2005.

Mrs. Tomaino was predeceased by her parents Louise and Vito Stamato and her husband

Anthony "Tut" Tomaino in 1992. She is survived by her son Anthony and his wife Barbara of Neptune, daughter Jeanne Tomaino Esposito M.D. and her husband Andrea Esposito and granddaughters Teresa and Rita Esposito. Also surviving are a brother John Stamato and his wife Nina of Wall, a sister Madeline Fedak of Asbury Park, three nieces and one nephew.

Her hobbies included reading, knitting, doing crossword puzzles, watching Jeopardy and playing May I with close friends. Per her wishes, a Memorial Mass will be celebrated 2pm Friday May 26th at Holy Trinity Church, Long Branch, followed by burial at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, West Long Branch. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in her name to the Long Branch Public Library. Hoffman Funeral Home, Long Branch was entrusted with funeral arrangements.
Published in Asbury Park Press on May 14, 2017
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