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William John Vota, Sr.

Wickatunk - William "Bill" John Vota, Sr., 74, of Wickatunk, NJ entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 in Santa Rosa Beach, FL after a long and heroic battle with pancreatic cancer. Bill was surrounded by the love of his family when he passed.

He was born the son of the late Joseph Liberato and Elizabeth Rose Vota in Long Branch, NJ. Bill lived all of his life in Wickatunk and spent a majority of the last 17 years at his home in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida as well. He was a proud Veteran who served in the Navy.

Bill was the devoted husband to Cheryl L. Vota (Read) whom he spent 48 beautiful years married to. His is survived by his wife, loving children, William J., Timothy E., Geri and Jessica, cherished grandchildren, George, Meagan, Violet, Rowan, Ryder, Frik and Frak, and beloved siblings, Ethel Sproul, Joseph, Phillip, George and Steven along with a host of nieces and nephews and of course his 3 brother's from other mothers, Harvey Holland, Dennis McGackin and Kenneth Stattel.

Bill worked as an electrician with IBEW Local 400 for his entire career. In his free time he loved to work on his boat, go fishing and tinkering in the garage. Bill always looked forward to his weekly trips to the Columbus Flea Market with his buddies and cherished spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren and helping out his friends, even when they didn't necessarily need it. He will be greatly missed by all his family, friends and all who knew him.

Viewing will be at The Kurzawa Funeral Home, 338 Main Street, South Amboy, NJ 08879, www.kurzawafh.com, on Tuesday, January 23, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9PM. A 10 AM Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Historical St. Gabriel's Church, Rt. 520 East, Marlboro, NJ with burial at St. Gabriel's Cemetery.

In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Lustgarten Foundation to cure Pancreatic Cancer at Lustgarten.org
Published in Asbury Park Press from Jan. 21 to Jan. 22, 2018
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