Peter Stephen Onulak
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Peter Stephen Onulak

AGE: 53 • Allenwood

Peter Stephen Onulak, 53, of Allenwood, passed away on Friday October 17 at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune. Peter was born and raised in Metuchen and lived in Fair Haven before moving to Wall in 1998. He was the president/ owner of NJ Timberline Contractors for over 30 years. Peter was a member of the Wall Community First Aid Squad for 9 years. There he served as a Treasurer and Trustee. He held the rank of Sargent and 2nd Lieutenant and was named member of the year twice. Peter was a volunteer with Wall Pop Warner while his three sons played there. He enjoyed Akido, skiing, biking, golfing and sailing.

Peter was predeceased by his father Daniel D Onulak. He is survived by his three sons; Jack, Joe and Jimmy Onulak and dog Diesel all of Wall, brother Ted Onulak of Arlington, VA his mother Wasylina of Arlington, VA and his loving fiancée Lori Sims of Glastonbury, CT.

Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial visitation on Wednesday October 22 from 6-9 pm at Orender Family Home for Funerals 2643 Old Bridge Road Manasquan, NJ. A funeral service will be held that evening 8:30 pm at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be sent to Wall Community First Aid 1417 Lakewood Road Manasquan, NJ 08736. To send condolences to the family or obtain directions to the funeral home please visit

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Published in Asbury Park Press on Oct. 20, 2014.
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October 22, 2014
Jack, we are so sorry for the loss of your dad. Prayers to you, your brothers, and your entire family. Our door is always open to you.
Jay and Joan McDermott and family
October 22, 2014
Evan Cohn
October 21, 2014
Prayers to your family and friends Pete. You will be missed RIP
Justina, Mike & Haanz Neighbors
October 21, 2014
I haven't seen Pete in a few years but I know he was a very dedicated father and friend to all. I feel very blessed to have gotten the chance to know him. RIP Pete. You will be missed tremendously.
Kathi Skelly
October 20, 2014
Peter was a good man who loved his 3 boys and was someone who cared about others not in just words but deeds RIP Peter you are at rest in a better place. The Pollack Family
Gary Pollack
October 20, 2014
So very sad over the loss of such a good person.. His infectious, joyful personality could fill a room and touch everybody's heart.. We are all blessed to of known him.
Kristine & Byrne Corbin
October 20, 2014
To Pete's family and to our niece, Lori Sims.........
We can't begin to tell you how very sorry we are to hear of Pete's passing. You are in our thoughts and we will keep you in our prayers. Lori, we were so very happy to have met Pete this summer and had hoped to be able to embrace him as part of our family and spend much more time visiting with you both.

May he rest in Peace.

Thinking of you.

"Uncle" Bob and Cindy Sims
Cindy Sims
October 20, 2014
So full of life. God bless your spirit and your family. Rest in peace.
The Paytas family
October 20, 2014
may you rest in peace our sympathies to all of your family
carmine venezia
October 20, 2014
Pete was a man with a character and sense of humor larger than his ample frame, and filled all our lives with his dedicated sense of purpose and willing hands. We are privileged to have shared blood, sweat and tears with him in the world of EMS. Pete - Rest in Peace, we'll take it from here.
Paul & Sue Newiadomy
October 20, 2014
Our deepest sympathy to all of Pete's family and friends. He loved his family very much. Rest in peace.
Brian and Lynda at the Car Port
October 19, 2014
Our heart cries for you,Pete was so generous to Matt when Dave passed, he will be missed
Trish Pisarcik Family
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