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So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in your memories of your years with Jay. Fondly, Joan

Theresa and family:
I am so sorry to hear of Jay's passing. He was a good man and family friend. I've known Tammy since she was much younger and living on First St. I pray for God's peace and comfort for all of your family. I'll always be thankful for his friendship.

Theresa and family:

I remember Jay well from our childhood and lived on Ryon Avenue, a few blocks from his home at Broad St. and Park Avenue. Eric and I were in the same class too. May your warm memories comfort you as you say "Goodbye" to Jay until our "Grand Reunion". God bless you all.

I only met your dad a few times when he came to church to watch our melee of a pageant. They say a man leaves his mark by example. You and your family are proof Jay was a great man.

Tammy, Mike, Theresa and families,
Our Deepest Condolences on the loss of Jay B. I'll always remember with great fondness the visits to your home, the tours of the NAFEC flight line, and the incredible models your Dad built. We've all lost someone very talented and special. Please find comfort in your memories and the knowledge that our lives were enhanced by having known Corporal Essington, USMC. Semper Fi!!!

Semper Fi!

Jay was a very special member of our Class of '59 at Pleasantville High School. He was a dear friend to all who knew him - kind, funny, sweet and handsome as could be! It was a joy to see him at our 50th Reunion, an event he worked so hard on. And it was absolutely terrific! God bless you in Heaven, Jay.

We are so saddened to hear about the passing of your Dad and Grandpa. May the memories of his love fill your hearts and comfort you in the coming time. God bless.

Teresa and family so sorry for your loss,may your memories help you through this difficult time


JAY's Obituary

JAY ESSINGTON passed away in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The obituary was featured in The Press of Atlantic City on July 19, 2013.