Rudolph A. "Rudy" Valentino
1925 - 2016
BORN
1925
DIED
2016
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LeRoy P. Wooster
441 White Horse Pike
Atco, NJ
Rudolph A. "Rudy" Valentino

AGE: 90 • Winslow Township

Passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 28, 2016. Born and raised in Cedar brook NJ, predeceased by his parents Guiseppe and Assunta Valentino. Survived by his wife of 70 years Lillian. Sons Rudolph and wife Mary, Randolph and fiancée Barbara; Edward "Rusty" and fiancée Ronny-Lynn. Loving grandfather of Thomas and Colleen, Dave and Kristie, John and Jessica, Russell and Laurie, Randolph and Sabrina, Anthony, Justin and Jennifer, Ryan, Kylie. Great Grandfather of Connor, Emily, Dave, Lillian, Jorgia, Jack, Joel, Katie, Rusty; awaiting the arrival of three additional great grandchildren. World War II Veteran and proudly served in the US Army 111th Army Evacuation Hospital Unit. A retired police officer for the Winslow Township Police Department and known to many as "Officer Phil", 4th Degree Knight of Columbus and a member of the Sgt Ron Wright VFW Post 303. His commitment to his friends and family was immeasurable. His will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Friends and family are invited to attend his viewing on Wednesday February 3, 2016 from 9:00am to 11:00am at Christ the Redeemer Parish / Assumption Church, 318 Carl Hasselhan Drive Atco NJ, Where a Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11am. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery, Hammonton. For more information or to e-mail a condolence, please visit www.lpwoosterfuneralhome.com.





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Mr. Valentino you shall be greatly missed by all who have had the pleasure of knowing and working with you. Marci and I extend our deepest sympathy and heart felt prayers to Mrs. Valentino and the Family. I am sorry that I shall not be present to offer my condolences in person. I have many memories of Mr. Valentino as a young man and as a member of the Police Department. God Bless you and your Family. Bob Green
Robert Green
February 3, 2016
Our sympathies to the family. He was a very nice man.
Lynn Larsen-Jones
February 3, 2016
Thank you for your service to our nation and our community, sir. May the Lord have mercy on your soul and family.
February 2, 2016
On behalf of the members of the Historical Society of Winslow Township I extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Officer Valentino. We feel exceeding lucky to have had him tell us about growing up in Cedar Brook, his participation in WWII and his career with the Winslow Township police force at one of our past meetings. The role he played as Officer Phil in his many visits to our schools helped portray the Officers of our Police Department as kind and helpful public servants. He made a lasting impression on my children and hundreds of others.

Jack Jennings
President, HSWT
Jack Jennings
February 1, 2016
Uncle Rudy,

I haven't seen you in years but the memories I still cherish. Thank you for always welcoming us neighborhood kids into your home. I remember it like it was yesterday!! RIP
Cyndi Cooney-Boyce
February 1, 2016
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