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 Gallo, Joseph Michael
Born: 08/14/1949
Died: 11/07/2014
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Gallo, Joseph Michael "Joe"

Gallo, Joseph “Joe” Michael age 65 of the Forest Lakes Section of Byram Twp., NJ, died peacefully at his home Friday, November 7th, 2014 with his loving family by his side, following a long and valiant fight with cancer. Born in Hammonton, NJ, Joe grew up in Mays Landing, NJ and had lived over thirty years in South Jersey before moving to Byram Twp. in 1985.            
Son of the late Joseph and Marie (Longo) Gallo, Joe was a graduate of the Oak Crest High School Mays Landing, NJ, Class of 1967 and had attended Montclair State University.  He proudly served in the Air National Guard during the Vietnam War. His career in banking began over forty years ago leading to his recent retirement as the Senior Vice President and Auditor for Lakeland Bank Corp. Oak Ridge, NJ.             
An avid hunter, outdoorsman, and Poker player, Joe loved spending his free time at “The Cabin”. He was well known as “The Music Man” for his love of music and his extensive music library. He enjoyed sports and was an ardent Philadelphia Flyers and Phillies fan.             
A loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and brother, Joe will truly be missed by everyone who knew and loved him. He was predeceased by his sister Mary Jo Gallo Perrone. Joe is survived by his beloved wife of twenty eight years Nancy Gannon Gallo, his sons Michael Joseph Gallo and his wife Kelly of Newton, NJ and Danny Hunter Gallo and his wife Ruthy of LA, CA, his daughter Megan Gannon Gallo of Byram Twp, NJ, his grandchildren Hunter , Aiden and William Gallo and his brother David T Gallo and his wife Michele of Mays Landing, NJ. Also surviving are his brother in law Austin “PeeWee” Perrone, mother in law Connie Gannon, sister in laws Sally Holden, Susan French and Janie Gannon, nieces Denise Massey and Kathy Pantalone and nephew Tony Perrone.             
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 11:30 AM in the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home #156 Main St. Newton, NJ. Interment will immediately follow in the Stanhope Union Cemetery Stanhope, NJ. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Tuesday November 11th from 4 to 8 PM. In lieu of flowers donations in Joseph’s memory may be made to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center www.mskcc.com
 
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I opened the AC Press this morning looking for the obit - my thumb slipped into partially open a page when I looked down - would you believe I saw in big bold letters the heading of a story "St. Joe". He sure was. One of my dearest friends of 43 years!! Remember our softball games and canoe trips!! We had great times. Friends don't get any better than Joe and Nancy. My heart aches for Nancy, Megan, Michael, Danny and the entire family and all of Joe's friends. I love you. Deedie
Deedie Dobarro Weaver
To Nancy and family our condolences on the loss of joe. He was a treasured friend that I ve known since kindergarden. These things are never easy, but we know is at peace with no more pain, only joy and contentment. I ll always miss my buddy but we ll meet again some day on the other.
Bobby and Mandy Ripley
Nancy, Megan, Michael and Danny, There are just no words for your tragic loss of Joe. Our hearts ache for you and we are praying for God to carry you all during this extremely difficult time in your lives. Love, Ron & Judy
Ron & Judy Longo
nancy and family, so sorry to hear about joe. He was the best. Dan
dan gallagher
I am saddened by Joe's passing. He fought a valiant battle. During his entire illness, his dedication to his career at Lakeland Bank was remarkable. He will be missed by all of his colleagues. I regret that I am out of town and cannot attend his services. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Mary Ann Deacon, Chairman, Lakeland Bank
Mary Ann Deacon
So sorry to hear about Joe's passing. He was my first boss when I entered Banking in 1974. A lot of great memories with him including "his cabin" and watching the flyers win the stanley cup . My sympathy Nancy - Joe was a great guy, and I valued his friendship back in those days . My prayers are with your family
dennis stacy
My condolences and sympathy goes out to Nancy and the Gallo Famuly with the loss of Joe. Joe was my first sopervisor at First National Bank of South Jersey. My prayers and thoughts go out for you and your family.
Jim Mullen
A great leadoff man for our Little League team back in 1958. Never saw Joey without a smile on his face. He will be missed.
Jack McCallum
Dorothy and I are very sad to hear about Joe. He was a wonderful guy and we have so many fond memories of him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Nancy and all the family.
Bob and Dorothy Campbell
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