ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Migliore 67 years old, born on October 12, 1953 and passed away on December 23, 2020. We will remember him forever.

Viewing
Monday, December 28, 2020
10-12 p.m.
DiCostanzo family owned,
Lakewood Funeral Home

Burial
Monday, December 28, 2020
1 p.m.
St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery
In lieu of flowers a trust account has been set up for his wife Eva since Joe was the sole provider. Donations can be sent via Venmo @Eva-Migliore. 



Posted by Lisa Ross on December 30, 2020
Sending lots of LOVE and my prayers and condolences to you and your family, Eva!!!
Posted by Donna Setaro on December 28, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. I can never forget the hours our families spent together during Pop Warner and when Young Joe and Nick went to Monmouth University. The road trips were unforgettable. I will be forever grateful that Joe took my boys Marc and Nick under his wing as their 1st employer and taught them a strong work ethic. Joe was the ultimate volunteer and loved his family, friends and community. I will keep Joe and his family in my daily prayers. Maybe Joe and Marc are in heaven printing and cutting out sneakers......I know they are together...God bless Him and Rest In Peace......Donna
Posted by Paul Nowalinski on December 28, 2020
Sorry to hear of your loss prayers to you and the family may GOD'S grace shine on all of you
Posted by Teresa Migliore on December 27, 2020
Pop-Pop , thank you for showing us all what love is. I am so blessed to have had you in my life. I could never get enough of listening to your stories, recipe sharing and just the endless laughs. You were our everything. The kids and I are going to miss you , but will always tell your story. Love you!
Posted by Donna McCarthy on December 27, 2020
I am very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. xo Steve and Donna McCarthy

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Posted by Lisa Ross on December 30, 2020
Sending lots of LOVE and my prayers and condolences to you and your family, Eva!!!
Posted by Donna Setaro on December 28, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. I can never forget the hours our families spent together during Pop Warner and when Young Joe and Nick went to Monmouth University. The road trips were unforgettable. I will be forever grateful that Joe took my boys Marc and Nick under his wing as their 1st employer and taught them a strong work ethic. Joe was the ultimate volunteer and loved his family, friends and community. I will keep Joe and his family in my daily prayers. Maybe Joe and Marc are in heaven printing and cutting out sneakers......I know they are together...God bless Him and Rest In Peace......Donna
Posted by Paul Nowalinski on December 28, 2020
Sorry to hear of your loss prayers to you and the family may GOD'S grace shine on all of you
his Life

Joseph Migliore Jr forever remembered

Joseph Migliore Jr. was a son, husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle. He dedicated his life to his family, friends and community. He volunteered a majority of his life to coaching youth sports for over 20 years helping so many young athletes grow all while supporting his family and community.  You could always find him in a crowd because he was usually in the middle of it telling a funny story lighting up the room.  He enjoyed bowling with his wife and friends in a league. He loved taking vacations with his family and spending quality time with his grandchildren. He loved his family more than anything, as they did everything together. Along with the titles Dad and pop pop, he was also known as Coach Migs or Mr. Migs by the community. He helped many families and cherished every relationship he had. He was a fighter and is now free of pain, in heaven with God. He is survived by the love of his life Eva and his children, Joe III, Jim, Vanessa, Amanda; grandchildren Aubrey, Joey IV, and Sophie; Father Joe Migliore Sr. and his sisters Anita, Margaret, and Adeline as well as their children.

In lieu of flowers a trust account has been set up for his wife Eva since Joe was the sole provider. Donations can be sent via Venmo @Eva-Migliore
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A great friend and neighbor

Shared by Patricia Bendix on December 27, 2020
Joe was a kind sweet man who I was blessed to know. So happy to have found his beautiful wife on facebook so we were able to reconnect. I enjoy all the pics she has posted of their families journey . Joe has raised an amazing family . And he will be missed for sure . May all his family and friends hold his sweet memories close to their hearts to help them through this time of sorrow. He is your special angel now .   Hugs to all . And May Joe Rest In Peace .❤️

The Good Ol' Days

Shared by sean heff on December 26, 2020
Always remembered Mr. Migs after a big Monmouth W (there weren't many losses).  He was a familiar face in the parking lot following the games, and was always first to congratulate the guys on the victory.  Such a nice guy! 

Gone to soon, RIP Mr. Migs!  Thoughts and prayers to Joe and The Migliore Family