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 Joseph P. Dzikowicz
Died: 05/23/2017
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Joseph P. Dzikowicz

Joseph P. Dzikowicz, 46, of Jersey City passed away after a short illness on May 23, 2017.

Born in Jersey City, he was a lifelong resident. Joseph attended St. Aloysius High School and went on to graduate from the New York Culinary Institute, working in many famous restaurants in the New Jersey Area.

Joseph was predeceased by his parents, the late Joseph and Susanna (Pecoraro) Dzikowicz. Beloved brother of Peter, Michael Genovese (Lorraine), Carolyn Magretto (James), Susan, and Nancy Dugasz (Paul). Also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Services were held privately.

 
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I am sorry to hear of your loss. I hope that these scriptures at Job 14:14,15 and Revelation 21:4 will provide some comfort for the family and friends. Also, for some comforting articles please visit jw.org.
Keith
My Dear Cousins, We are so sorry to hear about Cousin Joseph. Please be assured that we will have the Mass of Christian Burial said for him and our Family members that predeceased him. God Bless you and your families. John & Helen
John P. Dzikowicz
The archangel Michael was a leader in the army of God against the forces of evil and known as an angel with the power to heal. Fire is the element of transformation ‚?? a duality between creation and light, destruction and purification. In the end the fire that was our little brother‚??s life consumed him. And while the wounds of his passing are fresh and deep, let us find comfort and healing in the arms of the angel he has surely become
Lorraine Genovese
A letter To Joseph our little brother: To let you know if you could not see or hear. We stood by your bedside all full of tears. We held your hand and stroked your hair watching you just lay there without a smile or a laugh in sight this was to be your last fight. We wanted you to feel the love that you thought you had lost. We did love you each in our own way. The time we got to share together went by too fast. We were there by your side eyes full of tears this was our last good night. I did not want to believe it this was not fair, we held your hands, we were all there we were not ready we had to understand you were now at rest up high in the sky shining your best we held your hands and squeezed you tight it was time for us to say good night we will miss you little brother but one by one we leaned over you tears streaming down our faces we kissed you and had to walk away saying our final good nights was the hardest thing ever in sight but this was the time to say, Joseph our dear little brother good night, sleep tight, you were not alone, we love you, you will be missed more than ever, your loving warm smile and laugh will remain with us forever, shine brightly every night good night, God bless, you will always be our little brother. Love always.
Genovese Family
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