Jeremiah Ferentinos
Born: 04/26/1936
Died: 09/08/2017
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Jeremiah Ferentinos

Jeremiah Ferentinos, 81, formally of Jersey City, passed away after a long illness on Friday September 8, 2017 surrounded by his loving family.  Jeremiah was born and raised in Jersey City, most recently in Brielle and Lafayette Township, New Jersey.  

Jeremiah was a graduate of Lincoln High School Class of 1954, where he met his loving wife Marion, of 55 years.  Jeremiah was also a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, where is majored in Humanities, while exploring his creative passions such as photography, painting and sculpture.  He also continued his love for acting and was involved in theatre and film since he attended the Actors Studio in New York City.  Jeremiah was an Army Veteran, a member of the Elks Club, Lions Club, American Legion, Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity, and a lifelong member of the AHEPA in Hudson County.

Jeremiah is survived by his beloved wife, Marion (nee Marchiano) Ferentinos;  his children Gregory Ferentinos; Michele Ferentinos Tagliabue and her husband Robert; Michael Ferentinos and his wife Megan; his grandchildren Alexandra Dyer and her husband Billy; Matthew, Nicholas, Joshua, Tessa, Emma, Christopher, Ava and great-grandson William.  He is also survived by his loving sisters Catherine McCauley and Nikki Christopher, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and his Aunt Anna.  Jeremiah was predeceased by his parents, Spiro and Elvera Ferentinos, as well as his brother George.

Visitation will be held at McLaughlin Funeral Home on Thursday, September 14, 2017, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 PM.  Family and friends may return to the funeral home on Friday morning at 9 AM, followed by a service at 11 AM.

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Judith Sann Grenen
From kindergarten at P.S.#17 through Lincoln High School, memories will last forever.
Judith Sann Grenen
Sorry for the recent loss of your loved one, at a future time the Bible promises all those asleep in death will be reunited with loved ones in the resurrection hope, (Acts 24:15).
Rodney Veinotte
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