Linda Luminiello

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We are sad to announce the passing of Linda A. Luminiello of Manahawkin, NJ, formerly of Edison, NJ. She passed away peacefully after a short battle with cancer. She graduated from Edison High School and was married to John Luminiello Sr for 48 years. They had two children John Jr. and Anthony. She worked part time and raised her children. When her children were grown, she and her husband moved to Manahawkin to be closer to her extended family and the beach. She enjoyed playing bingo and bunco, going to the beach and Atlantic City. She loved tanning and made sure she had a year-round tan for everyone to admire. This desire led to her joy of traveling to sunny places for vacation. Linda is predeceased by her husband John Luminiello Sr., her son Anthony Luminiello and her mother MaryAnn Payti. She is survived by her son John Luminiello Jr and his wife Dawn, and her grandson Jayden, her sister Lois Payti, her sister-in-law and brother-in-law Geraldine and Christopher Murphy and her granddaughter Brielle Luminiello. To honor her final wishes her cremation will be private with no service to follow. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation
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Linda Luminiello

1954 - 2024

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