Age: 47 • So. Plainfield
William "Billy" Aiello, 47 of South Plainfield, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family January 30, 2018 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick.
Born and raised in Edison, Billy spent the past three years in South Plainfield in his home that he and his wife proudly built together. He was a man of boundless ambition and relentless energy. He had a passion for the auto body industry, a love for a broad range of music, and he was a huge fan of a wide array of movies and documentaries, specifically conspiracy theories. Billy enjoyed going to concerts, NJ Devils hockey games, and NY Mets baseball games. He loved going out on dinner dates with his wife, traveling to Puerto Rico with his family, and hanging out with his incredible friends. His daughter was his pride and joy and he spent many days sharing with her, his love for music. He had a sense of humor that was sarcastic and witty that was always followed by that signature smile. Billy truly had a zest for life and will be greatly missed.
Billy is survived by his loving wife Kara (Kaskiw) Aiello, his adored daughter Brooke, his parents Phil and Rae Aiello, his sister Dana Clayton and her husband Robert, his sister Patty Aiello, cherished son Billy Aiello Jr., grandmothers Pat West and Juanita Aiello, a very special Uncle Neal and Aunt Mare Aiello, the entire Van Woeart and Parisio families, nieces and nephew Brianna, Justin, and Sofia Clayton and Gianna Aiello, father and mother-in-law Michael and Hala Kaskiw, admired sister-in-law Kelli Kaskiw and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Family and friends are invited to attend a visitation on Friday, Feb. 2 from 3-7pm at the Chubenko Funeral Home 625 Port Reading Avenue Port Reading. Services on Saturday are private at the request of the family.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Billy's memory for a trust fund to be established in Brooke's name to: www.actsofkindness.fund
Age: 85 • Carteret
Harry Schwailik Sr. 85, of Carteret, died on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy. He was born in Carteret and was a life-long resident. He was an Army Veteran of the Korean War and retired from F.M.C. Corp. in Carteret after 35 years, as a Maintenance Supervisor. Harry was a parishioner of St. Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church in Carteret.
He is predeceased by his two brothers, Michael and Nicholas. Harry is survived by his daughter, Patrecia Schwailik-Giunta and her husband, Dr. Lou Giunta; his son, Harry Schwailik, Jr. and his wife, Rosalie; three grandchildren, Nicole, Matthew and Stephanie and his sister-in-law, Ellen Schwailik.
Private Viewing, Funeral Service, Mass and Entombment will be held under the direction of Synowiecki Funeral Home, 56 Carteret Avenue in Carteret. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital would be appreciated.