Michael Gerard Taglieri, 60, of Hoboken, NJ passed away on October 25, 2019 in Jersey City Medical Center.
Born to Michael and Marie Taglieri (nee. Wallington) on May 8, 1959, Michael grew up in Hoboken and always considered it to be home no matter how far he traveled in life. Known for his generous heart and his musical skills practiced from an early age, Michael was known to help many in need, including helping raise over $100,000 for the Hoboken Elks Special Needs Children’s fund as chairman of the Hoboken All Star Music Jam. Michael was also a steadfast advocate and sponsor to help others on the path of recovery through work with Alcoholics Anonymous.
Michael joins his beloved wife, Phyllis Taglieri (nee. Laurio), his parents, his niece Gabrielle, and his siblings Stanley and Bernadine in the hearts of his family. His memory will be treasured by his loving son, Joseph, his daughter-in-law Alexa Valle, his sister, Paula, and a multitude of loving cousins.
Visitation for Michael will be on Wednesday, October 30th from 4:00 – 8:00PM at Lawton-Turso Funeral Home in Hoboken (corner of Washington and Seventh Streets, parking on Seventh). Cremation Private.
In lieu of flowers, please direct donations to the Hoboken Elks’ Special Needs Children’s fund.
10 thoughts on “Michael Taglieri – October 25, 2019”
Deepest condolences on the loss Mike. He will be missed. Jam on buddy. Jam on.
My deepest condolences to his family. You will be missed by many. Always had a inspiring words to help in difficult situations.
Your at peace now ,No more pain Rest easy with the Lord. 💔😓🙏🦋
I am so sorry for you & your family’s loss, I knew Michael since me & Paula were in grammar school. He was always so kind & full of life, making us laugh. It’s hard to believe he is gone so young. You now have an angel in Heaven!
Julie and Family
I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss. My deepest condolences. Love Teresa
Another light goes out in recoveryland. RIP Mikey. You’ve done your job, now stand down, Marine. Till we meet on the other side. Peace, Mark G.
You will be missed. Love Steve F.
My Friend “Mikey Tags” Always ready to help with that big heart of his…My first friend from Hoboken,1976 until his passing, he always had my back..My heart is heavy,but I’ll always have the laughs and the crys! I will miss you my friend.The joint won’t be the same without you! All my love,Dave B
You were truly a “wonderful” man your strength, courage, perseverance , constant support and encouragement will never be forgotten. You were a blessings to many here on earth and now that the Lord has called you to your heavenly home you will guide and direct us from above. Peace and friendship 🙏🏼🕊 Avis
One of the best on God’s earth. Was blessed to know him and share the journey. Rest in peace. Always will have an empty place in my heart.
I remember Mike sitting behind me in history class 1977-1978. I’ll always remember him in a positive light, high strung and a good heart. I wish I had the opportunity to know him better but life gave us different paths. God bless.