John Kazmierski, 69, born in Hoboken and resided in Barnegat, NJ, passed away on January 22, 2023, at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.
John was born on July 7, 1953, to parents Vincent Kazmierski and Marie Jaccodine. He spent his formative and early adult years in Hoboken and later made a living in his beautiful home of Barnegat, NJ. He graduated from Hoboken High School, where he played one of his favorite sports, basketball. He later had his beloved son, Vincent J. Kazmierski. John owned a successful Roofing business, J&J Roofing, and developed long-lasting relationships with clients in Hoboken and the surrounding communities. John was a lifelong Yankees fan; he coached and sponsored his baseball team for the Hoboken little league and grew close to mentoring the players. You could often hear John whistling the tunes of popular oldies music. He had a fun-loving personality and was a man of many talents with skills as a craftsman, gardener, and cook. John completed all sorts of home and garden projects, and his holiday feasts were always the highlight of gatherings for family and friends. Anyone could pass by John’s house and view his talents and love for decorating during the holidays. John grew into a pet lover and bonded with his cats and dogs. It was evident to all who knew John that he had many wonderful qualities, but his most admirable quality was his heart of gold, always making sure the people in his life were happy. John lived in abundance with his many adventures and travels in and around the country with his family.
John will be missed by his loving wife and best friend of 38 years, Joan Kazmierski; his four surviving children, Bridget, Angel, Jennifer, and Francesca; daughter-in-law, Ivana Kazmierski; and his many grandchildren. John is survived by his two sisters, Joanne Espaillat and Annette Aiello, niece Jamie-ann Espailliat, nephew Anthony Walenty, wife Marybeth, and his great-nieces and nephews.
John will join his loved ones in paradise, including his son, Vincent J. Kazmierski, his mother, Marie Kazmierski, and his father, Vincent Kazmierski, Sr.
The family will welcome friends at Lawton-Turso funeral Home, located at 633 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030. Visitation for John will take place on Friday, January 27, from 4 pm-8 PM. The Funeral Mass will be held at St. Francis church, located at 308 Jefferson St. Hoboken, NJ, on Saturday, January 28, at 9:30 AM. Cremation services will be private.
18 thoughts on “John Kazmierski – January 22, 2023”
I am heart broken and will always call you my brother! I miss you!
I am heartbroken. I will always call you my brother! I miss you!!
I am so heartbroken John !! I love you and will miss you always !! You were my baby brother !! Rest in peace John until we meet again !!
I am so heart broken you left us way to soon, you truly will be miss RIP with your son.
Had the pleasure of meeting up with Joanie, Bridget and you, John at Maingate for dinner a few years ago! Enjoyed meeting you. May you rest eternally with our Heavenly Father. My heart aches 💔 for my Hoboken HS friend, Joan. Love & prayers to the family. 🙏🏼
Our Sincere Heartfelt Condolences go out to you and the Familia!💔 May he Rest in Peace!☝️
Sincerely, The Hernandez Familia…Marcial, Kim,Kiara & Klarissa….XOXOXO
My condolences to the Kazmierski Family.
May God bless you all and my prayers are with you 🙏 ❤️
John will be missed
My condolences to Joanie and your family. May you Rest In Peace John.
I am so heartbroken Uncle John! You will always be Superman in my eyes, the man that was able to do everything & anything, and always had the best smile!! I love you and I miss you always!!
Bridget, my thoughts and prayers are with and your family.
My condolences to the kazmierski family john and I have been friends since the sixties my prayers are with the family may he rest in.peace
I was honored to be at your union to my cuz Joanie and a few other times over the years. You welcomed me with open arms and a bus heart. You will be sorrowly missed. RIP cousin Prayers to you Joanie and the family.
Sincere sympathy to the family of John, he was taken way too soon.
Our deepest sympathy to the Kazmierski Family.
Nicholas & Patricia Laino
Our deepest sympathy to the Kazmierski
JOHN KAZMIERSKI . I AM SAD OF THE PASSING OFMY FRIEND JOHN. JOHN YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY ALWAYS. I AM A LUCKY TO HAVE TO MEET YOU IN HOBOKEN AND HANG AROUND WITH YOU . THE LAST TIME I MEET UP WITH YOU WAS AT THE HAY RIDE IN WARETOWN WHEN I WAS ON LINE AND THE BOTH OD US LOOKED AT EACH OTHER AND SAID IS THIS YOU. JOHN MAY YOU REST IN PEACE YOU ARE IN THE HANDS OF OUR LORD.
A good friend of mine since childhood . May he RIP🙏🙏🙏🥲
Dear Joanie and family Caple family extends deepest sympathy to all.