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Dennis C. Mesday

October 6, 1953 - June 22, 2022

Dennis C. Mesday, 68, of Hamilton, passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at Capital Health Systems at Hopewell.

Born in Trenton, NJ and raised in Hamilton Square, he also resided in South Florida for many years; most recently living in Hamilton Township, NJ.

Dennis was an Honorably Discharged U.S. Army Veteran who served as an Infantryman with Company A, 1st Battalion 13th Infantry Regiment, 8th Infantry Division, stationed out of Baumholder, Germany, as well as, Reserve service with the 78th Division at Fort Dix, NJ during the Vietnam War.

Most of his life, he was employed in the Trucking and Warehousing Industry. He was an avid Eagles and NASCAR fan in his spare time and was also a proud Army Veteran who enjoyed military history and memorabilia.

Predeceased by his parents, Clarence J. and Dorothy C. (Deardorff) Mesday; he is survived by his sons, Dennis T. Mesday and his companion Julie Funk, Kenneth J. Mesday and his companion Silvia Lopez; daughter, Christina R. Mesday; sisters, Linda her husband Rich, and son Alex, and Patricia Rymkiewicz and her husband Frank; grandchildren, Darin and Alyssa Mesday, his former spouse and friend Susan (Mantuano) Stevenson; as well as many other family members and friends.

Graveside services will be held on Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. SHARP at the Brig. General Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 350 Provinceline Road, North Hanover Twp., NJ 08562.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to, Tunnel to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306

Arrangements are under the direction of the Buklad-Merlino Memorial Home, Hamilton, NJ.


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Christopher Lins
Christopher Lins
28 ביוני 2022

The thing about Denny that was so appealing was that he lived life his own way. Good, bad, or indifferent. He was guided by his own voice and stood on his own two feet. Personally, I miss guys like that. Denny could be the funniest person on earth. He had that ability. He also had a very generous side. I remember a long since passed Halloween. I wanted to be a soldier. However, I had no costume and no means of getting one. Denny saw this. He lent me his camo pants and field jacket. He also took it a step further and made my face to look like I was just in some kind of bombing. I can reca…


Denny was always smiling when he saw us and always asked how we were. He was always asking how my sister and I and my parents were doing. I will miss him very much. Xo




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