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Joseph F. Janicki

Totowa – Joseph F. Janicki, “JJ”, 78, of Totowa, sadly passed away on December 26, 2021 surrounded by love ones. Joseph was born in Luzerne County, PA on January 25, 1943, to the late Joseph Janicki and Julia (Aiello) Janicki. JJ graduated from Paterson General HS in 1960 and served in the United States Army. Later he studied martial arts under Robert Herten at the Herten Family Karate Academy in Woodland Park, NJ (Previously in Totowa, NJ) where he obtained a third-degree black belt and became a martial art/Karate instructor. Before retiring, JJ worked as a drain technician for many years at Advanced Plumbing in Woodland Park, NJ. He was an avid fly fisherman and spent much of his free time fly fishing in the Catskills, NY. He loved gardening and cooking as well. Joe was a phenomenal man with a heart of gold, an exceptionally loyal friend, always willing to help anyone who needed him. JJ was predeceased by his parents, his brother Matthew and nephew Phillip. He was treasured by his close friends Tommy Eliezer, his wife Solly and their 2 daughters Bella and Mia of Pompton Lakes, Robin Carnevale of Prospect Park, Hank Locker of Woodland Park. He was the beloved cousin of Donna Domin of Hazelton, PA, Robert Munday of Mcadoo, PA. and cherished uncle to Kevin & Bryan Domin. Visitation will be Monday, January 3rd, 2022 from 4-7pm at Santangelo Funeral Home, 635 McBride Ave., Woodland Park. A graveside service will take place on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at 10:30am at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Totowa. All visitors to the funeral home are asked to follow social distancing measures and to wear a mask at all times while inside the building. www.santangelofuneral.com

Posted online on December 29, 2021

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What Is An Obituary

In national newspapers an obituary (obit for short) is a news article that reports the recent death of a prominent person. Although it tends to focus on positive aspects of the subject’s life this is not always the case. According to Nigel Farndale, the Obituaries Editor of The Times: “Obits should be life affirming rather than gloomy, but they should also be opinionated, leaving the reader with a strong sense of whether the subject lived a good life or bad; whether they were right or wrong in the handling of their public affairs.”

In local newspapers, an obituary may be published for any local resident upon death. A necrology is a register or list of records of the deaths of people related to a particular organization, group or field, which may only contain the sparsest details, or small obituaries. Historical necrologies can be important sources of information.