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Carmine (Ike) Daniel Iacullo

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  • Carmine (Ike) Daniel Iacullo


    Carmine Daniel Iacullo

    AGE: 66 • Berkeley Twp.

    Carmine Daniel Iacullo, age 66, of Berkeley Twp. died Sunday, April 14, 2013, at home. Born in Newark, he lived in Toms River where he was proud to have built his home, and then resided in Pine Beach for 10 years before recently moving to Holiday City Carefree. He was an insurance adjuster with Toms River Appraisal for many years. He was a Marine Veteran of the Vietnam War, an avid sailor with a love of boats and enjoyed amateur photography.

    Predeceased by his parents, Daniel and Sue Iacullo, he is survived by his son, Daniel of Marine Station Okinawa, Japan and his brother, Vincent Iacullo and his wife Amelia of Toms River.

    Visiting will be held Thursday, April 18, 2013 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 703 Main St. Toms River. Cremation will be private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project at Condolences may be made by visiting

    T.C. Moyer

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    TAPS, RIP Bro
    Semper Fi