Christopher Maita Obituary, Death – Christopher Maita of Ho-Ho-Kus New Jersey has passed away unexpectedly. He is devoted to his family and lives in Ho-Ho-Kus with his wife Marie, who was formerly known as Merlo. Devoted father of Christopher II and his wife Cathy, who live in Mendham, New Jersey, as well as Donald, who lives in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey, with his wife Jennifer. Christopher II and Cathy were married in Mendham. Donald was married in Ho-Ho-Kus. Donald and Christopher III are Christopher II and Cathy’s children. Donald is Christopher II’s younger son. The grandchildren Donald II, Christopher, Carlye, and Camryn have a deep love and respect for their grandfather. Both Dominic Maita and Mary Ann Mitchell are his siblings.

He is also the brother of Mary Ann Mitchell. Christopher spent his childhood in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, where he developed his skills as a football player and eventually became a well-known and respected athlete in the community. On not one but two different occassions, he was chosen for placement on the first team of the All-State team. As a direct result of his successes on the field, he made the choice to further his education by enrolling at the College of William and Mary. Throughout the course of his life, Christopher was employed in a diverse range of businesses and in a variety of roles.

To begin, throughout the entirety of his time spent as the proprietor of Circle Wines & Liquors, which lasted for a combined total of 15 years. After that, he worked his way up through the ranks at the County Trust Company in Garfield, which is located in the state of New Jersey. There, he eventually became President and Principle of the institution. After a brief period of retirement, Christopher found that he was unable to relax at home and made the decision to re-enter the business world by founding NJ Lenders Corp. There, he eventually became chairman of the board of directors of the company. This happened after he had already taken some time off in the past to relax and enjoy his retirement. During the time that Christopher was a member of NJ Lenders Corp., the company was on its way to becoming the most successful privately held mortgage banking company in the state at the time. Christopher played an essential role in this rise.