Nicholas Scalfani Obituary, Death – Nicholas Scalfani of New Jersey has died. A GoFundMe account setup for Nicholas reads: Nicholas Scalfani and I lived together while we were both students at Monmouth University. Our relationship progressed to the point where we felt comfortable referring to him as a roommate due to the closeness of our connection. Both of us, Matt Fiorelli and Josh Piccotti, would want to use this opportunity to formally introduce ourselves to you. Our names are Matt and Josh. It was only recently that a diagnosis of leukemia was made, and regrettably, he passed away on November 5th, 2022, having been unable to triumph over the cancer despite fighting valiantly against it.
Jefferson Township, New Jersey, where Nicholas was both born and reared, also functioned as Nicholas’s hometown throughout his life. This is the region of the world in which he has resided for the vast portion of his life. Wakeboarding, fishing, and simply hanging out with his friends, family, and Emily, the woman he was dating at the time, were among his favorite things to do. At the time, Emily was the woman he was interested in. Throughout the length of his life, he was encircled by a great deal of love and support from his family, which consisted of his parents David and Arlene as well as his sister Kaitlyn. This love and support helped him achieve a great degree of success in all aspects of his life.
He had a joyful disposition, a laugh that was infectious, and a brilliant grin that would be remembered for the rest of time because of the indelible mark he left on the lives of a large number of people. He also had a chuckle that was contagious. He was always in a good mood, and his laugh was contagious. He also had a beautiful grin. We would be really grateful for any contribution, regardless of how big or how small it is, and we would welcome it with open arms. If you could keep his family in your prayers and thoughts while they are going through this difficult time, it would mean a great deal to them. I ask that you give this some thought. Click to donate