Marc Bongiorno

Marc Bongiorno

Marc lived a simple life, one who was grateful for what he had then what he didn’t have. He wasn’t materialistic and “one mans trash is a another’s man treasure” was his moto. Passing of hands gave items a new purpose and a 2nd chance and that was important to him. Everything has a story, a piece of history and to him a used bike could never have to many miles on it. Music spoke to him, especially during his most difficult times. Marc could relate to everything from Pink Floyd to Lady Gaga and when he came across lyrics with meanings dear to his heart, you better believe a YouTube link was soon to follow in a conversation with his friends and family. He was a bodybuilder and as a personal trainer he was as much into inspiring others to achieve their fitness goals as he was into his own physique. “Your body is your temple; If you want to look like a French fry, eat a French Fry.” he’d tell you. He worked in several Atlantic City Casinos and worked his way up from a dealer to a pit boss. If he was off, you can bet you’d find him at his favorite spots: riding the boardwalk or on the beach.

He is survived by his children, Angelina, Anthony and Mia; his biological father, Michael Bongiorno; his siblings, Sharon Shoemaker (Peter) and Thomas “TJ” Daniels Jr.; his father, Thomas Daniels Sr. and his niece and nephews, Scharlotte, Jarrett, Beckett and Kennett.
Come celebrate 49 great years Saturday Nov. 27 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at St. Clare of Assisi Parish, St. Michael Church, 313 Memorial Ave., Gibbstown where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m.


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