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Please do not donate directly to the family. We ask that you use the search bar to donate in honor of Artie to: - Gary Sinise Foundation for Veterans - North Shore Animal League or - Send a meal or snack to the ICU nurses at Hackensack Meridian Health Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank NJ. 732-741-2700

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Stefanie Stingo

Arthur Frank Stingo

June 15, 1951 - December 04, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Artie Stingo. We welcome you to contribute stories, pictures, or memories on this page which will bring us great comfort. Because we can't gather in person right now to celebrate his life, we will be holding a virtual service. Details for the virtual...  see more

Arthur Frank Stingo passed away on December 4, 2020. He was 69 years young. He spent 45 years with the love of his life, his wife, Stefanie Hausman Stingo. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Artie was the youngest son of Frank and Yolanda Stingo. He graduated from Erasmus Hall High School in 1969. He and Stefanie moved to Staten Island, NY in 1985, where they lived for 30 years. They recently relocated to South Amboy, NJ. Artie was a...  see more
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  • Patricia Mann
    As I write this I am still in disbelief that Artie has passed. Tears are welling in my eyes. I met Artie almost 50 years ago. I was introduced as Patty Savage and from that day on that’s what he called me with a big grin. Not Just Patty, Patty Savage ....  more
  • Debbie Lubinsky
    Artie was my friend for the last 10 years. He drove me to the airport more times than I can count. He always talked about his family with so much love and passion. Not that many men leave such an impact like Artie did.
    I have a million stories but,...  more
  • Steven Goldstein
    It was an instant great friendship, as soon as Caryn introduced me to Artie and Stefanie we became instant buddies.Always a great friend and in the softball era playing for the J'S Artie was actually the best pitcher and most consistent hitter and best...  more
  • Steven Goldstein
    Steven Goldstein added 4 photo(s) to the memorial Arthur Frank Stingo:
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  • Tommy Jordan
    SAY GOODBYE TO A FRIEND ( Artie/Yock Stingo )
    Tommy Jordan aka T-Bone

    Spent time together since we were young
    There’s no telling the things we done
    The first time for this
    The last time for that
    It wasn’t where we were
    It was where we...  more
  • R Samberg
    Bob and Rochelle:

    Artie's pride and joy was his family.
    He was a caring and supportive father and grandfather whose love of family was admirable.

    I met Artie when he first met Stefanie (my sister) when I was about 20.
    He always made me feel welcome and...  more
  • Stacy Barton
    My dad lived for his grandkids.. A day in the pool, a baseball game, sneaking them a cookie or cooking them a juicy steak. This still feels so unreal that my boys will miss out on all the fun and love my dad had in store for them ❤️
  • Anita Stingo
    Here are just a few photos of the special times we have spent together. Artie - you will be truly missed.

    Love, Buddy & Anita xo
  • Anita Stingo
    BBQ 2017 - brothers and their families.
  • Anita Stingo
    Celebrating Peggy’s 75th Birthday
  • Megan DiMotta
    These are some photo’s from my mom’s collection, that remind me of all the great memories I have with Artie.
    My mom always told me she always felt like Artie was the Big brother she never had. She would tell me about how Artie would always look out...  more
  • Stefanie Stingo
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  • Jessica Rivera
    I’ll miss you forever daddy. Thank you for my beautiful life.