Robert G. Miele, Jr., (Bobby), 57, of Green Village, NJ, died suddenly on December 4, 2016. Born in Morristown, Bobby lived in Green Village his entire life. He was a 20 year member of Brooklake Country Club, an associate member of the Green Village Volunteer Fire Department, a member of Rolling Knolls Rod and Gun Club, an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church and an ambassador for Marker’s Mark Bourbon. Bobby loved to play golf, cards and make his own sausage. He was the life of the party in every situation, had a quick, sharp wit, a great sense of humor, and was a constant instigator during family parties. He always started the day with a smile. He tried his best to maintain his backyard koi pond, while successfully fighting against a blue heron for years. He was the proud owner/operator of South Orange/Chatham Disposal Co., South Orange, NJ.
Bobby is survived by his wife of 27 years, Judy Stiner Miele, father of Rachel, Robert III, and Jenna, son of Robert Sr. and Ann Terono Miele, brother of Paul and his wife, Lisa and Craig. He is also survived by his brother-in-law George and Liz Stiner, sister-in-law Barbara and Patsy Feola, brother-in-law Steven and Val Stiner, and nieces and nephews, Amanda, Benny, Sam, Shelby, Sal, Emma, Evie, Alyssa, Lauren, Emily, Debbie, Ted, and Tim. Also, cousins Rena and Michael Leo and their children, Michael and Angela, the family pet Lola Belle and many dear friends.
A Prayer Service will be held on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 3 pm at the Wm. A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home, 345 Main St. Chatham, NJ. Visiting hours will follow the service from 4 to 8 pm.
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