Obituary of Michael Joseph Halpin
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Michael Joseph Halpin passed peacefully away on Saturday evening, September 30, 2023 in Chilton Memorial Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 90. Born in Brooklyn, NY in 1933 he had lived in Woodhaven, NY before coming to Montville Township, NJ 49 years ago. He had been a resident of Cedar Crest Village in Pompton Plains since 2021. Mike was a proud veteran of the United States Army. He loved his family, country, animals, and was a loyal fan of the NY Giants, NY Yankees, and NY Rangers. Mr. Halpin had worked many years as a credit manager with Ashland Chemical in Boonton, NJ before his retirement. He was pre-deceased by his beloved wife of 64 years, Ann Dorothy Halpin. He is survived by three loving children, Michael Halpin of Parsippany, Patrick Halpin and his wife, Wendy of Pine Brook, and James Halpin and his wife, Jeanine of Towaco; and five cherished grandchildren, Patrick, Caitlin, Andrew, Christine, and Thomas Halpin. Michael was preceded in death by his parents, William and Anna Madeline Halpin. At the family's request, Funeral Services and Interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover, will be held privately. For those so desiring, the family would be most grateful for memorial gifts to the charity of your choice in Michael's memory.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Michael Halpin, please visit our Tree Store
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