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Glen P. Celentano

Glen P. Celentano

02-08-1959 - 04-21-2020
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Obituary

Glen Peter Celentano, 61, of Rutherford, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2020.
He was born in Flushing NY to Peter and Gloria Celentano. Glen graduated Drew University Class of 81’. He later married his wife, Louise, and settled in Rutherford where they raised their 3 children. Glen was always a leader, from the time he was a young man and proud Eagle Scout.

During Glen’s loyal 36-year career at Citibank, he rose to the title of Senior VP of Commercial Banking for Citibank Manhattan. Not only did he lead Citibank-supported initiatives for the March of Dimes charity for premature children, but he was a personal contributor and organizer for an annual bowling fundraiser. Glen silently and diligently served on the Board of Directors for the Center for Hearing and Communication. Even with achieving so much and contributing in any way he could, he never bragged or boasted. He simply did what he could for whomever needed it most. With Monday through Friday reserved for Citibank, he saved his Sundays for football season, holding Jets season tickets for 20 years; he’ll always be known as a founder of the legendary tailgate in lot D3.

Even though Glen passed so young, he could not have built a better legacy. Glen has left such a profound impact on the lives that crossed his path; leaving footprints of kindness in each heart and greeting every single person with his warm and contagious smile. He showed all of us that that you do not need to share the same blood to be family. We will always remember you for your generosity, compassion, strength, kindness and the unconditional love you showed each and every one of us.


Glen’s legacy will continue through his beloved wife Louise, his loving children, Peter, Johanna and Michele, her husband Keith, grandchildren Charlston, Levi, and Easton. He will be surely missed by his siblings George, Barbara and Sandy, as well as all of his loving family and friends.

A Prayer Service will be offered in the Calhoun-Mania Funeral Home. All Services and Final disposition will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to the March of Dimes or St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

A “Celebration of life” ceremony to be announced at a later date.
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Dino Stathopoulos

Posted at 11:10am
My deepest sympathy to the Celentano family. Our prayers are with you. Love, Dino Stathopoulos and family.
JM

JoAnn McAleer

Posted at 03:29pm
Remembering my 50th BD party and how you looked so GRAND WITH BETTE MIDLER AND THE BOYS!!!
WE CELENTANO'S ALWAYS HAD FUN AT OUR FAMILY CELEBRATIONS (AND BOY DID WE HAVE MANY) - WE ARE TRULY BLESSED!!!
HEAVEN GAINED THE MOST LOVING, KIND AND CARING "ANGEL" ON TUESDAY NIGHT - OUR DEAR GLEN CELENTANO!
LOVE YOU MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY GLEN!!
AUNT JO ANN, UNCLE BILL AND BILLY
JB

Janis Baldassari

Posted at 11:48am
My friend Glenn great memories from 74th Street and Broadway to the basement in Baldwin Halls at Drew. I see you singing Back in the Saddle Again and trying to teach me Russian! I will always remember you for having my back and being there any time i needed to talk. You had a great soul which shined a light on so many people . You hold a special place in my heart and you will be missed by many. RIP my friend.
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