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Albert "Al" Quint


Albert J. Quint, “Al”, age 58, of Wayne, passed away on Monday, April 10, 2017.

Al lived his entire life as a resident of his hometown of Wayne where he graduated from Wayne Hills High School with the Class of 1976. After graduation, Al met Debbie (who he later married), sweeping her off her feet with his long hair and contagious laugh. During this time, Al went to work for Deluxe Corporation in Mountain Lakes. Over the span of a 40-year career, Al’s tremendous work ethic drove him to the role of Team Manager while earning the admiration and respect of his fellow associates. Coupled with the many family members who joined him to work at Deluxe over the years, all of his colleagues grew to be like family to him.

Nothing was more important to Al than his family. His daughters Michelle and Cristina will always cherish growing up and enjoying vacations to warm and sunny destinations including Aruba, the Dominican Republic, and Turks and Caicos as Al and Debbie shared their love of the beach and the Caribbean ocean. With his daughter Michelle, Al shared a love of animals and it seemed that he was always bring her another pet home (with minimal pleads and begging). Happy dogs, Easter ducks, bunnies, exotic birds and fish all lived together at the Quint house. With his daughter Cristina, Al typically reserved Friday nights for quality time over dinner and watching Saved by the Bell or Full House. Sometimes he would even let Cristina win at Chinese Checkers (for fear of what would happen if she didn’t, as Cristina was known for flipping the checkers board when she didn’t win). Cristina also accompanied her father to San Francisco to watch his beloved 49ers play, a past time that he also shared with his nephew Tommy and cousin/best friend Mike Kunzig. Al was one of the San Francisco 49er’s biggest fans. His favorite players were quarterback Steve Young, wide receiver Jerry Rice, and of course quarterback Joe Montana.

Saturday nights were usually spent with his sister Evelyn, nephew Tony and other family members who wanted to get together to enjoy a delicious meal at some of Al’s favorite places to eat, including Stefano’s, Portobello’s, and the Village Inn. Al spent many a weekend by his niece Nicole and husband Andy’s house, spending time wrestling or playing in the pool with his great nephews Cole, AJ, TJ and Niko. He also spent many a football game or family dinner with his best friend and cousin Mike, along with his wife Linda, son Kevin and daughter Erica. Al adored his mother and spent time hanging out with her, watching tv, drinking coffee and enjoying each other’s’ company.

Al loved the outdoors. Whether meticulously attending to his yard, garden, flowers or the self-built Koi pond in his backyard, Al prided himself with having the best landscaping on the block. Al was active, spending time working out and walking. Al enjoyed traveling – namely anywhere warm with a beach and especially his condo in Vero Beach, FL where he was hoping to retire to someday. A good day on the beach consisted of the simple pleasures of life like taking a walk in the warm sand, followed by having a Corona or glass of wine at his favorite Mulligan’s Beach House and Bar. Al also enjoyed visiting his sister Doris and husband Bill at their house at the NJ shore. His mother often stayed at Doris’ house and there were many memories made enjoying their shared great love of warm weather and the shore.

Al cherished good times with good people. You could always count on him for a joke and his natural ability to make people laugh lit up the entire room. And if the jokes didn’t get you, there was no escaping Al’s contagious laughter. To be loved by Al was to be made fun of by Al! He enjoyed pushing buttons, but always came from a place of love. His first major prank may have been welcoming his baby brother Michael into the world by dropping a Match Box Car on his head. Michael shared in Al’s sense of humor and together they made a great comedy act team. Tony and his partner Vito were also known to get in on the action, poking fun and cracking jokes with Al to liven the party. Al also enjoyed the classic humor of television classics like I love Lucy, The Honeymooners and the Andy Griffith show. He loved his oldies music and was known to belt out the lyrics to some of his favorites including “Sugar, Sugar” by The Archies, “Under the Boardwalk” by the Drifters, “Hooked on a Feeling” by Blue Suede, “Peggy Sue” by Buddy Holly, “Rock Me Gently” by Andy Kim and “It’s My Party” by Leslie Gore (especially during Al and Debbie’s New Year’s Eve parties).

Al is survived by his two much-loved daughters: Michelle Quint and fiancé Andrew Franklin of Wayne, and Cristina Quint and her longtime boyfriend Kevin Kowal of Vernon; his former wife and continued friend Debbie Quint of Wayne; his loving mother Evelyn Quint of Wayne; two dear sisters and one dear brother: Doris and husband Bill Daddio of Ortley Beach, Evelyn Celentano of Wayne, and Michael Quint of Wayne; his much-loved niece and nephews (whom he considered his children): Tony and his partner Vito; Nicole and her husband Andy; and Tommy; his much-loved great-nephews: Cole, TJ, AJ, and Niko; his cousin and best friend Michael Kuzig; and other family members. He was predeceased by his dear Father H. Albert Quint in 1998.

Friends may visit with the family at the Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home, 567 Ratzer Road, Wayne, on Friday, April 14, 2017 from 3-7 PM.

A time for Albert’s family to share memories will immediately follow visitation and begin in the funeral home at 7:00 PM. 

Guest Book


I will never forget his kindness. May God give him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain.

Luisa G.Tyczynski


Cousin Al will never be forgotten may you rest in peace and may god bless your family though this tough time.

Diane Hirkaler-Petty


AL was a gentle person who always made me laugh at work. I am so devastated by his passing. My condolences to his family. RIP Al........

joseph primamore


Uncle Al, words cannot describe how much you will be missed by myself and my family. You were truly like a second father to me and I will forever have a void in my heart without you in my life. I love you so much.

Erica Kunzig


Wayne Hills classmate and neighbor, Al was always a nice guy. I'll always remember our homeroom chats. I feel like I got to know you even better on Face Book over these past few years. You were loved by many and will surely be missed. RIP Al.

Loren Parisen Ascione


My deepest condolences to the Quint family, Al was such a sweet man and he will never be forgotten. Praying that friends and family can find strength getting through this difficult time. With all my love,

Betsy Eskin


I worked with Al for 37 years at Deluxe. When we were in W. Caldwell he was my boss for a couple of years. Back when employees mattered I would go into his office and tease him that I was going to quit, he would panic and offer to fix what ever was wrong and a raise if that's what it took to keep me there. I will miss our talks and you always calling me Buddy



Yeeaahhhh Buddy. I'm going to miss good friend. Thoughts, prayers and condolences to all that loved you.

Todd Wesner


So sorry for your loss Mike and family. My deepest sympathy. Heidi Gentile Previous Receptionist at Custom Index, Inc.

Heidi Gentile


I worked with Al at deluxe in West Caldwell. He was a Great guy and a great friend we had a lot of laughs together

Dave cannon


Our deepest condolences to the Quint family at this very sad time. Al and I became friends at Retro Fitness gym in Wayne. Rest in peace dear friend.

John & Jackie Casas


So unexpected and such a loss and sad time for Al's family and friends. Al and I went to school together from elementary through high school. We kept in touch through Facebook. Al was a very kind, positive person and a good friend. He will certainly be missed by many. My sincere condolences to the Quint family.

Bob Snyder


We have lived down the street from the Quints for over 25 years. We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts at this difficult time. God bless

Barbara and Peter Sellix


Al was a great guy and I enjoyed working for him at Deluxe. He was always upbeat!! My condolences go out to his entire family. So very sorry for your loss.

Eileen O'Neill


Al, I can't believe you are gone. You were a pain until I got to know you. You were a kind person. You helped me when I needed it. Say hi to Wally up there. You will be missed. God Bless.

Robin Ziegler


Al always made you laugh! Great guy, he'll surely be missed. My deepest condolences to Al's family. Rest In Peace

Sharon Gratale


Al, l will miss you calling me "Kid". I met you when l was 17yrs old when l started at Deluxe. Always caring and fair. ..It was a great privilege to have worked and known you I will miss you... my condolences to the Quint family..

Kelly O'Donnell


Our sincere condolences to the Quint Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.

Laura and Fred Conner


Al, I will never forget your smile and kidness. I still cannot believe you're gone... May you rest in peace. ?? My deepest condolences to the Quint family and his friends at this sad time. God bless you.

Agnes Nikodem


DearFamily, May your memories of AL Help to sustain all of you at this most difficult time, my sincere condolences, Rest In Peace



My sincere condolences to the Quint family. I have many fond memories of Al, a great boss and colleague. All my thoughts and prayers go out to you at this difficult time. .

Karen Chase


Uncle Al, you were truly the life of the party. You made all our holidays and get-togethers more memorable and fun; there are so many moments I won't forget. I always secretly looked forward to Christmas Eve when you would blast ridiculous Christmas songs like Dominic the Donkey & Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer. You always cracked me up .. I will miss you more then you know and cherish all the fun memories we had. <3 Rest In Peace Uncle Al

Jessica Stover


Worked with Al for years at Deluxe. He was a great leader, a great Deluxer and a true friend. He will be missed by all. Rest In Peace Al. Chad Montgomery Deluxe Kansas City

Chad Montgomery


I am so very sorry for your loss Doris, Mike, and family. I knew Al for 22 years of my life, and will always remember him. I am heartbroken, as I know you all are. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers xoxoxox

Lori Morici


Sincere condolences to the entire Quint family. Al was a great guy, we grew up with him, he will be missed by all who knew him, the Brennan's.

Marty Brennan


Our deepest sympathies to the Quint family. Al was a wonderful person and we have great memories of working at Deluxe with him for many years. May he Rest In Peace.

Darrell and Sharon Quinn


Our deepest sympathies to the Quint family! We met Al when we moved to NJ from Ct 23 yrs ago with Deluxe Our thoughts, prayers and condolences to the family. God Bless and Rest Peacefully Al.

Bill & Teresa Smith


My heartfelt condolences to the entire Quint family. I’ll always remember Al as one of the most dedicated, caring, and supportive people I’ve ever worked with. He was always about giving his very best, while being quick to share credit and express appreciation for the efforts of others. Al cared deeply about everything and everyone in his world. Whether we were talking about work, family, sports, or just ordinary B.S., I loved his passion, humor, and honesty. He was a great friend, and I’m sad that he’s gone way too soon.

Chuck Hietpas


I didn't know Al for very long, but it didn't take much for me to see how much of a great person he was. Whenever I saw him walk past the halls at Deluxe he always had a smile on his face and a pep in his step. I could see how strong the bond was between him and my fellow managers and peers and I admired his kindness, humor, and professional success all at once. I looked up to Al as one of my leaders and I know he's definitely made a positive impact on all the people he has met throughout his life. His presence is sincerely missed and I pray that he is at peace.

melissa perez


I still don't believe that you are gone. You are in better place I will miss you for ever and every day when I go to work. You were very nice and pleasant person. Our last 18 years of memories how I will forget. Rest In Peace

Tahir Warsi


My Dearest Friend, I will truly miss you. I'll miss the twinkle in your eye before you'd say something funny. I'll miss your brutal honesty. I'll miss one of the most loyal people I have had the honor of crossing paths with. I'll miss being jealous of your wonderful beach vacations. But I know that you will be smiling down on us taking care of your loved ones as you always have. May your family and friends find peace in our cherished memories. You have touched so many. Love you. Rest In Peace.

Melissa McGrosky


Our deepest condolences to the all Quint family and friends. We are very saddened by this news. May you find healing by remembering all the good times together with Al and remembering Al as a "blessing" that was part of your life. "The LOVED are never gone, for in our hearts,they live on"

Ken and Deb DenBleyker


To Al's Family, I knew Al from Wayne Hills High School, Class of 76. Al was in some of my classes back in the good old days of High School. Al always was happy & cracking jokes,he was 1 of the class clowns!!I'm sorry to hear of Al's passing & I know he is @ peace in Heaven w/his family & his fellow classmates of 76!!Al's family, you have My Deepest Condolences. Al, just know your fellow classmates who are in Heaven, welcome you Home!!Rest in peace, My Brother in Christ! Love, Patricia Labazzetta-Mastromonico

Patricia Labazzetta-Mastromonico


Sorry for your loss. Al seems like he was a great guy. Al Quint Massachusetts

Al Quint

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