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Thomas William Morreale

On September 6, 2021, loving father and successful entrepreneur, Thomas William Morreale, 56, of Bakersfield CA, passed away at his residence.



Tom was born on January 19, 1965 to Charles and June Morreale and spent his youth in Ewing and Hopewell, NJ. He graduated from Hopewell Valley in 1983 and attended the University of Utah and Arizona State University before relocating to California in 1988. By age 25, Tom owned and managed a successful semi-conductor firm in Chatsworth CA., eventually transitioning his interest to real estate, and managing multiple commercial and residential properties.



Tom will be remembered for being kindhearted, generous, funny, the life of the party, quick witted, and most of all for being a devoted and loving father to his daughter Madison.



Tom had a passion for family, friends, dogs, traveling, food, music and attending concerts and shows. Tom and Madison visited NJ family summers and holidays, spending time in Cape May, Philly and NYC with stops at The Lobster House, Pat’s, Geno’s, Delorenzo’s and Broadway. Tom is a true legend and will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.



Tom is survived by his daughter, Madison, his father Charles, his mother June, brothers Charles and Glenn (Laura), and nephews Lucas and Ben.



Funeral services will be held at the Parkside Brenna-Cellini Funeral Home, 1584 Parkside Ave., Ewing, NJ 08638. Family and friends are invited to celebrate Tom’s life on Thursday September 30th for visitation from 6-8pm and a funeral service on Friday October 1st at 10am.
To honor Tom’s love for dogs, memorial donations may be made to Kern County Animal Services: kerncountyanimalservices.org or your favorite animal shelter.


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