Richard A. "Tiny"   Wolfe
Died: Mar 15, 2014
Richard A. "Tiny" Wolfe, 71, of Port Murray, N.J. died on Saturday, 3-15-14 in Dover, N.J. with his loving family by his side. Born in Washington, N.J. on May 15, 1942, Richard was the son of the late Stanley H. & Ruth Laudenbach Wolfe. Mr. Wolfe served as site manager for the Colorite Corporation of Piscataway, N.J.. With the exception of two years employment in Reno, Nevada from 2006 to 2008, "Tiny" and his wife Pat have lived in Port Murray N.J. for over 46 years where they raised their family. A talented musician, he belonged to Blue Ridge Drum & Bugle Corp of Hackettstown, N.J., The Avengers Drum & Bugle Corp, Kenvile, N.J. and former Garden Statesmen Drum and Bugle Corp., Mr. Wolfe also served as a Boy Scout Master,Troop #222, Mansfield Twp., N.J. He is survived by his wife Patricia F. Casselli Wolfe of Mansfield Twp., N.J., Three sons, Alan R. and wife Christine Wolfe, Michael C. Wolfe, both of Mansfield Twp., N.J. and Kevin S. and wife Stephanie Wolfe, Madison, Connecticut. One Brother, William Wolfe of Seabrook Island, S.C. and one sister, Elizabeth Jenkins, Edgewater Park, N.J.. Two loving grandchildren, Richard "Ricky" Wolfe and Shain Gerald Wolfe, 3 nieces and 4 nephews.
Visitation and Funeral Services at the Cochran Funeral Home, 905 High St., Hackettstown, N.J. will be held on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 9:30AM to 12:30PM with services beginning promptly at 12:30PM. Interment will be at Union Cemetery, Hackettstown, NJ.
In lieu of flowers, the family request that you please consider donating to Kidney Research at American Kidney Fund, Attn: Memorial Donations, 11921 Rockville Pike, Suite 300, Rockville, Md., 20852.  Donation envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Condolences may be given at www.cochranfuneral.com.

Condolences:

Jim Reed
#13
March 21st, 2014 10:36 am
To Alan & Family, Please accept my condolences on your lost. May your fond memories ease your mind during this difficult time.
Steve and Barrie
#12
March 19th, 2014 4:00 pm
Richard, although we only got to see you on special occasions and the coincidental times we saw you with Kevin and Stephanie and more recently with Shain, we always felt part of the family. I know how you struggled at the end, so now it is time for you to rest in peace now that there is no more pain or suffering. Your job as husband, father and grandfather have all been served well. I can still see Shain in your arms and playing with him in the basement as Kevin recovered from knee surgery. We so enjoyed catching up with Pat and you whenever we got to see you.I never enjoyed a wedding more than when Steph and Kevin exchanged vows. It was such a beautiful event from finish to end. I realize we helped a bit, but it felt like family. That was when we really got to know you and both families. Such wonderful memories. Farewell our great friend!
Victor, Denise, Caitlin, Ashley & Allie Stanich
#11
March 19th, 2014 7:50 am
Rich, simply put, we love you and will miss you! Words just can't seem to express how much having you in our lives has meant to us. God's gain is our loss. Rest in peace! We love you!
Kevin S Wolfe
#10
March 18th, 2014 10:39 pm
Dad, I can only Pray that I am HALF!! The father and man you were! When i got got married you were my BEST MAN and that is becouse you are the BEST MAN that I ever knew. I love you! and you know that!!!!
Billy Barker
#9
March 18th, 2014 10:00 pm
Uncle Tiny I will miss you. I LOVE YOU. and thank you for being part of my life.
Valerie Ponsini
#8
March 18th, 2014 6:43 pm
I was sorry to hear of Richard's passing. It is many years since I saw you but I have fond memories of time spent with you, Rich and the Moshers. Know that your friends and family will be thinking of you during this difficult time.
Norma Barker
#7
March 17th, 2014 7:43 pm
Tiny, No truer friend did I have in this world. Time and distance never changed our friendship and neither will death. Your best (girl) friend. Norma
Dawn Sebring
#6
March 17th, 2014 7:26 pm
Uncle Tiny rest in peace. Words cant say how much you touch so many lives. As I sit and look at the rocking chair from you and Aunt Pat I am so happy to say you were Uncle Tiny. And when we came up there and you took the girls to feed those geese and shopping in Chester. My life is better for having you in it. Love ya Uncle Tiny.
Stephanie Wolfe
#5
March 17th, 2014 5:14 pm
Dad Wolfe - I am so very lucky to have met you and had you in my life all these years (24 to be exact). I can still remember the first dinner I had at the "Wolfe" house and how intimidated I was of you....little did I know what a big teddy bear you really are. You have helped me more than you know with difficult decisions I have had to make, supporting Kevin and me with all of our crazy moves and being so proud of me through the various stages in my life. I also liked that you enjoyed new technologies as much as I did. You probably don't remember this but you helped me set up my first Compaq computer when they were still cool (far cry from our iPads). I loved and will cherish all the great conversations we had about corporate america, politics, the newest gadgets on the market, etc. and have always valued your advice and opinions. You were always proud of me no matter how many "air headed" comments I would make. I am so grateful that Shain got to spend the time with you that he did. We were a little worried that Shain would never leave your chest when he was a baby. You are an amazing grandfather and he will miss you terribly. I know that I have an amazing husband because of what you have taught him. You are his role model. He has listened and practices many of the values that you have instilled in him and I thank you for that. It is an understatement to say that I will miss you so I will just say it is your time to rest. I Love You - Stephanie
Donna DeYoung
#4
March 17th, 2014 1:34 pm
Uncle Rich you fought a long hard battle. You will be missed by everyone. Here's hoping you are now sitting next to my Dad sharing a nice cold beer. Love you and miss you!!
Steve and Jessica Wolfe
#3
March 17th, 2014 11:07 am
Rest in peace Uncle Richard. I will always remember all of the fun my family and I had at your place. It was always a treat to come to visit. We will miss you. Our prayers are with you, Pat and the rest of the family. God bless you all. Love, Steve
bill barker
#2
March 17th, 2014 8:14 am
Tiny you didn't have to be first at this, Norma is six months older and you never let her forget it. How much will you be missed, let me see, wait I can't count that high. We loved you then, and we love you now, and forever. Bill
michael wolfe
#1
March 16th, 2014 6:57 pm
Pop, you can now rest easy, i there aren't enough words to describe how proud i am to be your son! i will never forgot all the things you tought me threw out the years.from my first camping trip , to you and i digging for crystals in reno. my love of building and work working comes from standing there as a child watching you work in the garage on projects , when i was finally old enough you stood behind me and tought me how to do it all. laying there with you in the way as you worked on moms car in the driveway is where i learned how to wrench on cars , or peaking over your shoulder while you worked on the damn furnace. a better father roll model mentor no son could ever ask for. just know as you look down i am the proudest son in the world!proud to be your son , even prouder that your my father!! Rest easy pop i will always love you michael!
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