In loving memory of

Michael Davino
July 14, 1968 - August 12, 2019

Michael W. Davino, Jr., Elvis, age 51, of Forked River died on Monday, August 12, 2019 at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center after a courageous fight following a heart attack last year. Born in Brooklyn, he moved to Old Bridge in the early 1980s and lived in South River before settling in Forked River 15 years ago.
Elvis was an Assistant Supervisor for the NJ Department of Transportation for over twenty years. He was a jack-of-all-trades, and enjoyed his Harley Davidson. He was a den leader for Cub Scout Pack 156, Forked River, and played softball for many years in leagues in and around Sayreville.
He is survived by his wife, Courtney; his son, Michael W. III Bug; his mother, Maureen Davino of Fort Myers, FL; his brother, Christopher of Matawan; his sister, Jennifer of Port St. Lucie, FL; his grandmother, Antoinette Cirrito of Nevada; his in-laws, Carol and Dan Mileaf of Point Pleasant; his sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Carlyn and Kip Emens; his nieces, Arianna and Makenna; his best friend, Wally Wheeler; and many aunts, uncles, family members and friends.
A memorial gathering celebrating Elviss life will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 from 1-4pm at Lacey Memorial Home, 1022 Lacey Road, Forked River. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Bug's College fund would be appreciated. Checks can be made c/o Courtney Whiting.


Lisa Drew Diana wrote on Aug 28, 2019:

"Courtney Bug, Our deepest condolences to you both. Drew worked with Mike and really liked him - said he was a great guy. Sending our love and strength to you. RIP Mike."

Kim wrote on Aug 16, 2019:

"A beautiful and kind soul!! He is at peace. Praying for you and bug that peace will come for you too."

Angela Panarese wrote on Aug 16, 2019:

"Michael, You (51) and I (50) were close in age cousins growing up, me with my sister Gail and you with your brother Chris and sister Jennifer. We celebrated many fun holidays and occasions at your grandmother auntys house in Bay Ridge Brooklyn. Saddened to have my mom Darlene tell me of your sudden passing. I knew of the heart attack but I am unsure of the events that took place leading up to the death? No matter the reason you were too young to die with a young child left without a father any longer :( This also reminds me of and has me thinking of the passing of your dad; again too young and too sudden like yourself leaving you without a father. I believe you were not practicing any religion when you died? I am catholic and hoping you are at peace now and not hurting any longer, if were during your final days on earth? God Bless Angela and Ralph Panarese"

Leisl Olson wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"Chris, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May the light of Gods love shine on your and your family in the darkness of your grief over the passing of your brother. May the memories of his life, his laughter, his love and his joy bring comfort and peace in this time of sorrow ... Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4."

Christina Generoso wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"Courtney, You know what I feel. I kept hoping for a miracle because you and Bug deserved it. I know this is a hard time. So many words to say, but never adequate to express my real feelings. No one could have fought harder to stay. No one could have fought harder to keep him here. Hell stay forever in your hearts, If and when you need to talk or just sit silently with you, I am here for you. Love You."

Linda Schroeck wrote on Aug 14, 2019:

"Courtney and Bug my deepest condolences. You both have a special angel watching over you. God bless."

Suzanne Rivera wrote on Aug 14, 2019:

" Im here for you"

Mr. Fiedler and the FRS Staff wrote on Aug 14, 2019:

"Dear Michael and Mrs. Davino, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your extended family and friends. Please let us know if you need anything. With Sympathy, The FRS Staff"

Nancy Bloodgood wrote on Aug 14, 2019:

"Courtney, Bug and family, You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We love you and will always be here for you. Please hug each other from your family in SC. Rest in peace Mike."