John A. Bonitt

  • Born: June 17, 1953
  • Died: March 12, 2019
  • Location: Rio Grande, New Jersey

Radzieta Funeral Home

9 Hand Avenue
P.O. Box 37
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

radzieta@comcast.net
Tel. (609) 465-7458

Tribute & Message From The Family

BONITT, JOHN, - 65, of Rio Grande, NJ, formerly of Sea Isle City, passed away March 12, 2019.
John was very proud of his Irish heritage and visited the "Emerald Isle" on several occasions. His interests also included reading history and religion as well as a love for art and antiques.
John was a 1971 graduate of Ocean City High School and also served in the U.S. Army. He was employed in the casino industry as well as St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Atlantic City.
John was predeceased by his parents Leonard Bonitt, Sr. and Theresa Bonitt. John is survived by his sister Sandy Bonitt and her husband Len Shatz of Cheltenham, PA; brother Leonard Bonitt Jr.; nephew Evan Shatz of Naples, FL; and niece Caroline Shatz of Philadelphia, PA.
Services are private. Donations in John's memory may be made to one of his listening favorites, local NPR radio WNJZ 90.3 in Cape May Court House, NJ at whyy.org


Condolence & Memory Journal

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with John at AJ's Antiques in Avalon, New Jersey. We shared an interest in reading and he often recommended books for me that he thought I would enjoy. R.I.P.

Posted by Barbara Clemens - Cape May Court House, NJ - Acquaintance   April 12, 2019

John was a cherished friend who had much wisdom, humility and a dry sense of humor. He delighted in visiting the Philadelphia museum of fine art on many occasions. His love and respect of elder relatives left a lasting impression from an early age. We often discussed this topic extensively .
John traveled to Ireland, both coasts in America, and spots in Maryland and Lancaster county to visit Amish communities.
He loved to walk the woods and beaches, either deep in concentration alone, or with a friend for intriguing conversation.
Friend, you will be thought of often and will be missed sorely. But, we will meet again on God's time line.

Posted by David Robinson - Cape May Court House, NJ - Friend   March 21, 2019

So touching and loving

Posted by Helen Watson    March 20, 2019