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Thanksgiving Day Tribute: A Life Remembered for NJ Man Killed in Crash 


By: Richard L. Smith  

On the eve of Thanksgiving, tragedy struck the community of Edison when a motorcycle crash claimed the life of a vibrant young man, Mr. Jonathan P. Lagomarsini, 30.

AdThe crash, which occurred on Monday night at the intersection of NJ-27 and Talmadge Road, left Jonathan with severe injuries.

Despite the valiant efforts of first responders who administered CPR at the scene, his family told RLS Media that Jonathan passed away on Tuesday, November 21, at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick.

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Born on October 3, 1993, Jonathan's life was a journey marked by curiosity, compassion, and a deep love for music, travel, and experiencing different cultures.

RLS Media learned that his insatiable thirst for knowledge and an unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of others defined him.

Jonathan, a lifelong resident of Perth Amboy, worked at Lua - Vietnamese Cuisine in Edison. His dreams were as vast as his love for adventure.

Right before his untimely passing, he aspired to save money to visit Vietnam and potentially become an English tutor for children there.

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As a cherished sibling and family member, Jonathan cultivated a home filled with love, laughter, and a profound sense of belonging. His values of selfless giving and compassion continue to resonate, serving as a lasting legacy of his impactful presence.

This Thanksgiving, as families gather to express gratitude, Jonathan's memory serves as a poignant reminder of the fragility of life and the enduring power of compassion and love.

In celebrating his life, RLS Media and families across NJ honor the remarkable spirit of a young man whose memory will forever live in the hearts of those who knew him.

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