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Obituary: Vanessa Picciotto Perrine, Raised in Holmdel

A memorial service will be held 11 am Saturday, November 17th at St. James Church, 94 Broad Street, Red Bank.

Vanessa Picciotto Perrine of Red Bank passed away Sunday, October 28th at Riverview Medical Center at the age of 31.  Vanessa was born in Staten Island, NY and raised in Holmdel, NJ. 

She was a graduate of Holmdel High School where she was a member of the varsity golf team. 

She received a B.S. degree in Art Administration from Wagner College where she continued to play golf on an athletic scholarship. 

She furthered her education in London, earning a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine and Decorative Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. 

Vanessa then moved to Red Bank, becoming an active member of the community. 

Her love of art led her to the Chetkin Gallery where she was an Associate Director.  She later co-founded the Hubbard Park Real Estate and Insurance Agency with her father, Vincent. 

She was a parishioner of St James Church in Red Bank and was a member of the Rumson Country Club.

Vanessa was a devoted and loving wife to Charles B. Perrine and a loving mother to Charles P. Perrine who passed on October 24th at the Jersey Shore Neonatal Center. 

She is survived by her husband of 5 years Charlie; her parents Vincent and Linda; her sister Lauren; and her loving grandmother Mimi.

There was a private viewing at the Thompson Memorial Home followed by burial at Old Tennent Cemetery on November 6th

A memorial service will be held 11 am Saturday, November 17th at St. James Church, 94 Broad Street, Red Bank.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial donations be made to Wagner College in memory of Vanessa Picciotto Perrine to:  Wagner College, Office of Institutional Advancement, One Campus Road, Staten Island, NY 10301.  

Roberto Fleres November 14, 2012 at 03:40 PM
That is awful. Her poor husband. Did she die giving birth?
George November 15, 2012 at 06:09 PM
Not a question to be asked in a public forum....
pete November 15, 2012 at 08:07 PM
she was a great girl. always had a smile on her face and could light up a room.

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