Obituary of Daniele Tavaglione-Burns
Daniele Tavaglione-Burns, 36 of Beachwood, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Daniele worked for the Ocean County Department of Corrections as a property clerk for the past 12 years. She was born in Toms River and grew up in Howell Township moving to Beachwood in 2014. She was predeceased by her father Michael Tavaglione.
Daniele is survived by her beloved husband Robert; son Jaxson Burns; step son Robert Burns: step daughter Skylar Burns; her mother, Jody Milano-Gomez and step father Edwin Gomez; sister Nicole Tavaglione; maternal grandmother Margaret Milano; maternal great grandmother Margaret George; uncle, John Milano; nephew, Michael Tavaglione; cousin, Jocelyn Heaney; mother in law Nancy Burns; sisters in law, Maria Meeker, Sueann Burns and Karen Burns.
-Heaven gained a perfect angel. Daniele was a beautiful wife, incredible mother, sister, cousin and an overall genuine loving and caring person. They say time will heal all wounds, though I am not sure about this one. Cherished and loved forever, every second is an eternity until we meet again my wife. -To my best friend, beautiful, selfless in and out, kind, caring, considerate, compassionate daughter whom I will love with all my heart forever until we meet again. -A flower is one of the most beautiful things the Lord has given us. We admire all its beauty and fragrance. Daniele was like a flower with the most beautiful eyes and smile and the most giving heart. Like a flower, she was only here for a short time, but will be in our hearts forever! Love Step Dad. - Lil Sissy "Did you ever know that you're my hero? And everything I would like to be! I can fly higher than an eagle, cause you are the wind beneath my wings." I won't let you or our boys down. Until we can sing together again... I love you so much-Big Sis.
Relatives and friends are invited to call at Kedz Funeral Home, 1123 Hooper Ave., Toms River on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 from 2 to 7 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to the family to benefit an education fund for her children would be greatly appreciated.
Kedz Funeral Home began serving the Ocean County community in 1969, and for 32 years built it’s reputation by assisting area families with personal service and attention to detail.
Phone: (732) 349-1234