Robert V. Terraciano

Robert V. Terraciano, 79, of Franklin Lakes, NJ, formerly of Northvale, NJ, passed away at home on Saturday, May 25, 2024. Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Maldini). Loving father of Jennifer Cassedy and her husband John of Boston, MA and Brian Terraciano and his wife Lori of Whippany, NJ. Proud grandfather of John, Max, Matthew and Reagan. Dearest brother of Frances Fenton and husband John and the late Barbara Harder.

Bob was a systems analyst for SunGard Securities Finance in NYC for many years before retiring. He was an active volunteer and supporter of Eva’s Village Community Kitchen in Paterson, NJ.

Family and friends are invited to gather at St. Elizabeth’s RC Church, 700 Wyckoff Ave, Wyckoff, NJ on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 from 10-11 AM.  A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob’s memory may be made to Eva’s Village,, or to the charity of one’s choice.


  1. Holly Marchfeld

    Rest in peace, our dear friend. You made the world a brighter place for those of us lucky enough to have been your friends.


    We walked many miles together .
    We went up hills. Down hills, on highways and
    On private property. We saw houses be demolish and then rebuild.The conversations covered all subjects from food to Trump.
    I was so blessed to have you in my life.
    Our friendship was short but the
    Memories will live forever.

  3. You were an amazing person with so much love and caring in your heart. I was blessed to have gotten to know you. You will be missed.

    • George and I will cherish our friendship and memories of Bob forever. God rest his soul and our good times and laughs will be forever in our hearts. We love you Bob ❤️❤️

  4. I am sorry to have missed the services. I just checked for the obituary and I am a day too late. I would have liked to have come.
    I wanted to express my sincere condolences to the whole family and to share that Bob was always a kind and supportive neighbor to us and we are grateful to have seen his beaming smile and big wave every time we drove by. He was clearly always very proud of his children and grandchildren as his face would light up even more when speaking about them. He will be missed by all and know that the sorrow that you feel is due to all the love that he shared.

  5. It was a pleasure to work with you for all those years at SunGard. You were a patient teacher with a great sense of humor. We will miss your wonderful spirit.

  6. Carla Capizzi

    Rest in peace, my former teacher. I enjoyed your classes. You were a brave soul, a male teacher in an all-girls school! You and Pat are part of my fond memories of Paramus Catholic HS.

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