WILLIAM (Bill) CARINE
Age 77 ~ MYRTLE BEACH, SC ~ FORMERLY OF FREEHOLD, NJ
William Carine, 77, formerly of Freehold, New Jersey, passed away Sunday, January 27, 2019, at peace in his home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina surrounded by his loving family. Born in Elizabeth, NJ, he lived in Hillside, NJ, Toms River, NJ, Freehold, NJ, Galivants Ferry, SC, and North Myrtle Beach, SC, before settling into his condominium in Myrtle Beach, SC. He was an E-3 in the United States Navy, serving in Vietnam from 1959-1961 and the United States Navy Reserve until 1964. He owned Carine’s Auto & Glass Company, worked for the State of New Jersey Marine Police, the Seaside Heights Police Department, the Ocean County Department of Corrections, and the Monmouth County Vocational School District before retiring as a Sergeant within the State of New Jersey Department of Corrections at the Mid-State Correctional Facility, where he was awarded with the State of New Jersey Medal of Valor. He was a member of the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association and the American Legion Post 129. Bill’s favorite pastimes were boating, fishing, pistol shooting, and antique cars.
Bill was predeceased by his wife, Sandra (Africano) Carine; his father, Wilbert (William) Joseph Carine; his brother, Frank Carine; and his stepson, John Michael Meehan. Surviving are his mother, Agnes Zaremba; his sister, Teresa Lynch; his son, Kenneth William Carine; his daughter, Jacqueline Carine; his daughter, Nichole Ann Carine; his stepdaughter, Dawn Ann Meehan; his grandchildren, Cynthia Sopczak, Keith Patterson, Kenneth Michael Maynard, Joshua Ryan Maynard, Jessica (Laird) Wall, and Candace Laird; and his great-grandchildren, Kaya Browning, Makailyne Laird, Jax O’Brien, and Sofie Wall.
McMillan-Small Funeral Home in Myrtle Beach, SC will handle the cremation and he will be returned home to his family and inurned at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Toms River, NJ where Bill will join his loving wife Sandy. There will be a memorial service announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital which was a favorite charity of Bill and Sandy.