In Memory of Aidan M. Inteso

It is with deep sadness that we announce the untimely passing of first-year student Aidan Inteso ’24. 

Aidan IntesoAidan Michael Inteso, 18, of Toms River, N.J., passed away suddenly from complications related to undiagnosed cardiomegaly at Einstein Medical Center, East Norriton, Pa.

Aidan was born and raised in Toms River, N.J., and graduated from Toms River East High School in 2020. Aidan was a first-year student at Ursinus College, where he was an Abele Scholar and a recipient of the Gateway Academic Scholarship. He was excited to begin his Ursinus College career and expressed an interest in working in our national parks. Because of his passion for data science and analytics, Aidan was exploring business and environmental studies at Ursinus.

During his high school hockey career Aidan was a four-year varsity defenseman, assistant captain as a junior, and captain as a senior. He was the 2018-19 “Warrior Award” recipient and the 2019-20 “Student Athlete” award recipient. He was a member of the TRE Lacrosse Team and helped coach the game to young kids including his brother Nathan. Aidan also played travel hockey with the Toms River Blackhawks for over 10 seasons. Always a leader, Aidan wore the “C” for many years, including his final seasons as a Midget Major.

Aidan enjoyed making his own “A-Bomb” brand hot sauce, watching F1 Racing, UFC Fights, the Giants, Devils, Yankees, and hosting endless sleepovers at his mom’s house with his “crew.” He enjoyed being outdoors and especially enjoyed surf fishing, hunting, canoeing, hiking at his stepmother’s family cabin in Pennsylvania, and playing disc golf. He watched countless sunsets with his mom in Island Heights. He learned to work on and modify cars with his Dad and Uncle Carm, and loved his recently purchased ’95 Mustang. Most importantly Aidan loved spending time with his family and all of his friends, especially his younger brother Nathan, who considered Aidan his best friend and mentor. Aidan loved not only playing Legos, Nerf guns, Pokemon cards, and so on with Nathan, but passing along his collections to him. Despite their almost 10-year age difference, they shared never ending discussions about rockets, space, airplanes, supercars, F1 racing, military history, etc, etc.

Aidan always helped out at the family business, Cherry Lane Child Care, and this past summer Aidan interned with Morgan Engineering in Island Heights, N.J. There he learned and performed civil engineering and surveying duties. Aidan was predeceased by his grandfathers, Carmine Inteso and John Revoir and his two uncles Dean Revoir and Christopher Revoir. Surviving are Aidan’s loving parents, his mother Cheri Revoir, his father and stepmother, Michael Inteso and April Shinn-Inteso, and his adoring little brother Nathan. Also surviving are his maternal grandmother Barbara Revoir and paternal grandmother Rosemarie Inteso, his maternal step grandparents, Kyaw and Natasha Shinn, his loving aunts and uncles, Carmine and Autumn Inteso, Alicia Cicio, Angela and Michael Santoro, David and Jennifer Revoir, Diana Revoir, his cousins, Johnny, Laureena, Samantha, Angelina, Thomas, Nicholas, Dylan, Tyler, Kitana, Cali, Carmine, Renee, Jordan, Christian, Serafina and Annie. Visitation will be held Sunday, September 20, 2020, from 1-4 p.m. at Huddy Park, 39 E. Water St., Toms River, N.J. 08753. Memorial service beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the same location. The family is requesting in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Aidan M. Inteso Memorial Scholarship. Scholarship details to be updated shortly.

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