Riewerts Memorial Home
Monday July 13th, 2020
4:00pm - 8:00pm
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Justin M. Kingston
Justin Michael Kingston beloved son, brother of Jordan Wade Kingston and Jordan's family Stephanie Kingston (Lawler) and son Jacob, passed away on July 7, 2020 at 33 years of age. Justin was born on May 25, 1987 to parents Michael Kingston and Laurie Major.
Justin was always there, the first to help others in anyway he could. Making people smile, laugh, compassion and kindness to others made the world a better place!
He showed his eagerness to help others from an early age, beginning with the Boy Scouts of America. He then went on to join the Canton Volunteer Fire Cadets as well as the Pine Meadow Volunteer Fire Cadets, learning the values of integrity, brotherhood and selflessness. This tradition continued when he joined the United States Marine Corps Reserves in 2012 as an Infantryman discharging at the rank of Corporal.
Justin was also a distinguished Park Police in the United States Park Service where he found his love of Florida.
Most recently he had filled many roles as a Mentor, Firefighter and Commissioner with the Wayside Fire Company in Tinton Falls, NJ.
Justin was currently serving his country with dignity and pride as a United States Secret Service Special Agent, where he protected ranking officials including the Presidential entourage.
Justin's smile, sarcasm and dedication will be missed by all of those who he has touched in his lifetime.
Justin leaves behind his mother Laurie, father Michael, his brother Jordan and his wife Stephanie and his nephew Jacob. He also leaves behind a large extended family and a multitude of friends and coworkers who will always cherish the moments they've had with him.
The family invites you to a Memorial Service with Military Honors on Monday, July 13th, 2020 from 4:00 PM-8:00 PM at Riewerts Funeral Home, 187 S Washington Avenue, Bergenfield, NJ. Please note that face masks and social distancing is required.
In lieu of flowers, we are asking for those who wish to donate to or purchase wrist bands from the Til Valhalla Project that provides awareness to the 22 veterans a day that commit suicide. There website can be found here: tilvahallaproject.com.
I met Justin in the USSS when I first started in New York. For those that worked in New York, you quickly learn that you will get thrown into situations and you just have to figure it out by learning from the more experienced agents willing to help you. Justin was that agent. He did so with patience and empathy. On these quiet midnight assignments, all you do is reflect. I think about the times we worked together and how you always made sure everybody was good before you ended your shift. I miss the good times. I miss you friend. Rest in peace.
SA Sep 15 2020 12:00 AM
We are so deeply saddened to learn of Justins passing, Laurie. May the exemplary life he led bring your comfort during this difficult time. You are in our hearts and our prayers.
Maria & Dana Manchester Jul 22 2020 12:00 AM
Rest In Peace Justin...
Pat Rafferty Jul 13 2020 12:00 AM
Mike, although I didn't know your sweet son, I remember so very fondly how you cared for my brother, David Gregg, went he was dying. Your kindness will never be forgotten. So, I know that Justin must have been a fine man taking after his dad. Our hearts and prayers to you and all of Justin's family. May your memories of him bring you some peace and with time, bring a smile to your faces as you remember the wonderful times you all shared. God bless.
Sue Englund Jul 12 2020 12:00 AM
You and your family are in our prayers during this difficult time. Your son Justin will be missed by all. Remember all the good times you had together. May he Rest In Peace and protect all those in heaven. David will look out for him.
Jessie Gregg Kruse and Bob Ingoldsby Jul 12 2020 12:00 AM
I started my Park Ranger career with Justin. We attended the Seasonal Ranger Academy together at NAU. We shared a common bond as Marines and Volunteer Firefighters. I hadnt talked to him in years, but I am still hurt by the loss of an old friend. May you find Peace.
Joshua Smith Jul 11 2020 12:00 AM
Justin and I were in the Park Ranger academy together in 2009. He sat next to me and I still remember when he introduced himself to the class. He said that it was his dream to work in law enforcement. It was only a coincidence that years later that we would work together at USSS. He was always upbeat and positive and always fun to be around. Im really going to miss seeing him, working with him, and reminiscing. Rest In Peace brother.
Casey Jul 11 2020 12:00 AM
Heaven just got a very special angel Justin you touched so many lives. Your beautiful smile is what I will always remember.
You accomplish so much life RIP and watch over those that love you
Lea Gregg Jul 11 2020 12:00 AM