John Mascenik was a retired civil engineer who served in the United States Navy. Survived by his wife of 50 years, Suzanne Mascenik, John is also survived by his children and their families.
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Early Life and Education
John Mascenik was born and raised in Perth Amboy, New Jersey the son of John and Helen (Votek) Mascenik. Upon his retirement from the Navy he worked for Exxon Research & Development in Florham Park as a senior engineer; additionally he owned his consulting business. Survived by his wife Suzanne; children Jan Costanzo of Pennsylvania; Richard with his wife Patricia; five grandchildren; as well as two great-grandchildren.
John Mascenik was the proud recipient of numerous awards for his work as an engineer. A Naval Academy graduate in the ’40s, he served on several ships and was commissioned a Navy Officer of the Class of ’46. Afterwards he worked at Exxon in Florham Park as Senior Engineer before consulting briefly during the mid-to-late ’60s. John and Dot made their home in Mount Tabor, NJ until John passed away January 18, 2019 at 72 years old. Known for his passion for technology, John will be missed by family, friends and colleagues alike.
Achievements and Honors
John Mascenik was an esteemed military officer with twelve years of service in the United States Navy. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. After graduating, he was commissioned as a naval officer and served on numerous ships throughout his career. Additionally, he participated in the Korean War as an engineering officer, earning several ribbons and honors. Moreover, he led a Navy construction battalion during that conflict. After his retirement from the Navy, he worked for Exxon Research and Development in Florham Park, New Jersey as a senior engineer. Survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Suzanne (Romig) Mascenik; two children: Nanette “Nan” and her husband Mark Niebojeski; two brothers Ronald and Charles (“Charlie”) with their wives;
John Mascenik was a lifelong resident of Perth Amboy, New Jersey and owner of the most successful Texaco gas station in town. He also served in the military for twelve years as a naval officer and earned the highest ranking in his class at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Following the Navy, he worked at Exxon Research and Development in Florham Park for 25 years; during which time he took pleasure in traveling and gardening avidly.
On February 5, 2019 his life was cut short. We would like to express our sincerest condolences to his family and friends; please visit his memorial page to leave a tribute.
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