Rich Mylowe of Ewing, N.J., a man who loved his family, photography and fishing and who was handy with a hammer, passed away in the early morning on New Years Day, He was 63. Richard Alan Mylowe was born and raised by his beloved parents, Edna and Henry Mylowe in Lawrence, N.J. He graduated from Lawrence High School in 1969 and received a Bachelor's degree in business from New England College in New Hampshire in 1973. After college, he returned to New Jersey, where he met the beautiful Denny Morrison while working at Photo Haven in Lawrence. They were married in St Matthew's in Pennington in 1976 and soon moved to Ewing where they raised their family. He remained an active member and parishioner of St. Matthew's for years, watching his children grow and eventually marry in the church. Rich had worked in the Art Department at the College of New Jersey for the past 20 years, most recently as the Media Specialist and an assistant to the Dean of the School of the Arts and Communication. He is survived by his wife Denise "Denny" Mylowe, daughter and son-in-law, Tiffany and Matthew Moscatello of Budd Lake, son and daughter-in-law Nick and Carolyn Mylowe of Hopewell, and son and daughter-in-law Richard "Roo" and Melissa Mylowe of Clarksville, TN. "Pop" also leaves behind five grandchildren Jillian, Alexa and Gavin Moscatello and Harrison and Adelaide Mylowe. Richard lived for his family; he was a loving and devoted husband. He supported his children in whatever endeavors they undertook and choices they made. He often could be found, working on household projects, anything from remodeling a kitchen to building a chicken coop. He was loved in the community as a coach and manager for West End Soccer League in Ewing and was regularly visible as an excited spectator at community and school sporting events in which his children participated. An active and avid hunter, fisherman and photographer, Richard also was a busy and marvelous cook. His chicken paprikash and clams casino were terrific. A funeral service will be held at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 300 South Main St, Pennington, NJ on Saturday, January 4th at 10 am. in lieu of flowers please send donations to Advancing Opportunities, (for people with Cerebral Palsy), www.cpofnj.org . in Honor of his grandson, Harrison.
Saturday, January 4, at 10:00 a.m.
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
300 S. Main St.., Pennington, NJ 08534