Ralph Macajoux Obituary, Beloved West Orange Resident’s Legacy: The Music, Marvel, and Kindness

Ralph Macajoux Obituary, Death – Ralph Macajoux, a beloved resident of West Orange, New Jersey, passed away suddenly on Sunday, July 2nd after a brief illness.

Born on October 30th, 1973 in Newark, New Jersey, he was the cherished son of Dr. Claude E. Macajoux and Dr. Marie J. Macajoux. Ralph was a loving brother to Claude J. Macajoux and Johanne A. Macajoux.

Ralph’s journey in life was marked by significant achievements and passions. He graduated from Seton Hall Prep in 1991, where he showcased his talent as a saxophone player and Lacrosse athlete.

Continuing his education, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts from New York University. Ralph’s affinity for music led him to become a skilled guitar player, captivating others with his melodies for hours on end.

He possessed an encyclopedic knowledge of sci-fi, comics, and all things Marvel, DC comics, and Star Trek, delighting those around him with his expertise.

Professionally, Ralph dedicated himself to the field of youth behavioral therapy. His journey started at The Children’s Institute in Verona, New Jersey, where he worked with special needs young adults.

He later joined Spectrum 360 Academy in Livingston, New Jersey, advancing to the position of Behavioral Therapist. Ralph found fulfillment in supporting the success of the youth he worked with and played an instrumental role in training new staff.

Additionally, he formed strong bonds with the youth and staff at the Jewish Community Center in West Orange, New Jersey.