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Gearhart Funeral Home

11275 Foley Blvd Nw, Coon Rapids, MN

OBITUARY

Joe Calistro

22 December , 19512 November , 2019

Joe Calistro Age 67, of Coon Rapids Passed away 11/02/2019

Survived by his wife of 45 yrs. Linda; daughters, Angela Acosta, Raina Calistro; granddaughters, Raeann, Isabella; three siblings; further survived by other relatives and friends.

Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 am Thursday, November 7th at The Church of the Epiphany (11001 Hanson Blvd. NW., Coon Rapids)

Visitation 4-8pm Wednesday at Gearhart Funeral Home (11275 Foley Blvd. NW., Coon Rapids) and one hour prior to the Mass on Thursday at church.

Interment Morningside Memorial Gardens

www.GearhartFuneralHome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Survived by his wife of 45 yrs. Linda; daughters, Angela Acosta, Raina Calistro; granddaughters, Raeann, Isabella; three siblings; further survived by other relatives and friends
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Chris Lamm
  • Ross Kelly
  • Kyle Schiffler
  • Bill Stanton
  • John Brill
  • Dale Kranig

Services

  • Evening Visitation Wednesday, 6 November , 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 7 November , 2019

Memories

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Kyle Schiffler

7 November 2019

Linda and Family,

I am so sorry for the loss of Joe. I was lucky enough to have spent over 2 hours of quality time with him the week before he passed and he was alert and not tired the entire visit. We laughed and cried as we visited about many memories we had made.

The fun times at our cabins are too many to count. I remember the many great meals, bonfires, Joe's cigars. I will always remember when Joe made me his spaghetti carbonara which was AMAZING!

Joe was very special to me. He will be deeply missed. I am glad I got to say our goodbyes as he prepared for what was likely ahead. The world lost a great person and heaven just gained another angel.

Kyle Schiffler

Sharon Suthers

4 November 2019

Linda
I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember you guys from Multicare. Plus you were neighbors to my brother and his family.
Joe always came in with a smile on his face. It was a double pleasure when you two came in together. There was always some bantering going back and forth between you two.
My best memory was one time we saw you at a restaurant and then you two paid for our dinner. I will never forget that and your kindness.
Praying for you and your family as you find a new normal.
I feel blessed to have had our paths cross in this crazy life.
Sincerely
Sharon Suthers
The Lord Bless and keep you in his care.

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