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John DeGregorio

3 julio , 19334 febrero , 2021

John DeGregorio, 87, of Rocky Hill, passed peacefully at Hartford Hospital on February 4. He was married for 60 years to his best friend Sandra (Tuttle) DeGregorio. He was a loving father to Tracey Sims of Palm Beach, Florida and Leslie Partynski and her husband Richard Partynski of Seneca, South Carolina, and a beloved grandfather to Alicia Partynski of West Hartford and Michele Partynski of Newington. He also leaves his sister Barbara Alciati and brother-in-law Fred Alciati of Farmington, his sister-in-law Jane Stimson and brother-in-law Jeff Stimson of North Haverhill New Hampshire, in addition to several nephews and nieces. Born on March 30, 1933, in Hartford, to John and Ida DeGregorio, he graduated in 1951 from Weaver High School and went on to UConn. He then served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. John worked for many years at Heublein as a systems analyst and retired in 1998. He was an avid tennis player and loved to travel, read and play cards, and especially cherished his time with his family. The private service will be held at D’Esopo Funeral Chapel of Wethersfield for the immediate family. For online expressions of sympathy to the family, please visit www.desopofuneralchapel.com.

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Linda DiGiro

11 febrero , 2021

Dear Sandy, Tracy, Leslie and families,

I am so sorry to hear about Johnny. His ready smile and jovial banter will be sorely missed. Wish I lived closer so I could be with you now, but Wyoming is quite a commute!! Please know I wish you all the best and am thinking of you.

Lucinda Ciccarello

9 febrero , 2021

Dear Degregorio Family and Friends...
When I think of Jonny, I think of his big bright, beautiful smile...Yep, he really could light up a room... Weddings, picnics, holidays I was always greeted with a warm hug and sweet chat. I remember John's infections laugh and loved watching him and my Dad's crazy, hilarious (some times naughty) banter. Just very old friends, that truly loved each other...I still miss that. Special memories, special man. He will be missed.
Sending all my love...
Cousin Cindy
Xo

Gina & Tony Carbone

7 febrero , 2021

Michelle, Alicia and family,
Sending you thoughts parayers and a warm hug. But the real comfort will come in the memories that you shared with Grandpa.

Debbie Halgas

7 febrero , 2021

So sorry for your loss. Will always remember John as a kind, gentle man. How he enjoyed patriotic songs and music outside in the courtyards. God bless the family. Love Deb.

Kathie Ciccatello

7 febrero , 2021

My dear Sandy, Tracy and Leslie ...grandchildren, Barb, Fred and all ... such distant and fond memories of a beautiful loving man ... it takes tears to bring families together ... and times like these to remind us of family ....sharing in your grief and celebrating such a wonderful husband, father, brother and grandfather, xxxx to all, cousin Kathie

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