Thomas Michael Militello

27 août 195715 septembre 2021

Thomas M. Militello of Buffalo, New York passed away unexpectedly at his residence in Punta Gorda, FL on September 15, 2021 at the age of 64.

He was a graduate of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute in Buffalo, NY and received his Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Buffalo State College as well as Master’s Degree level courses.

Thomas was an owner and operator of his own automobile shop for many years until his retirement.

He enjoyed working on automobiles, riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, boating, entertaining family and friends as well as traveling to many destinations.

Thomas was the devoted husband of Deborah J. Serafin, adored son of the late Michael I. Militello and Theresa A. Cicatello (Garbo) and stepson of the late Thomas F. Cicatello. He was a loving father of Thomas M. Militello; cherished grandfather of Joseph M. Militello; loving brother of the late Debra Militello; adored son-in-law of the late Dorothy E. Kosciolek; dear brother-in-law of Joyce (late Gary) Leslie, Kenneth (Kathleen) Kosciolek and Richard (Candace) Kosciolek. He was also survived by several step siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.


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Thomas Michael Militello


Susan & Bernie Cesar

30 septembre , 2021

Please accept our heartfelt condolences in light of Tom’s passing. We were just told of the obituary by Terri and it is beautifully written.
Not having been in your company often, we always sensed the beautiful relationship both of you shared. Our prayers are with you and may he be safe on angel’s wings.

Mary Evert

28 septembre , 2021

Tom was such a gentle soul, with a heart so full of love. He was so kind and compassionate, we saw it in his eyes every time we saw the 2 of you. His love he had for you is unmeasurable. We watched how he took care of you with. such tenderness. We saw the deep love for every time he looked at you.
He definitely was someone we are so honored to have known.
I will always remember the night we stayed up till the wee hours of the morning and laughed so hard together.
Remember when we crossed paths going to and from Punta Gorda? How crazy was that?
I just wish we had gone to visit the two of you sooner ( we had wanted too)
Tom, you left this world way too soon!
Rest In Peace Tom You will be missed
We know there are no words to take away your pain but know that we care
Your friends,
Steve and Mary

Charles Reed

27 septembre , 2021

We went and did everything together. I can't describe what a dear friend he was and will always be. My deepest condolences to you and yours.

Charles Reed

27 septembre , 2021

Joseph Cormier

27 septembre , 2021

So glad I got to spend some time ,and laughs with my friend just before his passing.Priceless ..... Until we meet again Tom .Rest In Paradise!!!!!Joe Cormier

Pat Sampson

26 septembre , 2021

Deborah & Family
My sincere heartfelt condolences. May your beloved Tom Rest In Peace 💕

Steve Prisciak

26 septembre , 2021


Our condolences to you and Tom's family. Tom was a gentlemen and a " gentle man." We will cherish the many good times we all had on our many trips , concerts and dinners. He will never be forgotten.

Debbie and Steve

Bruce Montgomery

26 septembre , 2021

Tom was and still is my best friend, Deborah was and still is his greatest not only friend but wife.
Tom knew how tune a guitar and a fish,
I love you buddy so so much.
Last time l spoke with Tom he put his mom Teresa on phone with me.
The world has lost a great great guy, he fixed everything from cars to hearts .

God bless you ,


Linda Wojcik

25 septembre , 2021

My dear friend
You will always be a bright
Star in My sky.
Rest in Peace
Linda &Jim Wojcik

Bruce Montgomery

21 septembre , 2021

He is still and always will be my best friend .
I love you Tom have fun with all your friends in heaven, until l see you again.
My best regards go to Deborah his mother and son and all the people Tom touched.
Rest in peace my buddy


Bruce and Penny