Bennett Funeral Home


Fabio Paul Ulliani

January 5, 1952November 10, 2020

Fabio Paul Ulliani passed peacefully in his sleep on November 10, 2020. He was born in Naples, Italy on January 5, 1952 and grew up in Leominster, MA. Fabio came to America when he was one month old. He retired from Digital/Compaq where he worked as an software engineer. Fabio was a little league baseball coach and a scout leader when his sons were younger. He enjoyed watching This Old House and The Food Network, loved woodworking, puzzles, his tractor, camping, motorcycles, and fishing with his grandson. He really enjoyed his retirement. Most of all, he loved his family and adored being a grandfather. He is survived by his wife Deborah Ulliani of Bow, NH; sons Jeremy Ulliani and his wife Jessie of Manchester, NH; and Lee Ulliani, his wife Casie, and their children Lucas and Dani of Derry, NH; daughter Amanda Hammond, her husband Kerry, and his son Griffin of Salisbury, NH; his brother David Ulliani and his wife Mary of Burlington, MA; his nephews Andrew Ulliani and his wife Melissa, Christopher Ulliani and his wife Elisabeth, his great-nieces Leila and Hailey Ulliani, and his great-nephew Samuel Ulliani. He was predeceased by his parents Giovanni and Anna Maria Ulliani.

Calling hours are November 19, 2020 from 4-6 P.M. at the Bennett Funeral Home, 209 N. Main St., Concord, NH 03301. Masks are required. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The American Heart Association or The American Diabetes Association. Bennett Funeral Home of Concord is entrusted with the arrangements.


  • Calling Hour

    Thursday, November 19, 2020


Fabio Paul Ulliani

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Nicole Wilson

November 19, 2020

David and Mary,
Please accept my deepest condolence for your loss.

Linda Fraser

November 19, 2020

As I prepare for Fabio's Memorial Service, I am touched by your family. Your open and sincere stories have been with me all week. Fabio loved you and that love will always be with you.
Rev. Linda Fraser

Jeanine Ulliani

November 16, 2020

Jeremy and Lee
I have many wonderful memories of your Dad. The biggest gift he gave me was to be your Mom which I will be eternally grateful for. I love you both dearly. Mom

To Debbie and Amanda
I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathies to you both. Jeanine

Joseph Andoh

November 16, 2020

Bro, I am very very sorry about your dad.. I will never forget the hospitality he showed me whenever I came over and he always made me feel comfortable even without a smile!!. But deep down I knew he respected you and I's friendship regardless of us looking different.. a real loving human being...I will miss him dearly..condolences from the Andohs... from down the hill and around the corner 🙏

Cheryl LeGay

November 16, 2020

I have plenty of memories. My happiest is after 40 years go by, and he said
" I think you owe me $1.00 from 1976.
Fly High with the Angels, you'll be missed and loved by plenty. My heart is so heavy for family left behind.
Jeremy & Lee, ✌❤