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William Joseph LoDico

July 26, 1941May 9, 2021
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It is with profound sorrow that we mourn the passing of our beloved Patriarch William “Bill” LoDico. The love and devotion he gave his family was second to none. He was a loving and devoted Husband to his wife, Vicky, a loving Father to his seven children, Thomas Piluso, Lynn Neal (Jeff), Billy, Scott, Diana Piluso, Chris (Krista) and Dana. He was a proud and loving Grandfather to 16 Grandchildren and 9 Great-grandchildren. Bill proudly served his Country in the US Army, was a decorated NYPD officer for 21 years, first serving on NY’s Tactical Patrol Force for 7 years in his early career, and then upon his retirement from the NYPD he spent the next 17 years as a State Gaming Inspector for the Casino Control Commission. Upon his retirement in 2002 he moved to Florida and joined several organizations, including the Blue Knights Chapter XX, The Florida Gun and Archery Club, The Elks and The Flagler Sports Fishing Club. He loved being a participant and meeting new people. His favorite pastimes included fishing, sailing and riding his motorcycle. His kindness and empathy reverberated throughout all of this actions and interactions with both friends and those who became family. Unfortunately, in 2015 he was diagnosed with cancer, and as he fearlessly fought and endlessly edured, his battled reached its end. Rest in peace, we love you to the moon and back. We will miss you forever and always. Your loving family. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House in Palm Coast, FL. Or The Blue Knights Florida Chapter XX.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering

    Friday, May 14, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, May 14, 2021

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Scott LoDico

May 15, 2021

Dad ,
You taught me to tie my shoes
You taught me how to ride a bike.
You’ve taught me to try all kinds of different foods.
You taught me to appreciate nature.
To appreciate different cultures .


But what you really taught me is how to love and love openly.

I love you Pop.

Lori Turvey

May 13, 2021

Once in awhile someone comes into your life that you know is going to become a great friend, we met in a professional setting but soon enough you became a huge part of my life, then i met Vicky and you met Steve, who loves you like a brother! But me and you..we had a really special and there’s no other word to use but intimate relationship, I treated you when you first developed Bladder cancer, I was with you when we found out the treatment didn’t work, I was with you and walked you through the next steps of your treatment, i held your hand, I prayed for you and cried for you, and now I’m still crying, We all became good friends and frequently went out together, we laughed together and ultimately I watched you again and knew your time with us was coming to an end. I tried to be brave for you and Vicky but inside my heart was breaking, I’m going to miss you Bill Lodico, you are forever imprinted on my heart❤️

Brian & Carole McKeown

May 13, 2021

We will miss you very much, Bill. We enjoyed our vacations together and hanging out at our favorite spots (Alaska fishing, Big Lots, Carrabbas, etc.). You were an inspiration to all modeling how to treat your wife and family and friends. You are one of a kind!

Heaven's gain is our loss!

Rest in Peace!

Sharon Wagner

May 12, 2021

Bill is such a caring and compassionate man, always called to serve his fellow man. There isn't a task or job too big or too small for him to offer his service for. He led by example of what life of service means. He will be missed by all.

Christopher LoDico

May 12, 2021

Dad,
I love you so much and miss you more than I can say. I always looked forward to our conversations over the phone and sneaking away for fishing trips. Thank you for all that you taught me, especially the most important lesson....family always comes first.


Love always
Boop

France Bergman

May 11, 2021

Dad, I don’t know what Gods purpose was for putting you in my life but it is the greatest blessing I was ever granted.

Lynn LoDico - Neal

May 11, 2021

I love you Dad!

Lynn LoDico - Neal

May 11, 2021

"If a man's success is measured by how much his children love him, you are the most successful man ever."

We love you Dad!

Joe Piluso

May 11, 2021

Very sorry to hear of this, Vicky. Bill was a good man who always offered love and help whenever it was needed. I'm sure he will be missed by many.

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Forever in our hearts, we love you!

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