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Gregory J. D'Angelo

August 19, 1951April 26, 2021

Gregory J. D'Angelo was born on August 19, 1951 and passed away on April 26, 2021 and is under the care of Dengler, Roberts, Perna Funeral Home.

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Kailey D’Angelo

May 4, 2021

I still can’t believe you’re gone. The reality of your departure has yet to stay with me. It comes but then it goes, as if my brain can’t fully conceive of it. I don’t know if it’s that I just can’t accept it, or if it’s that you’re still close by on some elusive plane. Maybe it was your unmatched wit, your exceptional ability to summarize all of the bs in one single (often hilarious), compact statement that made you immortal in my mind. Either way I wasn’t ready; none of us were. Here it is though, the ending you always joked about. I hope that you left this world in peace; that despite any fear or discomfort that may have hit at death’s sudden onset, all subsided in the calm & loving flow of our cosmos taking you back home.

The last time I saw you, I could never have imagined that it would be my last. I would’ve stayed later, hugged you longer. Really, I wouldn’t have left. There were so many more conversations yet to be had, so many more changes yet to be made that I wanted you to be present for, witness to. I wanted to make you proud, more so than you thought you were. It’s hard not to feel cheated. I know that our lives weren’t perfect by any means, but I hope that you were content. I want you to know just how much you matter, just how important you are to us all. I want you to know how much I appreciate you, that I am proud of the man you grew to become with age. I am who I am today because of you & mom both. I am grateful for that, and I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way...

Donna D'Angelo

May 4, 2021

this is so hard...but I'm sure you already know that. You're with me forever and always....because Love never dies. See you on the other side Sweetie, Love you.

Kailey D’Angelo

May 4, 2021

...I know that you loved us all, and I know that you knew our love for you. I take such great comfort in that. Some day we’ll all have the same, senseless death as you & everyone else. It’s all part of the human ruse: to assume that there’s always a tomorrow, until one day there isn’t. All of my tomorrows to come will now unfold holding your memory dear. I will do my best to bring you the pride that I wanted you to feel, the level of gratification that I’d like for you to have had. The full expression of my life will be met, despite its interferences. For as long as I am here, I’ll be looking out for the best interests of our family as well. I intend to treasure what I have while I have it, and to make my time left count fully. I wish that you wouldn’t have had to leave us all so soon. You are missed tremendously.

I love you, dad.
You are & always will be
forever in my heart,

Your Kaelyn

With all my love & hugs, thank you.
I’ll see you in the stars.

Tristen D'Angelo

May 2, 2021

"There are some wounds time cannot heal..."
I love you Dad...

Tristen D'Angelo

April 29, 2021

To my father...
I've experienced profound sadness and grief, but this by far is the most difficult thing I've ever been put in a position to endure in my entire life thus far.. The thought that I must spend the remainder of my life without you is unbearable.. I don't want to live without you.. I don't know how I will.. There are no words that can fully express the depth of my thoughts and emotions.. My only solace is knowing that one day I will die too, and I hope with all my heart it is such that when that time finally comes, I will be reunited with you.. It doesn't feel right that your journey here is over, you should've had so much more time.. You passed so suddenly.. I will be forever changed, everything will be forever changed.. I promise you Dad, for however much longer I'm painfully alive, that I will do better, that I will be better.. I love you with all my heart and soul, and I wish with all my heart and soul that you were still here.. The huge part of me you took with you is yours to always keep, and the memory of your existence is forever seared into what remains of me.. From the deepest part of my core, I love and miss you.. I was blessed to know you as a person, and have you as my father..

We all love and miss you so dearly, and wish you were still here so badly..

Forever your daughter,
Tristen

Robert lakomski

April 28, 2021

my friend.i will always remember your kindness.
Happy trails,buddy!

Debi Turner

April 28, 2021

I will remember you with love. You always made me laugh, even when I was growing up. Thanks for treating me like a little sister even when you probably thought I wasn't listening I heard you.

Donna D'Angelo

April 28, 2021

you know I'm missing you.....

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