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James Funeral Home

540 Broadway, Massapequa, NY

OBITUARY

Joseph A. Lo Conti

September 22, 1956June 21, 2019
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Joseph A. LoConti, age 62, of Levittown, New York passed away on Friday June 21, 2019. Joseph was born September 22, 1956.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.jamesfuneralhome.com for the LoConti family.

Family and friends are welcome to James Funeral Home at 9:00 a.m. before leaving for St. Michaels Cemetery . 7202 Astoria, East Elmhurst, NY 11370

~ The staff of James Funeral Home would like to thank you for the honor and privilege of serving your family and with our most sincere condolences and continued support to you. ~

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of James Funeral Home, 540 Broadway, Massapequa, New York.

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Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Religous Service in the Chapel Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Leaving for St. Michaels Cemetery Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Memories

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Carmine DiGirolamo III

June 26, 2019

Uncle Joe,

I still can't believe that your gone , I will always miss our times we spent smoking cigars and making trips to the Italian pork store .Then we would talk
and laugh about the stories about grandpa .

Rest in peace
I'll see you again one day

Carmine

Barbara Gately

June 25, 2019

Words cannot express how much I will miss my Special Friend of 45 years.. I'm so blessed to have had him I my my life..
Condolences to the LoConti Family 💔

Patricia "Patsy" Filippone

June 24, 2019

To My Cousin Joe...."REST IN PEACE"
I could hardly believe my ears when Pat called me with the news of your passing 😅. We had some good times and made happy memories back in the day you and I. We would kid around with each other but never let it cross the line which made it fun. As all families do, we grew up, lost touch and lived our lives. When we reconnected years back, it was like old times!!
I feel the loss of you being gone Joe & I'm sad
for the precious time lost.
My deepest & sincerest condolences to your family, your Daughters, Granddaughter,
Sisters, Brother-in-Laws, Nieces & Nephews, Friends and Family who truly love you & will need to find a way to live life without you!!
Just watch over them, protect them, guide them because....

Annette & Joe LoConti

June 24, 2019

We remember Joe as being fun- loving always with a smile, a story and a hug. He will be sorely missed by family and friends 🌹❤️🙏🏻

Joseph Savoca

June 23, 2019

Uncle Joe,

This has been one of the most emotional weekends of my life and I still don't want to believe what happened early on Friday morning. We have so many happy memories together and I will never forget them for as long as I live. Every time I start to think I am incapable of crying, I am proven wrong and there goes the tears again, including while I write these very words. You had a great impact on many of the lives you touched in case you ever doubted that. It is so hard for me to stay strong around my mom, your twin sister, but I am only able to do so because I know that is what you would want from me. As I'm sure you are watching from up above, I can't stop breaking down when I am alone. You always had a presence in my life and you were an instrumental part of the man I have become today. I have and will continue to make some of my decisions in your honor and hope you are able to see every step I take. I hope I can make you proud and whenever my time comes, I will be excited to see you and your great and loving personality again.

I love you forever and always.

Your nephew,
Joey ("Nephew Giusep")

Lauren Ragone

June 23, 2019

Daddy.. I don’t know how to live without you. What am I gonna do? I will miss our phone calls at night and coming over every morning with Victoria to have breakfast with you. You always knew how to make me laugh when I couldn’t even smile. I remember one time I was sad about something and you weren’t sure how to go about it so you looked at me and said.. “ what’s wrong? You look sad” .. you continued to open up the refrigerator door and you look inside and you go.. “ I got some lemonade, you want lemonade? “ and continued to name everything you had in the fridge. Lol that still makes me laugh every time I think about it. I love you so much and I appreciate everything you have done for Victoria and I. I know how much you adored her & I know she knows too. Rest In Peace Dad. You will forever be missed.

Patricia Savoca

June 23, 2019

To my twin brother Joe,

You always said “we were with each other from a seed”. I was with you until the end and I promise you I will always be there for Lauren, Nicolette, and Victoria until the day I take my last breath. You were my protector and always watched out for me. You were a part of me and a piece of my heart is missing now. I’ll never be able to fill that piece of my heart but at least I know you will be in heaven with Mom & Dad. Until the day we meet again, Rest In Peace Joe. I will miss you and love you always and forever.

Your twin sister,
Patricia

Paul Liguori

June 22, 2019

I can't believe he's gone, he just called me on Thursday. I will always remember you from our working days and as neighbors but most of all as my friend. I hope you will find peace and everlasting happiness. Also, want to express my condolences to your family. You'll be missed and always in my prayers.

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