×

Montville Funeral Home of Church & Allen

53 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT

OBITUARY

Joseph Satiro

October 7, 1951May 4, 2020

UNCASVILLE – Joseph Satiro III, 68, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family after and brave and courageous battle with cancer. Joe was born in Huntington, Long Island, NY on October 7, 1951 to the late Joseph II and Jean (Gildersleeve) Satiro. He proudly served his country in the US Navy, doing two tours of duty in Vietnam, before his honorable discharge. Joe continued his life at sea after the military by moving on to work for Electric Boat and retiring as an Electrical Test Technician.

Joe was always known to speak his mind and tell it like it is. His kind heart and warm smile were loved by all who knew him. His love of classic rock music was legendary, having attended countless concerts from the time he was young well into his retirement. His affinity for Aerosmith was unrivaled. Joe could often be found at the kitchen table with a cup of coffee and a crossword puzzle, or playing slots on his phone. He was affectionately nicknamed “Cookie Monster” by his children for his love of chocolate chip cookies. Nothing in the world brought a bigger smile to his face or gleam to his eyes than being in the presence of his grand and great grandchildren and his “Grand Dogs”.

Joseph is survived by a son, Joseph IV; daughters Celeste and her wife Marci Senior-Satiro, and Victoria and her husband Erik Trenouth; grandchildren Kayla, Alexis, Joseph, Anthony, and Shannon; great-grandchildren Kash and Simone; and seven brothers and sisters.

Joseph is pre-deceased by both mothers of his children Lisa (Pellish) Satiro (wife) and Eileen Jennings (ex-wife); granddaughter Marissa (Mama Jean) Satiro; and siblings Wayne Satiro and Joanne Satiro. A memorial service and burial will be announced at a later date due to the current health crisis.

To leave a condolence or share a memory, please visit www.montvillefuneralhome.com

Services

  • memorial service and burial will be announced at a later date due to the current health crisis

Memories

Joseph Satiro

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Fritz & Shalynn Canada

May 20, 2020

Joe was an incredible man with a huge heart. Thank you for being an amazing friend.

Anthony Ierulli

May 13, 2020

It hurts writing this.We truly are Brothers.Joseph is the kindest, most loving, hard working person you can ever know.He would stop what ever he was doing to help anyone.If you ever needed a favor he was Always There.I will always remember all the great times we had with family.I will always miss you.I LOVE YOU FOREVER. May Perpetual Light Shine Upon You, Rest In Peace Amen

Anthony & Family

Cheryl Lewis

May 13, 2020

Ricky Satiro

May 12, 2020

I will always remember how you taught me to play sports brought our 1st baseball gloves me and Johnny . You taught me how to fix cars . Introduce to me rock and roll. The best babysitter you would always play games with us let us stay up late. Joe you are my hero. The best older brother anyone could have .There are so many good memories I have of you . Love you Joe pizza. That was your navy name.Love your brother Ricky aka hobo

Sandra Smith

May 12, 2020

My Big Brother Joe, growing up with you was the best! you would sing to us make us laugh with all your story’s . You use to call me dawg wood And I would get so mad at you and you would laugh at me. I remember when we would go to work together and have lunch together when you lived next door to us . You would always make me and Eileen cake at night. We would yell and say cake cake and we all would laugh. I loved watching Tv and hanging out together . Oh how I miss you so much. Rip my big Brother till we meet again love love you ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Sherese Tolbert

May 12, 2020

Uncle Joey,
You will be dearly missed. Love you
Reese

Kathy Calkins

May 12, 2020

I worked with Joe for 30 years at EB. We shared a birthday and no matter where we were on that day he made a point to wish me happy birthday. Joe had a gruff exterior, but a large heart. He truly was “one of a kind.” His love for his family was great. I felt like I knew them all from the stories and photos he shared with me daily. He has left a hole in this world.

Marilyn E White

May 11, 2020

RIP

Cheryl Satiro Lewis

May 11, 2020

My big bro Joe.
I will miss you more then you know.My heart 💔will never be the same. I will remember all the memories that we shared through life . Joe was a strong gentle caring loving man who loved his family and dog Ella deeply and unconditionally . Joe loved quite times as well as a good celebration party. He loved life. Going to miss the talks, texts and his laughter smart comebacks calling me Millie . When Joe would hug you so tight he never wanted to let go. When Joe would visit we would cook ,eat, talk reminisce about the good old days. Stay up late. Just enjoy each others company. We would laugh and cry together. My 60th birthday Joe and his children and grandchildren help celebrated my birthday with me. He was so happy to see our cousin's ,family members and friends . When Joe retired he was excited to spend time in Canada to stay a few months with his daughter Tori and Eric. He was happy to come home to see his son JR and daughter Celeste, grand children and great grand children's if he could he would have all his family under one roof . Joe loved us all so deeply and unconditionally. This hurt so much. I will always love you and treasure the memories we all had with him. I love you unconditionally forever in my heart and soul
Your sister Cheryl aka Millie. ❤

Cheryl Satiro Lewis

May 11, 2020

Loving you had always been easy . Your the big brother I adore. The man you were is hard to forget. Strong gentlemen, quiet in nature but you can be a force to reckon with . Lol The matriarch of the family the man I looked up too.Your smile laughter ,smart comebacks.The love you have for family, friends was deeply and unconditionally. You have a heart of gold .The wisdom you shared is unforgettable. You loved life the quietness the peace and a good time celebration. Always there to help when anyone was in need . When you would greet us your hugs were so full of love you would hold us so tight never wanting to let go you had tears of joy. You always made me feel special . The closeness we shared the loving memories we will always be with me deep in my heart. Your will always be my big bro Joe. Always for ever your loving sister Cheryl aka Millie. This hurts so much.

FROM THE FAMILY

Learn more about the Satiro name

VISIT ANCESTRY.COM