OBITUARY

Leo Accardi

January 7, 1931December 18, 2012

Accardi, Leo 81, passed away on Dec 18. Leo was born in Boston, Mass and resided in Sicily, Italy, returning to Boston at age 18. He served in the Korean war. He had 6 children, Bill, Rosemarie, Lucille, Joseph, Claudia & Jim. Leo moved to Florida in 2001, met and married Alice Goldman in 2005 and was "adopted" by her 6 children, Steve, Sandy, Chris, David, Linda, Laurie and families. He had 11 grandchildren. Leo & Alice loved to cruise and travel with their RV group. Cooking for family and friends was his passion. He was loved by all and will be missed dearly. Donations may be made to LUNGevity. Celebration of his life, Friday Dec 21, 5pm, Forest Lawn, Copans Road, Pompano

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, December 21, 2012
REMEMBERING

Leo Accardi

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Thelma and Bob Dittmyre

December 25, 2012

We always looked forward to seeing Leo and Alice at our campouts. We will really miss him as a good friend and a wonderful person. The Go Go Angles could not ask for a better member. He cut and styled a lot of the ladies hairdo's and also cooked the best Italian meals at our pot luck dinners.
We will always remember Leo as a very close friend. Thelma and Bob Dittmyre

December 22, 2012

Happy memories - best homemade mushroom dish this side of Italy.

Love Betty and Tony xx

December 22, 2012

Thinking of the Goldman family at this sad time.

Kitson Family

David Goldman

December 21, 2012

He was my stepfather, but more so, he was my friend. We will miss him dearly.

Mary Muter, Vitas Nurse

December 21, 2012

A sweet, kind and genteel man. It was a privilege to be a part of his final hours. God bless his family who will miss him but will see him again in heaven where he most surely resides.

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December 20, 2012

Laurie,
We are with you in your time sorrow.

Richard & Michele Bell

Dee

December 20, 2012

May God comfort the family at this difficult time. "He is near to those who are broken hearted".

Mary Muter, Vitas Nurse

December 19, 2012

A sweet, kind and gentile man. It was a privilege to be a part of his final hours. God bless his family who will miss him but will see him again in heaven where he most surely resides.

FROM THE FAMILY