OBITUARY

Thomas "Juice" Droscoski

April 19, 1945April 25, 2021
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Thomas "Juice" Droscoski on April 25, 2021 of Coram, LI. Beloved husband of Anella. Loving father of April Droscoski-Ferrera and her husband Tony Ferrera, Douglas and Thomas. Cherished grandfather of Anthony and Ava. Adored brother of Vincent, Margaret Valient, Barbara Cassidy, Richard, Albert and the late Carolyn Droscoski. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, LI. Visitation on Tuesday, April 27th from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. Mass of Christian burial on Wednesday at 11:30 AM at St. Margaret of Scotland R.C. Church. Interment to follow at Sea View Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

  • Interment

    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Memories

Thomas "Juice" Droscoski

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Janet Murtha-Droscoski

April 28, 2021

Some many things I will remember! One was our special dance! Another was the gang, in my car, with sixpacks, cruising all over town. Tommy always had the shotgun seat, Another was the song, DANCING IN THE STREET, no matter where we were, I would stop the car and everyone got out to dance, IN THE STREET.
He was, and is still, my very precious friend, His big smile, his funny remarks, his bubbly personality. This all made, THE JUICE!
So proud to be his sister-in-law! And prouder to be his friend,
Love you Tommy! And will cherish your memory forever!
Janet

Joe Droskoski

April 28, 2021

Anella, my wonderful cousins and whole family- Vicki and I want to send our love and condolences for the loss of Tommy. Due to Covid and everything associated with it we are both saddened by the fact that we will not be there to pay our respects in person but certainly in spirit and prayer!! Peace.
Love, Vicki and Joey Droskoski 🙏

Patricia Keane

April 27, 2021

So sorry to hear about Tommy. My condolences to the family. I knew the boys a long time and one is nicer than the other. We will miss that big smile and hello he always gave everyone. My kids used to laugh at him walking on the springs to spackle. Rest In Peace Juice. The Keane Family

ALBERT DROSCOSKI

April 27, 2021

So many childhood memories that all siblings share , just multiply by the seven of us each and every one of them. we each have special favorite ones unique to Tommy. One of mine was when I was 18 and didn't have a car of my own and had to rely on Dickie or Tommy to go out on weekends. Tommy needed me to help push his '60 Chevy Tri -Power because it would never start after it got hot. So little brother "the Kid" had to push to get it to "jump start". I always thought that that was the only reason he would take me with him!!! And of course he taught me how to spackle , which aided in making me a good living. Always there for for us and us for him in good times and rough times, gonna miss you my brother!!! Love you and say hi to Bacon and Sophie upstairs in Heaven................I hear they need a Dry Wall Engineer up there

Victoria Hartt

April 26, 2021

Tommy was good high school friends with my late husband Gary Hartt
I also remember him from grade school always a happy guy
Several of my husbands classmates are gone but good memories linger on

Paula Poten

April 25, 2021

So sorry to hear of Tommy’s passing. I will always remember our times at Port Jeff High School. Rest In Peace my friend. My prayers are with your family.

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