Carmine Joseph Maugeri
May 11, 1947 – August 9, 2018
Carmine Maugeri died at the age of 71. He died peacefully at home in the company of his wife of 46 years, Dorothy Holscher Maugeri. Carmine and Dorothy met on a blind date. Carmine is survived by his wife, and by daughter Debra Ann Maugeri and son Jonathan Paul Maugeri (Elena), grandchildren Jonathan Paul Maugeri, Jr, and Natalie Ann Maugeri. Also survived by brothers Salvatore Maugeri (Valerie), Ronald Maugeri, Richard Maugeri and sister Theresa Sherwood (John).
Carmine was born in Manhattan, New York, and grew up in Yorktown Heights, New York. He was a member of the Bricklayers Allied Craftsmen union for over 40 years. He moved to Florida in 1993 and worked for Tile-It, owned by his brother. He retired in 2009. Carmine loved his family and friends, cars, oldies music, flea markets, and going on cruises with his wife.
In lieu of Flowers, donations can be made to the American Heart Association or the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.
A celebration of life memorial services will be held at Volusia Memorial Park, 4815 Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, Florida 32129 on Saturday, August 25, 2018, at 2 pm. Family and friends are encouraged to wear their favorite resort/casual wear in honor of Carmine’s favorite passion which was cruising.
- Mayo Clinic
- American Heart Association
Celebration of Life
Volusia Memorial Funeral Home
4815 S Clyde Morris Blvd
Carmine Joseph Maugeri
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Lawrence and Peggy Burt
August 11, 2018
Although we never were able to get close to Dottie and Carmine the brief times we spent with them at Holscher family events was enough to allow us to see what a wonderful person Carmine was.
God bless and keep you Carmine. May your road be easier from here forward.
Dottie and Debra, know that we are thinking of you and hoping you, and all of your family, are sure in the fact that Carmine is watching over you from a better place.
Sending love and prayers.
John and Jackie Martino
August 11, 2018
Dottie and Carmine have been friends of ours since 1973ish
I worked with Dot at Putnam Community Hospital Carmel NY
They had Debbie 3/9/77 and we had Meredith 3/11/77 Not so close close with our second. Jon in Oct 78 and our Melis March 79
We visited each other fairly often when they still lived in Carmel /us in Brookfield Ct.
The 4 kids got along pretty well lol Jonathan hmmm being Jonathan a normal kid tomenting the girls. All survived with good fun memories
After a few yrs the Maugeri’s moved to Florida we would see them when they were back in NY visiting family and later we made a few trips to see them and other northerners who left for warmer weather
So true good friends don’t need to talk but a couple times a yr and pick up like seeing each other weekly
Carmine became ill heart wise ended up with a heart transplant 5-6 yrs ago Not all went easy with complications ,a lot of them ! Carmine was positive and fought every day and had s good run for a while His family I cannot-say enough gave immense love and care for him and had fun all together
JJ and Natalie ,their grandkids, were his delight!!daily. He was so proud if his family
Carmine was so real and honest He didn’t waste time if he loved you ... he told you often and how much you meant to him
We loved him too!! He will be missed
Oh just to make him not perfect , this will not be a surprise to those who really knew him He could be a little annoying ... Dottie-Dottie -Dottie
Am i right or wrong How he loved and depended on you. Dottie you were the bestest for him. ❤️much love Jackie n John
August 10, 2018
He was always happy and smiling no matter what. I know that he loved his family very much and he will be truly missed.