Harmon Funeral Home


Edward Francis Scozzare

February 27, 1934January 10, 2021

Edward Scozzare, 86 Definition of a family man Edward Scozzare, beloved father, grandfather, Uncle, Great Uncle and friend passed away on Sunday January 10, 2021. Preceded in death and reunited with the love of his life, Alice Scozzare. Also preceded in death by his two brothers, Joseph and Peter Scozzare. He was born February 27th, 1934 in Staten Island, NY, and resided on the island for his entire life. After graduating from Wagner College, Ed served in the army, where he met his beloved wife on a blind date while stationed in Utah. .Ed worked as a plant manager for US Gypsum for over 40 Years. He also umpired for Staten Island Softball leagues. This started as a way to earn some extra money, but he so enjoyed it, he never wanted to stop. Big Ed never missed a call. He enjoyed coaching CYO girls basketball for many years. After his retirement, he needed a way to keep busy so he became a volunteer at Eger's Nursing Home, where he transported patients. When at home, Ed loved spending time with his dogs and snuggling with them on the sofa while watching every episode of Law and Order and NCIS. Ed was the definition of a family man, a loving husband, father, and grandfather and would do anything for his family. He enjoyed traveling, and went on many memorable cruises and other family vacations. He had a big smile, a gruff exterior but was a teddy bear at heart. Ed embraced his Italian heritage and loved telling stories about growing up on Staten Island, the son of immigrant parents. He is survived by his four children Monica Scozzare (Steve Herrmann), Tina Stark (Richard Stark), Edward (Ed) Scozzare (Marian Ju Scozzare) Lee Mooney (Matt Mooney) and his grandson Christian Stark. Due to COVID 19 restrictions there will be no wake. A funeral mass will be conducted at Blessed Sacrament Church on 1/19/2021 at 10:30am. Masks and social distancing will be strictly enforced. The service will also be live-streamed ( a1bmke1xw vszuxqfdryd ). When it is safe to do so, we will have the proper send-off that befits this great man. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Eger's nursing home or a favorite charity of your choice in his name.


  • Prayer Service

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

  • Morivian Cemetery

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021


Edward Francis Scozzare

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joe calvano

January 13, 2021

All my best to all of Ed's family.
We worked together for many years, he with USG and I with Letica now Berry.
He was a great man and I thought of him many times over the last few years and how he would handle things.
We shared Referee stories as he loved Basketball and Softball Like me.
I will miss him and so will many of those who knew him from the Letica side.
All my best,
Joe Calvano

Tom Foley

January 12, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Ed. I have very fond memories from when I worked with him in Port Reading. He was a great person and great boss. RIP