March 6, 1959 – March 26, 2021
Worked at Manhattan's Criminal Court, avid softball player, Gary Venditti 62, family conscious man and friend of many succumbed to his battle with Covid related conditions on March 26, 2021 and he was born and raised on Staten Island. He was part of various softball teams throughout the Island and known for being one of the best pitchers ever. His children Gary Jr and Ashley Venditti, fondly remember their trips with Dad to Disney and other area family attractions. Gary was retired from NYC's Boldest spending his time working at Manhattan's Criminal Court where he will be remembered as the go to guy, who got things done. After his retirement he organized his yard as a gathering central where he entertained family and friends constantly and shared his life with others around him. If you were at any of his parties you would never be bored, his jokes stories and contagious laughter would keep you entertained. He is survived by his daughter Ashley Venditti and his Son Gary Venditti Jr, his longtime companion Christine Innamorato , his ex-wife Sherri Ruiz (nee Naimo), Brother Ronald and sister-in-law Virginia Grymes, Sister Joanne Archer, the late Thomas Grymes, Vera arinakis, Tommy and Anthony Venditti and John Venditti Jr and many nieces and nephews. Gary's friends were his "Chosen Family", he was like a father, brother, everybody's uncle and everyone wanted to be his friend. Family and friends will be received at the Harmon Funeral Home, 571 Forest Ave, Staten Island NY 10310 on Tues and Wed 2-4 and 7-9. Burial will be on Thursday, April 1, at St. Peter's Cemetery.
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March 31, 2021
Our deepest condolences of your loss
to Joanne & Family, your all in our thoughts and prayers.
Love your friend Carol & Janine and family.
March 29, 2021
Sending my deepest condolences during this difficult time. I am so very sorry to hear of his passing, I had the pleasure of serving Gary and his girlfriend at the Island coffee shop a few times. May he rest in peace.
March 29, 2021
Gary, love you my brother and will miss you. I will always have great memories when we were kids racing wooden carts, we were in each other's wedding and our trip to the city when we came up for a visit. You are a joy to be around and always made you laugh until your stomach hurt. Until we meet again my friend RIP.
Roe & Jim (Eadicicco) Yob
March 27, 2021
I always remember Gary with a smile on his face and laughter in his heart. You will be missed RIP.