Julio Canevaro

March 27, 1950April 6, 2018

Julio Canevaro was born on March 27, 1950 and passed away on April 6, 2018


  • Visitiation Thursday, April 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Cemetery Friday, April 13, 2018

Julio Canevaro

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Louis Rey

October 3, 2018

I lived across from the Julio and his family for years and remember him and his beautiful family fondly. I recently learned of his passing and was saddened by the news. I would like to send my sincere condolences. God bless!

Eddie Laracuente

April 13, 2018

We first met in the 3rd grade at Public School 132 in Manhattan, New York. I have many fond memories of playing Punchball, Kickball, Dodgeball and Whiffleball together as children. Together we matured into adolescence and adulthood. You were an incurable prankster who made others laugh until tears came to their eyes. Your smile was contagious that all of us enjoyed.
I simply cannot recall all the times you helped me over the years. Most prominent in my mind was when you loaned me your car to travel to a job interview in Pennsylvania which led to my career with the United States government and introducing me to my wife. You helped me secure a job at Radio City Music Hall where I learned many skills that proved useful to me later in life. Your words of encouragement, mentoring and friendship are unforgettable.
I have lost not just a lifelong friend but rather someone I proudly proclaim my brother. May you rest in peace.

Carol Canevaro

April 11, 2018

Dear Julio,
I have been blessed to have you and Olbia in my life for the last 22 years. Mark and I will be married 19 years this year and in that time, I have seen the love of baseball and hockey you gave to your son. All the late night conversations over the phone on the replay of the games…. I have seen the hard worker your son is and how he Always, Always!!! Needs to be on time!!!! Just like you!
I have seen the laughs and giggles of your Grand-kids Josh and CC with all your teasing back and forth. The countless times you shared the important events of their lives as you watched them grow from birth, through birthdays, recitals, karate, Christmas shows, band, JV performance, or just plain ol’ quality time to name a few. Reading to them, allowing CC to comb your hair, going for walks, the beach, and liberty science center, etc. They will forever have those memories and more to look back on.
In my eyes, your son and Grand-Children live on through your legacy, through the love you gave to them. They are the best parts of you!
I will miss our banter the most. Thank you for blessing our lives!
All my love, Carol

Pilar Zeller

April 11, 2018

My dear brother, You will be forever in my heart and in my thoughts. I treasure the times we spent together at many Broadway plays and sharing meals at Hurley's on 48th street. I enjoyed our long phone chats. I have a broken heart and miss you so much. I feel a huge emptiness. I'm thankful for my precious memories, as they forever hold the cherished moments we have shared. My memories slowly but surely will begin to replace the emptiness I feel in my heart and will offer healing in this challenging times. I love you forever, dear Julio, my sweet baby brother. Peace-Prayers-Blessings to family and friends

Porchita M

April 11, 2018

Sending my sincere condolences to the family and a comforting thought found at Isaiah25:8.

Mary Aragona

April 11, 2018

I remember all the times we shared over the last 20 plus years, parties, holidays with our Grandchildren running in and out of the rooms and rolling on the floor. I remember all our talks of life and enjoyed those special moments with you. You are in the arms of God now looking down on us knowing you were loved and shall be dearly missed.
All my love, Mary

alan demarco

April 11, 2018

thanks for 29 years of fond memories, rest in peace Joe.

Joshua Canevaro

April 10, 2018

To Grandpa,
Things have not been going well ever since you passed away. My sister started crying and crying, I didn’t cry, but I grieved in a much different way. So grandpa, its been a while hasn’t it. We saw you last on April 4th. On Sunday the 9th, I did my 2nd and final JV performance we “WON”, I was very happy until I was in the car. My switch died and Dad told me you were gone. I never knew you passed away on Friday. My parents wanted me to enjoy my friend’s party and perform in the JV concert. I will miss you Grandpa! You were my best and only Grandpa! You were a “BIG” trickster too..remember the monkey and the pickle? Remember the METS game together? I will remember that memory will always crave it! I’m getting emotional writing this letter. I took Dad’s phone and listened to your last voicemail right before you passed away. He was a little mad at me! Also, Grandma is sending some of your stuff to us. I promise I will take care of your stuff…but…”I will put my DIRTY! GREASY! Hands on it!! Just Kidding! HAHAHA! So your now in the funeral home and I’m not allowed to go to your funeral this week so I’m writing you this letter. Well….look on the bright side you are now in heaven , maybe hanging out with Harold and watching the game. But there is a Kid who misses you sooooo much!!!! I wonder who it is…..ME!!! I really wanted to go to a yankee game with you. With all of my heart and hope and joy, know that I love you very much! See you soon!
Love Joshua aka Josh (age 12) your Grand-son!

Cassandra Canevaro

April 10, 2018

Dear Grandpa,
I find it sill that you died so early in life. I miss you a lot! I’m worried about Grandma, she will have no partner to be with her. I hope you don’t mind if we keep your cars and airplane models and I have 3 of your hats. Everything will be so different without you here. I have giving you Blueberries my tiger, I had him when I was very little. I want you to snuggle with him, he reminds me that you are fierce, strong and loving. My life will change, I have deep strong feelings about you and I miss you so much. Please tell Jerry I said “HI”, if you meet him in heaven, I would like to both to be friends. I just miss you!!! I want to grab you and give you a tight hug. I’m also giving you my cross to hold on tight if you are scared or sad, because I’m sad. I love you so much and I want you to know missing you will be hard! I love you and I will see you in heaven one day!
Love Cassandra aka CC (age 10) your one and only Grand-daughter!

Lizbeth Gaston

April 9, 2018

I am so grateful you were able to walk me down the aisle, see Cedric & I graduate and most of all you were one of my biggest supporters during the toughest time in my life. I am going to miss you. I spoke to you a few days ago & told you “ I love you” and you said it back to me. I will forever be grateful that we had to chance to exchange those precious words. I know you are at peace & watching over us. Again, I LOVE YOU ❤️
Forever your daughter