Carmine Napolitano
Date of Death: March 6, 2023
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Hauppauge, NY 11788
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Carmine Napolitano, age 82, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on March 6, 2023. Carmine was born on April 14, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York, to his parents, Andrew and Caroline. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, who loved his family deeply. Carmine is survived by his loving wife of 57 years,…

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Anthony Giangrasso left a message on March 12, 2023:
Carmine was a good friend. We grew up together in Maspeth. We played a lot of sports together as teenagers...mostly baseball and softball. As a teenager Carmine was naturally very strong and a powerful hitter. Not many people remember that Carmine played football, too. In 1957 Carmine and I decided to try out for the Ressurection-Ascention Pop Warner football team. There was a 160 pound weight limit and an age limit of 19 years. We were both 17 and about 160 pounds. Although we had never played tackle football, we wanted to see what it was like. We went to the tryouts, and found that R-A had a well-organized program running for years with lots of older returning players returning from the previous season. We both made the team (me as an offensive guard and Carmine as a defensive line backer). That fall, every day after school Carmine and I would run about 2 miles from our homes in Maspeth to Juniper Valley park for practice, and then run back home afterward. Our games were on Saturdays all over Queens and Brooklyn. We had an undefeated regular season that Fall, but lost the championship game in the finals of the playoffs.
Chris De Cicco left a message on March 12, 2023:
May god bless and May you rest in peace.
Joe Bisiani left a message on March 10, 2023:
Dear Papa, I miss you Papa, but I know you’re in a much better place. I love you so much and I hope the Mets win the World Series this year because I know how much you love them (even though I do love those Yankees) :) I will cherish all of the memories we have made together, I couldn’t have asked for a better Grandpa. You are strong, you are resilient, you are amazing. If there is anybody who embodies determination, it is you. Your life lessons and the way you lived your own life have taught me a lot about my own, and how I want to live every day to the fullest with strength and the mindset to never give up. I know that these characteristics can push me beyond any obstacles that may lie ahead in the future. You showed us all that; you never gave up and it inspired, and will always continue to inspire, all of us. I love you, and I know you’re watching over us up above in Heaven :) Love, Joe
linda bisiani left a message on March 9, 2023:
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Scott Jr left a message on March 8, 2023:
Poppop, you will be forever missed. I will remember all the times you would build me up and tell me how my personality would always be so admirable to others, telling me to always work hard, encouraging me, and all of the great memories we shared. I love you and will always miss you! Thank you for being such an inspiration and teaching me to never give up, even when things get difficult in life
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Analynn Bisiani left a message on March 8, 2023:
I Miss you so much popop! I Miss meeting you and bubba at golden buffet and coming over and hearing you talk about something on the news or about the Mets team. You were a great grandfather and I love and miss you so much ❤️ rest easy and have fun in heaven
Mocera Family left a message on March 8, 2023:
So sorry for your loss.Your dad was a great person who touched so many lives, including ours. We will miss him. Sending you the strength and courage you need to face the days ahead.
Jack and Marguerite Calabrese left a message on March 8, 2023:
Nancy and Family So very sorry for your loss. May Carmine Rest In Peace.
Scott and Marisa Bisiani left a message on March 8, 2023:
Dad you will be missed :(
Scott and Marisa Bisiani left a message on March 8, 2023:
Hi all, just a lil note about my Father in law. Carmine was a good man, a true provider for his family. Who has instilled true Family First routes in all his children. Dad you will be missed. We hope you are looking down from heaven on all of us and pave the way for an easier path on life’s journey. Please give Nancy, Marisa, Andrew, and Carrie the strength to get through this difficult time. Maybe the Mets will pull through for you this year!!!!
Bob bienemann jr left a message on March 7, 2023:
Hi I am so sorry for your lost. The family will be in my prayers. I look forward to being on the alter for the funeral mass. Know that will be with you always. Bob bienemann jr
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Rinni left a message on March 7, 2023:
I love and miss you grandpa. I cherish every memory with you. thank you for taking care of me and being the best grandfather.
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