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Heather Provino-Scanlon uploaded photo(s)
Monday, March 27, 2023
My Uncle Carm was larger than life, strong, always laughing and always ready to "cheers" with me over a tall, cold glass of milk! He reinforced my parents teaching that "hard work always pays off" and "if you do something, do it right". Big Red was always sparkling and everything was always cared for and tending to. He had the best laugh and looked more and more like Grandpa every year. Our last adventure together was from Herkimer back to Florida where he shared so many stories, many laughs, smiles and even included an epic taste test in search of the perfect protein shake!. We were beyond honored to take his first flight with him since his army days in Germany and we listened to stories about that time with awe and admiration. I am so happy you are reunited with Nana and Grandpa Uncle Carm, I will keep the milk "cheers" going! Love to you, Heather
Rocco Fiato posted a condolence
Friday, March 24, 2023
From time to time over the holidays our families would meet and Aunt Kate and our neighbors would create wonderful meals - and cousin Carm would show up for a while to socialize. I remember his great smile - hint of mischief - and how he made folks feel happy. May he rest in peace. Rocky Jr
Oda Kamerling posted a condolence
Thursday, March 23, 2023
Our heartfelt condolences to the Peruzzi family. May your dear father, brother, cousin Carmine rest in eternal peace. Oda and Servaas Kamerling.
Michelle Perruzzi posted a condolence
Thursday, March 23, 2023
Trips to Florida with you throughout my childhood. Coffee at Howard Johnsons. Vernon Downs to bet on the horses. Teaching my how to drive in Big Red. Our drive when I was 18 from NY to Florida where we went to the casinos in the city on our way (gosh that was fun!)... and then stayed at your family's Hollywood, Florida home. Picking oranges straight off the trees in the backyard. Helping you when you did your top quality carpentry work. Pranking you when you'd stay with me when you were home for the summers (boy I still laugh when I think about the nail polish and the poppers incidents LOL!) I have soooo many beautiful, hysterical and loving memories of you Dad. My last two visits with you these past two years (even with your dementia) were beautiful and I know you connected with me and knew who I was ... the laughter we shared, the jokes, and eye contact ... your baby will love you forever daddy <3 You are missed but you are still held so very close in the hearts, minds and spirits of all of us who LOVE you ... and we will see you again. I love you always and forever dad. Your daughter, Michelle
Diana uploaded photo(s)
Wednesday, March 22, 2023
I have a few favorite memories of my father however, my fondest memory is when I was living in Debary, Fl in 1996-97. Dad and I would go bowling on Sundays together.. $5 and you could bowl as many games as you could in 3 hours.. it was so much fun and I had Dad all to myself... I love you Dad.. you will always have a special place in my heart..
Todd Provino uploaded photo(s)
Sunday, March 19, 2023
Uncle Carm: Wow ... I distinctly remember four things that were synonymous with my "cool" Uncle. They were: 1.) those tight white t-shirts he'd wear that showed off his muscles. Man, he was strong. 2.) the fact that he smoked was unique; he was the only family member to smoke (that I knew about). That made him such a rebel and I would watch him smoke and wish I could be that cool. 3.) and finally Big Red. That fire engine red truck he'd drive around. Always clean and the inside was spotless. Full of tools. When I was home and I'd come around the corner and see that truck parked in our driveway I would feel the excitement of seeing my favorite Uncle. And finally, 4.) that booming laugh. When he'd laugh it'd start out low in volume and would grow to a point where you could hear his chuckling from across the house. Growing up you weren't always in my life but the moments you were I cherished. You're in a better place Uncle Carm ... say hi to Nana and Grandpa for me and I know that you're up there in heaven making sure everything is fixed: tables more secure, doors less squeaky, and necessities being built from scratch. Love to you.
Margaret Neimeier posted a symbolic gesture
Saturday, March 18, 2023
I haven't seen cousin Carmine in quite a few years. What I remember most is when I was a young girl he would come to my mother's house for dinner a few times a week when he was working in the Syracuse, NY area...oh, how I loved to hear him laugh, and he always was so engaging in conversation with my mom and dad. His smile could light up a room. Cousin Margaret (Savo) Neimeier
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Friday, March 17, 2023
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1938 - 2023
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