Dear tuccillo family
My brother (bill Anderson) and I grew up with the Tuccillo family...they taught my brother to cook. Johnny and he were best friends during high school and beyond..he was a friend for life..
Rest in peace Johnny
We are saddened to hear of John's passing. He was such a brave man. We remember you all as great neighbors and friends while we lived at Fiddlesticks. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers as you face the days ahead. John was such a wonderful person. He always made others feel important.
Love from Carolyn and Andy Spurgeon
Pat and I were saddened to learn of "Uncle" John's passing. We will fondly remember him - his humor, kindness, and each time we saw him, his interest in our lives in Arizona.
Our thoughts are with you, Marie, and with the family.
Patty Conte and Pat Campbell
Mrs.Tuccillo,I am sorry for your loss.I had the honor and priviledge of knowing Mr.Tuccillo for a number of years.He was always kind and respectful to me.I will miss his humor and the knowledge that he shared. Again I am sorry for your loss. Howard Brown,server/bartender;men's stag room
Dear Marie and all of the Tuccillo family:
I was saddened to learn of "Tuchs" passing but know he is resting in our Dear Lords arms in Heaven.I was a close friend as a teenager when John was at school in Kenmore and I was at Barberton (class of 53). He was a great and kind friend and well liked by all who knew him.
My sincere memories and prayers go out to all of you.
Byron Hummel Duluth,Georgia
JOHN WAS A FIGHTER THE LAST FEW YEARS OF HIS LIFE.ALWAYS A GENTLEMAN AND A PLEASURE TO BE WITH.
Sorry for the loss of your loved one, take comfort in the true God who is yearing to bring your loved one back!