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November 15, 2018

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November 15, 2018

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February 16, 2018
Uncle . your absences within the entire family has been felt in many ways . you truly are loved and missed by all! your brother is not the same guy as when you left us
December 11, 2017
My Condolences to the whole Contessa Family on the passing of such a warm friendly family man that Mr. Contessa was to the whole community. Having been a schoolmate of his children I was often invited into the house to watch a movie or share a meal and I thank-you. I remember both Mr. Contessa and his wife always supporting whatever endeavor the children were involved in whether it was the PTA or baseball games and cannot remember a time that they ever missed a game/practice/fundraiser. Mr. Contessa always had a great sense of humor and was easygoing, friendly, and easy to talk with, a trait which he instilled in his children. When Mr. Contessa and my Father found out they were in the military around the same time they bonded instantly as that generation often did (Greatest Generation). Growing up in Oakwood back then was Idyllic and families were happy to invite you into their homes to share. So sad to see our friend's parents passing one by one but this is a part of life. "Do you remember the times of your Life". Thank-you for the memories. Rest in Peace. Again my Condolences to the Contessa Family. Semper Fidelis.
December 11, 2017
December 10, 2017
Marie, so sorry for your loss...
Laura Lupo