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John Joseph Iacono


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John Joseph Iacono Obituary
San Bernardino - John "Jersey" Joseph Iacono passed away Friday, July 1 at Kindred Hospital, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., due to complications from a brief illness. He was 88. John is survived by his wife Loretta, his daughters Christine Iacono, Theresa Chittenden, Rita Costello and her husband Michael, son Salvatore Iacono and his wife Kasi. John also leaves behind seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. John was born on November 20, 1927, in Brooklyn New York to Salvatore and Vincenza Iacono. On September 17, 1955, John married the love of his life Loretta Gutierrez, and the two remained devoted to each other until his passing. John left Brooklyn for Los Angeles with his mother and father in 1944, and lived there with his wife from 1955 - 1972. He and his family then moved to Crestline, California where they lived 29 Years before moving to San Bernardino in 2001. John graduated from Lincoln High School in 1945, and served in the Army until December of 1947. John later earned a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation from Cal State, L.A. in 1952. He worked full time at the Los Angeles Times Boys Club while attending college, and later went on to work for such companies as Cannon Electric, AMF Voit, and Ormco, before taking part ownership of West Coast Chain. John was an active member of the Mountain Community, involving himself in Crestline's Rotary Club, the Chamber of Commerce, and The Veterans of Foreign Wars. John's greatest contribution to the community came when he and his wife Loretta founded the Mountain Communities Boys and Girls Club in 1995. John enjoyed many things such as dancing, bowling, gardening, reading, working with children and watching the Lakers, but nothing gave him more pleasure than spending time with his family. He will be forever known for his wisdom, kindness and generosity, and will be truly missed. Services will be held at Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery, Colton, California on July 14. His family requests that in Lieu of flowers, donations be sent to the Mountain Communities Boys and Girls Club.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from July 7 to July 11, 2016
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