Thomas Cammarata

Staten Island, New York

1926 - 2019 (Age 93)


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Thomas 'Tommy' Cammarata, 93 Lived his entire life in South Beach; 'always the life of the party' Lifelong Islander and proud U.S. Army veteran, Thomas "Tommy" Cammarata, 93, passed away on June 3, 2019, after a long illness. Born May 7, 1926, Tommy was the youngest of 11 children born...

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Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you in this time of sadness.
(2 Thessalonians 2:16,17)

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

He was such a nice man, I remember him fondly. Lived next door to my Nonnie on Austin Ave, my father Elio liked him.

Tommy, you are loved dearly by Christine Hamilton and family. Pete and I grew up 3 doors away 1970-1980. We loved spending time with you and Fran. Your house always smelled delicious. You painted the telephone poles with stars and stripes with our Dad for the 1976 bicentennial. You had me be an elf and even Wonder Woman at the Knights of Columbus events.
I will always think of your big heart, big smile, and warm gregarious nature. "You're beautiful!". I am so glad we...

Fran, Christine Hamilton and niece Amanda 11-1-15

Tom, Pete Hamilton and daughter Amanda 11-1-15

Tom, Fran, Pete and Christine Hamilton Nov 1 2015

Kind and caring with a great heart! He was a good friend to my parents Joe and Joan Gugliucci Always there to help,And with a big smile ! Sorry for your loss

Jamie Gugliucci

When we moved onto Austin Av in 1966 you were and Fran were Uncle Tommy and Banna to me and my sister Debbie & Brother Greg. You always treated us like family. There will never be another you.. you were a beautiful person with a Big Heart. I dont know if I ever met a happier man then you, so full of life.. rest in peace Uncle Tom..Love Phil Mancino Jr