William-Celentano-Obituary

William C. Celentano Jr.

New Haven, Connecticut

Apr 25, 1938 – Feb 11, 2020

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BORN
April 25, 1938
DIED
February 11, 2020
LOCATION
New Haven, Connecticut

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Celentano Jr., William C.William C. Celentano Jr., 81, a lifelong resident of the City of New Haven passed away peacefully, after a brief illness on February 11, 2020 with his entire family by his side.Bill (or Billy) was the dedicated husband of Gigi Mauro Celentano. Born in New Haven April 25,...

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To Bills wife and family,
Billy took care of my whole family for years. Two years ago laying to rest my dad, Bill Sabino, who was a lifelong friend of Billy's. Dad was insistent Celentano Funeral home would be his final resting place. Billy was there every step of the way, right to the graveside service. An incredible friend, humanitarian, civic leader, family man and loss to the New Haven Community. May he rest in peace as he is reunited with all who went before him.
Lisa M....

For many, many years Billy and his family were always wonderful to my father, Jim Condie, and my family.

I am sorry to hear of Billy's passing and I extend my deepest sympathies to all the Celentanos. I regret not having been able to join you for Billy's services.

Margaret Condie Casey
San Antonio, TX

Dear Bill...you have always been such a special friend...a most wonderful person...I will always remember you in my prayers...love, Valerie

I would like to express my sincere and deepest sympathy in your loss. Bill was not only a gentleman, a professional, but my friend. He serviced pretty much my entire family from my in-laws to my own father and sister. As Fire Commissioner, Bill loved the Fire Service and I was blessed to have his support as a firefighter and as Chief of Department. May God Bless You and Keep You Gigi and the family during this time of sorrow. May Bill Rest In Peace.
Chief Dennis W. Daniels
NHFD,...

Bill will be missed forever , such an iconic New Haven figure , my condolences to his loving family .

Sincere condolences. Bill was very helpful to me in compiling information on the history of the Amity Club of New Haven when I chaired our 75th Anniversary Reunion in 2011. Could not have been more accommodating and gracious. We will miss him greatly.

I am so sorry for this great loss. Bill, was a wonderful sympathetic man. He went over and above to help families in need of services for their love ones. RIP, with God our father almighty.

Gigi, I am on florida so I won't be able to attend the services for Bill. He was a lovely man and I am so sorry you are going thru this again. Thinking of you with love

So sorry for the loss of such a kind and compassionate friend to so many families in our Greek community. May his memory be forever eternal+++