Nicholas Frank Mormando
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Weigand Bros Funeral Home
49 Hillside Ave
Williston Park, NY
MORMANDO Nicholas Frank, formerly of Old Westbury, New York and Boca Raton, Florida passed quietly on October 13th, 2021, in his 93rd year. Loving husband of the late Marie Mormando and companion of Margo Burzynska. Devoted father of Frank (Gigi), Lynn DeMatteis (Richard), Nikki Ann DiConza (William) and Michael (Rita). Cherished grandfather of Gabrielle, Nicholas, Alex, Joseph, Katherine, Matthew, Nicole, Rita, Peter and Tiffany. Survived by six great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Frank "Dusty" Mormando and the late Rose Marie Siracusano. Born in Brooklyn, moved to Levittown, Old Westbury and then Boca Raton, Florida. Dedicated to the sport of bowling as owner/operator of several major bowling centers throughout New York and Florida. Inducted into the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in recognition of his twenty year contribution to the sport of bowling serving as Trustee and President. In 1987, awarded the Victor Lerner Medal, the highest honor awarded by the Bowling Proprietors Association of America, for his lifetime contribution to the sport. President of the BPAA 1974-1976. Accomplishments also included 40 years as an entrepreneur in the restaurant business, touching the hearts and souls of many, winning national and worldwide acclaim. Mass celebration 9:45 am, Tuesday, October 19th, at St. Brigid's Catholic Church in Westbury. Interment at Holy Rood Cemetery thereafter.


Published by Newsday on Oct. 17, 2021.
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Oct
19
Funeral Mass
9:45a.m.
St. Brigid's Catholic Church
Westbury, NY
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I remember Nick from the bowling alleys in Levittown He was a dynamic man,I am sure he will be missed by his friends and family
elenor lowe
November 1, 2021
I am his Uncle John Mormando´s niece. I grew up with him in Brooklyn. I remember when he was just starting to get involved in the bowling industry. I was just a kid, but I could see how dynamic he was even then just starting out in his life. The room lite up when Nickie walked in. I loved his voice. I know he will be missed dearly. I send my prayers to his whole family.
Rochel mullin
Family
October 26, 2021
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