Joseph C. Catalano, 97, of Dunkirk died Monday morning, September 11, 2023, on the Chautauqua Nursing and Rehabilitation Middle.
He was once born Might 5, 1926 in Dunkirk, the son of the overdue George and Mary (Gullo) Catalano.
A lifelong Dunkirk resident, Joseph was once a graduate of Dunkirk Prime College, Elegance of 1944. He served within the U.S. Military from 1944 to 1946 throughout Global Battle II. He was once a type and being concerned guy and cherished his circle of relatives maximum of all.
He were hired as a milkman at Briggs Dairy in Dunkirk, retiring after 42 years of provider and was once a parishioner of Holy Trinity Church and the Holy Identify Society. He additionally labored at Stop’s Commissary and on the U.S. Submit Workplace in his previous years. He was once a former member of the Acquavia Submit and the Columbus Membership.
Survivors come with two daughters, Kathleen (Joseph) Carrus and Debra (Kenneth) Dollar, either one of Dunkirk; six grandchildren, Scott (Fay) Sinare, Jill (Mario) Avila, Jeffrey (Becca) Carrus, Kristen (Jon) Rajewski, Kenneth (Erika) Dollar II, and Heather Dollar; 11 great-grandchildren, Anthony Sinare, Genivieve Sinare, Nico Avila, Giuliana Avila, Carmen Avila, Harper Carrus, Easton Carrus, Elijah Rajewski, Micah Rajewski, Avery Dollar and Kennedy Dollar; and in addition a number of nieces and nephews live to tell the tale. The circle of relatives would additionally like to recognize and thank the personnel at Chautauqua Nursing and Rehabilitation in Dunkirk, for his or her type and compassionate care of Joseph.
But even so his oldsters, he was once preceded in loss of life by means of his spouse, Beatrice T. Catalano; daughter, Sandra L. (Anthony) Sinare; toddler daughter, Cynthia Catalano; toddler grandson, Daniel Dollar; 3 sisters, Teresa Clarke, Martha Capitano, and Frances Damico; and one brother, John Catalano. Kin and pals are invited to wait a Mass of Christian Burial which shall be celebrated Friday, Sept. 15, at 9:30 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church. There shall be no prior visitation. Complete army honors shall be accorded by means of the Dunkirk Joint Veterans Council Honor Guard. Entombment shall be within the Assumption Mausoleum of St. Mary’s Cemetery, Dunkirk. In lieu of plants, memorials is also made to Holy Trinity Church. Preparations are by means of the McGraw-Kowal Funeral House.