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Carmine Razzano

Carmine Razzano

Veterans Funeral Care Carmine Razzano

Carmine M. Razzano, 91, died Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater. He was born in Westbury, New York, the son of the late Joseph and Maria Diglia Razzano, Sr. Carmine entered the Army in 1941 and served in the European Theater during World War II. He was a master plumber by trade and was employed for over twenty years by the Clearwater Plumbing Company. Carmine was a Catholic and is survived by his wife of 47 years, JoAnn, of Largo; his four daughters: Michele Clark of Sarasota, FL, Fran Turek of Greenville, SC, Sue Heilig of Austin, TX, and Kathy Laird of Santa Fe, NM; his son, Barry Alday of Beverly Hills, FL; six grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Carmine was interred on August 20, 2007 at Bay Pines National Cemetery in St. Petersburg, FL. Arrangements by Veterans Funeral Care, Clearwater

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  • michele clark says:

    Daddy I will miss you very much.
    You will always be in my heart.
    You were a great Dad.

    Love always,michele

  • Richard Clark says:

    You were the best Father in law that a man could ask for.


  • Joan and Steve Boyle says:

    We will always have many fond memories of you–especially the good times at Crystal River.

    Love, Joan and Steve

  • Sue Boyle says:

    Rest in peace Carmine

  • Donna Pena says:

    I will miss your wonderful stories, Uncle. Sleep in peace.

  • Agnes Razzano says:

    You are the best brother. I will miss you very much. You were always good for a pocket full of jokes and laughs….thank you. I love you,

  • Karen Boyle Terry says:

    Carmine – I have fond childhood memories of the parties you hosted in Kakusha. You were a great friend to my parents thru the years.

  • Anna L. Schubert says:

    It was a joy to visit with uncle Carmine each year. I’m grateful for all the wonderful memories he has give to all of us. He will remain in my heart forever. Love Anna L.RossiSchubert

  • Bobby and Louise Aldridge says:

    To one of the best men we will ever know. You will truly be missed.

  • Mr. & Mrs. F.L. Razzano says:

    We all love to listen to you tell all the old time stories. They where great. We’ll miss you Uncle Carmine rest in peace.

  • Joseph &Eileen Razzano says:

    Unc,when you told us about your youth, we felt like we were there.You will be missed.
    Love Eileen,Joe and the Boys

  • Maria Matthews says:

    Uncle Carmine was always filled with interesting and funny stories. I especially loved the ones about his travels during his Army years. He never failed to make me laugh, and I will cherish the memories I have of our visits down in Florida. I thank you, Uncle Carmine for the sweet birdhouse you gave me. You were very, very special, and I will always love you. May your sweet soul rest in peace.

  • Joe & Rose Razzano says:

    We will miss you always. You were the greatest “Big Brother” ever!
    Love Joe and Rose Razzano

  • Stella & Lloyd Alford says:

    Uncle Carmine we will miss you very much.

  • Tina York & Family says:

    You will be missed by all of us.

  • Stephen Alford & Family says:

    WE love you and we will miss you.

  • Laura Vieth & Family says:

    Uncle Carmine you will be missed

  • Barry O. Alday says:

    Carmen M. Razzano was a great Daddy. Even though I was not his son,he treated me as his son. He was very good to my mother and 5 sisters. I will miss him a lot.My wife Rondella and her mother Victoria express their condolences as well.

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