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Joseph Charles Scibelli


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oseph C. Scibelli was born on April 1, 1927 to Joseph and Rose (Rossi) Scibelli in Jamaica, New York. He passed away on September 26, 2017 at his home in Brooksville, Florida at the age of 90 under the care of Hospice, surrounded by his loving family.

Family

Joe is preceded in death by his parents, son Anthony, and his wife of 63 years, Eleanor Scibelli. He is survived by his son Joseph Scibelli of Brooksville, Florida; daughters Rose Nardello of Harrison, New York, Diane Aufrecht of Spring Hill, Florida, Mary Ann Scibelli of Spring Hill, Florida; nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Military History

Joe joined the United States Navy on November 20, 1945 in Jamaica, New York. He served in the United States Navy for 2 years and was honorably discharged at the rank of Seaman Second Class. His time in the Navy including service on the USS Guadalcanal, a Carrier ship, which served during and after World War II earning three Battle stars during the war.

Services

A memorial mass with military honors provided by the United States Navy is scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 10:00 am at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Spring Hill, Florida.

Special Acknowledgements

The family of Joe Scibelli would like to thank the staff at HPH Hospice for the outstanding care they provided Joe during his final days.

Friends, family, and those who served with Joe are invited to share a memory and sign his guestbook below.

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  • Rose says:

    Dear Pop,
    We love and miss you so much. We cannot believe that you are gone from our lives. But are happy that you are with Mommy and Anthony again. We were picturing them waiting for you as you entered the pearly gates. WE all know how much Mommy missed you and you missed her.
    You were the most giving and loving Pop anyone could have asked for.
    You always gave whatever you had to us, and put us first. Even up until your last day, you had to make sure we had the will and everything in order. You were just amazing with your mind. We all wish we could have had a memory like yours.
    We now have You, Mommy and Anthony as our guardian angels.
    The babies came in asking ” where’s POP POP, with their little hands up? They were so adorable. Anthony was not able to come into the house to see you, he wanted to remember you the way you were the last night he saw you.
    You are so loved Pop.
    Please kiss Mommy and Anthony for us.
    We love you Pop
    Love Rose Diane Joey MaryAnn and Phyllis.. All of your grandchildren and great grandchildren