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Joseph F. Spiccioli

Joseph F. Spiccioli, 82, of Pittston Township, passed away Saturday, August 22, 2020 at Wilkes- Barre General Hospital.

Born in Pittston he was the son of the late Louis and Margaret (Lombardi) Spiccioli.

Joseph was a graduate of Pittston Township High School and was employed as a service manager for numerous local car dealerships. He was a life member of the Pittston Township Volunteer Fire Department, an avid golfer and avid NY Yankee fan.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife Elizabeth (Siewell) Spiccioli and brother Dr. Louis Spiccioli II.

He is survived by his sons: Joseph Spiccioli, Baltimore, MD and Dr. Michael Spiccioli, Mt. Top, grandchildren: Caroline, Will, Matthew, and Nickolas Spiccioli; sister-in-law Rosemary Spiccioli, brother-in-law Thomas Basarab and numerous nieces and nephews.

A walk through visitation will be held, following the current CDC guidelines, Friday August 28, 2020 from 6-8PM at Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC 251 William Street, Pittston. A private mass of Christian burial will be held with internment in St. Rocco’s Cemetery.

In lieu of Flowers, please make a financial donation to the Pittston Township Volunteer Fire Dept. 3600 North Township Blvd, Pittston Township, PA 18640.

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28 ago 2020

Deepest condolences about Joe's passing. Such a nice person to talk to. Had a lot of laughs. He was not afraid to tell you what he was thinking. He was a great man. May he rest in peace.

Jeff Dowling

Rainbow Landscaping

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27 ago 2020

Joseph,Michael and Rosemary, I am so very sorry on hearing the sad news that Joe had passed away. A lot of great memories of Joe. Being Louie,s big brother , Joe became a big brother to me also. He was always available with advice and some great insightful wisdom, which by the way was much appreciated by two wild and crazy young men. Thanks Joe! Love You Big Brother

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27 ago 2020

For the last forty plus years Joe was our neighbor and a good friend to my parents. He will be greatly missed!

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26 ago 2020

The Ridolfi / Spiccioli families were intertwined from the beginning. Joe's parents were my godparents and my dad was Joe's godfather. So many great memories. Forever in our hearts.

Sue Ridolfi Greenfield

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25 ago 2020

Joe and I went to the same school together and played on the Might Mites Football team under Coach Hopkins. Joe and I are the same age. I was the Center for the team and I think Joe was a fullback. I left Pittston in 1956 and joined the Air Force and spent 50 years of my life working for the government. I'm now retired and living in San Antonio, TX. I know Joe will be dearly missed. We have a lot of fond school memories. God bless Joe and the family he left behind. I will see him someday in heaven. Charles (Buff) Bufalino

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