Angelo Parisi

  • Born: November 27, 1946
  • Died: February 8, 2021
  • Location: Mount Vernon, New York

Pelham Funeral Home

64 Lincoln Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Angelo Parisi, A longtime resident of Mount Vernon passed away on February 8th 2021. He was 74 years old. Born in Brooklyn, NY to Nicholas and Girolama Parisi, Angelo was one of three children. He was raised in Ozone Park where he attended local schools. After graduating High School Angelo would enlisted in the US Army in 1966. He served in Vietnam and would returned home after two years of service.

On his return, Angelo started his own video production business. He met his wife Karen DeSimone and together they have one child, Nicholas. Angelo loved spending time with Nicholas. Together they enjoyed car shows, stamp and coin collecting, vacationing with family and frequent trips to Disney World. Angelo described himself and Nicholas as two peas in a pod.

Angelo will be remembered as a generous, caring, and quiet gentleman. He was a real family man and was always there to help everybody.

Angelo is survived by his son Nicholas, his sisters; Josephine Acquaviva and Frances Troccoli and brother in law Frank Troccoli and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents, Nicholas and Girolama, his brother in law Tom Acquaviva and nephew Paul Aquaviva. He will be missed by everyone he knew.

A celebration of Angelo's life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home located at 64 Lincoln Ave, Pelham New York on Thursday February 18th from 9:00am -10:30am. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church located at 575 Fowler Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York on Thursday February 18th at 11:00am. Interment with military honors will follow at Calverton National Cemetery. For more information or to leave a condolence please visit pelhamfuneral.com


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Christmas Eve 2020

Posted by Josephine Acquaviva (sister) - Wayne, NJ - Family   March 03, 2021

To my dear brother Angelo,

You were a wonderful, kind generous man who will always be loved and greatly missed. I miss our daily phone calls and will always cherish the memories of our family life together. I know you are now at peace with Paul and Mom and Dad. You will never be forgotten.

Love, Big Sister Jo

Posted by Josephine Acquaviva - Wayne, NJ - family   March 02, 2021

Angelo,
I've known you since the day I was born. You were my godfather. You were the kindest , gentlest man I have ever known. I feel very lucky to have had you as a part of my life. I know you are at peace now and reunited with your family. Say hello to my dad!

My deepest sympathy to the family.

Posted by Louise Culcasi    February 25, 2021

Always enjoyed our times with you Angelo! You'll be greatly missed!

Posted by Joe & Barbara Terracciano - Yonkers, NY - Family   February 19, 2021

Rest in peace . Will miss our laughs together.

Posted by Jie Barreiro    February 18, 2021

Nick, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved Father.
I have such fond memories of him cooking in the kitchen, his laugh,
and how he welcomed me each and every time I showed up for dinner.
A life cut short. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Posted by Linda Fontana - Cave Creek, AZ   February 18, 2021

Dear Angelo I know you are at piece now. I’ll always cherish our good memories and time we were together, amen karen Parisi

Posted by Karen Parisi - Orlando, FL   February 18, 2021

Dear cousin Angelo,
I will miss you but I am lucky to have so many memories from our childhood together. God bless you and I'll be praying for you as you enter God's loving care, until we meet again. MJean

Posted by Margaret Brugman - Satellite Beach, FL - Family   February 17, 2021

My uncle Angelo was a kind and thoughtful man who was always willing to help others . He was loved by so many and he will be missed.

Posted by Renee Becker - Charlotte, NC - Family   February 14, 2021

Angelo, I have know you my whole life and have a treasure trove of wonderful memories of you. Our early childhood with our grandparents in Cityline was a time from not only another generation, but another world. A world of simple pure love. I will cherish you and those days in my heart forever. Love, Maria

Posted by Maria Diecidue - Chicago, IL - Family   February 14, 2021

At Jo's Nov 2019

Posted by Fran Troccoli - Clifton, VA - Sister   February 14, 2021

Aug 1950

Posted by Fran Troccoli - Clifton, VA - Sister   February 14, 2021

Me and my big brother.

Posted by Fran Troccoli - Clifton, VA - Sister   February 14, 2021

Angelo,you were the BEST,big brother inthe world.You were also ,my protector& my Hero.I love you,and miss you so much already.I will miss our weekly phone calls.My only consolation is that you are now reunited with other family members that went before.Hugs and kisses to Mom& Dad.I am sure Paul was one of the first to welcome you on the other side.RIP,big brother.Love always,Fran

Posted by Fran Troccoli - Clifton,, VA - Family   February 13, 2021

Angelo, we’v know you since 1974 - you were at our wedding, you married my best friend, we worked together and then you and Jeff became best friends. We did a lot of things together from vacations, dinners, New Year’s Eve parties, etc. You were always a very generous person and helped everyone (my kitchen & bathroom) May you RIP and we will always remember you fondly. Suzanne & Jeff

Posted by Suzanne - Friend   February 12, 2021

Nick, your dad was a wonderful man. I will remember him warmly. My love and prayers are with you!

Posted by Lori Lindahl - Family   February 12, 2021


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Community Photos

Me and my big brother.
Aug 1950
At Jo’s Nov 2019
My college graduation.
My Baptism
Christmas Eve 2020