John J. Gambrazzio

  • Born: May 2, 1932
  • Died: October 5, 2019
  • Location: Stoughton, Massachusetts

Farley Funeral Home

358 Park Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Tel. (781) 344-2676

Tribute & Message From The Family


Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to John by adding your memories and photos.

John J. Gambrazzio, 87, died Saturday, October 5, 2019 in his lifelong home in Stoughton, after a short illness. He was the husband of the late Esther (Bruus) Gambrazzio. Born, raised and educated in Stoughton, he was a Veteran of the US Army. Upon his Honorable Discharge, he returned to Stoughton and began working as a Teamster. He was an employee of the Simeone Construction Company in Stoughton for many years, retiring several years ago. Mr. Gambrazzio was a lifelong member of the VFW in Stoughton. He was a dedicated husband and brother and enjoyed spending time with his beloved extended family. In his free time, he enjoyed playing poker, gardening and cultivating his tomato garden.

John is survived by his three sisters; Angelina "Honey" Panacy, Frances Anderson and Lena Mortelleti all of Stoughton. He was predeceased by his siblings; Joseph, Pasquale "Patsy", Frankie, Salvadore and Louis Gambrazzio, Mary Nolop, Mary Gambrazzio, Margaret Norkus, Priscilla Leveillee and Lucy Panacy. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews, including his grand niece Samantha Brior-Jones, her husband Kevin Kurbs, and their children Anderson and Inara, with whom he shared his home.

Funeral Prayers will be held in the Farley Funeral Home, 358 Park St., (Rte. 27) Stoughton on Friday, October 11, 2019 at 11 AM. Visiting Hours Thursday from 4-7 PM. Interment will take place at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Stoughton. Donations in John's memory may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, KS 66675-8516.


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry for your loss. John was one of the nicest, kindest man I ever had the honor to know.

Posted by Fern Shalit - Brockton, MA - Friend   October 10, 2019

One of the sweetest guys ever. Rest in peace, Uncle John.

Posted by Kenneth Panacy - Pembroke, MA - Family   October 08, 2019

I met Johnny as a truck driver for Simeone in 1980. I never knew that would be the beginning of a lasting friendship. I enjoyed talking with you about the good old days John. Your days of hard work are over and it's now time to share smiles with Esther again. Thank you for the fond memories and most of all, your friendship. Rest In Peace my friend you will always be in my thoughts. Tell Patsy I said hello.

Posted by Joe Mokrisky - Stoughton, MA - Friend   October 07, 2019

Dear Uncle John in the Army, I miss him already. I was so lucky to be a part of his life these past few years. John loved his family so much, and all of his nieces and nephews loved him in return. I was one of Johns poker buddies. We played every Thursday at Aunt Frans, and had so much fun together. We shared many meals at Frans, of course, and shared lots of family stories. Growing up I had so many Aunts and Uncles, and a couple of Uncle Johns, and this uncle John was in the army when I first met him. I am thinking my dad said to me that this was the Uncle John in the Army. So, to my little ears this became uncle john in the Army. And he has been Uncle John in the Army for the last 66 years of my life. John was a wonderful caring husband. AS much as I will miss John, I know his sister Fran will miss him every day of her life. He was her big brother, and she was his little sister. Every morning John would show up at Frans, bright and early, and they would play games on her computer, and then decided which stores to shop in that day. There are no words to explain the loss all of us will feel with the loss of this wonderful man. Goodbye Uncle John in the Army, I love you so much.

Posted by Susan Fors fors - raynham, MA - Family   October 07, 2019


Family Album