Angelo Ferrandino

Angelo Ferrandino
April 6, 1964 – March 24, 2020

Angelo Ferrandino, 55, Brewster, New York joined his Heavenly Father on March 24, 2020. He was born in New Rochelle, New York on April 6, 1964 to the late Luigi Ferrandino and late Grazia (Scorziello) Ferrandino. Angelo attended New Rochelle High School and pursued a career in stone masonry thereafter. Angelo was considered a master of his craft, building beautiful stone structures throughout the Tri-State area.

Angelo had several passions including enjoying cigars, big barbecues and boxing. He was a former heavyweight boxer at Don Bosco Boxing Club in Port Chester, New York. Angelo took pride in his Italian heritage and became a long standing member of the Putnam County Italian American Social Club in Brewster, New York. Faith was an important part of Angelo’s life and he’d attend mass with his wife and children at St. Joseph’s Church in Somers, New York.

Angelo’s personality was larger than life and he could light up a room with his presence. His love for singing would shine through whenever he would hear an Elvis Presley or Frank Sinatra song.

He is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Linda (Furlan) Ferrandino; children, Nicholas Ferrandino, Joseph Ferrandino, Christina Ferrandino and Anthony Ferrandino;
Also surviving, his siblings and their spouses, brother Louie Ferrandino, sister Maria & husband Pete Agovino, sister Rosanne Ferrandino, sister Grace & husband John DeMassa and brother David & wife Lisa Ferrandino; and several loving nieces and nephews. Angelo will also be missed dearly by his extended family members, friends and neighbors with whom he adored.

We will always carry his memory in our hearts and cherish the time we had with him.

‘In light of the recent worldwide occurrences dealing with the outbreak of COVID-19, Angelo’s Family & Friends will gather for a Celebration of Life at a later date and time’.

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