Daniel F. Tetro

July 14, 2010

Daniel F. “Dan” Tetro, 66; died at Crossings Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility, Minoa, NY after a long illness.  He was born in Fulton to the late Angelo and Carrie (DiBello) Tetro.  He was a resident of Fulton for most of his life.  Mr. Tetro received a Batchelor of Arts degree in Communications from the State University of New York at Oswego.  He was a scholar athlete in Football at Santa Barbara City College, CA and the University of Nevada, Reno.  Mr. Tetro owned and operated Cavone’s Pizza Supplies for 18 years and he was a licensed Sales Associate with Century 21 Gallagher Reality, Oswego.    Mr. Tetro enjoyed traveling, and visited most of the United States.  He was an avid hunter and fisherman.  He was pre-deceased by his former wife Susan Rodems.  Mr. Tetro is survived by his brothers Jerry “Carol” Tetro of Seminole, FL., Thomas Tetro of Fulton, Paul “Mary “ Tetro of Fulton, nephews Mark, Brian, Rob, and Jeff Tetro, Adam Looker, niece Kymberly Tetro, and dear friend Paula Dehm of Oswego.  Funeral Services will be held 7:00 PM Friday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with Rev. Moritz Fuchs officiating.  Burial will be held 9:00 AM Saturday at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton.  Calling hours will be conducted 4:00 to 7:00 PM Friday in the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton.

2 thoughts on “Daniel F. Tetro

  1. Will miss you Uncle Dan. The prototypical cool, fun, knowledgeable Uncle… Dan was always a great man to me and Kym. He lived an exciting and fun life – what more can you ask?

    R.I.P.
    Adam

  2. I met Dan when i was a teenager growing up by the Van Buren Street tennis courts. If i didn’t have someone to play with, I would go to the tennis courts, with raquet in hand, and look to see if anyone would ask me to play. Many days Dan would be there playing with a group of men. After he was done playing against them, he would ask me if i would like to play against him. I learned so much about tennis from Dan~and more so~putting others’ needs before your own. I’m sure that he could have found many other things to do after playing in the hot sun for hours, but he always took the time to reach out to this very inexperienced player. I am forever grateful for the many things he taught me about tennis…and life! He was truly a blessing to me~and so many others. My deepest condolences to his family and close friends.
    Lesa Hayden Scott

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