Kenneth J. Crisafulli

June 24, 2013

Kenneth J. CrisafulliKenneth J. Crisafulli, 65, of Oswego died Monday peacefully at his home surrounded by his family. Ken was born in Oswego the son of the late Catino Crisafulli and Laura (Murray) Eicholzer. Ken was a cook at the Oswego County Public Safety Building from July 1989 until 2013, in addition he cooked for several local restaurants including the Colonial House. He served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, and was the former local, state, and national commander for the Italian American War Veterans. He was the current commander of the Charles Crisafulli Post #15. He enjoyed watching the Yankee’s, Nascar and Syracuse University Sports. Ken is survived by his devoted and loving family, his wife Danielle Crisafulli, children Scott DeStevens, Katrina Crisafulli,  Danika Crisafulli , his siblings Anne (Charles) Demm, Geralyn (Gerard) Roy, Tina (Keith) Peterson, and Michael (Stephanie) Pasco, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Friday 9:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Church. Burial will be private in St. Paul’s Cemetery. Calling will be Thursday from 4:00 -7:00 at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 W. 4th. St. Oswego.

2 thoughts on “Kenneth J. Crisafulli

  1. To Kenny’s Family,
    I am so very sorry to learn of Ken’s passing. He was always a good friend to me and it was an honor and pleasure to go through school and grow up in the company of this good and just man. Please know Kenneth and all who knew and loved him will be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.
    Sincerely, Peter

  2. To Kenny’s Family,
    Kenny and I grew up together in the 2nd Ward, attended School #2, Fitzhugh Park Junior High and graduated from the “old” High School on West First Street in 1965 . It all seems like it all was just yesterday, but sadly sixty-five years have slipped by and now my long-time friend is continuing on without me. I’m going to miss not having breakfast with him when I make my rare visits to Oswego . I’m sure that Danielle and Annie and the rest of his extended family will miss him even more. You have my sincere condolences.
    Ken Stacy

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