Lawrence DelBrocco

October 3,2012

Lawrence DelBrocco, 65, of Oswego died Wednesday October 3, in St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse. He was born in Fulton the son of the late Lawrence and Antoinette (Pascucci) DelBrocco. Mr. DelBrocco was the instructor at the training center for the Laborer’s Local #214. He was affiliated with the Oswego Little League where he was a Little League coach from 1985 until 1992, he was president of the Hot Stove, from 1985 until1992, and president of the Oswego Men’s Bowling Association, and he was an ASA Softball umpire. He was inducted into the Softball and Bowling Halls of Fame. Mr. DelBrocco coached St. Paul’s Leprechaun League. He was the supervisor for City Youth Basketball and was a referee for City Basketball for many years. Mr. DelBrocco is survived by his wife of 43 years Mary Kay DelBrocco of Oswego children Lawrence “Jody” DelBrocco of Oswego, Debra (Chad) Carson of Oswego, grandchildren Zachary and Sara DelBrocco, and Brady, Eric, and Chloe Carson. Funeral services will be conducted Monday 8:30 from the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, Oswego, and 9:00 a.m. in St. Joseph Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Gregory Kreinheder. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery. Calling hours will be Sunday 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the funeral home, 147 W. 4th. St. Oswego


9 thoughts on “Lawrence DelBrocco

  1. To the Family,

    I was so sorry to hear about Larry. I appreciate the joy that I have in knowing him and his family. He always brought a smile to my face, and laughter. He was kind and giving to his family and community. Larry will hold a special place in the hearts of everyone that knew him. My prayers for your family.

  2. Jody, Debbie and Family:

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time. I was so sorry to see the loss of your dad. Had some great memories of him during little league basketball and of course during CYO basketball. He surely will be missed, but he raised two great kids I do know that. You will all be in my thoughts and if you need anything, please let me know. Rest in peace Mr. D, you were one of the good guys for sure.

  3. Our prayers and thoughts are with your family at this time. Larry was a great guy and a friend to all he met. He will be surely missed.

  4. Jody and Family,
    I am very sorry for your loss. Larry was a great person, a great father and a great friend to my father and mother. I have very fond Leprechaun League basketball memories associated with Larry and Jody. I’ll always remember the smile on Larry’s face and his great personality. Larry made great contributions to the City of Oswego sports and his community. He touched many people’s lives and will always be remembered. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless.

  5. I was so sorry to hear about Coach DelBrocco. He coached my son’s all-star team one summer and made a lasting impression on him. After each game, whether they won or lost, Coach D always said something positive to my son, even when he didn’t have a good game. I remember my son telling me how much he liked him and that he “made him laugh”. He made a lasting impression on my son which meant more than you can know. His humor, encouraging and inspiring words in the dug out transcended the ball field. I will forever remember him jokinly calling out to my son, “hey Hollywood, gonna hit that ball?” “Come on Hollywood!”, it was Coach DelBrocco’s humor that uplifted a lot of the kids in that dugout, I know he did with my son. God Bless him and your family.

  6. Larry was very special to me. I have prayed for him for many years and will continue to do so. He enriched my life simply by my association with him during the seventies & eighties in Phoenix, NY.

  7. Omg i am so so sorry. Mine and Larry’s parents were very good friends as our fathers were in the army together and every year we would make a trip to spend a weekend with Larry Sr
    And Ann also their grandmother who lived eith them. I never expected to read this as i started thinking about him last nite and wanted to get in touch. My name is Comnie Mongelli my married name is LoBello. My fathers name is Tony and my mothrr was Elsie. Larry and i had a great time together as children
    Im so sorry
    Connie LoBello

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