Leo P. Pappalardo

June 17, 2014
Leo P. PappalardoLeo P. Pappalardo, 73, of Fulton, passed away on June 17, 2014, at Upstate University Medical Center surrounded by his loving family, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Born in Fulton he was the son of the late Phil and Angelina (Curcuruto) Pappalardo.
Leo was employed by Triline Automation Corporation. He was an active member of his parish church. Leo loved cooking, singing, fishing, and spending time with his family. His kindness and spirit left a lasting impression on all who met him.
Leo leaves behind his beloved wife of 53 years, Wanda (Cooper) Pappalardo and four daughters:  Beth Pappalardo-Mitchell (David) of Whitesboro, NY; Cheryl (Steven) Sovare of Webster, NY; Angela Pappalardo (Ted Sherman) of Buffalo, NY and Deanna Pappalardo of Fulton, NY.
Known to his four grandchildren as “Nano,” he will be deeply missed by Leo, Ian, Audrey and Nina.   He is survived by his sister Rosa (Richard) Kemmis, brother Salvatore (Rosalie) Pappalardo, all of Fulton, and sister JoAnn Natoli of Minetto.
Calling hours will be from 4 to 7pm on Friday, June 20th at Sugar Funeral Home, 224 West 2nd Street South, Fulton, New York.
Funeral services are 11am Saturday, June 21, 2014 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 2912 NY Rt 48, Minetto, NY. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton.
In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions to the Golisano Children’s Hospital, Syracuse or the Catholic Charities Food Pantry of Oswego County.

3 thoughts on “Leo P. Pappalardo

  1. Our deepest sympathy to all the Pappalardo and Natoli families. We always enjoyed spending time with Leo, a true gentleman and family man.

    Hank & Kathy Kolek

  2. Kathleen (Verdi) & Joseph Santillo, Jr on June 20, 2014 at 5:54 am said:
    Dear Wanda and Family:

    So sorry to hear of Leo’s passing. May he rest in peace.

    May you all find solace in that he is no longer suffering and that he is reunited with God and loved ones.

    In Deepest Sympathy,
    Kathy

  3. I just heard the news of Mr. P’s passing. I have a very heavy heart right now. He was a wonderful man. I have many wonderful memories of Mr. and Mrs. P, their youth group which played a major role in my life. I just saw him before Christmas and talked to him in Price Chopper for almost an hour. He will be missed my many. My thoughts and prayers to the entire family. Fly high!

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