Born: June 26, 1915
Died: January 3, 2001
Married: Ruth Harris (died February 5, 1961); Stella Pebbler Farmer (died September 8, 1993)
Children: Tia DeNicolo-Hamm, Lenore DeNicolo-Sorensen, Sharon Farmer-Santerre, Richard DeNicolo, James Farmer, Walter Farmer, Joseph Paul DeNicolo.
Joseph DeNicolo was a World War II Veteran; he was employed as a bookkeeper by Branch and Callanan for many years, and operated an antique store in Saranac Lake. A longtime resident of the Saranac Lake area, Mr. DeNicolo was employed as a bookkeeper by Branch and Callanan for many years until the mid-1960s. He and his wife Stella operated their own antique business. One of his joys was exhibiting in the annual Adirondack Antique Show and Sale, in which he participated from its inception until the mid 1980s. The family lived at 28 Bloomingdale Avenue in Saranac Lake. He also enjoyed cooking, with his daughters, antiques, auctions, music and being with his grandchildren.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, January 6, 2001
IOWA CITY. Iowa - Joseph DeNicolo, 85, of Bloomingdale, died on Wednesday, Jan. 3, at the University of Iowa Hospital, in Iowa City, Iowa.
Born June 26, 1915, in Inwood, on Long Island, he was a son of Dominick and Pasquelina DeNicolo.
Mr. DeNicolo was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army.
A longtime resident of the Bloomingdale area, Mr. DeNicolo was employed as a bookkeeper by Branch and Callanan for many years until the mid-1960s. He and his wife Stella operated their own antique business. One of his joys was exhibiting in the annual Adirondack Antique Show and Sale, in which he participated from its inception until the mid 1980s. He also enjoyed cooking, music and being with his grandchildren.
Mr. DeNicolo married Ruth Harris on Nov. 19, 1940. She died Feb. 5, 1961. On Oct. 4, 1963, he married Stella Pebbler Farmer. She died Sept. 8, 1993. He was also predeceased by his son, Richard DeNicolo, on Feb. 5. 1998; one brother, Carmen DeNicolo; and three sisters, Rhoda Aschettino and Mary and Minnie DeNicolo.
Survivors include two brothers, Vincent and Dominick DeNicolo, both of Long Island; two sisters, Mary DeNicolo, of Long Island, and Gloria Zahn, of Vista, Calif.; a son, Joseph DeNicolo, of Missoula, Mont.; two daughters, Lenore Sorensen, of Saranac Lake, and Tia Hamm, of Wayland, Iowa; two stepsons, James Farmer, of New Smyrna, Fla., and Walter Farmer, of Bloomingdale; one stepdaughter, Sharon Santerre, of Vermontville; several nieces and nephews, 13 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and six step-grandchildren.
Friends may call on Tuesday, Jan. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home, in Saranac Lake. A funeral service will follow at 8 p.m. at the funeral home, with the Rev. William Neil, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in St. Paul's Cemetery, Bloomingdale, in May.
Friends wishing to remember Mr DeNicolo may make contributions to the Adirondack Medical Center Renal Dialysis Unit in care of the funeral home.
For Further Information you may contact Tia DeNicolo at : [email protected]