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 LoSapio, Raymond
Born: 09/22/1937
Died: 12/04/2016
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LoSapio, Raymond

           LoSapio, Raymond age 79 of Madison, NJ died Sunday December 4, 2016 at the Morristown Medical Center following a long illness. Born and raised in Madison, he was a lifelong resident of his childhood home in Madison.

            Son of the late Sandello and Maria (Amato) LoSapio, Raymond had worked many years in the Building and Laborer’s Union as well as a Paver with his families business LoSapio Paving New Providence, NJ. A founding and longtime active member of the North Star Italian Club Madison, NJ, he was avid Yankee and Ranger fan. Raymond was also a fan of Joe DiMaggio, Rocky Marciano and Buddy Holly. He enjoyed quality time with his family especially Sunday Italian dinners. An avid gardener he grew the best tomatoes from his large garden every year.

            A parishioner of the St. Vincent’s Roman Catholic Church Madison, NJ, Raymond was pre deceased by his brothers James (Jiggs), Amos, Mikey, Peter and Sandello (Baby), as well as his sisters Louise, Theresa (Tessie), and Lucy. Survivors include his nieces Donna and her husband Peter Hastings of Mendham and Shelly and her husband Mike Barton of Newton, NJ. Also survived by his great nephews Ryan, Kyle, Tyler and Kelly Hastings and his great nieces Chloe and Lucy Barton.

             Funeral services will be Thursday December 8, 2016 at 11:30 AM in the Smith-Taylor-Ruggiero Funeral Home # 1 Baker Ave. (Rt. 46) Dover, NJ. Interment will follow in the St. Vincent RC Cemetery Madison, NJ. Visitation will be in the funeral home Thursday from 10 to 11:30 AM.  

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Rest well old buddy Chazz
Chazz Palma
My Uncle Raymond is also survived by myself, Steven LoSapio and my son Cody LoSapio of Alexandria NJ. I have many fond memories of my Uncle. He was a devoted brother towards my father Amos, Mikey, and Baby who inherited Huntington's Disease. Additionally He saw fit to tend to their graves after their death. He chose to never marry or have children of his own but he was always the favorite uncle between my brothers brothers Andy, Anthony and I. He will be missed. Love, Steve LoSapio & family
Steve LoSapio
Rest in peace my friend.
carmen Pico
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