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Mario Giordano

Mario Giordano

Tuesday, May 4th, 1926 - Tuesday, November 24th, 2020
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Obituary

Mario Giordano, of Mays Landing, went home to the Lord on November 24, 2020. He was 94 years old. Mario loved the Lord and was thankful for all of his blessings, his family is certain that God was with him during his last days and provided comfort. Mario was born in Palermo, Sicily where he met the love of his life “Vincenza”, they moved to America and raised 6 boys. Mario moved with his family to Mays Landing in 1972, shortly after he opened Cousin Mario’s Pizzeria. Mario was well known in the community as “Pop Mario”, to his family he was Dad and “Nonno”.

During his last years Mario passed his time with family and at Cousin Mario’s talking to customers, giving out bread and playing checkers with the children. He loved his trips to Bagliani’s, growing a garden, watching Family Feud and visiting with his great grandchildren.

Mario was a kind and humble man loved by many. He instilled the importance in faith and family to everyone, especially his grandchildren.

Mario is survived by his sons Charles; John; Michael (Gorgianne); Frank (Frannie); and Joseph (Paula); grandchildren: Eryn, Joseph, Emily, Michael, Mario, Lauren, Gabriella, and Jaqueline; his great grandchildren: Cole, Alexis, Joseph, Leah, Brynn, Lainey, Stella and the 3 more on the way. Mario is preceded in death by his beloved wife Vincenza, and his son Mario Vincent.

A Celebration of Life will be held for Mario in the near future. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Mario’s name to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, his favorite charity.
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Private Condolence

Kim Mauriello

Posted at 05:13pm
To the Giordano Family,
I am so sorry to hear of your dear father's passing. He was a wonderful man and a pillar of the community.
May , he Rest In Peace.

Sincerely,

Kim (Policarpo) and Bob Mauriello


Bob Posey

Posted at 08:21pm
My greatest condolences. He was a great man. I spoke to him often.

Bob Posey

Posted at 08:19pm
My utmost condlisenses. He was a great man. I spoke to him often. Bob Posey

Susan Marie

Posted at 07:18pm
Sending my sincere condolences to the entire Giordano Family. Sending lots of love, thoughts and prayers.

Kind Regards, Susan Valiante
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Sue A Shaffer

Posted at 12:32pm
Everyone who was fortunate enough to meet Mr. Giordano felt his unique, passionate personality. You'd walk away feeling you just met a new family member. Mario welcomed everyone. Sue and I hoped he would visit us at our table and enjoyed his life's stories he shared. There's an empty chair now where once sat a man who inspired everyone he met. God now has the greatest bread maker at his table. God bless you all and stay safe. Sue and Bill Shaffer
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