George Gianquitti Obituary (2022) – Syracuse, NY

George Gianquitti April 15, 2022 George Gianquitti, 82, peacefully slipped from the bonds of this world to the eternal kingdom surrounded by loved ones on April 15, 2022. George was a lifelong resident of Syracuse, graduating from North High School and attending Syracuse University. His working career centered on the service and betterment of others – from providing systems for improved water quality for agriculture & daily living, to enhanced interior climate control to recycling efforts through his redemption center. Not one to sit idle, George secured employment after retirement at Liverpool Pool & Spa – remaining as a reliable and encouraging team member until early 2020. George was preceded into heaven by his mother, Carmella (Ianunzzi) and his sister, Maryanne (Smith). He was a devoted husband to his wife of nearly 58 years, Catherine (Barilla), beacon of guidance & support to his son Mark of New Orleans; daughter, Suzanne (David) Kick of Marcellus; loving brother to his sister, Lorraine (Andy) Pompo. George was also a proud Papa to Kaylee, Kyra and CC Kick and a loving and supportive uncle, cousin & in-law to 3 generations of a large extended family and a vast array of friends & colleagues. Hardly a day went by in George’s life that he did not affect someone for the better. Whether it was a shoulder to cry on, a confidant, assisting in guiding one to pursuing a path to success or levity to relax or lighten a mood. Those he touched will spread his love, insight, and compassion for generations to come. As the angels lifted you to the New Jerusalem – we believe God greeted you stating, “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.” Heaven’s gain is our loss. Family and friends may call on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, from 4:00 – 6:30 pm, immediately followed by a Funeral Service in celebration of George’s life at 6:30 pm at the THOMAS J. PIRRO JR. FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Vickery Rd. (corner of Buckley Rd.) North Syracuse, NY. WORDS OF COMFORT MAY BE EXPRESSED AT TJPFUNERALHOME.COM

Published by Syracuse Post Standard from Apr. 18 to Apr. 19, 2022.

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