David P. Grosso

Born: Mon., Apr. 25, 1949
Died: Wed., Jan. 24, 2018


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Mon., Jan. 29, 2018
Location: Gang Memorial Chapel


Prayer Service

7:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Mon., Jan. 29, 2018


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David P. Grosso

January 24, 2018

David Paul Grosso, 68, of Syracuse passed away Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. He was a life resident of Syracuse. David was a graduate of Henninger High School. He was employed with the Xerox Company for many years and then  retired from Wegman's. He was a communicant of Holy Trinity Church. David was a longtime care giver to his mother Agnes and brother Paul. He was predeceased by his father Paul in 1974.  

He is survived by his mother Agnes Grosso, a brother Paul (Bud),  a sister Patricia Fasulo, two nephews Jonathan (Yana) Fasulo, Nathan (Jennifer) Fasulo, five great grandnieces and grandnephews.

Calling hours 4-7 pm  Monday at with a Prayer service to follow at 7PM at Gang Memorial Chapel 104 Fordham Rd. at Teall Ave.  Entombment in the Family Mausoleum in Assumption Cemetery.

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Joyce Wheeler
   Posted Sun January 28, 2018
I was so sorry to see that David has passed away. I knew him quite a few years ago when I worked at Syracuse Savings Bank in Eastwood. He use to come in often and sometimes with his Mom too. Back then we new our customers well and often conversed with them. He was a really nice guy. My sympathy to his family.

Sheila Graudons
   Posted Mon January 29, 2018
It was quite a shock to see Dave's obituary in the Sunday newspaper. We worked together at Xerox and he was always a kind, considerate, thoughtful man. He will be missed. RIP, Dave.

Rick Cooper
   Posted Mon January 29, 2018
I worked with Dave for over 15 years even though I worked in Albany and he in Syracuse as we talked to each other daily as part of the job. We did go to some SU games and did some other traveling as well and he was always easy going and pretty knowledgeable about old rock and roll songs as well as sports. A real good worker and he loved his cars of course (the Corvette and the Cadillac) I hope Dave's family is comforted by the memories of the good times, I know I will remember him fondly.

Rick Cooper
West Lebanon, NY

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