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Samuel R. Scotellaro Sr.
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Mr. Samuel R. "Sam" Scotellaro Sr, 87, entered into the Hands of the Lord on Friday, January 31, 2020, after a long illness, at the Masonic Care Community.

He is survived by beloved wife, Carmelita (Suppa) Scotellaro; his two sons and their families, Sam Scotellaro Jr. (Vallerie) and James Scotellaro (Kelly); and also many in-laws, nieces and nephews in the Scotellaro and Suppa families

He was predeceased by his son, Stephen Scotellaro, four sisters and five brothers.

In keeping with Sam's wishes there will be no public services. His family will honor him at a private time and he will be laid to rest in the family plot in Calvary Cemetery.

The family would like to offer their heartfelt thanks to the Masonic Care Community, especially the Manhattan Unit for the excellent care and compassion shown to Sam during his stay there.
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Mrs. Scotellaro, Sam, James and family, I'm sorry to hear of your loss. Mr. Soctellaro was an amazing man, an absolute gem of a husband and father. I have a lot of great memories of my teen years at your house on Lansing St. and I'm happy to have known Mr. Scotellaro. I'll keep you all in my prayers including him. May he RIP.

Written by Bobby Ollerenshaw
2020-02-01 1:08:01 AM

To the Scotellaro Family, my depressed sympathy on the passing of Sam. I remember everyone from Lansing St and my mom (CatherineLaBella-Paciello) was Sam’s cousin. May he Rest In Peace.

Written by Marycathy Paciello
2020-02-02 10:36:28 PM

I have know Sam & Carm Scotellaro my entire life. Their home was my second home. Their home was a kind home, a safe place, void of any kind of judgment or malice. Never a word muttered against another, never a moment where I felt pressured to leave and never an uncomfortable moment where I felt unwelcome. Sam was a beautiful gentle man who stayed this way all the way until his end. I will miss him and always remember fondly the years that I spent at 741 Lansing St. with the Scotellaro and Suppa families. Rest in peace Sam.

Written by John Piazza Jr
2020-02-02 5:03:14 PM

My deepest sympathy to the entire Scotellaro family, you are in my prayers and thoughts at this difficult time. With Condolences Donna

Written by Donna Magaro
2020-02-02 5:28:05 PM