In memory of
Domenick P. Cirulli
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In memory of
Domenick P. Cirulli
Domenick P. Cirulli Port Chester - Domenick P. Cirulli, "Dom" was born in Port Chester, NY on May 9, 1937. He was the beloved son of Pietro and Nicolina Cirulli, the cherished partner of Sylvia Lundberg of Harrison, NY and the dear brother of Ralph B. Cirulli, (deceased) (Marsha). In addition, he was the "Uncle Danny" of Richard, Christopher and Ralph E. Cirulli and Lisa Jelenek (Matt). Dom was also the affectionate great-uncle of Kim and Mary Cirulli, Katherine, Michael, Kristin and Benjamin Cirulli, Lauren Berry (Jeremy and daughter Charlotte) Steven ((Andrea and daughter Lena) and Heather Swirski and Brianna Cirulli. Dom was an intelligent and scholarly person, who received a BA degree in 1961 from Iona College, a Master's Degree from Fordham University in 1964, and another Master's degree in 1970 from New York University. He began his teaching career in September of 1961 at both the Port Chester Middle School and the Port Chester High School. His emphasis was on teaching History, but he also taught basic Italian and worked in School Administration. Dom taught for thirty-one years, retiring in June of 1991. He was a rather strict but fair teacher, who was and continues to be respected, well-liked and remembered by his fellow teachers and students. After a period of time, Dom returned to work on a part-time basis as the Coordinator of Volunteer Services in 2000. He helped many High School students find part-time jobs as translators in the Village Court, workers at Playland in Rye, at fast-food restaurants, etc. He remained at this work until 2017, when he was eighty years old. Another important aspect of Dom's life was his generosity in helping and taking care of others - especially children. He sponsored a number of children in foreign countries over the years, most recently, twelve children through Children International, Save the Children and Operation Smile. He also gave of his time and financial resources to Covenant House in New York City, Salesion Missions, the Parish of St. John Bosco, Catholic Relief Services and many other charitable and worthwhile causes. All in all, Dom's was a long life, well and compassionately lived. Visitation will be at The Tutera Funeral Home, 121 S. Regent St., Port Chester, NY on Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 3pm to 7pm. The funeral Mass will be Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church at 11am, Monday, June 10th.
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Port Chester, NY 10573
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In memory of
Domenick P. Cirulli
Domenick P. Cirulli Port Chester - Domenick P. Cirulli, "Dom" was born in Port Chester, NY on May 9, 1937. He was the beloved son of Pietro and Nicolina Cirulli, the cherished partner of Sylvia Lundberg of Harrison, NY and the dear brother of Ralph B. Cirulli, (deceased) (Marsha). In addition, he was the "Uncle Danny" of Richard, Christopher and Ralph E. Cirulli and Lisa Jelenek (Matt). Dom was also the affectionate great-uncle of Kim and Mary Cirulli, Katherine, Michael, Kristin and Benjamin Cirulli, Lauren Berry (Jeremy and daughter Charlotte) Steven ((Andrea and daughter Lena) and Heather Swirski and Brianna Cirulli. Dom was an intelligent and scholarly person, who received a BA degree in 1961 from Iona College, a Master's Degree from Fordham University in 1964, and another Master's degree in 1970 from New York University. He began his teaching career in September of 1961 at both the Port Chester Middle School and the Port Chester High School. His emphasis was on teaching History, but he also taught basic Italian and worked in School Administration. Dom taught for thirty-one years, retiring in June of 1991. He was a rather strict but fair teacher, who was and continues to be respected, well-liked and remembered by his fellow teachers and students. After a period of time, Dom returned to work on a part-time basis as the Coordinator of Volunteer Services in 2000. He helped many High School students find part-time jobs as translators in the Village Court, workers at Playland in Rye, at fast-food restaurants, etc. He remained at this work until 2017, when he was eighty years old. Another important aspect of Dom's life was his generosity in helping and taking care of others - especially children. He sponsored a number of children in foreign countries over the years, most recently, twelve children through Children International, Save the Children and Operation Smile. He also gave of his time and financial resources to Covenant House in New York City, Salesion Missions, the Parish of St. John Bosco, Catholic Relief Services and many other charitable and worthwhile causes. All in all, Dom's was a long life, well and compassionately lived. Visitation will be at The Tutera Funeral Home, 121 S. Regent St., Port Chester, NY on Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 3pm to 7pm. The funeral Mass will be Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church at 11am, Monday, June 10th.
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121 S Regent St
Port Chester, NY 10573
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