In memory of
Vincent "Jim" Esposito
In memory of
Vincent "Jim" Esposito
Vincent Esposito (Jim), of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn on May 25, 2020, at the Hamilton Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Brooklyn, NY, of natural causes. Devoted husband to Rose (who passed in March at Hamilton Park) for 71 years. Proud father of Rosanne, Vincent (d. 1955), Lillian and James. Treasured father-in-law of Louis and Bea. Beloved grandfather to Jonathan, Michael, Courtney, Steven, Paul, Connor and James. Caring grandfather-in-law to Jeremiah, Dainee and Taylor, and loving great-grandfather of Sophia, Thomas, Benjamin and Emery. Jim turned 97 on April 28, 2020 and was a veteran of World War II. He was stationed in Hawaii and was always so proud that he attained the rank of Sergeant despite only an eighth grade education. The son of immigrants, he and his two brothers lost their mother at a very early age and were raised by their father, who spoke little English. Jim worked on shipping docks his entire life and always preferred simple pleasures, especially having his family around him. He loved to cook and never let anyone leave his house without pizza and candy. An avid reader, he never ceased to surprise his children with his wide ranging tastes. Under different circumstances, Jim would have been surrounded by his family after Rose's death, who are broken-hearted that they could not be with him these past two months and must wait to honor his and Rose's memory and celebrate their lives at a joint service to be planned and announced for a future time. May scores of angels carry him to be reunited in peace with his Rosie and their baby son, Vincent.
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In memory of
Vincent "Jim" Esposito
Vincent Esposito (Jim), of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn on May 25, 2020, at the Hamilton Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Brooklyn, NY, of natural causes. Devoted husband to Rose (who passed in March at Hamilton Park) for 71 years. Proud father of Rosanne, Vincent (d. 1955), Lillian and James. Treasured father-in-law of Louis and Bea. Beloved grandfather to Jonathan, Michael, Courtney, Steven, Paul, Connor and James. Caring grandfather-in-law to Jeremiah, Dainee and Taylor, and loving great-grandfather of Sophia, Thomas, Benjamin and Emery. Jim turned 97 on April 28, 2020 and was a veteran of World War II. He was stationed in Hawaii and was always so proud that he attained the rank of Sergeant despite only an eighth grade education. The son of immigrants, he and his two brothers lost their mother at a very early age and were raised by their father, who spoke little English. Jim worked on shipping docks his entire life and always preferred simple pleasures, especially having his family around him. He loved to cook and never let anyone leave his house without pizza and candy. An avid reader, he never ceased to surprise his children with his wide ranging tastes. Under different circumstances, Jim would have been surrounded by his family after Rose's death, who are broken-hearted that they could not be with him these past two months and must wait to honor his and Rose's memory and celebrate their lives at a joint service to be planned and announced for a future time. May scores of angels carry him to be reunited in peace with his Rosie and their baby son, Vincent.
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