In memory of
Carmen Delpriore
In memory of
Carmen Delpriore
Carmen A. Delpriore, 92 WWII Navy Seabees veteran Carmen A. Delpriore of Sun Lakes, Arizona, formerly of Staten Island, passed away on June 20, 2020, due to complications from COVID-19. He was 92. Carmen was born on Staten Island, NY, in 1927, the oldest of the three children to Antonio and Sadie (D'Orio) Delpriore. He enlisted in the Navy in 1945, where he served in the Navy Seabees in the Pacific in Guam and Saipan. After his time in the Navy, Carmen became a New York City firefighter, and also pursued a degree in restaurant management from the CCNY. He retired from the FDNY, and built several homes on Staten Island. Carmen had a love of warm weather and moved to Arizona in the mid-1970s. He opened a successful Machine Shop in the Phoenix area, which provided parts to many vendors. Carmen had a love of life that shone through in love for his family, and good Italian food. He was deeply Patriotic and loved his country. Most importantly, he had a love of God and his church, and while he was able, attended Catholic Mass daily. Carmen was survived by his wife of 34 years, Alma, of Sun Lakes, Arizona, until she passed away from COVID-19, four days after him. Carmen is survived by his sister, Elizabeth and her husband Andrew, formerly of Staten Island, now of Central Point, Oregon. He was predeceased in 2017 by his sister Josephine, late of Brick, NJ. Carmen is also survived by his nephew and Godson Anthony, of Medford, OR, and his wife Julie, and his nephew Phillip and his wife Debra, of Billerica, MA, as well as by nine grandnieces and grandnephews. Carmen is further survived by his Godson John Manna, of Staten Island. Carmen is also survived by three step-children, son Kenny Knowles of Lincoln, NE; daughter, Angela Miller and her children April Knight and Jason Knight of Phoenix, AZ; and son Lance Knowles and his wife Alma Knowles of Yuma, AZ and their two children Erin Knowles-Corona of Yuma, AZ and Geoffrey Joel Knowles of San Luis, Mexico. Interment will be at the National Memorial Cemetery in Phoenix, Arizona.
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In memory of
Carmen Delpriore
Carmen A. Delpriore, 92 WWII Navy Seabees veteran Carmen A. Delpriore of Sun Lakes, Arizona, formerly of Staten Island, passed away on June 20, 2020, due to complications from COVID-19. He was 92. Carmen was born on Staten Island, NY, in 1927, the oldest of the three children to Antonio and Sadie (D'Orio) Delpriore. He enlisted in the Navy in 1945, where he served in the Navy Seabees in the Pacific in Guam and Saipan. After his time in the Navy, Carmen became a New York City firefighter, and also pursued a degree in restaurant management from the CCNY. He retired from the FDNY, and built several homes on Staten Island. Carmen had a love of warm weather and moved to Arizona in the mid-1970s. He opened a successful Machine Shop in the Phoenix area, which provided parts to many vendors. Carmen had a love of life that shone through in love for his family, and good Italian food. He was deeply Patriotic and loved his country. Most importantly, he had a love of God and his church, and while he was able, attended Catholic Mass daily. Carmen was survived by his wife of 34 years, Alma, of Sun Lakes, Arizona, until she passed away from COVID-19, four days after him. Carmen is survived by his sister, Elizabeth and her husband Andrew, formerly of Staten Island, now of Central Point, Oregon. He was predeceased in 2017 by his sister Josephine, late of Brick, NJ. Carmen is also survived by his nephew and Godson Anthony, of Medford, OR, and his wife Julie, and his nephew Phillip and his wife Debra, of Billerica, MA, as well as by nine grandnieces and grandnephews. Carmen is further survived by his Godson John Manna, of Staten Island. Carmen is also survived by three step-children, son Kenny Knowles of Lincoln, NE; daughter, Angela Miller and her children April Knight and Jason Knight of Phoenix, AZ; and son Lance Knowles and his wife Alma Knowles of Yuma, AZ and their two children Erin Knowles-Corona of Yuma, AZ and Geoffrey Joel Knowles of San Luis, Mexico. Interment will be at the National Memorial Cemetery in Phoenix, Arizona.
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