In memory of
Francis Amoriello
In memory of
Francis Amoriello
Francis “Poochie” Amoriello, 75, of Bradenton Fl. was called home to Heaven on Friday April 23, 2021. He was the son of Alfonso Sarmento and Mary Vileen Amoriello. He is survived by his wife of nearly 30 years; Mary Amoriello. He is also survived by one brother, John “Dickie” Amoriello and two sisters, Edith “Perkle” Amoriello and Evelyn “Evy” Ferguson as well as six children; Aimee Amoriello, Lisa Amoriello, Tony Amoriello, Cody and Kenny Bireley and Angel Amoriello. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren including Hazel Theresa Cecilia who preceded him in death. Francis “Poochie” Amoriello was skilled with working with his hands and was considered a jack of all trades. He was well known in the Chester County Community and owned several businesses from 1980-2003 including bars, a deli, a pizza shop, a laundromat and a smoke shop. In his freetime Poochie enjoyed fishing, cooking, and listening to his favorite music. He was an avid fan of Elvis. He also enjoyed spending time at home with his family and looked forward to calls and visits from his family up north. He will be greatly missed. A Celebration of Life is being held May 22nd at Hibernia Park, Pavillion #6 by his wife and children. All are welcome. Bring your memories and stories.
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In memory of
Francis Amoriello
Francis “Poochie” Amoriello, 75, of Bradenton Fl. was called home to Heaven on Friday April 23, 2021. He was the son of Alfonso Sarmento and Mary Vileen Amoriello. He is survived by his wife of nearly 30 years; Mary Amoriello. He is also survived by one brother, John “Dickie” Amoriello and two sisters, Edith “Perkle” Amoriello and Evelyn “Evy” Ferguson as well as six children; Aimee Amoriello, Lisa Amoriello, Tony Amoriello, Cody and Kenny Bireley and Angel Amoriello. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren including Hazel Theresa Cecilia who preceded him in death. Francis “Poochie” Amoriello was skilled with working with his hands and was considered a jack of all trades. He was well known in the Chester County Community and owned several businesses from 1980-2003 including bars, a deli, a pizza shop, a laundromat and a smoke shop. In his freetime Poochie enjoyed fishing, cooking, and listening to his favorite music. He was an avid fan of Elvis. He also enjoyed spending time at home with his family and looked forward to calls and visits from his family up north. He will be greatly missed. A Celebration of Life is being held May 22nd at Hibernia Park, Pavillion #6 by his wife and children. All are welcome. Bring your memories and stories.
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