Joseph Stagnitto
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Obituary of Joseph Stagnitto

Loving father, brother and son died unexpectedly on September 26, 2018 at age 26. Predeceased by his brother, Anthony. He is survived by his son, Roman David Stagnitto; parents, Rocco Stagnitto and Michelle Barone; brothers & sisters, Joshua, Nicholas, Sebastian, Sara and  Rocco Stagnitto, Brittney and Santino Barone; many loving relatives and friends. Joe loved the Lord with all of his heart, soul, mind and strength. He held bible studies in the Ontario County Jail. He loved to laugh and have a good time and he was a brilliant musician, talented chef and avid skateboarder. 

Joe’s visitation will be held on Wednesday October 3, 2018 from 4-8 pm at the funeral home, 15 West Ave. Spencerport. His celebration of  life will be on Thursday October 4 at 9 am at the Open Door Baptist Church , 350 Chili-Scottsville Rd. Interment Parma Corners Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please go to Joe’s page at gofundme.com/joe-stagnitto if you wish to donate.

 

Joseph M. Stagnitto life story:

Joe was born to Michelle Barone and Rocco Stagnitto on April 9, 1992 in Rochester, NY and grew up in Chili & Farmington areas. He was from a large family, his sibling’s names are, Joshua, Anthony, Nicholas, Sara, Rocco, Sebastian, Brittney Barone, Santino Barone.  Joe’s favorite hobbies were skateboarding, fishing, exploring, playing guitar, writing music, he loved music and was very inquisitive.

The greatest day of his life was when Brandi Squire and Joe welcomed their son, Roman David into the world. Joe loved visiting Montana and family events and spending time with Hannah Crane. Joe had a very strong personality and was a natural born leader and very charismatic, he also liked cooking and was a talented chef. Joe lived by these priorities of his life “son, brothers, faith, food, family, honor & God.”  His favorite bible verse: Romans 8:38-39 “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”