Joseph Grammatico

Joseph Grammatico

Saturday, June 29th, 1957 - Monday, March 1st, 2021
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Joseph Grammatico
March 1, 2021
Joseph Grammatico, 63, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 1st, 2021. Joseph was a native and lifelong resident of Syracuse. He was an avid fan of the Syracuse Orangemen and the New York Giants. Joseph had worked at Chrysler and then Magna for over 36 years, including some time training workers in Mexico. He loved golfing, bowling, and spending time with his daughter, Jeanelle. Jeanelle was the light of his life. For many years, Joseph owned a race car, loved racing and maintain his car with his friends at Trick Automotive. Joseph was predeceased by his father, Rosaire in 2015 and his brother, Santino in 2019. Survivors include his wife of 33 years, Jeannette, his daughter Jeanelle; stepsons, Vito, Christopher (Kim), and Kevin; his mother, Lucie, his sisters, Marie and Nancy; brother, John; several nieces and grandchildren. Joseph was laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetery.
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    Woodlawn Cemetery
    800 Grant Blvd.
    SYRACUSE, NY 13203
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Carolina Ontiveros

Posted at 09:33am
Dear Grammatico family...My name is Carolina Ontiveros, I was friends of Big Joe, as we used to call him Mexico, we've been friends ever since we had the opportunity of working together.

I just went through a very difficult personal loss and we were in touch almost every week, he made me laugh of my own mistakes by making jokes all the time...his specialty =) He talked about you Jeanelle....all the time, he loved you so much. He said when lockdown came to and end we would meet again and let me cook for you and your family, since it was something we all in Magna used to share on weekends. Im so sorry for your loss...he was a great great friend and his advices will remain in my heart forever... Please don't hesitate on contacting me.
Instagram: caro_ontiverospena
Mobile: +52 55 17873256

edward swiderski jr

Posted at 11:10am
worked with Joe for years . Good guy , way to young . my condolences .

Phil Boyle

Posted at 12:38pm
Dear Grammatico Family - Joe worked for me at the McDonalds store in Shop City when he was in high school. I remember him as a very hard worker and someone who could make you laugh during a busy time. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you all.

Jim Dydyk Posted at 08:34am

To Joe's family...I worked with Joe for 31 years and he was a great guy. Worked hard and we had many laughs during our time at the shop. We took our sons to New Jersey for a weekend at an amusement park when they were about 8 years old I think. It was a fun weekend. Being a good hearted guy, he never got too mad at me calling him "Mr. French".. I'm sure he will be missed by everyone. I am really sorry for the families loss.

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