Condolences for Ugo D’Amato

Imperina and Rod Yazzie posted on 3/23/19

My deepest condolences dear cousins. Ugo has held a special place in the family since forever. I remember when he arrived from Italy and how he loved to play his trumpet. Always the quiet steady presence with a surprising wit that would often catch you off guard. Although the time comes to each of us, it is hard to let go. 86 is a good long life but we wish he could have stayed with us longer. I only wish I could have traveled from Arizona to be present for the services. Rod and I send our love to you. We pray that you will be strong enough to endure this time of sorrow and find a way to celebrate his life.


Marcello posted on 3/16/19

Ughino, Ti ho sempre voluto bene!



Silvia D'Amato posted on 3/16/19

Ciao zio Ugo, ti voglio bene.


Pasquale D'Amato posted on 3/16/19

Jesus, we thank you for the gift of such a special man. Careful husband, caring father, affectionate grandfather and loving uncle. Born in Italy and emigrated to the USA in the 60s, he loved us with a big heart without ever sparing himself. Friend of all, always smiling and ready to reach out and help those in need. We will remember him for his smiles and his joy of living, because even if he is no longer among us, he will always remain alive in our hearts. "A tear evaporates, a flower on the grave withers, a prayer for His soul is gathered by God" (cit. Sant 'Agostino). Pasquale, Nicoletta e Silvia D'Amato from Bellona (ITALY).



Grace Bornaccini posted on 3/15/19

I love you Nonno


Rina posted on 3/15/19

My heart is broken. There are no words to describe how much he meant to me. He was devoted to my mother for almost 60 years. He was a kind father who loved me and my sister more than anything. He was a proud Nonno who was over the moon when he saw his "Gracie". An accepting and loving Father-In -Law. Gentle, Quiet, Artist, Stylish, Devoted, Husband, Father, Nonno, Uncle, Brother, Son, My Dad. .