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Joseph bullano was born on 25 March 1922 in Pennsylvania to his father, Joseph (31) and his mother, Jennie (30). His gender was male and he belonged to the ‘white’ race. His home in the year 1940, when he was 18 years old, was 17 Maitland Street, New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania and

Now, as you scroll down, you will find out complete details of his obituary. So just keep reading and check it out. 


Obituary details of joseph bullano Jr.


Joseph Bullano, better known as Joseph V. (Skinny) Bullano, Jr., 98 years old, formerly of Friendship Street and currently of the Neshannock Township passed away on 4 April 2020, during evening at his own residence.


He was the son of the late Jennie DeLilo Bullano and Joseph V. Bullano Sr. Then on 24 September, in the year 1945, he was married to his beloved wife named Mary H. Mastren. His wife preceded him in death on 5 December, 2011.


Joe had served his country as a member of the United States of America Army as part of the 101st Airborne Division during World War II. he had also worked as an inspector for 20 years at Johnson Bronze. After that, he later worked for the United States Post Office until the time he retired. Not only this, he was also a member of Holy Spirit Parish, St. Vitus Site.


Joe was an active member of the St. Vitus Holy Name Society, where he was also named as the ‘Father of the Year’. He was the member of the VFW Post #315, the Disabled American Veterans and Fraternal Order of Eagles. Joe was an avid golfer and bowler and he was always proud of his hole in single accomplishment.


Joseph bullano is survived by his III and his wife Sandra, his two sons, Joseph Bullano, Robert Bullano and his wife Sue all of New Castle, Dr. Robert A. Bullano [Dr. Susan Bullano], two grandsons, Anthony J.V. Bullano [Courtney Bullano], Kelly, Isaiah, Luca, Kartie, Clara and his five grandsons.


Joe was preceded in death by his 4 brothers, Edward Bullano, Samuel, William and John and an infant great grandson named Dylon I. Bullano in addition to his wife and parents.


A memorial mass will be organised at a later date and it will be in Castle View Memorial Gardens. All the arrangements have been entrusted to the Ed and Don DeCarbo Funeral Home and Crematory, 941 South Mill St. Also, you can visit the ‘Tribute Store’ to plant a tree in the memory of joseph bullano Jr.


Now, if you wonder how does this ‘plant a tree’ thing works?, then here the details of it-


So when your purchase for planting a tree is completed, a post will be made on the tribute wall of the deceased which will signify the planting of a memorial tree. Also, an official certificate that will recognise your purchase will be included with your receipt sent on email. You can then forward this email to the family of the deceased or just print it if you personally want to give it to them. And so as the order is placed, the forestry partners will plant a tree in the area which has the greatest need (mainly near the funeral home), according to the year's planting schedule. 


Due to some seasonal conditions, the planting of trees usually takes place during summer and spring. And this is the complete info on how exactly the tree planting works.