Angelo Difranco (October 14, 1938 - February 08, 2022)

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Angelo Difranco
  • October 14, 1938
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  • February 08, 2022

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Angelo DiFranco
OCTOBER 14, 1938– FEBRUARY 08, 2022

Angelo 83, of Port Orange was a huge Elvis fan through and through. He was born in Waterbury, CT on October 14,1938. After his long battle with COPD, he passed away at home peacefully on February 08, 2022.
He was a son of the late Angelo and Mary DiFranco.
He enlisted in the United States Army in 1958 and always made sure to say it was same year as Elvis enlisted! Angelo was called back home to care for his mother and wasn’t able to fulfill a full Army enlistment due to the importance of his family being first. In return Angelo lived out his dream of being a businessman, and ran his own storage company for 25 years in Edgewater, Fl. Angelo did indeed love life, friends, family, Italian food, local beaches, travel, and Disney World. He was always up for the crime television shows!
He was a beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend. He is preceded in death by both of his parents and his significant other, Cheryl Barr. He is survived by his daughter, Deborah (Arthur) Bonardi, their children; David and Robert, and one great grandchild; all of Connecticut. His special friends, Holli and Jason Tovet, of Altoona, FL; Alicia Howarth, of Port Orange, FL.
The viewing will be held at Baldwin Brothers Funeral home located at 620 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Wednesday, 16 Feb 2022 from 3pm to 5pm. The funeral will be held at The Catholic Church of Epiphany located at 201 Lafayette St, Port Orange, FL 32127 on Thursday 17 Feb 2022. Funeral Mass will begin at 11am.
Angelo expressed appreciation to the caregivers for their care and support he received over the years in and out of his home. Never will their love ever be forgotten.


The Catholic Church of The Epiphany

Date & Time:
February 17, 2022 at 11:00 AM

Woodland Cemetery
Port Orange, Port Orange,


February 16, 2022
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home

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  1. Ann Difranco Apatow sister, John Difranco brother says:
    14 Feb 2022
    Anna DiFranco Apatow sister
    John DiFranco brother

    "We had many happy memories together from our younger years growing up.
    When conflicts happened and we grew further apart, we all still loved you and wanted to be part of your life, but you wouldn't let this happen.
    May your soul and all the souls of the faithful departed Rest In Peace. Amen

  2. Netty says:
    13 Feb 2022
    Dear sweet Angelo you will be missed! We spent a lot of time together watching the waves, laughing, cooking ( you taught me), talking about life and love and just being friends. Your truly loved and I will see you in my next life ❤️

  3. Netty lit a candle:
    13 Feb 2022
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  4. Martha Leyshon lit a candle:
    12 Feb 2022
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  5. Peter Apatow (son of Angelo’s sister Anna) says:
    12 Feb 2022
    With loving condolences to my uncle Angelo.

    With many loving thoughts of our good times during my childhood. I also remember his first and second wives, both named Brenda, his other children, Mark and Angela, his living sister, Anna, his living brothers John and Mike, and their families.

    I hope all loved ones find peace during this time.

  6. Lorrie difranco says:
    11 Feb 2022
    Sending condolences to my Uncle Angelo from his niece Lorrie DiFranco. Daughter of his living brother.
    Many memories on all our family gatherings on the beach in Milford.

  7. Brandy Weeks lit a candle:
    11 Feb 2022
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  8. Alicia Howarth lit a candle:
    11 Feb 2022
    Lit since February 11, 2022 at 2:03:29 PM

  9. Alicia Howarth says:
    11 Feb 2022
    Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed, and very dear.

    I know you are still around me I saw the signs today. I will never forget you my sweet Angelo.

    Your at peace now and I hope having fun with your mom.

    I’ll see you in the next life

    Love always,

    Alicia & Family

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