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In loving memory of
Melvyn Gianotti
  • February 11, 1937
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  • July 15, 2020

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Melvyn R. Gianotti, 83, of Clermont, Florida passed away on July 15, 2020. He was born on February 11, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York.  For his career, Melvyn was a Printer for Newsday. He was married to Minnie Badamo and had five children Gary (Denise) Gianotti, Theresa (Richard) Boothe, Richard Gianotti, John (companion Manny) Gianotti, and Joseph (Annette) Gianotti. He was married to Gail Bartlett for over 30 years. Melvyn’s Hobbies included Shuffleboard, Tennis, Paddle Ball, and Traveling. He will be remembered as a family man who always showed care and concern for his children’s well-being and for his enthusiasm for life. Melvyn is survived by his loving companion Marci Shankman; 4 children; 3 stepchildren Michael (Dotty) Bartlett, Kevin Bartlett, Jeannie Bartlett; 6 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; sister Nancy (Joe) Salvagna; and Brother Robert (Dale) Gianotti.


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  1. 28 Jul 2020
    Brian Cirillo says:
    I will always remember my uncle for being a kind, loving and easy going person. His love of movies, sports and the stock market made indelible marks on my life which I am forever grateful for. He taught me to play paddle board and he was the first person I knew to run a half marathon. I was fortunate to have him live close to me for the last seven years of his life and share many more memories. You be missed forever and may you rest in peace.

  2. 23 Jul 2020
    Nancy Salvagna says:
    I will miss my big brother Mel forever-he was not only my brother but one of my best friends! I was lucky to be a big part of his life for at least the last 20 years. We took many trips together with Gail his late wife & were happy when he moved near us in Summit Greens. We enjoyed so many family gatherings together with my boys & their families for Christmas, birthdays, etc.
    We were happy to be able to help him when his health started failing and will be eternally thankful to Marci his companion for her love and devotion & caring for him.
    He was a trouper till the end and never complained even playing shuffleboard the Sunday before he passed.
    May you RIP brother. I love you

  3. 23 Jul 2020
    MAUREEN E DIMAGGIO lit a candle:
    Lit since July 23, 2020 at 7:16:34 PM

  4. 23 Jul 2020
    Rance Brown and Lorraine Brown says:
    Mel was a good friend to Lorraine and myself. I never heard Mel say a bad word about anyone, he was a great mentor for all of us.
    Marci , Nancy and Joe we offer you our condolences in this sad time.Please
    Please let us know if we can help in any way.
    All our love and prayers go out to you.

    Love Lorraine and Randy

  5. 22 Jul 2020
    Danielle Phillips says:
    Mel was alway such a happy and loving man, I will always remember the big smile he always wore! May he rest in peace. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family.

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