November 22, 1976 - June 17, 2021

Posted by:
Rosanne Caruso Haywood

Posted on:
July 21, 2021

Rest in peace. God will show you around.

Posted by:
Danny Saliba

Posted on:
July 16, 2021

Gonna miss you kid . Loved sharing our views on life on life's terms with you .

Posted by:
al Vilar

Posted on:
July 16, 2021

San Man I remember when you were a six year old when your little league career and Joanne’s started I was so happy I got to choose Sugar Ray’s niece and nephew to play on my team I would be pleasantly surprised at how great you and your sister were you were a great player throughout your career and a better kid love you San Man until we meet again T&R forever

Posted by:
Jessica R Santangelo Carroll

Posted on:
June 30, 2021

I remember uncle Joey, alway being the cool guy of the family! Though he not the baby as my father now past Raymond Jr. We still had great times! Getting to know uncle Joey was alway fun, there was never a dull moment, he was alway playing with us kids in the family! You will be miss deeply, but hey you'll be there now with family! Let hope you have a great time again! Kokomo " may the wisest of men truly have fun when all is send and done"

Posted by:
rs

Posted on:
June 29, 2021

Kokomo… Rest In Peace with Raymond Jr.

Posted by:
J.o

Posted on:
June 25, 2021

Shawhouse basketball Softball floor hockey bowling bnbl (you were the only one who held his own against the brothers) I did a lot of stuff with you and I can't remember a single negative moment. You deserved better. Such a good kid doesn't seem fair. Johno

Posted by:
Joshua Ocheltree

Posted on:
June 24, 2021

you was loved by everyone and will be greatly missed. continue to shine through your son. i will miss you and the sunrise/sunset pictures. i can picture you jogging heaven right now.

Posted by:
Nicole

Posted on:
June 23, 2021

The Santangelo Family, I grew up with Joann and Joseph, he was just the type of kid that you just loved his personalty. He would always make me laugh. My thoughts and prayer are with his family. Nicole

Posted by:
Anthony Federico

Posted on:
June 22, 2021

Rest In Peace Joe, you were a great person, a gentle soul, May your son and family and friends never forget you and the kind soul you were, Rest In Peace Joe San, the North End won’t forget you buddy

Posted by:
Helen Deegan

Posted on:
June 22, 2021

R.I.P. Your strength and endurance helped so many, rest at east, you will be missed,

Posted by:
NATALIE LONGO

Posted on:
June 22, 2021

Joey and Family iam sorry for the loss of your son R.I.P

Posted by:
Drew C.

Posted on:
June 21, 2021

Dear family and friends of Joe S.,  Please accept my deepest condolences. Joe was a dear friend to many on the path of recovery, myself included. He was a spiritual warrior, and a beautiful human being, giving and receiving love as a way of life. Some years ago, I once shared with Joe that seeing purple flowers out and about in the world always reminded me of my late mother, causing me to pause, pray, and remember her with a smile. From that day on, he would often pause to take photos of purple flowers he ran into in life and send them to me, along with an "I love you", and emojis representing a phrase we were both fond of: "flowers in the sun". I would do the same with him. This kindness, along with many others from Joe have meant so much to me, helping to change the condition of my spirit. I will miss him deeply and hope to honor him in the way I live. Joe's family, especially his son, Noah, who I heard so many great things about, will be in my prayers. Namaste, Drew C.

Posted by:
paul luongo

Posted on:
June 21, 2021

Joann and family, I am sorry to hear about Joe San. I had so many great memories playing sports with Joe as kids. He was the kid you loved to play with and hated to play against because he was that good! So many of us looked up to him because he played with all heart and was as competitive as can be. Rest In Peace Joey San! :heart: Paul Luongo

Posted by:
Laura Clarke

Posted on:
June 21, 2021

Your kind heart and bright smile will be carried on by Noah. RIP My friend...... fly with the angels.

Posted by:
Christine Ventola-Welch

Posted on:
June 21, 2021

Joey and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and the family.

Posted by:
Camille Ciampa

Posted on:
June 21, 2021

Dear Joey, JoAnn and entire family, we are so heartbroken to hear of the passing of Joey. He was such a wonderful son, father and friend to all of us who knew him all his life. We send you prayers that God will comfort you during this most difficult time. Rest in peace Joey. You will forever remain in our hearts. We love you. Camille Ciampa Mario & Marc Passanisi :pray::pray::pray::heart::heart::heart:

Posted by:
mike sorrentino

Posted on:
June 20, 2021

Joe so sorry to hear of the passing of your son, my prayers with you once again I am so sorry to hear this sad mews

Posted by:
Alex L LaRossa

Posted on:
June 20, 2021

Dear Santangelo family I'm sorry for your loss of Joe. I use to work with joe at Kelly's Roast Beef for a short time we opened together almost every morning. He was the best and he helped me out a lot when i needed help. He loved his son Noah unconditionally. Joe was so nice and kind and had a big heart he helped everyone. We all loved Joe at Kelly's Roast Beef. Joe also loved to take pictures of the sunset. R.I.P my friend. Alex LaRossa