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Paul LoMonaco, Former Owner of Kings Park Garden Center, Dies at Age 68

A viewing will be held at Clayton Funeral Home on Monday.

 

Paul LoMonoco, of Kings Park passed away Nov. 8 at the age of 68.

According to Georgann LoMonaco, Paul, a longtime resident of Kings Park/San Remo, had a gift of gab and always had a good word to say to the senior ladies, who he referred to as ‘young ladies’.

Paul, who passed away of cancer, leaves behind the love of his life, JoAnn Barbera LoMonaco, their wonderful and devoted son and father of two little girls, Victor LoMonaco, Victor’s loving wife Cassandra, who is expecting their third child, a son Paul, whom Paul looked forward to meeting. He also leaves his sister Nina, brothers, Augie, John and Larry and many other family and friends who loved this good man. Paul and his ways will be sorely missed until we, his family and friends are dust.

There will be a viewing at Clayton Funeral Home, Nov. 12 between 2 and 4:30 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m.

A small service will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 at Clayton’s Funeral Home. He will then be interred at Calverton National Cemetery, with full military honors for his service as a National Guardsman.

lisa costello November 12, 2012 at 04:24 PM
RIP Paul, a beautiful soul gone.
Frank November 30, 2012 at 10:38 PM
We just heard and our prays are with Paul's family and Larry and Georgann FRANK P. BARRASSO www.barrassoandsons.com
Augie LoMonaco December 04, 2012 at 08:09 AM
Augie LoMonaco II- your cousin in in California. I'm shocked to hear this sad news. I will never forget our youthful days, when my dad and us visited your place in Kings Park and stayed the week end. It was my Heaven then to be there with the family, you and Augie I. We slept in the attic on mattresses and listened to music on our 'one transistor' radio. In the morning we'd head for the water. "what a life." Treasured memories they remain in me. Take care cuz.....see you someday. Ciao

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