June 11, 1934 ~ April 14, 2022

Jack was proud to have been born in Brooklyn, NY. He attended P.S. 123. He then attended Boys High School going on to NYU downtown. From there he completed his education at Fairly Dickson Dental School in Teaneck, NJ. After graduating from dental school in 1960 and the birth of his first child, Maria, he had to give Uncle Sam his due and was sent to England Air Force Base in Alexandria, Louisiana. There he was the head of the dental clinic and earned the rank Captain.

In 1963 just after having his second child, a son, Jack Jr. he came back to NY with his family, wife Gloria, 3 year old Maria and baby Jack Jr. In 1966 they had their third child, Sunday.

After arriving back in NY he opened his dental office in the then new area of Hauppauge, Long Island. After practicing dentistry in Hauppauge for 21 years, he moved his practice in 1984 to the new Stony Brook Medical Park.

In May of 2002 he retired and moved from Port Jefferson to Westhampton so that he could have his beloved Mako (fishing boat) in his back yard.

He enjoyed fishing, skiing in the winter and shotgun shooting at the Peconic River Sportsman’s Club.

Jack and JoAnn came together in 1982 until his death. They had been married in 2020.

Services

Visitation: April 21, 2022 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Visitation: April 22, 2022 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Visitation: April 22, 2022 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Mass: April 23, 2022 10:00 am

Immaculate Conception RC Church
580 Main Street
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

631-288-1423

Entombment: April 23, 2022 12:30 pm

Holy Rood Cemetery
Old Country Road
WESTBURY, NY


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Charities

The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Jack G. Giannola 's name.

Weill Cornell Medicine

1300 York Avenue, Box 314
New York , NY

give.weill.cornell.edu

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

P.O. Box 5028
Hagerstown, MD
646.227.3546
https://www.mskcc.org/

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  1. For my loving husband Jack, we have shared 40 years together, what an unforgettable ride it has been!!!

  2. Dear Joanne, We are deeply sorry for your loss✝️🙏🏻❤️ May Doc RIP…. Doc will be very Missed.

  3. Joan, sorry for your loss Doc was one of a kind and a great friend, lots of memories he will be sorely missed

  4. Daddy,
    I love you, I will always cherish my memories
    I wish you peace. Please give my sister Sunday & my husband Paul a kiss from me.
    Love you always,
    Maria

    • candleMaria,

      I’m so sorry about your dad. May his memory be a blessing. Love, your friend from Knox, Lisa.

  5. Sorry to hear about Dr. Giannola’s passing. Lots of great childhood memories fishing and hanging at their beautiful house with Jack Jr.. My condolences to the entire family.

  6. candleJack , Melissa & Family
    Our sincerest condolences on the loss of your father.
    May he rest in eternal peace

  7. We will remember Jack as a great and loyal friend. He was smart, caring, tough and loving of his family and friends. He was generous and always fun to be with. He taught us so much through his love of the outdoors. He was a great fisherman, teacher of skiing and a true expert in the shooting arts. Jack was truly a renaissance man who loved America, his Italian heritage and Joanne. Jack Giannola will be greatly missed by us! We loved our friend! May he reside in eternity in the gentle arms of God!

  8. candleJoanne, Jack, Melissa, Maria and family

    Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Jack was larger than life in our eyes. I know he’ll be missed. Rest assured, he had a full life with a fantastic family and many great adventures.

  9. Ricorderemo sempre il sorriso e l’affetto di Jack il suo amore per la Sicilia.
    Fanny, Sabrina e Umberto🙏

  10. Dearest Joann, Jack, Melissa, NIcolette and Maria and family,
    Jack was a larger then life figure. He ws a joy to be with all the time. The knowledge he shared about everything was very entertaining. . It was an honor to call him our friend and truthfully he was family to us. We love you Jack and will miss you so much .Our loss is heaven’s gain. Fly with the angels till we meeet again. Our love and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Loretta and Henry

  11. I will always think of “Daddy G” as a force. A man who truly knew how to live life, and he lived it to the fullest. He was so passionate about his interests and endeavors, becoming the best at what he chose to pursue. Always a gentleman, generous host and a wise man willing to share his knowledge.
    A true model for how to make the most of your life in every way. Daddy G will be missed.

  12. candleDear Daddy – I will always cherish everything we have done together, from fishing to showing us Sicily to watching you pick tomatoes off the vine in Tuscany with Nicolina. The family dinners together. You will be missed and forever cherished. May you rest peacefully watching over us from heaven. Miss you. Love, Melissa

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