Dr. John J. Giordano Age 88 of Hauppauge, NY passed peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on March 4, 2021. John was a dedicated Physician who served the Smithtown community for 33 years. Beloved husband of Christine of 59 years. Loving father of Suzanne (Brett), Maria (Michael), Frank (Mary). Adored grandfather of Nicole (Michael), Gabriela, Alissa and Ava. Cherished great grandfather of Christiana, Giovanni and Alicia. Loyal and dear pet Butterfly. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Alziemers Association www.alz.org. Funeral Mass Saturday 11:15am at St. Patrick’s RCC. Private Cremation to follow. www.branchfh.com


Mass: March 6, 2021 11:15 am

St. Patrick's R C Church Smithtown
280 E Main St

Private Cremation:

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  1. Dear Sue & family,
    We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are prayers are with you in these difficult times.

  2. Dear Chris,Suz,Frank,Maria and families- There are so many wonderful memories of the times we had together. John was a strong ,kind man with a laugh that is unforgettable. May all your wonderful memories help ease you through this difficult time.Hoping my thoughts and prayers surround you with comfort & peace. Hugs and Love, Kim

    • Kim thanks for always being there for mom and me and the family ! All the memories we have will be with us forever !

  3. My deepest and sincerest condolences to Dr. Frank and the entire Giordano family. Anthony and I were(are) very saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Giordano and pray that his light will continue to shine on thru the stars, as he is in a better place with our heavenly father. No words can bring comfort at a time of such an immense loss of a dear loved one, but may your memories that you have console the pain in your hearts and patch the void that will be felt. I pray the holy spirit will bring you light in this time of darkness and you will be blessed with strength to carry you through. Dr. Giordano was a great man and a beautiful part of our extended family (through Mary) and he will be greatly missed. God Rest his soul. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone and we send our love from Florida.

    • Dear Carrie and Anthony, Thank you so much for your love and thoughts to all of us !

  4. candleDear Chris, Suzanne, Ria, Frank and family,
    We all spent so much time growing up together as kids. There are so many memories, like at our house sitting under a tree with a bird that kind of sent John luck in a way only a bird can (if you remember that incident), times at your house in Smithtown around the pool and time spent up on the farm. Even though we have not seen each other near as often John was alway thought about. John left me childhood memories that have been and always will be cherished. As Kim mentioned, that laugh, oh that laugh. You couldn’t help but laugh along even if you didn’t know what was so funny. He will be greatly missed but know he is comfortable and resting in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    • Are families are so blessed to have each other and all the special memories that will be in our hearts forever. And of course all the fun we had when we drove our parents crazy !!!

  5. Dear Mom, Maria, Sue, and Frank.
    I can’t imagine how any words of mine could articulate what a great man my father in law was, so I’ll just say he was so much more than a father in law to me he was a mentor and a friend, and if I can say, our loss is heavens gain. Goodbye PaPa G till we meet again, l love you.

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