May 26, 1930 ~ March 1, 2021

Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Resided in: Hauppauge, NY

Joseph’s Wake service will be livestreamed Thursday @ 3PM.  Follow the link below

Family Eulogy will be livestreamed Thursday @ 8PM.  Follow the link below

Services

Visitation: March 4, 2021 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.
SMITHTOWN, NY 11787


Second Visitation: March 4, 2021 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.
SMITHTOWN, NY 11787


Mass: March 5, 2021 9:45 am

St. Patrick's R C Church Smithtown
280 E Main St
SMITHTOWN, NY 11787


Interment:

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.
CALVERTON, NY


View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Guestbook

  1. We are so very sorry for your loss. We all loved him and will miss “Jumper” so much. Our thoughts are with you all. ❤️ Bobby, Pattie, Kim & Shaun
    PS – love this picture!

  2. Danny, Linda, Joe, We are very sorry for your loss. Your was a wonderful man, husband and father to all of you. Joe had a warm greeting and smile that made you feel just special. Your Dad (aka Jumper) had a great life with all of you. Now he will be spending time with your Mom-Rae who he loved so dearly. There will always be a warm spot in our hearts when we think of him. That tells you a lot of what your Dad meant to us all.
    Love, Jimmy, Ann, Chris and Matt

  3. candleOur thoughts and prayers will be with Joe forever , I was honored to know him ,and he was a mentor and a dear friend I’ll always laugh when I think of his jokes.and remember Joe your pitching on Tuesday GOD BLESS🙏🇺🇸💕

  4. A wonderful teacher and supporter. We were so lucky to have him as a teacher early in his career. God bless!

  5. candleMr. Guluzio – I have not heard your name in quite some time but it is one I never forgot. You will always be remembered as a Great Soccer Coach and Mentor- I can still hear your calls down the field cheering us to the goal line. Fly High with the Angels and Rest in Eternal Peace.

  6. candleI am so grateful to have known you Jumper. You welcomed me to the family with open arms and an open heart. You always had words of kindness and wisdom to share and I cherished every conversation. Jumper I will miss you every day and will always be inspired by your strength and love of family. Rest in peace and God Bless.

  7. Sorry for the your loss of your father, true gentleman enjoyed seeing him everyday at Smithtown Child Nutrition (Joe the money man) always sharing great stories <3

  8. What a wonderful person Joe was! We had the privilege of knowing “Jumpin’ Joe” Gulizio at St. James Elementary when he picked up the “money bags” every day for many years. He always had a smile on his face, a joke or two to tell and a kind word for all! We will miss him, but it’s good to know that his beautiful “Rae” of sunshine is in Heaven to greet him! Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends!

  9. Joe was a wonderful gentleman. I had the supreme pleasure of working with his beautiful wife, Rae. They were the most kind and sweet couple. May they both rest in peace together.

  10. Jumper, it was a pleasure meeting you in South Carolina at Joe and Kim’s wedding. You were a delight to talk to and you had some tales to tell that made me laugh!
    You are finally home and in no more pain. I will always remember you talking about your children and the love you share. Welcome home, job well done!

  11. Wonderful memories of a wonderful family man who always had a smile for everyone. Memories of watching the Ranger games with Linda and him. My heartfelt condolences to the family, Linda, Joe and Danny. Love from all the Passante’s

  12. The Beltrani family would like to extend our sincere sympathy to your family.
    We remember your Dad as a neighbor who always took the time to stop to
    chat and inquire about our family. As a guidance councilor he always was most
    sincerely concerned about his students. Always a gentleman.

  13. candleYou are a great man Coach G. I am so saddened to have just heard of your passing, and missed your viewing. God bless you, you will never be forgotten.

  14. My sincere condolences Danny.. this is Will OShaughnessy…
    I was just thinking about your Dad.. and what a great Baseball and soccer coach he was to me.. a true mentor.. I was on the field with my son Giovanni.. he’s 15 and Im training him in baseball.. here in Tucson , Arizona in 106 degrees a..I mentioned my greatest coaches ..one being my dads brother, my uncle tom , who played AAA ball and could have been pro if not going to Nam.. and your Dad.. MY dad passed on too back in March 2020..
    we lived just down the road from you guys and your dad always offered me a ride ..
    seems like so many many years ago but when the angle calls.. i hear the bell.. weird to say that.but its true.. My mom is on LI now with my sis..
    i offer you my deepest prayers and blessings.. but our dads are looking dad at us…and Coach Joe is making sure we dont throw too many curve balls..

    Will, Dhel and Gio
    520-312-2547
    my cell..

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook