Peter G. Bartolomei

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PETER G. BARTOLOMEI -- passed away at 48 years old on 4/16/20 after a 10 month battle with Leukemia and complications of the COVID-19 virus. Peter was born in Smithtown, NY on March 2, 1972, graduated from Smithtown H.S. West and attended Suffolk Community College. He was employed as a service technician for Coffee Distributing Corp. of Garden City Park. Peter is survived by Jeanne his loving wife of 19 years and his adored children Luke and Laila. Along with his sisters Debra and Nancy, brother-in-law John Manasis, he had 12 nieces and nephews. His many longtime and devoted friends are saddened by his passing. Due to current conditions, a private service will be held at graveside for family with a memorial service to be held later in the year.

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  1. Jeanne, I was saddened to here the passing of Pete. So sorry for your loss! Sending thoughts and prayers to you and your Family. May he Rest In Peace 🙏

  2. Jeanne, Sorry for your loss. We met Pete just a few times at Olivia’s house but we could see that he was a wonderful man. He was outgoing and had a great sense of humor and was always kind to us. He will be missed so much by family and friends. Our
    thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Al and Francesca

  3. We will miss you so much Uncle Pete! You brought so much to this family. Thank you for the joy. You will be thought of forever. I promise you that, our brother/uncle!

    Love, Jay, Carole and J & J (we love you so much)

  4. My heart was sadden to read about the the loss of Pete and I wanted to give my warmest condolences to the family. To lose someone so well loved can bring such sadness but the God of all comfort tells us at
    2 Kings 20:5 He hears our prayers, he sees our tears, and he feels our pain. At we can read in the Bible John 5:28,29 that not only does God care but it will move him to remove all the suffering he sees and gives assurance that you will have him in your life once again. May all the beautiful memories you have give you calm and peace to help you through the dark moments until God’s promises come true. Again so very sorry for your heartache. 💐

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