Richard M. Giannadeo

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Visitation: May 11, 2022 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787

Mass: May 12, 2022 10:30 am

St. Joseph RCC Kings Park
59 Church Street


Smithtown Cemetery
64 North Country Rd.

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  1. Richie was a great guy. He was always fun to be around. He had a laugh like no other. When the four of us were together there was always lots of laughs. He will be greatly missed

  2. May the memories ease your sorrow and time bring you peace.
    Our deepest sympathy

  3. Richie always had a smile on his face for everyone especially when he won Bingo in Aruba which was quite often. We will miss him and pray for his family for the loss of such a “Great” guy never to be forgotten. Love you the most Richie.

  4. candleYou are the BEST DAD, with an infectious laugh and a great spirt loved by all that knew you. You will be missed but never forgotten
    I pray that you and your son and your brother are together again!!

    Heaven received another Angel

    All our love, Faith and Larry (your favorites)

  5. May God hold you in his hand Richie and give you peace. we will miss your laugh Rest in Peace my friend.

  6. Richie and I worked together for many years at BHS and he was always a very friendly and helpful person. He will be remembered by his many students for the fine education and beneficial influence he had on their lives. Our condolences and best wishes to his wife and family.

  7. candleRich was my mentor; he was my friend. He so willingly cloaked me with his kindness; supported me with his guidance; calmed me with his smile and laugh; just an easy person to talk to, to be with. There are only a few times in a person’s life when you meet someone that so effortlessly becomes a part of your memory; that imparted themselves into your life. So seamlessly affect you and guide you when you were younger; and now that we are older, when we accomplish a task, you can’t help but remember them as I do Rich.So, now we no longer have you to see you. We will, however, always have you and see you in our reflections; enveloping us with your kindness, guidance, smile and wonderful laugh.

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