Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

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John A. Coraccio, 89

John A. Coraccio, 89, of Milford, passed away December 14, 2015, while visiting his daughter in Woburn. He was the husband of the late Bella M. (Testa) Coraccio who passed away January 5, 2015.          
He was born in Utica, NY, son of the late Salvatore and Antonia (Rubino) Coraccio and lived in Waltham before moving to Milford in 1977 He was a World War II Navy Veteran serving in the Phillipines. He was the owner and operator of the Bellco and Grove Machine Shops in Milford for many years.                   
He is survived by his children, Robert Corraccio of Ayer, John Coraccio of Tampa FL, Roy Coraccio of Henderson NV, Patricia Coraccio of Dorchester, Susan Pender of Woburn, one brother Dominic Coraccio of Derry NH, eight grandchildren, Brooke Cannata, Avery Cannata, Carly Pender, Nicole Coraccio, Mary Alice Coraccio, Alicia Coraccio, Steven John Coraccio and Mary Alice Cannata. He was predeceased by his son Steven Coraccio.          
A funeral home service will be held on Thursday, December 17, 2015, at 10 A.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water Street, Milford. The burial will follow in the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne MA.            
Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday evening from 5-8 PM.          
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to Disabled Veterans National Foundation www.dvnf.org

Guestbook

John was a remarkable gentle man that I had the honor to know and grow to love. He will truly be missed by me and my family. We spent several holidays and special occasions with him and Bella and enjoyed each and everyone of them. Our thoughts and prayers are with John's family during this difficult time. With deepest sympathy and love, Sandy (Pender) Niemszyk and family
Sandra (Pender) Niemszyk


Debra and I are very close friends with Sue and Jimmy and we are so sorry for your family's loss! We, including our 4 children, have had the chance to spend some time with John and he is an inspiration to us all! He will be missed and if there is anything that we can do to help, please just ask! Sincerely, David and Debra Sochat
David and Debra Sochat


*Salute* RIP
Austin Ware (Charlene DeCesare's step son)


I have known john for over30 years he was a kind ,funny loving man. He will be missed by many. Rip john I'm sure your together with all that have gone before you. Another angel got his wings today. May you rest with God and have peace. To the family I know death is never easy but I'm sure john is with you and always will be my deepest sympathies . may you find peace in this time of loss . if you need anything let me know . love to you all.
Kathy coraccio


John was a gentle and loving man. While we will miss him, I know he is with Aunt Bella and Steven. My deepest sympathies to all.
Heather Buckley


You are together again with Aunt Bella. With Love,
Dottie & Dennis MacDonald


Hey Uncle Johnny, You'll be in good company, that's for sure. Please give my dad a special hug for me... and tell him he's got a little something right *there.* (wup!) Love,
Charlene


Love you gramps I know no better gramps that was my gramps and a friend I know your happy now with Grammy and Steven you and Gram will always be in my heart I became a string women because of you both Love you D
Desire'e Downey


I will miss my Uncle Johnny. I loved his wit, always had something nice to say to me. He is with his mother and father and siblings, son especially with my mom and dad. He is in good company.
Geraldine Kenney Carchedi.....My mom was his siste


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