Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

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Nicholas H. Costanza, 41,

    Nicholas H. Costanza, 41, of Brighton, passed away Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at his home. He was born in Milford son of Thomas and Jacqueline (Hoener) Costanza of The Villages FL. He lived in Whitinsville and Mashpee before moving to Brighton. He was a graduate of Falmouth High School class of 1998 and also graduated from University of Massachusetts in Boston where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. He was presently employed as a union carpenter at the Cheviot Corporation in Needham.         

    In addition to his parents he is survived by his brothers, Anthony Costanza of Austin TX, Scott Costanza of Johnston RI, two nieces Giovanna Costanza, Zoe Costanza and a nephew Jacob Costanza. 

    A funeral Mass will be held Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 10 A.M. at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Hopedale MA. The burial will be private. There are no calling hours. Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St. Milford MA.

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Dear Costanza Family, Please accept my sincere condolences. I taught Nick 30 years ago when he was a smart, quick witted, fun loving, and sometimes bit mischievious young boy. I am very sorry for your loss. Nick leaves indulable memories that always make me smile. May your memories of Nick bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time and may God always keep and hold Nick close to his heart.
Brian Hyde


I will forever miss you my dear friend. My sincere condolences to the Costanza family.
Mike Waddington


Tom and Anthony- My deepest condolences to you and yours. The Coffey family shares in your grief and you are in our thoughts. Nick was a close companion for over twenty years and one of the truly great friendships of my life. His charm, wit and charisma was magnetic. His reach was broad and he was loved by many. A loyal ally through our adolescent Mashpee years and well into our adult lives. His presence is felt in the countless defining memories of our time together. You and Jacquie were always warm and accommodating to me and I will be forever grateful for that. Nick was very much a welcome part of our household as well. We miss him deeply. One Love
Matt Coffey


The Costanza Family, Condolences for your loss, i'm sorry Nick is gone. I remember him well as smart/feisty/fun/funny, and always will. Good looking, too. Can't say how long is long enough, but 41 isn't. He was always welcome at our home, a bright spot when he visited and great friend to son Matthew. They were a team, took on all the fun available or made their own.
Patrick Coffey


I am truly saddened for Nick’s Family, his closest friends and those that were part of his daily life. I always felt that there was something about Nick’s regard for the world around him that showed his curiosity and acceptance of people. His humor and social nature would draw a crowd. I admired his artistic creative nature. Unfortunately I hadn’t spoken to Nick in a couple years and it’s been since high school that I spent any real time hanging with him, which is the case with most of my good friends from childhood and adolescence. For me Nick was someone I could talk to about anything without explanation or judgement. Not to say that he wouldn’t immediately turn around and tell a girl that you liked that you were just talking about her. Or try to date that girl and tell you about it, no shame. He would always tell you his mind. even if he was threatened with bodily harm if he didn’t shut up. He would instigate small tiffs and laugh at you if you got hurt. But he’d be the first one to grab your hand, help you up and dust you off. It’s heartbreaking that he’s gone too soon. Prayers and condolences for Tom Anthony and the rest. Much love to you all,
Christian Klopfer


Oh Dear. I am so sorry to hear of Nick's passing. He was a great kid and one of my favorite students. My sadness and condolences to his great parents and entire family.
Ms. Andre, ( Marlene Coffey)


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