In Loving Memory of Joanne C. Mastropietro

August 21, 1941
Bronx, NY
May 16, 2020
Cooper City, FL
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

A private service is planned.

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Charity

Florida Medical Center, Medical ICU-4th Floor

5000 W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33313


Alzheimer's Association

200 Executive Blvd,
Suite 4B,
Southington,
CT 06489


Joanne C. Mastropietro

Joanne Mastropietro a resident of Cooper City, Florida, 78, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 16 at Florida Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mrs. Mastropietro succumbed to Covid-19.
Joanne was born in Bronx, NY the daughter of the late Rocco and Carolyn Nardozzi. She was raised in Fairfield, graduating Andrew Warde High School, class of 1959 She went on to a career in accounting and finance with major corporations. She married Michael Mastropietro in 1983 and resided in Bridgeport, CT. The couple relocated to Florida in 1986.
She is survived by her sister, Edna Nadeau of Stratford, CT and a brother, Thomas Nardozzi (Julie) of Manchester, NH, several nieces and nephews, step children and grandchildren.
She is predeceased by her husband Michael, her and brother Robert Nardozzi.

Joanne will be best remembered by her smile, sense of humor, stubborn resolve, love of song, practical jokes, and love of family and friends

A private service is planned. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Florida Medical Center, Medical ICU 4th floor.5000 W Oakland Park Blvd in Fort Lauderdale, Florida or the Alzheimer’s Association.

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3 Guestbook Entries for Joanne C. Mastropietro

  1. Our hearts are broken with this news, and we should have known she was not doing well when our holiday card returned to us, and she hadn’t answered her phone or texted back. We adored her jokes and laughing constantly at our wedding (“Hide all that lobster, you two, or Grandpa Mike might just pocket it all!”), and stories about playing cards (with pistachios!) It was so nice spending time with her and little Penny too. When Grandpa Mike passed, we took the first flight down to Florida and spent almost a week with her sorting through things, while she looked all over the house for hidden treasure she knew Grandpa Mike must have left her. Finding laundry lint and lost items with laughs instead. So deeply saddened we did not get a chance to say goodbye, but will forever hold her spirit of fun and happiness close to our hearts.

  2. Jo, for 68 years we have been best friends. Our memories together and with the whole gang will stay with us forever. Miss your humor and that winkle in your eye. May you be at peace – love and miss you. Arl

  3. I am glad Joanne has found peace in the arms of our Lord and that she is with Mike and Penny. So sad for all her suffering. She and Mike spent a lot of time with me and my family for many years. My grandchildren used to call her Joey Ann. Be at peace….