Leonard Castagnozzi

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Leonard 
Castagnozzi

Castagnozzi, Leonard
Found peace Thursday, August 17, 2006, age 82 years. Former husband of Carol Castagnozzi and Sheila Novick. Dearest friend of Nancy Mann. Son of the late Liberatore and the late Mary Nee Valentino. Loving father of Bill, Jodi Glenn Kostal, Terry Sheila, Tom Erin, Lisa Michael Litz Castagnozzi, and Gina. Proud grandfather of Taylor, Hailey, Sofia, and Joey. Brother of the late Jane Joe Delloso.Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Len loved his family, attending all his children’s events and activities. He also loved sports, was an exceptional athlete at Bayview High School and coached little league. He had a passion for music, Las Vegas, Italian cooking and his ‘king’, Frank Sinatra. Respected by his crew at Pabst Brewery, Dad had a unparallelled gift for bridging the gap between management and union positions. He was kind, non-judgemental and taught his children the importance of these traits. His light continues on through those whose lives he touched. Visitation Tuesday, 5-7 PM at the Funeral Home, with Funeral Service at 7 PM. Interment Wednesday, Arlington Park Cemetery. Retired executive of Pabst Brewery after 43 years.
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Past Comments

Connie Goodman Poll

To all of Lenny’s family,

Your dad was such an important part of my dad’s life, and consequently very much a part of mine, especially growing up. My thoughts are with you, and I’m sure Dad & Lenny will be romping through the afterlife together, at least some of the time.

Take care and best regards,
Connie

Karen Dellosso

Dearest Bill, Jodi, Terry, Tom, Lisa and Gina:

I am so glad you will all be together today. My love is with you as you take care of each other during this time. Please give Auntie Carol my love.

Perhaps Lenny and Jane will now have time to wrestle and tease each other unencumbered and catch up with both their parents at last.

God Bless You.

love
karen

Karen J. Dellosso

My dearest Uncle Lenny:

From when I was a little girl, your tender love and kindness has always stayed deep in my heart.

As a little girl and as a woman, your gentle, welcoming love, as you greeted me, always made me feel so very special. I have carried that feeling with me my entire life. I will continue to carry it with me…and I am and will always be grateful to you.

I hope you know how much I love you as you pass on to a place where your soul and specialness are free and easy where you can hear Sinatra crooning as you smile unencumbered, joyful.

I hope you will forgive me for not following my impulse to call you days before you left and more often.

Thank you for your gifts of love, of kindness, of open non-judgmentalness…and most of all for making me feel so special.

You are special to so many of us. I hope as you move to your new adventure, you will know and feel this in your heart.

God Bless You, Uncle Lenny.
I love you.

Love always,
Karen

JoAnn Buivid

to Bill, Jodi, Terry, Tom, Lisa and Gina my sincerest condolances. Some of us in Port Washington have many good memories of your father. Sorry I cannot attend services in person. You will all be in my prayers.

Susan Schneiderman

My condolences to your family at this very sad time. I hope you all will be comforted during this difficult time with many happy memories.

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