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Obituary: Jack Tudisco
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      Jack Tudisco, emigrated from Sicily, at the age of 18, with one of his brothers to find opportunity. Limitations of the influx of immigrants to the US forced him to go to Canada first. He worked on various jobs and eventually learned how to sell kitchenware, door to door in Canada. He quickly became the companies’ top sales person. He met his future wife, Santa when visiting his mother and father in Brooklyn, who subsequently were able to immigrate to the US. Jack became a US citizen and married in 1957. He and his wife had three children, named Joe, Jerry and John.


      Reposing at Massapequa Park Funeral Home, Inc., South Chapel, 4980 Merrick Road, Massapequa Park, Wednesday and Thursday 2-4:30 and 7-9:30pm. Funeral Mass, Friday 10:00am, St. Rose of Lima RC Church, Massapequa. Interment St. Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale.

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