Antonino Faulisi

April 21, 2024

Visiting Tuesday, April 23, 2024 from 2 – 5 & 7-9 PM at Aievoli Funeral Home, 1275 65th St, Brooklyn, NY 11219

Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, April 24, 2024 at 9:45 AM at St. Dominic R.C. Church, 2001 Bay Ridge Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11204

Entombment to follow at Green Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

In lieu of flowers donations made in memory of Nino to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network would be appreciated by the family.

For more information please call Scotto Funeral Home at 718-875-2515


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Joe Cristiano
2 months ago

My Father in law was a strong man, I saw him as my second Father (not an In-law). I want to share a few brief words about him. He was made is Steel, what a generation of men. Even as his time on earth was coming to an end, he still refused to tell us he was in pain. What a man! I can only hope that I can honor him through my life and be as strong as him. He was a stern no nonsense man, lived for his family, and was very funny when he wanted to be. I was very fortunate to know him. I had a very genuine relationship with him, we saw things differently from time to time, but we always ended up in a good place (He got his way 90% of the time, he gave me 10% – I’ll always appreciate that, LOL). He loved us all. I will truly miss him. Rest in peace Pa! Love You Always, Joe (your extra Son).

Linda Elko
2 months ago

Nino was a quiet, gentle giant. I remember when he came to the U.S. He was strong, funny & full of life & loved his family very much. We had many wonderful memories growing up with our grandfather, aunts, uncles, cousins and Nino, Rosetta & their family. May he rest in eternal peace with the Lord. He will surely be missed, but he lived a long and happy life with his family. Sending prayers and love from George, Linda & Chris Elko

2 months ago

they don’t make men like my grandfather anymore. what he accomplished during the course of his lifetime is incomparable to anything else I’ve ever seen. I’m lucky to have had him for 33 years. And we are all lucky to have had him around long enough to watch all of his grandchildren grow up, start their careers, get engaged. Was he difficult? Absolutely. but everybody loved and respected him. Everywhere he went, everybody knew Nino. He built a life from the ground up for his family, and we are all indebted to him. Nino the bull. To say your absence will be felt and your presence will be missed is a colossal understatement. Ti volgio been nonno. Ci vediamo.

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