Luigi Marinaccio

Luigi Marinaccio

10/28/1949 - 06/01/2020
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Luigi Marinacco, age 70, passed away peacefully June 1, 2020. He was born in Italy October 28, 1949 to the late Giovanni Marinaccio and the late Melinda Sabignano Marinaccio. He was also preceded in death by his sister, Concetta Santiani.

Luigi leaves behind his brother, Leonard Marinacco; his nephew, John Marinaccio; extended family and his veteran friends.

Luigi proudly served his country in the US Air Force, he was a Vietnam Veteran, he also retired as a mechanic with US Air Ways.

Services for Luigi will be held in Bronx, NY, Giordano Funeral Home 1727 Crosby Ave., Bronx, NY 10461.

Cabarrus Funeral, Cremation & Cemetery is serving the Marinaccio family.
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Dale Brown

Posted at 09:08pm
Had the pleasure meeting Luigi at our reunions. I believe I flew to Udorn on his bird two times while at Tuy Hoa. Just a wonderful fellow veteran and we will miss him along with all the others that went before. Peace of the Lord be with you my friend until we meet again. Dale Brown(SGT) May 69-May 70

Raymond N. Brown Jr.

Posted at 11:20pm
I met Lou in Pigeon Forge, TN at the first Tuy Hoa Reunion I attended. He and I hit hit off and communicated quite often after that. I also interacted with him at Fort Walton Beach, FL at the next reunion where I met his brother and sister in law. We had a good time there as well. After that I was in Charlotte and met with Lou at Richard's coffee Shop. He was so proud of the coffee shop and was obviously a favorite of everyone there. Last year we got together in Tucson at the Tuy Hoa Reunion again. We went out for supper one night, he, Joe Choon, Skip Bush and I and then the next day we all went sight seeing in the Tucson Area. We had a great time. We had planned on meeting in Myrtle Beach this summer at the Veteran's Cafe. I was really looking forward to it. I am so upset that Lou has passed away. We hit it off from the very beginning. My condolences to his entire family. He will be definitely missed and the world will be a poorer place without him in it.
Ray Brown jr
Cedar Hill, Texas.

Ken de Russy

Posted at 10:33pm
I knew Luigi only from the Tuy Hoa Reunion Facebook page. He was a steadfast fan of my posts and "Liked" many of my posts and commented in the friendliest way when he added comments. That says a lot about a person. He must have been someone who believed "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything." That makes him an exceptional person in my view. I have lost a fan and I will miss his reliable warm response when I post. I have no doubt Luigi was a standup guy who looked out for his brother airmen. He and his kind helped me get through the war without a scratch and live another 50 years of great life since. Thanks for having my back Luigi.

George Bontya

Posted at 10:10pm
Luigi, from all your Veteran Family at Tuy Hoa AB, we will miss you and we love you. You always had a smile when you entered a room. Until we meet again..Hand Salute🇺🇸

Karen Cody

Posted at 11:49am
Lou, you were one of a kind, and so compassionate. I loved being in your presence. Thank you for the time we had.

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