John Germano

John G. Germano

Thursday, January 29th, 1959 - Wednesday, February 24th, 2021
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"John Germano, age 62, passed away on February 24, 2021 surrounded by his loving family. Born in Brooklyn, New York, John later worked in Manhattan for the New York Stock Exchange and St. Mary Medical Center in Pennsylvania. He was devoted to his work and was known for solving any computer problem he encountered.

Beyond his outstanding work accomplishments, John was a man who put his family first, always taking the opportunity to bring them on vacations and teach them a variety of lessons. John was a history whiz, driving expert, and coin and movie collector, and loved imparting his wisdom of these topics on those around him. John was known for his unmatchable sense of humor, impeccable memory, and the ability to have an answer for every question; his mind was an encyclopedia of knowledge. A true lover of anything old-fashioned, he could recite any old song, movie, or TV show.

Above all, John was a hockey player and staunch New York Rangers fan. He faithfully watched all Rangers games and cheered them on throughout all seasons. During his free time, John enjoyed playing hockey for his team – the Spiders at the Ice Land rink in Hamilton.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia, and his two daughters, Michele and Melissa."

Due to the COVID restrictions a memorial service will be planned for a later date.
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Steve Marcotrigiano

Posted at 08:58pm
John and I met in 1982 when we both worked for a consulting firm in Staten Island. Ever since we shook hands that first day we became friends forever. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met.

What started as a working relationship grew into a strong friendship. We played indoor hockey at a local gym, watched Ranger games, attended each other’s wedding and went on many family vacations. When I think of John there are so many memories to recall but these are a few of my favorites: the racing horse we decided not to include in our wager that came in at 99:1; winning a few dollars in Vegas playing one of those large slot machines; carrying the bags while everyone else was enjoying the rides; the time John and Patricia picked up my wife Effie and I in St. Martin where he held up a sign like a limousine driver picking up a customer at the airport; and the number of funny mix ups and mishaps with hotel stays during our family vacations. We also had the captain at a resort who was supposed to provide guidance to the guests about an upcoming hurricane but bailed out when the weather started to get worse. John was very “impressed“ that he met the captain. There was also the time the manager at our hotel moved my family to a different room near the courtyard, saying no one ever used the area, only to wake up to a group of people congregating in front of our room. We couldn’t stop laughing.

Mac, I will miss you dearly. You were one of a kind and very special to me. I will miss our battles of dome hockey, our discussions about the various scams in this world and always speaking to each other on our birthdays. I will cherish the memories of our friendship for a lifetime.

Steve Marcotrigiano


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