John Randazza Jr.

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John Randazza Jr.

June 22, 1965 - September 26, 2018

St. Cloud, FL - John "Tiger Man" Randazza Jr. was born June 22, 1965, to his loving parents, John and Dorothy (Parsons) Randazza, in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where he graduated from Gloucester High School (class of 1983), became an avid Red Sox and Bruins fan, and enjoyed bowling, softball, hockey, fishing and golfing. In 2001, he decided to trade in his snow boots for sandals and moved to sunny Florida to raise his family.

John is survived by his immediate family—his parents, John and Dorothy Randazza; sister, Dorothy Randazza; his companion of 24 years, Michelle Curcuru; his daughters, Serena and Caitlyn Randazza; his step-daughters, Ashley Lightsey, Brittany Curcuru, and Hayley Curcuru. He is also survived by a large extended family of aunts, uncles, and many cousins, to include the Randazza, Parisi, Mathews, Stanton, Parsons, Scola, Cox, and Yzagirre Families.

John will be missed by his family and his many friends, to include his childhood friends, the Ryans and the Seligs, as well as many work friends at Lockheed Martin in Florida, where he worked as Traffic Administrator for the last 17 years.

If desired, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a college fund set up for his daughters, Serena and Caitlyn, who will be attending college next year. Checks should be made payable to Dorothy Randazza (memo line: for benefit of Serena and Caitlyn Randazza) and mailed to: Cape Ann Savings Bank, 109 Main Street, Gloucester, MA. 01930
Private service will be held in St. Cloud, Florida, at a future date.
Published on October 8, 2018
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John Ryan
Oct 10, 2018
I will truly miss you my brother from my heart and soul. I call you my brother because you were much more than a friend. And like brothers we didn't see eye-to-eye all the time. Yeah we loved each other unconditionally. I'll miss the great times we spent together. Especially the Carnival Cruise me you and Dean went on. That was the best week of my life. I'm so glad Michelle called me told me you were sick. I got to get to the hospital and say goodbye to my brother. Leaving there I was hoping to see him again but wasn't sure if I was. I'm just letting you know I love you and I'll see you again. Rest in peace. And to all his friends and family out there they're letting something stupid keep yo...u apart from someone you love. Let It Go and call the person and tell them you love them before you never see them again. It's not too late.Read more
John Ryan
Oct 10, 2018
I'm going to miss you my brother with all my heart and soul. I truly loved you and never stopped. I call you my brother because you were closer than a friend. Even though the last few years we didn't see eye-to-eye that's how Brothers do. We might fight and argue but we still love each other. I'll never forget the moments we shared. Especially the week me you and Dean when on a cruise. Probably the best time in my whole life. So for all you people out there that are arguing with your friends or family call them and tell them you love them. Thank God Michelle called me when he got real sick so I could say goodbye it's my brother and tell him I love him. I will see you again my brother.
John Ryan
Oct 10, 2018
I'm going to miss my brother with all my heart. Though we didn't see eye-to-eye in the last few years. I never stopped loving him. Forever be in my heart and soul. It's amazing how stupid stuff can separate people that love each other. So to all of his friends and family in both Florida and Gloucester. Call your friends and your family and tell them you love them before they're gone. Thank God Michelle call me 2 days before he passed away so I can say goodbye to my brother and tell him I love him. I will see you again friend.
John Gratton
Oct 10, 2018
John would always talk about his daughters at work with me. He loved each of them. John was also good for a laugh or a memory of how things use to be at work as well as a Patriots update. He will be missed.
Rob Chipley
Oct 10, 2018
We miss him very much. He was a great guy.
Kevin Bruni
Oct 09, 2018
So sorry for your loss.
Bruce O’Connor
Oct 08, 2018
Great guy, going back to Cape Ann Market days.. you will be missed...