Posted by Carolyn Hamilton on November 19, 2016
For the last thirty years I've been going out of my way to visit Mr. Sorbello's and Mary's farm market because of the goodness I felt coming from the people working there. Our sympathies to the family of this humble and kind man. Bill and Carolyn Hamilton
Posted by Sue Cartlidge on November 13, 2016
Debbie and family,
My weekly visits to your farmers market have always made me feel welcomed. Part of that, was seeing "Pop" sitting in the corner with a gentleness and grace. He always greeted me, a complete stranger, with a kind word or two. I literally lost my dad 3 weeks ago, so I totally understand the overwhelming sadness. Please know I am sending prayers to your whole family.
Until we meet again, kind in peace!
Posted by Alfred Nicolosi on November 10, 2016
Dear Mary and family,

You know how much we all loved Junior.  How lucky you were to have found each other and to have enjoyed 60 years of a true partnership in marriage. Your wonderful daughters and their partners, your grandchildren and great-grandchildren are a living memorial to this special man. Reading the tributes from his daughters convinces me he understood and bonded with them on deeper level than many fathers.

I appreciate that Junior put up with my eccentricities and stories during all those Sunday nights at mom and pop's. He was always patient and willing to listen. 

My sincere condolences for your loss. The days and nights ahead will be shaded with grief, but I hope the laughter of your children and grandchildren will give you courage to live each day until you are reunited for eternity.


Fred and family
Posted by Diane Bonagura on November 9, 2016
My dear Uncle Junior was always my dear father's "voice of reason" the ying to his yang...I have countless memories of him and am blessed to have had him as a second dad...I give thanks for all of his hugs. He was ALWAYS kind, gentle yet strong, and wise!
Posted by Angelo Grasso, Jr on November 8, 2016
A kind and gentle man. A devoted husband and a loving father. A person who had the respect of his peers and non-peers alike. To strive to be any of these is commendable. To achieve all of them is admirable. Rosario Sorbello was all of these and more. His was a life well lived. He will be missed but never forgotten. He lives on in the many lives he touched. God bless and Rest In Peace.
Posted by Lori Graves on November 8, 2016
My heart is so heavy for all of you. My father before his passing loved spending time with dad. Two Italian boys talking about life. I loved seeing dads smile! You are in my prayers. I love you all
Posted by Jennie Williams on November 8, 2016
Uncle Junior was rock star handsome! His laugh was one of kind. Memories of sorting peaches with him and the brothers fill my childhood memories with happiness and a sense of family that extends and connects me to my beautiful Sorbello cousins. I love you all and aunt Mary so much, and my heart breaks for your loss. XO
Posted by Shannon Mastronardo on November 8, 2016
My heart breaks for you Mary! I am grateful to know that you had shared 60 beautiful years as husband and wife! What an amazing job you did TOGETHER! His spirit lives on forever in so many hearts! I knew from Danny how protective he was of his daughters and the tremendous pride he had of each one. He made an impact on so many lives! Love and hugs to you and to our Sue!
Posted by Shannon Mastronardo on November 8, 2016
The Mastronardo Family sends their condolences. What a beautiful tribute you prepared and the choice of music is so beautiful. So well deserved for such a kind man!
Posted by Joan Kellett on November 8, 2016
Nothing but praise for such a wonderful gentleman who always greeted us when we stopped at the farm market.
Our Danny has been gone 27 years which is as long as we had with him and we know he welcomed Rosario who had always welcomed him.
Hopefully your grief is lessened by the wonderful memories you can constantly revisit.
The Kellett family sends love.
Posted by Joan Kellett on November 8, 2016
Dear Sue
You and your sisters made your Dad a proud man. We know him as devoted to your Mom and family, hardworking, and handsome. We share your sadness but his life is memorable and commendable.
"Mom K."

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