Mr. George Carzo, 81, passed away, surrounded by his loving family, on Thursday, December 24, 2020, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
George was born in Utica, May 25, 1939, the seventh son of the late Frank and Anna (Aurigema) Carzo. He was educated in local schools and a graduate of TR Proctor High School. George was employed for over forty years at Utica Mutual Insurance Co., and retired as a Senior Systems Analyst. He was married to the former Cynthia Crane on December 29, 1989 and they have shared over thirty loving years.
George was a fun loving guy, blessed with an incredible sense of humor, who loved being with family and friends. Some of George’s happiest times were weekly lunches with his brothers, his annual tripe party, making pusties for family and friends, gardening, and cooking for all. George strived to attend any gathering he was invited to and was usually the last to leave.
Our beloved George is survived by his wife, Cindy; his children, Michael and Lisa (Chandler) Carzo, Carol Ann Carzo, Lisa and Ron Cyr, and Rob Seymour; beloved grandchildren, Melissa Ursi and Nick Ferrell, Michael and Amy Carzo, Joseph Carzo, Cristina Carzo, Danielle Cyr, and Danny and Evan Seymour; great grandchildren, Nathan Rossiter, Michael Carzo III, Dominic Carzo, and Sofia Ferrell; brothers and sisters-in-law, Carmen and Phyllis Carzo, Anthony and Carol Carzo, and Frank and Josie Carzo; sister and brother-in-law, Mary Ann and Joseph Guzzetta; and sisters-in-law, Marie Carzo and Lena Carzo; his mother-in law, Janet Crane; and sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Linda and Tom Buckless, Lois and Bill Dykstra, Janice and Jim Bintz, Sue and Bob Cacala, Bruce Crane, Dave and Terri Crane, Karen Crane, and Mark and Cheryl Crane; also numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and special friends, Debbie Rooney and the Dodge and Davis families. He was predeceased by three brothers, infant Joseph, Joseph, and Rocco Carzo; sister-in-law, Mena Carzo; and father-in-law, William Crane.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, George’s family will honor him in a private gathering and he will be laid to rest in Calvary Cemetery. There will be a public celebration of George’s life in the future when we can all get together. Please consider leaving a message of sympathy at the memorial section of our website, as this is always a great comfort to the family.
The family offers their heartfelt thanks to Dr. Munir and the nurses at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, for the loving care and compassion shown to George and his family during this difficult time.
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