Thomas Galetto
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Obituary of Thomas P. Galetto

Thomas P. Galetto

Greece: March 27, 2020, at the age of 72. Tom is survived by his loving wife, Suzanne L. Galetto daughters, Andrea (Lee) Hicks & Aimee (Paul) Pfeiffer, grandchildren, Ashlee, Cole, Grace & Rose; sister, Carol Barnash; many loving family members and friends.

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Thomas's services will be held at the family's convenience. Interment in Riverside Cemetery.

Donations may be directed to Veterans Outreach Center, 447 South Ave, Rochester, NY 14620 in Tom's memory.

Born in Rochester, NY on September 13, 1947 to Nick & Rose Galetto. Growing up, he was very mischievous and always getting into trouble. He and his younger sister, Carol enjoyed being close and spending time with their grandparents who immigrated from Italy in the early 1900’s.


Tom attended Cardinal Mooney Highschool where he played football and wrestled. He was part of Mooney’s first graduating class in 1966.


After graduating he met Suzanne Ciulla in 1967 at a J48 picnic, which was a club their parents both belonged to.  Shortly after he enlisted in the U.S. Navy where he served honorably until discharge in 1973. He then moved on to working at Xerox as a manufacturing engineer.


September 5, 1970 Thomas & Sue Ciulla were married. They welcomed their first daughter in 1971, Andrea & their second daughter, Aimee in 1974.


Tom was an avid outdoorsman, he loved campfires, hiking & going fishing with his grandkids, especially in the Adirondacks.


He was a proud grandpa of 4 grandchildren. He was thrilled to spend time with them no matter what they were participating in. Being a NASCAR fan himself, he loved to watch his grandson, Cole race stock cars. He enjoyed going to cross country meets and dance recitals for his granddaughters, Ashlee, Grace & Rose

Tom will be greatly missed by his family and friends

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