MSG Joseph C. Dellasandro, U.S. Army Retired, 77, of Fayetteville, died Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at his residence.
Mr. Dellasandro was a Vietnam veteran, and served with the 101st Airborne division at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, 82nd Airborne and the 50th Signal Battalion at Ft. Bragg. He was retired from the Cumberland County school system and a 1980 graduate of Lafayette College. He was an avid outdoorsman, a member of the Fayetteville Classic Car and Truck Club, the Fayetteville Model A Restorers Club and the Italian American Club.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. at Jernigan-Warren Chapel. Burial will follow with full military honors in Post Cemetery.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Dellasandro.
Surviving are his wife, Ginger Dellasandro; daughter, Diane Dellasandro and husband, Mark Rohrig; son, William Dellasandro and wife Tracey; step-daughters, Anne Cass and husband, Robert Benson, and Wanda Hall; step-sons, Ray Cannady and wife Carolyn, Jody Cannady and wife Melody; brother, Michael Dellasandro; sisters, Marie Amemhauser and Diane Sparacino; 3 grandchildren; 5 step- grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday August, 14, 2017 at Jernigan-Warren Funeral Home.
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Submitted by Sissy Dixon on Aug 18 2017 07:24:20 AM
My deepest sympathy to the family for Joe's passing. He had such a huge positive influence on so many people, including me. I will never forget him for being such an important part of my life.
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My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family as you endure this difficult time. May you find comfort in the scripture found at 2 Corinthians 1;3,4,where it shows us that God is there to comfort us during any trial and we can rely on him. Death at any age can be very hard on us but I hope you can find peace and hope in knowing that soon there will be a resurrection (Acts 24;15) and we will see our loved ones again soon.
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