We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at SALVATORE Rocco & Sons Funeral Homes Inc.
George J. Rotondo, Jr. of Revere, MA, formerly Everett, MA, age 55, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, September 11. He was born on August 21, 1967, the son of George J. Rotondo, Sr. of Manchester, New Hampshire, and the late Madeline (Ryan) Rotondo.
George is survived by his daughters Gabriella, Amanda, and Bella, his ex-wife Carolina Sanchez; his brother Mark Rotondo and his wife Robin from Winthrop, MA, brother Michael Rotondo and his wife Camden from Beverly, MA, his brother Todd Rotondo and his wife Patrice from Beverly, MA and his sister Kristen Rotondo and her wife Anna; his aunt Dorothy Touni, from Mountain View, CA, his aunt Kathleen Capavella from Wakefield, MA, and predeceased by his uncle John Ryan; many nieces, and nephews, cousins, friends and countless other loved ones. He will be missed especially by his children, his siblings, his sisters-in-law, and the countless number of people he cared for during his life.
Everyone who knew George felt his big heart and giving nature. He was authentic and lived his life in service to others as a Registered Nurse, and Revere City Councilor. George was a strong advocate for people, outspoken, and dedicated to helping people who could not help themselves. George’s time on the Revere City Council is memorable, and those who knew him, have their own stories to tell. He said what he meant and meant what he said. George was compassionate and would assist people with nowhere to go, to stay, sleep or eat. The many that have posted and have reached out to say how grateful they were that he was there for them truly know his spirit and heart. George fully enjoyed what he did and those he met in his days. He made the time to show up for everyone who reached out, providing caring, trustworthy support to all who needed him. He simply wanted to brighten the lives of others, and he surely did. Peace and caring permeated him, and kindness felt like it was his middle name.
A Celebration of George’s life will be held in a private family ceremony.