Luciano Spennato Feb 18, 1956 - May 08, 2021
Luciano Spennato, age 65, passed away with his family by his side, on May 8, 2021. Born in Italy, Luciano immigrated to the United States when he was 15 years old. Luciano worked in a factory in Brooklyn, NY for several years before opening his first pizza restaurant in New Jersey at the age of 19. He graduated from Pizza U and owned and operated several pizza shops including Scotto’s Pizza at the Granite Run Mall, Breads of Italy, Marcos Pizza, Louie’s Pizza, and several others throughout the area. Luciano also worked at La Locanda in Newtown Square. Most recently he was working in the construction end of the restaurant business. Luciano also spent 3 years building his family home in Glen Mills. Luciano had a passion for soccer, working on cars, and vegetable gardening. He was a kind and gentle person who especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He always had a smile on his face and a joke on his lips. Luciano will be missed by all but never forgotten.
He was the son of the late Quirino Spennato and grandfather to his infant grandson Josiah.
Survivors: His beloved wife of 43 years Concetta Vacirca Spennato, his children Alessandro, Anthony, Marco, and Cristina Spennato, his cherished grandchildren Anthony, Dominic, Joseph, Jonathon, Francesca, Leonardo, and Vincenzo Spennato, and his siblings Anna, Renato, Giuseppina, and Carmine Spennato.
Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home
Begins: May 13, 2021 12:30pm - 1:00pm5980 Chichester Ave
Aston, PA 19014
Ann & David Young says:Submitted on: May 10, 2021
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of one of the Worlds' true gentlemen. Knowing Luciano for many years, always enjoying his great good humor, and valuing his friendship. Please know that, in a small way, we share your loss, and send our deepest condolences.
Randi McCoy says:Submitted on: May 10, 2021
Dearest Spennato Family, it is with a heavy heart that I say I am sorry for your loss. Luciano was a rare person, he knew no strangers and would gladly give you the shirt off of his back. We are all better for having known him in our lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Spennato Family. Please accept our sincerest condolences and may peace and tranquility be with you during these trying times.
Carmine Iaccarino says:Submitted on: May 10, 2021
I’m at a loss for words with your loss. I will say this about Luciano. Sometimes when he said something to you with a serious look you’d stand there and not say anything but wondering is he serious or is he kidding, he’d leave you hanging for a minute or two then he’d smile and that’s when you knew he was joking. I’m sorry for your loss, he will be missed