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Lisa Whittaker

So sorry for your loss… I remember Uncle Joe as a kind, caring man who loved to cook, never yelled (which with our parents, was rare), and had a tickley, scruffy, beard. Very fond memories of when we were all little, and spent holidays at Grandma & Grandpa’s.

Barb and Dave Bradshaw

Always fun to be around and great food to share.

Mary Hishon

Joe always had that natural way of making people feel comfortable around him. He always knew had to make people laugh and always had a good story to share. His presence will certainly be missed. May God bless his soul and may he be at peace. Prayers to all of his family for comfort.

Donna Moran

A good time would always follow him. We will all miss him forever.Love Donna & Brodiie

Joseph Uzzolino


Joseph Uzzolino, 88, of Fernandina Beach, FL passed away on Friday, February 2, 2024 at Baptist Medical Center Nassau, Fernandina Beach, FL.

Born on June 6, 1935, in Nutley, NJ to the late Joseph Uzzolino and Ida Filippone-Uzzolino, where he grew up and began work at an early age at Hoffman LaRoche, there he worked his way up and eventually retired as the Plant Supervisor. He met and married Carmen Fernandez (Uzzolino) in April 1955; they were blessed with four children, Gregory, Lynn, Joseph and Cathy.

His children remember him as a man who loved spending time with his family, was a food connoisseur, loved being outdoors (hunting, fishing, and the beach), was a “huge” NY Giants fan, and was considered a Jack of all trades.

Joseph leaves behind his spouse of 68 years, Carmen Uzzolino of Somers Point, New Jersey. His four children, Gregory Uzzolino of Bartonsville, Pennsylvania; Lynn Sharp of Fernandina Beach, Florida; Joseph J. Uzzolino of Somers Point, New Jersey; Cathy King of Fernandina Beach, Florida, his eight grandchildren Brooke Crump, Justin Uzzolino, Marisa Uzzolino, Alec Holter, Britt Uzzolino, Carli Uzzolino, Alicia Holter, and Hannah King, his four great grandchildren Haven Crump, Braelin Crump, Oakley Uzzolino, and Nyla Uzzolino, and his two nieces Joan Caniz and Donna Moran.

There will be no funeral service at this time; however a memorial with the family is being planned for the near future.


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