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Thomas Joseph Felicissimo

May 12, 1950 ~ February 22, 2019 (age 68)
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Thomas Joseph Felicissimo passed away on February 22nd, 2019 at the age of 68, at his home in Danbury C.T. Thomas was born on May 12th, 1950 in Danbury, Connecticut. Graduate of Danbury High school. 

Thomas was a honorable Army Veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States. He enlisted August 20th, 1971. Tom was stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as an Assistant Chief, Trained in Helicopter repair. Awarded and authorized National Defense Medal, Air Crafts Crewsman Badge, Sharp Shooter M16, Chinook Aircraft. 

Tom took pride in being strong, and independent. Well respected by many and hard working. He began to build his business from the ground up and had much success for many of years in his business, “Tom Felicissimo Traffic Markings.”

In his free time he loved to stay busy with any little projects he could put his hands on. Thomas had a strong passion for Nascar, Formula 1 racing, cars, and airplanes. He also loved to go fishing on his boat. He was very active in his days. 

Above all, Thomas got most fulfillment and joy out of taking care of and spending time with his family. Immediate family called him “Pop Pop.” Underneath his tough exterior and strong will was a kind spirited, gentle, loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. He would do anything for the people he loved. Tom was loyal to those around him, a real man of his word. 

Thomas is survived by his life long love Susan Felicissimo, daughter Danielle Meldon, (fiancé) Michael Cestari, grandchildren Kendyl Fleischmann, Brenna Callands, (Spouse) Tyrell Callands, great grandchildren Kaliyah Allie and Aziah King Callands. As well as his beloved dog, Joey.

Brother Fred Felicissimo, Nephew Adam Felicissimo, Niece Ashley Conway (Spouse) Matt Conway (Children Lyla Conway and Luke Conway). Lisa Felicissimo (Children Nicole Flynn, Shyanne Felicissimo, Patrick Flynn) 

A Graveside Service on Friday March 1, 2019 at 11 a.m. at St. Peter's Cemetery, Section 4, in Danbury, CT. 

Tom will never be forgotten and will be truly missed! God Bless his soul.

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