Thomas F. DeVito, Jr.
Date of Passing: January 31st, 2015leave a condolence read condolences
Thomas F. DeVito, Jr., 69, of Utica, passed away January 31, 2015 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center. He was born September 15, 1945, in Utica, the son of the late Thomas F., Sr. and Mary Rose Scalzo DeVito and was educated at UFA. Thomas was employed with his father at DeVito's Bakery in Utica. He later worked for many years as a landscaper and most recently was employed by Price Chopper. Tom is survived by his sister, Amy DeVito of Utica; two brothers, Dr. Ralph DeVito of Branford, CT and Carl DeVito of Rochester; a niece, Katie and a nephew, Marc. He was predeceased by his brother, Paul DeVito in February of 2014. Per the families wishes there will be no services or calling hours. Arrangements are with the Bentz Funeral Service, Inc., 13 Oxford Road, New Hartford.
I spent 4-5 years working with Tom through RCIL. Highlighting the numerous tasks we undertook were two that made a lasting impression: he looked forward each spring when we would dress his family graves at the cemetery; and weekly, when he would be sure to visit his sister. God bless him for all I learned from him.
William J Griffin
I worked at the bakery with Tom. He and I would eat slivers from the pizzas. I used to see him out too. Tom was a sweetheart and good cousin.
Janet Alberico Baker
We're very sorry to hear this. Tom was a very good person. God bless him.
Steve and Roberta
Sorry to hear about Tom's passing. Tom was a nice guy.Fellow UFA classmate.
So sorry to hear the sad news. Tommy was such a sweet guy! Sending condolences to the family.
So sorry, to hear about your loss.
Maryann Ciccone Vesnaver
The thing I'll remember most about Tommy was his great sense of humor and infectious laugh -- no doubt learned from his father after years of working in the bakery. I will miss Tom and his strong spirit.
So sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Ann Marie Corleto
Ralph, Amy, and Carl,
We are so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. We are also saddened to hear of Paul's recent passing. They were both such gentle individuals and will be truly missed. All our love, Aunt Connie, Laurie, Janice, and Joyce.
Laurie Scalzo Beauchamp