Nunzio Carto, Jr.

Nunzio Carto, Jr.

Monday, January 23rd, 1928 - Sunday, March 22nd, 2020
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NUNZIO, JR.; March 22, 2020, age 92. Beloved husband of the late Catherine (nee Lalli). Devoted father of Nancy (Michael) Carto-Shaw and the late Frank Carto. Beloved Pop-pop of Paul James “PJ” (Denise Nakano) and Natalie (London Rene) Guercio. Great-grandfather of Nunzio Gianni, Shane, Kyle, Gianna, and James. Father in law of James Guercio. Also survived by his loving nieces and nephews. Nunzio was the long time owner of Carto Funeral Home, founded in 1952 by him and his wife Catherine. Services and interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions be made in his memory to St. Monica Church, 2422 S. 17th St., Phila., PA 19145 and St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, 1718 S. 9th St., Phila., PA 19148.
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Linda Dell’Elmo (MASSI)

Posted at 12:01am
Nancy and Family,
I am so very sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. He and my Dad (Albert Massi)
were good friends. We all thought a lot of Nunzio. I know he will be missed by many. May God grant you peace.

Linda & Bob Dell’Elmo

Ed MacFarland

Posted at 10:44am
I'm sorry to learn of Nunzio's passing . I always respected him as a fellow funeral director and a genuine human being. I had done some embalming for him a good number of years ago,and he often spoke with me regarding his younger days when he boxed. Nunzio you will be truly missed,and may your soul rest in peace.
Ed MacFarland, Jr.
Funeral Director


Posted at 11:31am
Nancy and family, I was so sad to hear about Nunzio.I will always smile when I think of him making his entrance into a room and singing. His "HELLO EVERYBODY" will always be remembered along with his movie star good looks. Nancy, he was so lucky to have a daughter like you! To be loved is lifes greatest gift and that he was!!! With sympathy and friendship, Sandy and Larry Gardner

Evonne Villante

Posted at 03:19pm

Salvatore Micciche Posted at 09:45am

So Sorry to my Friend Nunzio family. I ate breakfast with Nunzio and the gang at the Melrose diner for a dozen years. He had a heart of gold. He helped a lot of people and was well liked and loved. He was one of the good guys. So sorry for the late post.

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