We are very sad to hear about the passing of a wonderful man, husband, father, father-in-law, and grandfather. We alway enjoyed meeting and seeing Don over the years, most recently at Chloe and Matt's wedding. We take joy in the fact that his life was well lived, and that he will always be in the hearts of all those who love him.
Very sad to hear of the lost of one the finest person I have every had the honor to know.
I will never forget the life leasons of Don Costanzo, be fair, honest and humble.
Don taught me it wasn't all about Bill, thus I got envolved with the YMCA playing basketball & raqcuetball with the person I called the "Master"
During noon hour basketball we would have 15/20 guys running up & down the court and here was this short, heavy set guy trying to guard guys 6ft + and he was laughing and joking the whole hour we played.
Don would go down, shoot and if he made it, he would point at you and shake his figure at you like "take that" and have a smile from ear to ear.
I missed Don alot when he retired, but I thought of him quite often and will always remember his life lessons.
God Bless you my friend, you made me a better person and I will miss you.
Grandpa, you may not be with us in this world anymore but the light you brought while you were here will never be forgotten. You taught me to be kind, how to laugh at myself and a love for yummy home cooked meals like chili. We all miss you.