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Louis G. Confessore
March 25, 1956 ~ July 28, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Louis Confessore, 67 of Kirkwood, NY passed away unexpectedly July 28, 2023 after an accident in which he sustained life threatening injuries. Louis was born March 25, 1956 to the late Enrico and Rita Confessore in Bayshore, NY on Long Island. He is predeceased by his parents and brother Michael Confessore who he had devoted the last 20+ years to being his main caregiver.
He is survived by his daughters Mandy Giannetto, Greene, NY, Melissa Stuart (Paul), Kirkwood, NY, and a “third daughter” Stephanie; his grandchildren who were the light of his life: Michael, Madison (Jaeden), Mason; and his new pride and joy, his great granddaughter Lilah Jae. He is also survived by his siblings Louise Major (Terry), Clare Leek (Geoff), Anthony Confessore (Karen), Raymond Confessore (Rose); his ex-wife Terry Confessore (Dick) and a special brother-in-law Harry Teuschler; and many wonderful nieces, nephews and cousins; close friends Bill and Bonnie Powers, Chuck Corbin; long time neighbor and friend Mike Rose, along with many other special friends and amazing co-workers.
Lou could always be found either building or fixing things. When he didn’t have a hammer in his hand or wasn’t climbing a ladder, he was working for Broome Developmental Center doing what he loved - caring for people. He worked for the state for 23 years and was set to retire on August 31st. Lou lived life for his daughters and grandchildren. He was a family man and enjoyed spending all his free time with the ones he loved. He will be greatly missed and was loved by everyone who knew him.
In honoring his wishes, his family will have a private service at Calverton National Cemetery in Calverton, NY. A celebration of life is being planned for early spring. Donations in memory of Lou may be made to St. Jude’s Childrens Research Hospital or the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, both of which he donated religiously for many years.