John R. Mongillo, age 37, life tragically ended on October 5, 2016 as a result of a hit and run accident. John was the son of Bruce & Helen Mongillo; brother of Denise, David, and Jason Mongillo; father of Blake, and uncle of Jessica LaFrance and Anthony Mongillo. A special thanks for being part of John's life goes to his partner Michelle Cameron & her parents John & Linda Cameron. John was a resident of New Britain all his life until recently moving to Tennessee. He had a love for cooking, especially for his family. John was employed as a cook at many restaurants. He was a joyous and loving man, always with a great smile. John will be greatly missed. Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of John's life on October 20, 2016 beginning at 1:00 PM at St. Jean Baptiste Society, 209 Smalley Street, New Britain. His interment was held privately.

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  1. Bruce and Helen, My heartfelt sympathy to you and your entire

    family. May the Lord be with you in this difficult time.

  2. Denise, I am so sorry to hear of such a great loss to you, your parents, and brothers. I remember when we were kids, all going to your neighbors pool or just hanging out. Sometimes your little brothers had to come along, but you were always so great with them!! May your memories of him help to give you peace. Again to the Mongillo family, I am so very sorry for your loss of John. Natalie (Ulissi) DiPietro

  3. I was blessed to receive the love of John for many years. He was the one love that got away. He had the most beautiful smile and a heart filled with joy and laughter. I will make him a promise to keep the memories we shared in my heart forever. I know his spirit will live in the soul of his unborn child, it brings me comfort knowing his life will go on in little Chandler. Sleep with the angels my lovei. Until we meet again…

  4. Jason,

    Please accept our condolences and share with your family. May you remember your brother through wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Arlene & Dan Palmer

  5. My condolences to all the family. I met John when he moved to TN, being Michelle’s Aunt he called me Aunt Judey immediately. He became part of the family and could never do enough for anyone . … May he Rest in Peace.

  6. I am truly sorry for the pain you are going through right now. We read at Ecclesiastes 9:11 that unexpected events effect us all. As we patiently wait for God to restore to life our loved ones in paradise on earth, may the love of family and friends bring you comfort at this time. (Acts 24:15, Psalms 37:29) May the God of comfort be with you during this difficult time.

  7. I am very sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please know that God is aware of your suffering and he cares about you. ( 2 Corinthians 1 : 3,4 ) . I pray that you are able to find comfort in God’s promise of paradise where there will be no more pain and sorrow (Revelation 21 : 4, 5 ) and the many wonderful memories of your beloved becoming a reality in the future resurrection. (Acts 24 : 15). Please accept my sincere condolences.

  8. To the Mongillo family. So sorry for your loss. John holds a special place in my heart. Me and him had a connection. We shared some good times thru the ups and downs in this crazy world. I’ll always remember his amazing smile as well as his personality. See u when i get there John…

  9. I am so sorry for your loss. I was blessed to spend a couple years w John when we were teenagers. He was a great caring person. Who will be missed dearly.

    My condolences

    Chrissy Bielawski

  10. So deeply sorry for your loss Michelle, Linda and John. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Johnnys family. We wish you healing and God’s peace. Blessings Theresa and Dan Grabo.

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