John William DeAngelo passed away suddenly in Northford on August 16, 2012 . Born February 21, 1965 , son of Joseph and Vera (DeAlmo) DeAngelo of Wallingford, father of Anthony John DeAngelo who resided with him in Northford, Andrew John DeAngelo, Bryan Scott and Dana William Mellor. He was the beloved brother of Joseph (Marion) DeAngelo of Potomac, MD, Elizabeth (Daniel) Murphy of Wallingford and Carolyn (Kevin) Kita of Enfield. He also leaves his loving nieces and nephews, Kayla and Sean Murphy, and Elizabeth and Nathan Kita. John graduated from North Haven High School in 1983 and attended Paier College of Art. He worked in the graphics art field for many years. He was an avid painter of wildlife, and also enjoyed woodworking. Friends may visit on Sunday, August 19, 2012 at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral service Monday morning in the funeral home at 10:30 a.m. followed by interment in Centerville Cemeter. Contributions in John's memory may be sent to American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Dr , Wallingford , CT 06492 or to the charity of your choice.

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  1. Anthony & family, My sincere condolences and deepest sympathy. Anthony you were special to me in FRC (TVES-Mrs.P.) and your Dad was one of my favorite parents. You were the light of his eye and brought joy to his life. Remember the good times and cherish the memories.

  2. Dear Anthony, (Bubby) I am so sorry for your loss. May many blessings come to you and your family 🙂 Love, me Gram James and Fred

  3. Dear Aunt Vera, Uncle Joe and family, I am so sad to hear about John. He was always so kind and sweeet any time we were together. I remember him as a precious blonde baby who grew up to be an exceptional artist and funny young man. My heart and love go out to you all and especially to Anthony. God Bless and Peace always, Love, Sharon and Bryan

  4. God only gave him to you for a short time but he left you with beautiful artwork to enjoy forever and remind you what a special person he was. He will be in my heart forever.

  5. The DeAngelo family, I am very sorry to read about the passing of John. I always remember John and my Father sharing the same birthday. This was special bond between John and my dad. Your family is in my families thoughts and prayers.

  6. Will always remember your smile and how you always made me feel like your best friend. You made everyone feel that way. Your spirit never dies and I am a better soul to have known you on the earthly plane Keep smiling my friend and enjoy your new home and fellow spirits.

  7. Anthony, I worked with Dad for many years. Never a bad day with him, he was always so caring, sincere and a good friend. I met you several times with my friend Denzel. Denzel always referred to you as his .smart. friend. Your Dad loved you so much and I know he’s watching over you. My prayers are with you.

  8. Dear Anthony Your dad will never be forgotten. He’s my best .dude.! I can’t say enough how great a guy and special friend he was and how much he always made me laugh. He loved you dearly and you were his whole life. He will forever be in my heart. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  9. John had such a great personality and he will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. It was a pleasure to work with him.

  10. Beth and Dan, we were so sorry to hear about John’s passing. Words cannot heal your pain. John was a very talented artist. You can always look at his art and enjoy the talent he made in such a short time. Brian and Brenda Murphy

  11. Vera and John Thinking of you, caring about you and wishing you comfort and peace. I lost my son a year and a half ago. It is so difficult

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