Joseph D'Amato

Joseph Victor D'Amato

Tuesday, September 13th, 1955 - Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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Tim Kelley

Posted at 01:14am
My family (the Kelley’s) and Jackie’s family (the Castanon’s) would like to extend our sincere condolences to the D’Amato family on the loss of your brother, Joe. We are so sorry John, Jeannie, and Victoria for the loss of your brother. And we also offer our condolences to Joe’s nieces and nephews.

We always enjoyed having Joe over for dinners at the Kelley and the Castanon families. Joe was over at the Castanon’s for Christmas dinner eight months ago and we remember his wonderful laugh as we all shared stories around the dinner table.

I met Joe in 1969 when we both played on the Freshmen Football team at St. Bernard’s High School. Years later, Joe was my best man when my wife, Jackie, and I got married. Jackie and I have so many great memories with Joe over the years. We will miss him greatly.

Joe was a very giving person. He would get up at any hour to take me to one of the many surgeries I had over the last decade. Joe had a warm smile and a terrific sense of humor. He was a good man and a wonderful friend. Rest in Peace, Joe.

Tim and Jackie Kelley


Annie zuckerman

Posted at 06:05pm
I will truly miss my friend. He was constantly trying to get me to act in his films, but I always refused. I’ll be the first to admit I have no talent for it. I did, however, help him edit his Dragon Lady scripts for him working in the background. He was kind, considerate and generous to a fault. I will sorely miss him.

mary sessom

Posted at 01:47pm
I wish I could have shared with Joe the premier of his last movie. It was fun filming it with him. It would have been fun watching it with the writer, director, producer, and star. I will greatly miss our college football conversations. Go 'Horns. Go Trojans. Mary

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