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Silverio Mazzella

Silverio Mazzella

December 21st, 1959 April 3rd, 2020

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Obituary for Silverio Stephen Mazzella

Silverio “Sil” Mazzella, DMD, 60 passed away April 3, 2020 from complications of Covid-19. Sil was born on December 21, 1959. He graduated from Fordham University and went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry from Boston University.
Sil was a fun-loving, sincere, caring man who always put family first. Spending time with his wife and taking part in his children’s activities was top priority. He enjoyed Yankee and Ranger games, especially with one of his many long-time buddies. Sil played floor hockey for many years with his legendary team know as “THE FOG” and was also a member of the Knights Of Columbus bowling league for many years where he recently bowled a perfect 300. He found peace in gardening, had a passion for cooking, enjoyed discussing history, current events and always had a story to tell.
Sil was a devoted husband to Marilyn (Liscio) Mazzella, loving father to his beautiful daughters Kristen, Lauren and Jessica, son of Dr. Luigi, and Stella Mazzella, (previously deceased), and beloved oldest brother of Louis, John, David and Jennifer (Cassidy). He is also survived by many cherished nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended in-law family.
Due to the current situation, we are unable to have a traditional wake and funeral. There will be a gathering at a later date to honor and celebrate Sil.

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Pete & Dina

We were his patients for over 25 years. He always spent extra time conversing with us. We enjoyed hearing about his family and their vacations. We followed him from his practice on East 233rd Street to the new office on Tremont Avenue which he was so happy to be a part of. We are truly sorry for your lost. He will always be in our prayers. With deepest sympathy, Pete & Dina
Comment | Posted at 07:30pm via Condolence
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Frank Bolzern. BUSGD 87

He was our core. His spirt and soul continues to bring his friends even closer. Rest In Peace Sil.
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Theresa Frawley

So sorry. You were a great man Sil. RIP. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Theresa Frawley.
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Lorraine

May God bless you and bring you comfort as you take one day at a time.
Lorraine Weiglein-Nafie
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Donna pinto

To the family we are so sorry he was a great dentist, from day one we felt like we knew him for years. Rip my friend . You will always be missed!❤️ Angelo & Donna pinto
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