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Nicholas Sarcone, 51, 'Loved by Everyone Who Knew Him'

Visiting Hours will be held on Wednesday from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at Dorsey. The Funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 10:00 AM at St. Augustine's Church in Ossining.

From Dorsey Funeral Home:

Nicholas J. Sarcone, 51, died Sunday, January 12, 2014. 
 
He was born to Eileen and Michael Sarcone, Aug 6, 1962, in Tarrytown, NY. Nick 
graduated from Hendrick Hudson High School in 1981 and served in the Marines. 

Nick married Tara (Ricottilli) Sarcone in 1986. Running his own business, they lived in Cortlandt Manor and built a family. 
 
Nicholas is survived by his wife, their children, Krystal, Nicholas Jr. and Emily 
Sarcone; and siblings Michael (Brenda), Eileen, Dori, Charlie (Kathleen), his aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Nicholas was predeceased by Armando Sarcone, and by his grandfather (Papa Nick). 
 
Intimately connected to his community, he was loved by everyone that knew him. 

Nick was known for his humble, charismatic nature. Whatever was going on in his life, he'd easily made everyone's day and carried a positive energy with him. 

Handsome, thoughtful and willing to help just anybody in need he was easily the 
best husband and father anyone could ask for. His memory and spirit will live on 
through his family and friends. 
 
A member of the VFW, American Legion, and the Marine Corps League, he passed away peacefully with wife and kids by his side. 
 
Sempre fidelis.
 
Visiting Hours will be held on Wednesday from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at Dorsey. The 
Funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 10:00 AM at St. Augustine's Church in Ossining. The interment will be private.

Dorsey Funeral Home, Inc.
14 Emwilton Pl., Ossining
914-941-0167
ED HICKEY January 15, 2014 at 10:29 AM
Nick had become a very good friend that I, and I imagine so many others, thought the world of. He was a neighbor, then a good friend; we found out we were cousins, though by that time Nick was a man I would call a brother. A warm hearted man who loved to put a smile on anyone's face. he was a man of his word ... genuine ... and what he said he meant. Nick Sarcone was a loving son, husband, father, and brother; any time his wife Tara, nobody could have guessed that 28 years of marriage had gone by because he smiled as if they were newly in love. He also spoke often of his son Nick, whom it was obvious to this writer that he adored and was proud of; i do know he had other children, one of which was a daughter that he was so happy was present with him and Tara during a recent trip to the US Marine Corp. museum in D.C. i am unable to come close in doing this uniquely remarkable man justice so I will conclude by saying I knew him and I loved him! Nick, Semper Fi brother!! Farewell marine, farewell friend

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