Gerald "Jerry" Natoli

Died: April 4, 2014
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Gerald (Jerry) F. Natoli, 47, of Smithville Flats, NY died in Willet, NY as a result of an automobile accident Friday April 4, 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Janice Natoli, Smithville Flats, NY. He is survived by his daughter, Haley E. Natol, of Livonia, NY; sisters, Mary (Mike) Broadhead, Kennebunkport, ME; Pamela (Duane) Denniston, Clearwater, FL and a brother, Thomas (Ellen) Natoli, Rochester, NY; special aunt and uncle, Lyle and Patricia Tredo, Smithville Flats, NY; along with his loving nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Jerry was employed at Southco in Honeoye Falls, NY for 19 years and enjoyed living at Cincinnatus Lake for the last 9 months. He adored his daughter Haley and was so blessed to have her in his life. He would say his accomplishment in life was being a father. He was such a joy to be around, never a dull moment. He will be missed by all.
Memorial Services will be held Saturday at 11 am from the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street, Endicott, with the Reverend Father Donald Bourgeois, Pastor of St. Ambrose Church, Endicott, officiating.

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Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Time: 11:00 am


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Karen Simmons posted on 4/10/14

Jerry was my friend for 15 years and my husband for 10. Although we ended up going our separate ways I loved and cared for him very much. His daughter, Haley, was truly his greatest joy in life and he was very proud of her accomplishments and goals. Haley was recently teaching her Dad how to use Skype in order for them to stay in touch face-to-face while he lived in Smithville Flats and she attended Nursing school in Rochester. He was never strong with computer skills but put forth the effort to learn for her. He was devoted to his faith and being welcomed into heaven was very important to him. I wish him peace and love as he's welcomed into the arms of our heavenly Father. Jerry, you will be missed by every life you touched. I love you!!