Thomas Gamrat

Obituary of Thomas E. Gamrat

On Friday November 27, 2020, Thomas Eugene Gamrat, loving husband to Rosanne, father to Danielle and Jacqueline, and grandfather Brandon passed away at the age of 65. Tom was born April 1st, 1955 in New York to Grace and John Gamrat. He is survived by his siblings Maryellen, John, Dennis, and his honorary sibling Bob Gravino (deceased). He graduated from Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary. On August 1st, 1976 he married his high school sweetheart Rosanne Criscuolo, daughter to Philip (deceased) and Jean Criscuolo. They welcomed their two children; Jacqueline and Danielle in 1982 and 1984 respectively. Jacqueline was married to Howard Berger on March 26th, 2016. Tom welcomed his only grandson Brandon into the world on January 26th, 2019. He was also beloved brother in law to Philip Criscuolo, Joe Kien, and Lisa Gamrat. Loving uncle to James and John Gamrat. He had a passion for all things related to the church. He was an Usher at Maria Regina, former president of the Holy Name Society, member of the Knights of Columbus, and member of the order of the Ancient Hibernians. When Tom was not busy with church functions he could be seen around the neighborhood walking his beloved dogs Sambucca, Blitzen, and Dasher. Tom also loved the NY Mets, the University of Miami sports teams, and college football. Tom will most be remembered for his huge smile and infectious laugh. He was a loyal friend to many and enjoyed a good corny joke. He loved the warm weather of Florida and long walks on the boardwalk. He will be missed by all those his life was fortunate to have touched.
Thursday
3
December

Visitation

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday, December 3, 2020
William E. Law Inc.
1 ​Jerusalem Avenue
Massapequa, New York, United States
(516) 541-8070
Friday
4
December

Funeral Mass

11:30 am
Friday, December 4, 2020
Maria Regina RC Church
3945 Jerusalem Avenue
Seaford, New York, United States
5167982415

Interment

St. Charles Cemetery
2015 Wellwood Avenue
Farmingdale, New York, United States
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