Fr. Charles A. Mezzomo

August 31, 1945 - September 21, 2009
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Reverend Charles A. Mezzomo, 64, of Gary, IN passed away on Monday, September 21, 2009. He is survived by his brother: William (Theresa) Mezzomo; nephews: Alexander and Steven Mezzomo. Visitation will be on Thursday, September 24, 2009 from 6:00-10:00 PM at St. Josephat Ukrainian Catholic Church, 1550 Ridge Rd. Munster, IN. Funeral service will beContinue Reading

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Fr. Richard J. Whetstone left a message on September 24, 2009:
For all you have done for the Church. may yor reap the reward as a good and faithful servant.Vichnaja pamjat!
Rev. Ronald J. Hatton left a message on September 24, 2009:
During my time in seminary, Fr. Charles was a good priest to me and a number of seminarians at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Seminary in Pittsburgh. He will be missed. Vicnaja jemu pamjat'!
Evie Caron left a message on September 23, 2009:
Many many years ago Fr. Charles con-celebrated the mass at my wedding. Fr. Charles was a dear friend of my family. He would visit my parents and enjoy a homecooked meal with us often. Now he is resting peacefully, without pain, without frustration, and worry, without suffering.. He will always be remembered and loved.
Andrij Fal left a message on September 23, 2009:
I knew Fr. Charles since I was an altar boy. He was a big influence on my life. May his soul be with the Creator of us all.Vichnaya Pamiat.Andy & family
Mrs. Lillian Hashim left a message on September 23, 2009:
Fr. Charles was a dear friend of the family. I remember when he was the Assistant Pastor at St. Peter and Paul Church in Ansonia, Ct. He would stop by our house to visit or have dinner with us. My late husband and I were friends with his parents and visited with them in New Jersey. He officiated at the marriage of my oldest daughter Eva. Later in life when he was a Pastor at St. Nicholas Church in Indiania, I had the chance to visit him and share in the celebration of the anniversary of his church. I had the pleasure of meeting his friends and parishioners and sharing several meals with them. He will always be in my memories and prayers. Right now I know that he and my husband are in Heaven talking about old times, good food and perhaps me.
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