Nicholas Manganiello Obituary, Death – Nicholas Manganiello, age 46, of West Pittston, New York, passed away on Saturday, September 12, 2020, in the presence of his family at his house where he had been living. He lived in the Big Apple all his life. Carmen Manganiello, his mother, was from West Pittston, and Sharon O’Boyle Manganiello, his father, was from Wilkes-Barre. Both of his parents were born in Pennsylvania.
He was his parents’ son. On January 20, 1974, he was brought into this world in the city of Wilkes-Barre in the state of Pennsylvania. After completing his high school education at Seton Catholic High School, he found employment at Sabatelli’s Market in Pittston and enrolled in classes at the same location.
He followed the football team of the Oakland Raiders with a fervent passion and never missed a game of theirs. He placed a high importance not only on the time that he was able to spend with his two sons, but also on the time that he was able to spend engaging in activities like as fishing, cooking, piloting his drone, and, most importantly, spending time with his loved ones and friends.
His maternal grandparents, Vincent and Rosemary (Walsh) O’Boyle, left first, followed by his paternal grandparents, Anthony and Helen (Dente) Manganiello, and Helene Manganiello. His maternal grandfather died before his paternal grandparents did. Both of his grandfathers on his mother’s side were named Vincent, and his grandmother on that side was named Rosemary (Walsh). He was the only living member of his family to have survived (aunt).
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his children, Tyler Manganiello of Florida and Christian Manganiello of Dallas; his brother Patrick Manganiello and his wife, Deanne, of West Pittston; Carmen Manganiello and his wife, Kimberly, of Pinellas Park, Florida; Jeffrey Manganiello and his wife, Maria Joseph, of Wilkes-Barre; and Nicholas Manganiello and his wife, Nicole, of Mountain Top; his sister Melissa Ostroskie; and
Dr. Raghava Reddy Levaka Veera, Dr. Kim A. Reiss of the University of Penn, Dr. Luigi Spagnolini and Ann Marie Senese, Dr. Charles Manganiello, as well as the angels (nurses) and staff of the Frank M. and Dorothea Henry Cancer Center, have my utmost gratitude and appreciation.