Carmine Tomeo, 66

Carmine Tomeo, 66, formerly of Ellwood City, took an unexpected trip to the Pearly Gates (where I’m sure he’s showing St. Peter a more efficient method of admitting guests) Friday, December 11, 2020 at his residence in New Milford, NJ.

Born August 13, 1954 he was the son of the late Anthony J. Tomeo and Violet Paswell Tomeo, who preceded him in death.

He was for many years a manufacturer’s representative in the jewelry business. Carmine was (and still from on high) an avid Steelers fan. He was very active in the Fantasy Football League, “Ray’s Angels,” where he diligently served as the commissioner, and was affectionately known as, “The Commish.”

Survivors include a daughter, Melina Tomeo of Pittsburgh; a sister Giorgina (Louis) Sbarro of Ellwood, Anthony Tomeo, jr of New Castle and Mark (Eilene Seng) Tomeo of Allison Park, John And Veronica Turner family of New Milford, NJ, numerous nieces, one nephew, his cigar buddies at Jergels and numerous friends and acquaintances to many to name.

Carmine was a Roman Catholic. A private service will be held on Thursday, December 17,2020 at the Marshall’s Funeral Home, 200 Fountain Ave, Ellwood City. Internment will follow at the Holy Redeemer Cemetery, also located in Ellwood City.

Memorial Contributions may be made to The American Heart Association in Carmine’s name and online condolences may be sent to

10 thoughts on “Carmine Tomeo, 66

  1. Giorgina, I’m so sorry to hear this sad news. You are in my thoughts and I’m sending love and sympathy to you and your family. Jonnie Ann

    • I can’t explain how my heart felt when I read this. Carmine and I were laughing about how you and I wanted “to fix up” Betty Lou and my brother. I would like to stay in touch with you if possible. (

  2. We had a lot of good years together and have always continued to stay in touch. Of course nothing could ever break our beautiful bond.
    Thank you for the best gift of my life. Our daughter Melina. Rest In Peace !

  3. Dear Mark,
    So sorry to hear thissad news. My sincere condolences and prayers for you, your brother, and family during this time.

  4. Melina
    What a fun, light hearted and engaging guy with a Great sense of humor. The many get togethers and occasional run in with the two of you were always met with kindness a handshake and a huge smile. That’s how I’ll remember your dad. Also the love and adoration that he had for his beloved daughter and the fun and tenderness of your relationship. Lucky You and Lucky Him to have had each other to share in that love. You’re in my thoughts and prayers always.

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