Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
MUSCATELLO, William Carl

MUSCATELLO, William Carl

WILLIAM CARL MUSCATELLO. Age 73. Beloved husband of Mary Ann (nee Kostal). Cherished father of Angela Silva (John), and William (Nancy), Denise, and Jason Muscatello. Devoted grandfather of Carissa, Christian, Dominic, Melena, Annalise, Maria, and William and great grandfather of Oliver. Dear brother of Mike (deceased), Charles, and Donald.

VISITATION WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH FROM 2-8 WITH A 7PM SERVICE ALL AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (between Ridge and Snow). If desired, donations can be made to St. Jude at stjude.org or 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN 38105. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com.

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  1. My cousin William aka billy
    Where do I start.
    You were a man of words,
    Always smiling, laughing and most of all loving.
    I know the pain won’t go away for me overnight but I know the best place for you is now with God, I didn’t want you to suffer neither did anyone else, you’ll always have a hole in my heart, if you ever feel like coming back. I love you cousin billy and always will.
    May you rest in peace in heaven now.
    Never ever forgotten.

  2. My sincerest condolences to my sister Maryann and her family on the passing of her husband Bill, father, grandfather, great grandfather. Rest in peace my dear brother in law. No longer in pain.

  3. I’m sorry for your loss. Peace of mind in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for William and all of mankind (Acts 24:15) is a comfort when received and shared (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

  4. Nobody I know called him William. He stopped at the house a few weeks ago. When I reached my hand out, he gently moved it aside, replacing it with a hearty hug. I was more than happy to see him after so many years…only difference being…the long, wavy, blond hair was replaced by a closer cropping. The conversation was great…remembering all the names and places…a mix of happy and a little sadness. Maybe I’ll see you and we’ll hug again, some time down the road, “Billy.” My deepest condolence to Mary Ann, family and friends.

  5. Nobody I know called him William. He stopped at the house a few weeks ago. When I reached my hand out, he gently moved it aside, replacing it with a hearty hug. I was more than happy to see him after so many years…only difference being…the long, wavy, blond hair was replaced by a closer cropping. The conversation was great…remembering all the names and places…a mix of happy and a little sadness. Maybe I’ll see you and we’ll hug again, some time down the road, “Billy.” My deepest condolence to Mary Ann, family and friends.

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