Nick Tomasello

Finney Funeral Homes

Obituaries | The Tube City Almanac | January 08, 2021

Nick Tomasello, 91 of Glassport, passed away on Thursday, January 7 th, 2021 at Jefferson Hospital. He was born on March 14, 1929, in Glassport to the late Dominic and Josephine Tornabene Tomasello. Nick was the loving husband of 41 years to the surviving Margaret Gaza Tomasello.

Nick proudly served his country with the United States Army as a Staff Sargent and Medic in the Korean War. He was a member of the Citizens Hose Company 1 Volunteer Fire Department in Glassport, where he was the oldest member after serving 72 years. Nick was also a former councilman of Glassport. He enjoyed being involved in politics, shooting pool, and playing poker. He worked as a millwright for U.S. Steel, where he retired from.

He is survived by his son, Vincent James (Donna) Tomasello, of Simpsonville South Carolina, daughters Josephine T (Aaron) Pikovsky of North Huntingdon, Theresa M. (Scott) DeCecco, of Liberty Boro, and Mary F. Tomasello, of Mooresville, North Carolina, step-children, Charles (Linda) Gaza, of Coneautville, PA, Catherine Daum, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, David Gaza, of Clairton, Carolyn Gaza, of Clairton, Claire Dehnoo, of Clairton, six grandchildren, six step-grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, five step-great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Nick Tomasello was preceded in death by his brothers, Vincent and Phillip, and sisters Frances and Mary.  Family and friends will be received on Sunday, January 10 th from 1 pm- 4 pm at E.C. FINNEY FUNERAL HOME, 235 Monongahela Ave, Glassport, PA 15045. A service will follow at 4:00 pm. Interment will follow on May 7 th, 2021 at Round Hill Cemetery in Elizabeth at 11:00 am, with full military honors. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in his memory to: Citizens Hose Company 1 Volunteer Fire Department, 525 Allegheny Ave, Glassport, PA 15045. Online condolences may be offered at

Originally published January 08, 2021.

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