John Yves "Frenchy" Mazzoleni

  • Died: January 3, 2021
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

William Slater II Funeral Service

1650 Greentree Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Tel. (412) 563-2800

Tribute & Message From The Family


Age 74. of Scott Twp., on Sunday, January 3, 2021. Beloved husband of the late Sara "Star" Carinci Mazzoleni. Survived by his children: Dom Mamone and Gina Concannon, mother-in-law: Susan Carinci, sister-in-law: Julia (Tony) Novalis, nephews: Roland (Becky), Roy and Anthony Novalis III, nieces: Rose (Chris), Sherry (Tom), Michele (Joe), and Natalie Fehervari. Also survived by a blessed amount of great & great-great nieces and nephews from the Mazzoleni, Conners, Lepore, Despres, Hieronimus, Trant and Novalis families. Preceded in death by his parents: Pasquale and Amata Seghezzi Mazzoleni, brothers Ermond (Ida) and Raymond (Mary), niece: Donna (John), and father-in-law: Dominic Carinci. John was affectionately known by most as "Uncle John". He was born Jean Yves in Carcassone, France, emigrated to the United States with his mother, following his father and brothers, settled and grew up in Pittsburgh. John became a PROUD Naturalized citizen in 1956. He was a graduate of Peabody High School and Robert Morris College with a BS in Business Administration. John was and Army Vietnam veteran. He worked with his family in their restaurants, Frenchy's on 6th Street downtown and La Cite' in the North Hills. John entered real estate in the 1980's as a Realtor and went on to become a Broker and Educator. He helped countless students to obtain their real estate license with a passionate and animate teaching style. Many of his infamous catch phrases, like: "Coffee for 1 Pistols for 2" will live on in the minds of his students. Family and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Raphael the Archangel Parish, SS. Simon & Jude Church, 1607 Greentree Rd., Saturday, 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the family towards memorial at Animal Friends. Arrangements entrusted to WILLIAM SLATER II FUNERAL SERVICE (412-563-2800), 1650 Greentree Road, Scott Twp 15220. www.slaterfuneral.com


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Uncle John! It was a true honor to know and work with you! You taught me plenty while cooking and catering. You always had a smile and would always tell you the truth, You and Star were a power couple! I am sure you setting things right in your next stage . Love you and you will truly be missed by many friends and family! To those of us left behind, he will live on in hearts and our minds. I am sure we will think of him and a smile will come to our face, maybe a little giggle remembering something he did or said and make our day a little bit brighter.

Rest in peace, Uncle John!

Love Cindy and Libby DeSimone

Posted by Cindy DeSimone - Homosassa, FL - Coworker   January 07, 2021

John,
My hope is that you are reading this or can at least hear me talking to you as I write this.
I miss you so much already!
I keep waiting for the phone to ring and to hear your voice on the line saying, "mama, bring me home with my kitties and you please". Well, you are truly home now but, not with the kitties and me. You are truly home, with our Heavenly Father and I know that Star was waiting to greet you with open arms and you two are together again. I hope and pray that I am taking care of things the way you wanted them to be.
Your kitties are with me and I will keep them and love them, until it is their time to cross the Rainbow Bridge to join you.

I am so very grateful to God, that He chose me, to care for you, over these last few years and to be with you as you transitioned, from this life into your life in Heaven. I pray that I was helpful in making the transition a painless, comfortable and happy one.

I am sending all my love to your family and friends, that are saddened and grieving, that you are no longer here with us on Earth. I am praying for Our Lord, to wrap His Loving Arms around them and Comfort them.

I also pray that you are now longer in pain and are dancing the Waltz, with your Beloved Star. Save a dance for me, for we shall meet again in The Eternal Kingdom.

My God Bless your eternal soul.

Love,
M

Posted by Melinda Pisano - Pittsburgh, PA - Friend   January 07, 2021