Joseph W. Pannutti

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Joseph W. Pannutti

Joseph W. Pannutti Joseph W. (Tyrone) Pannutti, 86, of Hillsville passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, at Beeghly Oaks in Youngstown, Ohio.
Joseph was born in Hillsville on Jan. 14, 1932, son of the late Joseph and Lucy Zarello Pannutti.
He spent most of his life in Hillsville with the exception of the time he spent in Japan as a soldier in the Army during the Korean War.
Tyrone retired from the P&LE Railroad as a track foreman.
He was a loving husband and father, was Catholic and affiliated with the St. Lawrence Church in Hillsville.
His first wife, Barbara Jean Gorgul, preceded him in death, but he is survived by his wife, the former Susan L. Clyde, whom he married on April 4, 1968, and they recently celebrated 50 years together.
Tyrone enjoyed baseball and, as a teen, traveled and tried out for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He also enjoyed softball and was manager and player and organizer of Ty's AC softball team that played at Progressive Field in Mahoningtown. He also enjoyed bodybuilding throughout his life and was once crowned Mr. Youngstown.
Tyrone loved to dance and loved his family above all else.
He is survived by his wife, Susan; sons, Tim Pannutti and Robert Pannutti, all of Hillsville; and daughter, Michelle (William) DiLullo, of Canfield, Ohio. He is also survived by a sister, Dorothy Miller of Girard; and brother, Don (Evelyn) Pannutti of Bessemer.
Joseph was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Suzy Jo; sisters, Mary Marriotti, Josephine Purvis and Florence Freed; and brothers, Albert and James.
Visitation will be noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Terry A. Cunningham Funeral Home at 203 Oak St., Bessemer.
A blessing services will follow at 2 p.m. Saturday with Deacon John Curran officiating. Burial will be in St Lawrence Cemetery.
Published on August 8, 2018
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