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Carl L.
Mancino

April 4, 1940 – September 11, 2021

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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— James Funeral Home & Cremation Service PC
"I will remember all of the good times that we had. You were always so sweet and kind."
— Crystal Ciccone
"Dearest Aunt Betty and Anthony Cristofolo Families: So sorry to hear of the sudden death of your brother Carl. We will always remem..."
— Sheree Petrignani and family
"Carl was a fantastic force, with so much positive energy. He shall be greatly missed."
— Allen Smith and Joe Mannino
"Carl will be greatly missed, he was a wonderful man. My Mom and I have been acquainted with him for many years as we have always gone ..."
— Susan Dominico Rumfield
"I personally met Carl 6 years ago. I remember seeing him n giving him my money to get into Diamonz back in the day. He was always nice to..."
— Vicki
"Missing you so much 😢 "
— Princess
"You will be missed just saw you at Stuck Like Glue at the civic theatre."
— john f belin jr.
"Carl rest in Gods arms..fly high in the Heavens with Giselle....you will forever be in all our hearts I LOVE YOU CARL XOXOXO"
— Apollo King
"RIP my dear friend, now you can direct the shows upstairs., Don’t let Giselle take over the show and make all Spanish!, love you both..."
— Al Ms.Alicia Sosa
"You were always a pleasure. Always so full of gusto and loving every inch of this life. I’m sorry we never got to put that book together...."
— Althea Ruffin

Obituary for Carl L. Mancino

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Carl L. Mancino, 81 of Palmer Twp., passed away suddenly on Saturday, Sep. 11, 2021. Born in Easton, he was the son of the late Antonio and Mary Jane (Petrignani) Mancino. Carl was proud of his service in the United States Coast Guard and was the owner of Imperial Coiffures Ltd. In Palmer Twp. He was also the owner of the former, Inn at Heyers Mill in Bushkill Twp. A staunch advocate in the LGBT community, he was a founding member of Fighting AIDS Continuously Together (FACT), (an all volunteer organization) and served on their board continuously until his passing, including posts as president for several terms and chaired of many events. During Carl's time with the organization he was instrumental with FACT raising over 3 Million dollars of which Carl was very proud to be a part of. He was also very active in the local theater scene where you could find him acting, singing and dancing. Or even showing off his directing abilities. he was involved in productions with civic theater , Guthsville Playhouse, Pennsylvania Playhouse, and countless other theater companies. Carl was also one of the original 30 who danced on American Band Stand. Carl was also proud of his Italian heritage and was a parishioner of St. Anthony of Padua R. C. Church, Easton.

Survivors: He is survived by his son, Tony (former wife, Susan), his beloved grandchildren, Catherine and Carl J. (fiancé, Megan Hahn) Mancino, sister, Elizabeth Curto, dear friend, William Santiago, his former wife, Darlyne and many nieces, nephews and relatives. He was also preceded in death by his companion of 19 years, Norberto F. Melendez, and brother, Alex Mancino.

Services: relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Friday from 6-8:00 PM followed by a sharing of memories at 8:00 PM in the JAMES FUNERAL HOME 527 Center St., Bethlehem and on Saturday from 10:30-11:15AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial 11:30AM all in St. Anthony of Padua R.C. Church, 9th and Lehigh St., Easton. Burial - St. Anthony Cemetery. More info at www.jamesfuneralhome.org

Contributions: Contributions to assist the family with funeral expenses or to FACT - C/O the James Funeral Home, 527 Center St. Bethlehem PA 18018 would be appreciated.

COVID-19 Restrictions: With the change in COVID-19 restrictions and out of caution for those with compromised immune systems, undergoing chemo therapy young children or are elderly, We encourage you to please wear a mask for your own safety and for others. We thank you for your understanding.

Live - Streaming: The Funeral Mass will be live-streamed. To watch the services, please click on the Photos and Videos Tab from the menu and then click on Webcasting. The Streaming will go live at approximately 5 minutes prior to each service.

NOTE: Due to a problem with the number of viewers that signed on to watch the sharing of memories the system crashed. We have recorded the services and it will be posted the website by Monday Morning. We are working to make sure this does not happen for the Mass on Saturday. Thank you for your understanding. It will be posted by Monday.


First Visitation

When Friday, September 17th, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
James Funeral Home & Cremation Service, PC
Address
527 Center Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Location Information
Between Market and Broad Streets on Center Street.

Second Visitation

When Saturday, September 18th, 2021 10:30am - 11:15am
Location
St. Anthony R. C. Church
Address
9th and Lehigh Streets
Easton, PA 18042

Service Information

When
Saturday, September 18th, 2021 11:30am
Location
St. Anthony R. C. Church
Address
9th and Lehigh Streets
Easton, PA 18042
Service Extra Info
Live - Streaming: The Funeral Mass will be live-streamed. To watch the services, please click on the Photos and Videos Tab from the menu and then click on Webcasting. The Streaming will go live at approximately 5 minutes prior to each service. Funeral Mass will be Saturday morning at 11:30 AM.

Interment Information

Location
St. Anthony's Parish Cemetery
Address
Cedarville Rd.
Easton, PA 18042
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