John Gulotta Obituary, Death – John Gulotta passed away while he was surrounded by the people he loved the most in the entire world. He had been ill for some time. He was the beloved son of John Gulotta and Rose Gulotta, to whom he was born on January 28, 1945, in Norristown. Both of his parents passed away before he was born (nee Catania). After completing high school, John wed Juliann (who would later become Martinelli), the woman he would spend the rest of his life with, and the couple went on to have two children together.
They were together for a total of 53 wonderful years as a couple. John worked for a number of years as a skilled auto mechanic before beginning his career in auto sales at Lankford Buick GMC. Prior to this, John spent a number of years honing his skills as an auto salesman. Although gardening and spending time outside were two of his go-to pastime activities, he considered his family to be the most important factor in determining his level of happiness in life.
Patty Piergiovanni (Nick), Joann Logan, and John Gulotta were blessed to have John as their doting and devoted father. John was a devoted husband. In addition to being a beloved grandfather, he was a friend to a very large number of people, including Nicky, Anthony, Joey, Kelsey, and Rachel. Because he was truly one in a million, everyone who knew and loved John will experience a profound sense of loss upon learning of his passing.
On Monday a celebration of John’s life will take place from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, immediately followed by his Memorial Service, which will begin at 12:00 PM at the Boyd-Horrox-Givnish Life Celebration Home of East Norriton, which is located at 200 West Germantown Pike. This event will take place at the Boyd-Horrox-Givnish Life Celebration Home of East Norriton.
Family members and close friends are cordially invited to attend. Masks are required to be worn at all times, and attendees are expected to keep a socially acceptable distance from one another at all times. In lieu of sending flowers to the funeral home, donations to the American Cancer Society can be made in John’s memory. You can find more information here.