Joseph Ciccone

September 07, 1932 - May 24, 2018

Visitation: Tuesday 4-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Service: Wednesday 10 a.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Joseph Ciccone of West View passed away on Thursday, May 24, 2018. Husband of the late Angelina A. (Ruscitto) Ciccone; loving father of Rosemary DeWeese (James), Christopher Ciccone ( Sandra), Patrick Ciccone (Rhonda) and the late David Ciccone. Brother of Martin Ciccone, Nicholas Ciccone and Anna Marie Mieszkowski; proud grandfather of Jacob and Gabriele DeWeese.

Joe was the owner of North Hills Sales and Service since 1964. He enjoyed spending time at his shop, in his garden and taking long walks with his grandchildren.

Friends received Tuesday 4-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, INC. 806 Perry Highway, North Hills, where a Blessing Service will be held Wednesday 10 a.m.

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  • Bryan Hinds

    My dad used North Hills Sales & Service dating back to around 1972. I have been going to Joe to get lawn mowers and snow blowers fixed since I can remember. Always a nice and pleasant man to deal with. Although I didn’t know him very well I will miss seeing him and wish his family the best.

  • Dave Gurtner

    Joe was a truly kind man. 30+ years ago he took the time to teach me about how to work on engines when I was just a kid. I loved his quick wit and sense of humor. You never knew just what he was going to say. Who knew that used lawnmower parts were “experienced”, “previously owned”, or “vintage”? Coming to his shop was like stepping into his living room – everybody was welcomed as a friend. Rest in peace, my friend.

  • Pamela Wolf

    Peace, prayers & loving thoughts to the DeWeese & all family members.

  • Scott Diemert

    Chris and rest of family I’m so sorry to hear about your dad!! Scott

  • J. Man

    Chris, we love you and sorry for your loss.

  • Dick Stevens

    Chris and family,

    My sincere condolences on the passing of this wonderful man. One wouldn’t think a trip to the service shop would be fun, but Joe’s welcoming nature, unique humor, and sense of fairness made it so. For 40 years I both trusted him and valued him as a friend. I will miss him, but good people like Joe will most assuredly, and deservedly, rest in eternal peace.

  • Ronald Ross

    I will miss you “brother”.

  • robert waag

    With Deepest Sympathy.
    May it comfort you to know
    That your loved one
    is at peace
    and in the loving arms
    of our Lord.
    Bob & Anna Waag

  • Peter Brown

    My deepest sympathy to the Ciccone family my prayers are with you. Joe will be missed so much it is hard to put into words he just had a way about him that when I would stop it was like spending time with my uncles. The stories and the knowledge he passed on to me and I’am sure a lot of others will never be forgotten.

    Thank you for your military service and travel well my friend. I will miss you.

  • Tom and Sue Bell

    Chris and Sandy and Family,

    Sorry to hear of the death of your Father! He was a great person and help me a lot when it came to lawn equipment and always treated me very well but I think that is how he treated everyone! May it help you to know that thoughts and prayers are being sent your way to sustain and strengthen you during this time of loss! May the Peace of Christ be with you today, tomorrow, and always! God Bless! Tom and Sue Bell

  • Leonard Dybowski

    I was very sorry to hear about Joe’ passing. He would fix my lawnmower at the most reasonable price.He was the kindest ,heart-warming fun guy who showed a lot of humility just by talking with him. There were a lot of people in his shop and he would always give his attention to everyone in a humorous way. He would tell me to keep your lawnmower as long as you can because these new ones are made of plastic.Eternal rest grant unto him our Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him.

  • Pete Ferraro

    Chris and family,

    So sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. He was a very special individual and had a heart of gold. It was a true pleasure to have work done at the shop. He was always upbeat and lifted my spirits. I will truly miss him and his contagious smile and laughter.


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