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John "Jack" Fiorvanti passed away suddenly on September 3, 2021 on St. Simons Island, Georgia. He was 66. Jack was born in Natick, MA and raised in Massapequa, LI, NY. He was one of six children in a large and prominent Irish-Italian family. He attended Massapequa HS and was a star wrestler for the Chiefs.
Jack then officiated wrestling and was considered one of the top officials in the Empire State. During his 40-year tenure Jack officiated the Nassau, Suffolk and CHSAA Championships.
Jack was predeceased by his son, Thomas John Fiorvanti ("TJ"); his parents Rudolph and Irene Fiorvanti; and brothers Rudy and Gerald
Fiorvanti, along with numerous aunts and uncles. Over the years, at the annual "Doppy Open" Memorial Golf Tournament, Jack
presented the Sportmanship Award in honor of his son - in a very touching and moving moment of the tournament.
Jack was a Town of Hempstead Public Safety Officer until retiring, he later moved to Georgia with his beloved wife Carol in 2019.
Jack loved people and people loved Jack. He was adored by all who were fortunate enough to know him.
He is survived by his loving wife, Carol Kenngott-Fiorvanti, daughter Kelly Gulliksen (Brendan) and brothers Ed Fiorvanti (Janice) and Tom Fiorvanti (Kammy), sister Mary Carman, in addition to cousins, aunts, uncles, step-children, friends and colleagues.
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