Angelo DiMartino

September 15, 1927 - May 12, 2020

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Angelo DiMartino of Massapequa, NY passed away of natural causes on May 12 , at the age of 92. Beloved husband of Estelle who predeceased him in 2016 and beloved father of Frances and John. Cherished grandfather to Dusty, Andrew, Alexandra and John Paul. Great grandfather to five wonderful great grandchildren. Angelo received a BAContinue Reading

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Howard Friedman left a message on August 20, 2023:
Mr. DiMartino was one of the best teachers I ever had. He challenged you and cared about you as a person. Having retired as a physician, after 48 1/2 years, I have tried to seek out those who gave to me so that I might give to others. In my belated searches for those giants upon his shoulders I stood, I only hope that this testament brings a smile to his family, just as I remember his smile still to this day. Howard Friedman WHHS Class of ‘69
Janet Lanza left a message on May 22, 2020:
I took general biology and Advanced Placement Biology from Dr. West Hempstead High School. He was a great and dedicated teacher. I remember him caring about the progress of his students and his enthusiasm for biology. He was a factor that made me decide to be a biology major in college (and then go on for graduate work and teaching and research at the university level). I'm glad he had such a long a full life (skiing at 84!). Condolences to his family. Janet Lanza WHHS 1965
Susan Moses Bloom left a message on May 22, 2020:
Mr. DiMartino was one of the most inspiring teachers in my life. Even though I became a concertizing cellist and professor, he had inspired me to considering going into medicine. I loved all the experiments that we did and have a deep respect for natural science because of him. My sincere condolences to all his family. Susan Moses WHHS '65
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