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DONALD AMODEO (DON)
Born: Apr 12, 1954
Date of Passing: Nov 13, 2022Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
April 12, 1954 - November 13, 2022
With heavy hearts we announce Don Amodeo passed away on November 13, 2022 in Winnipeg at the age of 68 years.
He is survived by his only son Josh Amodeo (Caitlin) and his grandchildren, Abby and Brandon Amodeo. He is also survived by his brothers, Dale, Morley, and Rob; as well as his sister Bernice. He was predeceased by his mother Brenda; father Joe; brother Mike; and his best friend Chris Brisson.
Memories and stories published by those who knew him are available at EthicalDeathCare.com.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 19, 2022
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
I’m so sorry to read about Don. I knew him for years when he was at the airport close to Jamie and Rhonda at Orbit Aircraft. We played darts and I worked at his office on occasion. I met Josh at that time when he was still a young boy traveling to see Don. It’s hard to imagine him all grown up with children of his own. We had been to his place in Dryden snowmobiling at which time I met Brenda. We lost touch when the businesses ar the airport closed or were sold. I’m so happy to hear he was a grandpa, he was a very proud Dad. May you Rest In Peace Love Tricia - Posted by: Tricia Krause (Good friends ) on: Nov 21, 2022
Don was a valued client. He was always kind, obliging and very respectful to our staff . He was funny and you just knew what kind of person he was by seeing how he treated his Mother when he would bring her for visits to Winnipeg. Our sincerest condolences to the family Angela D - Posted by: Angela Driedger (Friend ) on: Nov 21, 2022
My mentor and absolutely the foundation of my Aviation Career. A leader and a teacher who will be remembered with tremendous respect. Not only from me but the many he taught & supported throughout his years in aviation. Thank you, for teaching, leading, and giving so much. Not to mention the many smiles and laughs your sharp wit brought to those around you. Don Amedeo gave much to many. - Posted by: Malcolm Serrette (Friend) on: Nov 20, 2022
Oh our Donny! Where to begin? He was my brother’s (Chris) best friend and he became my big brother in the truest sense of the word! He was always there for me and my family and we loved him without reservation! Mom called him “wild and woolly Don” and he lived up to that name with gusto🤣 A personality as big as the world and a true charmer, the world is left with a pretty big void. Rest well my dear brother and give Chris a hug when you see him.I love you💔 - Posted by: Cheryl Brisson (Friend) on: Nov 20, 2022
You always hear about those people that light up a room when they enter, well my brother Don was one of those people. Always had a great scense of humor. I learned early on never play trivial persuit with him, he knew every answer...lol Thanks for the memories especially playing games, and fishing at the lodge. I definitely will miss you....goodbye bro,... Love Rob - Posted by: Robert M Amodeo (Brother) on: Nov 19, 2022
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