During these very trying times we at Donohue Cecere Funeral Home want to assure you that we have taken every precaution to provide a safe environment for you and your loved ones. Our location is cleaned and sanitized daily and we continue to follow best practices for social distancing and safety.
In accordance with Executive Order 202.17 (which requires any individual over age two, and able to medically tolerate a face-covering, be required to cover their nose and mouth with a mask or cloth face-covering when in a public place) we are required to follow this mandate or risk being shut down; therefore, all individuals entering our funeral home will be asked to wear a face mask or cloth face covering.
As of the latest update we are able to offer limited visitation periods in the funeral home for family and friends up to 40 people per session. Please be mindful when visiting during these sessions to limit the amount of time spent at the funeral home. This will give the opportunity for other family and friends to visit.
Nathan “Nat” Caruso, grew up in Canarise, Brooklyn. He graduated from Brooklyn Automotive High School where he enjoyed competitive running on his high school track team. Nathan, served in the U.S. Naval Reserve as Aviation Mechanic then later served in the U.S. Air Force as Aviation Electrician. A versatile man with many talents, Nathan enjoyed woodworking and crafting custom shoji doors. He also worked as a waiter in Albert’s French Restaurant in NYC where he met many famous personalities including master painter, Salvatore Dali. Nathan, was employed by Servo Corporation on America, in the testing and repair of navigation and radio direction finding equipment, for government contracts. He later became employed with the NYC Board of Education and was appointed maintenance shop supervisor, with numerous responsibilities, including overseeing skilled mechanics and conducting on site safety inspections in the city schools. Nathan, enjoyed many hobbies which included swimming, spear fishing, flamenco dancing, archery and hunting. He also enjoyed traveling and taking cruises to the Caribbean with the “love of his life, his wife, Dolores”. He is now reunited with his parents, Josephine and Andrew Caruso, and brother, John Caruso. He is survived by his loving wife, Dolores, his niece, Susan, nephew Ronald, sister-in-law, Jean; cousins, Gloriann, Tina, Carol, Robert and John; great-nephews, Adam and Aaron, and their families.
An extremely kind, gentle, and spirited man, with a witty sense of humor, he will truly be missed by family, friends and neighbors.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association
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