Mitchell Stackeni

Date of Death: November 15, 2016
St. Rose of Lima Church
1901 Chester Pike
Eddystone, PA 19022
Friday 11/18, 9:00 am - 9:45 am
Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery
1600 S. Sproul Rd.
Springfield, PA 19064
Friday 11/18
St. Rose of Lima Church
1901 Chester Pike
Eddystone, PA 19022
Friday 11/18, 10:00 am

StackeniMitchell, age 88, longtime resident of Woodlyn, PA on November 15, 2016.He was the owner and operator of Stacky’s Hoagie Shack in Chester, PA.He was the husband of the late Frances and is survived by his sister, Mary and brother-in-law, Al Maiocco.Predeceased by his daughter, Donna Stackeni and sons, Anthony and Vincent Stackeni. He wasContinue Reading

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left a message on November 18, 2016:
To all of you, my deepest sympathy. May God bless and comfort you now. I am unable to attend the services due to work, however I just had to send my condolences for a great man who was always very nice to me when I went to the hoagie shop. You never forget those individuals who take the time to make you feel special. More than ever, we need more people like Mitch.

Debbie McNeil
Chester, Pa.
James Molieri left a message on November 17, 2016:
We know all to well how devastating it is to lose someone you love. If words could take the pain away, I wish I knew them. I hope you find peace in knowing Mitch is in a much better place with Fran and is always looking down on you with love. Know that we are here for you in whatever you need during this difficult time. All our love from our family to yours. The Molieri Family
Gina (Giampalmi) Mesko left a message on November 16, 2016:
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Maiocco, Linda, Ricky & families,
We are so sorry for your loss. Mr. Stackeni was one of the most generous, kind, & jolly people in the whole world. We will really miss him. Love, Gina (Giampalmi) & Joe Mesko
left a message on November 16, 2016:
I had the pleasure of treating Mitch and his extraordinary wife,Fran."Stackys" was more than a hoagie shop, it was a place to hang-out for the neighborhood.Mitch was not a complicated man;He loved his Family and Garden.My sympathies to the family.
L Luke Cellini MD
Danjolell Memorial Homes and Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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