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George A. Camuso
February 3, 1953 ~ November 11, 2022 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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CANFIELD – George A. Camuso, 69, of Canfield passed away Friday morning, November 11, 2022, at his residence with his loving wife by his side.
George was born on February 3, 1953 to Anthony J. “Tony” and Jean DiLallo Camuso in Youngstown, Ohio
After attending St. Christine’s School in Youngstown, George went on to graduate from Austintown Fitch High School in 1971. As a student at Fitch High School, George was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams and played saxophone in the marching band. Above all else, Fitch High School is where George met his wife of 50 years, the former Julianne Maslach whom he married on October 14, 1972.
Upon high school graduation, George remained a resident of Austintown, Ohio where he and his wife Julie raised their two children. Expanding on his experience as a second-generation cement finisher, George went on to create Camuso Concrete Construction, Inc. in 1990. Alongside his wife Julie, the two successfully operated their residential concrete company for over 28 years prior to retiring in 2018. As an entrepreneur George took pride in giving back to the community. Camuso Concrete routinely supported sport teams at the school and youth levels with both sponsorships and donated work to help with upgrades to athletic fields and facilities. George’s contribution to the community could also be seen as a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church where he served as an usher, coaching community sports and a s a member of the Austintown Zoning Board.
For many years, George enjoyed competing at a high level in softball and bowling, which provided him the opportunity to travel the country and develop many lifelong friendships.
Aside from spending time with family, George enjoyed playing cards, listening to music and was a dedicated fan of the Browns, Indians, Cavaliers, Ohio State Buckeyes and YSU Penguins. Visitors to George’s home would often times be treated to some of his favorite music or an invitation to watch whatever ballgame was on television that particular day.
As a loving husband, father and grandfather, George took great pride in spending time with his family where he enjoyed sharing stories and family history with his children and grandchildren.
George leaves to cherish his memory his wife, the former Julie Maslach; his two children, Anthony Camuso of Canfield; and Annie (Anthony) Malloy of Austintown; sisters, Marie (Larry) Camuso Speelman and Patricia Camuso (John Rosenberg) of Girard; grandchildren, George Camuso, Eva Rose Camuso, Alexandra Malloy, Anthony Malloy and Austin Malloy.
The Camuso family will receive relatives and friends, Tuesday, December 6, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Green Haven Memorial Gardens Chapel with services to follow.
Thoughts and condolences may be sent to the funeral home website www.mccauleyfuneral.com.
Arrangements by The McCauley Funeral Home privileged to serve the valley for more than 120 years!