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Captain John Mastrangelo

01-04-1943  -  09-10-2017

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Captain John Mastrangelo, age 74, of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away on Sunday, September 10, 2017.  He was born in Flushing, NY to John and Olga (Corrado) Mastrangelo on January 4, 1943. 

John ran Master’s Automotive in New York, an automotive shop specializing in Corvettes.  He had a love for anything related to cars and motorcycles, which soon included motor yachts when he moved to Florida.

John officially became “Captain John” after owning and chartering multiple successful yachts, most notably the motor yacht “Dorisam”, where many charters included celebrity guests who became friends.

Captain John is survived by his only daughter, Marina and her mother, sister, Elaine, brother Carmine “Nibs” Mastrangelo, half-sister, Joan along with the countless amount of friends he has made during his lifetime.  He was predeceased by his parents and half-brother, Daniel.

John was a long time member of St. Coleman Catholic Church, 954-942-3533

A celebration of John's life will be held on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at Christ Lutheran Church, 1955 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33306 beginning at 6:30pm with a brief fellowship before a formal service is held at 7pm with Pastor Deborah Geweke, presiding. 954-564-7673

In lieu of flowers we ask that you contribute to Marina for his final expenses and her future education or make a donation to your favorite charity in John’s name,

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.KalisMcIntee.com Kalis-McIntee Funeral & Cremation Center 2505 N. Dixie Highway Wilton Manors, Florida 33305 954-566-7621


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Ted Galatis

My condolences to Debbie and John's family

 Posted September 20, 2017 - 6:42pm
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Deborah Warner

Always in my heart Captain John.....Deborah

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 12:13pm
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Denise Jones

John was a long time friend of my late husband, Ted Johnston, beginning in Corona, NY where they shared their love of cars.
We had many great times with John on his beautiful yachts. John was a very giving man who loved his daughter, Marina, more than anything. If we could see John now he is walking streets of gold & standing tall & whole. John has finally claimed his gift of everlasting life but will be missed by those of us he left behind.

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 3:56am
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Denise Jones

John was a long time friend of my late husband, Ted Johnston, beginning in Corona,NY where they shared their love for cars. Ted & I shared many great times & memories with John especially onboard his beautiful yachts. He was well known & respected in the yacht charter & collectible automobile business. He was especially proud of his daughter Marina whom he loved more than anything. John was a very giving person who has finally claimed his gift of everlasting life. He will surely be missed.

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 3:48am

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Captain John Mastrangelo

January 4, 1943  -  September 10, 2017

Captain John Mastrangelo

January 4, 1943  -  September 10, 2017

Obituary

Captain John Mastrangelo, age 74, of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away on Sunday, September 10, 2017.  He was born in Flushing, NY to John and Olga (Corrado) Mastrangelo on January 4, 1943. 

John ran Master’s Automotive in New York, an automotive shop specializing in Corvettes.  He had a love for anything related to cars and motorcycles, which soon included motor yachts when he moved to Florida.

John officially became “Captain John” after owning and chartering multiple successful yachts, most notably the motor yacht “Dorisam”, where many charters included celebrity guests who became friends.

Captain John is survived by his only daughter, Marina and her mother, sister, Elaine, brother Carmine “Nibs” Mastrangelo, half-sister, Joan along with the countless amount of friends he has made during his lifetime.  He was predeceased by his parents and half-brother, Daniel.

John was a long time member of St. Coleman Catholic Church, 954-942-3533

A celebration of John's life will be held on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at Christ Lutheran Church, 1955 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33306 beginning at 6:30pm with a brief fellowship before a formal service is held at 7pm with Pastor Deborah Geweke, presiding. 954-564-7673

In lieu of flowers we ask that you contribute to Marina for his final expenses and her future education or make a donation to your favorite charity in John’s name,

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.KalisMcIntee.com Kalis-McIntee Funeral & Cremation Center 2505 N. Dixie Highway Wilton Manors, Florida 33305 954-566-7621


  Life Celebration

To be announced at a later date


 
 

Online Condolences

Comments

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T
Ted Galatis

My condolences to Debbie and John's family

 Posted September 20, 2017 - 6:42pm
D
Deborah Warner

Always in my heart Captain John.....Deborah

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 12:13pm
D
Denise Jones

John was a long time friend of my late husband, Ted Johnston, beginning in Corona, NY where they shared their love of cars.
We had many great times with John on his beautiful yachts. John was a very giving man who loved his daughter, Marina, more than anything. If we could see John now he is walking streets of gold & standing tall & whole. John has finally claimed his gift of everlasting life but will be missed by those of us he left behind.

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 3:56am
D
Denise Jones

John was a long time friend of my late husband, Ted Johnston, beginning in Corona,NY where they shared their love for cars. Ted & I shared many great times & memories with John especially onboard his beautiful yachts. He was well known & respected in the yacht charter & collectible automobile business. He was especially proud of his daughter Marina whom he loved more than anything. John was a very giving person who has finally claimed his gift of everlasting life. He will surely be missed.

 Posted September 18, 2017 - 3:48am

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  • Files must be less than 3 MB.
  • Allowed file types: png gif jpg jpeg.

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