Andrew Muccino

Andrew Muccino

Friday, July 25th, 1975 - Sunday, June 21st, 2020
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Waterbury- Andy Muccino (Redd), age 44, passed away at home surrounded by his family on June 21, 2020.

Andy was born on July 25, 1975 in Waterbury, the son of Pierrette (Hill) and the late John Muccino. He graduated from Kennedy High School in Waterbury. Andy enjoyed working as a stone mason throughout the years. Andy enjoyed watching sports; especially the Yankees and the Giants. He has an extensive collections of team jerseys, which he could often be seen wearing. Andy frequently visited Holy Land in Waterbury; one of his favorite places.

Andy is survived by his two children Kyle and Hunter Muccino, his mother Pierrette (Hill) Muccino, and his brothers Pete, Jeff, and Mark Muccino; as well as many family and friends. He was predeceased by his father John Muccino, his aunt Fran Hill, his uncle Rich Hill, his uncle Bob Hill, his cousin Michael Hill, and both set of maternal and paternal grand parents.

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Melissa Lucisano

Posted at 04:05pm
My heart goes out to the Muccino family. Andy was an amazing person. Always caring and kind. Protecting everyone he cared about, even if he hadn’t seen you in years. This is definitely a great loss. Gone but never forgotten...... Your all in my thoughts and prayers ❤️

Jamie Moura

Posted at 08:36am
I am so very sorry for you loss REDD was a great man he will be truly missed, sincerely Jamie

Jen T

Posted at 06:51am
Redd you were an awesome soul. Rest easy my friend. 💛 My sincere condolences the Muccino Family and all who had the pleasure of knowing him. May you all keep his spirit alive! Jen T

Amy Siemiatkoski

Posted at 10:10pm
So sorry for your loss Jeff and Pete.he was a fun guy that everyone loved. I’ll never forget roller magic days. Amy Keegan Siemiatkoski.

Christina Calvo

Posted at 02:55pm
Andy and I met in 2nd grade at the old Maloney school in Waterbury. We had a little crush on each other but never knew what to do with it lol. Throughout the years we have had our ups and downs but I’m glad we made peace and let the past go. My last memory of him was a good one. RIP Red....

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