Thomas C. Giuliano

After a long and tremendous battle with cancer, Thomas C. Giuliano, 65, of Norwood, passed away peacefully in the loving company of his wife, Selena Piazza Giuliano and daughter, Tessa Royer on December 4, 2019.

Preceded in death by his father Pasquale, Tommy is survived by his mother, Duff, wife Selena, daughter Tessa, grandchildren Rowan and Anna and siblings Matt and Kathy and their children.

Thomas was a graduate of Regis High School and Niagara University, leading to a career in finance and the car business. He loved to dive into his work and excel in excellence his entire life.

A devout Catholic, Tom sang with various Schola Cantorums throughout the Tri-State. He also was an extraordinary lector at Our Lady of Victories in Harrington Park.

Visitation is Sunday, December 8 from 2-6 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale (201-767-3050). A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday at 10 AM at Our Lady of Victories RC Church, Harrington Park.

Tom had a tremendous love for animals. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to your local animal rescue and shelter.


  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

  2. Tommy was a great friend and I will miss him dearly…love you my brother…

  3. I worked with Tommy G and this breaks my heart. Such a sweet man. Thoughts and prayers sent to his family. Rest In Peace ❤️❤️❤️

  4. My deepest condolences Selena to you and your family. I am so sorry that I could not pay my proper respects to Tom, but my thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. I’m so sorry… truly an amazing man!

  6. Thoughts and prayers of peace to you Selena and your family at this most difficult time. Hold on to all your beautiful memories.

  7. Tommy G was a great man! He will be greatly mossed. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

  8. Lori Minteer, DVM

    Regretfully I will be unable to attend ceremonies that are scheduled to celebrate the amazing life of my friend TommyG. From Florida I will be sharing in my thoughts and memories of such an inspirational man and wishing all those in attendance a salute to a man we all loved and admired. To Selena and his family, condolences and a smile to remind us of how lucky we all were to have been touched by that huge generous personality. U til we meet again , my friend!

  9. Michael Molyneux

    Tom was a popular member of the class of 1972 at Regis High School in New York. We will miss him when the class gathers again.

  10. To Tom’s family members: I was a classmate of Tom’s at Regis, and just learned that he passed away last month. I am so sorry to hear of your loss – Tom was a bright and upbeat guy, with a ready grin and good cheer. I will remember him fondly, and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers at your loss. With sincere condolences, Andy Schilling, Regis ’72

  11. I have very fond memories of Tom. We both attended Regis High School. It was the early ’70’s, and I was looking for a part time job. Tom got me a job working with him at a bicycle shop in Richmond Hill, Queens, New York. We worked together for a few years, and shared a lot of laughs and good times. I eventually wound up moving into the area, and there met my wonderful wife and mother of my beautiful children. I often think of how I am forever indebted to Tom, as I never would have met her if it weren’t for him.

    Thank you Tom; rest in peace, Amen.

  12. Tom was a classmate at Regis High School and we sang together in the Glee Club. I have only fond memories of him. A small thing that I remember with affection: even as a kid, Tom always dressed well, and he used to instruct me in the art of picking just the right tie.
    My condolences to his family. Rest in peace, Tom.

  13. Tom and I were classmates at Regis, both graduating with the class of 1972. Like Tom, I was in the car business, and whenever I saw him at a reunion event, we enjoyed sharing stories about our similar careers. My deepest condolences to his entire family.

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