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Leo Anthony Bonacasa

Oceanside, New York

November 21, 1961 - July 10, 2024

Leo Anthony Bonacasa Obituary

Leo Anthony Bonacasa


November 21, 1961- July 10, 2024


Leo is survived by his loving wife of 34 years, Jill (Simpson), as well as his children Leo (Katelyn), Matthew (Allyson), Julia Borruso (Andrew), and Melanie Morales (Brandon). He was a beloved Papa to his two wonderful granddaughters, McKenna and Sadie. He was the dear son of Leonardo (Dino) and Giovannina (Joanne) and brother to Angela and Dino (Laura). He was also a cherished Uncle to his seven nieces and nephews.


Leo spent many years volunteering with various organizations in the Oceanside Community, serving as President of the Oceanside United Soccer Club and Oceanside Community Service for multiple years. He was honored with the Kiwanis “Heart of Gold” award and the Chamber of Commerce “Citizen of the Year.” He always put others above himself and firmly believed in helping the less fortunate.


He & his family are proud supporters of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation & are requesting, in lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made in his name to continue their amazing work. Tunnel to Towers Foundation, t2t.org.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Leo Anthony Bonacasa hosted by Towers Funeral Home.

Leo Anthony Bonacasa


November 21, 1961- July 10, 2024


Leo is survived by his loving wife of 34 years, Jill (Simpson), as well as his children Leo (Katelyn), Matthew (Allyson), Julia Borruso (Andrew), and Melanie Morales (Brandon). He was a beloved Papa to his two wonderful granddaughters, McKenna and Sadie. He was the dear son of Leonardo (Dino) and Giovannina (Joanne) and brother to Angela and Dino (Laura). He was also a cherished Uncle to his seven nieces and nephews.


Leo spent many years volunteering with various organizations in the Oceanside Community, serving as President of the Oceanside United Soccer Club and Oceanside Community Service for multiple years. He was honored with the Kiwanis “Heart of Gold” award and the Chamber of Commerce “Citizen of the Year.” He always put others above himself and firmly believed in helping the less fortunate.


He & his family are proud supporters of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation & are requesting, in lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made in his name to continue their amazing work. Tunnel to Towers Foundation, t2t.org.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Leo Anthony Bonacasa hosted by Towers Funeral Home.

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