Angelo Joseph Catalini, known to his loved ones as Joe, passed away on November 1, 2023, at the age of 57 in Logan, Utah. Joe was born on September 30, 1966, in Passaic, New Jersey, to Gloria Jean Ferrari (Wysocki) and Angelo Catalini. He will be remembered as a charming, humorous and passionate individual.
Joe is survived by his mother Gloria Jean Ferrari (Wysocki), Father Angelo Catalini, sister Maria Elena Catalini, sons Angelo Joseph Jr., Christopher Charles, and Derrick Dwight, daughter Danielle Dale, his first wife Deborah Wood (Roper), who is the mother of AJ and Chris and 2nd wife Suzanne who is the mother of Derrick and Danielle. He is also survived by his seven grandchildren and his half-siblings Nicholas and Angelica. Joe was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother Congetta Ferrari, paternal grandmother Avilge Catalini, maternal grandfather Michael Ferrari, Paternal grandfather Frank Catalini and half-brother Jason Catalini.
Joe attended Harrison High School and later pursued various careers as a union painter, flooring engineer and long haul truck driver. He was known for his dedication and skill in his work. In his free time, Joe enjoyed indulging in his hobbies, which included riding Harley Davidson motorcycles, being an incredible cook learned from his Italian heritage, boating, fishing, hunting, and shooting. He took great pride in his hobbies, always making sure the chrome on his bike was sparkling to perfection. Joe was also gifted in music, and an outstanding drummer who played the drums with passion. Joe loved sharing his hobbies with friends and family, and these activities brought him great joy which allowed him to connect with his adventurous side. Joe had a knack for making people laugh and coming up with special nicknames for all that were close to him, those nicknames remain to this day and will for years to come.
A Funeral Mass will be held on November 25, 2023, at 10:00 am at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church located at 725 S 250 E, Hyde Park, UT 84318. The funeral services under the direction of Allen-Hall Mortuary, located in Logan, UT. Their compassionate assistance has been invaluable in helping the family during this difficult time.
Joe will be deeply missed by all who knew him. His sense of humor, charm, and zest for life will forever be remembered. May he rest in peace.