In loving memory of

Joan Elaine Oliveri-Broccuto
January 2, 1970 - November 11, 2021

Joan E. Oliveri-Broccuto

Greece: Suddenly on November 11, 2021. Predeceased by her father, Alphonse T. Oliveri, adoring grandparents, Joseph & Babe Grassi; uncle Ernest J. Grassi, Specialist 4. She is survived by her husband, Kevin Broccuto; children, Joseph Broccuto, Kevin Jr. (Cara) Broccuto & Skye Broccuto; beloved granddaughter, Mia Noelle Broccuto, mother, Nancy Grassi; aunt and namesake, Joan Grassi; mother-in-law, Esther Broccuto; siblings, Rico Oliveri, Angela (Mike) Flynn & Alphonse Oliveri Jr.; brother-in-law, Al (Joan) Broccuto; aunt & uncle, Carol & Tony Fratta; several nieces, nephews, cousins & adoring friends.

Joan was a member of the City of Rochester Police Department and Executive Board Member of the Local 1635 Union.

Joan's life story will be shared during visitation, 4:00-8:00 pm on Thursday, November 18th at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated 9:30 on Friday, November 19th at Theodore's Church, 168 Spencerport Rd. Entombment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.


Jill & Dan Schaeffer wrote on Nov 18, 2021:

"Our sincere condolences to the family for your loss. We are thinking of you all and sending our love."

Patrick Madama wrote on Nov 17, 2021:

"Kevin, Al, Joan and family members - my sincere condolences on your loss. May you find peace and strength in memories of times shared and the positive impact of Joan on your lives and in the community."

Sue Dziedziech wrote on Nov 16, 2021:

"My condolences to the family I'm so sorry. I met Joni when she came to grooming school I was one of her instructors. Than after she graduated we stayed in contact. She was such a caring person I even got a couple of junkyard kittens from her when she worked at the impound. She was always so proud of her family when she talked about them. I'm so sorry for your loss . "

Kristine Magin wrote on Nov 16, 2021:

"Dear Kevin and family - We were so very sorry to hear of Joni's passing. She was a lovely lady with a kind heart and beautiful smile She will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Our prayers are with all of you. May your beautiful memories of Joni bring you comfort and peace. With deepest sympathies, George and Kristine Magin "

Teresa Visca wrote on Nov 15, 2021:

"Joni (Bo) Our hearts are broken . The memories we have will never be forgotten . From childhood to adults we had some good times. My favorite was taking Auntie?s car at 2 am going for rides,driving by boys houses etc etc but making sure we were back by 6 am so Auntie can go to work and Nancy wouldn?t catch us. We didn?t want Nancy to yell ? you kids are disgusting?. From Concerts, vacations, coffee ,bowling and our most favorite as we have grown up was our girls Club nights!! Us girls grew an amazing bond and friendship that was special ! I?m was honored to be part of you wedding. Kevin and you are just an amazing couple. You made a beautiful family for yourselves, you were kind, caring and would do anything for anyone. You were a special person to many!!! You will always be in my heart I will look out for Nancy, Auntie ,Kevin and your kids. They know im here if they need anything RIP MY DEAR FRIEND I love you Joni , Teresa Visca "

Debbie wrote on Nov 15, 2021:

"Jo, I miss you so much it hurts. I miss your voice, your laugh and all our conversations. Not sure how things will ever be ok again without you. I love you so much my dear friend and I will miss u every minute of every day until we meet again. Save me a seat near you because we will have a lot to catch up on when I get there. Love you . Debbie aka Gabby Chewlow/ Betty Puffo"

Joe Pullano wrote on Nov 15, 2021:

"Joni, you will be truly missed and never forgotten. So blessed to have had you in our lives. We will always love you, love Terri and Joe"

Laurie chief Vivian wrote on Nov 15, 2021:

"Where to begin. 34 years of friendship. A true friendship. I would start every phone call with Hi Friend. That?s how it was . To say you said what you mean and you meant what you said is an understatement. You didn?t mince words. You let most things roll off your shoulder and say ahhh, what you gonna do. Club will never be the same. Sub-club will never be the same . We had many many great memories. All of us were like sisters, close group of girlfriends. We love you, going to miss you like crazy. Until we meet again. LGB Friend . "

E. Romeo Dobbs wrote on Nov 15, 2021:

"Thank you for ALL of your friendly messages and ALL your help over the years, Miss Joni!! To say that you will be missed is an understatement...Praying for strength and understanding for your Loved Ones you had to left behind, My Friend!! Respectfully, Romeo D. (RPD & MCPVB)"