In loving memory of

Ross J. "Hodgie" Incardone
March 7, 1951 - September 8, 2023

Ross J. "Hodgie" Incardone

Greece: September 8, 2023. Predeceased by his wife, Deborah Incardone; parents, Rosario and Mary Incardone; in-laws, Bernard & Jean Kuretich. He is survived by his children, Jason (Tracy) Incardone, Brian (Stacy) Incardone, Dana (Christopher) O'Brien, Vanessa Incardone; grandchildren, Brayana, Joseph and Mary Kathryn Incardone, Austin, Carmella & Jaxon Incardone, Kendal & Colin O'Brien; sisters, Marlene (Mike) LaRocca, Linda (Pete) Ballerstein & Carol (Tim) Charron; loyal companion, Katy.

Hodgie was a graduate of Charlotte High School class of 1969. Shortly after high school, he began his career at Rochester Gas and Electric as an engineer where he remained for 49 years until his retirement in 2018.

In his spare time, Hodgie was an avid wood worker, passionate gardener, and enjoyed working with his hands. Hodgie was a drummer and was in several bands throughout his life, starting when he was fifteen with classmates from high school. Hodgie was a man of many talents and he will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

Ross's life story will be shared during visitation, 4:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday, September 12th at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 am on Wednesday at Holy Cross Church, 4492 Lake Ave. Entombment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.


Diane Incardone wrote on Oct 4, 2023:

"Hi My name is Diane Incardone I believe we are related. I received an email from NY Life Annunity service for Brain and Vanessa Incardone for a benefit relating to Ross. Give me an email address and I will forward it. I am sorry for your loss. "

Lou Poggi wrote on Sep 22, 2023:

"I just found out about the loss of Hodgie today. So sorry for your loss. Hodgie was the original drummer in the Trackers and a lot of fun to be around. He was a fine drummer and had a great attitude. I will miss him. Lou Poggi"

Alan Gurwitz wrote on Sep 10, 2023:

"I was briefly the bass player in a band we were in together. He was a great drummer and a great guy. Always smiling and loved a good joke. Gone too soon."