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Thomas J. DiPietro

January 19, 1957 ~ November 20, 2022 (age 65)


Thomas J. DiPietro, age 65, of Pittsfield died Sunday, November 20, 2022, surrounded by his family at the Berkshire Medical Center after a sudden illness.

Born in Pittsfield on January 19, 1957, Tommy was one of 9 children of the late Anthony J. DiPietro and Josephine Mary (Parise) DiPietro. He was educated in local schools and attended Taconic High School. He later earned his CDL and EMT certificates while living in Florida.

He spent much of his life as a subcontractor and was skilled in all kinds of home improvement. Tommy was the go to handyman for his entire family and extensive group of friends and he was always happy to lend a helping hand to those who needed it.

Tommy loved being a grandfather and often shared the stories of his grandkids with those around him. He enjoyed visiting Cape Cod over the years with his brothers, especially with his brother Gary. He lived in Florida with him for a while and also lived in California with his brother Tony.

Tommy was a music lover, especially Motown and country music, and the Temptations was his favorite. He was an avid basketball fan his entire life, he especially enjoyed watching the Celtics and also loved football and the Miami Dolphins. In his younger years he was a boxer and was proud of being the first to throw a punch and for being so quick on his feet. He was also a proud member of the West Side Legends and Division Hill.

Tommy is survived by his children, Noelle DiPietro, Danielle Hoisington, Talia DiPietro, and Thomas (Kayla) DiPietro, 9 grandchildren, and his siblings, Kathleen DiPietro, Gary (Deborah Carderella) DiPietro, Steven (Tammy Taylor) DiPietro, Jamie DiPietro, and Patricia (Bob) Pelkey. He also leaves fiancée Judy Miller, with whom he would have celebrated their 10th anniversary this coming July 7th, his dog Sunshine, his sister-in-law Joanne DiPietro, and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Thomas was predeceased by his mother Josephine, his father Anthony, his brothers Anthony and Stanley DiPietro and his sister Constance Gamari.

There will be no services, a celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Berkshire Humane Society.


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