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Richard Lee Costantino

June 12, 1943 — May 11, 2024


Richard Lee Costantino, 80, of Concord, North Carolina, passed away Saturday, May 11, 2024.

Rick was born June 12, 1943 in Freeport, Pennsylvania, to the late John and Mary Costantino.  He was also preceded in death by 7 siblings, Joseph Costantino, Catherine Buzzard, Emma Powers, John Costantino, Mary Steele, Arthur Costantino and Alfred Costantino.

Rick had worked at Basham's Gulf Station in Washington, DC, where he met his future wife.  He retired from Burrell Construction after more than 30 years of service.  In retirement, Rick worked several part-time jobs, enjoyed mowing grass and playing the lottery.  He was an avid sports fan, having played baseball and softball.  He also enjoyed coaching his son's baseball and basketball teams and refereeing WPIAL basketball.  Rick was mechanically inclined.  He was very generous and strong-willed.  He was a former member of St. James Parish, Apollo, PA.  Most of all, Rick was a loving husband and was lovingly referred to as "Bop" by his children and grandchildren.

Rick is survived by his beloved wife of 58 years, Donna Costantino of Concord, NC; daughter, Renee (Chris) Nauyokas of Apollo, PA; daughter, Michele (Todd) Coccaro of Concord, NC; son, Tony (Allison) Costantino of Simpsonville, SC; brothers, Robert Costantino and Charles Costantino; sisters, Betty Basham and Margaret Costantino; grandchildren, Carly, Kylee and Brady Coccaro, Janet and Ryan Nauyokas, Caitlyn, Chloe and Caleb Costantino; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.  

No services are being held at this time. 

Hartsell Funeral Home of Concord is serving the Costantino family.
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