Felix Joseph Loiacono

Felix Joseph Loiacono

March 19, 1942 - September 25, 2015

Felix Joseph Loiacono

March 19, 1942 - September 25, 2015


Felix (Phil) Loiacono, age 73, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A lifelong realtor, he died in Dana Point on 9/25/15 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer for 5+ years. His positive attitude throughout it all was an inspiration to everyone. His daughter and grandchildren were the light of his life. He touched the lives of many family and friends and will remain in our hearts forever.

Survived by his wife of 41 years, Sally and daughter, Christina (Steve) Schreiber; grandchildren Luke, James and Heidi; sister Maria (Dominic) Carini; brother Michael (Jackie) Loiacono; brother-in-law Andy (Dorothy) Hayduk; sisters-in-law Sue (Jerry) Tschudy and Nancy (Howard) Beyer; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by brother Joseph (Sue) Loiacono and brother-in-law Joseph Hayduk.

A special thanks to the love and support received by his nephew, Justin Loiacono.

Prayer vigil at O’Connor Mortuary at 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills on Monday, 10/5 at 7:00pm.
Funeral mass at St. Edwards at 33926 Calle La Primavera, Dana Point on Tuesday, 10/6 at 11:00am.

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12 responses to Felix Joseph Loiacono

  1. Sally, Christina and the rest of the Loiacono family please accept our deepest condolences. Phil was a kind and sweet man who was always ready with a smile and a hug. He treated our children like they were part of his family, and Kylee expressed that she felt very fortunate to have seen him and spent time with him over this last summer. We loved him very much and miss him even more so. God bless you and give you peace during your journey through grief and healing.

    Robert Schreiber, Jr. and Sarah Yegge-Schreiber

  2. Tschudy says:

    Sally, Christina and family – You have our deepest sympathy. We will always cherish our fond memories of Phil through the years. Sitting on your deck, enjoying a cup of coffee and just enjoying his company will always be treasured in our memories. We truly enjoyed the opportunity to be able to be with you last year when you celebrated your 40th Wedding Anniversary. Our hearts are with you today and tomorrow as you celebrate Phil’s life. Our prayers will continue for our brother-in-law, Phil, and for you and your family during this sad time. With love and many prayers – Jerry and Sue Tschudy

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