Angelo Michael Martone, Jr.

Angelo Michael Martone, Jr., age 84 of Wilmington, DE, passed away peacefully on June 27, 2017.

Born December 11, 1932 in Wilmington, Mike was the son of the late Albina (Minuti) Martone and Angelo Michael Martone. Mike was a graduate of Salesianum School. He retired from NKS Distributors where he worked for many years as a member of Teamsters Local 326, delivering beer to thousands of Delaware residents.

He was interested in history and geography and enjoyed traveling, trips to the beach and spending time with his family. He will be remembered for his sarcastic sense of humor and silly facial expressions.

Mike was preceded in death by his best friend and wife of 53 years Norma Jane (Demuth) Martone. He is survived by his son Michael J. Martone of Newark, son Stephen R. Martone and his wife Nona of Wilmington and daughter Michele Raduszewski and her husband Adam of Pennsville New Jersey, his grandchildren Christina, Michael, Adam, Jason, Steven and Emily and eight great grandchildren.

Services will be private.  


Submitted by Angela Twardowski on
RIP, Uncle Mike. Our prayers go out to his family. God bless you at this difficult time. The Twardowskis

Submitted by Kathy Raduszewski on
Michele & Family, my sincere condolences on the loss of your father. May your memories comfort you.

Submitted by RB on
My prayers are with the family in your time of sorrow. May you all have peace and comfort. Along with God's enfolding love to revive the crushed heart and give strength to the one lowly in spirit. Isaiah 57 : 15

Submitted by Sacramenta Landrum on
To the Martone family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Angelo. You will be reunited with Angelo again on a brand new earth life without end a promise in God's word the Bible Revelation 21:1-5. A video on this can be found on website.

Submitted by Robert Tigani on
I want to express my condolences to Mike's family. We were friends for the 30 years he worked for our company and his dedicated contributions to his job and customers helped make N.K.S. the best wholesaler in Delaware.

Submitted by Sharon Soja Massello on
Dear Michele and Family, I am saddened to hear of your Father's passing. I remember him fondly and have wonderful memories of happy times during our younger years. He had a way of making me feel like I was part of the family. Although it is difficult to lose your Dad, I hope you find comfort and peace in your memories.