Peter Ricciardi

Memorial Mass

10:30 am
Friday, October 22, 2021
St. John & St. Mary RC Church
30 Pollion Drive
Chappaqua, New York, United States

Obituary of Peter F. Ricciardi

     Peter F Ricciardi, 84, of Somers, NY. passed away on October 5th at his

home surrounded by family members.

     Peter was born in Albany, NY on March 24th, 1937 to Felicia and Frank

Ricciardi. He attended the public schools in Albany, NY.and graduated from

Boston University with a major in Finance. Peter worked at the New York

Stock Exchange as a Regulator before joining the Syndicate Departments of

a number of large international investment firms including ABD Dominion

Securities and Desdner Kleinwort Benson. Peter was honorably discharged

from the United States Army as First Lieutenant, Transportation Corps. He

was an active member of the Bond Club of New York, the Princeton Club

and the Downtown Association. He was also a passionate golfer and a

member of the Dorset Field Club in Dorset, VT. His other passions

included racket sports and skiing.

     Peter is survived by his wife, Madelyn. His son Christopher (Stephanie),

daughter, Elizabeth (Tom Deltz) and daughter, Emily Ricciardi. He is

survived by his stepdaughter, Kirsten Carillo, and stepson Andrew

(Andrea) Giobbe. and ten grandchildren: Jordan, Emma, Hayden, Olvia,

Jackson, Chantal Marie, AJ, Andre, Alex and Addison.

     Peter’s family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to the Heritage Hills

Security and EMS Team, Somers EMS, Dr Matthew Mauer of Columbia

Presbyterian Hospital, the Physicians and Nurses of Northern Westchester

Hospital, his Medical Team at Caremount Medical, Hospice of

Westchester/Putnam County and most especially to his exceptional aide and

friend,Patience Nkansah Dwamena .

     A Memorial Mass will be held at 10:30 am on Friday, October 22nd at St

John and St Mary Catholic Church in Chappaqua, NY. Arrangements are

by Clarks Associates Funeral Home of Katonah, NY.

     In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ossining Children OCC Program  would be appreciated.

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