Kay Bomber Obituary, Death – Bomber who had lived his entire life in Philadelphia, passed suddenly when he was 66 years old. “Bomber” as he was known was affectionately loved by many, and his parents, Grace E. and William, passed away before him. (née Marcucci) and Amato J. Rullo, Sr. Dedicated and loving spouse of Donna M. (formerly McKinstry), devoted father of Jennifer (Jimmy) Nagle and Jaime Noble; the beloved Poppy of Anthony, Raya, Xavier, Cruz, Jenna, and Ava, Kevin and Finnegan. In addition, he will be greatly mourned by his sisters.

Theresa “Hank” Vitullo, Helen “Jimmy” Haney (who passed away), Florence (Marty) Muller, and Catherine (Bobby) Muller, as well as a large number of nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and nephews. a large number of extended family members and friends, including nieces and grandnephews. It was a bomber. a lifelong and ardent supporter of both the Yankees and Notre Dame, frequently referred to as others with lighthearted banter while the games are going on! He genuinely enjoyed supporting the team. all of his grandchildren, and he will always be the person who is the most devoted to them.

It would be an understatement to say that he enjoyed the kitchen. The world-famous meatballs made by Bomber were always there at any party, ensuring that nobody went away feeling hungry. He was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need at a moment’s notice, and most of the time that included a supper prepared in the host’s home. He was generous, thoughtful, and willful. be fondly remembered for his laugh, which could never be replicated, and his contagious laugh.

His family would appreciate it if his relatives and friends could express their sympathies. on Tuesday, May 31st, 2022, from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM, guests are invited to gather with friends and family at Saint Dominic Church, located at 8504 Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, immediately followed by his Funeral Mass at 10:30 AM. Private Funeral and Burial. As a substitute for flowers,
You are welcome to make contributions to the Tunnels to Towers in memory of Bomber. Foundation, located at 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, New York 10306, or through their website, t2t.org.