John Migliorelli (86) died at home on March 9th. John was born in San Giorgio a Lire Italy on January 1st, 1936, to Emilio and Anna Rosa Migliorelli. After World War II John emigrated to the United States with his family. John lived and attended school in Brooklyn, he served in the army, and was an accounting graduate of Pace University. John was a CPA who worked many years for American Standard and Sun Electric Corporation as a financial officer. Through his professional experiences he had the opportunity to work and live in New York, Chicago, and Kentucky. In 1989 John moved to St Petersburg Florida and maintained his own business- Printing Impressions. Volunteering for the Mount Snow Vermont ski patrol for many years, John was an avid skier and golfer. He supported the community through volunteering and philanthropic acts. John had a larger-than-life personality, he enjoyed engaging socially and good conversation. John had the ability to walk into a room and make the lights shine brighter with countless friends from all walks of life.
John is survived by his daughter Joyce (Robert) Stolpp, Granddaughters Alicia (Andrew) Knowlton, Courtney (Chris) Harmon, and Ezibella Stolpp, great grandchildren Michael and Delilah Harmon, sister Elsa Montella, brother George (Valeria) Migliorelli, niece Elizabeth (Brian) Mott, nephews Louis (Kim) Montella, David (Renee) Montella, Emilio Migliorelli, and many grandnieces/nephews and loving friends. A proper John party and memorial is planned for a later date