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Strike Funeral Homes

409 East Broadway
Isanti, MN 55040
(763) 444-5212
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Joseph D. Grisanti, owned West Side grocery store - Buffalo News

Monday, November 14, 2016

April 28, 1926 – Nov. 5, 2016Joseph D. Grisanti, of Cheektowaga, who operated a grocery store on Buffalo’s West Side for many years, died Saturday in Sisters Hospital St. Joseph Campus, Cheektowaga. He was 90.Born in Buffalo, he attended Lafayette High School and worked in his family’s grocery store on Garner Avenue as a boy.In 1945, Mr. Grisanti’s parents opened the Potomac Superette at Potomac Avenue and Hoyt Street, a neighborhood grocery store that provided produce, fresh meats and home delivery. Following the death of his parents in the 1950s, he owned and operated the store with his late brother Salvatore. He retired in 1987.Mr. Grisanti was active in the Romulus Club and the Retail Grocers Association. He was a member of the Seniors Club at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church and the church bowling league.Known for his sense of humor and his generosity to those in need, he also was an outstanding ballroom dancer and won many dance competitions.His wife of 42 years, the former Yolanda Faralino, died in 1988. He was remarried...

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Joseph D. Grisanti, owned West Side grocery store - Buffalo News

Monday, November 14, 2016

April 28, 1926 – Nov. 5, 2016Joseph D. Grisanti, of Cheektowaga, who operated a grocery store on Buffalo’s West Side for many years, died Saturday in Sisters Hospital St. Joseph Campus, Cheektowaga. He was 90.Born in Buffalo, he attended Lafayette High School and worked in his family’s grocery store on Garner Avenue as a boy.In 1945, Mr. Grisanti’s parents opened the Potomac Superette at Potomac Avenue and Hoyt Street, a neighborhood grocery store that provided produce, fresh meats and home delivery. Following the death of his parents in the 1950s, he owned and operated the store with his late brother Salvatore. He retired in 1987.Mr. Grisanti was active in the Romulus Club and the Retail Grocers Association. He was a member of the Seniors Club at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church and the church bowling league.Known for his sense of humor and his generosity to those in need, he also was an outstanding ballroom dancer and won many dance competitions.His wife of 42 years, the former Yolanda Faralino, died in 1988. He was remarried...