Jack Peter Bisceglio of Gulf Breeze died Tuesday, February 28, 2017. He was born in Warwick, Rhode Island July 2, 1941 to Alexander and Victoria Bisceglio. He was their only son.
Jack enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1959, serving his country for 7 years. In 1966, he began working as an aircraft mechanic at the Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF) Quonset Point, Rhode Island. In 1973, he moved his family to Gulf Breeze, Florida where he continued his civil service career at NARF, Pensacola, Florida and later the Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP). At NADEP, he served many positions including, Quality Assurance Department Head, Helicopter Flight Test Superintendent (aka Fort Fumble) and finally Production Superintendent before retiring in 1995.
Jack loved baseball and softball. He played for the "All Navy" fast pitch softball team in the early 60's. During the mid-70's, he served as a baseball coach and umpire for the Gulf Breeze Sports Association. In his retirement he enjoyed playing golf at Tiger Point Country Club. In his later years, he cherished his Tuesday cribbage games at Sanders Beach Community Center.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Al and Vickie and his daughter Deborah Ann. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Carol, his sons David and Chris, daughter-in-law Gina and grandson Nicklaus.
There will be a visitation/memorial from10:00 to 11:00AM Monday, March 6th at Rose Lawn Funeral Home. It will be immediately followed by a Graveside Service and internment at 12:00 PM at Barrancas National Cemetery. Graveside services will be officiated by Chaplain Ken Griffin. Pallbearers: Shane Calder, Carlos Colon, Joey Crain, George Neese, Andrew Rodgers, Gregg Wright.
The family would like to express their most heartfelt gratitude to Jack's Cardiologist, Dr. Ramon G. Aycock, for his many years of friendship, care and compassion. We also want to thank our neighbor and pain management specialist Dr. Pablo Concepcion for his unwavering friendship, loyalty, and devotion to relieving Jack's back pain. The family also thanks the Baptist Hospital ICCU nurses Tina Grace and Megan Spearman for providing him comfort during his final hours. Finally, the family would like extend a very special thanks to Pat Jewek for driving Jack to play cribbage on Tuesdays, he loved you very much.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to:
The Pensacola Hotel for Dogs and Cats
4110 Creighton Road
Pensacola, Florida 32504