He liked beautiful women and was never shy about it. Butch would let out a “Whoa!” every time a pretty girl came into sight. Like any real man he drank his coffee black and any kind of doughnut was fine for Butch, as long as it was a cream one from L&M. He rooted for the Phils, the Birds and Dale Earnhardt. If his radio was on you’d be hearing some Skynard; the louder the better. Quieter times found him doing a little fishing down the shore. He was a friend of Bill. Butch served our nation as a Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune and retired from Certified Steel in Lawrenceville NJ.
Butch is survived by his sons, David D’Agostino and David Karmade; his mom, Rose Shemeley; siblings, Francis Jr., Mary Nicolet and Joy Palombi; grandson, David; and many nieces and nephews, cousins and his caregiver, Michelle Trani.
Come celebrate 69 great years Monday 9-11 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside, where there will be a service at 11 a.m. Interment BGWCD Cemetery, Wrightstown.