Silver Belt | John D. Marcanti, 67

John Domenic Marcanti, 67, handed away on June 9, 2021 at his residence in World, Az. John was born on Nov. 1, 1953 at Miami Inspiration Clinic in Miami, Az. to Ernie and Sena Marcanti of Globe. He was the 2nd youngster of 5. Expanding up, John formulated a excellent […]


John Domenic Marcanti, 67, handed away on June 9, 2021 at his residence in World, Az. John was born on Nov. 1, 1953 at Miami Inspiration Clinic in Miami, Az. to Ernie and Sena Marcanti of Globe. He was the 2nd youngster of 5. Expanding up, John formulated a excellent deal of regard and enjoy for his parents and siblings. From an early age he proved to have a robust do the job ethic that would have him much in everyday living. As a kid he served as an altar boy for Holy Angels Catholic Church and started his 1st position at the age of 13, cleaning Coke bottles at the Stop-N-Store Current market in World.

John attended World High University and was a very pleased World Tiger. He was a four-year letterman in football, wrestling and track and gained state medals in wrestling, shot put and discus. He graduated GHS in 1972 and attended Arizona Condition University on a comprehensive soccer scholarship below Coach Frank Kush. After a knee personal injury John returned to Globe to support his father with the family-run business, Ernie’s Electric powered.

At age 20, John achieved and married the enjoy of his lifetime Willie Jobe of Lexington, Mo. With each other they experienced two little ones, Scott and Andrea.

Upon Ernie’s retirement, John and his brother Mark took more than the business and renamed it Marcanti Electrical. In 2010, the enterprise celebrated a fifty percent century of services in the Globe-Miami group. More than the a long time the small business used numerous persons in the region and produced numerous charitable donations, which incorporated setting up lighting at local ball fields as nicely as donations to regional churches.

John served as a Town of Globe Councilman from 1978 to 1980, and through his time with the City assisted implement the Foods on Wheels system that is nevertheless in use nowadays. He also served 25 several years as a reserve with the World Hearth Division and was presented a golden axe upon his retirement in 1999. John was a very pleased member of the Knights of Columbus, 4th degree, a dedicated member of Holy Angels Catholic Church and a member of the Sons of the Overseas Legion. He was also acknowledged by the Globe Superior College Hall of Fame Committee as one of the 10 inaugural inductees into the Hall of Fame.

John served as an assistant mentor for the Globe Substantial University Soccer staff beneath Coach Paul Petty and took terrific joy in supporting university student athletes whether or not through coaching, giving machines or donating to community youth sports applications in Globe, Miami and San Carlos. He was also a robust supporter of Gila County 4-H and by the several years hardly ever missed an auction at the Gila County Truthful.

From 2013 to 2016, John served the people of Gila County as Supervisor for District 3. He devoted further time and funding on plans that assisted the youth and senior citizens of Gila County.

Over the decades, John supported many non-profit corporations such as the Special Olympics and the American Cancer Modern society. He gave both time and funding to see that the Marsha Powell-Marcanti All Girl Roping and the Mark J. Marcanti Memorial Scholarship Ride have been prosperous.

He had a fantastic really like for cooking and loved ones gatherings and was recognized to have taken home the trophy from the Gila County Fair’s All American Beef Cookoff as soon as or 2 times with his lifelong mate Pete Oddonetto. In high college when mates started referring to John as Significant John, Pete affectionately nicknamed him “Chopo” as a way of jesting at John’s substantial stature.

John lived his lifestyle with an genuine and type coronary heart. He will forever be remembered for his legitimate mother nature and will be skipped considerably. He gave what ever he could to assistance a neighbor or a good friend and took terrific pleasure in the World-Miami community.

John is preceded in death by his father Ernest Domenic Marcanti, mom Lucy Sena Marcanti, brother Mark J. Marcanti and daughter-in-law Marsha Powell Marcanti. He is survived by his wife of 46 decades Willa Marcanti brothers Larry (Kathy) Marcanti of Dallas, Tx., and Tom (Kathy) Marcanti of Mesa, Az. sister Claire (Tony) Sapienza of West Palm Beach front, Fl. son Scott (Vanessa Seeley) Marcanti of Youthful, Az. daughter Andrea (Justin) Justice of World, Az. and 3 grandchildren Isiah, Ryliegh and the mild of his lifestyle Lyanna Hope.

A Rosary is planned for 10:30 a.m. June 26, 2021 at Holy Angels Catholic Church in Globe followed by a funeral Mass at 11 a.m.

A luncheon will observe the Mass at the IBEW corridor in Globe.

In lieu of bouquets remember to make a donation to a charity of selection in John Marcanti’s identify.

Aiding the loved ones is Lamont Mortuary of Globe.

Clarita Lorenzano

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