Rocco A. Luberti, Sr. – 3/11/2020

March 12th, 2020

Rocco A. Luberti, Sr. 91, of Boothwyn, PA passed away on March 11th at his home. He was born in Linwood, PA to the late Anthony and Sunda Luberti. Rocco was a graduate of Eddystone High School. He worked as a mechanic for Sun Oil for over 25 years until his retirement. He was a longtime member of both Immaculate Conception Church and later, St. John Fisher Church. Rocco was a veteran of the US Army with whom he served during the Korean Conflict. He enjoyed making wine from his home grown grapes. He was also an avid gardener. Rocco was often found helping his family and friends with home projects. He also enjoyed spending time at the Jersey shore and Florida. What he enjoyed most was spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his wife, Concetta Luberti; siblings, Louise Monaco, Margaret Walker, Henry Luberti, Isabella McDaniel, Mary Gargano, and Rita Baresich. He is survived by his children, Rocco A. Luberti, Jr., Anthony Luberti, and Sunda Dierkes (Gerry); grandchildren, Maria Hertel (Ryan) and Jonathan Dierkes.
His funeral mass will be held on Monday, March 16th at 10:30am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave. Boothwyn, PA. Friends and family are invited to call in church from 9:30-10:30. Burial will follow in Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery. Donations in his name can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at Online condolences can be sent through

23 thoughts on “Rocco A. Luberti, Sr. – 3/11/2020

  • By Frank Simmons for the Simmons Family on

    We all loved Uncle Roc, he was a great friend to me when I was a young man. I know he is in heaven with his family. So sorry for your loss.

  • By Mark Mai on

    Dear Tony and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God grant your father eternal peace.
    Mark and Michelle

  • By Michael Gallagher on

    Rocco, So sorry to hear from you on the passing of your Dad. His obituary is a glimpse of this magnificent father. You were always there for him,and his memories will continue to guide your actions. May he rest in peace. Am disappointed I couldn’t be there for you during this crazy pandemic time.

  • By Albert Lanciamese on

    May God comfort you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will miss Uncle Roc dearly. Our families had good times when we were together.

    Albert and Gerlinde

  • By Albert and Gerlinde on

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Uncle Roc rest in peace. He will truly be missed. Our families had many good times together. May God comfort you.


  • By Joe Monaco on

    Uncle Rock, you are a kind and generous man with a strong worth ethic. I have very fond childhood memories of visiting you and Aunt Connie and other fond memories of talking to you during the many holiday family gatherings, at Bud and Louise’s house. My family and I will miss you dearly. May God bless you. Tony and Maria will he kept in our thoughts and our prayers.


  • By Fred Carruolo on

    Sunda, Gerry, and Jonathan,
    Deepest Sympathy on the passing of your beloved father and grandfather.

  • By Jonathan and Linda on

    Tony, Maria, and Family–So sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you all at this time.

  • By Jonathan and Linda Crossette on

    Tony and Family–So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you all.

  • By Ria & Henry Foley on

    Rocky, Anthony, & Sunda,
    We are saddened to hear of Uncle Roch’s passing. We will miss him very much.
    With sympathy,
    Ria & Henry

  • By Diane Lombardo on

    Our thoughts, prayers, and hearts are with all of you. May God bless you with comfort, strength, and peace.
    Diane, Bob, Chris, and Rachael Lombardo

  • By Diane Lombardo on

    Our thoughts, prayers, and hearts are with all of you May God bless you with comfort, strength, and peace.
    Diane, Bob, Chria, and Rachael Lombardo

  • By Lala on

    I miss you Rocco. Working with you was a pleasure. You became family to me and my family. I remember our movies nights together me, you, and Gloria staying up late watching movies laughing together. I remember we was watching a movie & me and Gloria was talking, you turn around and shhh us. Then when the movie was over you said ok you was ready for bed. Thank you for being you & allowing me to be apart of your life.

  • By Gerri Summa on

    Condolences to the Luberti family
    During this difficult time. May you all be at peace- together in love and family.

  • By Valarie Gargano on

    Dear Anthony, Rock and Sunda—you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Sorry we can’t make it up on Monday for the funeral mass for your Father but please know that we are sending much love to you all. My Dad was very fond of Uncle Rock and we have many great memories of happy times with him and Aunt Connie. God bless you all and take care. Valarie Gargano and family

    • By Rocky Luberti on

      Val, thank you very much for your kind words. I am just now taking a few minutes to see all of the postings left by friends and family since dad’s passing. Although we were fortunate to be able to have dad’s funeral last Monday considering all of the group size restrictions, many family members and friends were not able to attend due to the pandemic, and we know that you were there in spirit.

  • By Susan P Yeatman on

    Thoughts and prayers are with all of you dear cousins. I love you. Susan

  • By John Holmes on

    Forza, Tony… le mie condoglianze a te e la tua famiglia. E un abbraccio grande per te.

  • By Bob Grundmeier on

    Dear Tony and Maria,
    I have always been awed by the patient and loving care that you and your family provided to Rocco. You and your family serve as models for how all of us who have (or will have) elders that need our help can provide the most loving care at all those many times when it is needed. Please take care of yourselves and each other during this time of sadness and reflection. You and your loved ones are all in my thoughts.
    Love, Bob

  • By Walter Keehn on

    May God bless him,and give comfort to his family.

  • By Anthony Petruccelli on

    Uncle Rock, I know that I will miss you. When I was young you impressed me on how hard you worked. Got me a job at Wilmington Dry Goods. You and Aunt Connie always welcomed us with open arms. I hope you rest in peace.

  • By Carrie Kovarik on

    We are thinking of you and your family at this time, Tony.

  • By Cindy Hazelton on

    Je pense à toi et ta famille, Roch. Je suis heureuse que ton père pouvait rester chez lui, grâce à toi. Je t’embrasse très fort. -Cindy

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