John Venuti

John Venuti

June 13, 2020
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John Venuti, 72, a 5-year resident of Crofton and previously of Davidsonville and Harwood, MD, passed away at his home on June 13, 2020. Born on May 14, 1948 in Chester, PA to the late Mariann D. and Samuel P. Venuti, Sr., John earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from Mt. St. Mary’s College and a Juris Doctorate degree in 1973 from the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University. He worked as an attorney specializing in tax law at the accounting firms of Arthur Andersen and KPMG. John was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Davidsonville. He was a passionate father and loved spending time with his six children, volunteering at their various music and sports activities. He was also a loving son, brother and friend.

John is survived by his children, Christopher John (Kristen) Venuti of Baltimore, MD, Nancy (Jake) Lydon of Chesapeake Beach, MD, Theodore S. (Meli) Venuti of Annapolis, MD, Jeremiah L. (Allison) Venuti of Crofton, and Vincent V. and Nicholas R. Venuti, both of Davidsonville; one brother, Samuel Venuti, Jr. of Thorndale, PA; two sisters, Janet Griesbach of Abingdon, VA and Louise Anne Venuti of Aston, PA; two grandsons, William John Venuti and Liam Lydon; two granddaughters, Eleanore Grace Venuti and Leila Lydon; and a large extended family. John touched many lives and will be forever remembered, loved and missed.

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Judith DiIorio

Posted at 03:24pm
I am profoundly saddened to hear of John's passing, especially since he was of an age when he should have had years yet to enjoy his life and family. As his cousin, I did not have many opportunities to spend time with John except at family gatherings but I have fond memories of those times. Like his siblings, John always treated me with great kindness and it saddens me to know that the world has lost him. My heart goes out to John's entire family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and in my prayers.

Jack Watson

Posted at 01:49pm
Mr. John was the most generous and welcoming man that I’ve met. Just like Chase said in an earlier memory, Mr. John always made the best breakfast after a sleepover at his house with Vinny. I will remember Mr. John, his pure kindness, and his sense of humor For the rest of my life. May you Rest In Peace in Heaven


Posted at 10:05am
Mr. Vinutti welcomed me and other friends of Vinny into his home with open arms. He was such an amazing kind man who simply wanted to make everyone feel welcomed. He used to make us breakfast after a long night sleepover. (And let me tell ya, he made the absolute best breakfast). I am so thankful to have been apart of his life. You will forever be remember Mr. Vinutti. Thank you for everything sir. - Sincerely Chase

Patty Case

Posted at 09:59am
John was kind, compassionate and funny with a big smile that will always be remembered. I've known John for about 50 years and my life was better because he was in it. John, you will be missed, rest peacefully and may the Lord bless and keep you until we meet again.

Nickie Matters

Posted at 03:06pm
Chris & family,

I’m so very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you during this difficult time.


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