Nicholas Viscio, age 94, of North Haven, was born in New Haven in 1921. He was the son of Luigi and Concetta (Rispolli) Viscio. He leaves his wife, Anna Viscio, and his daughter, MaryAnn and was predeceased by his late son, Louis. Nicholas came from a large family and was predeceased by his brothers and sisters: Pasquale, Mary, Julius, Joseph, Katherine, Lena, Anthony, Jennie, Rose, and Gloria. He had many nieces and nephews. He worked for many years at the National Folding Box and Federal Paper Board and later worked for Tilcon Tomasso. Nicholas was a World War II Veteran. He enlisted in the Navy the day after Pearl Harbor was attacked and served for the duration of the war as Seaman First Class aboard the Destroyer Escort, USS Parks. The USS Parks received four Battle Stars in the Pacific Theater. Nicholas was a kind, generous and creative man and a wonderful husband and father. He could build or repair anything and could work in a number of trades. He was a true master gardener and a great cook. Nicholas always sought to make the world a more beautiful place with flowers and good works. He enjoyed Strauss Waltzes and Puppetry. He loved the outdoors and saw God in the wonders of nature.

Funeral services will be conducted in the North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Avenue, Tuesday morning at 11:00 with the Rev. Vincent Curran officiating. Family and friends may call from 9:00 am until time of service. Interment with full military honors will follow in All Saints Cemetery.