Incorvaia was the son of Salvatore and Agnes (nee Guglielmo) Incorvaia, who both died before he was born. Salvatore Incorvaia, his grandfather, inspired the name, Incorvaia. Incorvaia was the son of his parents, both of whom are now deceased. He was the brother of David Incorvia, who was married to Deborah, and he also leaves a number of nieces and nephews behind when he dies. On January 15, 2023, at the age of seventy, he died as a result of completely unexpected circumstances.
He was a devoted husband to his wife, Joanne Moreland-Incorvia (née Inglis), and a devoted father to his daughters, Krista (Zachary) Dohm and Kara (Reed Johnson) Incorvia. Joanne Moreland-Incorvia (née Inglis) was his wife. Members of the family will be present at the AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC. (Tonawanda Chapel), 2600 Sheridan Drive, on Thursday from three o’clock in the afternoon until seven o’clock in the evening (at Parker Blvd.). They will be present to meet and converse with attendees.
Prayers will be held at the St. Andrew R.C. Church in Kenmore, 1525 Sheridan Drive, on Friday morning. The service begins at 8:45 a.m. Following the prayers, at 9:30 a.m., a Christian burial service will be held in the church. These activities will take place on Friday, the day designated for them. The funeral service will conclude, and then the interment will occur at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Donating money to the ALS Association through their website (www.als.org) is one way you can show your support for the patient.
Sending flowers won’t have the same impact as doing this instead. During this difficult time, we will remember each member of the family by name, think of them, and pray for them, and we will make it a point to keep them in our prayers and thoughts.