The salesman was best known for his trademark advertisements on TV and radio, where he said that the deals were “HUUUGE.”
Billy Fuccillo’s cause of death?
Billy Fuccillo, the car salesman who donated to various charities has died.
The 64-year old had been in declining health for months and passed away at his home in Florida. He founded a number of dealerships upstate New York with his son Billy Jr. but most recently sold five locations last January.
It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to Billy Fuccillo, the car salesman who knew how much cars meant.
Billy died at home in Florida after “months of declining health.” He was 64-years-old and owned several dealerships upstate New York with his son, Billy Jr., but sold five locations just last year. A philanthropist all along as well, he donated heavily throughout various charities before passing away this week. It’s hard not to ask what would have been if such a great man had lived on for many more years!
His Cause of death isn’t revealed till now, so you can be with us to find out everything.
Billy Fuccillo, the well-known car dealer who helped shape Orlando’s automotive retail landscape with his signature “Billy on the Street” TV segments and live appearances at area auto shows for more than two decades before retiring in 2017 to focus on a motivational speaking full time, died Friday morning.
The Syracuse Auto Dealers Association announced Fuccillo’s death Friday morning in an email to members: “It is with great sadness that we advise you of the passing of former member and friend Billy Fuccillo.”
William Fitzpatrick, Onondaga County District Attorney was close to the salesman and spoke on his passing. He described him as a helper in many ways.”
William Fitzpatrick, an assistant district attorney from upstate New York has spoken about the demise of their hometown hero John Adams – who became known for being one of Syracuse’s most famous salesmen back when he opened his first shop at age 19. “John helped people,” said Mr Fitzgerald according to CNN News.
“He was bigger than life,” Fitzpatrick said of Fuccillo.
“When I was asked years ago to help fund the Syracuse Police Department memorial in downtown Syracuse, Billy was the first guy to help,”
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