Gino Anthony Mazza
February 2, 1984 - July 1, 2023

Gino Mazza, 39, of Land O’ Lakes passed away unexpectedly on July 1, 2023. Gino was born on February 2, 1984, in Tampa, Florida to Anthony and Christina Mazza. Gino was a brilliant handyman and always willing to lend a helping hand. He took much pride in the work he did. He worked for Kinder Morgan at the Port of Tampa as a machine operator. Gino enjoyed spending his free time with his son attending sporting events and enjoying time outdoors. He dreamed of one day living in the mountains. Gino loved playing hockey and was an avid Tampa Bay Lightning fan.

He is survived by his young son Dominic, parents Anthony and Christina Mazza; two sisters Carla (Michael) Chianelli;  Nicole (Johnny) Rodriguez; two nieces, Gianna and Valentina; nephew Niko; his grandmother, Eleanor; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.


  • Catherine Posted July 5, 2023 7:45 pm

    Condolences to all of Gino’s family and friends. I’m truly sorry for your loss. Gino was a friend of my son Steven. What a heart Gino had for his fam and friends. Such a hard time for all. I’m lifting all up to Jesus and praying for peace.

  • Jeremy Scheifele Posted July 5, 2023 11:19 pm

    Dear Tony, Tina, Carla and Nicole,
    I am so sad to hear this news. Gino was such a great guy. He will be missed. I have great memories of the times we all spent together, even though it seems like a life time ago. I will pray for your family. I cannot imagine what you all must be going through. I am very glad that I had a chance to know him. I pray that God gives you comfort.

  • Jake Boling Posted July 8, 2023 5:14 pm

    Tina, Tony, Dominick I’m so incredibly sorry for your loss. I just learned about it today. As a child, Gino and I were inseparable, always playing hockey, walking to school together, spending time with either family for dinner… I’ve lost tough with him for some time now but I wanted to tell you how Amazing your son/Father was. He always made everyone laugh and happy. He made me a penguins fan then a lightning fan, we played hockey every day from elementary to high school together. He was always the best player out there. Words can’t describe how sorry for your loss I am… god bless you and god be with you…

  • Chad Umfleet Posted July 9, 2023 3:10 pm

    Gino was always there for his family and friends. A great person . He will be missed.

  • Jessica Lee Graham Posted August 1, 2023 3:07 pm

    Gino, my sweet sweet best friend for 22 years. There’s a million things I want to say.. It’s hard to believe you’re gone. I cannot believe I found out so late that you passed. I couldn’t understand why I couldn’t get ahold of you all month and now I know. You where the absolute most amazing man I have ever met and it was a honor to have you as my best friend growing up together these last 22 years and experiencing life and all of its changes. I am praying so much for Dom and your family. I’d do anything in This world to hear your voice again and feel your hugs. You genuinely where a great man. This isn’t goodbye for me, I’ll see you again one day. Hold a spot for me in heaven my angel. I will love you forever “Gino the pizza boy.” ( our inside joke) thank you for all the laughs. All the great times we shared. But most of all for showing me what a friendship with unconditional love was like. ♥️ till we meet again my friend.

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