Billy Fuccillo Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Billy Fuccillo- Biography

Billy Fuccillo, a legendary car trader and philanthropist, died at the age of 64. He built a reputation for himself in Upstate New York and Florida with his signature “It’s Gonna Be Huuuuuuggge.” According to initial reports, he died naturally after battling a protracted illness over the past few years.

What is the Net Worth of Billy Fuccillo? Salary, Earnings

He was a legend who produced things that ordinary merchants could only dream about. He amassed a fortune and lived a luxury lifestyle as a result of his career. His overall net worth is estimated to be around $100 million, according to sources, which includes his vacation residences in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Billy Fuccillo – Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Parents

He was born in Greenport, Suffolk County, New York, in 1957, though his actual date of birth is unknown at this time. According to sources, he had a close relationship with his father Veto and mother Joan and grew up with two siblings, Joan and Gary. He has been an exceptional athlete and participant in a variety of outdoor activities, including football, baseball, and golf, since his school days. He was also the captain of his high school team. In those days, he was so talented that he was named a McDonald’s Football-American. He had recruitment offers from numerous universities as a result of this, including Notre Dame, Penn State, and Temple, but he chose Syracuse University. Bille received his bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1978 and immediately began his career.

Quick Facts

Real Name Billy Fuccillo
Birth Date 1957
Death 18th June 2021
Age 64 Years
Birth Place Greenport, Suffolk County, New York
Nationality American
Profession Businessman
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Billy Fuccillo- Relationship, Married Life, Wife

Billy lives in Skaneateles with his wife Cindy and kid Billy Fuccillo Jr. He has fought with the disease for many years as a result of aging and health difficulties. Billy Fuccillo died on June 18, 2021, at his home in Florida, due to his failing health during the previous few months. He is survived by his wife Cindy and son Billy Fuccillo Jr., and calling hours will be held at Thomas J. Pirro Funeral Home in North Syracuse on June 24, 2021, from 3 to 7 p.m.

Billy Fuccillo- Professional Career

He was more interested in autos throughout his undergraduate years, therefore he started his start in the auto sector as well. He worked and earned valuable expertise at various car dealerships after graduation since he wanted to open his own business. Before launching his own business, he worked as a salesman in Fayetteville, New York, for over three years. Billy purchased his used automobile dealership in Syracuse, New York, and established the foundation for his “it’s HUGE” brand.

With his vision and hard work, his company grew over time, gradually acquiring more and more dealerships. With his strong marketing strategy and advertisements at the time, he became extremely popular. Fuccillo Automobile now owns over 25 dealerships in New York and Florida, offering a wide range of local and international brands to its clients. He got two national accolades throughout his lifetime, including the Best Dealer award in 2011 and a US dealer with the greatest retail sales volume.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Height in feet inches – 6’ 3” – in Centimeters – 191 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 118 kg  –  in Pounds –  261 lbs
Hair Color Gray
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Average

Social Media Details

Billy Fuccillo does not have an official presence on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok.

Trivia

  • Billy was born in Greenport, Long Island, but eventually relocated to Syracuse for school.
  • Veto Fuccillo, his father, was a hairstylist.
  • He was one of the 15 dealers inducted into the Kia Presidents Club for having the greatest sales volume.
  • Billy was approved into the Kia President’s Club for the first time in 2009, and he has been accepted every year since.
  • He gave up his 1400 square foot three-bedroom home in 2010 for the sole purpose of promoting his business.
  • Last year, he sold Cape Coral’s mansion for $2.25 million to Kevin Ruane’s family trust, a Lee County Commissioner and former Sanibel Mayor.