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Adolfo Andreini

Adolfo Joseph Andreini

Saturday August 15, 1936 - Wednesday March 25, 2020
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Obituary

Adolfo “Al” Andreini age 83 of The Villages, FL passed away peacefully on Wednesday March 25, 2020. Al was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and  was drafted into the US Army.  He was honorably discharged from the US Army; he met and married his beautiful wife Mary in 1958. Once moved back to New Jersey from Pittsburgh, PA, where they chose  to raise their family, he worked at Mamco for 33 years, building Anderson Windows and Doors until he retired. After his retirement, he and his wife Mary, moved to The Villages 21 years ago. He enjoyed golfing, landscaping/gardening, handyman work, car shows, NASCAR, Pittsburgh Steelers football, going to the movies and spending time with his  family. Al is preceded in death by his beloved wife Mary. He is survived by his son Michael of Deptford, NJ; daughters Denise (Jay) Tew of The Villages, FL and Lisa (Jeff) Kerekes of Sewell NJ; five grandchildren Brittany, Courtney, Michael, Daniel and Catherine; and great-granddaughter Brynlee; his brother Carl (Gail) Andreini of Pittsburgh, PA; and beloved nieces, nephews and cousins. A private service for his immediate family, with burial to follow at Wenonah Cemetery, Mantua, NJ. A memorial service for family and friends will be planned at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The American Cancer Society. Memories and condolences can be left at www.smithfhmantua.com
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    Wenonah Cemetery
    Address
    275 Wenonah Ave.
    Mantua, NJ 08051
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Debbie Hopely

Posted at 01:35am
Denise,
I was looking for an obituary for someone and I came across your Dads. I’m so sorry I didn’t know. I don’t know why we’re not on fb. Cause I would of definitely told you how sorry I’m about your Dad he is with his beautiful Mary now. I know how much you loved him. He was a wonderful man. I’m glad you have spent all the time in Florida with him. My heart is also hurting & broken my brother Garry passed away on feb29th he was only 61.Beyond heartbroken. I will be praying for all of you.Sending my love & prayers. I pray you see this. So sorry God Bless you Lisa .& your brother and all your families. Love 💗Debbie Rodgers Hopely
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Dianne

Posted at 07:02pm
Sending love to the whole family. He was like a second father to me. I spent many of my younger years in your home and at your dinner table. I will always remember your kindness to me. I will hold in my heart the last time I saw you at breakfast with my husband and Lisa. In my heart always, Al Andreini.
Love, Dianne
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