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Adolph Fazio Obituary
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December 07, 2016

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December 07, 2016

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May 16, 2016
My Dad's name was Bill Lenihan. He was an appraiser and was honored to be entrusted with this responsibility on many occasions on behalf of Mr. Fazio. Dad said there was no finer, more honest, or kinder gentleman he had ever known. He had great respect for Mr. Fazio.
May 16, 2016
April 8, 2005
Adolph was the best friend I ever had. He treated me kindly as well as treating my children as if they were his own. For the 13yrs. we were together he was always there with a listening ear and alot of advise. He blessed my children and I when he took us out of our old neighborhood and brought us to his. He was very sympathetic to people who were less fortunate and he truly enjoyed traveling with us. My children and I miss him greatly and will never forget all of our outings.
May 9, 2004
My friend, Adolph, walked in an aura of love. Those of us who knew and loved him, were so blessed. Adolph wrapped each of us in that aura and shared so much of himself. He was generous with his wisdom, his kindness, his thoughtfulness, his humor and his love.
Our families have been friends for as long as I can remember. And from my earliest memory, I can hear his laughter and feel his joy.
To me, he was father, brother and sometimes son. He would scold me for being conservative. “ You need to buy land “ he told me over and over. I wish I had listened more closely and sooner. If I needed anything, like help understanding why my car was acting the way it was, he knew the answer and the solution. I would fuss at him over his diet and his lack of enthusiasm for exercise. Like all of you, I will miss my dear friend, so much.
Adolph was a man of so many talents and accomplishments. But his greatest pride was in his family. Gene, Barbara and Randy were his life. He loved them so deeply and so unconditionally. Like them, his sisters and his brothers knew his love and pride. His family was his number one priority. And still, he had so much love to share with us. He made our lives so rich and so full.
For 91 wonderful years, he was a star on earth and he is a very real and radiant star in our heaven now. Adolph will never leave us as each of us hold too much of him in our minds and in our hearts. He will always hold us in his arms and warm us with his aura.
To you, Gene, Barbara, Randy, Elenore, Jeanette, Steve, Lou, Gene, and your families, Mary and I give our love and gratitude for being part of your lives. I know I speak for everyone here.
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