Brevetti, Albert C. GUILDERLAND Albert Carl Brevetti, born November 3, 1927 passed away February 2, 2014. Albert C. Brevetti, AIA, was a retired registered architect, born in Brooklyn, the youngest of eight children born to Angelina and Antonio Brevetti. All his brothers and sisters predeceased him. He graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1952 with a bachelor of architecture and science degree. He began his architectural career working in Manhattan for Chapman, Evans and Delehanty. While there, he took a leave of absence and spent three months in Spain as assistant superintendent of construction at a radar station. After 32 years, Albert retired in 1990 as NYS Capitol architect. He was formerly director of design, Office of General Services (State Architects Office). He served in the U.S. Navy from 1946- 1948. Albert was president of the Easter NY Chapter, AIA, from 1965 - 1967. In 1990, he received the James William Kideney Award and Gold Medal from the NYS Association of Architects in recognition of a lifetime of dedication and leadership and notable contribution to the profession. Albert was past president of the Guilderland Free Library for many years, and presently trustee emeritus on the Guilderland Library Board. Albert was involved for many years in the Guilderland League of Arts and was on the committee forming the Guilderland Performing Arts Center in Tawasentha Park. As an early resident of Guilderland, Al served on the Planning and Zoning Boards and on the committee to build a new town hall. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Marion; nephew, Ronald (Linda) Pagano and niece, Judy (Richard) Roman, all of Guilderland and many loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews living in various parts of the country and overseas. Family and friends are invited to call at DeMarco Stone Funeral Home, 5216 Western Turnpike, Guilderland on Thursday, February 6, 2014 from 6 to 9 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 7, 2014 at St Madeliene's Sophie Church, Rotterdam. Interment at Memory Gardens, Colonie.
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Published in Albany Times Union on Feb. 5, 2014