Alfred Caraveo

Alameda, California

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Al was a great friend at the ballpark.
My condolences to the Caraveo family.

I was privileged to work with Al since 2001 at the Coliseum. he taught me how to have fun on the job, and he made it fun for me to go to work. He will be missed greatly by his friends, his regulars at 117/118, his coworkers. Till we meet again my friend...

R.I.P, old neighbor and friend.. Fred.

With deepest sympathy and fond memories of Al at the Coliseum. It was always to chat with him at the ballgames. Keeping you in my prayers.

I met Al shortly after he began working at the Coliseum. He was so professional at his job, yet so friendly and accommodating. I sat in his section for several years. Please know that he is missed by many, many A's fans.

Al, it was a pleasure working with you down on the lower cross aisle through the years. Your fans will miss you as well as all of us here at the Coliseum. You were an asset to the organization and will be sorely missed. My heartfelt condolences to the entire Caraveo family.


Alfred's Obituary

Alfred "Fred" CaraveoMay 30, 1939July 1, 2013Resident of AlamedaBorn in Oakland, CA on May 30 1939 to the late John & Amanda Caraveo, Fred passed away at home with his family by his side on July 1, 2013. Fred is survived by his wife of 51 years Jessie Caraveo, daughter Renee Caraveo...

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