Albert-Cawley-Obituary

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Albert Cawley

West Springfield, Massachusetts

Oct 5, 1950 – Jun 28, 2020

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October 5, 1950
DIED
June 28, 2020
LOCATION
West Springfield, Massachusetts

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Curran-Jones Funeral Home - West Springfield Obituary

Albert Cawley, 69, died Sunday June 28th at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. He was born October 5, 1950 in Springfield, son of the late Bernard and Prudence (St. Martin) Cawley. He grew up in Feeding Hills and graduated from Agawam High School in 1968 before moving on to attending Holyoke Community College. Al worked as a bank manager for the Pioneer Valley Credit Union, Albank and Ludlow Savings Bank. He leaves his sister Denise Rock and her husband Richard of Springfield, his brother Kevin Cawley and his wife Sharon of Henderson, NV, his godson John Graham of Feeding Hills, best friends Angie and Bernie and family and three nieces Lisa, Jennifer and Christel. Calling hours for Albert will be Thursday July 2nd from 10:00 am to 11:30 am at the Agawam Curran-Jones Funeral Home. Private burial in St. Thomas Cemetery. For more information or to make online condolences please go to curranjones.com.

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Always a kind soul with a gentle smile. Thank you for bringing so much love to my aunt and uncle and all the kids Albert. God speed may angels hold you for eternity.

uncle al , u are heart . Im gonna miss you and u will always be on my mind . I remember all the good times we had... always said to me your always my little girl no matter how big you get and please behave I love you uncle al !

Albert , deeply loved and sadly missed . Many loyal friends. Teacher to many of us with his great wisdom, vast knowledge and memory that was second to none. RIP Albert. Autokraft wont be the same without you, we will cherish and speak of you forever.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I met Al through Angie and Bernie. He was John's Godfather and I am his Godmother. We spent many times having coffee and tea at Angies table joking around telling stories and enjoying each other's company. Parties, cookouts, none will be the same without you. He was well loved and will be missed by all who knew him.

Fly high with the angels my friend my life will never be the same with out you here. Thank you for all the good times and all the times we went to the White Mountains they were some great times . Thank you for always being there for me I could talk to you about anything and always told me things will be ok. I will miss our coffee times at night and watching tv it won't be the same.All the Christmases and Thanksgiving and birthday parties we always had a good time.And I was blessed to have...

May the good memories and stories of you bring comfort to those you leave behind. My condolences to the family and most special to Angie and Bernie. I remember you guys always close since I started banking in 1981. He loved you guys. Stay strong!

R.I.P. Uncle Al. Family get-togethers won't be the same without you. You'll be missed.

Uncle Al -you are and will always be the biggest jokester, the most caring and loving person. Im so happy we got to spend Christmas with you. Your laugh will be never be forgotten and your jokes while missed will be remembered for all of time. While my heart is broken the Lord will mend our broken hearts and bring us joy just as he has brought you peace. May your soul rest easy and eternally. We love you and until we see you again.

Fly high Uncle Al. I will miss you dearly. Thank you for the memories, tag saling, going to New Hampshire to Hampton Beach, lake George, Christmas, Thanksgiving, joking around with mom in the kitchen. Have voicemails from you still so I can hear your voice anytime. Love you RIP.