Louis M. Alessandrini Jr.

Marcy, New York

Sep 4, 1931 – Aug 30, 2018 (Age 86)


Friday, September 4th 1931
Thursday, August 30th 2018
Birth Place
Poughkeepsie, New York
Job Title
used car manager
Tobin Oldsmobile,N. J. Curri Oldsmobile
Mary Lou Witte
Louis M. and Betty Poalinelli Alessandrini
Utica Free Academy,Utica College
Raymond,Beth Anne Strauss,Dorothy McPherson
Steven,Mary Beth Singaporewala,Susan Alessandrini-Boyle,David Alessandrini


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Louis M. Alessandrini, Jr. 1931 - 2018WHITESBORO - Louis M. Alessandrini, Jr., 86, of Marcy, NY, formerly of Whitesboro, NY, and Sarasota, FL, passed away unexpectedly on August 30, 2018.Lou was born September 4, 1931, in Poughkeepsie, NY, a son of the late Louis M. and Betty Poalinelli...

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Ray & Karen,
Just a few words of sympathy to you and
"Brother Lou,s" family. I,m sorry for your
loss.He was a great gentleman and fun person
to be around.
Rest in peace.

Tony Domanico

Alessandrini Family,

I was very sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved father, father-in-law, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend, Louis.

I have added you and your family to my daily prayer list. And, when I attend mass on Sunday, I will add you and your family to our parish book of prayers.

May our Good Lord watch over, bless, protect, comfort and console you and your family as you endure this difficult, trying and sad time in your...

I am very sorry for the loss of your dad my name is Stephen and I've had 22 years of talking to your dad since I've bought your house I know Mary Beth has stopped here and has seen it and I just put a big addition on the front of it and I hope that your dad got to see it He would always ask What are you doing to my house now it was a great pleasure to know him may he rest in

We met Lou about 11 years ago at The winds, in Florida and we were all surprised that Louie had been in Ruthie's cousin, Chucks wedding here in Mass. and later Chuck was Lou's best man, Small world, They had been in the service together and were lifetime friends. With that connection through the years Lou was a good friend to us, and everyone in the park,, a very sociable guy he sang in the Windy Warblers, shuffleboard, golf, good golfer, poker, dances and parties, allways one to...

RIP brother Knight.

We met in 1951 when the three of us were in the Air Force, and we have kept in touch every since. In the AF he went by the name Al. He was a good man and a good friend and will be missed. We were blessed to have spoken with Al the morning of his death. Jim & Nickie Spencer Johnson City, Texas

Ray, so sorry to learn of the passing of your brother. Please accept our deepest symphony and prayers.