Alfred Paloscio on February 19th at the age of 96 is now in eternal rest…
He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II on the USS Texas. Upon completion of his tenure in the United States Military her worked in his youth for the railroad, then became a contractor specializing in roofing. Some of his notable accomplishments in his career were being part of the crews that built the Twin Towers that we lost in the unfortunate events of 2001, as well as many of the skylines you see today in N.Y.C, and many still existing in the Bronx Zoo.
He retired as a general contractor but continued doing what he loved after he retired. He was an amazing artist with unbelievable talent and attention to detail.
He loved his family, more than words can say. His wife Josephine and his children Patricia, Michael, Joanne, Kathy and Suzanne; on top of all his grand and great grandchildren, all his siblings and extended family. He was always a positive influence on us all and was always there no matter what.
He persevered through many challenges throughout his life on top of the devastating loss of his wife, our mother Josephine in 1993, as well as the loss of his son Michael in 2020. He was truly a warrior and still strived forward no matter what was in his path.
He was passionate about his heritage and religious beliefs. He was the biggest advocate and supporter of Mount Carmel Church in Elmsford, NY which is where his services will be held. He will be place in the mausoleum at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, NY. Placed alongside his wife. Reunited after 29 years.
The legacy he leaves will never be forgotten and will continue to live on in all of us.
Virtual Service Link: http://webcast.funeralvue.com/events/viewer/69785