Humbert “Al” Maiocco

September 19, 1926 - February 7, 2021
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Maiocco1926~2021Humbert L. (AL) Maiocco passed away at home on Sunday, February 7th , surrounded by his family. Al was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 65 years, Mary Ann (Stackeni). He is survived by his children, Rick (Christine) and Linda (Jay McEntee), his grandchildren, Albert, Bobby, Joey and Tommy Maiocco, and Jimmy (Samantha),Continue Reading

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Brenda Eden left a message on February 20, 2021:
Grateful to have joined you virtually celebrating Al.
Rick, Chris, Linda, Jay and families, what a perfect celebration of a truly exemplary man. I joined Al in his food business at age 25, working for (with) him for 14 yrs till that business was sold. He truly "walked by faith". When business travel was over a weekend, we always attended Sunday mass, even in Cologne, Germany. I feel fortunate to have known and learned from Al. All who met him loved him; so, he'll be missed by many. I'm sure you'll continue sharing his wisdom, jokes and great memories. Peace be with all of you.
Annette Napier left a message on February 20, 2021:
Rick, Chris & Family, you are in my prayers. Al was a real gentleman, I
appreciated his kindness & my memories are good ones.

Richard Stiles left a message on February 13, 2021:
I worked with Al and his (at that time) future wife at Baldwin. We maintained that friendship until the present. When we all started work at Baldwin, Al was the one with a car, so he picked me up as well as Bob Moser, and Tom Finneran on his way to work daily. My wife and I along with the Allemans, Finnerans and Mosers managed to meet socially all through the years with Al and Mary. I am watching this funeral now, and wishing I had known in which church the funeral was held, so I could have celebrated Mass with you. I live close by, in the same house I lived in when Al and I left Baldwin in the 1950s. I can still picture Mary sitting at her desk on the fifth floor.
Joseph A. Waldenberger left a message on February 13, 2021:
watched the mass for Al, beautiful for a man who truly practiced his religion .. he will be missed not only by family but by everyone who came in contact with him .. REST IN PEACEE MY FRIEND
Robert Maiocco left a message on February 12, 2021:
Zio: Oh the memories!! You are an inspiration to all of us...a very loving and erudite man!.. Sundays at your moms..Gettysburg....Boca Grande .. La Selva.. yes indeed.. we had lots of fun..and so we carry on with thoughts of you always! Ciao
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Marco Ferrante left a message on February 12, 2021:
My deepest condolences to the rest of the family. You were a great man. You are with Mary now and you feel no more pain. May your soul rest in peace. Amen. Marco
Lynn Myers left a message on February 11, 2021:
I worked for Al from 1981 until his retirement and thereafter often spoke with him on the phone soliciting his wise business opinion. He was a man ahead of the times giving women growth opportunities in his business . I had many opportunities to be in business meetings with him and learned something each time. While I am thankful for the business knowledge he gave me I am most thankful that he was my friend. I will miss him greatly.
JW/JKH left a message on February 11, 2021:
My deepest sympathy to the Maiocco Family for the loss of your loved one, Humbert, "Al", and pray God gives you comfort, peace and strength.
Carolyn Sabatelli left a message on February 11, 2021:
You will be missed, Uncle Al, Tell Aunt Mary I miss her. Love you both, Carol
Danjolell Memorial Homes and Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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