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Albert Padovano
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Condolence From: Vincent P. DeMarco
Condolence: To the Padovano Family,
My wife and I were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Al, with whom I worked at Torcon. He was a fine gentlemen who often spoke of his family. I will miss my good friend and Navy buddy and will remember fondly the frequent telephone conversations we shared since our respective retirements. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss.
Vincent and Rose DeMarco
Venice, Florida
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Jeff Allen
Condolence: Thinking of you guys during this difficult time. I enjoyed meeting everybody during his stay at Parker @ McCarrick. Peace.

Jeff Allen
Rehab Department.
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Bernadette Abbruzzese Thimons
Condolence: Padovano Family,

We are so sorry for the lost of your Dad.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
We loved you Al! R.I.P
Bernadette and family
Sunday March 18, 2018
Condolence From: Jim Baker
Condolence: Padavano Family,

As a friend of Al's, Diane and I are so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. Although we never met him, he sure has left behind an incredible family and his service to this incredible country is so greatly appreciated. I lost my dad last year, and I think about him every day. We know you will all miss him dearly but the memories will last forever.

Al--hugs my friend!

Jim and Diane
Sunday March 18, 2018
Condolence From: Dan and Cindy Padovano
Condolence: Our heartfelt condolences go out to my cousins and their families at the loss of Uncle Al.

Uncle Al was dear to Cindy and me. When we were married in 1976 in Utica, NY, he and Aunt Elaine made the long trip from NJ to Upstate to be there and they made sure Grandma and Grandpa Padovano could attend. For that we were most grateful.

During his early years as an engineer, Uncle Al spent some time working on housing projects at Hancock Air Field in Syracuse. So he always had interesting stories to tells us about his time here. That was a common link that never failed to put smiles on our faces.

I think he really liked Cindy. Maybe that's because she was a nurse like Aunt Elaine and cousin Elena. When ever he saw her he'd hand her one of his pieces of framed art work, miniature winter scenes (he knew we could relate to all that snow.) So we have three of those miniature scenes always on display in our living room.

We surely will miss the guy who always left us smiling.

-- cousin Dan
Sunday March 18, 2018