Anthony D’Alberto Obituary, Anthony D’Alberto Has Passed Away – Death Cause
Anthony D’Alberto Obituary, Death – I am writing this post to share the sad news that another classmate, Anthony D’Alberto, has passed away. I ask that you continue to pray for him and his family. His obituary makes the mistake of saying that he was a graduate of the class of 1969. Thank you, God. Anthony L. D’Alberto, 71 years old, of Berwick, passed away suddenly at his home on Tuesday, March 28, 2023. His death was unexpected.
He was the son of Joseph L. and Anna M. (Ciocci) D’Alberto, both of whom passed away, and was born in Berwick on July 13, 1951. After completing his high school education at Berwick High School in 1969, he went on to earn his business degree from Wilkes-Barre Business School. 1966 was the year that he first started working at the Fulton Lamp Factory, and his first job was in the maintenance department. After obtaining his commercial driver’s license in 1978, he began working as a truck driver for Gold Star, where he remained until 1985, when he began hauling goods for Wise Potato Chips.
In 2018, he took his retirement from Walmart, where he had worked as a driver for 13 years. He was honored with the 5-million-mile award for his safe driving over the course of his career. Anthony was a long-time social member of the West Berwick Hose Co. 1, in addition to being a member of Grace Lutheran Church, which is located in Berwick. Baseball was his passion, and the New York Yankees were his team of choice. He was well knowledgeable about history and particularly enjoyed reading books that were focused on the Second World War.
His time spent with his loved ones, including family and friends, brought him the most happiness. His wife of 48 years, Janice K. (Kishbaugh) D’Alberto, his son Christopher Farr and his wife Caroline of Lightstreet, his daughter Carmella Leffler and her husband Jarrett of Mifflinville, and his grandsons Cameron Farr and his wife Jessica and Carson Farr will miss him tremendously. In addition, he is survived by his brother, Nicholas D’Alberto, who lives in Moosic; his sister, Annette McHugh, who lives in West Pittston with her husband Michael; a large number of nieces and nephews, relatives, extended family members, and friends; and his parents. Not only did he not outlive his parents, but also his sister, Marie Babula, who passed away before him.