Albert Quadrini
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Obituary of Albert V. Quadrini

Albert V (Gee) Quadrini age 83 of Jamesville, NY died peacefully on February 14, 2014 after a long illness with Parkinson. He was born in Syracuse NY, the eldest son of Pasquale and Luigia Quadrini. In 1948, Al graduated from Jamesville High School and attended Syracuse University prior to joining the United States Navy during the Korean War until 1954. He was the owner and operator of Quadrini Excavating and Grading Company and later formed Quadrini Building Company which included the creation of Alfran Acres and Jenal Estates. He finished his career with Syracuse University as the Operations Manager of the Carrier Dome which opened in 1980 and he retired in 1992. Al is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 56 years, Jean Larrabee Quadrini and by his two daughters; Lisa Quadrini of Wilmington, DE and Lauri (Thomas) Gerhardt of Cazenovia, NY, a son Gregg (Amy) Quadrini of North Kingstown, RI, and four grandchildren: Taylor Gerhardt, Riley Gerhardt, Mia Quadrini and Ava Quadrini. Al is also survived by his sisters; Rita Bjork, Gloria Quadrini, his brother Patsy Quadrini, nieces and nephews. He was a past President of Jamesville Optimist, member of the Jamesville Fire Department and Commander of the Jamesville VFW Post. Al was actively involved with the Rolling Hills Little League in Jamesville as well as the historical preservation of Jamesville. Al was a member of Holy Cross Church, DeWitt. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and aides of the Iroquois Home for their kind, caring, and devoted services. A private service will be celebrated with his immediate family and burial will in the spring at Jamesville Walnut Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Jamesville Community Museum, PO Box 76, Jamesville NY, 13078 or Iroquois Nursing home, 4600 Southwood Heights Drive, Jamesville, NY 13078. Arrangements are being handled by Fairchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel. For condolences to the family please go to
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