Peter R. Aloi

June 29, 1924 - November 11, 2020
Massapequa Funeral Home, South Chapel
4980 Merrick Road
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-882-8200 | Map
Sunday 11/15, 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Due to the current New York State restrictions in place, the funeral home has a limited capacity of 33% for visitors.  Please be aware that if the family has reached visitor capacity, family & friends who wish to visit may be requested to wait until the chapel has space to accommodate more visitors.

Holy Rood Cemetery
111 Old Country Rd.
Westbury, New York 11590
516-334-7990 | Map
Monday 11/16, 12:15 pm
St. Agnes R.C. Church (Brooklyn)
433 Sackett St.
Brooklyn, New York 11231
(718) 625-1717 | Map
Monday 11/16, 10:00 am
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Peter R. Aloi, 96, passed away peacefully on November 11, 2020.  Beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother and friend, Pete was a life-long resident of Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.  He is survived by his wife of 62 years Fanny, his children Barbara (Michael) and Peter (Susan) and his grandchildren Alyssa, Ashley and Alana.  Known for hisContinue Reading

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Peter Aloi left a message on November 11, 2021:
Dad, can’t believe it’s been a year. We miss you every day. Love you forever.
Carole Aloi Cummings left a message on November 16, 2020:
Miss you Uncle Pete - my heart breaks every time we lose one that gives us our fantastic heritage.
Leticia Aloi left a message on November 15, 2020:
Thinking of my family today as we say goodbye to my uncle and godfather Pete Aloi . SENDING LOVE ❤️ AND PRAYERS? I love ? you and will miss you much .RIP Leticia
Aniello/Arnold/Jakie/Butch/AKA JAB left a message on November 13, 2020:
When we were Kids we slept 4 in the bed; me ,Louie,Joey, and Pete. Pete was the last of my siblings who taught me at 17 how to drive on his 1941 Pontiac. We were on 2nd Ave.coming up to 9th Ave when the brakes failed. The brakes were down to the floor with just enough fluid in the brake line... Pete drove the car back home using the emergency break. One Saturday night when we were young, single, and I had no money, I borrowed a suit from brother Pete. I told my friends I had no money. When I put my hand in the suit watch pocket out came three $20 dollar bills. My friends did not believe the money was not mine. Pete would have killed me if I had spent it. Miss you brother.
Vivian Scarpati left a message on November 13, 2020:
My heartfelt condolences on your loss. My prayers are with the family. May he Rest In Peace in Gods Care.
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Tish left a message on November 13, 2020:
Uncle Pete, there are no words to truly express how much I love you … you are the greatest uncle and godfather a girl can ever have. I will always cherish our special bond .. we were 2 peas in a pod. Mommy and Aunt Fanny would make tease us because were so much alike … which I proudly acknowledge. I will miss seeing you every day … the hole in my heart is huge. With all my heart and deep in my soul you will always be with me. I love Uncle Pete -- Tish
Jean & James left a message on November 12, 2020:
Uncle Pete, you were the best uncle anyone could ever have. Your love and support, kindness and generosity was endless; and our love for you is endless.. you will forever be in our hearts. Every birthday, every holiday, every anniversary, every event in our lives you were there- family is forever ! We will love you forever and always... until we see each other again.
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