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Aldo Morone

Aldo David Morone

Saturday, March 3rd, 1923 - Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
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Obituary

Morone, Aldo David, 96 of Silver Springs, Florida formerly of Hasbrouck Heights, passed away November 20, 2019. He was born March 3, 1923 in San Lorenzello, Naples, Italy to Victoria De Santo Morone and Phillip Morone both of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Aldo was predeceased by a Ex- Wife, Anna; Son, Allan; Brothers, Larry, Albert, Alfred and Ernie; Brother-In-Law, Tom Gatto and Nephews, Phillip and Edward Armand.

He is survived by Brother, Armand (Joan); Brother-In-Law, Charles Gatto; Son, Robert (Nancy), Linda (Ronald) and Carole Klym and Ex-Wife Sandy; Grandfather to Christina, Kimberley and Rebecca; Great Grandfather to Madison, Landon, Brandon, Ella and Tyler; Special Friend to Lauren Owen, Kathy Trapp, Margie Schiavino; Nephews, Douglas Morone and Tommy Gatto,; a host of nieces and nephews along with his cat, Sally and “ Bird Cockatiel”.

Upon graduation at Sacred Heart High School in 1942, Aldo proudly served as Staff SGT in “The Rock”. As the Armys First 503RD Airborne Parachute Infantry in the Phillipines and Corregidor he was a Rifleman in company “F” 196th Battalion. Aldo was awarded the American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Purple Heart and The Phillipine Liberation Ribbon.

Aldo was employed by the Central Railroad of New Jersey. He was a dispatcher to Werner Enterprises formerly Continental Transportation Lines Newark, NJ Bruno D'Elia, Hackensack, NJ and various successful business ventures.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 | 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Location
    Good Shepherd Memorial Gardens
    Address
    5050 SW 20th Street
    OCALA, FL 34474
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  • Service

    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 | 2:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 2:00pm
    Location
    Good Shepherd Mausoleum Chapel
    Address
    5050 SW 20th Street
    OCALA, FL 34474
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  • Interment

    Location
    Good Shepherd Memorial Gardens
    Address
    5050 SW 20th Street
    OCALA, FL 34474
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Thomas D. Gatto

Posted at 04:29pm
Although my Uncle Al was divorced from my Aunt Anna, we remained close and in touch over the years. I got to visit him in Florida several times and would speak by phone on a monthly basis. Al, was a great man. He was a decorated hero of WWII. He was definitely an "Old School" type of man and that's what I loved and respected about him. For 96 years, he was a very self-sufficient man and did things his way. He always spoke of my father, Tommy senior, as his closest friend. He spoke of love and admiration of my Dad, that always made me smile. I will truly miss my Uncle Al and our conversations. He was my true connection to that side of my family. God rest your soul, Uncle Al. I'm sure you and my Dad are catching up about all the years that have gone by. Rest in peace.
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Christina Smith

Posted at 01:32am
Grandpa wish I had the chance to see you one more time. I have fond memories of my visit with you when I was 16 & Allen was 4 years old. With Love, Crissy
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