Angelo L. Ambrosini | Obituaries

Angelo L. Ambrosini BARRE – Angelo Lincoln Ambrosini, 96, of White Road, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021, at the Central Vermont Health care Center. Born on June 14, 1925, in Barre, he was the son of Angelo P. and Maria (Gargantini) Ambrosini. Angelo attended nearby elementary educational facilities and graduated from Spaulding Significant Faculty in 1943. On July 1, 1943, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy Officer/Pilot Training. He concluded the flight software at Pensacola, Florida, which competent him for provider landings in Navy planes which includes the SB2C Dive bomber. He was assigned to the Naval Air Station in Yonabaru, Okinawa, for a single calendar year. He was launched from active obligation on Dec. 31, 1947. Just after knee medical procedures in Hawaii, he returned to Barre. On his return to Barre, Angelo attended the Barre College of Memorial Art for 1 calendar year and then began work in the granite industry in 1949. He labored for Comolli and Organization, Houle-Giudici Firm, and Celestial Memorial Firm as a granite carver right up until his retirement in 1990. After retirement, Angelo was the caretaker of the Politi Qualities in Roxbury from 1998 to 2003. On April 30, 1949, he married Marie Alexander. Jointly he and Marie experienced 4 daughters, Cynthia, Lorraine, Louise, and Mary. Marie handed absent in Oct 1968. Angelo’s favorite pastimes included searching and fishing, which he was still equipped to do up right up until recent years. He also enjoyed mushrooming, paying time in the backyard with his critters, and cheering on his beloved Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. He was a quite experienced Mr. Deal with It and could create or mend just about everything. His memberships provided the Mutuo Inc., Knights of Columbus, American Legion, Barre Fish and Game Club, constitution member of the Checkpoint Looking Club, and St. Monica Catholic Church – where he was a lifetime usher. Angelo was associated in the restoration of the Outdated Labor Hall in Barre and in the early stages of the growth of the Vermont Granite Museum, also in Barre. Survivors incorporate his daughters Cynthia Ambrosini Corey and her former spouse, Richard Corey and Louise Hoermann and her spouse, Russ, all of Barre Sister of Mercy Lorraine Ambrosini of Burlington and Mary VanVeghten and her partner, Terry of East Calais his grandchildren Marie Muir and Christina Vagvolgyi and her partner, Matt his wonderful-grandchildren Wyatt Angelo Farr Ambrose Alexander and Lincoln Michael Vagvolgyi many nieces and nephews as very well as his dear and close good friend Joyce Wilcox. In addition to his dad and mom, and his stepfather John Girompini Sr., he was predeceased by his spouse Marie Ambrosini his sisters Aurora Atherton and Louisa Fuller and his brothers Avvenire Ambrosini and John Giropini, Jr. The Mass of Christian Burial to honor and rejoice his lifetime will be held on Thursday, Aug. 12, at 11 a.m. in the St. Monica Catholic Church in Barre. Pursuing the support, interment will acquire position in St. Monica Cemetery in Barre. Loved ones and buddies may simply call on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hooker Whitcomb Funeral Residence in Barre. For a memorial guestbook, take a look at www.hookerwhitcomb.com In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may perhaps be produced to the Previous Labor Corridor, c/o Barre Historical Culture, PO Box 496, Barre, VT 05641.