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Albert E. Pikosky Jr.
  • Passed away on July 03, 2022

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Albert E. Pikosky Jr., 75, of Edgewater, Florida, passed away peacefully on July 3rd, 2022 at Halifax Hospice, surrounded by the love and support of his family, friends, and hospice staff.

He was born in New Haven, Connecticut on September 29th, 1946 to Albert and Mary Pikosky. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War as a company clerk. “Big Al” was a proud member of I.B.E.W. Local 90 in New Haven, Connecticut for many years where he enjoyed working and joking with his union brothers.

His passion was collecting, repairing, and cruising in every type of vehicle imaginable. However, he was most proud of his children, Christopher and Rebekah Pikosky, Matthew and Melanie Pikosky, Nicole and Scott Redmond, and his grandchildren, Jacob, Taylor, Jackson, and Maya. He is survived by his sister Kathy Pikosky.

Albert will be greatly missed by his wife, partner, and best friend of 50 years, Anita DePalma Pikosky. Donations may be made, in Albert’s memory, to The Alzheimer’s Association or Wounded Warriors.

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  1. Bob and Lu o’Keefe lit a candle:
    01 Aug 2022
    Lit since August 1, 2022 at 8:08:50 AM

  2. Lynn & Chip Knapp says:
    27 Jul 2022
    Dear Anita and family

    We are so very sorry for the passing of your husband Al.

    Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time!

    May your husband rest in peace

    Sincerely, Cousins Lynn and Chip Knapp

  3. John Evershed lit a candle:
    25 Jul 2022
    Lit since July 25, 2022 at 7:45:14 PM

  4. Barbara Evershed lit a candle:
    25 Jul 2022
    Lit since July 25, 2022 at 7:43:51 PM

  5. Barbara Tate says:
    25 Jul 2022
    Thoughts and prayers for the Pikosky family. Albert is at peace.

  6. Paula Grippo says:
    25 Jul 2022
    Anita Pete and I are so very sorry to hear about Al passing away…we had good times with him and a lot of laughs many wonderful memories ..may he Rest In Peace and may God comfort you through this difficult time in life.. with sincere sympathy Peter and Paula Grippo

  7. jenean s chavey says:
    23 Jul 2022
    Rest in Paradise dear friend, Blessings to Anita and the family during this difficult time!!

  8. jenean s chavey lit a candle:
    23 Jul 2022
    Lit since July 23, 2022 at 7:00:01 AM

  9. Michael Piersanti says:
    22 Jul 2022
    I remember working for Al a few times in my carrier in Local 90. His personality made him unforgettable. But what stood out the most to me was his understanding and respect he had for myself and everyone else. My condolences and prayers to Anita and the entire Pikosky family. He will be sorely missed.

  10. Tim and Danielle Moore says:
    22 Jul 2022
    Rest in Peace, our condolences to Anita and the Pikosky family.

  11. Michael & Barbara Lombardi says:
    21 Jul 2022
    Very sorry to hear the news. Barb and I will keep you in our prayers.

  12. Sal DePino says:
    21 Jul 2022
    My Sympathy and Condolences,...... Anita to you and your Family.
    I knew Albert my whole career with LO#90 and we had many laughs together.
    Rest in Peace My Brother,........ You will be missed !!

    Sal DePino

  13. JAMES SCHROTH says:
    21 Jul 2022
    Worked with Al on Unit III , and he was good brother to work with! My thoughts and prayers to Al's Family!

  14. Gail Rosenthal says:
    21 Jul 2022
    We are so sorry to hear about your husband’s passing! Sending our love!
    Mickey and Gail (Vanacore) Rosenthal

  15. JOhn Berry says:
    21 Jul 2022
    I was an apprentice for Al and other journeyman on a 2nd shift project in Meriden and he was one of the most knowledgeable and caring person I have met to this day. He was able to allow his workers to do what they do best without much interference, but don't mess around as Al would "remind" you that we had a good thing going there and the work needed to be completed safely and on schedule.

    The "good thing" I mentioned was Al buying lunch for the crew if all went well and provide the men with longer breaks because of the humidity we had to endure on those Summer months.

    I will miss you Mr. Pikosky and may I be so lucky to see you on the other side!

  16. Gene Ruocco says:
    21 Jul 2022
    Rest In Peace Albert . Condolences to Albert’s family
    Gene & Lois Ruocco

  17. Gene Ruocco says:
    21 Jul 2022
    Rest In Peace Albert . Condolences to Alberts family .
    Gene & Lois Ruocco

  18. Susan Lombardi Anthony says:
    20 Jul 2022
    "What was once
    enjoyed and deeply!
    We can never lose,
    For all that we love deeply
    becomes part of us.
    Helen Keller


    Thinking and praying for you and your children at this most difficult time. Although a very long time ago, I remember Al as a very kind and gentle man. My heart is broken for you.
    Cousin Sue (Susan Lombardi Anthony)

  19. Thomas Vanacore says:
    19 Jul 2022
    Hello Anita,I'm very sorry about the passing of your husband. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

  20. John DeRosa says:
    19 Jul 2022
    Our Sympathy & Condolences to All the Pikosky Family. May the Lord Bless You During this Most Difficult Time! Albert was my Best Friend, Best Man, & Brother and We’ll All Miss Him. It has been an Honor & Privilege to have known him for over 50 yrs. My children still call him Uncle Albert! Rest In Peace my Brother!!
    Till We Meet Again,

  21. Judy and David Richards says:
    19 Jul 2022
    Anita and family

    So very sorry for the passing of your husband Al.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time!

    Sincerely, Cousins Judy and David Richards

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