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Thomas N. Alesandro
  • Passed away on November 29, 2022

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Thomas Neal Alesandro, age 76, died November 29th in Parrish Medical Center, Titusville, Florida with his loving wife of 51 years, Barbara, by his side.  He fought a short and hard battle with Pancreatic Cancer.

He was born in Somerville, New Jersey to the late Anna and Neal Alesandro.  He grew up in Flagtown, New Jersey.  He began his police career in 1972 with High Bridge Police Department.  Tom transferred in 1974 to Clinton Township Police Department, where he retired in 1999 as a Lieutenant.  He filled in his retirement for a short time driving a school bus for Laidlaw in Clinton Township.

In 2005, he and Barbara sold their Clinton Township home and started full-timing in their motorhome traveling throughout the beautiful United States.  In 2013, they retired their wheels for a home in Titusville, Florida.

Tom is survived by his wife Barbara; sister Patricia and her husband Lewis Van Glahn of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina; niece Laura Oliveira and her son, Austin, of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and cousins and friends.  He is survived by his faithful Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Angie, who misses him terribly.

In lieu of flowers, please make a check donation to:  SPCA of Brevard, 6035 Sisson Road, Titusville, Florida 32780 or an on-line donation at www.spcabrevard.com.


Instead of flowers, the family would prefer if you would make a donation to
SPCA of Brevard

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  1. Richard C Lacey lit a candle:
    20 Dec 2022
    Lit since December 20, 2022 at 12:53:35 PM

  2. Sandy Bathe says:
    19 Dec 2022
    I was just devastated to hear of Toms passing and so concerned for Barb and Angie. This is a very difficult time in life that you never get over and pray each day to just get through. Tom and Barb spent many days and years with me during our RV travels and there are so many memories of them; Laughter, stress, wonderful meals, and glasses of wine.
    I pray that the Angels surround Barb and give her the strength to daily get through this chapter in her life.
    Tom was an amazing man and friend.

  3. Pamela Schell lit a candle:
    18 Dec 2022
    Lit since December 18, 2022 at 12:48:35 PM

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    18 Dec 2022
    Lit since December 18, 2022 at 12:15:01 PM

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    18 Dec 2022
    Lit since December 18, 2022 at 12:00:29 PM

  8. Mike Exley says:
    18 Dec 2022
    I worked with Tom for 15 years in police work. He was a great friend and co worker. He will be missed.

  9. Robert Kovacs says:
    18 Dec 2022
    Sorry for your loss. Tommy was a good cop, supervisor and friend.

  10. Mike says:
    18 Dec 2022
    I grew up with Tom in Flagstown, N.J. There was an obverse family relationship between us which is difficult to describe, so I wouldn't!
    Tom and I spend quite a bit of time in the 60's 'roaming around together. He was always fun, a good friend an introduced me to would eventually be his bride, Barb! I lost touch with Tom and Barb only to happily regain it again through internet 10 or so years ago.
    I miss our 'internet chats' and hope to alway keep in contact with his lovely spouse! ....Blessings Barb!

  11. Rebecca Pearson says:
    16 Dec 2022
    Paul and I met Tom and Barb shortly after we moved to Titusville in 2013. We became the best of neighbors. There was nothing Tom wouldn’t have done for us and vice versa. Over the years we shared many great meals, lots of laughs and a great friendship. We miss him. Our deepest sympathy for Barb.

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