Walter Azzari
October 5, 1928 - January 14, 2022
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Walter Azzari, 93, of Jackson, NJ, passed away Friday night, January 14, at Centra- State Hospital, as the result of complications due to a stroke. Walter was born and raised in the Bronx. He was a graduate of DeWitt Clinton High School. Following high school, he enlisted into the army to serve his country during …
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Gary Azzari left a message on January 19, 2022:
My dear Uncle Walter, Now that you are a citizen of heaven, you are at Peace with the Lord. I know you are sharing your love with all your siblings, your mother Enea, your father Ciro, all your brothers and sisters and friends that past away. Uncle Walter was my godfather when I was baptized in the Catholic Church. Since he lived in south NJ I didn't see him often but when I did see him at family reunions, picnics and at many BBQ's at Aunt Normas house we had a lot of laughs. Uncle Bobby told his jokes and funny stories when they were kids we all were amazed at the things that did. One fond memory I had with Uncle Walter and Uncle Almo was the trip we took to Vermont. He was so happy that he got to see his cousins at Lertola's Toyota car dealership. These cousins he hasn't seen in years. After a brief visit we went to the Vermont Marble Company where his father Ciro, his uncles and my father Hugo worked and toured the museum. He would listen, as I did, to the stories that Uncle Almo told us about the working conditions in the marble shop. We both learned a lot. Then I drove them to a nice restaurant and shared more stories and had a great dinner. Uncle Walter May you Rest in Peace with everyone in heaven. You will be missed. Love your nephew Gary.
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